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whether the topic is an ageing society or an active old age because statistics predict that in 2050 every fifth person will be over 60 years old. The health-psychological correlates of normal ageing can be easily captured by cognitive representations of

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Hematológia–Transzfuziológia
Authors: Ágnes Vincze, Andrea Megyeri, Antónia Losonczi, Éva Pintér, Zsolt Nagy, and Judit Demeter

Irodalom 1 Reinhardt M. Cognitive representations of chronic diseases: empirical study of correlation between illness cognition and self

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] 37 Sándor Z, Csabai M. Application of the PRISM-D drawing test to the complex examination of cancer-related emotional and cognitive representations. [A PRISM-D rajzteszt alkalmazása a daganatos

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postulates that people actively construct their mental representations toward potential health threats (i.e., an illness). Illness representation consists of cognitive representations and emotional representations. These two components interact with each

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when inventors update their own personal cognitive representations, versus adjusting cognitive representations due to the prior efforts of others. More nuanced data for testing would also be preferred. Second, future research could examine more of the

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-013-0085-1 Collins , N. L. , & Allard , L. M. ( 2004 ). Cognitive representations of attachment: The content and function of working models . In M. B. Brewer , & M. Hewstone (Eds.), Social cognition

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particular, Kubanyiova’s ( 2009 ) work on developing the concept of possible language teacher self is worth noting here, which is understood as “ language teachers’ cognitive representations of their ideal, ought-to and feared selves in relation to their

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