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This time with motivation: The implications of social neuroscience for research on motivated self- and other-perception (and vice versa)

Jennifer S. Beer
2011 Motivation and Emotion  
Despite the acknowledgement that motivation influences social cognition such as self-perception, neural models of self-perception have been conspicuously silent on how motivational states affect the neural  ...  Early neural research on self-evaluation began testing whether self-evaluation was somehow neurally different than evaluations of other people and inanimate objects.  ...  case that neural models of social cognition must consider behavioral research on motivated social cognition (Beer 2007) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11031-011-9259-0 fatcat:ay7mu5j6hnga7ek2ufhkhmy7ji

Physiological Feelings

Edward F. Pace-Schott, Marlissa C. Amole, Tatjana Aue, Michela Balconi, Lauren M. Bylsma, Hugo Critchley, Heath A. Demaree, Bruce H. Friedman, Anne Elizabeth Kotynski Gooding, Olivia Gosseries, Tanja Jovanovic, Lauren A.J. Kirby (+11 others)
2019 Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews  
Subsequent views have integrated the forebrain's ability to initiate, represent and simulate such physiological events.  ...  "Interoception" has come to represent the brain's receipt and representation of these actual and "virtual" somatic changes that may or may not enter conscious awareness but, nonetheless, influence feelings  ...  Moore, Samuel Gazecki, Ryan Bottary, Brianna Pastro, Isabella Spaulding, Katrina Munoz and Dr. Per Davidson. Dr. Pace-Schott is supported by MH109638, MH115279.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neubiorev.2019.05.002 pmid:31125635 fatcat:b6k6opus35bijktfrczawmknlu

Risk as feelings

George F. Loewenstein, Elke U. Weber, Christopher K. Hsee, Ned Welch
2001 Psychological bulletin  
They assume that people assess the desirability and likelihood of possible outcomes of choice alternatives and integrate this information through some type of expectation-based calculus to arrive at a  ...  Drawing on research from clinical, physiological, and other subfields of psychology, they show that emotional reactions to risky situations often diverge from cognitive assessments of those risks.  ...  Such cognitive evaluations have affective consequences, and feeling states also exert a reciprocal influence on cognitive evaluations.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-2909.127.2.267 fatcat:hv3isdp6z5cebp2y7h5yd52qc4

Risk as feelings

George F. Loewenstein, Elke U. Weber, Christopher K. Hsee, Ned Welch
2001 Psychological bulletin  
They assume that people assess the desirability and likelihood of possible outcomes of choice alternatives and integrate this information through some type of expectation-based calculus to arrive at a  ...  Drawing on research from clinical, physiological, and other subfields of psychology, they show that emotional reactions to risky situations often diverge from cognitive assessments of those risks.  ...  Such cognitive evaluations have affective consequences, and feeling states also exert a reciprocal influence on cognitive evaluations.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-2909.127.2.267 pmid:11316014 fatcat:m44gyulmwbesjk7ixo2hefr7tu

I Feel What You Feel: Empathy and Placebo Mechanisms for Autonomous Virtual Humans [chapter]

Julien Saunier, Hazaël Jones, Domitile Lourdeaux
2009 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
These factors have an impact on both the individual behavior and the collective one. This requires to take into account the empathy phenomenon.  ...  Computational modeling of emotion, physiology and personality is a major challenge in order to design believable virtual humans.  ...  Collective behavior is not an aggregation of individual behaviors [11] ; in particular because of empathy [16] and, combined with biased reasoning, placebo/nocebo effects.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-04380-2_35 fatcat:nskexyd5ivba3lguawyvz4nibm

Facts versus `Feelings'

Susan E. Morgan, Michael T. Stephenson, Tyler R. Harrison, Walid A. Afifi, Shawn D. Long
2008 Journal of Health Psychology  
Structural equation modeling of data gathered from 4426 participants at six different geographic locations in the United States demonstrates that cognitive-based factors (such as knowledge about donation  ...  ) are less influential on the decision to donate than noncognitive variables such as the desire to maintain bodily integrity, worries that signing a donor card might 'jinx' a person, and medical mistrust  ...  Just as entertainment-education has been effective in changing attitudes and behaviors in support of important health behaviors, it is possible that entertainmentmiseducation has been equally effective  ... 
doi:10.1177/1359105308090936 pmid:18519438 fatcat:xbl3g6k6znfqfnu7tmb6nh2eci

Feeling Trusted or Feeling Used? The Relationship Between Perceived Leader Trust, Reciprocation Wariness, and Proactive Behavior

Suyang Ye, Yunchun Xiao, Shuang Wu, Lixia Wu
2021 Psychology Research and Behavior Management  
Integrating the trait activation theory and self-evaluation psychological states, this study develops and tests the double-edged effects of perceived leader trust on proactive behavior through the different  ...  In a word, this paper deeply analyzes the mechanism and boundary conditions of perceived leader trust influencing employees' psychological state and behavior, contributing to organizational trust and workplace  ...  This is because perceived trust always accompany with the feeling of more role expectation from the leader, which will potentially lead employees to take on more challenging roles with limited time and  ... 
doi:10.2147/prbm.s328458 pmid:34588826 pmcid:PMC8473025 fatcat:rtpvabjv7nc3blukar6drrwg3i

Feeling and Doing: Affective Influences on Interpersonal Behavior

Joseph P. Forgas
2002 Psychological Inquiry  
This article redresses this imbalance by presenting an integrative review of past and present ideas about the role of affect in interpersonal behavior.  ...  Numerous recent studies found that affect plays an important role in social cognition and judgments influence of affective states on how people plan and execute real, strategic interpersonal behaviors  ...  Both effects are subject to a number of boundary conditions, and integrative models such as the AIM do a reasonably good job of explaining when and why mood effects on interpersonal behavior should or  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327965pli1301_01 fatcat:6k6w7fzybffqbesigqcaftlc5y

How Do You Feel?

Jacqueline N. Wood, Jordan Grafman
2002 Contemporary Psychology  
He then presents modern theories of emotion, discussing dimensional, discrete emotion-based, meaning-based, and componential models with their re- spective emphases on subjective feel- ing, behavioral  ...  Essays by Bernard Pachoud and by Jean-Luc Petit discuss how visual information must be integrated over time and must be correlated with movement to be meaningful.  ... 
doi:10.1037/001156 fatcat:crugkw6vhbaotl2gq5cveygyzu

Effects of violent movies and trait hostility on hostile feelings and aggressive thoughts

Craig A. Anderson
1997 Aggressive Behavior  
Early stages of the affective aggression model. Adapted from Fig. 2 . 2 Effects of movie violence and trait hostility on feelings of state hostility.  ...  The complete mixed model regression analysis, which included all main and interaction effects of movie, gender, and trait hostility, revealed exactly this pattern of results.  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1098-2337(1997)23:3<161::aid-ab2>3.0.co;2-p fatcat:oegap37f7bhejbuyjrjoa33r2y

The Logic of Feeling

Michel Tuan Pham
2004 Journal of Consumer Psychology  
This adaptivity transpires (a) in the variety of goal-relevant signals that feelings convey, (b) the flexibility with which feelings are interpreted, (c) the judgmental properties of feelings, and (d)  ...  Based on these principles and regularities, it is argued that the role of feelings in judgment and decision making may be more adaptive than has been assumed in most academic circles.  ...  He then demonstrated this with cognitive feelings (e.g., accessibility, fluency, familiarity) in his more recent work on the ease-of-retrieval effect (e.g., Schwarz et al., 1991) and related work on  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15327663jcp1404_5 fatcat:jh3vqsndsbbz5h6uiddde46iwy

Projective-cognitive assessment of thoughts and feelings and their relationship to adaptive behavior in a dental situation

W M Nelson, S N Cholera
1986 Adolescence  
Measures of these variables (interviews using TAT-like cards, State-Trait Anxiety Inventory for Children, Behavior Profile Rating Scale) were taken from 23 adolescents prior to and during their dental  ...  The purpose of this study is to examine the interrelationships among coping statements, a self-report measure of anxiety and maladaptive overt behavior in a real-life stressful situation.  ...  While on the surface this may seem contradictory to cognitive- behavioral models, it may be that what occurred in the natural on- going coping process is that individuals attempt to deal with stressful  ... 
pmid:3825667 fatcat:dkz7r2dvm5bu3btnb55zgwroiu

Feeling Mixed, Ambivalent, and in Flux: The Social Functions of Emotional Complexity for Leaders

Naomi B. Rothman, Shimul Melwani
2017 Academy of Management Review  
We explore a relational factor-the followers' shared vantage point with their leader-and a situational factor-competing demands as moderators of this relationship.  ...  We draw attention to the broader implications of our theorizing for research on leadership and emotions and its practical implications for management.  ...  Whereas prior research has thus far offered cognitive antecedents of paradoxical behavior, including holistic thinking and integrative complexity, our model intriguingly suggests that state emotional complexity  ... 
doi:10.5465/amr.2014.0355 fatcat:kxbt7n7kkvghpne4lcm35xbgyu

What Students Think They Feel Differs from What They Really Feel – Academic Self-Concept Moderates the Discrepancy between Students' Trait and State Emotional Self-Reports

Madeleine Bieg, Thomas Goetz, Anastasiya A. Lipnevich, Philip Allen
2014 PLoS ONE  
This study investigated whether there is a discrepancy pertaining to trait and state academic emotions and whether selfconcept of ability moderates this discrepancy.  ...  The results revealed that students' scores on the trait assessment of emotions were generally higher than their scores on the state assessment.  ...  This interaction term represents the effect of self-concept on the amount of difference between trait and state emotion scores.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0092563 pmid:24647760 pmcid:PMC3960260 fatcat:zgvdejfrh5g6joiwpfne7hl7ny

Feeling good^doing good: A conceptual analysis of the mood at work^organizational spontaneity relationship

Jennifer M. George, Arthur P. Brief
1992 Psychological bulletin  
Organizational spontaneity is compared with the seemingly analogous constructs of organizational citizenship behavior and prosocial organizational behavior.  ...  Based on a selective review of the literature, a multilevel model of spontaneity is presented.  ...  To this end, the journal publishes original empirical research involving animals or humans that spans from (a) behavioral pharmacology research on social, behavioral, cognitive, emotional, physiological  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-2909.112.2.310 fatcat:cax5zo2k4bfmzbne3tkenrepve
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