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pain: evidence for shared representations with physical pain . Psychosomatic Medicine , 74 ( 2 ), 126 – 135 . Engels , E.A. , Biggar , R.J. , Hall , H.I. , Cross , H

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associated p values is presented in Figure  1 . Figure 1 . Topographical representations of the Pearson’s partial correlations, corrected for age, education, BDI, and BAI, between the absolute

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& Coskunpinar, 2011 ; Stahl et al., 2014 ): (a) the abilities to suppress distracting stimuli in the environment (stimulus interference) or (b) conflicting representations in memory (proactive interference), (c) the ability to withhold dominate responses

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-historical others but historical agents here and now. Superficial representations of Indigenous peoples and their knowledge systems only cause further trauma. When using plants that have been previously used by Indigenous peoples, at the very least they should be

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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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direct environment of the workers in our people’s democracy by objects and personal belongings of the grand art.” ( Domanovszky 1955 :4) In addition to the more and more creative representations of the dictator himself, Mrs. Rákosi, First Lady of the

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in working memory ( Aguirre, Detre, Alsop, & D’Esposito, 1996; Engle & Kane, 2004 ; Luck et al., 2010 ). The ParaHG region has the ability to maintain stimulus representations for a long time, and in doing so, the simultaneous stimuli can be combined

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present. Inquiry: “Now expand and include awareness of sensations, emotions, images, impulses, words, memories, metaphorical representations, or whatever may arise on its own.” Experiment with asking a mindful

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-self evaluations (CSE; Judge, Erez, Bono, & Thoresen, 2002 ). PARTheory ( Rohner, 1986 ; Rohner & Khaleque, 2010 ; Rohner et al., 2012 ; Rohner & Rohner, 1980 ) claims that parental acceptance and rejection (PAR) during childhood affects mental representations

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representations of the functions (of puzzle-solving and truth-finding) carried by the networks. For example, some journals function to reproduce the specialty of analytical chemistry, while others reproduce sociology. Note that specialized knowledge is

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