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  1.  64
    Categorical Versus Graded Beliefs.Franz Dietrich - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 18.
    This essay discusses the difficulty to reconcile two paradigms about beliefs: the binary or categorical paradigm of yes/no beliefs and the probabilistic paradigm of degrees of belief. The possibility for someone to hold both types of belief simultaneously is challenged by the lottery paradox, and more recently by a general impossibility theorem by Dietrich and List (2018, 2021). The nature, relevance, and implications of the tension are explained and assessed.
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  2. Prevalence and Risk Factors of Burnout Among Female Oncologists From the Middle East and North Africa.Atlal Abusanad, Assia Bensalem, Emad Shash, Layth Mula-Hussain, Zineb Benbrahim, Sami Khatib, Nafisa Abdelhafiz, Jawaher Ansari, Hoda Jradi, Khaled Alkattan & Abdul Rahman Jazieh - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundBurnout is a recognized challenge among the oncology workforce. It affects both genders with a higher frequency among women. This study examined the factors contributing to the development of burnout among female oncologists from the Middle East and North Africa.MethodsAn online cross-sectional survey was distributed to oncology professionals from different countries in the MENA region. The validated Maslach Burnout Inventory of emotional exhaustion, Depersonalization, and Personal Achievement plus questions about demography/work-related factors and attitudes toward oncology were included. Data were analyzed (...)
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  3. Current State and Future Directions of Technologies for Music Instrument Pedagogy.Alberto Acquilino & Gary Scavone - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Technological advances over the past 50 years or so have resulted in the development of a succession of hardware and software systems intended to improve the quality and effectiveness of Western music instrument pedagogy during classroom instruction or individual study. These systems have aimed to provide evaluation or visualization of single or combined technical aspects by analyzing performance data collected in real time or offline. The number of such educational technologies shows an ever-increasing trend over time, aided by the wide (...)
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    Habituation and Dishabituation in Motor Behavior: Experiment and Neural Dynamic Model.Sophie Aerdker, Jing Feng & Gregor Schöner - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Does motor behavior early in development have the same signatures of habituation, dishabituation, and Spencer-Thompson dishabituation known from infant perception and cognition? And do these signatures explain the choice preferences in A not B motor decision tasks? We provide new empirical evidence that gives an affirmative answer to the first question together with a unified neural dynamic model that gives an affirmative answer to the second question.In the perceptual and cognitive domains, habituation is the weakening of an orientation response to (...)
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  5. Investigating Cognitive Load in Energy Network Control Rooms: Recommendations for Future Designs.Umair Afzal, Arnaud Prouzeau, Lee Lawrence, Tim Dwyer, Saikiranrao Bichinepally, Ariel Liebman & Sarah Goodwin - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study analyzed and explored the cognitive load of Australian energy market operators managing one of the longest inter-connected electrical networks in the world. Each operator uses a workstation with seven screens in an active control room environment, with a large coordination screen to show information and enable collaboration between different control centers. Cognitive load was assessed during both training scenarios and regular control room operations via the integration of subjective and physiological measures. Eye-tracking glasses were also used to analyze (...)
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  6. Editorial: Positive and Negative Psychosocial Outcomes of the “Dark” Personality Traits.Naser Aghababaei, Erin M. Lefdahl-Davis & Agata Błachnio - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  7. Sensory Experiences and Children With Severe Disabilities: Impacts on Learning.Susan Agostine, Karen Erickson & Charna D’Ardenne - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The human sensory system is continuously engaged in experiencing and interpreting every interaction with other living beings, objects, and the environment. The purpose of this article is to describe the impact limited opportunities for rich sensory experiences have on students with severe disabilities in two middle school classrooms situated in a public separate school in the southeastern USA. The study employed a postcritical ethnographic approach and grounded theory thematic analysis of fieldnotes gathered over a two-year period. Three major themes supported (...)
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  8. Previous Experience Seems Crucial to Eliminate the Sex Gap in Geometry Learning When Solving a Navigation Task in Rats.Alejandra Aguilar-Latorre, Víctor Romera-Nicolás, Elisabet Gimeno & V. D. Chamizo - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    There is much evidence, both in humans and rodents, that while navigating males tend to use geometric information whereas females rely more on landmarks. The present work attempts to alter the geometry bias in female rats. In Experiment 1 three groups of female rats were trained in a triangular-shaped pool to find a hidden platform, whose location was defined in terms of two sources of information, a landmark outside the pool and a particular corner of the pool. On a subsequent (...)
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  9. Associations Between Severity of Depression, Lifestyle Patterns, and Personal Factors Related to Health Behavior: Secondary Data Analysis From a Randomized Controlled Trial.Alejandra Aguilar-Latorre, Maria J. Serrano-Ripoll, Bárbara Oliván-Blázquez, Elena Gervilla & Capilla Navarro - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundDepression is a prevalent condition that has a significant impact on psychosocial functioning and quality of life. The onset and persistence of depression have been linked to a variety of biological and psychosocial variables. Many of these variables are associated with specific lifestyle characteristics, such as physical activity, diet, and sleep patterns. Some psychosocial determinants have an impact on people’ health-related behavior change. These include personal factors such as sense of coherence, patient activation, health literacy, self-efficacy, and procrastination. This study (...)
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  10. Editorial: Socio-Emotional and Educational Variables in Developmental Language Disorder.Eva Aguilar-Mediavilla, Richard O'Kearney, Daniel Adrover-Roig, Gabriela Simon-Cereijido & Lucía Buil-Legaz - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  11. The Wounded Lion – Ageism and Masculinity in the Israeli Film Industry.Shlomit Aharoni Lir & Liat Ayalon - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    One of the intriguing issues connected to power relations in the world of cinema that has yet to be adequately explored is what has happened over the years concerning the dominance and privilege of masculinity as signifying preferred social status. This qualitative study explores this subject based on transcribed semi-structured interviews with 13 award-winning Israeli directors over the age of 55. The research examines two questions: How has the film industry changed its relation to leading, award-winning film directors as they (...)
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  12. Fostering the Environmental Performance of Hotels in Pakistan: A Moderated Mediation Approach From the Perspective of Corporate Social Responsibility.Bilal Ahmed, Hongming Xie, Malik Zia-Ud-Din, Muhammad Zaheer, Naveed Ahmad & Manman Guo - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The Islamic Republic of Pakistan has been a mere victim of climate change in recent years. The country needs emergency measures at every level to mitigate environmental dilapidation. The role of enterprises in the country’s environmental efforts is critical. In this regard, the hotel sector is known for its outsized carbon footprint. Knowing this, the current study aims to improve a hotel enterprise’s environmental performance as an outcome of corporate social responsibility. The study also considers the mediating role of pro-environmental (...)
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  13. The Relationship Between Internal Employer Branding and Talent Retention: A Theoretical Investigation for the Development of a Conceptual Framework.Rizwan Raheem Ahmed, Muhammad Azam, Jawaid Ahmed Qureshi, Alharthi Rami Hashem E., Vishnu Parmar & Nor Zafar Md Salleh - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The focus of this paper is to develop a comprehensive conceptual framework for the relationship between internal employer brand image and talent retention. An extensive and semi-systematic literature review identified a number of antecedents and consequences that have been empirically tested in various cutting-edge research studies that were conducted around the world. The existing literature is reviewed using a topical approach, and 66 research studies, most recent from various repositories, were carefully chosen and reviewed based on the criteria. Such studies (...)
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  14. Internalizing and Externalizing Symptoms in Adolescents With and Without Experiences of Physical Parental Violence, a Latent Profile Analysis on Violence Resilience.Dilan Aksoy, Céline A. Favre, Clarissa Janousch & Beyhan Ertanir - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Questionnaire data from a cross-sectional study on social resilience in adolescence, with a sample of N = 1,974 Swiss seventh grade high school students ages 12–14 was used to identify and compare violence resilience profiles. Person-centered latent profile analysis was applied and allowed for the grouping of adolescents into profiles of internalizing and externalizing symptoms and differentiation of adolescents with and without physical parental violence experiences. Subsequently, a multinomial logistic regression analysis was conducted to further investigate the sociodemographic predictors of (...)
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  15. The Antecedents and Consequences of Workaholism: Findings From the Modern Japanese Labor Market.Satoshi Akutsu, Fumiaki Katsumura & Shohei Yamamoto - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The present study examined the direct and indirect relationships between competitive work environments and subjective unhealthiness. It also examined the effects of adjusting for cognitive distortions in the relationship between a competitive work environment and subjective unhealthiness and between a competitive work environment and workaholism. Data were collected from 9,716 workers in various industries, occupations, and positions. The results show that competitive work environments were positively related to subjective unhealthiness, both directly and through workaholism. Furthermore, cognitive distortions moderated the positive (...)
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  16. The Mediating Effect of Innovation in Between Strategic Orientation and Enterprise Performance: Evidence From Malaysian Manufacturing Small-to-Medium-Sized Enterprises.Abdullah Al Mamun, Naeem Hayat, Syed Ali Fazal, Anas A. Salameh, Noor Raihani Zainol & Zafir Khan Mohamed Makhbul - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Strategic orientation and innovation are vital determinants for accelerating the performance of small-to-medium-sized enterprises. However, there is a lack of empirical evidence confirming the innovation at the product and process levels that instigated the SMEs’ performance. Moreover, the mediating effect of process and product innovation can play a significant role in strategic orientation and manufacturing SMEs’ performance. In this respect, this study aims to examine the mediating effect of product and process innovation between strategic orientation and the performance of Malaysian (...)
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    Working Memory and Transcranial-Alternating Current Stimulation—State of the Art: Findings, Missing, and Challenges.Wiam Al Qasem, Mohammed Abubaker & Eugen Kvašňák - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Working memory is a cognitive process that involves maintaining and manipulating information for a short period of time. WM is central to many cognitive processes and declines rapidly with age. Deficits in WM are seen in older adults and in patients with dementia, schizophrenia, major depression, mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer’s disease, etc. The frontal, parietal, and occipital cortices are significantly involved in WM processing and all brain oscillations are implicated in tackling WM tasks, particularly theta and gamma bands. The theta/gamma (...)
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  18. Prevalence of Bullying Behaviors Among Students From a National University in the United Arab Emirates: A Cross-Sectional Study.Fatima Al-Darmaki, Haleama Al Sabbah & Dalia Haroun - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundThis study aims to investigate bullying behaviors among college students at one of the national universities in UAE, and also to examine the psychological characteristics of those who were exposed to, or have experienced bullying.MethodsA cross-sectional study was conducted on 839 undergraduate students at one of the national universities in the UAE. Students from all colleges participated in this study and were selected by using stratified random sampling. Participants completed a bullying survey designed for the study, in addition to three (...)
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  19. Combined’ Neck/Back Pain and Psychological Distress/Morbidity Among the Saudi Population: A Cross-Sectional Study.Sameer Al-Ghamdi, Mamdouh M. Shubair, Khadijah Angawi, Jamaan Al-Zahrani, Abdulrahman Ali M. Khormi, Reem Falah Alshammari, Nawaf Safaq Alshammari, Raed Aldahash, Bander Yahya Otayf, Hayat Saleh Al-Zahrani, Manayir Sultan Aleshaiwi & Khaled K. Aldossari - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundPsychological distress/morbidity is amongst the primary reason for the cause of pain at multiple sites, its progression, and recovery. Though still not very clear if physical pain in the neck or the back may predict psychological morbidities or not. Thus, we investigated the association between combined neck or back pain and psychological distress/morbidity.MethodsA cross-sectional study was conducted in Al-Kharj, Saudi Arabia, including 1,003 individuals. The questionnaire comprised of General Health Questionnaire-12 and some questions about neck and back pain. Data analysis (...)
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  20. Characterizing Early Changes in Quality of Life in Young Women With Breast Cancer.Hend M. Al-Kaylani, Bradley T. Loeffler, Sarah L. Mott, Melissa Curry, Sneha Phadke & Ellen van der Plas - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    IntroductionYounger age at diagnosis is a risk factor for poor health-related quality of life in long-term breast cancer survivors. However, few studies have specifically addressed HRQOL in young adults with breast cancer, nor have early changes in HRQOL been fully characterized.MethodsEligible female patients with breast cancer were identified through our local cancer center. To establish HRQOL, patients completed the Functional Assessment of Cancer Therapy-Breast around diagnosis and 12 months later. Sociodemographic factors, genetic susceptibility to cancer, tumor- and treatment-related factors, and (...)
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  21. Assessment of Fear of Failure Among Medical Students at King Saud University.Abeer Alabduljabbar, Lyan Almana, Alanoud Almansour, Aljoharah Alshunaifi, Nada Alobaid, Norah Alothaim & Shaffi Ahamed Shaik - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundFear of failure is described as a “dispositional tendency to avoid failure in achievement settings.” It may potentially and adversely affect students’ ability to perform well in their educational activities.ObjectivesTo measure FoF among medical students at King Saud University, FoF between men and women, academic levels, grade point average, and other factors among medical students were compared.MethodA cross-sectional observational study was carried out using a stratified random sampling method. A total of 455 medical students completed “the Performance Failure Appraisal Inventory” (...)
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    Let's Buy With Social Commerce Platforms Through Social Media Influencers: An Indian Consumer Perspective.Faizan Alam, Meng Tao, Eva Lahuerta-Otero & Zhao Feifei - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a substantial impact on the retail industry around the globe, including in the vast market of India. The response to the pandemic required stores to close and develop new ways to approach shoppers more efficiently. The worldwide usage of social media enabled the growth of social commerce. Influencers on s-commerce platforms use live broadcasting on their channels to promote endorsed products. The features of s-commerce influencers enhance users' trust in the online community and s-commerce intention, (...)
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    Enacting Gender: An Enactive-Ecological Account of Gender and Its Fluidity.Mahault Albarracin & Pierre Poirier - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This paper aims to show that genders are enacted, by providing an account of how an individual can be said to enact a gender and explaining how, consequently, genders can be fluid. On the enactive-ecological view we defend, individuals first and foremost perceive the world as fields of affordances, that is, structured sets of action possibilities. Fields of natural affordances offer action possibilities because of the natural properties of organisms and environments. Handles offer graspability to humans because of physical-structural properties (...)
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  24. Assigning Punishment: Reader Responses to Crime News.Kat Albrecht & Janice Nadler - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In this study we test how the composition of crime news articles contributes to reader perceptions of the moral blameworthiness of vehicular homicide offenders. After employing a rigorous process to develop realistic experimental vignettes about vehicular homicide in Minnesota, we deploy a survey to test differential assignments of suggested punishment. We find that readers respond to having very little information by choosing neutral or mid-point levels of punishment, but increase recommended punishment based on information about morally charged conduct. By contrast, (...)
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    Factors Affecting Middle School Teachers’ Attitudes Toward the Inclusion of Students With Disabilities.Mubarak S. Aldosari - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Teachers’ positive attitudes are an essential element for the successful inclusion of students who have disabilities in schools with their peers who do not have disabilities. The current quantitative study examines middle school teachers’ attitudes toward the inclusion of students with disabilities in regular schools in Saudi Arabia and the factors that affect their attitudes. Middle school teachers from schools in Riyadh responded to a questionnaire regarding their opinions relative to the integration of students with disabilities. The results indicate that (...)
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  26. Determinants of Major Choice and Academic Expectations: Testing a Prediction Model Across Gender.Sonia Alfonso, António M. Diniz, Angeles Conde & Mar García-Señorán - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    With this study, we aim to test the predictive relationships between determinants of major choice and academic expectations and to analyze gender differences, using six items of the Determinants of Major Choice Scale and the Academic Perceptions Questionnaire to assess AEs. A convenience sample of Portuguese and Spanish first-year students, mostly composed of women, was selected from two public universities. The invariance of the multivariate regression model with latent variables of the effect of DMC on AEs, with determinants linked to (...)
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  27. You’Re Prettier When You Smile: Construction and Validation of a Questionnaire to Assess Microaggressions Against Women in the Workplace.Mona Algner & Timo Lorenz - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Gender microaggressions, especially its subtler forms microinsults and microinvalidations are by definition hard to discern. We aim to construct and validate a scale reflecting two facets of the microaggression taxonomy: microinsults and microinvalidations toward women in the workplace, the MIMI-16. Two studies were conducted. Using a genetic algorithm, a 16-item scale was developed and consequently validated via confirmatory factor analyses in three separate validation samples. Correlational analyses with organizational outcome measures were performed. The MIMI-16 exhibits good model fit in all (...)
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    Phenomenological Qualitative Methods Applied to the Analysis of Cross-Cultural Experience in Novel Educational Social Contexts.Ahmed Ali Alhazmi & Angelica Kaufmann - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The qualitative method of phenomenology provides a theoretical tool for educational research as it allows researchers to engage in flexible activities that can describe and help to understand complex phenomena, such as various aspects of human social experience. This article explains how to apply the framework of phenomenological qualitative analysis to educational research. The discussion within this article is relevant to those researchers interested in doing cross-cultural qualitative research and in adapting phenomenological investigations to understand students’ cross-cultural lived experiences in (...)
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    The Depression Anxiety Stress Scale 8-Items Expresses Robust Psychometric Properties as an Ideal Shorter Version of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scale 21 Among Healthy Respondents From Three Continents. [REVIEW]Amira Mohammed Ali, Hiroaki Hori, Yoshiharu Kim & Hiroshi Kunugi - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    To examine the cultural limitations and implications in the applicability of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scale 8-items —a shortened version of the DASS-21 recently introduced in an Arab sample—this study evaluated its psychometric properties, including measurement invariance, among healthy subjects from the United States, Australia, and Ghana. Confirmatory factor analysis revealed good fit of the DASS-8 relative to a 12-item version. Both the DASS-8 and the DASS-12 were invariant at all levels across genders, employment status, and students vs. non-students. The (...)
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  30. The Outcomes of Organizational Cronyism: A Social Exchange Theory Perspective.Shahab Ali, Farrukh Shahzad, Iftikhar Hussain, Pu Yongjian, Muhammad Mahroof Khan & Zafar Iqbal - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The current research examines the possible outcomes of cronyism like organizational deviance, organizational cynicism, and counterproductive work behavior and also investigates the mediating variable violation of psychological contract among cronyism and its possible outcomes. Many studies have investigated the presence of organizational cronyism at the workplace and its impacts on certain variables. However, the outcomes observed in this study, i.e., OD, OCy, and counter-productive work behavior were not empirically investigated previously as per researchers’ knowledge. The second gap this study fills (...)
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  31. Cronbach’s Alpha and Semantic Overlap Between Items: A Proposed Correction and Tests of Significance.Ghadah S. Alkhadim - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The purpose of the present study was to address the shortcomings of Cronbach’s alpha concerning the semantic overlap between items. Using an example from a motivational measure, the correction of Cronbach’s alpha was applied by partialing out the effects due to conceptual overlap. The significance of Cronbach’s alpha was tested using simulated random data derived from the measure and by estimating the confidence intervals with known and unknown distributions. The results indicated that the uncorrected conceptual overlap coefficient alpha was equal (...)
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  32. Corrigendum: The Susceptibility to Persuasion Strategies Among Arab Muslims: The Role of Culture and Acculturation.Momin Alnunu, Azzam Amin & Hisham M. Abu-Rayya - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  33. Exploring the Influence of Potential Entrepreneurs’ Personality Traits on Small Venture Creation: The Case of Saudi Arabia.Ali Saleh Alshebami & Abdullah Hamoud Ali Seraj - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study examined the impact of selected personality traits—innovativeness, internal locus of control, need for achievement and propensity to take risks—on the entrepreneurial intention of Saudi students. The study sample included 165 students from an applied college affiliated with King Faisal University. The participants completed an online self-administered questionnaire, the data from which were analyzed using the partial least squares structural equation modeling method. The findings revealed that the characteristics of innovativeness, internal locus of control and propensity to take risks (...)
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  34. Precursors of Openness to Provide Online Counseling: The Role of Future Thinking, Creativity, and Innovative Behavior of Future Online Therapists.Dorit Alt, Meyran Boniel-Nissim, Lior Naamati-Schneider & Adaya Meirovich - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the need for online counseling to preserve therapeutic processes that have begun face to face and to provide service to others in need during lockdowns. Previous studies underscored the importance of providing updated training as counselors frequently hesitate to use technological advances in therapeutic sessions. This study aims at reducing such barriers by revealing personal characteristics of future professionals that might inhibit or encourage their openness toward providing online counseling. To this end, (...)
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  35. Students’ Emotional Well-Being, and Perceived Faculty Incivility and Just Behavior Before and During COVID-19.Dorit Alt, Yariv Itzkovich & Lior Naamati-Schneider - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This research set out to measure the impact of the lockdown condition and social distancing imposed on higher education by the Israeli government during the COVID-19 period and the shift to online learning, on students’ emotional well-being, the way they perceived their teachers’ just behavior, and faculty incivility, compared to pre-pandemic conditions. An additional aim was to explore the set of connections among these factors. The total sample included 396 undergraduate students from three academic colleges. Data were gathered via three (...)
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  36. Future Problem-Solving Practiced During COVID-19: Implications for Health Management Students' E-Health Literacy Identity.Dorit Alt, Lior Naamati-Schneider & Adaya Meirovich - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The current study describes the implementation of an online Future Problem Solving program in the field of Health education and set out to explore its contribution to students' eHealth Literacy identity, by using two levels of teacher guidance: minimal vs. frequent. FPS was employed in two groups of Health students. In the research group, frequent weekly guidance was provided to the students centered on the enhancement of eHealth Literacy skills, whereas in the control group minimal guidance was offered by the (...)
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  37. Resident and Non-Resident Father Involvement, Coparenting, and the Development of Children’s Self-Regulation Among Families Facing Economic Hardship.Lauren E. Altenburger - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Self-regulation, or the ability to effectively manage emotions and behavior, is a critical skill to develop in early childhood. Children living in a context of economic hardship are at an increased risk for developing self-regulation difficulties. However, few studies have comprehensively examined how multiple aspects of the caregiving environment, including fathers’ parenting and coparenting quality, may contribute to child self-regulation. Thus, this study applied a family systems perspective to examine whether coparenting and resident and non-resident fathers’ reports of parenting quantity (...)
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  38. Relations Between L2 Proficiency and L1 Lexical Property Evaluations.Elif Altın, Nurdem Okur, Esra Yalçın, Asude Firdevs Eraçıkbaş & Aslı Aktan-Erciyes - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The present study investigates the relations between L2-English proficiency and L1-Turkish lexical property evaluations. We asked whether L2 proficiency affects lexical properties, including imageability and concreteness ratings of 600 Turkish words selected from the Word Frequency Dictionary of Written Turkish. Seventy-two participants provided ratings of concreteness and imageability for 600 words on a 7-point scale. In order to assess their L2 proficiency, we administered Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test-IV. We divided categories into two subcategories as high and low for the frequency, (...)
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  39. Factor Structure and Convergent Validity of the Short Version of the Bielefeld Partnership Expectations Questionnaire in Patients With Anxiety Disorder and Healthy Controls.Uwe Altmann, Katja Brenk-Franz, Bernhard Strauss & Katja Petrowski - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The short version of the Bielefeld Partnership Expectations Questionnaire assesses the partner-related attachment dimensions fear of rejection, readiness for self-disclosure, and conscious need for care. The presented study investigated the factor structure in two samples and evaluated the convergent validity of scales. The sample included N = 175 patients with panic disorder and/or agoraphobia and N = 143 healthy controls. Besides, the BPEQ, the Experiences in Close Relationships Questionnaire, and the Brief Symptom Inventory were assessed as well, and the Adult (...)
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  40. The Role of Emotions in Classroom Conflict Management. Case Studies Geared Towards Improving Teacher Training.Ibis M. Alvarez, Montserrat González-Parera & Borja Manero - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The purpose of this paper is twofold: firstly, to explore the emotional aspects underlying classroom conflict management, and secondly, to apply these notions to the contrasted analysis of two case studies. Our findings underscore the importance of examining teachers’ emotional regulation to better understand their performance when dealing with conflicts that affect classroom climate. In the final section, we make suggestions for introducing this perspective into initial teacher training through the use of Virtual Reality, a scenario that would allow pre-service (...)
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  41. Editorial: COVID-19: Mid- and Long-Term Educational and Psychological Consequences for Students and Educators.Maria Jose Alvarez-Alonso, Ricardo Scott & Isabel Morales-Muñoz - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  42. The Impact and Challenges of Education and Administration in VET on Economic Growth in Oman During the COVID-19 Period.Amna Alzadjali, Fahriye Altinay & Gokmen Dagli - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The COVID-19 pandemic is still a major global health problem that had substantial consequences on people’s daily lives. This paper evaluates the impact of education and institutional management on Vocational Education and Training schools in Oman during the COVID-19 period. The purpose of this study is to understand the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and identify possible challenges that may affect its impact on economic growth. This qualitative research is used as the main methodology of the study. Qualitative data are (...)
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  43. Can Identity Buffer Against the Detrimental Effects of Threat? The Case of the Qatar Blockade.Azzam Amin, Jasper Van Assche, Mohamed Abdelrahman, Darragh McCashin, Duaa Al-Adwan & Youssef Hasan - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In 2017, the blockade of Qatar Gulf states caused a plethora of effects on the country. This paper sought to examine the resulting threat effects of this blockade in terms of lowered self-esteem and well-being, and the potential buffering effects of an overarching identity. Using self-report questionnaire data from Qatari secondary school students, multiple moderated mediation models investigated the predictive effects of youngsters’ perceived threat, via self-esteem, on their well-being, and the mitigating roles herein of, respectively, national, Gulf region, and (...)
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    Development and Study of Ezzence: A Modular Scent Wearable to Improve Wellbeing in Home Sleep Environments.Judith Amores, Mae Dotan & Pattie Maes - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Ezzence is the first smartphone-controlled olfactometer designed for both day and night conditions. We discuss the design and technical implementation of Ezzence and report on a study to evaluate the feasibility of using the device in home-based sleep environments. The study results show that participants were satisfied with the device and found it easy to use. Furthermore, participants reported a significant improvement in sleep quality when using the device with scent in comparison to the control condition, as well as better (...)
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  45. Empirical Study on the Relationship Between Vacation Schedule and Seafarers’ Fatigue in Chinese Seafarer Population.Ji An, Wenting Gao, Runze Liu & Ziqi Liu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundFatigue is an important factor for the safety of ships. In order to alleviate fatigue of the seafarers, the STCW Convention has made many regulations on the working time of seafarers. At present, if a crew member takes only one day off at home before returning to work on the ship, the working time on the ship must be re-calculated again. If the time spent at home is not sufficient to allow the crew to recover, the regulations of only stipulating (...)
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  46. The Influence of Entrepreneurs’ Online Popularity and Interaction Behaviors on Individual Investors’ Psychological Perception: Evidence From the Peer-To-Peer Lending Market.Jiaji An, He Di & Guoliang Liu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Inappropriate social interactions of entrepreneurs can generate negative effects in the peer-to-peer lending market. To address this problem and assist peer-to-peer entrepreneurs in customizing their online interaction strategies, we used the cutting-edge cognitive-experiential self-system conceptual model and studied the relationship between peer-to-peer entrepreneurs’ interactions and financing levels. Online interactive information was categorized as emotional or cognitive, adding the moderator of entrepreneur popularity, and the effect of these interactions on individual investors was analyzed. We found that the entrepreneurs’ online interactive information (...)
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  47. High Emotional Similarity Will Enhance the Face Memory and Face-Context Associative Memory.Shu An, Mengyang Zhao, Feng Qin, Hongchi Zhang & Weibin Mao - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Previous research has explored how emotional valence affected face-context associative memory, while little is known about how arousing stimuli that share the same valence but differ in emotionality are bound together and retained in memory. In this study, we manipulated the emotional similarity between the target face and the face associated with the context emotion, and examined the effect of emotional similarity of negative emotion on face-context associative memory. Our results showed that the greater the emotional similarity between the faces, (...)
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  48. The Experience of Succeeding and Failing at Self-Control: A Qualitative Analysis.Fernanda C. Andrade & Rick H. Hoyle - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Despite the importance of emotions for learning and performance of future behaviors, few studies have attempted to qualitatively describe emotions that arise in response to self-control successes and failures. This study is the first qualitative analysis to examine the complexity of goals that give rise to self-control challenges of two types—initiation and inhibition—and the emotions that follow success and failure experiences. Thematic analysis revealed a sometimes blurred line between inhibition and initiation, and a variety of goals that challenge views that (...)
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  49. Written Language Production in Children With Developmental Language Disorder.Georgia Andreou & Vasiliki Aslanoglou - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study contributes to the cross-linguistic investigation of written language difficulties in children with DLD by reporting new findings from Greek-speaking individuals. Specifically, we investigate the writing performance of children with DLD and compare it to that of a group of typically developing children, matched for gender and chronological age. The specific orthographic properties of Greek, radically different from those of English, offer a unique opportunity to understand the nature of written language production in DLD. The participants of the study (...)
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  50. Judgment and Embodied Cognition of Lawyers. Moral Decision-Making and Interoceptive Physiology in the Legal Field.Laura Angioletti, Federico Tormen & Michela Balconi - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Past research showed that the ability to focus on one’s internal states positively correlates with the self-regulation of behavior in situations that are accompanied by somatic and/or physiological changes, such as emotions, physical workload, and decision-making. The analysis of moral oriented decision-making can be the first step for better understanding the legal reasoning carried on by the main players in the field, as lawyers are. For this reason, this study investigated the influence of the decision context and interoceptive manipulation on (...)
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    Achieving Flow: An Exploratory Investigation of Elite College Athletes and Musicians.Roberta Antonini Philippe, Sarah Morgana Singer, Joshua E. E. Jaeger, Michele Biasutti & Scott Sinnett - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    While studies on the characteristics of flow states and their relation to peak performance exist, little is known about the dynamics by which flow states emerge and develop over time. The current paper qualitatively explores the necessary pre-conditions to enter flow, and the development of flow over time until its termination. Using an elicitation interview, participants were asked to recall their flow experiences in sports or music performances. The analysis resulted in the identification of the following three phases that athletes (...)
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  52. The Stressful Experience of Goal Orientations Under Frustration: Evidence Using Physiological Means.Faye Antoniou & Ghadah S. Alkhadim - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The purpose of the present study was to test the hypothesis that goal orientation is associated with divergent forms of emotional reactivity under frustration. Goal orientations were assessed using bifurcations of performance goals described earlier. Physiological stress levels were measured via a blood volume pulse analysis after individuals were subjected to a computerized Stroop task using a malfunctioning mouse to induce enhanced frustration. The results indicated that performance-avoidance goals were associated with the highest levels of emotional reactivity, with normative outcome (...)
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    Editorial: Neurocognitive and Translational Science of Binge Eating: Understanding Mechanisms of Change.Jose Carlos Appolinario, Allan Kaplan & Phillipa Jane Hay - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  54. Basic Skills in Higher Education: An Analysis of Attributed Importance.Lourdes Aranda, Esther Mena-Rodríguez & Laura Rubio - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Today, the skills-based approach is increasingly in demand by companies due, in large part, to the fact that it favors the management of human resources by focusing on individual capabilities; which, finally, improves the job profile of a company. As a result, choosing the right candidates has become increasingly selective. Universities, therefore, need to teach skills to improve the incorporation of graduates into the workplace making it as successful as possible. For this reason, it is of special relevance to know (...)
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    The Compassionate Engagement and Action Scales for Self and Others: Turkish Adaptation, Validity, and Reliability Study.Ela Ari, Gizem Cesur-Soysal, Jaskaran Basran & Paul Gilbert - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    AimThis study aims to translate the Compassionate Engagement and Action Scales into Turkish and to test their subsequent validity, reliability, and psychometric properties. Turkey is one of the blended cultures with eastern and western elements under the influence of traditional religion. This cultural diversity brings about a rich context to study compassion and its relationship to mental health. The scales assess the ability to be sensitive to suffering and engage and then take helpful actions in compassion. The motivation for compassionate (...)
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  56. Employee Perceptions About Participation in Decision-Making in the COVID Era and Its Impact on the Psychological Outcomes: A Case Study of a Cooperative in MONDRAGON.Aitziber Arregi, Monica Gago & Maite Legarra - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This research aims to study possible effects or impacts of COVID-19 in the context of a democratic organizational system analyzing how COVID-19 has influenced employees’ perception of their participation in decision-making and its impact on some psychological outcomes and emotions. COVID-19 has accelerated the process of implementation of new frameworks at work that have generated the modification of culture and employee management practices. Our hypothesis are, on the one hand, that COVID-19 has generated changes in participation structures and internal communication (...)
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  57. The Ambivalent Students’ Cognition to Be English Teachers for Young Learners: A Longitudinal Study.Yuli Astutik, Slamet Setiawan & Syafi’ul Anam - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This longitudinal study analyzed university students’ cognition in learning an English for young learners course. A qualitative method was used to get the data from 28 students who took the tiered EYL courses, EYL 1, EYL 2, and EYL 3, at a private university by giving them open-ended questionnaires for three semesters, or one and a half years. Semi-structured interviews with those 28 students were also used as the triangulation data at the end of each semester. The findings indicate a (...)
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    Effects of Three Music Therapy Interventions on the Verbal Expressions of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder: A Combined Single-Subject Design.Nayla Attar, Anies Al-Hroub & Farah El Zein - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The specific aims of this research study were to examine the differential effect of three different music interventions, namely the interactive music playing therapy, interaction music singing therapy, and receptive music therapy studying the varying latency periods in the response time it took 3-year-old children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder to elicit the target word vocally; and assess the index of happiness of children with ASD after the implementation of the three music interventions, which can, in turn, be used to (...)
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  59. Do Age and Linguistic Status Alter the Effect of Sound Source Diffuseness on Speech Recognition in Noise?Meital Avivi-Reich, Rupinder Kaur Sran & Bruce A. Schneider - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    One aspect of auditory scenes that has received very little attention is the level of diffuseness of sound sources. This aspect has increasing importance due to growing use of amplification systems. When an auditory stimulus is amplified and presented over multiple, spatially-separated loudspeakers, the signal’s timbre is altered due to comb filtering. In a previous study we examined how increasing the diffuseness of the sound sources might affect listeners’ ability to recognize speech presented in different types of background noise. Listeners (...)
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  60. Exploring Students’ Use of a Mobile Application to Support Their Self-Regulated Learning Processes.Martine Baars, Sanyogita Khare & Léonie Ridderstap - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Being able to self-regulate one’s learning is essential for academic success but is also very difficult for students. Especially first year students can be overwhelmed with the high study load and autonomy in higher education. To face this challenge, students’ monitoring and self-regulated learning processes are crucial. Yet, often students are not aware of effective SRL strategies or how to use them. In this study, the use of a mobile application with gamification elements to support first-year university students’ SRL processes (...)
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  61. Ace Your Self-Study: A Mobile Application to Support Self-Regulated Learning.Martine Baars, Farshida Zafar, Micah Hrehovcsik, Edwin de Jongh & Fred Paas - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Without guidance, students typically overestimate their understanding and memory of learning materials, which can have detrimental effects on the learning process. However, most students do not receive guidance or instruction about how to study. Moreover, students are largely unaware of strategies to self-regulate their learning and study effectively. Research has shown that prompting both cognitive and metacognitive strategies is effective to support self-regulated learning. Therefore we developed a mobile application, the Ace your self-study app, to prompt both cognitive and metacognitive (...)
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    Meaning of Education and Wellbeing: Understanding and Preventing the Risk of Loss of Meaning in Students.Nadia Baatouche, Paul de Maricourt & Jean-Luc Bernaud - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The phenomenon of malaise is on the rise at universities, reflecting a deteriorating psychological state that is a combination of anxiety and stress factors. This psychological and emotional upheaval within students is indicative of a fundamental existential issue. In fact, hidden behind the choice of an educational program is the significance given by the student to their life goals. It is this dimension of attributing meaning to one’s education and, more broadly, to one’s life that we have sought to explore. (...)
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  63. Revisiting the Relationship Between the Strength of Environmental Regulation and Foreign Direct Investment.Moon Gyu Bae, Yi Chen Wang & Na Liu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Interest in sustainability is increasing, and research on ESG management continues. The first issue to be discussed in the present situation is the environment. The study between the environment and internationalization was conducted around two conflicting arguments. First, the pollution haven hypothesis states that multinational corporations move to countries with looser regulations depending on environmental regulation. Next is the Porter Hypothesis, which argues that well-designed environmental regulations offset the cost of compliance and ultimately help firms gain a competitive advantage through (...)
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  64. Comparing the Relative Importance of Predictors of Intention to Use Bicycles.Valentina Baeli, Zira Hichy, Federica Sciacca & Concetta De Pasquale - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The use of bicycles for active commuting is an important target to reach because of the importance of increasing physical activity among the population and improving the air quality in cities. Among the models that have been utilized in previous studies, the Theory of Planned Behavior has shown good results in terms of the total variance obtained. However, establishing the relative importance of the TPB variables is difficult. In the present study, which was carried out in the Italian context, the (...)
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  65. Motivational Factors Affecting Iranian English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Learners’ Learning of English Across Differing Levels of Language Proficiency.Reza Bagheri Nevisi & Ala Farhani - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The present study aimed at investigating the motivational factors affecting Iranian learners’ learning of English as a Foreign Language across differing levels of language proficiency. To this end, 110 males and 70 females with an age range of 18–31 took part in the study and a mixed-methods approach was adopted. First, the researchers administered Oxford Placement Test to determine the proficiency level of the participants and placed them into three levels of language proficiency. Elementary, intermediate, and advanced. Next, as for (...)
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  66. Editorial: Psychological Sleep Studies: New Insights to Support and Integrate Clinical Practice Within the Healthcare System.Chiara Baglioni, Luigi De Gennaro, Dieter Riemann, Dagmara Dimitriou & Christian Franceschini - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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    Student–Teacher Relationship: Its Measurement and Effect on Students’ Trait, Performance, and Wellbeing in Private College.Li Ying Bai, Zi Ying Li, Wen xin Wu, Li yue Liu, Shao Ping Chen, Jing Zhang & Julie N. Y. Zhu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Student–teacher relationships have been examined by many studies. However, an omission still exists, the existing scales are not appropriate for studying STRs in private colleges because of the special character of these schools. This paper presents the development and validation of Private-College Student–Teacher Relationship Scale, the first instrument to evaluate student–teacher relationships in private colleges. The PCSTRS has six dimensions: trust, interaction, intimacy, care, approval, and comfort. In our main study, the validity and reliability of the six-factor PCSTRS model were (...)
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    The Effectiveness of Plaza Dancing on Psychological Well-Being and Ill-Being: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.Zhenggang Bai, Yixuan Li, Yufan Yang, Chengdan Xie, Zhengyun Zhu, Yan Xu & Ruhai Bai - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Evidence suggests that participation in plaza dancing may affect mental health. This study for the first time quantified the relationships between plaza dancing and psychological well-being and ill-being. We systematically searched PubMed, Web of Science, CNKI, Wanfang, and VIP to identify relevant studies published from the databases since their inception to July 25, 2021. The standardized mean differences of pre-to-post intervention data were calculated in the meta-analysis. Subgroup and meta-regression analyses were performed to test the potential moderating effects of age, (...)
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  69. Do Subliminal Fearful Facial Expressions Capture Attention?Diane Baier, Marleen Kempkes, Thomas Ditye & Ulrich Ansorge - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In two experiments, we tested whether fearful facial expressions capture attention in an awareness-independent fashion. In Experiment 1, participants searched for a visible neutral face presented at one of two positions. Prior to the target, a backward-masked and, thus, invisible emotional or neutral face was presented as a cue, either at target position or away from the target position. If negative emotional faces capture attention in a stimulus-driven way, we would have expected a cueing effect: better performance where fearful or (...)
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  70. Informal Earth Education: Significant Shifts for Environmental Attitude and Knowledge.Tessa-Marie Baierl, Bruce Johnson & Franz X. Bogner - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Environmental education aims to affect environmental knowledge and attitude to ultimately induce pro-environmental behavior. Based on 247 upper elementary school students, we tested the impact of an outdoor-based earth education program on environmental knowledge and attitude with a pre-post design. Both outcome measures were Rasch scales. Environmental knowledge is a composite of 27 system, action, and effectiveness knowledge items, and environmental attitude is a composite of 13 evaluative statements and 11 self-reported behaviors about nature preservation. Our analysis revealed gains in (...)
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  71. Commentary: Editorial: The Psychological and Physiological Benefits of the Arts.Christopher Bailey - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  72. Social Facilitation in Fear Appeals Creates Positive Affect but Inhibits Healthy Eating Intentions.Rachel L. Bailey, Tianjiao Grace Wang, Jiawei Liu, Russell B. Clayton, Kyeongwon Kwon, Vaibhav Diwanji & Farzaneh Karimkhanashtiyani - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The social facilitation of eating plays a significant role in influencing individuals’ eating decisions. However, how social eating cues are processed in health promotion messages is unclear. This study examined individuals’ food craving in response to social cues in images and emotional experiences, perceived threat, perceived efficacy, behavioral intentions, and motivational coactivation elicited by social eating cues in obesity prevention fear appeals. Results suggested that the presence of a group of people eating in an image facilitated food craving for the (...)
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    Resilience and Stress as Mediators in the Relationship of Mindfulness and Happiness.Badri Bajaj, Bassam Khoury & Santoshi Sengupta - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The aim of the present study was to examine the mediation effects of resilience and stress, two perceived opposite constructs, in the relationship between mindfulness and happiness. Mindful Attention Awareness Scale, Connor–Davidson Resilience Scale, Subjective Happiness Scale, Depression Anxiety Stress Scales short version-21 were administered to 523 undergraduate university students in India. Structural Equation Modeling with bootstrapping was applied to test the mediating effects of resilience and stress. Results showed that resilience and stress partially mediated the mindfulness-happiness relationship. In addition, (...)
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  74. Transformational and Transactional Leadership in the Polish Organizational Context: Validation of the Full and Short Forms of the Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire.Beata Bajcar & Jolanta Babiak - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The Multifactor Leadership Questionnaire is the most frequently used leadership measure in scholarship and organizational practice. However, so far it has not been validated in the Polish context. Therefore, the present study aimed to validate and shorten the MLQ in the Polish organizational setting. A total sample of 1,065 employees from different organizations took part in two sessions of an online study. Respondents were between 18 and 70 years old with an average job tenure of 17.00 years. In subsample 1, (...)
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  75. Design of a Participatory Organizational-Level Work Stress Prevention Approach in Primary Education.Maartje C. Bakhuys Roozeboom, Irene M. W. Niks, Roosmarijn M. C. Schelvis, Noortje M. Wiezer & Cécile R. L. Boot - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundWork stress is a serious problem in primary education. Decades of research underline the importance of participatory, organizational-level work stress prevention approaches. In this approach, measures are planned to tackle causes of work stress in a participatory manner and implemented by a working group consisting of members of the organization. This approach can only be effective if the measures contain effective ingredients to decrease work stress risks and are successfully implemented. The aim of this paper is to present an outline (...)
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  76. Consumers in the Face of COVID-19-Related Advertising: Threat or Boost Effect?Michela Balconi, Martina Sansone & Laura Angioletti - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted the production of a vast amount of COVID-19-themed brand commercials, in an attempt to exploit the salience of the topic to reach more effectively the consumers. However, the literature has produced conflicting findings of the effectiveness of negative emotional contents in advertisings. The present study aims at exploring the effect of COVID-19-related contents on the hemodynamic brain correlates of the consumer approach or avoidance motivation. Twenty Italian participants were randomly assigned to two different groups that (...)
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  77. Pre-Pandemic Psychobiological Features Predict Impact of COVID-19 Confinement on Loneliness.Shishir Baliyan, José Manuel Cimadevilla, Matias M. Pulopulos, Leyre Castillejo, Carmen Sandi & César Venero - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic led to various government-imposed limitations on social interaction and strict home confinement. Such involuntary social-distancing policies can exacerbate feelings of loneliness and alter emotional well-being. Dysregulation of the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical axis is a potential mechanism for loneliness’ deleterious health effects. In this study, we explored whether pre-pandemic diurnal cortisol output, a measure of HPA axis function, may predict the propensity to changes in loneliness during long-term COVID-19 home confinement and if extraversion would moderate this relationship. This (...)
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    Racism in Europe: Characteristics and Intersections With Other Social Categories.Elena Ball, Melanie C. Steffens & Claudia Niedlich - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Concerning race and its intertwinements with gender, sexual orientation, class, accents, or ability there is a scarcity of social psychological research in Europe. With an intersectional approach studying racism in Europe it is possible to detect specific experiences of discrimination. The prevalent understanding of European racism is connected to migration from the former colonies to the European metropoles and the post-Second-World-War immigration of ‘guest workers.’ Thus, the focus of this research is on work-related discrimination. Against the background of a short (...)
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  79. An Exploratory Feasibility Study of Incorporating Volunteering Into Treatment for Adolescent Depression and Anxiety.Parissa J. Ballard, Stephanie S. Daniel, Grace Anderson, Aubry N. Koehler, Elimarie Caballero Quinones, Ashley Strahley & Linda M. Nicolotti - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Community volunteering is an under-utilized, at least under-researched, strategy to supplement existing treatment for affective disorders. We present findings from a feasibility study incorporating community volunteering into clinical treatment for depression and anxiety among adolescents and young adults. This exploratory pilot study had four aims: to investigate recruitment feasibility; to describe participants’ experiences with volunteering; to explore psychosocial assets by which volunteering might decrease depressive and anxiety symptoms; and to document preliminary changes in mental health outcomes before and after the (...)
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  80. Genetics in the ADHD Clinic: How Can Genetic Testing Support the Current Clinical Practice?Lívia Balogh, Attila J. Pulay & János M. Réthelyi - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder with a childhood prevalence of 5%. In about two-thirds of the cases, ADHD symptoms persist into adulthood and often cause significant functional impairment. Based on the results of family and twin studies, the estimated heritability of ADHD approximates 80%, suggests a significant genetic component in the etiological background of the disorder; however, the potential genetic effects on disease risk, symptom severity, and persistence are unclear. This article provides a brief review of the genome-wide and (...)
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  81. Human Resource Practices for Corporate Social Responsibility: Evidence From Korean Firms.Se-Rin Bang, Myeong-Cheol Choi & Ji-Young Ahn - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Human resource management in managing environmental, social, governance, or corporate social responsibility initiatives has been recently raised. Yet, little attention has been paid to integrating CSR and HRM. Our primary goal was to identify how and whether certain HR practices are critical for developing employee capability to operate in firms with active CSR initiatives. We first examine the impact of external CSR activities on firm-level work outcomes. Moreover, we attempt to identify a choice of particular HR practices that could be (...)
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  82. Childhood Threat Is Associated With Lower Resting-State Connectivity Within a Central Visceral Network.Layla Banihashemi, Christine W. Peng, Anusha Rangarajan, Helmet T. Karim, Meredith L. Wallace, Brandon M. Sibbach, Jaspreet Singh, Mark M. Stinley, Anne Germain & Howard J. Aizenstein - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Childhood adversity is associated with altered or dysregulated stress reactivity; these altered patterns of physiological functioning persist into adulthood. Evidence from both preclinical animal models and human neuroimaging studies indicates that early life experience differentially influences stressor-evoked activity within central visceral neural circuits proximally involved in the control of stress responses, including the subgenual anterior cingulate cortex, paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, bed nucleus of the stria terminalis and amygdala. However, the relationship between childhood adversity and the resting-state connectivity of (...)
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    The Role of Wisdom in the Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Chinese Visiting Scholars to Canada: A Mediation Model.Dan Bao, Liqing Zhou, Michel Ferrari, Zhe Feng & Yahua Cheng - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study examines the role of wisdom in the cross-cultural adaptation of Chinese visiting scholars in Canada, as mediated by different coping styles. Path analysis was used to for hypotheses testing. The findings suggest that wisdom measured by 3D-WS and Adult Self-Transcendence Inventory, independently had direct correlation with social and psychological adaptation, and positively associated with engaged coping ; the independent effects of 3D-WS and ASTI on social adaptation, psychological adaptation, and life satisfaction were mediated by proactive–reflective coping; wisdom, when (...)
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  84. From Psychology Management Innovation and Education Reform in the Digital Age: Role of Disruptive Technologies.Lin Bao & Tian Xu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In the main body of colleges and universities, the effect of college teaching psychology management is an important standard to test the quality of college teaching psychology management and its effects on the development of college teaching psychology management. However, the psychology management system used by traditional colleges and universities is challenging to meet the needs of the innovation of the new talent training model of higher vocational education. The construction of the new micro-level teaching organization inevitably requires the psychology (...)
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  85. On the Practical Use of Immersive Virtual Reality for Rehabilitation of Intimate Partner Violence Perpetrators in Prison.Nicolas Barnes, Maria V. Sanchez-Vives & Tania Johnston - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Virtual reality allows the user to be immersed in environments in which they can experience situations and social interactions from different perspectives by means of virtual embodiment. In the context of rehabilitation of violent behaviors, a participant could experience a virtual violent confrontation from different perspectives, including that of the victim and bystanders. This approach and other virtual scenes can be used as a useful tool for the rehabilitation of intimate partner violence perpetrators, through improvement of their empathic skills or (...)
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  86. Gender Prejudice Within the Family: The Relation Between Parents' Sexism and Their Socialization Values.Daniela Barni, Caterina Fiorilli, Luciano Romano, Ioana Zagrean, Sara Alfieri & Claudia Russo - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Gender inequalities are still persistent despite the growing policy efforts to combat them. Sexism, which is an evaluative tendency leading to different treatment of people based on their sex and to denigration or enhancement of certain dispositions as gendered attributes, plays a significant role in strengthening these social inequalities. As it happens with many other attitudes, sexism is mainly transmitted by influencing parental styles and socialization practices. This study focused on the association between parents' hostile and benevolent sexism toward women (...)
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  87. Grammatical Gender in Spoken Word Recognition in School-Age Spanish-English Bilingual Children.Alisa Baron, Katrina Connell & Zenzi M. Griffin - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study investigated grammatical gender processing in school-age Spanish-English bilingual children using a visual world paradigm with a 4-picture display where the target noun was heard with a gendered article that was either in a context where all distractor images were the same gender as the target noun or in a context where all distractor images were the opposite gender than the target noun. We investigated 32 bilingual children who were exposed to Spanish since infancy and began learning English by (...)
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  88. Combat Time in International Male Judo Competitions: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.Lindsei Brabec Mota Barreto, Marco A. Santos, Lucas O. Fernandes Da Costa, Diego Valenzuela, Felipe J. Martins, Maamer Slimani, Nicola L. Bragazzi, Bianca Miarka & Ciro José Brito - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study aimed to synthesize literature data on male judo combat time in international competitions between 2010 and 2019. The search was carried out from May 8th to June 11th, 2021, in electronic databases using the following keywords: AND. After the selection process, 8 articles were included in the systematic review and 7 in the meta-analysis. These studies analyzed 2,562 international male judo combats over the years 2010–2019. We observed that the average male judo combat time changed after each rule (...)
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  89. Imaginative Culture and the Enriched Nature of Positive Experience.Nathaniel F. Barrett - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    To understand the evolution of imaginative culture, we need to understand its unique affective power. The purpose of this article is to explain our enjoyment of imaginative culture from the standpoint of a distinctive theoretical approach to understanding affect in terms of the dynamic and energetic features of consciousness. This approach builds upon John Dewey’s view of enjoyment as the enrichment of experience, adding perspectives from studies of the dynamics of consciousness and from ecological psychology. Its main thesis is that (...)
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  90. Research on the Effects of Lying on Memory: A Scientometric Analysis and a Call for New Studies.Fabiana Battista & Henry Otgaar - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Research on the effects of lying and memory is increasingly attracting empirical attention. In the current manuscript, a scientometric analysis was carried out on the mnemonic consequences of lying. This analysis took into account 70 published articles extracted from Scopus and Web of Science databases from 1998 to 2021. A scientometric analysis was conducted in order to visualize the state of the art on this line of research. Additionally, a keywords’ cluster analysis was executed to investigate the main keywords used (...)
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  91. Empathy, Emotion Recognition, and Paranoia in the General Population.Kendall Beals, Sarah H. Sperry & Julia M. Sheffield - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundParanoia is associated with a multitude of social cognitive deficits, observed in both clinical and subclinical populations. Empathy is significantly and broadly impaired in schizophrenia, yet its relationship with subclinical paranoia is poorly understood. Furthermore, deficits in emotion recognition – a very early component of empathic processing – are present in both clinical and subclinical paranoia. Deficits in emotion recognition may therefore underlie relationships between paranoia and empathic processing. The current investigation aims to add to the literature on social cognition (...)
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  92. Developing a Model for the Establishment of the Hospice Care Delivery System for Iranian Adult Patients With Cancer.Samira Beiranvand, Maryam Rassouli, Maryam Hazrati, Shahram Molavynejad, Suzanne Hojjat & Kourosh Zarea - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    IntroductionMaking appropriate plans for the provision of hospice care is considered a perceived need in the Iranian health system. The current study aimed to develop a model for establishing hospice care delivery system for the adult patients with cancer.Materials and MethodsThis study is part of a larger study that has been done in four phases. This Health System Policy Research utilized a mixed qualitative-quantitative approach. At the first phase, a qualitative study was conducted which explained the care needs and the (...)
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  93. Inclusion of Refugee Peers – Differences Between Own Preferences and Expectations of the Peer Group.Hanna Beißert & Kelly Lynn Mulvey - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Given the high numbers of refugees from Syria entering Germany in the recent years, the social integration of refugee youth has become an increasingly important issue in Germany. Thus, the current study examines adolescents’ decisions and reasoning around the inclusion of Syrian peers in Germany. Using a hypothetical scenario, we assessed adolescents’ peer inclusion decisions and reasoning with attention to comparing inclusion of a Syrian refugee peer and a German peer. Given the importance of group norms for adolescents, we assessed (...)
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  94. More Than Movement: Exploring Motor Simulation, Creativity, and Function in Co-Developed Dance for Parkinson's.Judith Bek, Aline I. Arakaki, Fleur Derbyshire-Fox, Gayathri Ganapathy, Matthew Sullivan & Ellen Poliakoff - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Dance is an enjoyable, non-therapy-focused activity that may provide a range of benefits for people with Parkinson’s. The internal simulation of movement through observation, imitation, and imagery, is intrinsic to dance and may contribute to functional improvements for people with Parkinson’s. This study explored the feasibility and potential benefits of a dance program designed by a collaborative team of dance artists, researchers, physiotherapists, and people living with Parkinson’s. The program incorporated motor simulation through observation, imitation and imagery of movement, supported (...)
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    Fostering Self-Regulated Learning in Online Environments: Positive Effects of a Web-Based Training With Peer Feedback on Learning Behavior.Henrik Bellhäuser, Patrick Liborius & Bernhard Schmitz - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Although training in self-regulated learning is effective in improving performance, human trainers can reach only a few people at a time. We developed a web-based training for potentially unlimited numbers of participants based on the process model of SRL by Schmitz and Wiese. A prior study observed positive effects on self-reported SRL and self-efficacy. In the present randomized controlled trial, we investigated an improved version of the web-based training, augmented by the application of peer feedback groups. Prospective university students in (...)
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  96. Dual Process Theory: Embodied and Predictive; Symbolic and Classical.Samuel C. Bellini-Leite - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Dual Process Theory is currently a popular theory for explaining why we show bounded rationality in reasoning and decision-making tasks. This theory proposes there must be a sharp distinction in thinking to explain two clusters of correlational features. One cluster describes a fast and intuitive process, while the other describes a slow and reflective one. A problem for this theory is identifying a common principle that binds these features together, explaining why they form a unity, the unity problem. To solve (...)
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  97. Family Accommodation Scale for Sensory Over-Responsivity: A Measure Development Study.Ayelet Ben-Sasson, Tamar Yonit Podoly & Eli Lebowitz - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Family accommodation refers to the attempt of family members to prevent their child’s distress related to psychopathology. Family accommodation can limit meaningful participation in personal and social routines and activities. Accommodation has been studied extensively in the context of childhood anxiety and has been linked to greater impairment, and poor intervention outcomes. Like anxiety, sensory over-responsivity symptoms are associated with heightened distress and thus, may also be accommodated by family members. The current study describes the validation of a new pediatric (...)
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  98. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities for Managing Potentially Volatile Police–Public Interactions: A Narrative Review.Craig Bennell, Bryce Jenkins, Brittany Blaskovits, Tori Semple, Ariane-Jade Khanizadeh, Andrew Steven Brown & Natalie Jennifer Jones - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    We conducted a narrative review of existing literature to identify the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for officers who police in democratic societies to successfully manage potentially volatile police–public interactions. This review revealed 10 such KSAs that are frequently discussed in the literature. These KSAs include: knowledge of policies and laws; an understanding of mental health-related issues; an ability to interact effectively with, and show respect for, individuals from diverse community groups; awareness and management of stress effects; communication skills; decision-making (...)
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    Editorial: Higher Education Dropout After COVID-19: New Strategies to Optimize Success.Ana B. Bernardo, Adrian Castro-Lopez & Alejandro Diaz Mujica - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  100. Tell Me Where You Live… How the Perceived Entitativity of Neighborhoods Determines the Formation of Impressions About Their Residents.Fátima Bernardo & José Manuel Palma-Oliveira - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The studies presented here apply the concept of entitativity in order to understand how belonging to a particular geographical area – neighborhood - can determine the way others organize information and form impressions about area’s residents. In order to achieve this objective, three studies were carried out. The first study aims to verify if a neighborhood varies in terms of perceived entitativity, and identify the physical and social characteristics of the neighborhoods that are more strongly associated with the perception of (...)
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  101. Self-Control Capacity Moderates the Effect of Stereotype Threat on Female University Students’ Worry During a Math Performance Situation.Alex Bertrams, Christoph Lindner, Francesca Muntoni & Jan Retelsdorf - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Stereotype threat is a possible reason for difficulties faced by girls and women in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The threat experienced due to gender can cause elevated worry during performance situations. That is, if the stereotype that women are not as good as men in math becomes salient, this stereotype activation draws women’s attention to task-irrelevant worry caused by the fear of conforming to the negative stereotype. Increased worry can reduce cognitive resources, potentially leading to performance (...)
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  102. Mother of One to Mother of Two: A Textual Analysis of Second-Time Mothers’ Posts on the BabyCenter LLC Website.Emma Beyers-Carlson, Sarita Schoenebeck & Brenda L. Volling - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Mothers use online resources frequently to obtain information on pregnancy, birth, and parenting. Yet, second-time mothers may have different concerns than first-time mothers given they have a newborn infant and another child at home. The current study conducted an on-line textual analysis of the posts of second-time mothers during pregnancy and the first months postpartum on the BabyCenter LLC website, one of the largest online parenting communities. Latent Dirichlet Allocation analysis on roughly 16,000 posts to BabyCenter birth clubs in 2017 (...)
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  103. Enterprise Strategic Management From the Perspective of Business Ecosystem Construction Based on Multimodal Emotion Recognition.Wei Bi, Yongzhen Xie, Zheng Dong & Hongshen Li - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Emotion recognition is an important part of building an intelligent human-computer interaction system and plays an important role in human-computer interaction. Often, people express their feelings through a variety of symbols, such as words and facial expressions. A business ecosystem is an economic community based on interacting organizations and individuals. Over time, they develop their capabilities and roles together and tend to develop themselves in the direction of one or more central enterprises. This paper aims to study a multimodal ER (...)
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  104. Influence of Social Support Network and Perceived Social Support on the Subjective Wellbeing of Mothers of Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder.Xiao-bin Bi, Hui-Zhong He, Hai-Ying Lin & Xiao-Zhuang Fan - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study explored the relations between the social support network of mothers of children with autism spectrum disorder, perceived social support, and their subjective wellbeing. The participants were mothers of children with ASD in Shanghai. Their social support network structure was explored via the nomination method. Perceived social support was measured using the Revised Social Provisions Scale for Autism, and the mothers’ subjective wellbeing was assessed using the Index of Wellbeing, Index of General Affect. A significant correlation was observed between (...)
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  105. Autonomic Nervous System Response Patterns of Test-Anxious Individuals to Evaluative Stress.Wenjun Bian, Xiaocong Zhang & Yunying Dong - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Test anxiety is a widespread and primarily detrimental emotion in learning and achievement settings. This research aimed to explore the autonomic nervous system response patterns of test-anxious individuals in response to evaluative stress. By presenting a standard interview task, an evaluative scenario was effectively induced. Heart rate variability, a biomarker that can accurately reflect the ANS activity, was used to reflect the physiological responses of 48 high test-anxious subjects and 49 low test-anxious subjects. Results indicate that: both groups show a (...)
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  106. Suffering a Healthy Life—On the Existential Dimension of Health.Per-Einar Binder - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This paper examines the existential context of physical and mental health. Hans Georg Gadamer and The World Health Organization’s conceptualizations are discussed, and current medicalized and idealized views on health are critically examined. The existential dimension of health is explored in the light of theories of selfhood consisting of different parts, Irvin Yalom’s approach to “ultimate concerns” and Martin Heidegger’s conceptualization of “existentials.” We often become aware of health as an existential concern during times of illness, and health and illness (...)
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  107. Sophisticated Statistics Cannot Compensate for Method Effects If Quantifiable Structure Is Compromised.Damian P. Birney, Jens F. Beckmann, Nadin Beckmann & Steven E. Stemler - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Researchers rely on psychometric principles when trying to gain understanding of unobservable psychological phenomena disconfounded from the methods used. Psychometric models provide us with tools to support this endeavour, but they are agnostic to the meaning researchers intend to attribute to the data. We define method effects as resulting from actions which weaken the psychometric structure of measurement, and argue that solution to this confounding will ultimately rest on testing whether data collected fit a psychometric model based on a substantive (...)
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  108. A Hierarchical Integrated Model of Self-Regulation.Clancy Blair & Seulki Ku - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    We present a hierarchical integrated model of self-regulation in which executive function is the cognitive component of the model, together with emotional, behavioral, physiological, and genetic components. These five components in the model are reciprocally and recursively related. The model is supported by empirical evidence, primarily from a single longitudinal study with good measurement at each level of the model. We also find that the model is consistent with current thinking on related topics such as cybernetic theory, the theory of (...)
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  109. Editorial: Neuroeconomy and Neuromarketing: The Study of the Consumer Behaviour in the COVID-19 Context.Juan Jose Blazquez-Resino, Santiago Gutierrez-Broncano & Edyta Gołąb-Andrzejak - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  110. Trading Patients: Applying the Alternative Model for Personality Disorders to Two Cases of DSM-5 Borderline Personality Disorder Over Time and Across Therapists.Chloe F. Bliton, Lia K. Rosenstein & Aaron L. Pincus - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The DSM-5 Alternative Model for Personality Disorders dimensionally defines personality pathology using severity of dysfunction and maladaptive style. As the empirical literature on the clinical utility of the AMPD grows, there is a need to examine changes in diagnostic profiles and personality expression in treatment over time. Assessing these changes in individuals diagnosed with borderline personality disorder is complicated by the tendency for patients to cycle through multiple therapists over the course of treatment leaving the potential for muddled diagnostic clarity (...)
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  111. Meaningful Relationships in Community and Clinical Samples: Their Importance for Mental Health.Victoria J. Block, Elisa Haller, Jeanette Villanueva, Andrea Meyer, Charles Benoy, Marc Walter, Undine E. Lang & Andrew T. Gloster - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Meaningful relationships are centrally important for human functioning. It remains unclear, however, which aspects of meaningful relationships impact wellbeing the most and whether these differ between psychiatric patients and members of the community. Information about relationship attributes and functions were collected in community members and psychiatric patients. Relationship attributes and functions were examined for differences between groups, their impact on wellbeing and symptoms, and the size of network. Community members reported fewer relationships, higher frequency of contact and less desire for (...)
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  112. Editorial: A Collection of Systematic Reviews or Meta-Analyses on the Effects of Behavioral and Psychosocial Interventions for Psychological Well-Being.Ai Bo, Iris Chi, Fang Fu & Zhenggang Bai - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  113. Book Review: Representations of the World in Language Textbooks. [REVIEW]Mengmeng Bo - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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    Psychosocial Stress, Epileptic-Like Symptoms and Psychotic Experiences.Petr Bob, Tereza Petraskova Touskova, Ondrej Pec, Jiri Raboch, Nash Boutros & Paul Lysaker - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Current research suggests that stressful life experiences and situations create a substantive effect in the development of the initial manifestations of psychotic disorders and may influence temporo-limbic epileptic-like activity manifesting as cognitive and affective seizure-like symptoms in non-epileptic conditions. The current study assessed trauma history, hair cortisol levels, epileptic-like manifestations and other psychopathological symptoms in 56 drug naive adult young women experiencing their initial occurrence of psychosis. Hair cortisol levels among patients experiencing their initial episode of psychosis, were significantly correlated (...)
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  115. Aiding Reflective Navigation in a Dynamic Information Landscape: A Challenge for Educational Psychology.Katarzyna Bobrowicz, Areum Han, Jennifer Hausen & Samuel Greiff - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Open access to information is now a universal phenomenon thanks to rapid technological developments across the globe. This open and universal access to information is a key value of democratic societies because, in principle, it supports well-informed decision-making on individual, local, and global matters. In practice, however, without appropriate readiness for navigation in a dynamic information landscape, such access to information can become a threat to public health, safety, and economy, as the COVID-19 pandemic has shown. In the past, this (...)
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  116. Psychological Variables Explaining the Students’ Self-Perceived Well-Being in University, During the Pandemic.Laura Nicoleta Bochiş, Karla Melinda Barth & Maria Cristina Florescu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    IntroductionIn the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, Romanian universities switched to emergency relocation and online education, with students experiencing a sense of isolation, which affected their well-being, pace and normal learning style, relationships with other colleagues, and Professors. Beyond the technological obstacles that have arisen in learning, the aim of this study is to highlight the psychological variables that are associated and that explain the self-perceived well-being of students, in university, in the pandemic. The psychological variables studied were the following: the (...)
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  117. Effects of Intradialytic Cognitive and Physical Exercise Training on Cognitive and Physical Abilities in Hemodialysis Patients: Study Protocol for a Randomized Controlled Trial.Špela Bogataj, Nebojša Trajković, Maja Pajek & Jernej Pajek - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The prevalence of cognitive impairment in hemodialysis patients is extremely high. Despite the well-documented benefits of interventions on cognitive function, there is a widespread call for effective strategies that will show the long-term consequences in patients undergoing dialysis. The aim of this research protocol was to investigate the effect of cognitive training combined with physical exercise on cognitive function, physical performance, and frailty indicators in the HD population. We will conduct a randomized controlled intervention trial to examine the effects of (...)
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  118. Psychometric Properties of the Zarit Burden Interview in Informal Caregivers of Persons With Intellectual Disabilities.Alicia Boluarte-Carbajal, Rubí Paredes-Angeles & Arnold Alejandro Tafur-Mendoza - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Intellectual disability leads to a loss of autonomy and a high level of dependence, requiring support from another person permanently. Therefore, it is necessary to incorporate the assessment of caregiver burden in healthcare actions, to avoid putting the health of caregivers and patients at risk. In this sense, the study aimed to analyze the internal structure of the Zarit Burden Interview in a sample of caregivers of people with intellectual disabilities, to provide convergent and discriminant evidence with a measure of (...)
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  119. Effective Behaviors in Work Teams: Spanish Adaptation of the Individual Behavior Analysis Scale.Tomas Bonavia & Martín Julián - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    There are hardly any instruments to measure teamwork behaviors from an individual approach. This applies both in interprofessional teams or not, and in teams involved in health, social care, and other areas. The Individual Behavior Analysis scale measures efficacious behavior in work teams. It is one of the few instruments proposed in the literature to measure personal skills necessary for teamwork. Only a previous exploratory analysis of the scale was informed in another study. This article analyzes its internal structure using (...)
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  120. The Impact of the Daily Mile™ on School Pupils’ Fitness, Cognition, and Wellbeing: Findings From Longer Term Participation.Josephine N. Booth, Ross A. Chesham, Naomi E. Brooks, Trish Gorely & Colin N. Moran - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundSchool based running programmes, such as The Daily Mile™, positively impact pupils’ physical health, however, there is limited evidence on psychological health. Additionally, current evidence is mostly limited to examining the acute impact. The present study examined the longer term impact of running programmes on pupil cognition, wellbeing, and fitness.MethodData from 6,908 school pupils, who were participating in a citizen science project, was examined. Class teachers provided information about participation in school based running programmes. Participants completed computer-based tasks of inhibition, (...)
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  121. The Latent Perception of Pregnancy.Leah Borovoi, Shoshana Shiloh, Lailah Alidu & Ivo Vlaev - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundThe main purpose of this study was to describe the latent structure of pregnancy perception by investigating the role of risks and medical examinations in pregnancy perception across the sexes and pregnancy status.MethodsStudy 1 developed a questionnaire based on the responses of 29 young adults on their perception of pregnancy. Study 2 consisted of distributing the questionnaire among 290 participants.ResultsThe statistical clustering analysis revealed three major clusters of pregnancy perceptions: “evaluative,” “physio-medical,” and “future considerations,” each of them encompassing several meaningful (...)
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  122. Corrigendum: Spirituality/Religiosity as a Therapeutic Resource in Clinical Practice: Conception of Undergraduate Medical Students of the Paulista School of Medicine (Escola Paulista de Medicina) - Federal University of São Paulo.Silvia Borragini-Abuchaim, Luis Garcia Alonso & Rita Lino Tarcia - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  123. Flourishing Beyond Borders: Facilitating the Well-Being of Accompanying Expatriate Partners.Truida Botha, Johan C. Potgieter & Karel F. H. Botha - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    One of the leading causes for failing at expatriate assignments is the accompanying expatriate partners’ unhappiness with life abroad or inability to adjust to the challenges of the host country. Strength-based therapeutic interventions have the potential to increase individuals’ mental health and well-being. The current study formed part of a multimethod study consisting of three related but independent sub-studies. The first sub-study identified the strengths of Gratitude, Curiosity and Hope to be positively associated with AEPs’ resilience and well-being. These results (...)
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  124. Facilitating Text Production in Fourth Graders: Effects of Script-Based Knowledge and Writing Prompts.Béatrice Bourdin & Michel Fayol - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study aimed at providing evidence that prior knowledge and its organization prompted either through pictures alone, pictures and associated words, words only have different impacts on several components of text produced by fourth graders. The results showed that the semantic relatedness affected three dependent measures: prompt words recalled, coherence and quality of texts. The nature of the prompts impacted on planning and translating processes. Findings, instructional applications, limitations, and proposals for future research are discussed.
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  125. Logical Intelligence and Mathematical Competence Are Determined by Physical Fitness in a Sample of School Children.José Bracero-Malagón, Rocío Juárez-Ruiz de Mier, Rafael E. Reigal, Montserrat Caballero-Cerbán, Antonio Hernández-Mendo & Verónica Morales-Sánchez - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Previous research has shown positive relationships between fitness level and different cognitive abilities and academic performance. The purpose of this study was to explore the relationships between logical–mathematical intelligence and mathematical competence with physical fitness in a group of pre-adolescents. Sixty-three children from Castro del Río, aged between 11 and 12 years, participated in this research. The Superior Logical Intelligence Test and the EVAMAT 1.0–5 battery were used. Physical fitness was evaluated by the horizontal jump test, the 4×10 meter speed–agility (...)
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  126. The Complex Dynamics of Resources and Maintaining Factors in Social Networks for Alcohol-Use Disorders: A Cross-Sectional Study.Niels Braus, Sonja Kewitz & Christina Hunger-Schoppe - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Systemic therapy considers the complex dynamics of relational factors and resources contributing to psychological symptoms. Negative maintaining factors have been well researched for people suffering from Alcohol-use Disorders. However, we know little about the complex dynamics of these negative factors and resources. We interviewed fifty-five participants suffering or fully remitted from Alcohol-use disorders in this cross-sectional study. The interviews focused on relational factors referring to a Support Social Network and a Craving Social Network. The CSN included all significant others who (...)
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  127. Success of Process Innovations Through Active Works Council Participation.Kai Breitling & Wolfgang Scholl - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Successful innovations are deemed to be necessary requisites for enterprise success. On the other hand, works council participation and employee participation are judged differently as either fostering employee and enterprise benefits or only the former or even none. Both forms of participation have found diverging theoretical and empirical argumentations regarding innovations. Here, we argue and show empirically that both forms of participation deliver positive contributions to innovation success, economically and employee-related, substantiated with qualitative reports from 36 process innovation cases and (...)
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  128. Customer Engagement in Multi-Sensory Virtual Reality Advertising: The Effect of Sound and Scent Congruence.Malaika Brengman, Kim Willems & Laurens De Gauquier - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Despite the power of VR in immersing viewers in an experience, it generally only targets viewers via visual and auditory cues. Human beings use more senses to gather information, so expectedly, the full potential of this medium is currently not yet tapped. This study contributes in answering two research questions: How can conventional VR ads be enriched by also addressing the forgotten sense of smell?; and Does doing so indeed instill more engaging experiences? A 2 × 3 between-subjects study is (...)
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  129. Text Reading Fluency and Text Reading Comprehension Do Not Rely on the Same Abilities in University Students With and Without Dyslexia.Hélène Brèthes, Eddy Cavalli, Ambre Denis-Noël, Jean-Baptiste Melmi, Abdessadek El Ahmadi, Maryse Bianco & Pascale Colé - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Developmental dyslexia is a specific learning condition characterized by severe and persistent difficulties in written word recognition, decoding and spelling that may impair both text reading fluency and text reading comprehension. Despite this, some adults with dyslexia successfully complete their university studies even though graduating from university involves intensive exposure to long and complex texts. This study examined the cognitive skills underlying both text reading comprehension and text reading fluency in a sample of 54 university students with dyslexia and 63 (...)
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  130. To Quiz or to Shoot When Practicing Grammar? Catching and Holding the Interest of Child Learners: A Field Study.Cyril Brom, Lukáš Kolek, Jiří Lukavský, Filip Děchtěrenko & Kristina Volná - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Learning grammar requires practice and practicing grammar can be boring. We examined whether an instructional game with intrinsically integrated game mechanics promotes this practice: compared to rote learning through a quiz. We did so “in the field.” Tens of thousands children visited, in their leisure time, a public website with tens of attractive online games for children during a 6-week-long period. Of these children, 11,949 picked voluntarily our grammar training intervention. Thereafter, unbeknown to them, they were assigned either to the (...)
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  131. “Broad” Impact: Perceptions of Sex/Gender-Related Psychology Journals.Elizabeth R. Brown, Jessi L. Smith & Doralyn Rossmann - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Because men are overrepresented within positions of power, men are perceived as the default in academia. Androcentric bias emerges whereby research by men and/or dominated by men is perceived as higher quality and gains more attention. We examined if these androcentric biases materialize within fields that study bias. How do individuals in close contact with psychology view psychology research outlets with titles including the words women, gender, sex, or feminism or contain the words men or masculinity versus psychology journals that (...)
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  132. Relationships Between Health-Related Quality of Life and Speech Perception in Bimodal and Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users.Nadav Brumer, Elizabeth Elkins, Jake Hillyer, Chantel Hazlewood & Alexandra Parbery-Clark - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    PurposePrevious studies examining the relationship between health-related quality of life and speech perception ability in cochlear implant users have yielded variable results, due to a range of factors, such as a variety of different HRQoL questionnaires and CI speech testing materials in addition to CI configuration. In order to decrease inherent variability and better understand the relationship between these measures in CI users, we administered a commonly used clinical CI speech testing battery as well as two popular HRQoL questionnaires in (...)
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  133. Linguistically-Based Comparison of Different Approaches to Building Corpora for Text Simplification: A Case Study on Italian.Dominique Brunato, Felice Dell'Orletta & Giulia Venturi - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In this paper, we present an overview of existing parallel corpora for Automatic Text Simplification in different languages focusing on the approach adopted for their construction. We make the main distinction between manual and –automatic approaches in order to investigate in which respect complex and simple texts vary and whether and how the observed modifications may depend on the underlying approach. To this end, we perform a two-level comparison on Italian corpora, since this is the only language, with the exception (...)
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  134. Contextual Factors Affecting Risky Decision Making: The Influence of Music on Task Performance and Perceived Distraction.Melissa T. Buelow, Melissa K. Jungers, Cora Parks & Bonnie Rinato - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Previous research has investigated factors that contribute to the development of different risk-taking behaviors, such as can occur on lab-based behavioral risky decision making tasks. On several of the most common tasks, participants must develop an adequate understanding of the relative risks and benefits associated with each decision in order to learn to decide advantageously. However, contextual factors can affect the decision making process and one’s ability to weigh the risks and benefits of a decision. The present study investigates the (...)
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  135. Stability of Risk Perception Across Pandemic and Non-Pandemic Situations Among Young Adults: Evaluating the Impact of Individual Differences.Melissa T. Buelow, Jennifer M. Kowalsky & Amy B. Brunell - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Previous research suggests a higher perceived risk associated with a risky behavior predicts a lower likelihood of involvement in that behavior; however, this relationship can vary based on personality characteristics such as impulsivity and behavioral activation. During the COVID-19 pandemic, individuals began to re-evaluate the level of risk associated with everyday behaviors. But what about risks associated with “typical” risk-taking behaviors? In the present study, 248 undergraduate student participants completed measures of impulsivity, behavioral activation and inhibition, propensity to take risks, (...)
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  136. Analysis of the Emotional Exhaustion Derived From Techno-Stress in the Next Generation of Qualified Employees.María Buenadicha-Mateos, María Isabel Sánchez-Hernández & Óscar Rodrigo González-López - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study analyses the emotional exhaustion of students inhigher education, derived from the extremely technology-relatedstrain associated to the current COVID-19 pandemic in a conservation of resources’ approach. Technostress, as source of emotional exhaustion, was investigated in a sample of 333 students in a medium size public university in Spain. Data was collected in May 2020, during the COVID lockdown. After literature review, a structural model was developed, linking technostress with emotional exhaustion. Results confirm the expected cause-effect relationships. In addition, the (...)
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  137. Editorial: Responding to the COVID-19 Pandemic: Health Technology Solutions to Improve Access and Delivery of Cognitive Behavior Therapy.Brian E. Bunnell, Judith A. Callan & Nikolaos Kazantzis - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  138. Self-Care as a Method to Cope With Suffering and Death: A Participatory Action-Research Aimed at Quality Improvement.Loredana Buonaccorso, Silvia Tanzi, Simona Sacchi, Sara Alquati, Elisabetta Bertocchi, Cristina Autelitano, Eleonora Taberna & Gianfranco Martucci - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    IntroductionPalliative care is an emotionally and spiritually high-demanding setting of care. The literature reports on the main issues in order to implement self-care, but there are no models for the organization of the training course. We described the structure of training on self-care and its effects for a Hospital Palliative Care Unit.MethodWe used action-research training experience based mostly on qualitative data. Thematic analysis of data on open-ended questions, researcher’s field notes, oral and written feedback from the trainer and the participants (...)
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  139. Relationship Between COVID-19 Threat Beliefs and Individual Differences in Demographics, Personality, and Related Beliefs.Ana Butkovic & Mirta Galesic - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Individual differences in demographics, personality, and other related beliefs are associated with coronavirus disease 2019 threat beliefs. However, the relative contributions of these different types of individual differences to COVID-19 threat beliefs are not known. In this study, a total of 1,700 participants in Croatia completed a survey that included questions about COVID-19 risks, questions about related beliefs including vaccination beliefs, trust in the health system, trust in scientists, and trust in the political system, the HEXACO 60 personality inventory, as (...)
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  140. Stereotypes of Women and Men Across Gender Subgroups.Hege H. Bye, Vera V. Solianik, Martine Five & Mehri S. Agai - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In this paper, we argue for the value of studying gender stereotypes at the subgroup level, combining insights from the stereotype content model, social role theory, and intersectional perspectives. Empirically, we investigate the stereotype content of gender subgroups in Norway, a cultural context for which a systematic description of stereotypes of gender subgroups is lacking. In a pilot study, we established salient subgroups within the Norwegian context. Employing the stereotype content model, these groups were rated on warmth and competence in (...)
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  141. Living Place Matters: The Duplicity of Shared Housing in the Young Adults of South Korea.Nahyang Byun & Donghwa Shon - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study focus on the phenomenon of the preference for co-living among young adults that has manifested in South Korea. The study examines life in a shared house as a living place, which is the representative form of co-living that the younger adults in South Korea have been choosing. The objective of the study is to examine shared housing as living place matters and their possibility of being a home and house for the young generation. The study procedures included reviewing (...)
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    The Measurement Properties and Acceptability of a New Parent–Infant Bonding Tool (‘Me and My Baby’) for Use in United Kingdom Universal Healthcare Settings: A Psychometric, Cross-Sectional Study.Tracey Bywater, Abigail Dunn, Charlotte Endacott, Karen Smith, Paul A. Tiffin, Matthew Price & Sarah Blower - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    IntroductionThe National Institute for Health and Care Excellence guidelines acknowledge the importance of the parent–infant relationship for child development but highlight the need for further research to establish reliable tools for assessment, particularly for parents of children under 1 year. This study explores the acceptability and psychometric properties of a co-developed tool, ‘Me and My Baby’.Study designA cross-sectional design was applied. The MaMB was administered universally with mothers during routine 6–8-week Health Visitor contacts. The sample comprised 467 mothers. Dimensionality of (...)
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  143. Environmental Attitudes, Behaviors, and Responsibility Perceptions Among Norwegian Youth: Associations With Positive Youth Development Indicators.Maria Bøhlerengen & Nora Wiium - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Young people’s environmental attitudes and behaviors are essential for environmental conservation, hence the need to identify facilitating factors. Promoting positive development among young people may empower them to contribute actively to their environment through positive attitudes and behaviors. In the present study, we examine the associations between the 5Cs of Positive Youth Development and environmental concerns among Norwegian youth, measured through environmental attitudes, conservation behavior, and responsibility. Cross-sectional data on demographic variables, the 5Cs and environmental concerns were collected from high (...)
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    Morality, Risk-Taking and Psychopathic Tendencies: An Empirical Study.Sam Cacace, Joseph Simons-Rudolph & Veljko Dubljević - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Research in empirical moral psychology has consistently found negative correlations between morality and both risk-taking, as well as psychopathic tendencies. However, prior research did not sufficiently explore intervening or moderating factors. Additionally, prior measures of moral preference have a pronounced lack of ecological validity. This study seeks to address these two gaps in the literature. First, this study used Preference for Precepts Implied in Moral Theories, which offers a novel, more nuanced and ecologically valid measure of moral judgment. Second, the (...)
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  145. Editorial: Coping With the Pediatric Coping Literature: Innovative Approaches to Move the Field Forward.Line Caes, C. Meghan McMurtry & Christina L. Duncan - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  146. The Neural Mechanisms of Cognitive Control in the Category Induction Task.Xueli Cai, Guo Li, Qinxia Liu, Feng Xiao, Youxue Zhang & Yifeng Wang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    According to the conflict monitoring hypothesis, conflict monitoring and inhibitory control in cognitive control mainly cause activity in the anterior cingulate cortex and control-related prefrontal cortex in many cognitive tasks. However, the role of brain regions in the default mode network in cognitive control during category induction tasks is unclear. To test the role of the ACC, PFC, and subregions of the DMN elicited by cognitive control during category induction, a modified category induction task was performed using simultaneous fMRI scanning. (...)
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  147. Potsdam Eye-Movement Corpus for Scene Memorization and Search With Color and Spatial-Frequency Filtering.Anke Cajar, Ralf Engbert & Jochen Laubrock - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  148. COVID-19 and Pro-Environmental Behaviour at Destinations Amongst International Travellers.Gary Calder, Aleksandar Radic, Hyungseo Bobby Ryu, Antonio Ariza-Montes & Heesup Han - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This paper investigates the COVID-19 pandemic, and its impact on pro-environmental behaviour of individuals travelling internationally for leisure and recreational purposes. The aim of this manuscript is to investigate a conceptual framework created through the examination of current existing literature in the field of tourism science. The conceptual framework, consisting of certain constructs of the health belief model, and the theory of planned behaviour, is applied and tested using a partial least-squares-structural equation modelling. Data were collected from participants who have (...)
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  149. Exploring the Emotional Experience During Instant Messaging Among Young Adults: An Experimental Study Incorporating Physiological Correlates of Arousal.Anne-Linda Camerini, Laura Marciano, Anna Maria Annoni, Alexander Ort & Serena Petrocchi - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Instant messaging is a highly diffused form of communication among younger populations, yet little is known about the emotional experience during IM. The present study aimed to investigate the emotional experience during IM by drawing on the Circumplex Model of Affect and measuring heart rate and electrodermal activity as indicators of arousal in addition to self-reported perceived emotional valence. Using an experimental design, we manipulated message latency and message valence. Based on data collected from 65 young adults, we observed arousal (...)
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  150. Examining Multiteam Systems Across Context and Type: A Historiometric Analysis of Failed MTS Performance.Lauren N. P. Campbell, Elisa M. Torres, Stephen J. Zaccaro, Steven Zhou, Katelyn N. Hedrick, David M. Wallace, Celeste Raver Luning & Joanna E. Zakzewski - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Multiteam systems are complex organizational forms comprising interdependent teams that work towards their own proximal goals within and across teams to also accomplish a shared superordinate goal. MTSs operate within high-stakes, dangerous contexts with high consequences for suboptimal performance. We answer calls for nuanced exploration and cross-context comparison of MTSs “in the wild” by leveraging the MTS action sub-phase behavioral taxonomy to determine where and how MTS failures occur. To our knowledge, this is the first study to also examine how (...)
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    AI and Ethics When Human Beings Collaborate With AI Agents.José J. Cañas - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The relationship between a human being and an AI system has to be considered as a collaborative process between two agents during the performance of an activity. When there is a collaboration between two people, a fundamental characteristic of that collaboration is that there is co-supervision, with each agent supervising the actions of the other. Such supervision ensures that the activity achieves its objectives, but it also means that responsibility for the consequences of the activity is shared. If there is (...)
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  152. The Magnetic Urtext: Restoration as Music Interpretation.Sergio Canazza, Emery Schubert, Anthony Chmiel, Niccolò Pretto & Antonio Rodà - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This paper discusses historical-critical thought to address the problems of restoration and preservation of tape music, proposing viable solutions to the matter of digitizing the historically valuable data that exists on and is represented by magnetic tapes. A detailed program of research and restoration and some software for helping in creation of critical editions of the musical works are proposed. We also present some of the issues and controversies that must be considered and approaches we have applied in the preservation (...)
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  153. The Impact of Language Diversity on Knowledge Sharing Within International University Research Teams: Evidence From TED Project.Rossella Canestrino, Pierpaolo Magliocca & Yang Li - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In today’s knowledge economy, knowledge and knowledge sharing are fundamental for organizations to achieve competitiveness and for individuals to strengthen their innovation capabilities. Knowledge sharing is a complex language-based activity; language affects how individuals communicate and relate. The growth in international collaborations and the increasing number of diverse teams affect knowledge sharing because individuals engage in daily knowledge activities in a language they are not native speakers. Understanding the challenges they face, and how they manage the emerging difficulties is the (...)
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  154. The Power of School Conditions: Individual, Relational, and Organizational Influences on Educator Wellbeing.Rachel Fiona Cann, Claire Sinnema, Alan J. Daly, Joelle Rodway & Yi-Hwa Liou - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Wellbeing in schools is often focused at the individual level, exploring students’ or teachers’ individual traits, habits, or actions that influence wellbeing. However, studies rarely take a whole-school approach that includes staff wellbeing, and frequently ignore relational and organizational level variables. We take a systems informed positive psychology approach and argue that it is essential to build greater understanding about organizational and relational influences on wellbeing in order for schools to support educator wellbeing. Our study evaluated the relative contributions of (...)
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    How Determinants of Employee Innovation Behavior Matter During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Investigating Cross-Regional Role Via Multi-Group Partial Least Squares Structural Equation Modeling Analysis.Caixia Cao, Michael Yao-Ping Peng & Yan Xu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The COVID-19 pandemic cropping up at the end of 2019 started to pose a threat to millions of people’s health and life after a few weeks. Nevertheless, the COVID-19 pandemic gave rise to social and economic problems that have changed the progress steps of individuals and the whole nation. In this study, the work conditions for employees from Taiwan, Malaysia, and the Chinese mainland are explored and compared, and the relationship between support mechanisms and innovation behaviors is evaluated with a (...)
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  156. A Mind in Intelligent Personal Assistants: An Empirical Study of Mind-Based Anthropomorphism, Fulfilled Motivations, and Exploratory Usage of Intelligent Personal Assistants.Cuicui Cao, Yingying Hu & Haoxuan Xu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Intelligent personal assistants own anthropomorphic features which enable users’ perception of anthropomorphism. Adopting the perspective of mind-based anthropomorphism, the purpose of this paper is to investigate how mind-based anthropomorphism influences users’ exploratory usage of IPAs. Based on the notion that anthropomorphism can satisfy people’s sociality and effectance motivation, we hypothesize that mind-based anthropomorphism can enhance people’s social connection with IPAs and IPA self-efficacy, which can in turn influence their exploratory usage of IPAs. Questionnaires were developed and distributed to users who (...)
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  157. Factors Influencing Procurement Officers’ Preference for PPP Procurement Model: An Empirical Analysis of China.Fuguo Cao & Cong Wang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The selection of the procurement model, which is a process of discretion exercised by procurement officials, is crucial to the Public-private Partnership procurement performance. From theoretical analysis and international practice, we could find that the negotiation method is more suitable for complex PPP projects, while the tendering method is widely used in China’s PPP procurement. To analyze the reasons for the phenomenon, we used the logit regression model to examine the influence of regulatory competition, risk aversion preference, and tacit interaction (...)
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  158. Relationships Between Job Stress, Psychological Adaptation and Internet Gaming Disorder Among Migrant Factory Workers in China: The Mediation Role of Negative Affective States.He Cao, Kechun Zhang, Danhua Ye, Yong Cai, Bolin Cao, Yaqi Chen, Tian Hu, Dahui Chen, Linghua Li, Shaomin Wu, Huachun Zou, Zixin Wang & Xue Yang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Factory workers make up a large proportion of China’s internal migrants and may be highly susceptible to job and adaptation stress, negative affective states, and Internet gaming disorder. This cross-sectional study investigated the relationships between job stress, psychological adaptation, negative affective states and IGD among 1,805 factory workers recruited by stratified multi-stage sampling between October and December 2019. Structural equation modeling was conducted to test the proposed mediation model. Among the participants, 67.3% were male and 71.7% were aged 35 years (...)
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  159. Tourism Competitiveness Evaluation: Evidence From Mountain Tourism in China.Qian Cao, Md Nazirul Islam Sarker, Dian Zhang, Jiangyan Sun, Teng Xiong & Jieying Ding - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The evaluation of tourism competitiveness is an important tool for analyzing the potential of tourism in a specific context. Enshi Autonomous Prefecture in China is selected as a case through which to explore the potential of mountain tourism and its competitiveness in the tourism industry. This study develops EAP’s mountain tourism competitiveness model focusing on three criteria: core competitiveness of mountain tourism, the economic environment’s competitiveness, and infrastructure competitiveness. Context-specific customized evaluation index has been applied to data collected from EAP (...)
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  160. Resolving Strategic Dilemmas in Ambidextrous Organizations: An Integrated Second-Order Factor Model Perspective.Rongning Cao & Ruchuan Jiang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Drawing on relevant literature, this study investigates the process of realizing innovation ambidexterity by proposing a theoretical model and adopting a specifically integrated mechanism with the aim to resolve strategic dilemmas in ambidextrous organizations. We analyzed a sample of 136 cross-sectional surveys collected from business managers of 132 medium- and high-tech firms in China by employing a structural equation model combined with moderation analysis to test our hypotheses. Our findings indicate that the second-order theoretical model fits the data well and (...)
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  161. Age Difference in Roles of Perceived Social Support and Psychological Capital on Mental Health During COVID-19.Shiyue Cao, Yue Zhu, Pei Li, Wei Zhang, Cody Ding & Dong Yang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus Disease-2019 pandemic and consequent confinement measures, young people are vulnerable to mental health problems. The current study compared a group of 440 young adolescents and a group of 330 emerging adults to investigate the extent to which perceived social support and psychological capital were differentially associated with mental health problems. Participants were asked to report their current psychosocial adaptation status during the COVID-19 pandemic, and data were collected via online questionnaires during a relatively (...)
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    Effect of Interpersonal Injustice on Knowledge Hiding Behavior: Moderating Role of High-Performance Work Stress.Yi Cao - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The underlying aim of this study was to investigate the impact of interpersonal injustice on emotional exhaustion and the three main facets of knowledge hiding, i.e., evasive knowledge hiding, playing dumb, and rationalized knowledge hiding. This study also investigates the moderating role of high-performance work stress in the relationship between interpersonal injustice and emotional exhaustion. A questionnaire was adopted to obtain data from 539 employees working in the telecom sector of China. The Smart-PLS software was used to analyze the data (...)
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  163. The Contribution of Shape Features and Demographic Variables to Disembedding Abilities.Elisa Morgana Cappello, Giada Lettieri, Andrea Patricelli Malizia, Sonia D’Arcangelo, Giacomo Handjaras, Nicola Lattanzi, Emiliano Ricciardi & Luca Cecchetti - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Humans naturally perceive visual patterns in a global manner and are remarkably capable of extracting object shapes based on properties such as proximity, closure, symmetry, and good continuation. Notwithstanding the role of these properties in perceptual grouping, studies highlighted differences in disembedding performance across individuals, which are summarized by the field dependence dimension. Evidence suggests that age and educational attainment explain part of this variability, whereas the role of sex is still highly debated. Also, which stimulus features primarily influence inter-individual (...)
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  164. Editorial: Psychological Factors as Determinants of Medical Conditions, Volume II.Andrea Caputo, Carmelo Mario Vicario, Valentina Cazzato & Gabriella Martino - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  165. Editorial: Novel Developmental Perspectives on the Link Between Morality and Social Outcomes.Simona C. S. Caravita, Miriam H. Beauchamp & Robert Thornberg - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  166. Reading Emotions in Faces With and Without Masks Is Relatively Independent of Extended Exposure and Individual Difference Variables.Claus-Christian Carbon, Marco Jürgen Held & Astrid Schütz - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The ability to read emotions in faces helps humans efficiently assess social situations. We tested how this ability is affected by aspects of familiarization with face masks and personality, with a focus on emotional intelligence. To address aspects of the current pandemic situation, we used photos of not only faces per se but also of faces that were partially covered with face masks. The sample, the size of which was determined by an a priori power test, was recruited in Germany (...)
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  167. Rapid Automatized Naming as a Universal Marker of Developmental Dyslexia in Italian Monolingual and Minority-Language Children.Desiré Carioti, Natale Stucchi, Carlo Toneatto, Marta Franca Masia, Martina Broccoli, Sara Carbonari, Simona Travellini, Milena Del Monte, Roberta Riccioni, Antonella Marcelli, Mirta Vernice, Maria Teresa Guasti & Manuela Berlingeri - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Rapid Automatized Naming is considered a universal marker of developmental dyslexia and could also be helpful to identify a reading deficit in minority-language children, in which it may be hard to disentangle whether the reading difficulties are due to a learning disorder or a lower proficiency in the language of instruction. We tested reading and rapid naming skills in monolingual Good Readers, monolingual Poor Readers, and MLC, by using our new version of RAN, the RAN-Shapes, in 127 primary school students. (...)
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  168. Between Multiple Identities and Values: Professionals’ Identity Conflicts in Ethically Charged Situations.Lara Carminati & YingFei Gao Héliot - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study explored identity conflict dynamics in interpersonal interactions in professionals facing ethically charged situations. Through semi-structured interviews, we conducted a qualitative study among doctors and nurses working for the English National Healthcare Service and analyzed the data with grounded theory approaches. Our findings reveal that identity conflict is triggered by three micro processes, namely cognitive and emotional perspective taking, as well as identifying with the other. In these processes, identity conflict is signaled by emotions and recognized as a clash (...)
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  169. Flourishing Scale: Adaptation and Evidence of Validity in a Chilean High School Context.Marcos Carmona-Halty, Mauricio Marín-Gutierrez, Patricio Mena-Chamorro, Geraldy Sepulveda-Páez & Rodrigo Ferrer-Urbina - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study aimed to adapt the Flourishing Scale to a Chilean high school context and provide evidence of its validity. Data were collected from 1,348 students from three different Chilean schools. The results of confirmatory factor analysis supported a one–factor solution, multiple–group CFA supported gender invariance, and structural equation model indicated that the FS is related to positive and negative academic feelings. Overall, the evidence indicates that the Flourishing Scale adapted to the high school context is an instrument that produces (...)
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  170. Face Processing in Early Development: A Systematic Review of Behavioral Studies and Considerations in Times of COVID-19 Pandemic.Laura Carnevali, Anna Gui, Emily J. H. Jones & Teresa Farroni - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Human faces are one of the most prominent stimuli in the visual environment of young infants and convey critical information for the development of social cognition. During the COVID-19 pandemic, mask wearing has become a common practice outside the home environment. With masks covering nose and mouth regions, the facial cues available to the infant are impoverished. The impact of these changes on development is unknown but is critical to debates around mask mandates in early childhood settings. As infants grow, (...)
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  171. Untangling Caregiving Role From Parent Gender in Coparenting Research: Insights From Gay Two-Father Families.Nicola Carone & Vittorio Lingiardi - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  172. Psychological Distress, Anxiety, and Academic Self-Efficacy as Predictors of Study Satisfaction Among Peruvian University Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic.Renzo Felipe Carranza Esteban, Oscar Mamani-Benito, Tomás Caycho-Rodriguez, Susana K. Lingán-Huamán & Percy G. Ruiz Mamani - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The objective of this research study was to determine if psychological distress, anxiety, and academic self-efficacy predict satisfaction with studies in Peruvian university students during the COVID-19 pandemic. A cross-sectional and predictive design was used, in which 582 Peruvian university students participated, 243 men and 339 women, between the ages of 16 and 41. Student’s t-statistics were used to analyze the differences in scores of psychological distress, anxiety, academic self-efficacy, and satisfaction with studies based on the sex of the participants, (...)
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    Positive Mental Health Literacy: A Concept Analysis.Daniel Carvalho, Carlos Sequeira, Ana Querido, Catarina Tomás, Tânia Morgado, Olga Valentim, Lídia Moutinho, João Gomes & Carlos Laranjeira - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundThe positive component of Mental Health Literacy refers to a person’s awareness of how to achieve and maintain good mental health. Although explored recently, the term still lacks a clear definition among healthcare practitioners.AimTo identify the attributes and characteristics of PMeHL, as well as its theoretical and practical applications.MethodsLiterature search and review, covering the last 21 years, followed by concept analysis according to the steps described by Walker and Avant approach.ResultsPositive component of Mental Health Literacy is considered one component of (...)
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  174. Promoting Success and Persistence in Pandemic Times: An Experience With First-Year Students.Joana R. Casanova, Alexandra Gomes, Maria Alfredo Moreira & Leandro S. Almeida - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The transition and adaptation of students to higher education involve a wide range of challenges that justify some institutional practices promoting skills that enable students to increase their autonomy and to face the difficulties experienced. The requirements for this adaptation were particularly aggravated by the containment and sanitary conditions associated with coronavirus disease 2019. With the aim of promoting academic success and preventing dropout in the first year, a support program was implemented for students enrolled in two courses in the (...)
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  175. Oral Tradition as Context for Learning Music From 4E Cognition Compared With Literacy Cultures. Case Studies of Flamenco Guitar Apprenticeship.Amalia Casas-Mas, Juan Ignacio Pozo & Ignacio Montero - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The awareness of the last 20 years about embodied cognition is directing multidisciplinary attention to the musical domain and impacting psychological research approaches from the 4E cognition. Based on previous research regarding musical teaching and learning conceptions of 30 young guitar apprentices of advanced level in three learning cultures: Western classical, jazz, and flamenco of oral tradition, two participants of flamenco with polarised profiles of learning were selected as instrumental cases for a prospective ex post facto design. Discourse and practice (...)
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  176. Look Behind Me! Highly Informative Picture Backgrounds Increase Stated Generosity Through Perceived Tangibility, Impact, and Warm Glow.Marta Caserotti, Martina Vacondio, Maya Maze & Giulia Priolo - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In this study, we investigated whether background information of a visual charity appeal can influence people’s motivation to donate and the hypothetical amount donated. Specifically, participants were presented with a charity appeal to help a local hospital respond to the Coronavirus Disease-19 emergency depicting a man sitting on a bed in a hospital room. The number of visual details depicted in the background was manipulated according to three conditions: “High information” condition, “low information” condition, and “no information” condition. We investigated (...)
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  177. Teleworking Impact on Wellbeing and Productivity: A Cluster Analysis of the Romanian Graduate Employees.Ştefan-Alexandru Catană, Sorin-George Toma, Cosmin Imbrişcă & Marin Burcea - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The COVID-19 pandemic has already had an enormous impact on numerous aspects of human society such as health, education, economy, business, or work and created favorable conditions for the expansion of teleworking. The aim of the paper is to identify and analyze five teleworking impact factors that affect thewellbeing and productivity of employees. The data were gathered by a quantitative research method through a questionnaire applied to 327 Romanian employees who hold a Bachelor or Master degree. Firstly, they were analyzed (...)
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  178. Framing and Tailoring Prefactual Messages to Reduce Red Meat Consumption: Predicting Effects Through a Psychology-Based Graphical Causal Model.Patrizia Catellani, Valentina Carfora & Marco Piastra - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Effective recommendations on healthy food choice need to be personalized and sent out on a large scale. In this paper, we present a model of automatic message selection tailored on the characteristics of the recipient and focused on the reduction of red meat consumption. This model is obtained through the collaboration between social psychologists and artificial intelligence experts. Starting from selected psychosocial models on food choices and the framing effects of recommendation messages, we involved a sample of Italian participants in (...)
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    Sense of Coherence Mediates the Relationship Between Cognitive Reserve and Cognition in Middle-Aged Adults.Gabriele Cattaneo, Javier Solana-Sánchez, Kilian Abellaneda-Pérez, Cristina Portellano-Ortiz, Selma Delgado-Gallén, Vanessa Alviarez Schulze, Catherine Pachón-García, H. Zetterberg, Jose Maria Tormos, Alvaro Pascual-Leone & David Bartrés-Faz - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In recent years, supported by new scientific evidence, the conceptualization of cognitive reserve has been progressively enriched and now encompasses not only cognitive stimulating activities or educational level, but also lifestyle activities, such as leisure physical activity and socialization. In this context, there is increasing interest in understanding the role of psychological factors in brain health and cognitive functioning. In a previous study, we have found that these factors mediated the relationship between CR and self-reported cognitive functioning. In this study, (...)
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  180. Social Perception Deficit as a Factor of Vulnerability to Psychosis: A Brief Proposal for a Definition.Álvaro Cavieres & Pablo López-Silva - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Disturbances in social cognition are a core feature of schizophrenia. While most research in the field has focused on emotion perception, social knowledge, theory of mind, and attribution styles, the domain of social perception has received little specific attention. In this paper, we suggest that this issue can be explained by the lack of a precise and unitary definition of the concept, this leads to the existence of different competing uses of the concept and their conflation with other domains of (...)
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  181. Aberrant Salience and Disorganized Symptoms as Mediators of Psychosis.Celia Ceballos-Munuera, Cristina Senín-Calderón, Sandra Fernández-León, Sandra Fuentes-Márquez & Juan Fco Rodríguez-Testal - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    IntroductionIdeas of reference are frequent in psychopathology, mainly in psychotic disorders. The frequency of IR and preoccupation about them are related to the psychotic dimension, and to a lesser extent, to negative or emotional disorganized dimensions. Aberrant salience, has been proposed as an indicator of the onset of psychosis, particularly of schizophrenia. This study analyzed the mediating role of AS, disorganized symptoms and preoccupation about IR in the relationship between IR and the psychotic dimension.MethodThe sample consisted of 330 participants, 62.4% (...)
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  182. A Preliminary Study Comparing Pre-Service and In-Service School Principals’ Self-Perception of Distributed Leadership Competencies in Relation to Teaching and Managerial Experience.Gisela Cebrián, Álvaro Moraleda, Diego Galán-Casado & Olvido Andújar-Molina - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    So far little are the studies that have focussed on exploring school principals’ self-conception of their distributed leadership competencies in relation to their managerial and teaching experience. To do so, an exploratory research was carried out with a sample of 163 pre-service and in-service school principals studying a Master’s programme in School Management, Innovation and Leadership at a Spanish University. Data were obtained by using an Ad hoc questionnaire of 7 units of competence and 5 proficiency levels for each unit, (...)
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    A Longitudinal Approach to the Relationships Among Sleep, Behavioral Adjustment, and Maternal Depression in Preschoolers.Kijoo Cha - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study aimed to investigate the longitudinal associations between children’s sleep duration and problems, behavioral adjustment [externalizing behaviors and internalizing behaviors ], and maternal depressive symptoms in preschoolers over a period of 3 years. For this purpose, latent growth modeling was conducted using 2012 to 2014 data from the National Panel Study on Korean Children, while controlling for family contextual factors and child temperament. First, children who slept longer at four were concurrently associated with lower levels of EB, while more (...)
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  184. Olfaction and Executive Cognitive Performance: A Systematic Review.Vasudeva Murthy Challakere Ramaswamy & Peter William Schofield - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Objective tests of olfaction are widely available to aid in the assessment of olfaction. Their clearest role is in the characterization of olfactory changes, either reported by or suspected in a patient. There is a rapidly growing literature concerned with the association of olfactory changes with certain neuropsychiatric conditions and the use of olfactory testing to supplement conventional assessments in clinical and research practice is evolving. Neural pathways important for olfactory processing overlap extensively with pathways important for cognitive functioning, and (...)
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  185. Commitment and Wellbeing: The Relationship Dilemma in a Two-Wave Study.Maria José Chambel & Vânia Sofia Carvalho - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    There has been little consensus around the sequential relationship between organizational affective commitment and workers’ wellbeing. In line with the Conservation of Resources Theory, results of this two-wave study with a contact center employee sample showed that organizational affective commitment decreases work ill-being and increases work wellbeing. Furthermore, in keeping with the loss spiral assumption of this theory, the mediating role of burnout in the affective commitment-health relationship was supported in this study. However, in accordance with the Job Demand-Resources, work (...)
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  186. “Like Nothing I’Ve Seen Before”: A Qualitative Inquiry Into the Lived Experience of Competing in a Trail Running Event.Timothy P. Chambers & Jennifer Poidomani - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundA recent upsurge in nature-based exercise research demonstrates the potential added benefits of exercising in this context compared to more urban ones. Yet there is a lack of qualitative research investigating the lived experiences of those who participate in nature-based exercise events.ObjectiveTo explore the lived experience of individuals who were first-time participants in a nature-based running event.MethodSix participants who completed the Run Forrest trail run for the first time were individually interviewed. Semi-structured interviews were devised, and participants were invited to (...)
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    Flights and Perchings of the BrainMind: A Temporospatial Approach to Psychotherapy.Aldrich Chan, Georg Northoff, Ryan Karasik, Jason Ouyang & Kathryn Williams - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This article introduces a process-oriented approach for improving present moment conceptualization in psychotherapy that is in alignment with neuroscience: the Temporospatial movements of mind model. We elaborate on seven temporal movements that describe the moment-to-moment morphogenesis of emotional feelings and thoughts from inception to maturity. Temporal refers to the passage of time through which feelings and thoughts develop, and electromagnetic activity, that among other responsibilities, bind information across time. Spatial dynamics extend from an undifferentiated to three dimensional experiences of emotional (...)
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    Diversity and Inclusion: Impacts on Psychological Wellbeing Among Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Communities.Alex Siu Wing Chan, Dan Wu, Iris Po Yee Lo, Jacqueline Mei Chi Ho & Elsie Yan - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    For scholars, practitioners, and legislators concerned about sexual minority adolescents, one of the main goals is to create more positive and inclusive learning environments for this minority group. Numerous factors, such as repeated patterns of homophobic bullying by classmates and others in school, have been a significant barrier to achieving this goal. In addition, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer adolescents encounter substantial inequality across a broad spectrum of wellbeing and education consequences. Compared with their heterosexual counterparts, LGBTQ adolescents experience (...)
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    Stress and Burnout in EFL Teachers: The Mediator Role of Self-Efficacy.Heli Chang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Within the class environment, particularly in the language learning setting, stress is considered to be the most common mental condition educators experience in their work, and due to the effect of stress on teachers, burnout similarly occurs because English as a foreign language teachers periodically experience affective trauma while participating and engaging in their careers. To solve the problem, one must consider teacher self-efficacy, a significant construct that can mitigate the probability of burnout by preventing the occurrence of stress at (...)
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  190. Promotion of Internet Users’ Aggressive Participation Via the Mediators of Flow Experience and Identification.Kuei-Feng Chang, Yu-Huang Huang, Wei-Chin Li, Shunjun Luo & Dong-Jenn Yang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Social media users have increased rapidly in recent years; however, most are “silent users” who rarely share information online. To maintain social media companies’ stable operation and development, this research explored the effects of flow experience and identity formation on users’ intrinsic motivation to facilitate aggressive, spontaneous, and habitual participation in virtual communities. A total of 487 valid questionnaires were collected and underwent regression analysis. The results revealed that all three intrinsic motivations had a significant impact on social media participation, (...)
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  191. A Double-Edged Impact of Social Smartphone Use on Smartphone Addiction: A Parallel Mediation Model.Kuo Chang, Xue Li, Lei Zhang & Hui Zhang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Evidence supports predictive roles of non-social smartphone use for smartphone addiction, but the relationship of social smartphone use and smartphone addiction is unclear. This study explored whether social smartphone use has a double-edged impact on smartphone addiction. Using data from a sample of 909 Chinese undergraduates, we tested a parallel mediation model that considered online social support and realistic social support as mediators. As predicted, social smartphone use weakened smartphone addiction through realistic social support and contributed to smartphone addiction through (...)
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  192. The Effect of Visual Mnemonics and the Presentation of Character Pairs on Learning Visually Similar Characters for Chinese-As-Second-Language Learners.Li-Yun Chang, Yuan-Yuan Tang, Chia-Yun Lee & Hsueh-Chih Chen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study investigates the effects of visual mnemonics and the methods of presenting learning materials on learning visually similar characters for Chinese-as-second-language learners. In supporting CSL learners to build robust orthographic representations in Chinese, addressing the challenges of visual similarity of characters is an important issue. Based on prior research on perceptual learning, we tested three strategies that differ in the extent to which they promote interrelated attention to the form and meaning of characters: Stroke Sequence, a form-emphasis strategy, Key-images, (...)
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    Effects of Autonomy Support and Emotion Regulation on Teacher Burnout in the Era of the COVID-19 Pandemic.Mei-Lin Chang, Rachel E. Gaines & Kristen C. Mosley - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated levels of stress and anxiety for P-12 teachers around the globe. The present study aims to understand teachers’ emotional experiences and feelings of burnout during the pandemic, and how individual or contextual factors intersect with different facets of their emotional experiences. Using a sequential explanatory mixed methods design, we collected and examined survey and interview data from teachers in the southeastern United States. The structural equation model confirmed the relationships among the following latent variables: negative (...)
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  194. Validation of the Double Mediation Model of Workplace Well-Being on the Subjective Well-Being of Technological Employees.Shu-Ya Chang & Hsiang-Chen Hsu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In recent years, workplace well-being has been a popular research topic, because it is helpful to promote employees’ welfare, thereby bringing valuable personal and organizational outcomes. With the development of technology, the technology industry plays an important role in Taiwan. Although the salary and benefits provided by the technology industry are better than other industries, the work often requires a lot of time and effort. It is worth paying attention to whether a happy workplace will bring subjective well-being for the (...)
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  195. Effects of Priming Discriminated Experiences on Emotion Recognition Among Asian Americans.Sophia Chang & Sun-Mee Kang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study explored the priming effects of discriminated experiences on emotion recognition accuracy of Asian Americans. We hypothesized that when Asian Americans were reminded of discriminated experiences due to their race, they would detect subtle negative emotional expressions on White faces more accurately than would Asian Americans who were primed with a neutral topic. This priming effect was not expected to emerge in detecting negative facial expressions on Asian faces. To test this hypothesis, 108 participants were randomly assigned to one (...)
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  196. Effects of Game Outcomes and Status Instability on Spectators’ Status Consumption: The Moderating Role of Implicit Team Identification.Yonghwan Chang & Daniel L. Wann - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study explores the interaction effects of game outcomes and status instability and the moderating role of implicit team identification on spectators’ status-seeking behavior. The current study seeks to contribute to the existing consumer behavior and spectatorship literature by examining the counterintuitive outcomes of winner–loser effects through the application of the biosocial theory of status. In an online experiment, NFL fans’ retrospective spectating experiences were captured and manipulated. This experiment used a 2 × 2 × 2 between-subjects design. The findings (...)
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    The Effect of University Students’ Emotional Intelligence, Learning Motivation and Self-Efficacy on Their Academic Achievement—Online English Courses.Yuan-Cheng Chang & Yu-Ting Tsai - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on education worldwide. The disease first hit China and numerous Chinese cities then started to conduct online courses. Therefore, this study aims to explore the effect of the Shanghai students’ emotional intelligence, learning motivation, and self-efficacy on their academic achievement when they participated in online English classes during the latter phase of the pandemic in China. Furthermore, the research also examines whether the students’ emotional intelligence can influence their academic achievement through the (...)
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  198. Multiple Logistic Regression Analysis of Smartphone Use in University Students.Chen-Shen Chao, Ming-Hsien Li, Shih-Pei Chang & Yu-Hsuan Chen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Problematic smartphone use is an expanded public health heed that requires more study to clarify the influence elements of different populations. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between smartphone use, and sleep quality, self-perceived health, and exercise participation in university students. A total of 1,575 Taiwanese undergraduate students from 7 universities participated in the study. Three questionnaires were completed by the study individuals. The results show the overall PSU rate was 11.8%. Average smartphone users were more (...)
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  199. Undergraduate Students’ Social Entrepreneurial Intention: The Role of Individual Environmental Responsibility and Absorptive Capacity.Cheng-Min Chao & Tai-Kuei Yu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    As social entrepreneurial intention has received increasing attention from scholars and practitioners, no clear conclusions have been drawn regarding antecedent or external factors that influence social entrepreneurial intention. This study aims to develop a structural model to shape the social entrepreneurial intention of business administration students, which involves the theory of planned behavior, social capital, individual environmental responsibility, and individual absorptive capacity. Furthermore, this study regards potential absorptive capability as a multi-dimensional construct of a higher-order structure. The participants were students (...)
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  200. The Impact of Poor Nonverbal Social Perception on Functional Capacity in Schizophrenia.Victoria Chapellier, Anastasia Pavlidou, Lydia Maderthaner, Sofie von Känel & Sebastian Walther - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundNonverbal social perception is the ability to interpret the intentions and dispositions of others by evaluating cues such as facial expressions, body movements, and emotional prosody. Nonverbal social perception plays a key role in social cognition and is fundamental for successful social interactions. Patients with schizophrenia have severe impairments in nonverbal social perception leading to social isolation and withdrawal. Collectively, these aforementioned deficits affect patients’ quality of life. Here, we compare nonverbal social perception in patients with schizophrenia and controls and (...)
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  201. Challenging Empathic Deficit Models of Autism Through Responses to Serious Literature.Melissa Chapple, Philip Davis, Josie Billington, Sophie Williams & Rhiannon Corcoran - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Dominant theoretical models of autism and resultant research enquiries have long centered upon an assumed autism-specific empathy deficit. Associated empirical research has largely relied upon cognitive tests that lack ecological validity and associate empathic skill with heuristic-based judgments from limited snapshots of social information. This artificial separation of thought and feeling fails to replicate the complexity of real-world empathy, and places socially tentative individuals at a relative disadvantage. The present study aimed to qualitatively explore how serious literary fiction, through its (...)
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  202. Women as Agents of Change: Exploring Women Leaders’ Resistance and Shaping of Gender Ideologies in Pakistan.Nabiha Chaudhary & Anjali Dutt - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Despite a growing focus on processes to promote gender equity, women remain significantly underrepresented in leadership positions in the Global South. In the present study we focus on the role of familial experiences in shaping and contesting gender ideologies of Pakistani women in the workplace. We specifically examine the reciprocal ways in which women leaders and their family members shape each other’s gender ideologies regarding the workplace. Data collected and analyzed for this study were semi-structured interviews with eight women in (...)
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  203. Examining Crisis Communication Using Semantic Network and Sentiment Analysis: A Case Study on NetEase Games.ShaoPeng Che, Dongyan Nan, Pim Kamphuis, Shunan Zhang & Jang Hyun Kim - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The mobile game “Immortal Conquest,” created by NetEase Games, caused a dramatic user dissatisfaction event after an introduction of a sudden and uninvited “pay-to-win” update. As a result, many players filed grievances against NetEase in a court. The official game website issued three apologies, with mix results, to mitigate the crisis. The goal of the present study is to understand user feedback content from the perspective of Situational Crisis Communication Theory through semantic network analysis and sentiment analysis to explore how (...)
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  204. How Does Employee–Organization Relationship Affect Work Engagement and Work Well-Being of Knowledge-Based Employees?Yi Che, Jian Zhu & Huawei Huang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In the employment relationship, organizational factors are the main factors that affect employee behavior. Especially for knowledge-based workers, it is even more crucial for organizations to give enough attention to their individual needs. Based on Existence, Relatedness, and Growth theory, this study constructs a moderated mediating model to explore how the impact of the employee–organization relationship on work engagement and work well-being of knowledge-based employees. In this study, existence–relatedness–growth need satisfaction is used as a mediator and the perceived symbiotic relationship (...)
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  205. Psychological Abuse and Social Support in Chinese Adolescents: The Mediating Effect of Self-Esteem.Chen Chen, Shengkai Ji & Juan Jiang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Although previous studies have explored relationships between psychological abuse and social support, the pathways from psychological abuse to social support are still unclear, particularly in Chinese adolescents. This cross-sectional study attempts to delineate the prevalence of psychological abuse and explore the relationships between psychological abuse, social support, and self-esteem under the Chinese cultural context. Data were obtained from 417 Chinese adolescents aged 15–18 years old. All of them completed the Child Psychological Abuse and Neglect Scale, Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale, and Multidimensional (...)
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  206. The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Firm Performance: An Application of the Resource-Based View to E-Commerce Firms.Donghua Chen, José Paulo Esperança & Shaofeng Wang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The application of artificial intelligence technology has evolved into an influential endeavor to improve firm performance, but little research considers the relationship among artificial intelligence capability, management, driven decision making, and firm performance. Based on the resource-based view and existing findings, this paper constructs a higher-order model of AIC and suggests a research model of e-commerce firm AIC and firm performance. We collected 394 valid questionnaires and conducted data analysis using partial least squares structural equation modeling. As a second-order variable, (...)
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  207. Teacher Cognition and Practice of Educational Equity in English as a Foreign Language Teaching.Feifei Chen & Rohaya Binti Abdullah - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Teachers involved in English as a foreign language teaching play a significant role in the process of moving toward educational equity. Teacher cognition is very influential in shaping teacher practice and thus affects students’ academic performance. However, although the role of EFL teachers as equity agents has been recognized, few studies have explored EFL teachers in-depth in terms of their cognition and practice. Moreover, no review studies have given sufficient attention to the task of elucidating the interrelations between EFL teachers’ (...)
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  208. Linking What I Say and What I Do: Evidence From Perceived Competition Networks.Fengwen Chen, Jingwei Xu, Wei Wang, Fangnan Liao & Yineng Guo - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The enterprise network is of great significance in explaining the risk-taking of individual firm. However, some unobservable networks hidden in different firms have long been neglected. Using the text data of the annual reports of China’s listed firms from 2007 to 2018, this paper adopts a textual analysis method to capture the managers’ perceptions of pressure, and build a special kind of hidden inter-firm networks, that is, the perceived competition networks of managers. In addition, this paper discusses the impact of (...)
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  209. The Efficient Heritage of the Craftsmanship Spirit in China: A Configuration Effect of Family Motivation and Organizational Learning.Guodong Chen, Jingqing Du, Ri Shan, Liwei Lu & Xiaoyan Mao - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In China, cultivation of the craftsmanship spirit is strongly advocated, but little attention is devoted to whether and how “working for the family” promotes heritage of this spirit. A configuration model of family motivation and organizational learning is proposed and expounded. Fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis was used to further explore the conditional configuration. The results show that the fitting family motivation to organizational learning is important for promoting heritage of the craftsmanship spirit. There are two paths that promote efficient (...)
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  210. Pricing Analysis of Online Shopping Platforms Considering Consumer Information Levels.Hao Chen, Weiqing Xiong & Peichen Xiong - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    To address the problem of frequent dishonest transactions by online shopping platform merchants, we developed monopoly and competitive platform pricing models based on two-sided market theory, which introduce consumer information levels. This article analyzes the incentives of the platforms to improve consumer information levels in platform pricing strategies. Monopoly online shopping platforms aim to maximize profits. The higher the consumer information level is, the lower the fees charged to merchants; this can lead to increased platform profits. The charging of consumers (...)
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  211. Integrated Design of Financial Self-Service Terminal Based on Artificial Intelligence Voice Interaction.Huizhong Chen, Shu Chen & Jingfeng Zhao - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Integrated design of financial self-service terminal based on artificial intelligence voice interaction with the rapid development of science and technology, artificial intelligence technology is deepening in the field of intelligence and automation. The financial industry is the lifeblood of a country’s economy, with great growth potential and high growth rate. The integrated design of intelligent financial self-service terminal has become an important topic in the field of rapid development of social economy and science and technology. Therefore, this paper designs the (...)
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    How to Use Artificial Intelligence to Improve Entrepreneurial Attitude in Business Simulation Games: Implications From a Quasi-Experiment.Jiachun Chen, Yuxuan Chen, Ruiqiu Ou, Jingan Wang & Quan Chen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Business simulation games have been widely used in entrepreneurship education with positive effects. However, there are still some deficiencies in the BSGs, such as limited guidance, low uncertainty and limited simulation environment, which make it impossible to exert the maximum effect. Artificial intelligence can solve the above shortcomings. The combination of AI and BSGs is the possible development direction of BSGs. But how to effectively combine BSGs with AI is still an open question. Using a quasi-experimental design, this study uses (...)
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    Antecedents of Viewers’ Live Streaming Watching: A Perspective of Social Presence Theory.Jiada Chen & Junyun Liao - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Live streaming commerce as a popular marketing method has attracted wide attention, but little is known about why consumers continue to watch live streaming. To fill this research gap, this study draws on social presence theory to examine the impact of sense of community, emotional support, and interactivity on viewers’ social presence, which, in turn, influences their live streaming watching. Furthermore, the moderating role of streamer attractiveness is also investigated. The authors collected survey data from 386 live streaming viewers and (...)
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    Research on the Influence of Tolerance of Opportunistic Behaviors of Channel Boundaries on the Choice of Response Strategies.Jinsong Chen, Zhaoxia Liu & Ruoqian Hu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In the Chinese society, border agents in channel transactions will choose different opportunistic behavior response strategies to the tolerance of other members based on the relationship between the two parties. Based on 206 valid questionnaires collected, structural equation model and regression analysis were used to investigate the influence of opportunistic behavior tolerance on response strategy selection. The results show that the channel boundary personnel's tolerance to opportunistic behavior negatively influences their choice of a positive response strategy and positively influences their (...)
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  215. Research on Consumer Purchasing Channel Choice Based on Product Tolerance: The Mediating Role of Rationalization.Jinsong Chen, Yumin Wu & Xue Jiang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Consumers have subjective psychological expectations of the quality and brand of products before purchasing. There is a certain tolerance for products that do not meet expectations. The discomfort caused by tolerance can be smoothly carried out through “reasonable” self-comfort and explanation mechanisms. Based on the theory of rationalization defense mechanism, a 2 × 2 purchase channel matrix of online and offline purchase, online consultation, and the offline experience was constructed to explore the influence of consumers’ tolerance of product quality and (...)
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  216. The Construction of Interactive Teaching Quality Monitoring System From the Perspective of Psychology.Kewei Chen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The article first proposes a reflection on the status quo of classroom teaching in public universities, selects a large number of educational scenes, and analyzes these selected educational concepts in detail from a theoretical perspective. Through the establishment of a teaching quality monitoring system based on careful observation and analysis, several major problems in public university classrooms have been discovered: poor classroom interaction mode, single classroom interaction mode, low classroom interaction efficiency, and inefficient classroom interaction feedback. Specific manifestations include the (...)
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  217. Comprehension of Mandarin Aspect Markers by Preschool Children With and Without Developmental Language Disorder.Lijun Chen & Stephanie Durrleman - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Children with developmental language disorder reportedly struggle with the comprehension of aspect. However, since aspect and tense are closely entangled in the languages spoken by the children with DLD in previous studies, it is unclear whether the difficulty stems from aspect, tense, or both. Mandarin Chinese, a language without morphological manifestations of tense, is ideal to investigate whether the comprehension of aspect is specifically affected in children with DLD, yet to date work on this is scarce and presents methodological limitations. (...)
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    The Effect of Abusive Supervision on Employee Creativity: The Mediating Role of Negative Affect and Moderating Role of Interpersonal Harmony.Lili Chen, Zhixiao Ye, Zahid Shafait & Hongying Zhu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study investigates the relationship between abusive supervision and employee creativity by shedding light on the mediating role of negative affect and the moderating role of interpersonal harmony. Based on affective events theory, it was hypothesized that abusive supervision impacts employees’ negative affect and their creativity. Data from a questionnaire survey of 398 Chinese employee–supervisor dyads were collected and analyzed. The results support our hypotheses, address unexplored theoretical predictions, and suggest that organizations should deal with the factors undermining employees’ emotions (...)
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  219. The Influence of Form-Focused Instruction on the L2 Chinese Oral Production of Korean Native Speakers.Mo Chen & Wenya Li - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Form-focused instruction can help second language learners notice the forms of language, which is conducive to the acquisition of linguistic forms. Two types of FFIs had been proposed, including focus-on-formS and focus-on-form. Previously, studies on FFI in L2 classroom teaching have focused mainly on the influence of two types of FFIs on the L2 acquisition of grammar and vocabulary. The influence of FonFs and FonF on L2 oral production, however, has been addressed less often. The advantages and disadvantages of different (...)
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  220. Borderline Pathological Celebrity Worship and Impulsive Buying Intent: Mediating and Moderating Roles of Empathy and Gender.Outong Chen, Xiaojing Zhao, Dongxing Ding, Yifan Zhang, Hongbo Zhou & Ranran Liu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The present study constructed a moderated mediation model to examine whether borderline pathological celebrity worship may be associated with higher levels of impulsive buying intent. The mediating role of empathy and the moderating role of gender were also examined. A total of 1,319 participants recruited from a college through the campus network. The results indicated that borderline pathological celebrity worship could positively predict individuals’ impulsive buying intent; the predictive effect of borderline pathological celebrity worship on impulsive buying intent could be (...)
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  221. The Chinese Inventory of Psychosocial Balance Short-Form Questionnaire for the Older Adults: Validity and Reliability Study.Pei-Yun Chen, Wen-Chao Ho, Chyi Lo & Tzu-Pei Yeh - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundDrawing from Erikson’s theory, Domino and Affonso constructed the Inventory of Psychosocial Balance, a scale with satisfactory reliability and validity. However, the lack of a credible Chinese version of the scale may hinder research on ego development in Taiwan. The aim of the present study was to construct a short form Chinese IPB. In addition, factor analysis was employed to shorten the original 120-item scale to make it suitable for application in the older adults in the future.MethodsThe study involved three (...)
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  222. Impact of Self-Concept, Self-Imagination, and Self-Efficacy on English Language Learning Outcomes Among Blended Learning Students During COVID-19.Ruihua Chen, Javed Iqbal, Yanghe Liu, Mengmei Zhu & Yi Xie - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The purpose of the present study was to explore the direct influence of self-concept and self-imagination on English language learning outcomes. Furthermore, this study examined the mediating role of self-efficacy in the relationship between self-concept, self-imagination, and ELLO. A survey questionnaire of 21 items was used in this study. We distributed the questionnaire through QR code and collected the data from 2,517 participants who enrolled in blended learning courses at the undergraduate level in Chinese universities. The relationship among the variables (...)
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  223. Authoring Selves in Language Teaching: A Dialogic Approach to Language Teacher Psychology.Shan Chen, Lawrence Jun Zhang & Judy M. Parr - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The teacher self is a composite psychological construct which encompasses the cognitive, affective, emotional, and social dimensions of teaching. This qualitative study draws on Bakhtin’s concepts of dialogism, answerability, and addressivity to discuss how English language teachers negotiated the shifting and conflictive context to construct selves in relation to the promoted communicative language teaching approach. Based on narrative interviews and classroom observations with five tertiary English teachers in China, we found that these teachers were actively engaged in the dialog with (...)
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    The Life Crafting Scale: Development and Validation of a Multi-Dimensional Meaning-Making Measure.Shi Chen, Leander van der Meij, Llewellyn E. van Zyl & Evangelia Demerouti - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Finding meaning in our lives is a central tenet to the human experience and a core contributor to mental health. Individuals tend to actively seek the sources of meaning in their lives or consciously enact efforts to create or “craft” meaning in different life domains. These overall “Life Crafting” behaviors refer to the conscious efforts individuals exert to create meaning in their lives through cognitively framing how they view life, seeking social support systems to manage life challenges, and actively seeking (...)
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  225. Children’s Digital Art Ability Training System Based on AI-Assisted Learning: A Case Study of Drawing Color Perception.Shih-Yeh Chen, Pei-Hsuan Lin & Wei-Che Chien - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study proposed a children’s digital art ability training system with artificial intelligence-assisted learning, which was designed to achieve the goal of improving children’s drawing ability. AI technology was introduced for outline recognition, hue color matching, and color ratio calculation to machine train students’ cognition of chromatics, and smart glasses were used to view actual augmented reality paintings to enhance the effectiveness of improving elementary school students’ imagination and painting performance through the diversified stimulation of colors. This study adopted the (...)
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  226. Leader Humility and Machiavellianism: Investigating the Effects on Followers’ Self-Interested and Prosocial Behaviors.Shu-Chen Chen, Wen-Qian Zou & Na-Ting Liu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Existing research on leader humility primarily demonstrates its positive effects. This study challenges this view by proposing the potential negative effects of leader humility on followers’ behaviors. Furthermore, this paper employs the person-situation interactionist perspective to extend the research on integrating followers’ personality traits and leader humility. Specifically, this study proposed that leader humility triggers their followers’ sense of power; moreover, this study wagers that whether followers’ sense of power encourages self-interested or prosocial behavior in followers depends on their particular (...)
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  227. Influence of Organizational Learning and Dynamic Capability on Organizational Performance of Human Resource Service Enterprises: Moderation Effect of Technology Environment and Market Environment.Shuilin Chen & Jianguo Zheng - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study aims to explore the influence of organizational learning and dynamic capability on organizational performance of human resource service enterprises with the moderating role of technology environment and market environment. Data were gathered from 360 human resource service enterprises, and applied the hierarchical linear regression method and structural equation model to test the hypotheses. We found that organizational learning has a significantly positive impact on resource integration capability, as well as has a significantly positive impact on resource reconfiguration capability (...)
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  228. The Idea Is Mine! An Empirical Examination on the Effect of Leaders’ Credit Claiming on Employees’ Work Outcomes.Siyuan Chen, Daiheng Li, Chun Yang, Xijing Zhang & Liang Hou - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Existing studies mainly explored the detrimental effect of employee credit claiming, and little is known about how leader credit claiming can affect employees. Based on affective events theory and relative deprivation theory, we explore how leader credit claiming affects employee work outcomes by the research methods of literature review, interview, and empirical questionnaire. With a sample of 418 matched leader–employee pairs from a large manufacturing company, we find that leader credit claiming influences employee work outcomes through the mediating role of (...)
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  229. Reading-Related Skills Associated With Acquisition of Chinese as a Second/Foreign Language: A Meta-Analysis.Xi Chen & Jingjing Zhao - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Previous studies have found the effect of cognitive skills on reading ability, but the role of different reading-related skills in acquisition of Chinese as a second/foreign language remains unexplored. Prior meta-analyses on the relationship between cognitive skills and reading have been conducted primarily in native English-speaking or Mandarin-speaking children. The purpose of the present meta-analysis was to examine the relationship between Chinese reading-related skills and Chinese word reading of CSL/CFL learners. A search of English and Chinese databases yielded 42 effect (...)
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  230. Predicting College Students’ Bike-Sharing Intentions Based on the Theory of Planned Behavior.Xiaofang Chen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Shared bicycles are sustainable and effective transportation tools in college campuses. Accordingly, this study aimed to assess the behavioral intention of college students toward bike-sharing as an environmentally friendly and social mode of travel. It applied the Theory of Planned Behavior framework to a bike-sharing context and explored the impact of perceived benefits and government policy on college students’ bike-sharing usage. A survey of 934 college students was conducted in Zhejiang province to test the proposed model, and 782 were valid. (...)
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  231. Does It Pay to Issue Green? An Institutional Comparison of Mainland China and Hong Kong’s Stock Markets Toward Green Bonds.Xingxing Chen, Olaf Weber & Vasundhara Saravade - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The stock market is an indicator of investor sentiment when it comes to new information or innovative firm-level products. Green bonds are both innovative and unique in terms of their higher information disclosures and understanding the impact of sustainable finance on investor outlook for a company’s stock. Using the comparative case of Mainland China and Hong Kong’s stock market, we examine whether green bond announcements from 2016 to 2019 can create significant investor reactions. By employing the event study methodology, we (...)
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    The Impact of Scenarios on the Performance of Entrepreneurial Imaginativeness: Evidence From an Experiment.Yang Chen, Min Wang, Yawen Liu & Ruoyu Lu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    With the advent of the era of artificial intelligence, “scenario” frequently appears in new product development and has gradually become an effective tool for analyzing user needs. However, the reasons for this phenomenon have not been explored in depth. New product development is a creative activity that requires product designers to imagine how people will live in the near future. So, we speculated that a familiar scenario that matches designers’ background can spark their entrepreneurial imaginativeness by empathic simulation and conducted (...)
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  233. Cooperation and Lateral Forces: Moving Beyond Bottom-Up and Top-Down Drivers of Animal Population Dynamics.Ying-Yu Chen, Dustin R. Rubenstein & Sheng-Feng Shen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Biologists have long known that animal population dynamics are regulated by a combination of bottom-up and top-down forces. Yet, economists have argued that human population dynamics can also be influenced by intraspecific cooperation. Despite awareness of the role of interspecific cooperation in influencing resource availability and animal population dynamics, the role of intraspecific cooperation under different environmental conditions has rarely been considered. Here we examine the role of what we call “lateral forces” that act within populations and interact with external (...)
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  234. Sense of Parenting Efficacy, Perceived Family Interactions, and Parenting Stress Among Mothers of Children With Autistic Spectrum Disorders.Yirong Chen, Tianyi Cheng & Fangyan Lv - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study examined the relationship between maternal sense of parenting efficacy and parental stress in children with autism and the moderating effect of family interaction. A total of 263 mothers of children with autism were investigated with the Parenting Ability Scale, Family Interaction Scale, and Parental Stress Scale. The results showed that maternal sense of parenting efficacy significantly predicted parental stress in children with autism; and family interaction significantly moderated the relationship between maternal sense of parenting efficacy and parental stress (...)
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    Compassion, Discrimination, and Prosocial Behaviors: Young Diasporic Chinese During the COVID-19 Pandemic.Youli Chen, Zicong Wang, Qi Zhang, Weizhen Dong, Jia Huei Chen Xu, Sizhe Ji Wu, Xiangyang Zhang & Chun Chen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic has fueled anti-Asian, especially anti-Chinese sentiments worldwide, which may negatively impact diasporic Chinese youths’ adjustment and prosocial development. This study examined the association between compassion, discrimination and prosocial behaviors in diasporic Chinese youths during the COVID-19 pandemic. 360 participants participated and completed the multi-country, cross-sectional, web-based survey between April 22 and May 9, 2020, the escalating stage of the pandemic. This study found compassion as prosocial behaviors’ proximal predictor, while discrimination independently predicted participation in volunteering, (...)
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  236. The Relationship Between Mindful Agency and Self-Leadership of Chinese Private College Undergraduates: Mediating Effect of Metacognitive Ability.Zhaojun Chen & Xingxia Zhang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    As one of 21st century key skills, self-leadership is not only the internal factor of private college undergraduates’ independent development, but also related to the quality improvement of talent cultivation of private undergraduate colleges. It is proved that mindfulness or metacognition separately has the predictive effect on self-leadership, but their structural relationships has not been revealed. The present study explored the interrelations between mindful agency, metacognitive ability, and self-leadership through the mediation analysis with structural equation modeling, and bootstrapping was conducted (...)
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    We Were All Once Young: Reducing Hostile Ageism From Younger Adults' Perspective.Zizhuo Chen & Xin Zhang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The worldwide spreading pandemic, COVID-19, has caused hostile ageism toward older adults. We adopted a new intervention to reduce such hostile ageism. “Imagine that they were Young” referred to the imagination of what an older adult might look like, think, and behave when they were once young, which was a reversed but refined intervention of the widely-used method of “Imagine that you were old.” In the present study, intergenerational tension was primed, and then 205 younger adults in China aged 18–37 (...)
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    The Test Based on Meta-Analysis on “Does Workaholism Prefer Task Performance or Contextual Performance?”.Bang Cheng & Jiajun Gu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The relationship between workaholism and work performance is explored by meta-analysis in this article. After searching relevant references, we had gained 94 individual effect sizes, 45 individual samples, and 37 references. Through the heterogeneity test, it was shown that the random effect model is more suitable. The main effect analysis showed that there is a significant positive correlation between workaholism, working excessively, working compulsively, and work performance, and further analysis showed that workaholism emphasizes the improvement of contextual performance. The subgroup (...)
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  239. Internationalization of Multinational Companies and Cognitive Differences Across Cultures: A Neuroeconomic Perspective.Huifang Cheng, George Kwame Agbanyo, Tianlun Zhu & HuiHong Pan - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    From a classical perspective, multinational companies operate based on market determinants, but recent economic discussions emphasize the central role of the human cognitive system in the decision-making process, thereby giving birth to interdisciplinary fields such as behavioral economics and neuroeconomics. While neuroeconomics is still considered an emerging field, hitherto scant studies have investigated the reflection of cultural experiences on the nervous system. Moreover, the interpretation of cultural diversity in the decision-making process, especially from a neuroeconomic perspective, has not been explored. (...)
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  240. The Depleting and Buffering Effects of Telecommuting on Wellbeing: Evidence From China During COVID-19.Jinkai Cheng & Chao Zhang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Meta-analytical research has demonstrated the benefits brought by telecommuting to wellbeing. However, we argue that such a setup in the course of the coronavirus disease pandemic exerts negative effects. On the basis of conservation of resources theory, this study determined how telecommuting depletes wellbeing through obstructing psychological detachment from work. Moreover, we incorporated family interfering with work and family–work enrichment as moderators that can buffer the negative effect of telecommuting on psychological detachment from work. Time-lagged field research was conducted with (...)
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  241. Type D Personality Is an Independent Predictor of Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms in Young Men.Wei-Ming Cheng, Ying-Jay Liou & Yu-Hua Fan - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This cross-sectional study, which included men aged 20–40 years, aimed to determine the relationships among type D personality, depressive symptoms and lower urinary tract symptoms in young men. An internet-based questionnaire was administered, and General demographics, International Prostate Symptom Scores, Type D Scale-14 scores, and Depression and Somatic Symptom Scale scores were analyzed. A total of 3,127 men were included; of these, 762 reported moderate/severe lower urinary tract symptoms, and 1,565 met the criteria for type D personality. Men with type (...)
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  242. Teachers Helping EFL Students Improve Their Writing Through Written Feedback: The Case of Native and Non-Native English-Speaking Teachers' Beliefs.Xiaolong Cheng & Lawrence Jun Zhang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Although the efficacy of teacher written feedback has been widely investigated, relatively few studies have been conducted from feedback practitioners' perspectives to investigate teachers' beliefs regarding it, particularly compare beliefs held by teachers with different sociocultural and linguistic backgrounds. Consequently, much remains to be known about teachers' conceptions about written feedback, who has different first languages. To bridge such a gap, we conducted this qualitative study to examine the similarities and differences between native English-speaking and non-native English-speaking teachers' beliefs in (...)
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  243. Understanding Residents’ Physical Activity Intention and Behavior Amid COVID-19 Pandemic.Xiaoyu Cheng & Wei Chen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Proper and regular physical activity plays an important role in improving people’s health. With the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has posed a serious threat to individual health, residents’ PA has aroused deep concern. Based on the theory of planned behavior, this study examines the impact of residents’ PA intention and behavior in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Data were collected from a sample of 961 residents in Wuhan in China using a questionnaire survey. The results show that residents’ (...)
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  244. Effect of Product Presentation Videos on Consumers' Purchase Intention: The Role of Perceived Diagnosticity, Mental Imagery, and Product Rating.Zhendong Cheng, Bingjia Shao & Yong Zhang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The product presentation videos on E-commerce platforms have a significant influence on consumers' purchase decisions, and enterprises have focused on choosing the type of product presentation videos. Based on the resource matching theory, mental imagery theory and cue utilization theory, this study investigated the influence of product presentation videos type on consumers' purchase intention and the moderating effect of product rating. Through three pre-experiments and two formal experiments, the results showed that the product usage video has a stronger effect on (...)
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  245. Effects of Pulsed-Wave Chromotherapy and Guided Relaxation on the Theta-Alpha Oscillation During Arrest Reaction.Guy Cheron, Dominique Ristori, Mathieu Petieau, Cédric Simar, David Zarka & Ana-Maria Cebolla - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The search for the best wellness practice has promoted the development of devices integrating different technologies and guided meditation. However, the final effects on the electrical activity of the brain remain relatively sparse. Here, we have analyzed of the alpha and theta electroencephalographic oscillations during the realization of the arrest reaction when a chromotherapy session performed in a dedicated room [Rebalance device], with an ergonomic bed integrating pulsed-wave light stimulation, guided breathing, and body scan exercises. We demonstrated that the PWL (...)
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  246. What Makes Indian Management Students Thrive? Role of Decision-Making Discretion, Broad Information Sharing, and Climate of Trust.Raina Chhajer & Smita Chaudhry - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Thriving is a psychological state in which individuals experience a sense of vitality and a sense of learning. Thriving come from relational connections with others, and is deeply rooted in social systems. Theoretical literature suggests that thriving occurs in the presence of decision-making discretion, broad information sharing, and a climate of trust. However, no study has investigated these environmental factors empirically. Using a multiple-studies approach, we established valid and reliable scale for each of these environmental factors using experimental vignettes, confirmed (...)
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    Predicting the Intention to Pursue Certified Professional Accountancy Qualification Among the Accounting Students.Tiw Kai Chi, Thai Sin Yi, Abdullah Al Mamun, Naeem Hayat, Anas A. Salamah & Qing Yang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The global progress empowers the development of new business and expansion of existing business. The availability of sufficient accounting professional are necessary to manage and document the business activities. However, youth are less inclined to purse accounting as profession to keep the progress of global and local economic development. The current study aimed to explore the formation of the intention to pursue Certified Professional Accountancy Qualification with factor of capabilities, career opportunities, job security with respect to the extended theory of (...)
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    Investigation of the Influence of Artificial Intelligence Markup Language-Based LINE ChatBot in Contextual English Learning.Yu-Cheng Chien, Ting-Ting Wu, Chia-Hung Lai & Yueh-Min Huang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study is intended to create an innovative contextual English learning environment making use of the widely used communication software, LINE ChatBot, based on the Artificial Intelligence Markup Language, in order to improve speaking and listening ability among learners. A total of 73 students were invited to participate in learning activities involving a 4-week English conversation exercise including both speaking and listening. Additionally, in order to explore the influence of competition on language acquisition, we added competition characteristics to the learning (...)
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  249. University Staff’s Perceptions of Community College Transfer Students’ Transition Experiences Within a “2+2” Pathway in an Asian Educational Context. [REVIEW]Shirley Siu Yin Ching, Wilson Yeung Yuk Kwok, Jeremy Tzi Dong Ng, Lillian Weiwei Zhang, Ceci Sze Wing Ho & Kin Cheung - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Various countries have alternative pathway policies for 2-year community college graduates to articulate to 2-year university study, forming a “2+2” pathway. However, few studies have explored university staff members’ perceptions of this “2+2” transfer pathway and their understanding of transfer students’ transition experiences. This descriptive qualitative study addressed this research gap. Forty-two academic and supporting staff participated in the focus group interviews. Specifically, the study explored the assets and challenges of the “2+2” pathway from the university staff perspective in Hong (...)
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  250. Psychosocial Effects of COVID-19 in the Ecuadorian and Spanish Populations: A Cross-Cultural Study.Ángela Ximena Chocho-Orellana, Paula Samper-García, Elisabeth Malonda-Vidal, Anna Llorca-Mestre, Alfredo Zarco-Alpuente & Vicenta Mestre-Escrivá - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The world's population is currently overcoming one of the worst pandemics, and the psychological and social effects of this are becoming more apparent. We will present an analysis of the psychosocial effects of COVID-19: first, a cross-sectional study in an Ecuadorian sample and second, a comparative study between two samples from the Ecuadorian and Spanish populations. Participants completed an online survey to describe how they felt before and after confinement; analyze which emotional and behavioral variables predict depressive symptoms, anxiety, and (...)
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  251. “It Is My Choice to Control Myself!”: Testing the Mediating Roles of Expectancy and Value in the Association Between Perceived Choice and Self-Control Success.Tak Sang Chow, Chin Ming Hui & Tiffany Sok U. Siu - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Past research suggested that when individuals feel that it is their free choice to perform a task, they are more likely to succeed. However, little has been known about the effect of perceived choice of self-control and the psychological processes underlying the benefits of this perception in everyday contexts. To fill this gap, a 7-day experience sampling study was conducted to test whether confidence in sustaining the current self-control activity and perceived value of current self-control could mediate the link between (...)
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  252. From Silence to Speaking Up About Sexual Violence in Greece: Olympic Journeys in a Culture That Neglects Safety.Stiliani “Ani” Chroni & Anna Kavoura - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The present study scrutinizes the role of societal culture in cases of sexual violence in Greek sport, as presented in the media after a two times Olympic medalist of Greece fired up the “‘me too’ Movement” in the country. Specifically, data for this study consisted of 36 media articles, reporting multiple cases of sexual abuse and harassment in Greek sport and were published between January 2021 and January 2022. We drew on the cultural praxis heuristic to explore how the cultural (...)
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    Strengths-Based Leadership and Turnover Intention: The Roles of Felt Obligation for Constructive Change and Job Control.Xixi Chu, He Ding, Lihua Zhang & Zhuyi Angelina Li - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    This study draws on the substitutes for leadership theory to investigate the association of strengths-based leadership with employee turnover intention and the mediating role of felt obligation for constructive change and the moderating role of job control in the linkage. Data were collected using a three-wave survey from a sample of 317 employees working in a variety of enterprises in China. The multiple regression analyses with bootstrapping procedure were utilized to examine the proposed hypotheses. The results indicate that strengths-based leadership (...)
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  254. Editorial: Connecting Music and Body Movement: Choreographic Approach of Performance.Zélia Chueke - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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    Assessment in Sport and Exercise Psychology: Considerations and Recommendations for Translation and Validation of Questionnaires.Luis Cid, Diogo Monteiro, Diogo Santos Teixeira, Anastasiia Evmenenko, Ana Andrade, Teresa Bento, Anabela Vitorino, Nuno Couto & Filipe Rodrigues - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Translating and validating measurement instruments in sport and exercise psychology is not an easy task. Rather, it is a task that requires effort and time, for the process is not limited to a simple translation to translate words from one language to another, just in order to make valid and reliable measure. All researchers should be aware that the only proper way is to adopt rigorous and robust methodologies to conduct the process from the preliminary stage of translation to reaching (...)
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  256. Perspective Taking Ability in Psychologically Maltreated Children: A Protective Factor in Peer Social Adjustment.Ada Cigala & Arianna Mori - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Perspective taking is conceptualized as a multidimensional construct characterized by three components: cognitive, affective, and visual. The experience of psychological maltreatment impairs the child’s emotional competence; in particular, maltreated children present difficulty in understanding and regulating emotions and in social understanding ability. In addition, the literature contains several contributions that highlight maladaptive behaviors of children with a history of maltreatment in peer interactions in the school context. Perspective taking ability has rarely been studied in maltreated children and the existing studies (...)
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    Facing the Pandemic in Italy: Personality Profiles and Their Associations With Adaptive and Maladaptive Outcomes.Flavia Cirimele, Concetta Pastorelli, Ainzara Favini, Chiara Remondi, Antonio Zuffiano, Emanuele Basili, Eriona Thartori, Maria Gerbino & Fulvio Gregori - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The negative impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on individuals’ psychosocial functioning was widely attested during the last year. However, the extent to which individual differences are associated with adaptive and maladaptive outcomes during quarantine in Italy remains largely unexplored. Using a person-oriented approach, the present study explored the association of personality profiles, based on three broad individual dispositions and two self-efficacy beliefs in the emotional area, with adaptive and maladaptive outcomes during the first Italian lockdown. In doing so, we focused (...)
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  258. Editorial: Psychophysiology of Stress.Vicente Javier Clemente-Suárez, Pantelis T. Nikolaidis, Beat Knechtle & Pablo Ruisoto - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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  259. Measuring Strengths, Opportunities, Aspirations, and Results: Psychometric Properties of the 12-Item SOAR Scale.Matthew L. Cole, Jacqueline M. Stavros, John Cox & Alexandra Stavros - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Strengths, Opportunities, Aspirations, and Results is a strengths-based framework for strategic thinking, planning, conversations, and leading that focuses on strengths, opportunities, aspirations, and results. The SOAR framework leverages and integrates Appreciative Inquiry to create a transformation process through generative questions and positive framing. While SOAR has been used by practitioners since 2000 as a framework for generating positive organizational change, its use in empirical research has been limited by the absence of reliable and valid measures. We report on the reliability, (...)
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  260. “A New Hope” for Positive Psychology: A Dynamic Systems Reconceptualization of Hope Theory.Rachel Colla, Paige Williams, Lindsay G. Oades & Jesus Camacho-Morles - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    In this review of the central tenets of hope theory, we examine the meta-theoretical, theoretical, and methodological foundations of the literature base. Our analysis moves from a broad examination of the research landscape in hope theory across disciplines, to a deeper investigation of the empirical literature in university students. This review highlights the significant impact of this body of research in advancing our understanding of aspects of thriving characterized by hope. However, we also evidence several limitations that may impede the (...)
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  261. The Spatial Learning Task of Lhermitte and Signoret (1972): Normative Data in Adults Aged 18–45.Alana Collins, Michael M. Saling, Sarah J. Wilson, Graeme D. Jackson & Chris Tailby - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    ObjectiveThe Spatial Learning Task of Lhermitte and Signoret is an object-location arbitrary associative learning task. The task was originally developed to evaluate adults with severe amnesia. It is currently used in populations where the memory system either is not yet fully developed or where it has been compromised. Normative data have been published for paediatric cohorts and for older adults, however no data exist for the intervening adult years.MethodHere, we address this gap, collecting normative data from 101 adults aged 18–45.ResultsOur (...)
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  262. Show Me, Tell Me: An Investigation Into Learning Processes Within Skateboarding as an Informal Coaching Environment.Rosie Collins, Dave Collins & Howie J. Carson - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Coach education is a learner-centred process, which often fails to consider the preferences of the consumer. Historically, research into performers’ experiences of coaching have been influenced by the social constructivism of learning: in short, an expressed preference for what the performer has experienced as determined by their coach, rather than their own personal preferences. Therefore, this research used skateboarding as a natural laboratory in order to explore the current practices and preferences of performers in a coach-free environment. Ninety-one skateboarders from (...)
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  263. Editorial: Perinatal Mental Health and Well-Being in Fathers.Ana Conde, Barbara Figueiredo & Jeannette Milgrom - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
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    An Event-Related Potential Study on Differences Between Higher and Lower Easy of Learning Judgments: Evidence for the Ease-of-Processing Hypothesis.Peiyao Cong & Ning Jia - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Easy of learning judgments occur before active learning begins, and it is a prediction of how difficult it will be to learn new material in future learning. This study compared the amplitude of event-related potential components and brain activation regions between high and low EOL judgments by adopting ERPs with a classical EOL judgment paradigm, aiming to confirm the ease-of-processing hypothesis. The results showed that the magnitudes of EOL judgments are affected by encoding fluency cues, and the judgment magnitude increases (...)
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  265. Informal Safety Communication of Construction Workers: Conceptualization and Scale Development and Validation.Weiyi Cong, Hong Xue, Huakang Liang, Yikun Su & Shoujian Zhang - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Existing studies have highlighted the importance of informal safety communication among workers at construction sites. However, there is still a lack of empirically tested theoretical models with valid and reliable scales for describing and measuring construction workers’ informal safety communication. Accordingly, this study aimed to fill this need by developing an instrument to assess the communication performance of construction workers. Four stages of scale development were described: construct formation, item generation, factor extraction through the exploratory factor analysis, and scale assessment (...)
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  266. The Relationship Between EFL Learners' Communication Apprehension, Self-Efficacy, and Emotional Intelligence.Wenjun Cong & Pengcheng Li - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    There is ample evidence that the success or failure of language learning is influenced by psychological processes in learners' minds. This review attempted to review the related studies on the relationship between English as a Foreign Language learners' emotional intelligence, communication apprehension, and self-efficacy. Few studies have been done on the correlation between self-efficacy and emotional intelligence. A positive significant correlation between emotional intelligence and self-efficacy has been confirmed in the literature. Studies have shown that interpersonal relationships, self-awareness, problem-solving skills, (...)
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  267. The Development of Intergroup Cooperation: Children Show Impartial Fairness and Biased Care.John Corbit, Hayley MacDougall, Stef Hartlin & Chris Moore - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    One of the most remarkable features of human societies is our ability to cooperate with each other. However, the benefits of cooperation are not extended to everyone. Indeed, another hallmark of human societies is a division between us and them. Favoritism toward members of our group can result in a loss of empathy and greater tolerance of harm toward those outside our group. The current study sought to investigate how in-group bias impacts the developmental emergence of concerns for fairness and (...)
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  268. The Relationship Between Women’s Negative Body Image and Disordered Eating Behaviors During the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional Study.Giulia Corno, Amélia Paquette, Johana Monthuy-Blanc, Marilou Ouellet & Stéphane Bouchard - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Recent studies have shed light on how the COVID-19 pandemic changed our lives, and most of them have documented its detrimental effect on eating habits. Until now, the effects of this global crisis on negative body image and its association with disordered eating behaviors remain largely understudied. This study aimed to investigate changes in frequency of disordered eating behaviors and negative body image among a community sample of women during the COVID-19 pandemic. Furthermore, we explored the possible relation between body (...)
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  269. Improving the Emotional Distress and the Experience of Hospitalization in Children and Adolescent Patients Through Animal Assisted Interventions: A Systematic Review.Cinzia Correale, Marta Borgi, Barbara Collacchi, Chiara Falamesca, Simonetta Gentile, Federico Vigevano, Simona Cappelletti & Francesca Cirulli - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    IntroductionAnimal Assisted Interventions are increasingly common in pediatric care settings as a means to promote the physical, mental, and emotional well-being of hospitalized children and adolescents.ObjectivesThe aim of this work was to review published studies implementing AAIs in hospital settings and to assess the effects of AAIs on the biobehavioral response to stress and pain, social behavior, quality of life and level of satisfaction with hospitalization in children and adolescents. Stress and burden, quality of life, mood and level of satisfaction (...)
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  270. Consequences, Motives, and Expectancies of Consumption as Predictors of Binge Drinking in University Women.María-Teresa Cortés-Tomás, José-Antonio Giménez-Costa, Patricia Motos-Sellés & María-Dolores Sancerni-Beitia - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The increasing presence of women, especially university women, in risky alcohol consumption such as Binge Drinking, which is associated with gender-specific biopsychosocial problems, makes it necessary to analyze the variables underlying BD in order to adjust possible interventions more in line with their reality. The motives and expectancies of this pattern of consumption, as well as the consequences derived from it, are some of the variables that are shown to have the greatest weight in the prediction of BD. In the (...)
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  271. The Benefits of Being Proactive While Working Remotely: Leveraging Self-Leadership and Job Crafting to Achieve Higher Work Engagement and Task Significance.Arianna Costantini & Jared Weintraub - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Given the growing number of remote and hybrid working arrangements, this research investigates the process and outcomes of proactivity during remote work. We approach proactivity during remote working as a resource-building process and integrate self-leadership and job crafting literature. We propose that employees’ self-leadership allows them to regulate their resources optimally, enabling resource availability that can be used to arrange remote working demands and resources proactively. We collected three-wave data from remote workers and tested our hypotheses using multilevel analyses. Results (...)
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  272. Athlete Leadership Development Within Teams: Current Understanding and Future Directions.Stewart T. Cotterill, Todd M. Loughead & Katrien Fransen - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Leadership has been shown to be a fundamental factor influencing the performance of sport teams. Within these teams, leadership can be provided by coaches, formal athlete leaders, such as team captains, and other ‘informal’ athlete leaders. The role of the athlete leader in a team, either formal or informal, has been consistently reported over the last 10 years to have a significant impact upon a teams’ functioning and effectiveness, as well as teammates’ general health and mental wellbeing. As such, cultivating (...)
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  273. Childhood Trauma and Cortisol Reactivity: An Investigation of the Role of Task Appraisals.Cory J. Counts, Annie T. Ginty, Jade M. Larsen, Taylor D. Kampf & Neha A. John-Henderson - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    BackgroundChildhood adversity is linked to adverse health in adulthood. One posited mechanistic pathway is through physiological responses to acute stress. Childhood adversity has been previously related to both exaggerated and blunted physiological responses to acute stress, however, less is known about the psychological mechanisms which may contribute to patterns of physiological reactivity linked to childhood adversity.ObjectiveIn the current work, we investigated the role of challenge and threat stress appraisals in explaining relationships between childhood adversity and cortisol reactivity in response to (...)
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  274. Brain Responses to a Self-Compassion Induction in Trauma Survivors With and Without Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.Jennifer L. Creaser, Joanne Storr & Anke Karl - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Self-compassion is a mechanism of symptom improvement in post-traumatic stress disorder, however, the underlying neurobiological processes are not well understood. High levels of self-compassion are associated with reduced activation of the threat response system. Physiological threat responses to trauma reminders and increased arousal are key symptoms which are maintained by negative appraisals of the self and self-blame. Moreover, PTSD has been consistently associated with functional changes implicated in the brain’s saliency and the default mode networks. In this paper, we explore (...)