Self-conscious emotions and social functioning
De Hooge I., Zeelenberg M., Breugelmans S.
NY: Springer, 2011
Determinants of individuals’ belief in fake news: A scoping review determinants of belief in fake news
, , Plos One 2021 Vol. 16 No. 6 Article e0253717
Background Proliferation of misinformation in digital news environments can harm society in a number of ways, but its dangers are most acute when citizens believe that false news is factually accurate. A recent wave of empirical research focuses on factors that explain why people fall for the so-called fake news. In this scoping review, we summarize ...
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, , В кн.: Сборник материалов VII Международной научно-практической конференции «Олимпийское наследие: инновации, технологии, управление, персонал».. .: Сочи: РИЦ СГУ, 2014.. С. 180-190.
An evaluation situation in a case of educational activity has been investigated in our research. 53 subjects have participated in the research. The experiment has been conducted to verify hypotheses. The results have showed that there is the connection between the emotional state of a student and the success of educational activity: a low level ...
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, Emotional Landscapes of Reading / National Research University Higher School of Economics. Series WP BRP "Basic research program". 2015. No. 99.
This paper focuses on fan fiction as a literary experience and especially on fan fiction readers’ receptive strategies. Methodologically, its approach is at the intersection of literary theory, theory of popular culture, and qualitative research into practices of communication within online communities. It presents a general characterization of fan fiction as a type of contemporary ...
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, Studia Slavica 2017 Т. 62 № 1 С. 59-68
This paper explores the ways of displaying anger in the Russian linguistic image of the world. According to the National Corpus of the Russian Language, anger dims eyes, makes blind and mad. In metaphorical projections, anger is defined in relation to the structural elements of other subject areas, including fluid, wild animals, natural disasters, fire, ...
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, , et al., Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 2016 Vol. 111 No. 11 P. 67-82
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, В кн.: Ratio et Emotio. Рациональное и эмоциональное в языке и речи. .: СПб.: Издательство РХГА, 2020.. С. 10-31.
The chapter discusses the specifics of argumentation in everyday communication. The author presents the specifics of the discourse of everyday communication and argumentation as a method of persuasion. The second part of the chapter is devoted to the analysis of the functioning of emotional arguments based on statements of emotional influence (praise, compliment, censure, insult, ...
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, Вестник Новосибирского государственного университета. Серия: Лингвистика и межкультурная коммуникация 2016 Т. 14 № 3 С. 5-14
This article explores the ways of displaying fear in the Russian language image of the world. According to the National Corpus of the Russian language, in its most usual manifestation, fear covers and paralyzes; this distressing emotion is caused by somebody, apprehension to lose something or somebody as well as by exposure to an imminent ...
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, В кн.: Содержание профессиональной подготовки по иностранным языкам в неязыковом вузе. .: Логос, 2015.. С. 123-126.
В статье рассматриваются междометия, функционирующие в речи в качестве важнейшего компонента профессионально-коммуникативной компетенции будущих участников межкультурного общения в условиях современной информационно-культурной ситуации в мире. ...
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NY: Berghahn Books, 2019
Spanning Europe, Asia and the Pacific, Encounters with Emotions investigates experiences of face-to-face transcultural encounters from the seventeenth century to the present and the emotional dynamics that helped to shape them. Each of the case studies collected here investigates fascinating historiographical questions that arise from the study of emotion, from the strategies people have used ...
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, Социологическое обозрение 2020 Т. 19 № 3 С. 167-231
Inequality is amongst the most fundamental and formidable social problems of modernity. It thus does not come as a surprise that it is a major theme that cuts through multiple areas of sociology. However, the major limitation of most social research on inequality is that its focus is often limited to the redistribution of resources, ...
Added: October 16, 2020
Свобода от эксплуатации - торговой, транспортной, медицинской, сценической, спортивной, военной, экологической, информационной: проблема ее уголовно-правового обеспечения
, Аграрное и земельное право 2011 № 5 С. 67-84
There are shown situations when such ordinary things as a shop, a workshop, an insurance company, a long distance train, a clinic, a hospital, a stage scenery, some sport activity or military service, unfavorable ecologic or informational situations further the dependant condition of a person, in the article. Besides such person experiences not only psychological ...
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, , in: The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Sociology. .: NY: Oxford University Press, 2019.. Ch. 26. P. 485-506.
In this chapter, I argue that the Durkheimian theory of the sacred is a crucial yet not fully recognized resource for cognitive sociology. It contains not only a theory of culture (which is acknowledged in contemporary sociology), but also a vision of culture-cognition relations. Thus, Durkheimian cultural sociology allows us to understand the crucial role ...
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Диагностика эмоциональных рисков на примере принятия управленческих решений в коррупциогенной ситуации
, В кн.: V Международная научная конференция «Психология индивидуальности»: сборник материалов. .: М.: Литературное агентство "Университетская книга", 2015.. С. 302-303.
The procedure of emotional risks assessment in the experimental situation (finding the solution of corruption situation case) is presented in the article. The procedure is based on measurement of the difference between emotional evaluation of the decision and emotional evaluation of the rejected alternative, which was presented to the participant after presentation of the decision. ...
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Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009
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, , et al., Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2020 Vol. 14 P. 253
Narratives, in the form of, e.g., written stories, mouth-to-mouth accounts, audiobooks, fiction movies, and media-feeds, powerfully shape the perception of reality and widely influence human decision-making. In this review, we describe findings from recent neuroimaging studies unraveling how narratives influence the human brain, thus shaping perception, cognition, emotions, and decision-making. It appears that narrative sense-making ...
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, , Современная социальная психология: теоретические подходы и прикладные исследования 2012 № 4 С. 15-24
in article discuss the development of approach to the explanation of collective action. The three models of collective action were considered consistently. In article discusses the main factors of collective behavior: social identity, group anger, group efficacy, collective disadvantage and coping strategies. ...
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Eugen Ehrlich and Leon Petrażycki: Are Emotions a Viable Criterion to Distinguish Between Law and Morality?
, , in: Russian Legal Realism. .: Berlin: Springer, 2018.. Ch. 7. P. 127-138.
This paper considers the ways in which Leon Petrażycki and Eugen Ehrlich employed the psychological notion of emotions in defining the law. Both scholars defined the law by referring to special kinds of emotions: bilateral emotions in Petrażycki’s conception and repulsive emotions of experiencing the wrong behavior of other people, according to Ehrlich’s legal sociology. ...
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, , , Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology 2017 Vol. 47 No. 4 P. 393-401
Psychological studies have indicated that erotic images are evaluated in the context of positive emotions as the most intense, associated with the greatest degree of emotional arousal, among the whole gamut of pleasant and unpleasant stimuli. It is diffi cult to discriminate the cortical zones directly associated with emotional arousal from the activity of structures responsible for assessing ...
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, , Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 2016 Vol. 19 No. 5 P. 1079-1094
This study explores the hypothesis that language of testing and mood states can influence creativity in bilinguals. Arabic-English bilingual speakers were induced into positive or negative mood states using film clips and recall-of-events procedures. Then, participants’ creativity was assessed with the Abbreviated Torrance Test for Adults. Participants were tested in either English or Arabic. A ...
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, Historical Research 2017 Vol. 90 No. 247 P. 117-133
The paper is an ‘emotional’ intervention in the field of early Soviet legal history: it provides a theoretical background on the role of emotions in the early Soviet legal thought and practice. After sketching the wider context necessary for an understanding of emotions in the specific setting of the courtroom, it charts three possible directions ...
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, , Современная зарубежная психология 2013 № 4 С. 131-140
Normative and nonnormative collective actions are the consequence of differences in estimation of political situation. The article regards the predictors in selection of normative (participation in meetings, signing petitions, etc.) vs. nonnormative (strike, violent actions, etc.) forms of protest behavior (perception of unfairness, self-efficacy, social identity, ideas of out-group). The carried out analysis showed that ...
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, В кн.: ЯПОНИЯ XXI NOVA: эра и век. Исследования российских и зарубежных учёных, посвящённые наступлению девиза годов Рэйва. .: СПб.: Art-xpress, 2020.. Гл. 8. С. 93-99.
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, , et al., Cognition and Emotion 2015 Vol. 29 No. 6
Previous research has yielded inconsistent findings concerning the relationship between envy and schadenfreude. Three studies examined whether the distinction between benign and malicious envy can resolve this inconsistency. We found that malicious envy is related to schadenfreude, while benign envy is not. This result held both in the Netherlands where benign and malicious envy are ...
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, , , Cognition and Emotion 2012 No. 26 P. 836-846
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