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Why Do We Do, What We Do?

Stacy Winter, Dave Collins
2014 Journal of Applied Sport Psychology  
WE DO, WHAT WE DO?  ...  3 Why Do We Do, What We Do? 53 Within the field of sport psychology, practitioners adopting an evidence-based 54 approach follow a working model of theory-research-practice.  ...  WE DO, WHAT WE DO?  ... 
doi:10.1080/10413200.2014.941511 fatcat:wlcuhoayanbefhqlzldd3h2h3u

What Do Consumers Do Emotionally with Advertising?

Wendy Gordon
2006 Journal of Advertising Research  
., manipulate, persuade, sell, communicate a unique selling proposition, create a brand personality) to "What do people do with advertising?"  ...  The article sets out to challenge existing models of how advertising works by changing the fundamental question from "What does advertising do to people?"  ...  "Reasons why" are postrationalizations to make sense of our actions to ourselves (and others) because we may not know, other than intuitively, why we do what we do.  ... 
doi:10.2501/s0021849906060028 fatcat:phlios3igjhqjdvg5zdav67v6q

Doing Without Knowing

LINDA M. G. ZERILLI
1998 Political Theory  
We would not say to a man who just claimed he was a woman: "I think you are mistaken. Why don't you check?But how do we know that he is disturbed?  ...  "When you meet a human being, the first distinction you make is 'male or female?' and you are accustomed to make the distinction with unhesitating certainty.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0090591798026004001 fatcat:3fc5ff4dvvenvgcyig2e2kcbku

Doing the right thing

M. W. Platt
2010 Archives of Disease in Childhood: Fetal and Neonatal Edition  
We are doing quite well as we are. Spiritual activity is hard work; nobody else is doing it, and we are getting on comfortably without any work.  ...  possible to humanity, and they reply, "You may be right, but we are not interested.  ...  All sorts of wiseacres are asking what's the matter with Russia, or with America, and are giving us all sorts o£ answers, mostly wide of the mark, and telling all sorts of stories of what we can expect  ... 
doi:10.1136/adc.2009.169615 pmid:20576662 fatcat:oq3h7zbnm5cibkkz5f5vjsx23e

What Do We Trust? [chapter]

John Willison
2020 Springer briefs in education  
But why do some hold a more objectivist rationale, while others are geared towards social constructivist approaches to education?  ...  This too is a question of trust in regard to pedagogies of choice, and determines where we put our concerted efforts, what we can and will achieve as individual teachers, as a whole school community or  ...  What Do We Trust? What Do We Trust? What Do We Trust? What Do We Trust? What Do We Trust? What Do We Trust? What Do We Trust?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-15-2683-1_4 fatcat:ftgmhlb7nbcoxnpettct32xmk4

Where do we go from here?

James K. Min
2012 Journal of cardiovascular computed tomography  
We should remember that up to the present time, we have spent no money in space. It has all been spent on Earth and predominately domestically.  ...  Our nation's expansion into new territories or new areas of endeavor has always been met with substantial opposition.  ...  But all of a sudden, some of these kids-and I know, when you talk to them, there is an emptiness and they don't know what they are going to go, and Neil said it a minute ago, do we have any use for the  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jcct.2012.02.001 pmid:22410437 fatcat:x3nusxsosbglbd23gx56ix4i2a

What do you think?

Geoffrey Cannon
2014 World Nutrition  
What is above the surface represents what humans usually know or are aware of, which therefore shapes actual choice.  ...  There is a vast industry dedicated to aiding people seen as not knowing what is good for them, or not able to help themselves. We, who are able, have a duty to help those who are not able.  ...  What they believe #10. Edward T Hall. Secrets of behaviour, and other stories. What do you think? [Column] World Nutrition, September 2014, 5, 9 770-785. Obtainable at www.wphna.org.  ... 
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Doing Project Management Ironically

Bradley Rolfe
2013 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Through their own voices, project managers demonstrate that much of what they practice could already be considered 'ironic', yet are unable to articulate this aspect of their practice within existing,  ...  The result of this is significant disruption to the meaning project managers are able to derive from their work, and the results they are able to achieve.  ...  large areas of activity in the natural and human sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.03.022 fatcat:4embhcd5mrbwpkgmt4lpgrv7n4

What do you think?

Geoffrey Cannon
2013 World Nutrition  
Geoffrey Cannon starts a new series on heroes with philosopher Mary Midgley Plus (see pictures) what we learn from spirals, mangoes, and bees knees  ...  We are, as Midgley puts it, both 'earthly organisms, animals like others operating within a physical pattern' and 'agents, active beings who not only can but must choose what to do.'  ...  Humans, however, are not disenchanted creatures, possessing as we do both purpose and agency.  ... 
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So How Do You Feel about That? Talking with Provos about Emotion

Debra Smith
2017 Studies in Conflict and Terrorism  
The study illuminates how the experience, elicitation, and management of emotions played an integral role in the participant's trajectory towards violence.  ...  Six themes emerge that help to demonstrate how participant's emotional lives have helped to build the identities, beliefs, and motivations that have led to violent acts.  ...  You know the Republican analysis but you don't need it to know what they are saying is correct because you see it, you experience and feel it in your everyday life, you know?  ... 
doi:10.1080/1057610x.2017.1323467 fatcat:eoj6ntmowndl3nruz4w7hbrfwu

What do predictive coders want?

Colin Klein
2016 Synthese  
Proposals for solving the dark room problem via predictive coding architectures are either empirically inadequate or computationally intractable.  ...  This may allow predictive coding theorists to reconcile their account with embodied principles, even if it ultimately undermines loftier ambitions.  ...  For helpful discussions, thanks to Esther Klein, Julia Staffel, Wolfgang Schwartz, the ANU 2013 reading group on predictive coding, and participants at the 2015 CAVE ""Predictive Coding, Delusions, and  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11229-016-1250-6 fatcat:eu5sqtdgdba5lmgixy6jho3vua

Atribuições do enfermeiro na unidade básica de saúde: percepções e expectativas dos auxiliares de enfermagem

Cândida Elizabete dos Santos Soares, Rosângela Elaine Minéo Biagolini, Maria Rita Bertolozzi
2013 Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP  
as atribuições do enfermeiro.  ...  As expectativas dos entrevistados foram: participação do enfermeiro no atendimento direto ao usuário, competência para coordenar a equipe e avaliar as necessidades dos usuários.  ...  Sometimes, we get a little lost, we do not know if this is part of the nurse's duties or not, we don't know what to do, what to ask, when we can or when we can't.  ... 
doi:10.1590/s0080-623420130000400020 pmid:24310690 fatcat:2z2xeeiajndivknblyflc5mtb4

What do you think?

Geoffrey Cannon
2014 World Nutrition  
What they believe #7. Mike Davis. Apocalypse then and now, and other stories. What do you think? [Column].  ...  Guidance in these times If we cannot discern reality we are lost. In my considered opinion, Mike Davis is an essential guide for us to understand what is going on in the world now.  ...  We need to know what is happening, and why, as the only sure basis for reliable thought and action.  ... 
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What do we See?

1875 Scientific American  
lless or hardness, the warmth or cold; and so closely united are the perception and inference that we are apt to say we see what we really infer.  ...  Blot out of existence the five senses, and you blot out the judgment which you make lie back of them, and seem to make independent of them."  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican09041875-144 fatcat:kbwb3cebhvfgbbirv5e632kdna

The Second Decade: What Can We Do About the Adolescent Brain?

Catherine Sebastian
2007 Opticon1826  
If young people know why they are more susceptible to peer pressure, or why they feel like taking risks sometimes, or why they feel so different from adults, this might at least go some way towards helping  ...  Or could there be an interaction between the development of brain areas involved in decisionmaking and those involved in social cognition, e.g. knowing what others are thinking about you, and indeed awareness  ... 
doi:10.5334/opt.020703 fatcat:bfxvn2lwyrd4nhyp4rdjetscce
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