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Red and romantic behavior in men viewing women
In many non-human primate species, a display of red by a female increases attraction behavior in male conspecifics. In two experiments, we investigate an analogous effect in humans, specifically,Expand
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The influence of achievement goals and social goals on help-seeking from peers in an academic context
Abstract The influence of achievement goals and social goals on help-seeking from peers in an academic context was examined in two studies. A total of 551 high school students participated in the twoExpand
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Mindfulness as a moderator of neuroticism–outcome relations: A self-regulation perspective
Abstract Neuroticism’s prediction of negative emotional outcomes has been linked to negative reactivity tendencies. Dispositional mindfulness, defined in terms of being attentive and aware (versusExpand
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The influence of red on perceptions of relative dominance and threat in a competitive context.
Recent research has revealed that a person or team wearing red is more likely to win a physical contest than a person or team wearing another color. In the present research, we examined whether redExpand
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Hot-headed is more than an expression: the embodied representation of anger in terms of heat.
Anger is frequently referred to in terms of heat-related metaphors (e.g., hot-headed). The metaphoric representation perspective contends that such metaphors are not simply a poetic means ofExpand
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Red enhances the processing of facial expressions of anger.
Emotional expressions convey important social information. Given the social importance of decoding emotions, expressive faces wield great influence on cognition and perception. However, contextualExpand
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Advanced Distributed Learning
The future of Naval aviation training is directly linked to our success in converting and/or augmenting conventional classroom instructor training with advanced distributed learning (ADL). TheExpand
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Abstract Concept Learning in Animals
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Affective priming and learning
Adaptation to Weightlessnes