Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Transpersonal psychology as a heterodox approach to psychological science: Focus on the construct of self-expansiveness and its measure.

SCIENTIFIC Transpersonal psychology provides a heterodox approach to psychological science. Although it is currently marginalized from mainstream psychology, it offers potential for advancing the discipline of psychology, as well as for human betterme…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The relationship between intelligence and creativity: On methodology for necessity and sufficiency.

On the relationship between intelligence and creativity, a classic theory is that intelligence is necessary but not sufficient for creativity. Graphically, this theory is represented by a triangular shape of bivariate scatter between the two. As conven…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Teachers’ spatial skills across disciplines and education levels: Exploring nationally representative data.

SCIENTIFIC Teachers’ skills and attitudes in a specific domain can influence students’ learning in that domain. Here we focused on spatial skills, which are important for learning in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields. Fostering …

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: In inductive category learning, people simultaneously block and space their studying using a strategy of being thorough and fair.

SCIENTIFIC Studying something and then restudying it right away (blocking) is less effective than studying it and then restudying it again after a delay (spacing). Learners would do well to recognize the advantage of spacing, but they often rate it as…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Metacognitive evaluations during science simulations: How do ratings of confidence and understanding relate to science assessment inquiry processes?

SCIENTIFIC Science simulations are interactive tasks that allow students to explore a science phenomenon and engage in science inquiry by collecting data and testing hypotheses. Though simulations are increasingly being used in assessment, little is k…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Antecedents and consequences of social–emotional development: A longitudinal study of academic achievement.

SCIENTIFIC Different aspects of social–emotional development in early childhood—including self-regulation, hyperactivity, emotional problems, and peer problems—have each been shown to individually influence academic achievement into primary and second…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Problematic images of science in undergraduate psychology textbooks: How well is science understood and depicted?

Psychology is one of the most popular undergraduate majors in American universities, despite the fact that the discipline still has many unsettled questions regarding fundamental philosophical and methodological issues (Lilienfeld, 2012; O’Donohue, 201…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Racial, ethnic, cultural, and national disparities in counseling and psychotherapy outcome are inevitable but eliminating global mental health disparities with indigenous healing is not.

SCIENTIFIC Racial, ethnic, cultural, and national disparities in counseling and psychotherapy outcome exist. Greater awareness of this has resulted in many national and international initiatives, often framed in terms of moral responsibility or social…

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Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: The devil wears stata: Thin-ideal media’s minimal contribution to our understanding of body dissatisfaction and eating disorders.

That media thinness (media depicting unrealistically thin actresses or models) contributes to female body dissatisfaction and, potentially, eating disorders has been often reported as established fact for decades. However, like many fields of psycholog…

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