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Pancultural nostalgia: prototypical conceptions across cultures.
Key points of cross-cultural agreement regarding conceptions of nostalgia are identified, supporting the notion that nostalgia is a pancultural emotion.
Remembering a nuclear accident in Japan: Did it trigger flashbulb memories?
The results supported the notion that flashbulb memories are formed through rehearsal rather than at encoding, and it is also possible that rehearsal was a result of theflashbulb memory.
Salesperson’s procedural knowledge, experience and performance: An empirical study in Japan
The authors investigated the moderating effect of sales experience on the relationship between salespeople’s procedural knowledge and their performance, using a sample of 108 salespeople working at
The effect of a protagonist’s emotional shift on situation model construction
The results from the two experiments suggest that readers monitor temporal and causal shifts as well as protagonists’ emotional shifts in stories and that reader emotional engagement can influence situation model construction with normal reading.
Are pension types associated with happiness in Japanese older people?: JAGES cross-sectional study
While pension types were associated with happiness after adjusting for other proxy measures of socioeconomic status, the association diminished following adjustment for depression.
Chapter 14: Human metacognition and the déjà vu phenomenon
For over a century, the phenomenon of deja vu has attracted much interest, and in recent times, it has been studied by researchers in various scientifi c fi elds (e.g., Brown, 2003, 2004; Sno &
The effects of aging on nostalgia in consumers' advertisement processing
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Decision making processes based on social conventional rules in early adolescents with and without autism spectrum disorders
Adolescents with ASD do not rely on information about individual characteristics when making moral judgements, while typically developing (TD) adolescents would use protagonists’ characteristics whenMaking the judgements.