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Do Better in Math: How Your Body Posture May Change Stereotype Threat Response

Erik Peper, Richard Harvey, Lauren Mason, I-Mei Lin
2018 NeuroRegulation  
Tor the participants with the lowest 30% TAMDBOS, there was no significant difference between slouched (M = 4.90) and erect positions (M = 4.0) .  ...  Half of the students sat in an erect position while the other half sat in a slouched position and were asked to mentally subtract 7 serially from 964 for 30 s.  ...  by less deactivation in brain regions that are jointly referred to as the default mode network."  ... 
doi:10.15540/nr.5.2.67 fatcat:iguvdmwmzneidbxv3upq5otm74

You can't be better than me: The role of the reference point in modulating people's pursuit of wealth

Andrea Pittarello, Enrico Rubaltelli, Rino Rumiati
2013 Journal of Economic Psychology  
-The roles of Indecisiveness, Anxiety, Perceived Control, and Worry 28) It Smells Good But Feels Bad: The Cross Cueing Effects of Olfactory Induced Emotion on Self-Regulation Maranduik, Alex J.  ...  (University of California, Irvine) 57) You can't be better than me: The role of the reference point in modulating people's pursuit of wealth Pittarello, Andrea (University of Padova); Rubaltelli, Enrico  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.joep.2013.05.006 fatcat:yphqnufsjfchvclbazmrqdrdnq

PSYCHIATRY FOR BETTER WORLD: COVID-19 AND BLAME GAMES PEOPLE PLAY FROM PUBLIC AND GLOBAL METAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVE

Miro Jakovljevic, Department of Psychiatry and Psychological Medicine, University Hospital Centre Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia, Ivan Jakovljevic, Sarah Bjedov, Filip Mustac, Department of Psychiatry and Psychological Medicine, University Hospital Centre Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia, Department of Psychiatry and Psychological Medicine, University Hospital Centre Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia, Department of Psychiatry and Psychological Medicine, University Hospital Centre Zagreb, Zagreb, Croatia
2020 Psychiatria Danubina  
The detrimental effects of the COVID-19 blame games are seen in a lack of cohesion and coherence in the anti-COVID-19 solving strategies.  ...  The scapegoat is expectedly always bad, wrong and immoral, commonly black evil.  ...  Ivan Jakovljevic, Sarah Bjedov & Filip Mustac: comments on the concept of article, literature searches, writing some parts of manuscript, approval of the final version.  ... 
doi:10.24869/psyd.2020.221 pmid:32796790 fatcat:u47hrqfwofavxbq4whmadhnune

'He Has a Better Chance Here, So We Stay'. Children's Education and Parental Migration Decisions [chapter]

Magdalena Ślusarczyk, Agnieszka Małek
2021 IMISCOE Research Series  
In our research we found that the interviewees consider a Norwegian education as a 'currency', a credential in the sense that it will give their children access to further studies and/or better jobs.  ...  AbstractIn our chapter we take the concept of agency and apply it to migrants' search for a safe present and a good future for their children, who face the global challenges of living in a risk society  ...  Solveig, 69 years old, explains that 'Many people asked me when I started: "Why are you here ... you do not have to work?" It doesn't have to do with that. […] You have to feel good about yourself'.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-67615-5_5 fatcat:jwslgj4mmvhcpem5ph32uexr44

Rest Is Not Idleness

Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Joanna A. Christodoulou, Vanessa Singh
2012 Perspectives on Psychological Science  
future, and feeling social emotions with moral connotations.  ...  When people wakefully rest in the functional MRI scanner, their minds wander, and they engage a so-called default mode (DM) of neural processing that is relatively suppressed when attention is focused  ...  Funding Mary Helen Immordino-Yang was supported by the Brain and Creativity Institute Fund, by the Rossier School of Education, and by a grant from the Office of the Provost at the University of Southern  ... 
doi:10.1177/1745691612447308 pmid:26168472 fatcat:uekczeicsjeivltrzlocvmvcay

How understanding the neurobiology of complex post-traumatic stress disorder can inform clinical practice: a social cognitive and affective neuroscience approach

R. A. Lanius, R. L. Bluhm, P. A. Frewen
2011 Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica  
regulation, social emotional processing and self-referential processing.  ...  How understanding the neurobiology of complex post-traumatic stress disorder can inform clinical practice: a social cognitive and affective neuroscience approach.  ...  The default mode network.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1600-0447.2011.01755.x pmid:21854369 fatcat:orogdxy5u5c2lkkfrfldeunqbi

Research [chapter]

2021 Mindfulness and Meditation at University  
significant research findings are highlighted below. • default mode network • "attentional blink" effect • vigilance, selective and executive attention • body awareness • the regulation of emotions •  ...  own feelings. 71 Emotional regulation means: not being the pawn of your own emotions and being able to observe them from outside oneself.  ... 
doi:10.14361/9783839456965-008 fatcat:qqlhoq5awvbkrg7asnfsfl322u

Enhancing Neuroplasticity to Improve Peak Performance

Nidamangala Srinivasa Srinivasan
2012 Biofeedback  
The higher the amplitude of SMR, the greater the self-regulation over one's own default network.  ...  The moment values degrade, even at the level of thoughts and feelings, performance is adversely affected.  ...  Motor and executive quiescence essentially establishes better self-regulation or control over the default network in the brain.  ... 
doi:10.5298/1081-5937-40.1.2 fatcat:3whsbbvlkrfrhcoigckiq3zvrq

Foreword [chapter]

Jon Kabat-Zinn
2020 The Craving Mind  
That makes us rather remarkable in terms of what we are capable of. The miracle of being human can be readily seen everywhere once you train your eye and your heart to look.  ...  It transcends and embraces all the pain and suffering that comes with the human condition, and that we so often cause ourselves and one another by ignoring who and what we really are.  ...  This region has been termed the default mode network (DMN), for obvious reasons.  ... 
doi:10.12987/9780300227604-001 fatcat:v2dqkvoq3rdunodddmyn6vrjm4

Ambivalence in International Dialogue: Implications for Diplomatic Training

Shamsiyya Mustafayeva, Astrid Schnitzer-Skjønsberg
2016 FLEKS: Scandinavian Journal of Intercultural Theory and Practice  
We argue that it is essential to include these emotional, social, and cultural competences in diplomatic training so that diplomats may become effective bridge-builders.  ...  By the nature of their work, diplomats work in multicultural environments. Working in intercultural settings can involve grey areas, paradoxes, and a wide range of emotions.  ...  One diplomat put it like this: "You refocus so much at all levels [when you begin a new posting]. You do a lot of observation, you go back to default."  ... 
doi:10.7577/fleks.1686 fatcat:dsk3efmqtjc33nfrmq22f7rm5q

"I Need to Start Listening to What my Body Is Telling Me.": Does Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Help People with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?

Bridie O'Dowd, Gemma M. Griffith
2020 Human Arenas  
I 've been aware of how stressful situations and my emotions could sometimes make me worse. You have all these scenarios-'Oh god!  ...  Crane (2008) describes the goal-driven "doing" mode as being cognitively focused and future orientated.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s42087-020-00123-9 fatcat:dmymoufc2jcknnbzvuttm56jma

Theory of Robot Communication: II. Befriending a Robot over Time [article]

Johan F. Hoorn
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Theory of Affective Bonding), the current paper proposes an explanation of how over time, people experience the mediated or simulated aspects of the interaction with a social robot.  ...  comes into play, holding the robot for an autonomous social actor.  ...  The social construct that will gain momentum is that of a friendly confidante. A friend listens, takes you for who you are, and does not judge. That is exactly what state-of-the-art social robots do.  ... 
arXiv:1812.04406v1 fatcat:m4nbq5vksbgpvocvod3e7ja4aq

"Sparks that became a little light over time": A qualitative investigation of musicking as a means of coping in adults with PTSD

Iftach Ophir, Rebecca Jacoby, Sukru Torun
2020 PLoS ONE  
with the trauma and its symptoms via nonverbal language.  ...  The project consists of individual music lessons once a week and a musical enrichment group that meets once a month.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank all participants in the study and The Lin and Ted Arison Israel Conservatory of Music in Tel Aviv, especially Ms.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0228050 pmid:31999728 fatcat:cwnuyvpzdjbfxeby3nk5puqr6i

Developing our students' level of mindfulness during these unprecedented times

Peter Reilly, Universidad Panamericana, Mexico
2020 Journal of University Teaching and Learning Practice  
This instructional paper describes how and why three professors in Mexico include a brief, daily mindful practice in class to help their students cope with the negative emotions that may arise.  ...  The pandemic has provoked disruptions in students' lives and studies worldwide, which has caused them to feel moderate to high levels of anxiety and stress.  ...  I have been doing this before my exams and my results were really good. It helps me to concentrate better, to maintain stable emotions, it reduces my levels of the daily stress, among others.  ... 
doi:10.53761/1.17.5.20 fatcat:xsmjxzekcffl3jta52gu627dfa

Mindful Attachment: An Organic Way to Work with Children Who Have Been Through Complex Trauma and Neglect

Christine Forner
2019 Frontiers in the Psychotherapy of Trauma and Dissociation  
By translating what is known about mindfulness into the realm of attachment, human bonding and care for our young, we can understand that mindfulness can also be seen as a skill involved in social engagement  ...  By examining mindfulness from a human bonding lens, one can understand that there are many functions of mindfulness that are better understood from a neurobiologicalaffect-regulation perspective than from  ...  The brain's Default Mode Network and Stress/Salience Network are active and interconnected when we are regulating, articulating and expressing our emotions with intelligence (Doll et al., 2016) .  ... 
doi:10.46716/ftpd.2019.0027 fatcat:n77db6ijenb2vgkav3qiyol57y
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