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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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The Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (English)
The development of a self-report measure of subjectively assessed social support, the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS), is described. ... [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]
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The Psychology of Conspiracy Theories
What psychological factors drive the popularity of conspiracy theories, which explain important events as secret plots by powerful and malevolent groups? What are the psychological consequences o... [Read More]
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Cultural Foundations of Political Psychology
Over the centuries all of the great philosophers made psychology central to understanding social life. Indeed, the ancient Greeks thought it impossible to conceive of political life without insight in... [Read More]
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The psychology of whistleblowing
Highlights•Whistleblowing represents a tradeoff between fairness and loyalt•Personal, situational, and cultural factors stemming from this tradeoff influence whistleblowing.... [Read More]
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Nothing in Human Behavior Makes Sense Except in the Light of Culture: Shared Interests of Social Psychology and Cultural Evolution | SpringerLink
Over the past few decades, evolutionary approaches to understanding human behavior have become more widespread. Here we describe one such approach: cultural evolution. Cultural evolution can be... [Read More]
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Time discounting and criminal behavior | PNAS
I really enjoyed while reading this article but I have doubts that time whether time discounting is quantifiable. [Read More]
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Searching for the neural causes of criminal behavior | PNAS
Titles from the given article:-A Disconnection Approach-Reorganization and Individual Differences-Moral Responsibility and Free Will [Read More]
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Criminal Profiling: Real Science or Just Wishful Thinking? (2000)
Criminal profiling is designed to generate information on a perpetrator of a crime, usually a serial offender, through an analysis of the crime scene left by the perpetrator.... [Read More]
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the design and evaluation of a game that teaches people not to fall for phish
our results confirm that games can be an effective way of educating people about phishing and other security attacks.... [Read More]