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    Validation of Herek’s attitudes toward lesbian women and gay men scale among undergraduates in mainland China.Junfang Wang, Yusi Liu, Guochen Fu, Yifan Chen, Lei Wu, Mingliang Pan, Yuli Yang, Zhuo Chen, Yu Cao, Yong Li, Hao Wang, Bixiang Wang, Ruyi Du, Yanting Xiong, Wei Liu, Nuo Xu, Xiaobao Xia, Qianqian Li, Chengcheng Lv & Fang Ruan - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    The lack of a standardized reliable and valid instrument makes it difficult to measure attitudes toward lesbian women and gay men consistently and thus poses a challenge to compare and contrast intervention measures. This study aimed to validate Herek’s ATLG scale among undergraduates in mainland China and identify factors associated with negative attitudes toward LG. A total of 6,036 eligible undergraduates conveniently drawn from 30 provinces across mainland China were randomly split in half. Item analysis was first used to select (...)
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    Social Creativity and Entrepreneurial Intentions of College Students: Mediated by Career Adaptability and Moderated by Parental Entrepreneurial Background.Libing Zhang, Qianqian Li, Ting Zhou, Chun Li, Chuanhua Gu & Xiuli Zhao - 2022 - Frontiers in Psychology 13.
    Drawing on social cognitive career theory, this study aims to ascertain how social creativity influences college students’ entrepreneurial intentions, based on the mediating role of career adaptability and the moderating role of parental entrepreneurial background. A total of 715 college students completed an online survey designed to collect information on these variables. SPSS was used to test the model. The results indicate that after controlling for gender and individual entrepreneurial experience, college students with a high level of social creativity were (...)
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    Efficacy of twice-daily high-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on associative memory.Qiang Hua, Yuanyuan Zhang, Qianqian Li, Xiaoran Gao, Rongrong Du, Yingru Wang, Qian Zhou, Ting Zhang, Jinmei Sun, Lei Zhang, Gong-jun Ji & Kai Wang - 2022 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 16.
    ObjectivesSeveral studies have examined the effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on associative memory but findings were inconsistent. Here, we aimed to test whether twice-daily rTMS could significantly improve AM.MethodsIn this single-blind, sham-controlled experiment, 40 participants were randomized to receive twice-daily sham or real rTMS sessions for five consecutive days. The stimulation target in left inferior parietal lobule exhibiting peak functional connectivity to the left hippocampus was individually defined for each participant. Participants completed both a picture-cued word association task and (...)
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