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Controversy or consensus? Recommendations for psychiatrists on psychiatry, religion and spirituality
AbstractObjectiveAlthough there is still a lot of controversy surrounding the debates on religion and psychiatry, working toward consensus based on clinical experience and research seems to be f... [Read More]
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Nationalist cosmopolitanism: the psychology of cosmopolitanism, national identity, and going to war for the country
A frequently expressed criticism of cosmopolitanism by liberal nationalist theorists is that its moral universalism is incompatible with national identity and patriotic obligations, defined as obligat... [Read More]
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Predicting subjective judgment of best focus with objective image quality metrics | JOV | ARVO Journals
Subjective judgment of best focus does not minimize RMS wavefront error (Zernike defocus = 0), nor create paraxial focus (Seidel defocus = 0), but makes the retina conjugate to a plane between the... [Read More]
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Gender differences in punishment and reward sensitivity in a sample of Taiwanese college students
Reward and punishment sensitivity is a critical component of individual personality. Previous studies based on a number of personality theories have suggested gender differences in reward and pu... [Read More]
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Reply to Mathôt and Naber: Neuroimaging shows that pupil mimicry is a social phenomenon | PNAS
We recently reported that an individual’s pupils mimic changes in the pupils of his or her interaction partner, that mimicking dilating pupils associates with more trust in economic games, and t... [Read More]
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The Dark Side of Authority: Antecedents, Mechanisms, and Outcomes of Organizational Corruption | SpringerLink
Corruption poisons corporations in America and around the world, and has devastating consequences for the entire social fabric. In this article, we focus o [Read More]
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Networks, From the Brain to the Internet and Back | Alessandro Crimi | TEDxMünster
Interesting talk about varies forms of networks (citations are within the video) Networks, From the Brain to the Internet and Back | Alessandro Crimi | TEDxMünsterhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=... [Read More]
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Subclinical paranoid beliefs and enhanced neural response during processing of unattractive faces
Dynamic face stimuli activate face processing and limbic brain regions.Unattractive faces are linked to higher activation of these regions.     Subclinical paranoid beliefs enhance the ... [Read More]
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Factors Affecting Web Site Visit Duration: A Cross-Domain Analysis
Factors Affecting Web Site Visit Duration: A Cross-Domain AnalysisMarketing Psychology [Read More]
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Indigenising Westernised Chinese psychology
I have had a professional dream for about twenty years-to turn the unhealthily Westernised psychology in Chinese societies into a genuinely indigenous Chinese psychology. ... [Read More]
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The association value of random shapes.
Association value, content, and heterogeneity of associative responses were determined for 180 random shapes of varying complexity (number of points). ... [Read More]
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Saving Positive Freedom
 Nelson confuses a conceptual dispute with a normative one based on moral or political principle. [Read More]
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Experimental Social Innovation as an Alternative to a Pseudo-Relevant Social Psychology
This paper assesses the responses of social psychologists to these pressures in terms of research activities and graduate training models. [Read More]
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Determinism, "Freedom," and Psychotherapy
 Indeed, it is inconceivable that we could explain or count on anything in the physical world without relying on the basic assumption that all phenomena are strictly determined.  [Read More]