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Journal of European Psychology Students
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  • Metacognition in Relation to Cognitive and Social Functioning in Schizophrenia

    Rozemarijn S van Kleef; Rozanne J.M van Donkersgoed; Steven de Jong (2015)
    The aim of the current study is to examine metacognitive functioning in people with schizophrenia, in the light of everyday functioning. More specifically, links with several cognitive domains (i.e., attention, executive functioning and processing speed) and social functioning are analyzed using linear regressions. Based on previous literature, a close relationship between social and cognitive functioning is expected, as well as a mediation effect of metacognition on this relationship. The pr...

    Giving Work a Rain Check: Relationship Between Soldiering and Positive Work Outcomes Within the Job Demands-Resources Model

    Ümit Baran Metin; Reny Baykova; Dariia Gaioshko; Monika Kolářová; Max Korpinen; Josip Razum; Urška Smrke (2015)
    Soldiering is defined as engaging behaviourally or cognitively into non-work-related activities during working hours with no intention of harming the employer, co-workers, and/or clients. The present study will investigate this phenomenon using the Job-Demands Resources Model. The proposed model will consider the influence of job demands and resources on soldiering, as well as the relationship of soldiering with employ...

    The Relationship Between Empathy and Stringency of Punishment in Mock Jurors

    Sjöberg, Mattias Per (2015)
    The aim of the present study is to investigate the relationship between empathy and stringency of punishment in mock jurors. 291 law and non-law students (123 male, 166 female) participated in the study. Participants first read a court case explaining that the defendant was found guilty of aggravated assault. Participants then made a sentencing decision for the defendant and later answered the Interpersonal Reactivity Index (IRI). The results revealed a significant negative correlation betwee...

    Anger and Moral Reasoning in Decision Making

    Matúš Grežo; Ľubor Pilárik (2013)
    The aim of the research was to examine the impact of anger on moral reasoning and decision making. We were interested in whether anger leads to more punitive attributions and to greater willingness to help when one perceives immoral behavior. Participants (N=61) of the experimental design were randomly divided into two groups. The results show that anger may lead to more automatic information processing and also to an intuition based judgment. Angry participants chose harsher punishments and ...

    Identity-b(i)ased intervention of third parties: The effects of social categorization during mediation-arbitration

    Loschelder, David D; Bündgens, Silke; Trötschel, Roman (2012)
    The present research investigates the effects of social categorization on the intervention behavior of third parties who engage in the hybrid dispute resolution procedure of mediation-arbitration (Ross & Conlon, 2000). Specifically, it was predicted that an affiliation to a disputant leads third parties to favor the affiliated ingroup disputant over an unaffiliated outgroup disputant. Two studies support these predictions by demonstrating that unilaterally affiliated third parties engage in i...
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