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  • norms
  • Leung and Morris (2015) propose conditions under which values, norms, and schemata drive cultural differences in behavior. (cambridge.org)
  • They build on past theories about dimensions of situational strength to propose that personal values drive behavior more in weak situations and perceived norms drive behavior more in strong situations. (cambridge.org)
  • Using secondary data, I examine values as well as perceived descriptive norms and injunctive norms relevant to collectivism in relation to two key dependent measures: helping strangers and emotion regulation. (cambridge.org)
  • courtship
  • In evolutionary psychology this may be applied to a wide range of human behaviors such as charity, emergency aid, help to coalition partners, tipping , courtship gifts, production of public goods , and environmentalism . (wikipedia.org)
  • context
  • The relation of embeddedness values to helping strangers is moderated negatively by tightness (in that high embeddedness reduces helping less in the context of tightness), and its relation to emotion regulation is moderated positively (in that embeddedness increases emotion regulation more in the context of tightness). (cambridge.org)
  • peers
  • Regarding pre-helping behaviors, the children with ASD before the intervention looked straight at the helpee (i.e., recipient of the help) more often than did typically developing peers, and such a behavior was shown to increase after SST. (frontiersin.org)
  • intervention
  • As a result of SST, the participants became able to help others in response to less-explicit social stimuli after the intervention. (frontiersin.org)