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My friend had a stroke and although she can read books and understand them, has difficulty in saying words in a conversation although she knows what she wants to say she cant say the word she wants to say I have recommended reading out loud her books rather than silent reading as a) this will exercise and hopefully rebuild the neural pathways to the larynx ...


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According to the Atlas of personality, emotion and behaviour (Mobbs, 2020), frustration is an emotion that can be visualised on the two dimensional grid as shown below. The atlas paper describes a method for measuring emotions (and behaviours and personality traits) according to the orthogonal dimensions of affiliation and dominance. The neurobiological ...


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There's a lot to unpack here, but maybe a good place to start is looking at the difference between an action potential and a brainwave. An action potential is the abrupt change in voltage of a single neuron in response to a pre-synaptic stimulus. Brainwaves are measured by EEG. They represent the sum of many neurons' activity. If I understand the gist of ...


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The recently published Atlas of personality, emotion and behaviour catalogues over 3,000 emotions (Mobbs, 2020). A summary of the emotions is below with a more comprehensive version included in the article. The atlas uses the dimensions of affiliation and dominance compared to the Russell model of affect and vallence. The article identifies the ...


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The hypothesis would normally be expressed as a one-sided test as p(X≥10). The online calculator you have selected is fine and the significant result could be expressed in an article as follows: (p=0.33, q=0.66, K=10, n=18, p-value = 0.043). Another way to think of this is that 9 or fewer correct answers is more likely to be random chance. At the ...


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Open access sources from Google Scholar: Jackson, J. C., Choi, V. K., & Gelfand, M. J. (2019). Revenge: A multilevel review and synthesis. Annual Review of Psychology, 70, 319-345. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-psych-010418-103305 Lambert, A. J., Eadeh, F. R., & Hanson, E. J. (2019). Anger and its consequences for judgment and ...


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