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Social comparison processes include the desire to affiliate with others, the desire for information about others, and explicit self-evaluation against others. Previously these types of comparison activity and their corresponding measures have been treated as interchangeable. We present evidence that in certain groups under threat, these comparison(More)
Editorial This month's edition of DEOSNEWS offers a thought-provoking approach to the question of the extent to which text-based teaching and learning environments limit our ability to communicate richly. Although the authors' arguments and conclusions are more speculative than conclusive, the ideas presented here provide a fruitful foundation for dialogue(More)
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