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about ayahuasca's novelty compared to other hallucinogens, and future use intentions. For the purposes of this study, only individuals who used ayahuasca at least once (N = 139) were included in data analysis. All study procedures were completed in

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Authors: Christian Nyemcsok, Samantha L. Thomas, Amy Bestman, Hannah Pitt, Mike Daube and Rebecca Cassidy

offer, and a sign-up offer. Young people were then asked to select the promotion they thought would be most influential in encouraging someone to gamble, and to give reasons for their selection. Intentions to gamble

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, 2017 ; Newall, 2015 ). Cross-sectional studies have revealed some associations between exposure to wagering advertising and intentions or behavior among people who gamble. Those with higher Problem Gambling Severity Index (PGSI) scores tended

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is necessary to understand how best to progress to address diverse intentions. Moreover, conflicts between learning solely for occupational purposes, which may come at the cost of community, cultural, societal, or the environment goals, need to be

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). Understanding and sharing intentions: The origins of cultural cognition . Behavioral and Brain Sciences , 28 , 675 – 735 . Trivers , R. L. ( 1971 ). The evolution of reciprocal

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mathematics ( Skott, 2001 ) and will serve as the primary regulators for their professional behavior in the classrooms ( Ernest, 1989 ). “ Beliefs form the bedrock of teachers’ intentions, perceptions, and interpretations of a given classroom situation and the

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being a mother, “ I wanted to [get] married. My intentions were not to date and have a good time, my intentions were to fall in love and get married. ” Although Sarah gained valuable experience from employment and had experiences now from motherhood that

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Petersen ( 2018a ), the intuitive free-rider system that categorizes a person as a cheater or not is “highly sensitive to intentions” (p. 8). However, recent cross-cultural research has suggested that the role of intentions (compared to the actual outcome

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Authors: Judit Váradi, Tímea Szűcs, Mária Strenáčiková and Mária Strenáčiková

. C. , Duque , J. C. , & Suriñach , J. ( 2012 ). Learning outcomes and dropout intentions: Analytical model for Spanish universities . Educational Studies, 39 ( 3 ), 261 – 284 . doi: 10

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cause of this phenomenon might also be culturally determined, similarly to the finding that some learners found it hard to come to terms with the choices and attention they were given, as they felt these intentions of the teacher emphasized the

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