HD 4310: Mind, Self, and Emotion
Professor Qi Wang How to do peer review? 1. Things you should do: read the papers; make marginal comments; write a one-paragraph note to each author indicating the following points (you can either type or write
A r ticle: Basic Systems approach to Autobiographical memory Visual memory plays a central role in autobiographical memory: T he strength of recollection of an event is predicted BEST by the vividness of i ts visual imagery LOSS of visual memory causes ge
References Bailey, H., Moran, G., & Pederson, D. (2007). Childhood maltreatment, complex trauma symptoms, and unresolved attachment in an at-risk sample of adolescent mothers. Attachment & Human Development, 9(2), 139-161. doi:10.1080/14616730701349721. C
Traumatic Memories and Behavior In this chapter, we identify the link between traumatic memories and the formation of identity formation. Memory provides an interesting area of study for the understanding of human behavior. We first examine how autobiogra
Positive Emotions Fosters Resilience in Depressive Patients Recent research suggests that resilient individuals utilize positive emotions as a coping mechanism during times of heightened stress or negative life event (Tugade, M. & Fredrickson, B., 2004).
Spilkowitz 1 Stephan Spilkowitz 2010 Professor Wang HD 4310 Research Proposal: Second Draft An Investigation of the Impact of Exposure Therapy on Over-General Memory In Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 27 April
Introduction Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (P
Why do we need research?
Bob McKee Chief Executive of CILIP A lightly edited transcript of the paper given to LIRG on 4 July 2003 as part of the CILIP Umbrella 2003 Conference 4 July 2003 I dont think of myself as inhabiting the research community. And ye
Creating a Hierarchal Model of Childrens Assumptions of Trustworthiness
It is already known that when first meeting someone, both adults and children are able to
make the same snap judgments on how trustworthy a person is. These judgments are based