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Cerebellar rTMS disrupts predictive language processing
Summary The human cerebellum plays an important role in language, amongst other cognitive and motor functions [1], but a unifying theoretical framework about cerebellar language function is lacking.Expand
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Educating gratitude: Some conceptual and moral misgivings
In a rapidly expanding academic literature on gratitude, psychologists, philosophers and educational theorists have argued that gratitude is not just of great psycho-social importance but also ofExpand
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A new approach to measuring moral virtues: The Multi-Component Gratitude Measure
Abstract Empirical explorations of moral virtues have increased dramatically recently. This paper introduces a new method of assessing moral virtue using gratitude as an example; a virtue thatExpand
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Gratitude in the UK: A new prototype analysis and a cross-cultural comparison
The present research examined gratitude in the UK, contrasted features of gratitude with those identified in the USA, and explored whether gratitude is associated with virtue. In three studies, weExpand
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Learning and teaching virtuous gratitude
Gratitude has been widely regarded by philosophers, psychologists and educational theorists as a personal and/or pro-social response of some moral significance. Indeed, beyond its more obvious valueExpand
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Gratitude, self-monitoring and social intelligence: A prosocial relationship?
To date, gratitude has been discussed as a positive construct that is linked to various prosocial outcomes, including helping behaviours and altruism, as well as intrapersonal and interpersonal gainsExpand
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Exploring the Impact of Social Media and Parents on Young People’s Character and Virtues
An abundance of theoretical and empirical work has documented how character and virtues, as well as positive relationships and institutions, are intrinsically linked to well-being and individual andExpand