Prospects of the subject approach to the analysis of element base of psychological model for safety of the subject of life The urgency of the research is caused by the ripened necessity of working out the methodological keys disclosing the ways of practical actualization of cholistic human nature, proving practical prospects of synthesis of already existing methodological approaches to understanding the essence and nature of danger and safety. A research objective is an interpretation of the content and prospects of the subject approach to the analysis of psychological model for safety of the subject of life. The object of study is a psychological model for safety of the subject of life. The subject of study is the subject approach as a methodological basis for the analysis of element base of psychological model for safety of the subject of life. The primary goal is to prove explanatory algorithm of the subject approach in deducing the element base of psychological model for safety of the ...
The psychological model of abnormality also stems from ancient Greece. In the second century c.e., the Greek physician Galen described a patient whose symptoms
The biopsychosocial model of medicine, is a way of looking at the mind and body of a patient as two important systems that are interlinked. The biopsychosocial model is also a technical term for the popular concept of the mind-body connection. This is in contrast to the traditional biomedical model of medicine.. The model was proposed by psychiatrist George Engel in a 1977 article in Science. It plays a major role in the Natural Health branch of alternative medicine.. The biopsychosocial model treats the biological, psychological and social issues as systems of the body, similar to the traditional medical systems such as the respiratory and cardiovascular systems.. The biopsychosocial model draws a distinction between the actual pathological processes that cause disease, and the patients perception of their health and the effects on it, called the illness.. Illness and disease do not necessarily run together. A patient may be reasonably well (no sickness), but if they feel unwell thats an ...
Some of these articles will require a subscriptions to the host Journals while others are available as books that can be purchased. Many are in the public domain and we hope they help you with your studies, your professional life or simple enjoyment of great research work.. Pearse, J., Lansley, C.A. Reading Others - A psychological model for making sense of truth and lies. Training Journal, 10 October 2010.. Ekman, P ...
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Week 3 Assignment: Change Models Mindi Barker MGT/435 - Organizational Change Mr. George Henson December 9, 2012 In this paper the executive at a high-end
Simplex and nonsimplex models containing personality and perceived environmental variables as predictors of current use of alcohol, marijuana, and other drugs were compared in this reanalysis of a 1980 study by R. H. Potvin and C. Lee. Contrary to th...
Along with the development of scientific disciplines, namely social sciences, hypothesized relationships become increasingly more complex. Besides the examination of direct effects, researchers are...
Planning a path to a destination, given a number of options and obstacles, is a common task. We suggest a two-component cognitive model that combines retrieval of knowledge about the environment with...
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(2012) Teo et al. Journal of Clinical Nursing. Aims and objectives. The main aim of this study is to develop a path model to examine the effect of administrative stressors on nursing work outcomes in a sample of Australian public and non-profit...
Downloadable (with restrictions)! We study estimation and inference in cointegrated regression models with multiple structural changes allowing both stationary and integrated regressors. Both pure and partial structural change models are analyzed. We derive the consistency, rate of convergence and the limit distribution of the estimated break fractions. Our technical conditions are considerably less restrictive than those in Bai et al. [Bai, J., Lumsdaine, R.L., Stock, J.H., 1998. Testing for and dating breaks in multivariate time series. Review of Economic Studies 65, 395-432] who considered the single break case in a multi-equations system, and permit a wide class of practically relevant models. Our analysis is, however, restricted to a single equation framework. We show that if the coefficients of the integrated regressors are allowed to change, the estimated break fractions are asymptotically dependent so that confidence intervals need to be constructed jointly. If, however, only the intercept
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Postpartum depression causes harm to both mothers and infants. The purpose of this study was to find out several potential risk factors, and to identify the intrinsic interrelationships between factors and postpartum depression by constructing a path model. The results of this study may help to control the increasing incidence of maternal postpartum depression. The study was based on a sample of mothers from a cross-sectional study which was set up at 4 weeks after a mother had childbirth and was conducted in three streets at Kaifu District of Changsha in Hunan province from January to December 2015. Questionnaires were distributed to subjects who responded to questions concerning factors related to pregnancy, delivery and infants within 4 weeks after childbirth. The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) was used to measure postpartum depression. Chi-square test was used to detect significant differences between non-postpartum depression group and postpartum depression group. A path model was
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Many authors have argued that there is a marked lack of a coherent psychological model of bipolar disorder (e.g., Jones, 2001; Scott, 2001a). CBT teaches you to respond to situations with calmer thoughts, such as that your boss may simply want to ask you some questions about your work, which keeps your mood stable. You may have a period where you experience an elevated mood for days or week, followed by a period of weeks where you are severely depressed. People with bipolar disorder and comparatively fewer previous mood episodes may benefit from CBT. Recent research, however, highlights the role of cognitive and psychosocial factors in the development and course of bipolar disorder, and the first treatment manuals were published in recent years, delineating the application of CBT … Some people with bipolar disorder lack certain social skills, which causes them to feel that they arent in control of a certain aspect of their lives. CBT uses a variety of techniques to address symptoms such as ...
The objective of this study was to identify factors derived from psychological models predictive of an evidence-based clinical behaviour, the placing of PFS in six to sixteen year old patients in Scotland. A theory-based questionnaire was developed to assess constructs from six models and applied to the prediction of clinical decision-making based on scenarios (behavioural simulation), as well as dentists intention to place PFS to manage caries in this age group.. Of the six models, only the CS-SRM did not explain a significant proportion of the variance in both behavioural simulation and intention. Only behavioural stage did not account for significant variance in behavioural simulation. The usual approaches to measuring behavioural stage in the literature were used in this study, but a more complex approach may be more informative in terms of the number and the nature of the stages when applied to clinical decision-making in specific situations (as depicted by the scenarios) rather than to a ...
In the context of the increasing interest in our journal, this, the first issue of Computer Science and Information Systems in 2012, is a rare issue in the last several years consisting solely of regular papers from various fields, including personalized recommendation, text representation and mining, query optimization, routing, software maintenance, decision support, software and database modeling, information aggregation, parsing, and e-learning.. The first article, entitled A Personalized Multimedia Contents Recommendation Using a Psychological Model, by Won-Ik Park, Sanggil Kang, and Young-Kuk Kim, tackles the problem of searching and managing large volumes of multimedia content in a mobile device with limited resources by proposing a method for recommending multimedia content in a personal content manager that acts between content providers (servers) and mobile devices, as opposed to the popular server-side recommendation approach.. The following article, Representation of Texts in ...
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Video created by Johns Hopkins University for the course Diagnosing Health Behaviors for Global Health Programs. In this module you will be introduced to the Health Belief Model as well as the Social Learning Theory, which will allow you to ...
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The DALEX package version 1.0 CRAN release is scheduled for Feb 20. It brings lots of improvements and changes. Below I will briefly summarise how this package helps to develop better and safer predictive models. To see code snippets scroll to the end....
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Objective: There has been considerable debate about the extent to which social cognitive models of health behaviour apply in developing countries. The purpose of this paper was to determine the applicability of the Theory ...
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This dissertation develops and tests a new individual-level theory specifying the relationship between threat perception and policy preferences. The project takes a unified approach to studying the space of danger-mitigating political behaviors. It is designed to demonstrate that a single psychological model can apply to both citizens and elites and in both domestic and foreign policy issue areas. The first paper develops Threat-Heuristic Theory, a new individual-level model of the psychological processes linking the detection of danger to specific policy preferences for mitigating it. The paper presents a review of the literature in biology and cognitive science regarding evolved systems of threat perception and response, on which the theory draws. The paper demonstrates that the theorys core explanatory variable, threat classification, is not a proxy for other constructs already incorporated into political science. The paper also illustrates that the domain of complex dangers, characterized ...
Many patients in New Zealand dont receive the benefits from their medications due to poor medication behaviour, referred to as medication adherence. Previously, data related to medication adherence has been gathered using questionnaire surveys based on the Health Belief Model (HBM), a psychological model that attempts to explain and predict health behaviours. This research study uses big data analytics to conduct a spatial and time series analysis using new and varied sources. It will be based on the HBM and look at patients geographical information and medication history data. It will focus on cardiovascular disease, although it is expected the same findings will be able to be applied to other chronic illnesses.. ...
In rare instances, a person with a highly selective deficit can really make you change the way you think about something. I already mentioned the seminal influences of Marshall and Newcombes (1966) and Warrington and Shallices (1969) studies. Their patients problems were clearly inconsistent with contemporary psychological models of reading and memory. In my own research, the patterns of impairment of face perception following brain injury have led me and colleagues to radically revise our ideas about how facial expressions are recognised (Calder et al., 2001; Calder & Young, 2005). We are not finding the evidence we had expected of a dedicated visual pathway for interpreting all facial expressions. Instead, we are having to take seriously the possibility that current models underestimate the extent to which emotion recognition is an intrinsically multimodal process that involves constantly monitoring the environment for specific types of signal ...
Adolescence is the only age category where the number of females infected with HIV outnumber the number of males. Despite these data, only three randomized controlled trials have evaluated the efficacy of a gender-specific HIV-risk reduction program for adolescent females. The proposed research aims to address this gap in HIV prevention science, and will evaluate the short and longer-term efficacy of a HIV-prevention intervention for adolescent girls. We will recruit 640 adolescent females aged 15 to 19 years from family planning clinics and randomly assign them to one of two conditions: (a) an HIV-risk reduction intervention based on the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills (IMB) model (Fisher & Fisher, 1992) or (b) a structurally equivalent health promotion control group (CTL) both supplemented by booster sessions at 3 and 6 months. At a short-term (3-month) follow-up, we hypothesize that IMB participants will increase HIV-related knowledge, motivation, and behavioral skills, and decrease ...
Adolescence is the only age category where the number of females infected with HIV outnumber the number of males. Despite these data, only three randomized controlled trials have evaluated the efficacy of a gender-specific HIV-risk reduction program for adolescent females. The proposed research aims to address this gap in HIV prevention science, and will evaluate the short and longer-term efficacy of a HIV-prevention intervention for adolescent girls. We will recruit 640 adolescent females aged 15 to 19 years from family planning clinics and randomly assign them to one of two conditions: (a) an HIV-risk reduction intervention based on the Information-Motivation-Behavioral Skills (IMB) model (Fisher & Fisher, 1992) or (b) a structurally equivalent health promotion control group (CTL) both supplemented by booster sessions at 3 and 6 months. At a short-term (3-month) follow-up, we hypothesize that IMB participants will increase HIV-related knowledge, motivation, and behavioral skills, and decrease ...
Process model matching refers to the automatic identification of corresponding activities between two process models. It represents the basis for many advanced process model analysis techniques such as the identification of similar process parts or process model search. A central problem is how to evaluate the performance of process model matching techniques. Often, not even humans can agree on a set of correct correspondences. Current evaluation methods, however, require a binary gold standard, which clearly defines which correspondences are correct. The disadvantage of this evaluation method is that it does not take the true complexity of the matching problem into account and does not fairly assess the capabilities of a matching technique. In this paper, we propose a novel evaluation method for process model matching techniques. In particular, we build on the assessment of multiple annotators to define probabilistic notions of precision and recall. We use the dataset and the results of the Process
TY - BOOK. T1 - Distributed decision making. Cognitive models for cooperative work. A2 - Rasmussen, Jens. A2 - Brehmer, B.. A2 - Leplat, J.. PY - 1991. Y1 - 1991. KW - Sikkerhed og pålidelighed af tekniske systemer. M3 - Book. SN - 0-471-92828-3. T3 - New technologies and work. BT - Distributed decision making. Cognitive models for cooperative work. PB - Wiley. CY - Chichester. ER - ...
We found strong evidence of a higher likelihood of undergoing colonoscopy for individuals with a family history of Lynch syndrome, but no previous cancer diagnosis, upon learning that they were carriers of a genetic mutation predisposing to colorectal cancer. There was also strong evidence of a lower likelihood of quitting smoking for individuals with a family history of Lynch syndrome, but no previous cancer diagnosis, upon learning that they were noncarriers of a genetic mutation predisposing to colorectal cancer. These empirical findings were consistent with the hypotheses generated from our simple health economics model. They also agreed well with previous studies that reported substitutive effects between genetic endowments and personal health behaviors in economic (38-40) and clinical (16-23) literature. They were also congruent with a previous study that reported modulating effects of previous cancer diagnosis (32). The empirical findings were robust to factors analyzed in subsequent and ...
Health research has been increasingly focused on discovering the mechanisms through which an exposure or intervention affects health outcomes. Social science ha...
One of the perpetual challenges in my career as a modeler of biochemical systems has been the need to balance accuracy with reliability. This paradox is not as strange as it seems. Typically when you build a model you include a lot of approximations supposed to make the modeling process easier; ideally you want a model to be as simple as possible and contain as few parameters as possible. But this strategy does not work all the time since sometimes it turns out that in your drive for simplicity you have left a crucial factor out. So now you include this crucial factor, only to find that the uncertainties in your model go through the roof. Whats happening in such unfortunate cases is that along with including the signal from the previously excluded factors, you have also inevitably included a large amount of noise. This noise can typically result from an incomplete knowledge of the factor, either from calculation or from measurement. Modelers of every stripe thus have to tread a fine balance ...
Multi-dimensional approach has been shown to be effective in management of chronic pain. It usually involves a self management program along with com...
This online repository contains test results in a compact animated format which exhibits qualitative behaviour. There is one web page for each of the eight cognitive models described in a thesis titled A Unified Cognitive Model of Visual Filling-In Based on an Emergic Network Architecture. The supplement contains these results in a frame-by-frame format suitable for quantitative analysis and print publication. The thesis contain extracts from the frame-by-frame account. The supplement additionally contains the parameters that define the computational test subjects and stimuli.. Citation:. Leibovitz, D.P. (2012) A Unified Cognitive Model of Visual Filling-In Based on an Emergic Network Architecture - Animated Test Results. http://emergic.upwize.com/?page_id=26. ...
We argue that even in perfectly frictionless markets risk aversion driven by exchange rate uncertainty may cause a wedge between the domestic and foreign price of a totally homogeneous good. We test our hypothesis using a natural experiment based on a unique micro-data set from a market with minimum imperfections. The empirical findings validate our hypothesis, as accounting for exchange rate uncertainty we are able to explain a substantial proportion of deviations from the law of one price. Overall, our analysis suggests the possibility of a new solution to the purchasing power parity puzzles.. ...
The ability to repeat a study and find the same results twice is a prerequisite for building scientific knowledge. Replication allows us to ensure empirical findings are reliable and refines our understanding of when a finding ...
Before turning to the nature of the replication crisis, let us take a step back to understand the basic idea of science and the gain of knowledge.. When trying to learn something about the world, we establish theories about it. To validate them, we create a research design which allows testing our derived hypotheses. Since we are seldomly able to test our hypothesis on all entities of interest, we fall back to samples of that entities. This is where inferential statistics gets important. Once we have our research question, know how we want to test it and on which data, we need a paradigm to guide our gain of knowledge. Whereas we are not able to prove that a hypothesis is true for all (future) observations (e.g., all swans on the whole world and for all times are white), we can render it false (e.g., if we see a black swan). This principle is called falsificationism. Therefore, all knowledge only reflects our current empirical findings (state of the art).. In order to change the state of the ...
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Neuropsychology: is the study of the structure and function of the brain as they relate to specific psychological processes and behaviours.
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We want to show the name of the process model with <h:outputText value=#{ivy.request.processModel.name}> but the variable is empty.
Everyone is Crunching Data, and Big Data, to render Stats, or better said in real English Statistics are as far as most people understand, some kind of Proof of something, that is /Proved by using Data to Present a Positive or Negative result or effect. The Stats which are used so commonly today, which are made by analysts, read by analysts, and presented to people all over the world who dont even understand how the stats were gathered, in order to convince them of something, that is in principle, Hot Air, or as we say in Spanish Una Fantasma (nothing resembling what it appears to be).This conditions people into believing that opinions or limited data is Fact. This has an indirect effect on our future Evolution as a special, be it social, ethical or genetic, because of how it is influen cing our society and ethics, and how we interpret and deal with things, based on Crunched Data from so called Expert Analysts. A good Example would be to quote Time Magazine about Donals Trumps ...
本研究は,挿絵が文章理解を促進する効果に対して,動機づけを高める効果と精緻化を促進する効果の2つがあるとする認知モデル,2段階モデルを提案した。そして,既存の防災マニュアルを事例として実験を実施し,2つの効果を確認した。実験1(N=34)では,実験参加者に対して,マニュアル中のページを2秒間見ることを求め,その直後に動機づけに関する質問に答えることを求めた。その結果,挿絵がマニュアルの読解に対する動機づけを高めることを示した。実験2(N=23)では,実験参加者に対して10分間でマニュアルを理解することを求め,挿絵が注視され,記憶されていることを明らかにした。さらに,挿絵の記憶が関連するテキストの記憶を促進することを明らかにした。つまり,挿絵が精緻化を促進することを示した。. The present article proposes a cognitive model, called ...