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Davis, Elizabeth L. – Child Development, 2016
Emotion regulation predicts positive academic outcomes like learning, but little is known about "why". Effective emotion regulation likely promotes learning by broadening the scope of what may be attended to after an emotional event. One hundred twenty-six 6- to 13-year-olds' (54% boys) regulation of sadness was examined for changes in…
Descriptors: Emotional Response, Self Control, Children, Early Adolescents
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Göksoy, Süleyman – Universal Journal of Educational Research, 2017
Many research carried out so far have demonstrated that there is a direct relationship between individuals' happiness and aspects of their behaviours. That is to say, happiness has a positive relationship with life quality, job satisfaction, aggression, self-efficacy levels of individuals, vitality, optimism, altruism (self-sacrifice for the…
Descriptors: Psychological Patterns, Student Attitudes, Student Experience, Case Studies
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Waite, S.; Goodenough, A.; Norris, V.; Puttick, N. – Pastoral Care in Education, 2016
Pastoral care in education may take many forms but increasing emphasis on education for sustainable development (ESD) and concern about children's disconnection from nature suggests that our understanding of care should perhaps encompass the more than human world. The study described in this article examines longer term perspectives on well-being…
Descriptors: Sustainable Development, Environmental Education, Natural Resources, Well Being
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Pe, Madeline Lee; Koval, Peter; Kuppens, Peter – Cognition, 2013
A growing literature shows that the ability to control affective information in working memory (WM) plays an important role in emotional functioning. Whereas most studies have focused on executive processes relating to emotion dysregulation and mood disorders, few, if any, have looked at such processes in association with happiness. In this study,…
Descriptors: Self Efficacy, Well Being, Stimuli, Short Term Memory
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Baldacchino, John – Review of Education, Pedagogy & Cultural Studies, 2017
Maxine Greene's unique approach to education is primarily exciting because before she ever engages with teaching, or learning, or a school, or classroom, she engages with human beings who live in a society and who partake of its senses--the good, the bad, the beautiful, and the ugly. Before she engages in the mechanisms of education, she begins…
Descriptors: Aesthetics, Educational Philosophy, Painting (Visual Arts), Freedom
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Katzir, Maayan; Eyal, Tal; Meiran, Nachshon; Kessler, Yoav – Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 2010
"Inhibitory control" is a cognitive mechanism that contributes to successful self-control (i.e., adherence to a long-term goal in the face of an interfering short-term goal). This research explored the effect of imagined positive emotional events on inhibition. The authors proposed that the influence of imagined emotions on inhibition…
Descriptors: Inhibition, Psychological Patterns, Experiments, Experimental Psychology
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Levine, Linda J.; Burgess, Stewart L.; Laney, Cara – Developmental Psychology, 2008
Two experiments investigated the effects of sadness, anger, and happiness on 4- to 6-year-old children's memory and suggestibility concerning story events. In Experiment 1, children were presented with 3 interactive stories on a video monitor. The stories included protagonists who wanted to give the child a prize. After each story, the child…
Descriptors: Recall (Psychology), Psychological Patterns, Child Development, Memory
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Beard, Renee L.; Fetterman, David J.; Wu, Bei; Bryant, Lucinda – Gerontologist, 2009
Purpose: Most individuals with Alzheimer's are cared for in their homes by unpaid family members. Research on caregiving focuses disproportionally on costs of care, service utilization, and negative psychosocial outcomes. Few narrative accounts of Alzheimer's exist; those that do suffer similar pejorative framings and narrow foci. No studies that…
Descriptors: Grounded Theory, Dementia, Focus Groups, Disabilities
Bibel, Barbara – Library Journal, 2010
This article presents an annotated bibliography of 19 titles that focus on cancer and health-care reform. These include: (1) Anderson, John W. "Stand by Her: A Breast Cancer Guide for Men." AMACOM: American Management Assn.; (2) Carstensen, Laura L. "A Long Bright Future: An Action Plan for a Lifetime of Happiness, Health, and Financial Security."…
Descriptors: Caring, Altruism, Autism, Cancer
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Moller, Valerie; Theuns, Peter; Erstad, Ida; Bernheim, Jan – Social Indicators Research, 2008
The Anamnestic Comparative Self Assessment (ACSA) measure of subjective well-being (SWB) aims to reduce the problems of cultural bias and relativity to external standards by allowing people to define the endpoints or "anchors" of the measurement scale. In medical terminology anamnestic denotes "based on memory". The ACSA uses…
Descriptors: Memory, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Life Satisfaction, Measurement Techniques
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Burdette, Kimberly – About Campus, 2007
In this article, the author recalls and shares the first half of her college journey. Her memories do not play back to her in bursts of sounds or colors; friends or lovers; feelings, touches, tastes, or ideas. They play, rather, as silent images of herself that flicker disjointedly across her mind, the lens of her memory having recorded her…
Descriptors: Females, College Students, College Environment, Eating Disorders
Cardone, Kenneth – New England Journal of Higher Education, 2009
Beating the competition with restaurant-style dining, wood-fired pizza ovens, espresso machines and organic vegetables is one of many ways for colleges to attract and hold the best and brightest. It also seems that fond food memories fuel alumni associations, which increase attendance at reunions and boost giving. But is it just an arms race with…
Descriptors: Food Service, Private Colleges, Dining Facilities, Integrated Activities
Pippel, Midge – Principal, 1994
A bit of kindness can make a principal lifelong hero or heroine in child's memory. Principals can create joy and happiness for students by working with them on plays, calling child's parents to praise positive achievement, publishing children's poems and drawings in the district newsletter, displaying student art work on bulletin boards, and…
Descriptors: Administrator Behavior, Administrator Responsibility, Child Advocacy, Elementary Education
Monteiro, Kenneth P.; Haviland, Jeannette M. – 1985
Recently some psychologists have shown a renewed interest in the relationship between cognition and emotion and have begun to examine the relationship between the representation and processing of factual and emotional information. To investigate the role of emotional state in personal memory retrieval, a study was undertaken to replicate and…
Descriptors: Affective Behavior, Autobiographies, College Students, Congruence (Psychology)
Gerson, Mary-Joan – 1978
A multivariate exploration of the characteristics of women who want children and what women see as the benefits and costs of motherhood are presented. Among unmarried, childless female college undergraduates (N=184), positive memories of early childhood maternal love, traditional feminine sex role identification and anti-feminist sympathy were the…
Descriptors: Birth Order, Children, Females, Feminism
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