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    • Putting together phylogenetic and ontogenetic perspectives on empathy. 

      Decety, J; Svetlova, Margarita Lvovna (Dev Cogn Neurosci, 2012-01)
      The ontogeny of human empathy is better understood with reference to the evolutionary history of the social brain. Empathy has deep evolutionary, biochemical, and neurological underpinnings. Even the most advanced forms ...
    • Taking tests in the magnet: Brain mapping standardized tests. 

      Rubin, David; Li, Dawei; Hall, Shana A; Kragel, Philip A; Berntsen, Dorthe (Human brain mapping, 2017-11)
      Standardized psychometric tests are sophisticated, well-developed, and consequential instruments; test outcomes are taken as facts about people that impact their lives in important ways. As part of an initial demonstration ...
    • The relation between insecure attachment and posttraumatic stress: Early life versus adulthood traumas. 

      Siegler, Ilene; Rubin, David; Ogle, Christin M (Psychological trauma : theory, research, practice and policy, 2015-07)
      The present study examined the relations between insecure attachment and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms among community-dwelling older adults with exposure to a broad range of traumatic events. Attachment ...