Emotion (tagged articles)
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Sarah A. Fricke - Cooley (1902) introduced the looking glass self as an individual’s self-concept defined, in part, by societal heuristics. Silvia and Phillips (2013) showed self-awareness (SA) was influenced by presenting stimuli that both explicitly increase SA (e.g., mirrors... Keep Reading »
Matthew Kwong - Music has accompanied major social events throughout the history of mankind. Major gatherings such as weddings, graduations, or birthdays are usually recognized by a familiar tune. There is evidence that music plays a large role in emotional processes within the brain... Keep Reading »
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Nasreen S. Shah - This report examines the outcomes on various domains of development (cognitive, social emotional) of children with attachment disorders as well as internal working models of attachment, conditions of insecure attachment, information regarding Reactive Attachment Disorder... Keep Reading »
Jodi-Ann A. Dattadeen - Bulimia nervosa represents a significant source of morbidity among young women. This review compares cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) for the treatment of bulimia nervosa in young women. CBT has been established as the most effective... Keep Reading »
The Invisible Bruise: Complexities of Protecting Children from Emotional Abuse and Psychological Maltreatment
Brean C. Flynn - This paper presents and evaluates the varying roadblocks that make identifying and assessing emotional abuse to children so complex. This is the case for three primary reasons: the lack of a common definition of what constitutes emotional abuse and what does not; the... Keep Reading »
The keyword Emotion is tagged in the following 6 articles.
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