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The Cognitive Reflection Test is robust to multiple exposures

Michal Bialek & Gordon Pennycook
The Cognitive Reflection Test (CRT) is a widely used measure of the propensity to engage in analytic or deliberative reasoning in lieu of gut feelings or intuitions. CRT problems are unique because they reliably cue intuitive but incorrect responses and, therefore, appear simple among those who do poorly. By virtue of being comprised of so-called “trick-problems” that, in theory, could be discovered as such, it is commonly held that the predictive validity of the CRT...

A Sense of Obligation: Cultural Differences in the Experience of Obligation

Emma BUCHTEL
Data used in: Buchtel, E. E., Ng, L. C. Y., Norenzayan, A., Heine, S. J., Biesanz, J. C., Chen, S. X., Bond, M. H., Peng, Q., & Su, Y. (2018). A sense of obligation: Cultural differences in the experience of obligation. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 44(11), 1545-1566. https://doi.org/10.1177/0146167218769610

Repository: Enhancing Updating in Working Memory with Post-hypnotic Suggestions and its Neurocognitive Mechanisms

Anoushiravan Zahedi & Werner Sommer
Updating is an essential but hard-to-improve executive function responsible for replacing outdated with new information in working memory (WM). In Experiment 1, we established event-related brain potential (ERP) correlates of updating in a tone-tracking task, generalizing findings from the commonly used n-back task. In our tone-tracking task, a fixed number of spoken syllables, varying from one to four, were presented while participants monitored the number of presentations of each syllable. In Experiment 2, in order...

MANAJEMEN PENDIDIKAN DALAM KONTEKS INDONESIA

Mohammad Rahman
Manajemen Pendidikan adalah suatu kegiatan atau rangkaian kegiatan yang berupa proses pengelolaan usaha kerjasama sekelompok manusia yang tergabung dalam organisasi pendidikan yang dilakukan dengan usaha bersama secara efektif dan efisien, untuk mendayagunakan semua sumber dan potensi yang ada demi tercapainya tujuan pendidikan yang telah ditetapkan sebelumnya.

The DLF and HBCU LA Authenticity Project: A Personal and Professional Review

raquel donahue, Raeshawn McGuffie, Catherine Aster, Melissa Wisner & Joshua Hogan

The Structure of Self-Regulation and Its Psychological and Physical Health Correlates in Older Adults

Rebecca Reed, Hannah Combs & Suzanne Segerstrom
This study describes the relationships among indices of self-regulation (executive function, physiological, and subjective factors) and tests their between- and within-person associations with upstream personality factors (conscientiousness) and downstream psychological and physical health in a longitudinal sample of older adults.

Thesis—Dissertation 2019: Subtle Semblances of Sorrow: Exploring Music, Emotional Theory, and Methodology

Lindsay Warrenburg
Music, perhaps more than any other art form, is able to influence moods and affect behavior. There are limitless accounts of music eliciting feelings of nostalgia, transcendence, and other seemingly ineffable emotions. In the scientific study of music and emotion, however, only five music-induced emotions have been studied in depth: happiness, sadness, fear, anger, and tenderness (Juslin, 2013). Although these emotions are certainly important and can be expressed and elicited through music listening, a pertinent...

Human Music Universals in Primate Calls

David Schruth
"Musical behavior is likely as old as our species with song-like calls possibly originating tens of millions of years ago when primates were first radiating across the globe. Early singing likely evolved into the music of modern humans via multiple selective events, but efforts to disentangle these influences have been stifled by challenges to precisely define this behavior in a broadly applicable way. Detailed here is a method to quantify the elaborateness of acoustic displays...

THE IMPLEMENTATION INFLUENCE OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE PRINCIPLES TO PROFITABILITY AND ITS IMPLICATION TO CORPORATE VALUE ON MANUFACTURING COMPANIES LISTED IN INDONESIA

Norman Thomas
Abstract: The main objective of this paper is to examine and analyze the impact on the implementation of corporate governance principles of the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which includes Shareholder Rights (HHPS), Equity of Shareholders (KAPS), Stakeholder Roles (PPK) , Disclosure and Transparency (PDT and Responsibility Board of Commissioners and Board of Directors (TDKD) to Return on Equity (ROE) and corporate value (Tobin’s Q) .The research method using purpose sampling and hypothesis...

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