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Self-Regulation and Mechanisms of Action in Psychotherapy: A Theory-Based Translational Perspective
(Journal of Personality, 2013-12-01)
Psychotherapy is a complex, multilayered process with the potential to bring about changes at multiple levels of functioning, from the neurobiology of the brain to the individual's role in the social world. Although studies ...
What Do North American Babies Hear? A large-scale cross-corpus analysis.
(Developmental science, 2019-01)
A range of demographic variables influences how much speech young children hear. However, because studies have used vastly different sampling methods, quantitative comparison of interlocking demographic effects has been ...
Regulation of spine structural plasticity by Arc/Arg3.1.
(Seminars in cell & developmental biology, 2018-05)
Dendritic spines are actin-rich, postsynaptic protrusions that contact presynaptic terminals to form excitatory chemical synapses. These synaptic contacts are widely believed to be the sites of memory formation and information ...
Comparing Active Learning to Team-Based Learning in Undergraduate Neuroscience
(Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, 2020-06-26)
Emotion dynamics across adulthood in everyday life: Older adults are more emotionally stable and better at regulating desires.
(Emotion (Washington, D.C.), 2020-03-19)
Older adults report experiencing improved emotional health, such as more intense positive affect and less intense negative affect. However, there are mixed findings on whether older adults are better at regulating emotion-a ...
Intellectual humility and perceptions of political opponents.
(Journal of personality, 2020-06-02)
OBJECTIVE:Intellectual humility (IH) refers to the recognition that personal beliefs might be wrong. We investigate possible interpersonal implications of IH for how people perceive the intellectual capabilities and moral ...
Advances in Emotion-Regulation Choice from Experience Sampling.
(Trends in cognitive sciences, 2020-05)
Recent experience-sampling studies by Blanke et al. and Grommisch et al. provide insights into how individuals regulate their emotions in daily life. The rich datasets accessible from experience sampling allow researchers ...
Differences in the cognitive skills of bonobos and chimpanzees.
(PLoS One, 2010-08-27)
While bonobos and chimpanzees are both genetically and behaviorally very similar, they also differ in significant ways. Bonobos are more cautious and socially tolerant while chimpanzees are more dependent on extractive foraging, ...
Effects of task instruction on autobiographical memory specificity in young and older adults
Older adults tend to retrieve autobiographical information that is overly general (i.e., not restricted to a single event, termed the overgenerality effect) relative to young adults' specific memories. A vast majority of ...
Narrative centrality and negative affectivity: Independent and interactive contributors to stress reactions.
(Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 2014)