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It is argued that one answer to the question of the rationality of emotion hinges on the different roles in action selection played by emotions when one is aware of them versus when one is not aware… (More)
Emotional awareness—that is, accurate emotional self-report—has been linked to positive well-being and mental health. However, it is still unclear how emotional awareness is socialized in young… (More)
In this chapter, we will investigate the wider cultural and social processes which help to cultivate the critically open attitude, and trace how these have changed and developed over historical time.
This chapter will examine the effects of critical open-mindedness in three areas: decision making, morality, and well-being, and will look at evidence that it is beneficial in all three areas.
It is useful to take stock at this point and give a brief summary of the model of critical open-mindedness that has emerged so far from the previous chapters of Part I.
This chapter will examine open-mindedness as a topic of academic discussion from ancient times to the present day. We will examine how the notion of critical open-mindedness used in this book relates… (More)
There is a particular kind of debate that sometimes occurs when people argue about politics, or religion, or science, or when having an argument with a family member. The structure of the debate is… (More)
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To examine emotional coping and support needs in children of persons with acquired brain injury, with a view to understanding what interventions would be helpful for these children.… (More)