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Pro-Democratic but Not Anti-Authoritarian? Understanding Ambivalent Attitudes Towards Democracy and AuthoritarianismCalvert Jones
Abstract. Does a preference for democracy imply a rejection of autocratic forms of government? An affirmative answer is intuitive, and much canonical work on regimes and popular support suggests a bipolar meaning structure. Yet, in terms of the structure of public attitudes, the assumption of bipolarity has not been systematically tested. To address this gap, we present broad-based evidence from the World Values Survey (WVS) showing that attitudes toward regimes may be more complex than...
We are examining the effect of sexual orientation disclosure when sexual orientation is known on perceptions of trust, stress reactions, and perceptions of leadership potential/ effectiveness. Hypothesis 1: Participants partnered with a gay confederate who does not disclose her sexual orientation will trust her less than a gay confederate who does disclose her sexual orientation or a straight confederate (i.e., control condition). Hypothesis 2: Participants partnered with a gay confederate who does not disclose her...
Relation of experience and EEG connectivity between motor and visual areas of the brain during observation of actionHaerin Chung, Marc Colomer, Virginia Salo, Marlene Meyer, Nathan Fox & Amanda Woodward
Prior findings indicate functional EEG connectivity (as indexed by inter-channel phase coherence in the alpha (6-9Hz)) frequency range) between motor and visual areas during observation of grasping action in infancy. Furthermore, an association was found between motor competence and greater motor-visual connectivity during action anticipation relative to global levels of whole-brain connectivity. Pointing gestures share a similar kinematic form, but conveys a different intent from grasping action, i.e. convey communicative information. The current proposal asks...
analysis of international census data to visualize the rise of one-person households.
An introduction and examples on how to assess the public’s needs and then how to fulfill them by disseminating open-access psychological science in an attractive and digestible form so that it can reach the most people without any barriers of use.
Anxiety trajectories during the COVID-19 pandemic in young adults: Examining associations with adolescent threat and cognitive control processing using fMRISimone Haller, Annie Jeong, Anita Harrewijn, Selin Zeytinoglu, Santiago Morales, Elise Cardinale, Nicole Lorenzo, Joel Stoddard, Daniel Pine, Nathan Fox & Melissa Brotman
The COVID-19 pandemic is an unprecedented event in recent history with profound public health impact. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has emphasized the stress and anxiety the pandemic has caused for young people. Previous fMRI work on stressful life events such as the pandemic has largely focused on examining the impact of stress on brain function and has almost exclusively relied on measures of brain function collected after stress. Thus, little is...
This experiment tests how certain stereotypes in the news media influence evaluations of Kamala Harris.
A scoping review of the literature on telesepsis
University of Maryland169
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill30
University of Maryland, College Park13
Delft University of Technology5
Spanish National Research Council5
Institut de l'Information Scientifique et Technique5
United States Geological Survey5
German National Library of Science and Technology5
National Research Council Canada5