The Importance of Context-Relevance: Entrepreneurial Personality Relates to Entrepreneurial Outcomes Beyond the HEXACO and Dark Triad
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by Matt C. Howard The University of South Alabama, Mitchell College of BusinessMatt C. Howard is an associate professor in the Mitchell College of Business at the University of South Alabama. His research interests include statistics and methodology, health and well-being, personality and individual differences, as well as technology-enhanced training and development. He has published lead-author works in the Journal of Psychology, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Research Methods, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Business Research, Applied Psychology, Information & Management, Human-Computer Interaction, Computers & Education, Virtual Reality, Vaccine, and many other outlets. He serves on the editorial boards of Human Resource Management, Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Business and Psychology, and Journal of Health Psychology. He was recognized as an Association for Psychological Science Rising Star 2022.
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Field of Study and Gender Moderation of the Association of Personality and Math Anxiety with Numeracy
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by Maristella Lunardon Tania Cerni Raffaella Ida Rumiati a International School for Advanced Studies (SISSA)b University of Padovac Tor Vergata UniversityMaristella Lunardon is a psychologist and a PhD candidate in cognitive neuroscience. Her research has been focusing on numerical cognition and numerical interventions in typical and atypical (e.g., Down syndrome) developing children. Her interests are currently on the cognitive and noncognitive factors underlying numeracy, especially in higher education students. She coauthored six publications on these topics, published in international peer-reviewed journals.Tania Cerni has a Ph.D. in psychological science and education. She has been collaborating with different universities and research institutions in Italy and abroad on issues related to cognitive psychology and its educational implications. Her main research interests include the study of cognitive and non-cognitive factors at the foundation of low-level and high-level literacy and numeracy processes. She authored various publications on the topic, including works related to reading and writing processes, and on individual differences influencing literacy and numeracy.Raffaella I. Rumiati is a professor of cognitive neuroscience whose research has been focusing on neurocognitive mechanisms underlying different systems including perception, action and language. Recently her interests lie in how cognitive and noncognitive factors may affect the life course of cognition, and numeracy in particular. During her career she has been a good citizen, serving as ad hoc reviewer, action editor, and member of grant and evaluation bodies and agencies. She has been an active member of several scientific societies and she authored about 200 publications including peer reviewed articles, chapters and reviews.
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Creativity and Well-Being Among College Students: The Mediating Role of Meaning in Life
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by Yongzhan Li Dehui Wu Xuchang UniversityYongzhan Li is a vice professor at Xuchang University. He is a doctor of psychology. His research mainly focuses on cyber aggression, family environment, creativity, and independent learning. He has published over 60 papers related to his research area.Dehui Wu is a professor at Xuchang University. His research mainly focuses on historical nihilism in cyberspace, core socialist values, and Marxist theory. He has published over 50 papers related to the above research area.
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Relationship Between Stressful Life Events and Online Deviant Behaviors Among College Students: A Moderated Mediation Model
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by Xianliang Zheng Lin Chen Xiangsen Zhou Jielin Wang Xiangqin Li Gannan Normal UniversityXianliang Zheng is a professor at the School of Educational Science, Gannan Normal University, China. His main research interests are in Internet psychology and behavior, and he has especially conducted systematic research on Internet altruistic behavior.Lin Chen is a master’s degree student at the School of Educational Science, Gannan Normal University, China. Her research interests focus on online deviant behaviors and problematic short video use behaviors.Xiangsen Zhou is a master’s degree student at the School of Educational Science, Gannan Normal University, China. His research interests focus on Internet altruistic behavior and Internet altruistic punishment.Jielin Wang is a master’s degree student at the School of Educational Science, Gannan Normal University, China. Her research interests focus on Internet altruistic behavior.Xiangqin Li is a master’s degree student at the School of Educational Science, Gannan Normal University, China. Her research interests focus on Internet altruistic behavior.
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Your Need for Cognition, Cognitive Flexibility, and Cognitive Emotion Regulation Strategies Matter! The Path beyond a Satisfied Life
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by Hande KaynakMerve Denizci NazlıgülBetül Beyza Cengila Çankaya Universityb Independent Researcherc Social Sciences University of AnkaraHande Kaynak, Ph.D., is a cognitive psychologist and faculty member in the Department of Psychology at Çankaya University. Her research focuses on memory processes, particularly exploring how memory is affected by emotion.Merve Denizci Nazlıgül, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist with years of experience in private practice. In addition to her clinical work, she actively engages in research, seeking insights into the mechanisms underlying addictive behaviors. Her main research interest is in behavioral addictions, especially gaming addiction and exercise addiction.Betül Beyza Cengil, M.A., is a PhD student in the Neuroscience program at Bilkent University and also works as a research assistant at Social Sciences University of Ankara. Her research focuses on memory systems, false memory, and their interaction with emotion. Recently, she has expanded her research to include the study of vision and its neural correlates.
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Association Between Self-Construals, Social Pain Sensitivity, and Gender in Young Adults
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by Masataka UmedaSe-Woong ParkUniversity of Texas at San AntonioMasataka Umeda, PhD, is an assistant professor in kinesiology at the University of Texas at San Antonio. His research examines pain sensitivity using various laboratory pain tests and cardiovascular psychophysiology techniques in healthy individuals and individuals with chronic pain (e.g., fibromyalgia).Se-Woong Park, PhD, is an assistant professor in kinesiology at the University of Texas at San Antonio. His research examines upper limb motor control, movement variability in motor learning, and sensorimotor behavior in individuals with autism spectrum disorder.
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Characteristics and Correlates of Meaning in Life Profiles among Chinese Rural Adolescents
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by Yumei LiSylvia Y. C. L. KwokCity University of Hong KongYumei Li is a Ph.D. Candidate at the City University of Hong Kong. Her research focuses on assessment-based behaviors and psychological domains, including psychological measurement, mental health issues (depression, anxiety, suicide, etc.), problematic interactive media use behaviors, and positive youth development. She has published over 15 papers related to psychological measurement, children and adolescent mental health issues, and positive youth development in high-impact international refereed journals.Sylvia Y.C.L. Kwok is a Professor at the City University of Hong Kong. Her research mainly focuses on the family ecological and positive psychological factors that are related to anxiety, depression, suicide, and wellbeing of children and adolescents. She has published over 70 papers related to children and adolescent mental health issues, parenting, and positive education in high-impact international refereed journals.
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Investigating the Role of Anger and Cognitive Malfunction in Mental Health: A Cross-Sectional Exploration Paving the Way for a Subsequent Experiment
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by Shubham KharwarParwinder SinghIndian Institute of Technology RoparShubham Kharwar is a PhD candidate (Psychology) in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar, Rupnagar, Punjab. He primarily works in motivational analysis of emotion regulation of discrete emotions, employing various methodologies. Other areas of interest involve exploring the causes and consequences of stigma towards marginalised communities and designing interventions to reduce its detrimental outcomes.Parwinder Singh is an Assistant Professor (Psychology) in the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology Ropar, Rupnagar, Punjab. He is working extensively in the area of emotion regulation. Apart from this, he plans, devises, executes, and evaluates psychological interventions to mitigate the impacts of maladaptive behaviours and cognitions.
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Affective Trust in the Supervisor and Innovative Work Behavior: The Effects of Proactive Skill Development and Learning Goal Orientation
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by Aamir Ali ChughtaiShehla R. Arifeena Forman Christian College Universityb Lahore School of EconomicsAamir Ali Chughtai obtained his PhD in Organizational Behavior from the Dublin City University, Ireland. Currently, he is working as a faculty member at the School of Business, Forman Christian College University, Lahore, Pakistan. His research interests include work engagement, organizational trust, leadership, and job attitudes.Shehla R. Arifeen obtained her PhD from Lancaster University Management School at the Department of Management Learning and Leadership. She is a faculty member of the Department of Business Administration, at the Lahore School of Economics, Pakistan. Shehla is also an Honorary Scholar at the University of Liverpool Management School. Her research work focuses on women in organizations, women as entrepreneurs, leadership, power, and resistance in organizations.
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When the Confounding Effect of Optimism Meets the Collider Effect of Motivation: Prospective teachers’ Moral Motives and Moral Stances
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by Altay ErenBolu Abant İzzet Baysal UniversityAltay Eren is a Professor in the Department of Educational Sciences at Bolu Abant İzzet Baysal University in Bolu, Türkiye. His primary research interests include teacher morality, motivations for teaching, professional engagement, career development aspirations, time perspectives, dispositional hope, teaching-specific hopes, and epistemic curiosity. He has published research articles in these areas and has also mentored graduate students for their theses.
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