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Internal Exiles: Displaced Colombian Mothers’ Narratives of Crianza
In Colombia, the politics and violence of a mostly rural and remote internal armed conflict have spanned decades, displacing millions of women into internal exile in the large cities. There, they must fend for survival and ...
Sexting and the Application of the Social Exchange Theory
Sexting, the action of sending or receiving sexually explicit text, photographs, or video messages through cell phones or other electronic devices (Renfrow & Rollo, 2014), has become a frequently used means of sexual ...
Somatosensory Involvement in the Conceptual Representation of Objects
The involvement of the sensorimotor system in visual object processing is at the forefront of cognitive neuroscience research. Since the discovery of the mirror neuron system, a plethora of research has been dedicated to ...
The Sense of Joint Agency in Joint Action
The sense of agency refers to the feeling of generating and controlling actions and their effects. Philosophers have proposed that when people coordinate their actions with others they may experience a sense of joint agency, ...
Literally and figuratively speaking: How concepts and perception influence each other using Stroop paradigms
Metaphorical phrases like ‘seeing red’ in anger or ‘red-hot’ for temperature take abstract ideas and ground them more tangible, physical phenomena, suggesting a relationship between semantic meaning and visual attributes. ...
The Predictive Validity of General and Offence-Specific Risk Assessment Tools for Child Pornography Offenders' Reoffending
Child pornography offenders (CPOs) are ever present in the criminal justice system, yet the research on this population of offenders is less advanced than in many other areas of corrections (Eke & Seto, 2012; Seto & Eke, ...