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#1Kathryn L. Ossenfort (Tufts University)H-Index: 4
#2Derek M. Isaacowitz (NU: Northeastern University)H-Index: 40
Most work on emotional attention in aging has focused exclusively on stimulus valence, with very few studies systematically examining how younger and older adults may differ in their attention to emotional stimuli that varies by both valence and arousal. This could be potentially important when evaluating early attentional processes, as previous work has shown that attention to positive and negative content is similar when levels of arousal are equivalent. In the current study younger (n = 48) a...
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#1Haopeng Chen (SWU: Southwest University)H-Index: 1
#2Jiwen Li (SWU: Southwest University)
Last. Juan Yang (SWU: Southwest University)
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A prevalent explanation for the self-reference effect is that self-knowledge is represented by a set of specific brain regions, including anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), middle frontal gyrus (MFG), superior temporal gyrus (STG), precuneus, and inferior parietal lobule (IPL), which enables self-knowledge to be processed in priority than other-knowledge. However, the conventional univariate activation analysis adopted by previous studies could only detect the activation of separate brain regions....
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#1Monika Wróbel (University of Łódź)H-Index: 7
#2Magda Piorkowska (University of Łódź)
Last. Michał Olszanowski (University of Social Sciences and Humanities)H-Index: 5
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Three studies investigated the effects of two fundamental dimensions of social perception on emotional contagion (i.e., the transfer of emotions between people). Rooting our hypotheses in the Dual Perspective Model of Agency and Communion (Abele and Wojciszke in Adv Exp Soc Psychol 50:198–255, null null null null null null null null null null null null null null https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-12-800284-1.00004-7 null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null null...
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#1Rachel L. Bailey (FSU: Florida State University)H-Index: 10
#2Grace Tianjiao Wang (Bradley University)
Last. Jiawei Liu (JNU: Jinan University)H-Index: 3
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Ambient lighting has been identified as a motivationally relevant context that affects cognition, emotion, and behavior, including food consumption and choice. This study adds to this body of work utilizing optimal foraging theory, which predicts individuals will prefer foods that deliver the most energy while costing the least energy to obtain. The environmental contexts in which one will have to forage alter perceived energy expenditure. An experiment was performed in which young adults viewed...
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#1Nevin SolakH-Index: 5
#2Maya Tamir (HUJI: Hebrew University of Jerusalem)H-Index: 43
Last. Eran Halperin (HUJI: Hebrew University of Jerusalem)H-Index: 74
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Research on system justification theory suggests that justifying the societal status quo decreases negative emotions, leading to less collective action. In this investigation, we propose that the degree to which negative emotions mediate the link between system justification and collective action may depend upon whether individuals tend to suppress the expression of their negative emotions. We tested this hypothesis in the diverse socio-political contexts of Turkey, Israel, and the U.S. In one c...
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#1Jan Digutsch (Technical University of Dortmund)
#2Stefan Diestel (University of Wuppertal)H-Index: 1
In the present study, we examined how different forms of achievement motive interact to predict daily flow experience and work engagement. In particular, we conducted two diary studies to examine the main and interaction effects of motive enactment via extension memory (a macrosystem that enables holistic and experience-based information processing) and via the object recognition system (an alert-oriented macrosystem). In study 1, in line with personality systems interaction (PSI) theory, we fou...
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#1Brook L. Haight (Brock University)
#2Michael A. Busseri (Brock University)H-Index: 28
Based on an integrative self-regulatory framework, we examined the implications of viewing one’s anticipated future health as a goal (desired for the future) or a standard (desired at present). Two studies, one experimental (N = 747; M age = 25; 54% female) and one correlational (N = 407; M age = 24; 55% female), assessed beliefs about future health, affect, motivation, health behaviour intentions (both studies), and health behaviour choices (Study 2). In both studies, whether anticipated future...
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While previous research has shown that emotions are related to students’ achievement, little is known about a comprehensive and cross-national evaluation regarding the function of emotions in learning in different parts of the world. Based on the control-value theory, emotions are assumed to serve as mediators between cognitive appraisals (i.e., control and value) and academic performance. The goal of this study is to examine whether two frequently experienced emotions—enjoyment and boredom—medi...
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#1M. V. AlfimovaH-Index: 13
#2T. V. LezheikoH-Index: 7
Last. Vera GolimbetH-Index: 23
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Deficient anticipatory and preserved consummatory pleasure are hypothesized in schizophrenia-spectrum conditions. However, corresponding findings regarding schizotypy are inconsistent presumably due to heterogeneity of schizotypal traits. We explored the relationships of trait anticipatory and consummatory pleasure with schizotypal features in 740 individuals using network modelling and cluster analysis and then, in a subsample of 191 subjects, examined whether clusters with distinct constellati...
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#1William GilbertH-Index: 1
#2Julien S. BureauH-Index: 9
Last. Frédéric GuayH-Index: 51
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