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Capturing complexity: a typology of reflective practice for teacher education
Abstract Reflection has become an integral part of teacher education, yet its elusive boundaries make it difficult to define and teach. Examining the various facets of reflection with respect toExpand
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Why the Unskilled Are Unaware: Further Explorations of (Absent) Self-Insight Among the Incompetent.
People are typically overly optimistic when evaluating the quality of their performance on social and intellectual tasks. In particular, poor performers grossly overestimate their performancesExpand
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Trauma Symptom Checklist for Young Children
Phone:(800) 331-8378 custsup@parinc.com www.parinc.com $1.40 Yes The TSCYC is a 90-item caretaker-report instrument developed for the assessment of trauma-related symptoms in children ages 3-12. ItExpand
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Why People Fail to Recognize Their Own Incompetence
Successful negotiation of everyday life would seem to require people to possess insight about deficiencies in their intellectual and social skills. However, people tend to be blissfully unaware ofExpand
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Minority Stress and Physical Health Among Sexual Minorities
Lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) individuals suffer serious mental health disparities relative to their heterosexual peers, and researchers have linked these disparities to difficult socialExpand
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Sexual Orientation Perception Involves Gendered Facial Cues
Perceivers can accurately judge a face’s sexual orientation, but the perceptual mechanisms mediating this remain obscure. The authors hypothesized that stereotypes casting gays and lesbians as genderExpand
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Race is gendered: how covarying phenotypes and stereotypes bias sex categorization.
We argue that race and sex categories are psychologically and phenotypically confounded, affecting social categorizations and their efficiency. Sex categorization of faces was facilitated when theExpand
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Perceiving Sex Directly and Indirectly
We employed a novel technique to explore how the body's motion and morphology affect judgments of sex and gender. Stimuli depicted animated human walkers that varied in motion (gait patterns varyingExpand
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How unaware are the unskilled? Empirical tests of the “signal extraction” counterexplanation for the Dunning–Kruger effect in self-evaluation of performance
Previous work on the Dunning–Kruger effect has shown that poor performers often show little insight into the shortcomings in their performance, presumably because they suffer a double curse. DeficitsExpand
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People Watching: Social, Perceptual, and Neurophysiological Studies of Body Perception
I. Introduction Chapter 1: Making Great Strides: Advances in Research on the Perception of the Human Body Chapter 2: Gunnar Johansson, Events, and Biological Motion II. Psychophysics Chapter 3:Expand
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