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Does the Thought Count? Gratitude Understanding in Elementary School Students
ABSTRACT Gratitude, although studied throughout history by scholars from diverse backgrounds, has been largely understudied in psychology until recently. The psychological literature on gratitude isExpand
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The Development of the Virtue of Gratitude: Theoretical Foundations and Cross-Cultural Issues
The expression of gratitude by children and young adolescents in different societies is the topic of this special issue. We introduce the concept of gratitude as a virtue, explaining its differencesExpand
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Cultural Expertise in U.S. Psychology Departments: An Analysis of Faculty Profiles
Many initiatives encourage students to be globally aware and engage in a multicultural perspective, but researchers have yet to address whether there are sufficient faculty to facilitate theseExpand
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Women in Iran
Life for Iranian women has and continues to evolve since the Revolution in the late 1970s. Changes stem in large part from the influence of and access to minority world culture facilitated byExpand
Feeling grateful and envious: adolescents’ narratives of social emotions in identity and social development
Abstract Although the ubiquity of gratitude and envy would suggest they are important in the daily lives of adolescents, those social emotions have been relatively unexplored by psychologists.Expand
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