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391 428 Johnson-Laird, Philip N. 1983. Mental models: Towards a cognitive science of language, inference, and consciousness. Cambridge University Press & Harvard University

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, 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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Az élettartammal és az időskori betegségteherrel kapcsolatos szubjektív várakozások

Subjective expectations concerning life expectancy and age-related health burden

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Zsombor Zrubka, Áron Kincses, László Gulácsi, Levente Kovács, and Márta Péntek

. 1985; 100: 389–408. 38 Griffin B, Loh V, Hesketh B. A mental model of factors associated with subjective life expectancy. Soc Sci Med. 2013; 82: 79

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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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et al. 2007 ) entrepreneurial action will be taken in the light of perceptions, or, as the mental model theory states, ‘as people process information, they create cognitive images to represent reality and make predictions’ ( Wood et al. 2014 : 253

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, system mapping serves to explore the attitudes and mental models of individuals or groups so that they can express their assumptions about causes and effects and broaden their conceptualisation of the problem by thinking through how elements interrelate

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; Walker, 1992a ). For the purposes of this paper, we will use the term “misconception” to refer to a situation where someone holds a faulty “mental model” of real-world phenomena without realizing as much. It is important to note that

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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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