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#1Michael T. McKayH-Index: 19
#1Michael T. McKay (RCSI: Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland)H-Index: 3
Last. Jon C. ColeH-Index: 34
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#1Megha Bharti (DU: University of Delhi)
#2Vivek Suneja (DU: University of Delhi)
Last. Mehak Bharti (UG: University of Groningen)
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Abstract null null Extant research in consumer behaviour has demonstrated the pervasiveness of conspicuous consumption as a means of psychological salve from inner conflicts such as self-discrepancies with regard to one's status, abilities, power or self-esteem. In this paper we propose mindfulness as an antidote to conspicuous consumption behaviour. Using structural equation modelling and survey responses of 588 consumers (312 non-meditators and 276 meditators), the current research examines th...
#1Pamela Parada-Fernández (UEM: European University of Madrid)H-Index: 2
#2David Herrero-Fernández (UEM: European University of Madrid)H-Index: 9
Last. Patricia Comesaña (UEM: European University of Madrid)
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Abstract null null The current global pandemic situation due to the Covid-19 has implied several consequences at all psychological levels. One of the main differences with respect to the pre-pandemic life in most of countries around the world is the obligation to wear a mask for citizens. This new habit could have several issues for human relationships. The current research aimed to explore the effect of wearing a mask on both emotion recognition and perception of attractiveness. Two hundred and...
#1Katja M. Pollak (University of Ulm)
#2Sally Olderbak (University of Ulm)H-Index: 13
Last. Nicholas D. Duran (ASU: Arizona State University)H-Index: 15
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Abstract null null To better understand individual differences in the expression of emotion within intimate relationships, we evaluated and compared patterns in facial expressions of joy against patterns in self-reported expressions of emotions in romantic couples. Using conversational data from 44 heterosexual romantic couples discussing four different topics, we examined the impact of stress on emotion expression, similarity in emotion expression between partners, and the influence of one part...
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals missed out on important life events, but it was also a chance for some to engage with new interests or values. This research examined how individuals higher in perfectionism experienced missed and gained events during the pandemic, and how their perceptions of these events influenced their mental health. University students (N = 350) were surveyed in September 2020, assessing perfectionism, depression, missed/gained events, and need satisfaction rel...
#1Fadwa Cazala (The Mind Research Network)
#2Paul J. Zak (CGU: Claremont Graduate University)H-Index: 35
Last. Carla L. Harenski (The Mind Research Network)H-Index: 19
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Abstract null null Sexual sadists derive pleasure from humiliation, domination and infliction of pain on victims. They display increased penile arousal and activation of brain regions involved in sexual arousal and emotional states when viewing stimuli depicting individuals in physical distress. Neuroactive hormones modulate these regions, but it is unknown if sexual sadists also have endocrine responses to depictions of individuals in distress. The present study examined endocrine responses, el...
#1Abira Reizer (Ariel University)H-Index: 9
#2Yifat Munk (Ariel University)
Last. Lotem Katz Frankfurter (Ariel University)
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Abstract null null The present paper examined the contribution of optimism and humor styles to well-being during the COVID-19 lockdown period. Furthermore, we examined whether these direct associations were mediated by two common COVID-19 challenges––work-family interface (WFI) and COVID-19 fears. Israeli employees (N = 356) completed an online survey during lockdown restrictions (69% women, 57.20% held academic degrees, Mage = 30.70, age-range = 20–61). Both optimism and adaptive humor revealed...
#1Bin-Na Kim (Gachon University)
#2Hyo Shin Kang (KNU: Kyungpook National University)
Abstract null null Perceived stress is associated with low life satisfaction; however, the underlying mechanism is relatively underexplored. This study investigated whether rumination might mediate this link during the highly stressful COVID-19 pandemic. Building on the distinction between the subtypes of rumination, we predicted that reflection and brooding would sequentially mediate this relationship and that maladaptive brooding would negatively influence life satisfaction. A representative s...
#1Gleidson Diego Lopes Loureto (UFPB: Federal University of Paraíba)H-Index: 2
#2Valdiney Veloso Gouveia (UFPB: Federal University of Paraíba)H-Index: 32
Last. Leogildo Alves Freires (UFAL: Federal University of Alagoas)H-Index: 4
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Abstract null null We tested the effects of fast-slow life history strategies (HS) and ascribed human values' endorsement on an individual's desirability as a long-term partner. Three hypotheses were tested through a mix-model design: 2 (sex: women/men) × 2 (ascribed values: social/personal) × 2 (life history strategies: slow/fast). The results showed that individuals who endorse social values (vs. personal values) and display slow HS (vs. fast HS) were evaluated as more desirable long-term part...
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