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The nexus between language and experience addresses the distinct, qualitative aspects of human experience or qualia. These qualitative aspects are important because, when people perceive a disconnect between language and experience, consequences for psychological health may follow. The research...
How genes contribute to cognition is a perennial question for psychologists and geneticists. In the early 21st century, familial studies, including twin studies, supported the theory that genetic variations contribute to differences in cognition, but have been of little practical use to clinical...
This study examined links between parents’ and children’s interactive style at home and children’s social competence among peers defined in terms of both prosocial, aggressive, and isolate behavior and social success at school. Participants were 34 children (7–9 years of age) who were...
The factorial structure of a self-concept scale ( ) was analyzed as a function of gender and the language used for its completion: Basque and Spanish. The analyses were performed sequentially starting with confirmatory factor analysis, followed by multiple-group, multiple-indicator analysis, and...
A prospective study was conducted to examine a conceptual model in which affective and interpersonal social self-efficacy beliefs affect depression and delinquency concurrently and at 4 years of distance, controlling for earlier adolescents’ exposure to family violence and adolescents’...
In this article, we argue that examining the writing processes of literary authors would enrich and extend empirical research on writing, which is currently grounded in cognitive psychology. In most empirical studies of writing skills, experts are defined as either advanced students or technical...
This paper investigated whether the lack of social connectedness, as measured by the subjective feeling of loneliness, mediates the well-known relationship between interpersonal stress and psychological distress. Furthermore, a relationship between interpersonal stress and somatic symptoms was...
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