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  • life
  • People who tend to be more mindful in their daily life tend to have better responses to rejection. (psychologytoday.com)
  • Hear Phil and Barbara share what they've learned about the psychology of adolescents - including tips for bringing the topic to life in your own Psychology and Sociology courses. (cengage.com)
  • Maternal rejection of the infant and disruption to the mother-infant bond, in conjunction with a biological predisposition to violence, could prove critical in disrupting interpersonal development and predisposing to more callous, violent interpersonal behavior in later life. (tranquility.net)
  • Geraldine Downey has spent most of her life contending with rejection. (columbia.edu)
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  • In particular, the possibility that early child rejection may be a specific and important aspect of a negative psychosocial environment in predisposing to violence was tested. (tranquility.net)
  • study
  • In a recently published study led by Alexandra Martelli, a doctoral candidate in my lab, we investigated whether specific brain circuits explain why mindful people are better at coping with rejection. (psychologytoday.com)
  • Conclusions: To our knowledge, this is the first study to show that birth complications in combination with early child rejection predispose to violent crime. (tranquility.net)
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  • 0001) between birth complications and early maternal rejection indicated that those who suffered both birth complications and early child rejection were most likely to become violent offenders in adulthood. (tranquility.net)