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Sep 11, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Insight or Originality: A Spray in the River of Creative Thinking

Yan Wang, Qinlong Hou
One synthetic model of creativity was proposed, which tried to unify the dispute whether creativity was domain generality or specificity by supporting domain generality-specificity duality. The creative thinking process included convergent thinking, divergent thinking and insight (originality).


Aug 13, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Still Stigmatized? People’s Beliefs and Attitudes about Mental Illness and Dangerousness

Raqota Berger
Those with mental illnesses have long had to face social rejection and isolation. The social stigma that comes with having a mental illness has real consequences on the lives and experiences of those trying to manage mental health conditions. This study looked at people’s attitudes and perceptions about those with mental illnesses in regard to dangerousness and potential violent behavior. The findings of this study demonstrated th
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Aug 09, 2018Open    AccessArticle

The Leap of Mind of Linguistic Humans over Animals

Zi-Jian Cai
Recently, it was suggested by Cai a new semantic/syntactic/episodic model of language, encompassing the sentential meanings to the neural linguistic components, and making it possible to install the whole linguistic functions into robots through the three semantic/syntactic/episodic components. In this article, it is considered some improvements of language brought to the brain and mind of humans over animals, and accordingly some
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Jun 29, 2018Open    AccessArticle

The Implications of Complicated Grief for the Sleep

Thiago De Almeida
Complicated grief is a situation in which the individual, faced with a loss, does not present adaptive responses in dealing with this stimulus. This study aimed to understand how Complicated Grief may be a factor that may interfere in the sleep process, seeking possible relationships between these two themes. Thus, a review of the literature dealing with complicated grief and the sleep process has been done. It can be observed in
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May 11, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Homosexuality: Brief History and Considerations on the Manifestation of Jealousy in Homosexual Relationships

Thiago de Almeida, Rafael Diniz de Lima, Joao Marcos Panho, Paulo Franklin Canezin
The jealousy is a reaction to a real or imagined threat perceived at an estimated relationship. The jealousy is present to a greater or lesser extent in all at some point in life. This study aims to understand how jealousy is experienced by homosexual couples, identifying if such mechanisms are similar or different of the heterosexual jealousy. To address this objective, we performed a systematic review of the literature on this s
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Apr 29, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Predictive Capacity of Psychopathological Symptoms for Spanish Adolescents’ Future Expectations

Laura Verdugo, Yolanda Sánchez-Sandoval
This study examines the association between psychopathological problems and future expectations in Spanish early adolescents. Participants were 781 students (48.5% female) from 11 secondary schools, aged 11 - 15 years (M = 12.37, SD = 0.66). The students were of middle and middle-low socioecon
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Jan 17, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Alienation and Health in Adolescents: An Original Evaluation Tool

Gina Tomé, Margarida Gaspar de Matos, Inês Camacho, Celeste Simoes, Marta Reis, Paulo Gomes
The present work aims to construct and validate a tool enabling to evaluate alienation in Portuguese adolescents. Participants were a group of adolescents that participated in the Portuguese survey of the European study Health Behaviour in School-aged Children (HBSC). For this study, only adolescents from the 8th and 10th grades were
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Dec 29, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Impact of a Residence Hall Staff Training Class on the Moral Judgment Development of College Students

Kevin L. Jacques, Sharon K. Anderson
The everyday dilemmas that residence-hall student staff members (RAs) face have become more challenging for the traditional college-aged student to handle. The need for the decisions and actions of our RAs to have a more solid base in their own moral judgment is important. Helping RAs in their moral judgment development is a task or goal that institutions of higher learning can accomplish in many different ways. One
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Jul 26, 2017Open    AccessArticle

The Relationship between Sustained Attention and PTSD Symptoms in Chinese Earthquake Orphans

Yan Wang, Xingli Zhang, Jiannong Shi
The authors examined sustained attention performance and PTSD symptoms in a sample of 281 orphans and non-orphans who experienced the Sichuan Earthquake in China. They hypothesized that the orphans had a higher possibility to risk for PTSD than non-orphans, and the former also might even tend to be more impulsive, allergic which might affect their basic cognitive skill-attention. The findings showed evidence of cognitive developme
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Jun 29, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Role of Protein Vibration in Convergent and Divergent Thinking with Respect to Student’s Performances

Brajagopal Majumder, Aparajita Majumder
The paper focuses on the performances of the Students in Scholastic achievement as well as in creative activities. The performances of the students in creative activities have been analyzed statistically. These result in categorizing the Students in Convergent group and Divergent group. This classification is also supported by the role played by some memory related proteins. The role of protei
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