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Abstract: El suicidio es la primera causa de mortalidad no natural en la adolescencia y la segunda causa de muerte entre los 15 y los 19 años. La adolescencia es considerada el periodo evolutivo de mayor vulnerabilidad ante problemas relacionados con el bienestar psicológico debido a los cambios cognitivos, físicos, emocionales y sociales que exper...
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In this chapter of my book "Moral Choices for Our Future Selves", I elaborate and defend a normative theory for regulating the individual’s relationship between her diachronic selves (i.e., her earlier and later selves): the Moral Theory of Prudence in diachronic self-regarding decisions. The theory consists of three principles. The first is the pr...
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Dear Colleagues, As William Wilmot and Joyce Hocker put it in their book Interpersonal Conflict, conflict is “an expressed struggle between at least two interdependent parties who perceive incompatible goals, scarce resources, and interference from others in achieving their goals.” The main objective of this Special Issue is to scrutinize the conce...
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Despite the negative impact of social isolation on wellbeing, research has yet to address how organisations may mitigate the effects of workplace isolation and loneliness. The main objective of the study is to explore the mediating role of task interdependence and supportive behaviours of colleagues on the relationship between workplace isolation o...
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A literature review of proposed scientific field in occupational safety, public health policy and management in public health organizations and services. Evidence of occupational safety, public health policy and management that are encountered by Greek public health organizations and services, also limited global literature. Connection and contribu...
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This paper reports three studies investigating the effects of benevolent and corrective humor on interpersonal liking and willingness to change problematic behavior. Study 1 (n = 375) found that participants liked corrective-humor-tellers who were socially distant less than those who were socially close, whereas they liked benevolent-humor-tellers...
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Background: Different childhood experiences may affect adult health differently. Objective: To explore the association of different types of positive childhood experiences(PCEs) and adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) with risky behaviours and mental health indicators, andhow PCEs and ACEs are associated with health outcomes in the context of e...
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Background: Childhood maltreatment (CM) is frequently linked to interpersonal problems such as difficulties in social relationships, loneliness, and isolation. These difficulties might partly stem from troubles regulating comfortable interpersonal distance (CIPD). Objective: We experimentally investigated whether CM manifests in larger CIPD and...
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This research on relationship marketing aims to revisit and reposition different foci of trust, commitment, and performance perception in the export/import relationships and explore the interconnectedness effects. We have collected self-reported survey questionnaire responses from 142 non-oil exporters in Ecuador. The data were analyzed with Smartl...
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Background: The complex system of stressors related to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has affected the global population, provoking a broad range of psychological reactions. Although numerous studies have investigated the mental health impact of COVID-19, qualitative research and cross-country comparisons are still rare. Objecti...
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Background: Difficulties in emotion regulation are a core symptom of borderline personality disorder (BPD) and often interfere with cognitive functions, such as working memory (WM). Traumatic childhood experiences, including severe maltreatment, can contribute to emotion dysregulation, possibly mediated by changes in high-frequency heart rate varia...
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Background: Previous studies demonstrated that when the violence-exposed child becomes a mother and interacts with her own child during early sensitive periods for social-emotional development, she may have difficulties providing sensitive responsiveness to the child's emotional communication. Such difficulties place the child's development of emo...
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Background Knowledge about patient satisfaction and experience with care they receive can guide practitioners in establishing doctor-patient relationships and improve health outcomes. Although evidence suggests high patient satisfaction with chiropractic care in general, there is limited understanding of the expectations and experiences of athletes...
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An important aspect of preventing fake news spreading in social networks is to proactively detect the users that are likely going to spread such news. Research in the domain of spreader detection is at a nascent stage compared to fake news detection. In this paper, we propose a graph neural network-based framework to identify nodes that are likely...
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Teams composed of human and machine members operating in complex task environments must effectively interact in response to information flow while adapting to environmental changes. This study investigates how interpersonal coordination dynamics between team members are associated with team performance and shared situation awareness in a simulated...
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This paper introduces a process model of how academics learn to bridge different cognitive scripts, thereby learning to collaborate with non-academic managers in the context of multidisciplinary academic spinoff (ASO) teams. Whereas prior research has taken a static perspective, showing that cooperation in ASO teams is challenging due to difference...
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Background Twitter has become one of the most important social media platforms in science communication. During scientific conferences, Twitter can facilitate the communication between audience and speakers present at the venue and can extend the reach of a conference to participants following along from home. To examine whether Twitter activity ca...
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Background The standard of treatment in developing countries is harmed by a complex political landscape, an uncertain economic climate, rapid population growth, and clients are constantly complaining about the poor health system. Patients’ assessments of the benefits and shortcomings of the service provided to them are expressed as satisfied or dis...
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In student collaboration, purposeful peer interaction crucial for success on the task. Such collaboration requires adequate and purposeful student agency. Theoretically, the between-individual complementarity of agency behaviors enhances purposeful interaction. However, the level of agency of group members can disrupt the collaborative interactions...
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Introduction Readiness to change is a key component of substance use behavioral change; yet little is known about readiness to change among justice-involved young adults. This study 1) describes readiness to change alcohol and drug use and 2) examines predictors of readiness to change alcohol and drug use among justice-involved young adults. Metho...
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This editorial aims to clarify the role of community-led initiatives such as ecovillages in the global efforts to mitigate climate change. The response to the climate crises prefigured by these initiatives is based on relocalisation, cultural diversity and social empowerment. In this paper, we describe their commonalities, limitations and their pot...
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Background Evidence suggests an increasing demand for culturally and linguistically responsive disease prevention programs and health interventions. It is important to understand how individuals seek health information to address the potential needs of the health care system. Methods Latent classes of health information-seeking behaviors in a ling...
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Objectives Almost all preference-based measures (PBMs) have been developed in Western countries, with none having been formulated in Asian countries. In this study, we construct a new generic PBM based on concept elicitation using interview surveys in East and Southeast Asian countries and qualitative analysis. Methods This cross-sectional study i...
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Despite growing scientific attention for hate, little is known about how perceived threats may influence hate and aggression. In four preregistered online studies (Ntotal = 1422), we test a threat – hate – aggression model, examining the differential effects of symbolic and realistic threats on the emergence of hate, and the associations between ha...
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This study examined dyadic team coordination dynamics to understand teammate influence when humans team with an intelligent machine. In a synthetic remotely piloted aircraft system environment, heterogeneous teams of three members were required to take good photos of critical target waypoints during simulated missions by interacting with each other...
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Advancing speech emotion recognition (SER) depends highly on the source used to train the model, i.e., the emotional speech corpora. By permuting different design parameters, researchers have released versions of corpora that attempt to provide a "better-quality" source for training SER. In this work, we focus on studying communication modes of col...
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Background Most people who survive suicide attempts neither re-attempt suicide nor die by suicide. Research on suicide attempt survivors has primarily focused on negative endpoints (e.g., increased suicide risk) rather than positive outcomes. One important outcome is psychological well-being (PWB), defined as positive functioning across emotional,...
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The purpose of this study is to explore the social learning theory in terms of connectivism, constructivism, and role modeling approach in a clinical setting. This article also analyze the possible role of connectivism, constructivism, and, role modeling as learning theories in terms of dealing with useful student learning instructional strategies....
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Efektifitas dari komunikasi tidak hanya dari bagaimana kita mampu merangkai katakata, namun perlu dipertimbangkan bagaimana sebuah pesan akan dipersepsikan. Persepsi pada dasarnya merupakan suatu proses yang terjadi dalam pengamatan seseorang terhadap orang lain atau suatu objek. Pemahaman terhadap suatu informasi yang disampaikan oleh orang lain y...
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Universities have been perceived for several decades as an important development factor in the space that shapes the regional environment throughout the generation of new knowledge or technologies and the production of human capital. Our paper focuses on the less researched phenomenon of academic engagement, and thus, the development of university...
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In today's society, suicide has evolved into a legitimate social medical issue. Suicidal ideation refers to people's plans to commit suicide. Suicide ideas and attempts can be triggered by a variety of factors, including long-term exposure to negative emotions or life events. Early detection of suicidal ideation is possibly the most effective metho...
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NY (2022). 168 pp 9781138368415 (hbk); ISBN: 9781138368590 (pbk); ISBN: 9781003254201 The development of technology has provided opportunities and challenges for Internet users and research on internet linguistics. Netizens employ innovative resources in online interactions while they consider the risks as well. Scott's Pragmatics Online is a warml...
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The global burden of breast cancer is increasing with an effect on the physical, mental and socio-economic wellbeing of the human population. Existing studies have majorly focused on the prevalent rate and clinical analysis of the disease, to the neglect of the nexus of information sources and breast cancer behaviours. This study examined the influ...
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Making one's actions predictable and communicating what one intends to do are two strategies to achieve interpersonal coordination. It is less clear whether these two strategies are mutually exclusive or whether they can be used in parallel. Here, we asked how the availability of communication channels affects the use of strategy to make one's acti...
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POST-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a chronic and debilitating mental condition that is developed in response to catastrophic life events, such as military combat, sexual assault, and natural disasters. PTSD is characterized by flashbacks of past traumatic events, intrusive thoughts, nightmares, hypervigilance, and sleep disturbance, all of wh...
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The decent work notion has sparkled a keen academic interest in studying the psychological influence of decent work on workers in organizational contexts. Duffy's decent work notion has left a window for addressing the interpersonal barriers on or factors for enhancing people's equal access to decent work, which may enhance the capacity of the dece...
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Effective, interpersonal teacher–student relationships and positive rapport are widely known to positively impact student attainment and learning experiences. Establishing and maintaining these have been particularly challenging, however, since the Covid-19 pandemic forced higher education (HE) teaching online in 2020. This study, therefore, aimed...
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Depression, anxiety, and stress are ranked among the top mental health concerns faced by university students in recent times perpetuated by the proliferation of digitalization. Thus, this study was performed to assess the relationship between depression, anxiety, stress, and satisfaction with life, with interpersonal needs (perceived burdensomeness...
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Introduction: Despite the health benefits of regular physical activity, women experiencing socioeconomic disadvantage are at high risk of inactivity. Reasons are multifactorial but likely include broad structural and contextual factors, e.g., lack of access to physical activity programs, as well as individual and interpersonal factors, e.g., lack o...
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Meat eaters have a more hierarchical, less egalitarian view at the world than vegetarians. This can be manifested in social dominance orientation, at the intergroup level, but also at the interspecies level, yielding more empathy with nonhuman animals, and at the interpersonal level. We examined if interpersonal motives in human–human relationships...
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The coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has especially affected older adults owing to their increased susceptibility to age-related comorbidities. Furthermore, isolation, inadequate basic support and an overstretched healthcare system have adversely affected the elderly population, leading to psychosocial and interpersonal issues as well a...
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A non-directive or open-ended interview technique has important applicability in the psychiatric assessment. This paper argues that without such an approach, much of psychological and phenomenological significance will be missed. It draws on the author's experience teaching a psychiatric interview method to medical students which included assessing...
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The digital transformation of the economy and the current innovation-oriented labor market requires an important stock of social skills that generate innovators with technical skills. This paper aims to analyze the public and private sector's innovation awareness and civil society and provide a needs assessment analysis concerning innovation skills...
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Interaction is the main feature of social media, while in recent years, frequent privacy disclosure events of the social media user affect users’ privacy disclosure behavior. In this paper, we explore the mechanism of interaction characteristics by social media apps on users’ privacy disclosure behavior. Using SOR theoretical models and the privacy...
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Theory of mind (ToM) is an essential social cognitive process encompassing abilities to represent and understand others’ mental states. Although previous reports linked childhood trauma to social cognitive deficits, how characteristics of trauma exposure, such as subtype or timing, affect ToM remains unaddressed. Using data from a diverse adult sam...
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Health-related quality of life (HRQOL) is a multifactorial concept in assessing physical and mental health. This study was performed to evaluate the HRQOL of patients undergoing coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) surgery and the predictors of HRQOL in patients until 1 year after surgery. This cross-sectional study included 110 consecutive patients...
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Youths and parents/caregivers who have experienced multiple forms of severe interpersonal trauma may demonstrate severe and persistent symptoms of complex trauma including high-risk behaviors. Engagement, and sustaining engagement, of these youths and parents/caregivers in evidence-supported trauma treatment is a critical challenge, especially when...
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Right-wing extremism and authoritarianism have been identified as major, if not the major threats to democracy in recent years. The rise of right-wing extremist and populist parties in many democratic countries throughout the world has renewed the interest in identifying the roots and determinants of these anti-democratic attitudes. Even though fac...
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A Literature Review of proposed Classification Categorizations of Job Risks Occupational Hazards in Environmental and Public Health Inspectors. Evidence of occupational hazards job risks that are encountered by Greek Public Health Inspectors & Environmental Specialist, limited global literature. Connection of occupational health and safety with pub...
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This study generally examined the multiple intelligences of the Senior high school (SHS) students under the Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) strand and their performance in the specialized subjects. Descriptive and comparative research designs were utilized to measure the variation among the identified study variables. It in...
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This linguistics study aims to observe the development of norms in WhatsApp Groups (WAGs). Over the years, linguists have devoted their time to theorizing norms of im/politeness evaluations and linguistic interactions in computer-mediated communication (CMC). However, the norms of virtual interactions have not gained adequate attention. This study...
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Within the framework of this study – based on the texts of informal interviews published in English-language tabloids – the illocution of reactive disagreement is defined as an effective pragmatic mechanism for the coherent unfolding of the text, jointly generated by the interlocutors. Based on the method of conversational analysis, the constructiv...
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The quality of life is one of the most important points that the Psychology seeks to activate and achiever among the members of society, As well as in the esophagus itself, in the last resort to a balanced Psychological pension, and by the individual’s enjoyment of mental Health (interpersonal/interpersonal relation chip) balanced and Compatible li...
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Turnover intentions are a phenomenon that affects the life of organizations and causes highly negative consequences. Based on previous studies, it is possible to consider antecedents to turnover in terms of both individual and social perceived resources, which previous research does not usually examine simultaneously. The aim of this study was to e...
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The current study addressed whether and why college students express concern about on-campus gun violence, based on comparisons of multi-variate logistic regression models of college men and women. Data collected by the ACHA-NCHA III during the spring of 2020 from 8,950 undergraduate students at 13 four-year U.S. colleges and universities were anal...
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Background Simulation research that seeks to solve the problem of silence among interprofessional teams has focused almost exclusively on training subordinate team members to be more courageous and to speak up to team leaders using direct challenge scripts despite the great interpersonal cost. Consequently, the existing literature overemphasizes th...
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Background: The difference in nursing care quality by institution has implications for both the organization and its clients. Though disparities in patient satisfaction, which is an interpersonal patient outcome with nursing care, have been reported between public and private hospitals, there has been little research on the study area. Objective: T...
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Beginning of 2020, the Covid-19 pandemic affected the whole world and had a serious impact especially on the tourism industry. Traveling in a pandemic is possible, but its risks and complications are such that it forces tourists to adapt to new conditions. This study examines how travel restrictions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic affect tourist pe...
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When Emmett Till's body was found, the sheriff of Tallahatchie County instructed Mamie Till not to have an open casket for the funeral due to the horrible disfigurement of the body. She wanted the world to see what had happened to her son. The images had a two-fold message; one on the brutality inflicted upon her son, and the second was a warning t...
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So far, little is known about how conscious attention to internal body signals, that is, interoception, affects the synchronization with another person, a necessary or required social process that promotes affiliations and cooperation during daily joint social interactions. The effect of explicit interoceptive attentiveness (IA) modulation, conceiv...
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Background Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a severe mental disorder characterised by emotional instability, impaired interpersonal functioning and an increased risk of suicide. There is no clear evidence about how best to help women with BPD during the perinatal period. Perinatal Emotional Skills Groups (ESGs) consist of 12 group sessions,...
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“Alzheimer’s disease” (AD) is a neurodegenerative disorder in which the memory shrinks and neurons die. “Dementia” is described as a gradual decline in mental, psychological, and interpersonal qualities that hinders a person’s ability to function autonomously. AD is the most common degenerative brain disease. Among the first signs of AD are missing...
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Background Previous findings indicated that breast cancer patients often have dysfunction in empathy and other cognitive functions during or after chemotherapy. However, the manifestations and possible neuro-electrophysiological mechanisms of pain empathy impairment in breast cancer patients after chemotherapy were still unknown. Objective The cur...
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Psychological therapies use talk as a means to produce change for individuals who are experiencing distress. Despite a significant body of research comparing approaches, there is little evidence for the superiority of one model over another. The process of reflection has been suggested as a common factor across modalities, and research aiming to me...
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We propose that the positive effect of coming‐of‐age songs on ad effectiveness arises from a mediation process where the music‐evoked interpersonal memories of growing up stored in the brain and their accompanying emotions inevitably p