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Our research focuses on The Big Three social categories in United States culture: gender, race, and sexual identity. We approach each of these social categories as research domains from the complementary perspectives of self-perception (viz. identity dynamics) and social perception (viz. the perception of these categories by others who are not the self). Though traditionally treated as different topics within social psychology, our lab combines these foci under the Social Perception heading that is the first part of our lab name (donating the SP to our lab acronym: SPAMS). (This approach is similar to approaches taken by personality psychologists and thereby illustrates our integrated social-personality approach.). Adding layer of complexity to the complementary perspectives within our social perception approach, we also focus on attitudes that individuals have regarding the Big Three social categories as defined above. The attitudes approach also features complementary perspectives, ...
This volume focuses on social perception, the processing of information about people. This issue has always been central to social psychology, but this book brings together literatures that in large part have been separated by the nature of the social target that is involved. Historically, research on person perception developed quite independently from research involving perceptions of groups. Whereas the former research generally focused on the cognitive processes involved in forming impressions of individuals, research on group perception examined the content of stereotypes and the conditions under which they are used in social judgment. There was been little overlap in the theories and methods of these subfields, and different researchers were central in each. The chapters in this book highlight research and theorizing about social perception, exploring the processes involved in social perception from persons to groups. Some chapters describe work that was originally developed in person perception
ObjectiveTo develop a clinically sensitive test of social perception for people with traumatic brain injury (TBI).DesignAn assessment tool comprising videotaped vignettes and response probes was developed in successive stages and tested on both normal participants and those with TBI.SubjectsA total
Schizophrenia has been described as a self-disorder, whereas social deficits are key features of the illness. Changes in resting state activity of brain networks involved in self-related processing have been consistently reported in schizophrenia, but their meaning for social perception deficits remains poorly understood. Here, we applied a novel approach investigating the relationship between task-evoked neural activity during social perception and functional organization of self-related brain networks during a resting state. Resting state functional MRI was combined with task-related functional MRI using a social perception experiment. Twenty-one healthy control participants (HC) and 21 out-patients with a diagnosis of schizophrenia (SCH) were included. There were no significant differences concerning age, IQ, education and gender between the groups. Results showed reduced resting state functional connectivity between ventromedial prefrontal cortex and dorsal posterior cingulate cortex ...
Imagine a future world where humans and machines will be involved in joint activities requiring social skills. This paper presents an overview of the dawnings of this world, concentrating on chatterbots - computer programs which engage the user in written conversation - and their users. Driving upon Clarks theory of Language and the psychological theory of self-categorisation by Turner, it presents an analysis of social reactions to chatterbots and a taxonomy of the technology. The basic assumption of the paper is that chatterbots are special entities which offer new ways of being and relating to others. The action of talking to a machine leads to the affordance in the user, and to the projection in the chatterbots, of new social identities. These identities are the drivers of the interaction and fundamental determinants of social presence.
The neuropeptides oxytocin and vasopressin are evolutionarily conserved regulators of social perception and behavior. Evidence is building that they are critically involved in the development of social recognition skills within rodent species, primates, and humans. We investigated whether common polymorphisms in the genes encoding the oxytocin and vasopressin 1a receptors influence social memory for faces. Our sample comprised 198 families, from the United Kingdom and Finland, in whom a single child had been diagnosed with high-functioning autism. Previous research has shown that impaired social perception, characteristic of autism, extends to the first-degree relatives of autistic individuals, implying heritable risk. Assessments of face recognition memory, discrimination of facial emotions, and direction of gaze detection were standardized for age (7-60 y) and sex. A common SNP in the oxytocin receptor (rs237887) was strongly associated with recognition memory in combined probands, parents, ...
How has the perception of some drugs changed over time? How have some drugs become more socially accepted or less socially accepted? In what context?.
Dr. Tate was interviewed on-the-record and on-background about the claim that nearly 25% of California adolescents may be gender non-conforming. Dr. Tates main point was that the question phrasing in the survey likely conflated gender role participation with sexual orientation and with gender self-categorization--all of which should be separated in surveys.. ...
Categorical reasoning is one of the cornerstones of psychological functioning, supporting explanation, induction, and learning in virtually every domain of knowledge, including reasoning about social categories. Dominant theories of social cognition focus on the role of internal/essential characteristics in representations of social kinds. Drawing upon an emerging literature in philosophy, I introduce an alternative to internalist thinking, called structural thinking, in which observed correlations between social categories and their properties are explained through stable external constraints, rather than derived from the inherent nature of the categories. For example, a structural explanation of why girls wear pink might appeal to the socio-cultural pressures that affect choices and their social consequences, as opposed to inherent color preferences. I will present a series of studies which trace the developmental trajectory of structural thinking from age three through adulthood, and ...
Who wouldnt want a movie stars whiter, brighter smile? Could it mean a boost in your social ratings and self-esteem? A survey conducted by NCBI claims it may! Tooth colour exerts an influence on social perceptions. The results may be explained by negative beliefs about dental decay, such as its link with poor oral hygiene. (NCBI) Before you […] ...
Last week I attended Back to School - Learning and Growing in a Digital Age, an event which explored federal policy, e-learning, and digital literacy, sponsored by Common Sense Media, PBS Kids, USC Annenbergs Center on Communication Leadership & Policy, and The Childrens Partnership. The session that impacted me most was Empowering Parents and Kids with Technology. What was fascinating about the speakers on this panel was that collectively they described the evolution of Internet and its perceived challenges facing parents and kids over the last ten years, from a social perspective.. In the early online days, parents concerns about the Internet were largely about preventing children from stumbling upon inappropriate content online. As time passed, the concern shifted towards one of a fear of online predators. Today, the focus of concern is more about a childs privacy, cyberbullying, and what constitutes appropriate behavior online. If you think about it, our social perceptions of the ...
Beinhölzl, N.; Noar, N.; Okon-Singer, H.; Buchenau, A.; Scharrer, U.; Molloy, E.; Backhausen, L.; Villringer, A.; Sacher, J.: A novel social perception task for testing the social interaction model in pharmaco-fMRI protocols with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. 30th European College of Neuropsychopharmacology Congress, Paris, France (2017 ...
Laugh it up! Humor is universal across human cultures - and fuels psychological research on everything from social perception to emotion regulation.
Factors that influence Social Perception. Perception is a process by which individuals organize and interpret their sensory perceives ..
For the families and loved ones in harms way or those who are afflicted with hardships I pray and a higher power to bring all those suffering answers and peace to their particular situations. I was at a regional center meeting and I was really cold 48dgrs outside and the air coditioner was on !I was having shivering and my hands were trembling ,this was an orientation meeting to be accepted into a developmental disabilities program.I saw parents of children and I felt like crying .I know the battles my parent went through with me and also the social perception of a differently- abled child.I am so lucky to just be inconvenienced by my Cerebral Palsy ,I function moderately well and educationally well thats another story.My point to all this is I recently had to realize my goals and dreams are going ahead one day at a time.I now wake up more positive in just today.Sure I cant afford to go out or get my teeth fixed but maybe next month at least I have teeth and maybe soon someone will guide me ...
The NEPSY-II is used to evaluate childrens ability and performance in their executive function and attention, language, memory and learning, sensorimotor, visuospatial processing, and social perception ...
LIFE Green Heart project brings a scientific value to the development plan of the Ramier island. The impoverished soils will be restored and fertilized with ecological innovative methods. This will be implemented in coherence with the choice of vegetal species adapted to the local ecosystem. This transition will be monitored with the simultaneous measures of biodiversity, temperatures, pollutions and social perceptions evolutions. The impacts of the project will exceed the strict perimeter of the island. It will increase the knowledge of the regreening actions upon the heat island urban effect. ...
In an area of Long Island that draws all of the people atop the social register, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo prefers the company of family and close friends.
MEDEIROS, Pâmella; ZEQUINAO, Marcela Almeida e CARDOSO, Fernando Luiz. Motor performance influence in social status perceived. Rev. bras. educ. fís. esporte [online]. 2016, vol.30, n.4, pp.1069-1077. ISSN 1807-5509. http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/1807-55092016000401069.. This study aimed to describe the children and adolescents motor performance in relation to their social status perceived by their colleagues in both sexes, and to check for sex effects in this possible association. The study gathered 300 children and adolescents from the 3rd to 5th year and 40 to 60 grade of elementary school from two public schools, aged between 8 and 14 years. The instruments used were the Motor Battery TGMD-2 and Subjective Scale Social Status. Girls had better motor performance than boys, however, only boys with better motor performance also had higher perceived social status. This situation tells us that boys are more susceptible to social evaluations guided in physical skills than girls so that they can make ...
Previous work suggests that relative increases in socially evaluative threat modulate the psychobiological stress response. However, few studies have compared stressors which manipulate the level of socially evaluative threat to which the participant is exposed. Here we present two studies. In the first, we assessed the integrity of an ecologically valid, laboratory stressor (direct socially evaluated multitasking) and its effects on acute psychobiological reactivity and ability to evoke an anticipatory response prior to participation. Specifically, we assessed whether the expectation and experience of direct social evaluation (multitasking while standing and facing an evaluator) evokes greater reactivity than indirect evaluation (over-the-shoulder evaluation). In the second study, we sought to replicate the findings regarding acute stress reactivity whilst extending the assessment window to assess the extent to which the stressor evokes anticipatory responses. As hypothesized, greater reactivity was
Im 18 and ill will be going to either RGU or university or edinburgh next year. Im most likely going to RGU and i was wondering what halls would be best to go to. I cant deal with uncleanliness so i would want a place thats fairly clean and I also want to party, not too much but sometimes. I hear woolmanhill is party land even Stewart Brodie (the admissions guy) said this. Is this tru and is the place nice idk i just want a place that has a good social scene and looks nice and fairly clean. Any ideas anyone ...
Interesting to read the NYT magazine piece last week on Broken Social Scene and the whole Torontopia milieu. Obviously post-Rip anything to do with a renaissance of collectives in rock is gonna to intrigue me, with its echoes of Scritti Politti and London Musicians Collective and Rough Trade as cooperative (plus that larger history of rock collectives: Faust at Wumme their former schoolhouse turned into studio-cum-living space--did a phoner with Hans Joachim Irmler the other day, around the reish of Faust IV, lovely feller--Amon Duul, Jefferson Airplane & coterie in their big rambling Victorian at 2400 Fulton Street, Gong living as an anarchist commune in rural France, Crass...) . But mainly its Scrittis attempt to merge the beat group and think-tank that immediately sprung to mind on picking up the mag. Reading, a whole bunch of differences emerged. Clearly, a lot of idealism is involved, but seemingly, nothing approaching the theoretical intensity involved in the Scritti project. All the ...
From the most minimal of person information, such as a photograph or a sentence, people are able to rapidly infer a multitude of complex personality traits. These social inferences are thought to rely upon cognitive representations of person knowledge (e.g., person schemas and stereotypes) that guide social perception and allow us to infer unseen traits from sparse observations about a person. Cognitive neuroscience research has shown that forming impressions and making mental state inferences relies on the medial prefrontal cortex. The majority of this work has focused on tasks in which participants are explicitly instructed to form impressions or infer thoughts and beliefs; however real-world impression formation usually occurs spontaneously. In this thesis, studies using functional magnetic resonance imaging in combination with model-based and data-driven techniques aim to uncover the central features of peoples representations of other persons. Studies 1 and 2 used movies and visual ...
The many-tentacled Broken Social Scene is not only still alive, kicking, and making relevant music, the Canadian powerhouse also still puts on one of the most energetic and downright inspiring live shows around. Check it and rep it. NOAH DUNHAM.Broken Social Scene and The Sea & Cake,Crystal Ballroom, Portland, OR, Sat., Oct. 16, 9 p.m. 2010
Oxytocin (OT) has become a focus in investigations of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The social deficits that characterize ASD may relate to reduced connectivity between brain sites on the mesolimbic reward pathway (nucleus accumbens; amygdala) that receive OT projections and contribute to social motivation, and cortical sites involved in social perception. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging and a randomized, double blind, placebo-controlled crossover design, we show that OT administration in ASD increases activity in brain regions important for perceiving social-emotional information. Further, OT enhances connectivity between nodes of the brains reward and socioemotional processing systems, and does so preferentially for social (versus nonsocial) stimuli. This effect is observed both while viewing coherent versus scrambled biological motion, and while listening to happy versus angry voices. Our findings suggest a mechanism by which intranasal OT may bolster social motivation-one that could,
Results: Rasch analysis was used to refine the SPaRQ. The result was a 19-item measure divided into two subscales. The 9-item Social Behaviors subscale measured difficulties with performing actions in a social context due to hearing loss. The 10-item Social Perceptions subscale measured negative thoughts and feelings experienced in a social context due to hearing loss. Both Rasch analysis and the traditional psychometric analysis techniques demonstrated that each subscale had strong psychometric properties. In particular, each subscale passed the test of unidimensionality, displayed good fit to the Rasch model, and had high internal consistency. In addition, it was found that, as predicted, each subscale had strong, positive correlations with the hearing-specific questionnaire and moderate, positive correlations with the generic health and disability questionnaire and the depression and anxiety screening questionnaire. Taken together, these findings support the construct validity of the 19-item ...
Information about animal welfare standards and initiatives from eight European countries was collected, grouped, and compared to EU welfare standards to detect those aspects beyond minimum welfare levels demanded by EU welfare legislation. Literature was reviewed to determine the scientific relevance of standards and initiatives, and those aspects going beyond minimum EU standards. Standards and initiatives were assessed to determine their strengths and weaknesses regarding animal welfare. Attitudes of stakeholders in the improvement of animal welfare were determined through a Policy Delphi exercise. Social perception of animal welfare, economic implications of upraising welfare levels, and differences between countries were considered. Literature review revealed that on-farm space allowance, climate control, and environmental enrichment are relevant for all animal categories. Experts assessment revealed that on-farm prevention of thermal stress, air quality, and races and passageways design were not
Schizophrenia and autism both feature significant impairments in social cognition and social functioning, but the specificity and mechanisms of these deficits remain unknown. Recent research suggests that social cognitive deficits in both disorders may arise from dysfunctions in the neural systems t …
At a dinner party, are people hanging onto your words or cutting you off mid-sentence? Recent research suggests that differences in social standing may lie in neurons-and how well they function-in the front of your brain.. Fei Wang, a graduate student studying under Hailan Hu at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, led the study looking at how brain function affected social standing in mice. What she found is that mice with especially efficient neurons in a part of their brain called the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC)-a region, just behind the forehead, known to be involved with social behavior and decision-making-reliably ranked near the top of the social hierarchy.. Human studies of the mPFC show that it plays a role in social cognition, such as forming judgments of other people or assessing their intentions. A rat study found that damage to the mPFC led to a downturn in social standing. Despite the link between mPFC function and social standing, we had little understanding of what was going on ...
What do I do now? Google recommends you claim your knowledge panel through Google search. This is something Google allowed back in 2016 and still supports. Google posted a help document with clearer instructions on how to update your knowledge panel in Google search.. Why we should care. Many SEOs and web publishers over the years simply used social profile markup to handle these knowledge panels. Now Google says it will figure out these profiles either through your claimed profile or other automated means, but it will no longer look at your markup for this. That means you need to watch your social knowledge panels in search and see if anything changes for your profile or the profiles you manage for your clients.. ...
Jerry Goldstein, shown in photograph, was so disappointed he couldnt attend the Down Syndrome Aim High Resource Center Inaugural Gala and Casino Night that friends brought a picture of him to the gala and photographed it with partygoers, including Scott Burack, left, and Bill Golderman. The event was held at Canfield Casino in Saratoga Springs. (Joe Putrock / Special to the Times Union) less ...
This study explores the impact of motivation, cognitive resources and difficulty of processing on social judgment. We hypothesized and found all three variables influence the type of information used to render judgment. Only when the information was easy to process, cognitive resources were ample and motivation was high were subjects able to use difficult information as a basis for their judgment. Furthermore, contrary to the common notion that statistical information tends to be utilized when resources are high, we were able to show that subjects relied on statistical information when their motivation was low, the information was difficult to process and/or cognitive resources were limited. These results add to the growing body of evidence attesting that the contents of information as such do not affect the likelihood of their being made use of in judgment. Both base-rates and representativeness (heuristic) information seem to be used in accordance with their subjective relevance - when such ...
Sweaty palms, a racing heart, a faltering voice. Many people find public speaking unpleasant. The mere anticipation of social evaluation increases the activity of almost all body systems related to stress, with particularly strong activation in the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis, the human bodys central stress response system. How does the HPA axis respond to feedback we receive from others in these social situations? Positive or negative verbal feedback in response to a speech, such as that was/wasnt good, is known to activate the HPA axis. But until now little scientific inquiry has been conducted into how our bodies respond to purely nonverbal feedback, such as facial expressions.. A new study of nonverbal feedback, published today in Scientific Reports by researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Bar-Ilan University, finds that smiles may reduce or increase physical stress depending upon how they are perceived. Jared D. Martin, Heather Abercrombie and Paula ...
A case management assessment is a medical, financial, and psycho/social evaluation conducted by a Masters level licensed social worker with experience in working with aged and disabled people. An assessment is helpful when there has been a change in behavior, social isolation, a loss of initiative, financial mistakes, threat of abuse, or frequent accidents or hospitalizations ...
On the other hand, there is evidence that what we do while we are online can have a significant impact on how likely we are to become depressed. It is not Facebook in itself that makes us feel down, but rather how we use it: with so many people using the site, it is hard to avoid reaching the conclusion that someone somewhere is having a better time than us. As humans we are primed to make social comparisons (Festinger, 1954), but whereas once we would have compared ourselves with the neighbours, we can now compare ourselves with millions of other people across the globe from the comfort of our living rooms, with just the swipe of a finger. Research suggests that men may be more likely to engage in social comparison online (Steers, Wickham, & Acitelli, 2014), and if we compare ourselves to others in a way that leads to feelings of envy, we are more likely to feel depressed (Tandoc, Ferucci, & Duffy, 2015). Feeling depressed may also lead us to engage in greater social comparison (Feinstein et ...
Tests are performed to ensure the donor is cancer-free (Forced me to get up to date on things and to also have that over-50 test many of us avoid - piece of cake!) and that there is not a current medical condition that affects the kidneys such as high blood pressure or diabetes. Special tests determine current kidney function and cardiac wellness. Essentially, ones overall health must be excellent in order to be considered. (No chances are taken when it comes to the well-being of the donor.) The process also involves psycho/social evaluations, and meetings with a nurse practitioner, a dietician, a pharmacist, nephrologists... and requires the development of an ongoing and sometimes frustrating relationship with a donor advocate who works with a recipient advocate, each of whom has the job of protecting patient rights at their own ends of the spectrum, but must also work together using a communicative team approach method necessary to ensure the success of a complicated endeavor such as this. ...
In the initial theory, Festinger provided nine main hypotheses. First, he stated that humans have a basic drive to evaluate their opinions and abilities and that people evaluate themselves through objective, nonsocial means (Hypothesis I).[1] Second, Festinger stated that if objective, nonsocial means were not available, that people evaluate their opinions and abilities by comparison to other people (Hypothesis II).[1] Next, he hypothesized that the tendency to compare oneself to another person decreases as the difference between their opinions and abilities becomes more divergent.[1] In other words, if someone is much different from you, you are less likely to compare yourself to that person (Hypothesis III). He next hypothesized that there is a unidirectional drive upward in the case of abilities, which is largely absent in opinions.[1] This drive refers to the value that is placed on doing better and better.[5] (Hypothesis IV). Next, Festinger hypothesizes that there are non-social restraints ...
All children in school, Education Guarantee Centre, Alternate School, Back-to-School camp by 2003; all children complete five years of primary schooling by 2007 ; all children complete eight years of elementary schooling by 2010 ; focus on elementary education of satisfactory quality with emphasis on education for life ; bridge all gender and social category gaps at primary stage by 2007 and at elementary education level by 2010 ; universal retention by 2010 ...
All children in school, Education Guarantee Centre, Alternate School, Back-to-School camp by 2003; all children complete five years of primary schooling by 2007 ; all children complete eight years of elementary schooling by 2010 ; focus on elementary education of satisfactory quality with emphasis on education for life ; bridge all gender and social category gaps at primary stage by 2007 and at elementary education level by 2010 ; universal retention by 2010 ...
The workshop will consider evolutionary science (Eugenicism, craniometry and anthropometry), taking as a starting point the assumption that sociology begins with the death of biological notions of race, whilst recognising that the notion of race continues to maintain significant currency within contemporary society. Together we will explore the pseudoscientific process of racialisation, focusing on how an acceptance of social categories that align with what appear to be natural categories is problematic. For, instance, Aryan supremacy and the subsequent classification of races that presents as contemporary forms of white privilege, will be interrogated through examples drawn from education, popular culture and sport ...
I think the ganja/reggae link is twofold in nature, on the Jamaican side it is clearly part of the history and culture and while not universally used (some of the older generation of producers like King Edwards for example could not abide the herb smoke at all) I imagine it was fairly widespread among musicians/artists...certainly as the rastafari influence strengthened and economic/political realities became worse. On the non-JA side it can be traced back to Blackwell/Branson etc. and their efforts to sell reggae to a white, college age audience looking for a rebellious sort of musical and social scene to get behind. The 60s hippie protest days were over but rock album art was being taken very seriously and these guys knew full well the marketing power of a strong image. At some point some bright bulb must have realized many of these guys liked to smoke, cue the Zippo lighter and spliff cloud filled covers. It worked, at least for a time and this association in the minds of the public has ...
One unusual feature of the cafeteria is its staff, which is actually a small private firm hired by the Whitehead Institute. The head cook trained at Cordon Bleu in London. (Regular readers of this column will recall the contrasting example of another research institute whose chef had trained in a submarine. See AIR 1:3 for details.) Dave, the singing dishwasher, has an occasionally pleasant, untrained baritone voice that is sometimes heard as far away as the Institute s auditorium (a distance of about 75 feet). The cafeteria manager, Jim Nally, is a keen appreciator of the science social scene. Not to dump on scientists, but a lot of them just don t have it together when it comes to ordering food, Nally opined. Some scientists have the habit of changing their orders after the food has been prepared. This so enraged one former cafeteria staffer that he frequently punched out a kitchen wall and once broke his hand (see Figure 3). One former researcher, a wealthy, wafer-thin, young woman from ...
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Monthly playlist of my most-listened-to songs for April 2017. Includes: Jens Lekamn, Aimee Mann, Sylvan Esso, Perfume Genius, Spoon, David Bazan, Broken Social Scene and more!
So I began to look for another gym, and I found one--but at another step up in price. But, not only do they have the advantages of the other gym that made it so appealing--certified instructors, heart rate monitoring on a tv screen, but the membership that I am going to go for involves Semi-Private classes, maximum class size four, which is just right. Private training is too expensive and when you DO private training, the trainer ends up standing around a lot while you put in the reps; with semi-private, you get personal attention and the trainer stands around a lot less as they go from person to person. When there are only four people and sometimes they are doing different routines, theres much less opportunity for the social comparison/negative self-talk trap that I fall into. And they also have a larger group class called Foundations, which is for people who are just starting out, to get you READY for the intense classes, which they also offer. I went to this class on Saturday and it is ...
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This tag should be used on existing categories that are likely to be used by others, even though the real category is elsewhere. Redirected categories should be empty and not categorised themselves. It should not be used on categories that are misspellings and thus unlikely to be used by other people. Such categories should be tagged as ...
This tag should be used on existing categories that are likely to be used by others, even though the real category is elsewhere. Redirected categories should be empty and not categorised themselves. It should not be used on categories that are misspellings and thus unlikely to be used by other people. Such categories should be tagged as ...
Most of our lives takes place on-line. Our on-line activities, affect directly or indirectly the way other people perceive us. One have to careful decide what to expose and what not. There are a lot of personal and ...
So Ill break it down for you. They do it quite nicely over at Whole30 but I know sometimes you just want to know what other people say. Sometimes you just might think that its too much or too hard or IMPOSSIBLE. Im no one special. I dont have anything that sets me above and…
Hi everyone, I dont know why its taken me so long to think of googling for other people that have this condition, but here I am. I thought Id introduce my h