Psychology Research Summaries. Volume 8

Nancy E. Wodarth, Alexis P. Ferguson (Editors)

Series: Psychology Research Progress
BISAC: PSY030000

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This book is a compilation of biographical sketches and research summaries from a number of different focuses in the field of psychology research.

Preface

Chapter 1. Empathy and the Prosocial Brain: Integrating Cognitive and Affective Perspectives in Human and Animal Models of Empathy (pp. 1-2)
(Douglas F Watt and Jaak Panksepp)

Chapter 2. Evolutionary Origins of Empathy (pp. 3-4)
(Shigeru Watanabe)

Chapter 3. The Positive (and Negative) Psychology of Empathy (pp. 5-6)
(Sara Konrath and Delphine Grynberg)

Chapter 4. The Development of Empathy in Early Childhood (pp. 7-8)
(Maria Licata, Amanda Williams and Markus Paulus)

Chapter 5. Empathy in Children: Theory and Assessment (pp. 9-10)
(María Cristina Richaud de Minzi, Viviana Noemí Lemos and Laura Beatriz Oros)

Chapter 6. Empathy in Adolescence: Familial Determinants and Peer Relationship Outcomes (pp. 11-14)
(Holly Ruhl and Chong Man Chow)

Chapter 7. Gender Roles, Not Anatomical Sex, Predict Social Cognitive Capacities, Such as Empathy and Perspective-Taking (pp. 15-16)
(Jennifer Vonk, Patricia Mayhew and Virgil Zeigler-Hill)

Chapter 8. Empathy and Aging: Mechanisms of Empathy Throughout Adulthood (pp. 17-18)
(Tao Yang and Michael J. Banissy)

Chapter 9. Empathy in Medical Education (pp. 19-20)
(Geon Ho Bahn, Teckyoung Kwon and Minha Hong)

Chapter 10 Empathy: Angel or Devil? How Shared Emotions Can Help or Hinder Nurses in Their Relationships with Patients (pp. 21-22)
(Anna Maria Meneghini, Laura Cunico and Riccardo Sartori)

Chapter 11. Enhancing Empathy in the Helping Professions (pp. 23-24)
(Gail Kinman and Louise Grant)

Chapter 12. Empathy Dysfunction: Deconstructing Social Functioning in Autism Spectrum Disorders and Conduct Disorder (pp. 25-26)
(Sara Paloma Vilas Sanz, Amanda Ludlow and Renate Reniers)

Chapter 13. One But Not All Doors Closed to Empathy: Impaired Resonance Induction in Patients with Huntington’s Disease (pp. 27-28)
(Iris Trinkler)

Chapter 14. Empathy and Mirror-Gazing (pp. 29-30)
(Giovanni B. Caputo)

Chapter 15. Competing Factor Structures for the Toronto Empathy Questionnaire (pp. 31-32)
(Carlo Chiorri)

Chapter 16. Humor Development: Cognitive, Emotional, and Social Interactions (pp. 33-34)
Doris Bergen

Chapter 17. A Kindergarten Class Clown: Play and Empowerment Motives (pp. 35-36)
(Eleni Loizou)

Chapter 18. Humor, Health, and Closeness to Neighbors (pp. 37-38)
(Chau-kiu Cheung)

Chapter 19. Humor Detectors: Adolescents’ Theory of Mind and Perceptions of Humor in Self and Other (pp. 39-40)
(Sandra Leanne Bosacki)

Chapter 20. Complexity and Chaos: Organizational Humor and Emotions (pp. 41-42)
(Barbara Plester)

Chapter 21. Ostensibly Inappropriate Humour: A Case Study of an Emotional Rupture (pp. 43-44)
(Peter Branney and Karl Witty)

Chapter 22. Relational Practices of Jocular Mockery: Humor in-between Connection and Separation (pp. 45-46)
(Letícia Stallone)

Chapter 23. School Psychology from a Critical Historical Perspective: In Search of a Theoretical- Methodological Construction (pp. 47-48)
(Marilene Proença Rebello de Souza)

Chapter 24. From Educational to School Psychology: Paths Traveled by Brazilian Psychology in Its Relation to Education (pp. 49-50)
(Deborah Rosária Barbosa)

Chapter 25. Pioneers of Psychology on Brazilian Education: Manoel Bomfim, a Radical Thinker (pp. 51-52)
(Mitsuko Aparecida Makino Antunes)

Chapter 26. Reflexions on the “Psychiatrization of Pedagogy” and the “Pedagogization of Psychiatry” (pp. 53-54)
(Katia Cristina Silva Forli Bautheney)

Chapter 27. Critical Thinking in School Psychology: Epistemological Aspects (pp. 55-56)
(Marisa Eugenia Melillo Meira)

Chapter 28. School Psychology and Micropolitics: A Territory to Discover (pp. 57-58)
(Marisa Lopes da Rocha)

Chapter 29. Beyond the “Fractured Discourse”: Reflections on the Subject and Methodology of Intervention in School Psychology (pp. 59-60)
(Gisele Toassa)

Chapter 30. Collectives of School Psychologists within Social Movements (pp. 61-62)
(Marilene Proença Rebello de Souza and Beatriz de Paula Souza)

Chapter 31. School and Community: Promoting Intra - and Inter Institutional Participation in the Implementation of Public Policy (pp. 63-64)
(Mônica Cintrão França Ribeiro and João Eduardo Coin de Carvalho)

Chapter 32. Inclusion in Early Childhood Education: Considerations in the Light of Historical-Cultural Psychology and Historical-Critical
Pedagogy (pp. 65-66)
(pp. Sonia Mari Shima Barroco and Marta Chaves)

Chapter 33. School Psychology and Human Rights: Brazilian Youth in Trouble with the Law in Focus (pp. 67-68)
(Marcelo Domingues Roman and Marilene Proença Rebello de Souza)

Chapter 34. School Psychology and Attention to School Complaints
(pp.69-70)
(Beatriz de Paula Souza)

Chapter 35. Psychological Evaluation: A Practice Articulated with the Creation of Norms of Existence (pp. 71-72)
(Adriana Marcondes Machado)

Chapter 36. Teacher Education Market and the Constitution of the Professional Teacher (pp. 73-74)
(Denise Trento Rebello de Souza and Flavia Medeiros Sarti)

Chapter 37. Supervised Training in School Psychology – Practice as a Key Element for Academic Formation (pp. 75-76)
(Roseli Fernandes Lins Caldas)

Chapter 38. Training in Psychology to Practice in Education (pp. 77-78)
(Alacir Villa Valle Cruces and Silvia Maria Cintra da Silva)

Chapter 39. Advancing Critical Perspectives in Psychology and Education in Brazil (and New Challenges) (pp. 79-80)
(Marilene Proença Rebello de Souza, Gisele Toassa and Kátia Cristina Silva Forli Bautheney)

Chapter 40. Emotions and Forgiveness Related to Political Violence (pp. 81-82)
(Susana Conejero, Itziar Etxebarria and Ignacio Montero)

Chapter 41. Spitefulness (pp. 83-84)
(Ashton C. Southard and Virgil Zeigler-Hill)

Chapter 42. The Subjective Experience of Guilt: Emotional Components and Action Tendencies (pp. 85-86)
(Itziar Etxebarria, Susana Conejero and Aitziber Pascual)

Chapter 43. The Interpretation of Guilt in Adolescents from the Perspective of Guilt-Eliciting Situations, Trait Guilt, Self-Disgust, and Feelings of Inferiority (pp. 87-88)
(Kazuki Hirao)

Chapter 44. Individual Differences in Attitudes toward Gay Males (pp. 89-90)
(John Dennem, Joshua Uhalt and David Trafimow)

Chapter 45. Negative Reinforcement in the Relationship between Negative Affect and Smoking Relapse: A Review (pp. 91-92)
(Jennifer Lira-Mandujano, M. Carmen Míguez and Sara E. Cruz-Morales)

Chapter 46. Associations between Parental Problematic Internet Use and Their Children’s Mental Health: A Parent-Child Dyad Study (pp. 93-94)
(Lawrence T. Lam)

Chapter 47. The Epidemiology of Suicidality, Mortality and Overdose Associated with the Z-Drugs (pp. 95-96)
(Todd M. Bishop, Jill E. Lavigne and Wilfred R. Pigeon)

Chapter 48. Social Influences on Meat Consumption: Investigating
Dimensions and Types of Consumers (pp. 97-98)
Pia Niehues and Christian A. Klöckner

Chapter 49. Engineer’s Intuition in the Construction Industry (pp. 99-100)
(Masao Yamasaki)

Chapter 50. Creativity in Higher Education: The Use of Creative Cognition in Studying (pp. 101-102)
(Jekaterina Rogaten and Giovanni B. Moneta)

Chapter 51. Cognitive Processes Underlying Creativity at Work (pp. 103-104)
(Gina M. Palermo and Giovanni B. Moneta)

Chapter 52. Mindfulness Meditation and Creativity (pp. 105-106)
(Viviana Capurso, Franco Fabbro and Cristiano Crescentini)

Chapter 53. The Relationship between Visual Creativity and Visual Mental Imagery in Ageing (pp. 107-108)
(Massimiliano Palmiero, Raffaella Nori and Laura Piccardi)

Chapter 54. Connecting Creativity and Giftedness: Do High-Ability Populations Have an Advantage? (pp. 109-110)
(Angie L. Miller)

Chapter 55. Characteristics of the Creative Person in Mathematics (pp. 111-112)
(Maria Kattou, Constantinos Christou and Demetra Pitta-Pantazi)

Chapter 56. Creativity in Work Projects as a Function of Affective Shifts: A Pilot Study (pp. 113-114)
(Florence Mackay and Giovanni B. Moneta)

Chapter 57. The “Positive Triad” of the Regulation of Personal Choice among Creative Professionals (pp. 115-116)
(Elizaveta Pavlova and Tatiana Kornilova)

Chapter 58. Psychobiographical Research and Personality Psychological Background of Creativity: The Case of Friedrich Nietzsche (pp. 117-118)
(Zoltán Kőváry)

Chapter 59. Motivational Orientations and Opportunity for Creativity in the Job: A Seven-Year Follow-Up Study in Hong Kong (pp. 119-120)
(Giovanni B. Moneta)

Chapter 60. Scientists’ Creative Potential as a Function of the Innovative Potential of Scientific Disciplines (pp. 121-122)
(Giovanni B. Moneta)

Chapter 61. Origin of Spirit and Life (pp. 123-124)
(Suphanchai Punthawanunt and Preecha P. Yupapin)

Chapter 62. Spirit Blueprint and Beyond (pp. 125-126)
(Suphanchai Punthawanunt and Preecha P. Yupapin)

Chapter 63. Consciousness from an Evolutionary and Systemic Perspective (pp. 127-126)
(Wacław Petryński)

Chapter 64. Attention and Conscious Experience (pp. 129-130)
(Giorgio Marchetti)

Chapter 65. Cognitive Phenomenology and the Computational Correlates of Consciousness (pp. 131-132)
(James A. Reggia)

Chapter 66. Consciousness: Using Clinical Evidence to Link
Consciousness with Its Twin Perils of Psychosis and Violence (pp. 133-134)
(Bob Johnson)

Chapter 67. Where is the OS of the Brain?: Physical Consciousness Outside the Brain (pp. 135-136)
(Takashi Taneichi)

Chapter 68. Neuromodulation: What Can It Tell Us about Disorder of Consciousness? (pp. 137-138)
(Rocco Salvatore Calabrò and Antonino Naro)

Chapter 69. Consciousness and Meditation: Two Partially Overlapping Networks (pp. 139-140)
(Jordi Manuello, Andrea Nani and Franco Cauda)

Chapter 70. Consciousness as Emergent Property of the Interaction Between Cognitive Levels (pp. 141-142)
(Rita Pizzi)

Chapter 71. Elementary Sensation Primacy Creating a First to Third Person Gap of Consciousness (pp. 143-144)
(Franz K. Jansen)

Chapter 72. Rosenthal on Essentially Indexical Self-Reference (pp. 145-146)
(Javier Vidal)

Chapter 73. General Anesthesia and Consciousness: The Actions of Anesthetics Drugs, and Features, Limits and New Perspectives in Depth of Anesthesia Monitoring (pp. 147-148)
(Marco Cascella)

Chapter 74. Online Gaming and Relational Intimacy (pp. 149-150)
(Katherine M. Hertlein and Ryan M. Earl)

Chapter 75. Gaming and Physical Activity: Current Findings and Future Directions (pp. 151-152)
(Danielle D. Wadsworth and Shelby J. Foote)

Chapter 76 Effects of Exergaming on Fundamental Movement Skills among Children and Young Adults: A Systematic Review (pp. 153-154)
(Nan Zeng and Zan Gao)

Chapter 77. The Neuroimaging Progress of Internet Gaming Disorder: The Dark Side of Gaming (pp. 155-156)
(Dahua Yu, Limei Bu, Kai Yuan and Xiaoqi Lu)

Chapter 78. Internet Gaming Disorder, Children, and Prevention (pp. 157-158)
(Kimberly S. Young)

Chapter 79. Sleep Habits and Self-Control: Possible Interactions Between Sleep and Daily Decision Making (pp. 159-160)
(June J. Pilcher and Drew M. Morris)

Chapter 80. Does Student Engagement in Academic Dishonesty Suggest a Lack of Self-Control? (pp. 161-162)
(Marcus A. Henning, Yan Chen and Susan J. Hawken)

Chapter 81. The Pursuit of Success and Excellence: Self-Control in Achievement Contexts (pp. 163-164)
(José Fernando A. Cruz and Rui Manuel Sofia)

Chapter 82. Resources Buffering the Day-Specific Relations between Work-Related Self-Control Demands and Employee Well-Being (pp. 165-166)
(Wladislaw Rivkin and Klaus-Helmut Schmidt)

Chapter 83. Generating Individual Human Behaviors: The Nexus of Causality and Physiology (pp. 167-168)
(Lawrence B. Mohr)

Chapter 84. The Importance of Frontal Lobe Inhibition for the Elaboration of Behavior and the Development of Culture in Hominins (pp. 169-170)
(Patricia A. Helvenston)

Chapter 85. An Etiology of Human Behavior (pp. 171-172)
(Robert G. Bednarik)

Chapter 86. Neotenous Paths to Hominization Part I: Neoteny, Skin, and Hominization (pp. 173-174)
(Ahmed Achrati)

Chapter 87. Neotenous Paths to Hominization Part II: Neoteny, Play, and Art (pp. 175-176)
(Ahmed Achrati)

Chapter 88. Collective Dissociation: The Origins of Civilized Madness (pp. 177-178)
(George F. Steiner)

Chapter 89. A Comparison of Historic Human Behavior and Attitudes toward New World (Cathartid) and Old World (Accipitrid) Vultures (pp. 179-180)
(Michael Campbell)

Chapter 90. Human Behavior Case Studies for the ICT and Automation Industry in Poland (pp. 181-182)
(Jozef Bohdan Lewoc, Marion Hersh, Antoni Izworski, Antonina Kieleczawa, Iwona Chomiak-Orsa, Janisław Muszyński, Alicja Kuberska, Thanasis Kamburelis, Bogdan Kasierski, Ryszard Fudala, Marek Tuła, Zbigniew Kochel, Stanisław Olejnik, Piotr Kociatkiewicz, Ludwik Górski, Józef Muszyński, Adam Urbanek, Eugeniusz Bilski and Lesław Niemczycki)

Chapter 91. Gratitude in Youth: Past, Present, and Future Applications (pp. 183-184)
(Samantha Bausert and Jeffrey J. Froh)

Chapter 92. Testing Scales of Parenting Practice and Filial Acts in Children and Exploring Their Correlations (pp. 185-186)
(Shi Li)

Chapter 93. Routine Household Chores in Gratitude Development in Children (pp. 187-188)
(Shi Li)

Chapter 94. Gratitude Uniquely Predicts Loneliness above Socio-Demographics, the Big 5 Personality Factors and Life Satisfaction (pp. 189-190)
(Félix Neto)

Chapter 95. Gratitude and Envy: Implications for Career Development (pp. 191-192)
(Viviana Langher, Andrea Caputo, Valentina Nannini and Massimo Sturiale)

Chapter 96. Visual Spatial Attention: What It Is, How It Works, and What It Does for Us (pp. 193-194)
(Jessica Madrid, Arryn Robbins, Collin Scarince, Hayward J. Godwin and Michael C. Hout)

Chapter 97. Low-Level versus High-Level Processing in Visual Attention (pp. 195-196)
(Thomas Ditye, Christoph Huber-Huber, Florian Goller and Ulrich Ansorge)

Chapter 98. On the Influence of Noise-Correlation Upon the Effectiveness of Cues (pp. 197-198)
(Bernt C. Skottun)

Chapter 99. Neuroticism, Job Performance and Health Outcomes: A Review (pp. 199-200)
(Annamaria Di Fabio)

Chapter 100. The Bad Performance of Neurotic Employees: A Matter of Job Satisfaction and Workaholism (pp. 201-202)
(Greta Mazzetti, Rita Chiesa, Michela Vignoli and Marco Depolo)

Chapter 101. Workaholism: Health Risk and Prevention in the Organizations (pp. 203-204)
(Marco Giannini and Yura Loscalzo)

Chapter 102. The Indirect Relationship between Neuroticism and Job Performance in Italian Trade Workers: A Cross-Sectional Study (pp. 205-206)
(Riccardo Sartori, Arianna Costantini and Andrea Ceschi)

Chapter 103. The Influence of Neuroticism, Personality Traits and Motivation on Organizational Emotional Intelligence and Work-Related Stress Tolerance (pp. 207-208)
(Giorgi Gabriele, Javier Fiz Perez and Melissa Morone)

Chapter 104. Focus on Neuroticism and Strengths of Workers: Empirical Results in Different Organizational Contexts (pp. 209-210)
(Annamaria Di Fabio and Letizia Palazzeschi)

Chapter 105. Neuroticism, Attention, and Eye Movements (pp. 211-212)
(Sowon Hahn and Yumin Chung)

Chapter 106. The Relationship between Neuroticism and Extraversion in an Egyptian Context (pp. 213-214)
(Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek)

Chapter 107. Neuroticism and Flourishing in White Collar Workers: From Self-Esteem to Intrapreneurial Self-Capital for Adaptive Outcomes (pp. 215-216)
(Annamaria Di Fabio and Alessio Gori)

Chapter 108. Neuroticism and Career Outcomes: An Empirical Study from a Preventive Perspective (pp. 217-218)
(Annamaria Di Fabio and Ornella Bucci)

Chapter 109. Neuroticism across Cultures: Macro-Level Insights into the Worldwide Distribution of Neuroticism (pp. 219-220)
(Radek Trnka and Inna Čábelková)

Chapter 110. Personality and Vulnerability to Psychological Distress (pp. 221-222)
(Claudia Elia, Antonio Giulio Simonelli and Angelo Compare)

Chapter 111. The Psychological Disease in Sport: Stress, Anxiety, Self-Esteem and Wellness of the Athletes (pp. 223-224)
(Giulia Di Blasi, Angelo Compare, Claudia Elia, Antonio Giulio Simonelli and Francesco Cattafi)

Chapter 112. Psychological Distress in Cancer Patients: From Recognition to Management (pp. 225-226)
(Barbara Muzzatti, Francesca Bomben, Cristiana Flaiban, Sara Mella and Maria Antonietta Annunziata)

Chapter 113. Does Coping Style Add to the Effects of Sex and Trauma Type on PTSD and Mental Health Outcomes? (pp. 227-228)
(Melanie D. Hetzel-Riggin)

Chapter 114. SPSd - A New Rating Scale for Psychological Distress in Adolescence: A Validation Study on a Nationwide Italian Cohort of 31,661 Adolescents (pp. 229-230)
(Enzo Grossi, Gabriele Manella, Giovanni Pieretti, Bruno Genetti, Milena Sperotto and Paolo Vian)

Chapter 115. Psychological Interventions to Reduce Distress and Improve Quality of Life in Families with Autistic Children (pp. 231-232)
(Cristina Zarbo, Angelo Compare, Sara Melli and Enzo Grossi)

Chapter 116. Mental Stress in Parents and Siblings of Autistic Children: Review of the Literature and Original Study of the Related Psychological Dimensions (pp. 233-234)
(Sara Melli, Enzo Grossi, Cristina Zarbo and Angelo Compare)

Chapter 117. The Role of Stress, Psychological Distress and Coping Strategies in the Etiology and Prognosis of Cardiac Diseases (pp. 235-236)
(Cristina Zarbo and Angelo Compare)

Chapter 118. Assessment of Physiological Patterns of Acute Stress Responses: the Role of Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (pp. 237-238)
(Agostino Brugnera, Kaoru Sakatani and Angelo Compare)

Chapter 119. Predictive and Preventive Psychological Assessments for Women in Outpatient Integrated Care Clinic (pp. 239-240)
(Maddalena Ischia, Sara Zanelli, Maurizio Gerolamo Biraghi, Rodolfo Milani, Nadia Bernocchi, Rossella Dal Bo, Chiara Carzaniga, Silvia Briganti and Angelo Compare)

Chapter 120. Let’s Feed the Cloud Dragons: Creating Time in Gifted Education (pp. 241-242)
(Catya von Károlyi)

Chapter 121. Into the Woods: Creativity in Gifted Children (pp. 243-244)
(Dowon Choi, Eric Schoonard and James C. Kaufman)

Chapter 122. Viewing Creativity from a Talent Development Perspective (pp. 245-246)
(Steven I. Pfeiffer and Emilee Valler)

Chapter 123. Creativity and STEM Education: Paradox or Praxis? (pp. 247-248)
(Bonnie Cramond and Karen Sweeney Gerow)

Chapter 124. Promoting Creativity in Online Courses (pp. 249-250)
(Monita Leavitt)

Chapter 125. Beyond Standardized Thinking: Promoting Creativity in the Classroom (pp. 251-252)
(Ellen D. Fiedler)

Chapter 126. Challenges Faced by Creatively Gifted Children (pp. 253-254)
(Roya Klingner)

Chapter 127. Cognitive Stimulation and Information-Communication Technologies (ICT) in Alzheimer’s Disease: A Systematic Review (pp. 255-256)
(Grazia D’Onofrio, Daniele Sancarlo, Francesco Ricciardi, Qingwei Ruan, Zhuowei Yu, Francesco Giuliani and Antonio Greco)

Chapter 128. Cognitive Stimulation Reduce Mortality Risk in Institutionalized Patients with Dementia: A One-Year Follow-Up Study (pp. 257-258)
(Grazia D’Onofrio, Daniele Sancarlo, Leandro Cascavilla, Francesco Paris, Davide Seripa, Francesco Panza and Antonio Greco)

Chapter 129. Elucidation of Neuropsychological Mechanisms of Eye Movements Accompanying Cognitive Activity (pp. 259-300)
(Yoko Hoshi and Shing-Jen Chen)

Chapter 130. Indirect Social Influence at Work: The Effect of Anticipated Discussion on Thinking Style (pp. 261-262)
(Nicole Votolato Montgomery and Rajesh Bhargave)

Chapter 131. Self-Control and the Susceptibility to Persuasion, Compliance, and Conformity (pp. 263-264)
(Edward Burkley and Thomas Hatvany)

Chapter 132. Blowing Smoke: How Appeal Type Influences Subjective Norms and Intentions to Consume Electronic Cigarettes (pp. 265-266)
(Mitchel R. Murdock and Priyali Rajagopal)

Chapter 133. Consumer Response to Brand Failures (pp. 267-268)
(Sekar Raju)

Chapter 134. Rethinking the Diamond Model: Theory and Research Support Self-Anticonformity as a Basic Response and Influence Process (pp. 269-270)
(Paul R. Nail and Katarzyna Sznajd-Weron)

Chapter 135. Direct Marketing on the Internet: Implications on Customer Acquisition, Repeat Buying, and Firm Performance (pp. 271-272)
(Jacquelyn Thomas, Richard Briesch and Peggy H. Tseng)

Chapter 136. The Vulgar Euphemism (VE) Scale: Entitled Incivility in Social Relations (pp. 273-274)
(Daniel J. Howard)

Chapter 137. Computational Thinking and Fuzzy Logic in Problem Solving (pp. 275-276)
(Michael Gr. Voskoglou)

Chapter 138. Digital Technologies and Mathematical Problem Solving: Redesigning Resources, Materials, and Extending Learning Environments (pp. 277-278)
(Manuel Santos-Trigo and Matías Camacho-Machín)

Chapter 139. Einstellung Effect and the Modern Day Mathematical Problem Solving and Posing (pp. 279-280)
Sergei Abramovich

Chapter 140. Using Context Rich Problems as a Path to Problem Solving Skills and Content Knowledge in Physics (pp. 281-282)
(Peter Gustafsson, Margareta Enghag and Gunnar Jonsson)

Chapter 141. Teaching and Assessing Story Problems: Schema Based Problem Solving Environment (pp. 283-284)
(Manoj Praveen G.)

Chapter 142. The Interpersonal Problem-Solving Process: Assessment and Intervention (pp. 285-286)
(Saray Bonete and Clara Molinero)

Chapter 143. A Multi-Dimensional Scale to Measure Strategies for Solving Personal Problems: Validation and Outcomes (pp. 287-288)
(Yoshinori Sugiura and Tomoko Sugiura)

Chapter 144. Characteristics of Social Problem-Solving Ability in Relationship to Reflectivity-Impulsivity, Need for Cognition, and Communication Skills (pp. 289-290)
(Katsunori Sumi)

Chapter 145. Relationship Between Social Problem Solving, Anxiety and Empathy Among Adolescents in Hungarian Context (pp. 291-292)
(László Kasik, Csaba Gáspár, Kornél Guti and Anikó Zsolnai)

Chapter 146. Self-Regulatory Strategies during Problem-Solving by Using an Inquiry-Based Approach: “Make Sense of Problems and Persevere in Solving Them” (pp. 293-294)
(Areti Panaoura)

Chapter 147. Improving Undergraduate Student Generic Problem Solving Skills by Using Problem-Based Learning in a Large Classroom Setting (pp. 295-296)
(A. Klegeris and H. Hurren)

Chapter 148. An Overview of Problem-Solving Therapy (pp. 297-298)
(P. Otero, F. L. Vázquez, V. Blanco and A. Torres)

Chapter 149. Problem Solving in our Knowledge Society and Future Perspectives (pp. 299-300)
(Michael Gr. Voskoglou)

Chapter 150. Conceptual Analysis of the Relationship between Cognition and Metacognition (pp. 301-302)
(Meredith M. Marcum and James A. Marcum)

Chapter 151. Metacognition and Cognitive Flexibility in Transfer of Learning (pp. 303-304)
(Jérôme Clerc and Evelyne Clément)

Chapter 152. Metacognition, Self-Regulation and Feedback for Object-Oriented Programming Problem-Solving (pp. 305-306)
(María Consuelo Sáiz-Manzanares and Raúl Marticorena Sánchez)

Chapter 153. Developing Metacognition at School: A Learning Integrated Approach (pp. 307-308)
(Daniela Pietrapiana)

Chapter 154. Developing Students Metacognitive Awareness within Classical Dance (pp. 309-310)
(A. Chatzipanteli)

Chapter 155. The Effectiveness of Reciprocal and Self-Check Teaching Style in Promoting Metacognition in Physical Education Classes (pp. 311-312)
(A. Chatzipanteli, N. Digelidis and R. Dean)

Chapter 156. The Effects of Resistance and Aerobic Training on Obesity (pp. 313-314)
(Raquel Munhoz da Silveira Campos, Deborah Cristina Landi Masquio, Marcos Mônico-Neto, Hanna Karen Moreira Antunes and Ana Raimunda Dâmaso)

Chapter 157. Resistance Exercises in Rheumatic Diseases (pp. 315-316)
(Claudio Joaquim Borba-Pinheiro, Josiana Kely Rodrigues Moreira, Moisés Costa da Silva and Biatriz Araújo Cardoso)

Chapter 158. Resistance Training in Later Life: Self-Efficacy, Physical Self-Worth and Sense of Community (pp. 317-318)
(Rylee A. Dionigi)

Chapter 159. Relationships between Gaze Behavior and Motor Behavior in Complex Aerial Skills (pp. 319-320)
(Yusuke Sato, Konstantinos Velentzas and Thomas Heinen)

Chapter 160. Spotting and Guiding in Artistic Gymnastics from a Daily Practical Perspective (pp. 321-322)
(Rainer Schrempf and Damian Jeraj)

Chapter 161. Observational Learning in the Context of Skill Acquisition (pp. 323-324)
(Carolin Braun)

Chapter 162. Augmented Feedback for Movement Error Correction in Gymnastics (pp. 325-326)
(Juliane Veit, Damian Jeraj and Babett H. Lobinger)

Chapter 163. Imagery in Gymnastics: Theories and Empirical Findings (pp. 327-328)
(Bianca A. Simonsmeier and Cornelia Frank)

Chapter 164. Motor Expertise and Mental Rotation Performance in Gymnastics (pp. 329-330)
(Käthe Bersiner and Thomas Heinen)

Chapter 165. The Measurement of Mental Representations within the Context of Motor Actions (pp. 331-332)
(Linda Hennig, Konstantinos Velentzas and Damian Jeraj)

Chapter 166. Directional Tendencies in Artistic Gymnastics (pp. 333-334)
(Flavio Bessi, Dieter Hofmann, Christoph von Laßberg and Thomas Heinen)

Chapter 167. Interpersonal Coordination in Gymnastics (pp. 335-336)
(Thomas Heinen and Marc Nicolaus)

Chapter 168. Lost Skill Syndrome in Gymnastics (pp. 337-338)
Thomas Heinen, Mohammad Ghesneh and Hardy Fink

Chapter 169. Performance of German Wheel Gymnasts and Artistic Gymnasts: Implications for Training Processes (pp. 339-340)
(Kathrin Schad)

Chapter 170. Uneven Bars Revolution – A Question of National Tradition and Motor Learning (pp. 341-342)
Swantje Scharenberg

Chapter 171. Mind over Matter (pp. 343-346)
(Luke Strongman)

Chapter 172. Pathological Gambling: Risk Factors, Prevalence, Pathophysiology, and Treatment Outcomes (pp. 347-348)
(Shannon Y. Chiu and Anhar Hassan)

Chapter 173. Gambling: Taxes and Prevention (pp. 349-350)
(Ingo Fiedler, Sylvia Kairouz and Chantal Robillard)

Chapter 174. A Desire-Targeted Intervention Based on Naikan Counseling for Disordered Gamblers (DING) (pp. 351-352)
(Yasunobu Komoto)

Chapter 175. Specific Differences in Determinants for Indirect Aggression Perpetrator and Victim Behaviour and Their Implications for the Phenomenon of Cyber-Violence (pp. 353-354)
(Marzanna Farnicka)

Chapter 176. Emotional Adjustment in Adolescents Who Abuse Their Parents (pp. 355-356)
(Estefanía Estévez, Candido J. Inglés, María S. Torregrosa, José M. García-Fernández and David Aparisi)

Chapter 177. Social Judgments of Men and Women Experiencing and Expressing Emotions (pp. 357-358)
(Susanne N. Biehle, Tara T. Lineweaver and Emily K. Hellmann)

Chapter 178. Alcohol Dependence, Alcohol Use Patterns, Personality Traits and Psychiatric Symptoms (pp. 359-360)
(Mariana Fortunata Donadon and Flávia de Lima Osório)

Chapter 179. An Overview Regarding Insomnia Disorder: Conceptualization, Assessment and Treatment (pp. 361-362)
(Daniel Ruivo Marques, Ana Allen Gomes, Vanda Clemente, José Moutinho dos Santos, Gina Caetano and Miguel Castelo-Branco)

Chapter 180. Scrutinizing Scruples: Morality as a Societally Created, Need-Based System (pp. 363-364)
(Hunter A. Myüz and David Trafimow)

Chapter 181. Outcomes of Group Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy for Adult Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis (pp. 365-366)
(Andrea Pozza)

Chapter 182. Novel Pharmacological Strategies for the Treatment of Depression: Involvement of Interaction of Calcium /cAMP Intracellular Signalling Pathways (pp. 367-368)
(Leandro B. Bergantin and Afonso Caricati-Neto)

Chapter 183. New Insights for the Pharmacological Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease: Implications of the Interaction of Calcium /cAMP Intracellular Signalling Pathways (pp. 369-370)
(Leandro B. Bergantin and Afonso Caricati-Neto)

Chapter 184. Novel Perspectives for the Pharmacological Treatment of Parkinson’s Disease: Participation of the Calcium/cAMP Signalling Interaction (pp. 371-372)
(Leandro B. Bergantin and Afonso Caricati-Neto)

Chapter 185. Nice and Mean: How Freudenfreude and Schadenfreude Shape Relationships (pp. 373-374)
(Catherine Chambliss and Amy C. Hartl)

Chapter 186. Depression Diagnosis and Assessment of Associated Features with the FAST (pp. 375-376)
(Catherine Chambliss)

Chapter 187. Empathy and Depression: Too Much or Too Little Empathy? (pp. 377-378)
(Kayleigh Thompson and Catherine Chambliss)

Chapter 188. Empathy versus Social Comparative Processing and Competitive Striving (pp. 379-380)
(Rebecca Brown and Catherine Chambliss)

Chapter 189. Comparing Etiological Models of Depression (pp. 381-382)
(Ryan March, Maria Miller, Rebecca Brown, Jill Lawrence, Victoria Senger and Catherine Chambliss)

Chapter 190. Something New: Integrating the Etiological Role of Schadenfreude and Freudenfreude (pp. 383-384)
(Catherine Chambliss and Agnieszka Pietraszkiewicz)

Chapter 191. Explaining the Schadenfreude and Freudenfreude Features of Depression: Interrelationships among Depression, Competitiveness, Contentiousness, Freudenfreude, and Schadenfreude (pp. 385-386)
(Catherine Chambliss)

Chapter 192. Treatment Strategies to Combat Depression (pp. 387-388)
(Caroline Kelly, Brittany Hawley and Catherine Chambliss)

Chapter 193. A New Treatment Focus: Interpersonal Mutuality Training to Build Freudenfreude (pp. 389-390)
Catherine Chambliss and Amy C. Hartl

Chapter 194. Cultural Casualties Case Study Mobile Technology May Increase Risk of Depression: Depression and Mobile Device Disruption of Interpersonal Relationships (pp. 391-392)
(Jillian Casarella, Sarah Gow, Anna Shultes, Zoe Hoffeld, Dayna Honrychs, Tara Morales and Catherine Chambliss)

Chapter 195. Cultural Casualties Case Study: Changing Family Roles May Increase Risk of Depression. Parental Self-Esteem Correlates of Family Employment Lifestyle (pp. 393-394)
(Catherine Chambliss, Amy C. Hartl, Jenifer Norton and Megan Giroux)

Chapter 196. Buoying Spirits and Treating Depression: Applying Empathy Research Clinically (pp. 395-396)
(Catherine Chambliss)

Chapter 197. Development of Personality in Adolescence (pp. 397-398)
(Generós Ortet, Ana M. Viruela, Laura Mezquita and Manuel I. Ibáñez)

Chapter 198. Five Personality Factors Model and Conflict Management (pp. 399-400)
(Ana Paula Monteiro, Pedro Cunha and Abílio Afonso Lourenço)

Chapter 199. The Five-Factor Model of Personality Traits and Early Maladaptive Schemas (pp. 401-402)
(Ninawa Butrus and Rivka T. Witenberg)

Chapter 200. Maladaptive Schemas, Underlying Beliefs, and Dimensional Personality Domains: Associations within Clinical and Student Samples
(pp. 405-406)
(Ashley C. Helle, Whitney L. Gore, Maryanne Edmundson, Thomas A. Widige and Stephanie N. Mullins-Sweatt)

Chapter 201. Reframing Philanthropy from Benevolence to Social Reform: Nineteenth Century New Zealand Perspectives (pp. 407-408)
(Jenny Coleman)

Chapter 202. Boundary-Spanning Philanthropy: A Micro-Macro Perspective on Philanthropy, Nonprofit Organizations and Online Prosocial Behavior (pp. 409-410)
(Rita S. Mano)

Chapter 203. Jihad and Generosity: Rational Philanthropy in the Muslim World (pp. 411-412)
(Ron Katz)

Chapter 204. Prosocial Behavior: Theoretical Perspectives (pp. 413-414)
(pp. Jesús Redondo-Pacheco, Cándido J. Inglés-Saura, Luz K. Parra-Galvis, Laura M. Nieto-Barroso and Marcela Lizeth Navarro-Galvis)

Chapter 205. The Effect of Social Norms and the Presence of Bystanders on Altruistic Behavior (pp. 415-416)
(Costanza Scaffidi Abbate and Stefano Ruggieri)

Chapter 206. Media and Prosocial Values in Religious Society Based on Social Cognitive Theory (pp. 417-418)
(Rosmawati Mohamad Rasit)

Chapter 207. Cyber Prosocial Behavior: Prosocial Behaviors in the Digital Age (pp. 419-420)
(Michelle F. Wright and William Stanley Pendergrass)

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