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fejlesztésében, bevezetésében és alkalmazásában Johnson-Laird, F. (1980) Mental models in cognitive science. Cognitive Science 4 , 71-115. Mental models in

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models of others. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin , 19, 526-541. Rapist or "regular guy": Explanatory coherence in the construction of mental models of others. Personality and Social

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Science, 15 (4), 284–287. Gigerenzer , G., Hoffrage , U., Kleinbölting , H. (1991) Probabilistic mental models. A Brunswikian theory of confidence. Psychological Review, 98, 506

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interpersonal atmosphere comes very close to other widely investigated team constructs, such as shared mental models (SMMs), team situation awareness, or transactive memory systems. What these concepts have in common is that they describe a team having some sort

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presents the challenge ( Shakespeare, 2006 ). Because higher education is in transition between these two mental models of disability, my first radical reflection about UDL is to reframe it away from the concept of disability all together, and situate UDL

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narratives. Narratives provide a short-cut in human cognition to forming mental models about the surrounding world ( Oatley 2016 ). Indeed, Lee and Schwarz ( 2018 ) suggest that many folk-economic beliefs in fact may stem from misapplications of familiar

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Human societies are built on cooperative plans. Most such plans succeed and, when this occurs, trust in the relationship with the other person involved in the plan is increased. But some plans go awry. We present analyses of errors, each recorded in an incident diary, by 217 participants when something went wrong in a plan that involved someone else. Joint errors occurred for each participant on average once every two or three days. At least 77% of the errors occurred when the planners were separated from each other in ways that would be rare in face-to-face societies. Some errors occurred when participants had unstated goals that affected the plan. When an error occurred, people tended to give higher importance to the relationship with the other person involved than to the plan that had gone wrong. In 75% of errors, participants attributed the error to the other person in the plan. Some 66% of errors made the participant angry with the other person. When the relationship with the other person was not important to the participant, the error tended to cause that other person to be judged harshly, and a mental model to be formed of him or her as untrustworthy.

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–New York: Routledge. De Vega, M. (1995). Backword updating of mental models during continuous reading of narratives. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 21, 373

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. (1993) Cognitive maps, Cognitive Collages, and Spatial Mental Models. In Frank, A. U., Campari, I. (eds) Spatial Information Theory: A Theoretical Basis for GIS, Proceedings COSIT '93. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 14-24, Springer, Berlin

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Az identitásfejlődés felmérése serdülőkorban kérdőív magyar adaptációja (AIDA-Hungary) serdülők nem klinikai mintáján

HUNGARIAN ADAPTATION OF ASSESSMENT OF IDENTITY DEVELOPMENT IN ADOLESCENCE (AIDA) QUESTIONNAIRE WITH A NON-CLINICAL SAMPLE

Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors: Rivnyák Adrienn, Láng András, Péley Bernadette, Nagy Gábor, Nagy Ede, Bóna Adrien, and Goth Kirstin

, P. , & Bateman , A. ( 2008 ). The development of borderline personality disorder - A mentalizing model . Journal of Personality Disorders , 22 ( 1 ), 4 – 21 . Fonagy . P. , Gergely , G. , Jurist , E. L. , & Target , M. ( 2002

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