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Lee, Soyoung – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2022
This paper addresses the question of mental health, in particular the manner in which it finds its way into education. Increased attention to mental health in education should be welcomed, but often the focus is on 'problem-solving', which in turn confines the 'solution' within the spectrum of preventive and corrective intervention. Often it is…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Children, Education, Films
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Brady, Alison M. – Journal of Philosophy of Education, 2022
In this paper, I will begin by charting some of the conceptions of mental health in young people today, paying particular attention to recent mental health education policies in England. I will focus on the concept of 'resilience' as central to these policies, and how this represents an impoverished understanding of mental health, what it means to…
Descriptors: Mental Health, Foreign Countries, Resilience (Psychology), Youth
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Kwon, Kyongboon; Willenbrink, Jessica B.; Bliske, Madeline N.; Brinckman, Bridget G. – Journal of Early Adolescence, 2022
We examined the extent to which children's emotion-sharing relationships were unique from friendships. We also examined the association between emotional experience and emotion sharing as well as the association between emotion sharing and prosocial behavior. Participants were 456 children (M[subscript age] = 10.6 years) from the Midwestern United…
Descriptors: Children, Interpersonal Relationship, Emotional Experience, Prosocial Behavior
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Fiori, Marina; Ortony, Andrew – Journal of Intelligence, 2021
In this article, we provide preliminary evidence for the 'hypersensitivity hypothesis', according to which Emotional Intelligence (EI) functions as a magnifier of emotional experience, enhancing the effect of emotion and emotion information on thinking and social perception. Measuring ability EI, and in particular Emotion Understanding, we…
Descriptors: Emotional Intelligence, Emotional Experience, Cognitive Processes, Individual Differences
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Blazhenkova, Olesya; Dogerlioglu-Demir, Kivilcim; Booth, Robert W. – Cognitive Research: Principles and Implications, 2022
Previous research has shown that face masks impair the ability to perceive social information and the readability of emotions. These studies mostly explored the effect of standard medical, often white, masks on emotion recognition. However, in reality, many individuals prefer masks with different styles. We investigated whether the appearance of…
Descriptors: Emotional Experience, Psychological Patterns, Emotional Disturbances, Design Preferences
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Manning, Molly; MacFarlane, Anne; Hickey, Anne; Galvin, Rose; Franklin, Sue – International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 2022
Background: People with post-stroke aphasia (PWA) are more likely to experience serious mood disorders compared with those without. Emotional regulation may be important for influencing life participation after stroke. Understanding emotional regulation in the context of aphasia is important for promoting personally defined recovery, psychological…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, Aphasia, Patients, Rehabilitation
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Dunbar, Angel S.; HaRim Ahn, Lydia; Coates, Erica E.; Smith-Bynum, Mia A. – Child Development, 2022
Understanding the underlying mechanisms by which racism degrades mental health and the factors that disrupt these mechanisms is paramount. Black adolescents (M[subscript age] = 15.5) and their mothers (M[subscript age] = 44) were observed discussing a hypothetical discriminatory situation and surveyed about their discriminatory experiences…
Descriptors: Racial Bias, Racial Discrimination, Emotional Experience, Emotional Response
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Byman, Jenny; Kumpulainen, Kristiina; Wong, Chin-Chin; Renlund, Jenny – Literacy, 2022
In this study, we investigate how digital storying creates opportunities for children to attend to their emotional experiences in and about nature. Following relational ontology and socio-cultural theorising, we focus our analysis on the temporal-spatial entanglements of children's emotional experiences. Our inquiry draws on a case study of two…
Descriptors: Emotional Experience, Physical Environment, Story Telling, Children
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Cuzzolino, Megan P. – Science Education, 2021
In recent years, there has been a call in the research for greater attention to the role of affect in science learning and practice. Awe, which is characterized in the literature as an emotion that facilitates learning and motivates an orientation toward something larger than the self, appears frequently in scientists' descriptions of their work.…
Descriptors: Scientists, Emotional Experience, Scientific Attitudes, World Views
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Davies, Lauren; Randle-Phillips, Cathy; Russell, Ailsa; Delaney, Claire – Journal of Applied Research in Intellectual Disabilities, 2021
Background: People with intellectual disabilities are reported to have low self-esteem and to experience high rates of adverse interpersonal experiences (AIEs). This study aimed to investigate whether shame and self-compassion mediate the relationship between AIEs and self-esteem for people with intellectual disabilities and whether perceived…
Descriptors: Correlation, Self Esteem, Psychological Patterns, Emotional Experience
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Gold, Rinat; Gold, Azgad – International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 2021
Background: As part of their professional responsibilities, speech-language therapists and audiologists are required to deliver bad news. Aims: The aim of this qualitative study is to describe and characterize the subjective experience of speech-language therapists and audiologists when delivering bad news to clients or their family members.…
Descriptors: Speech Language Pathology, Allied Health Personnel, Audiology, Interpersonal Communication
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Davidson, Alice J.; Welliver, Megan E. – Early Child Development and Care, 2021
The present study explored preschoolers' internal state language and resolution strategies in sad stories that shifted to a positive emotional tone. Fifty-four 3-, 4-, and 5-year-olds attending a laboratory preschool shared stories about 'a time when you were happy/sad.' Stories were audio-recorded, transcribed, and coded for internal state…
Descriptors: Preschool Children, Child Language, Personal Narratives, Psychological Patterns
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Downes, Naomi; Lichtlé, Jérôme; Lamore, Kristopher; Orêve, Marie-Joëlle; Cappe, Emilie – Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 2021
After a child is diagnosed with autism, parents' relationships are impacted as they reorganize their daily lives to support their child's specific needs. A better understanding of parenting couples' adaptation is needed to accompany them during this period. This qualitative study explored couples' experiences after their child's autism diagnosis.…
Descriptors: Child Rearing, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders, Parents
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Collins, Jo; Brown, Nicole – Higher Education Research and Development, 2021
This article presents an original engagement with research into emotions in the PhD to ask 'Where's the validation?' by using emotion work as a theoretical foundation. We develop a focus on emotional dissonance in the PhD journey to explore challenges around managing emotion. We explore how PhD students manage emotions around their projects and…
Descriptors: Doctoral Students, Emotional Experience, Psychological Patterns, Self Concept
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Warren, Alison – International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education (QSE), 2021
Love is a significant, complex, and problematic aspect of early childhood teaching that is simultaneously valued, undervalued, feared, and overlooked. This article investigates complexities and tensions within perceptions and experiences of love in early childhood teaching from a posthumanist perspective. Data from a research study exploring…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Intimacy, Emotional Experience, Educational Philosophy
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