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DIMENSIONS OF CONTACT AS PREDICTORS OF INTERGROUP ANXIETY, PERCEIVED OUT-GROUP VARIABILITY, AND OUT-GROUP ATTITUDE - AN INTEGRATIVE MODEL 37. 1841 1993 REVIEW OF EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH 63 (1): 1-49 CHINN CA; BREWER WF THE ROLE OF ANOMALOUS DATA IN KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION - A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK AND IMPLICATIONS FOR SCIENCE INSTRUCTION 38. 1865 1994 ACADEMY OF MANAGEMENT REVIEW 19 (4): 786-820 PERRY EL; DAVISBLAKE A; KULIK CT EXPLAINING GENDER-BASED SELECTION DECISIONS - A SYNTHESIS OF CONTEXTUAL AND COGNITIVE APPROACHES 39. 1868 1994 ADOLESCENCE 29 (114): 345-360 HOLLAND A; ANDRE T THE RELATIONSHIP OF SELF-ESTEEM TO SELECTED ...
(e.g. "prices are rising"). A conceptual domain can be any coherent organization of human experience. The regularity with which different languages employ the same metaphors, which often appear to be perceptually based, has led to the hypothesis that the mapping between conceptual domains corresponds to neural mappings in the brain This idea, and a detailed examination of the underlying processes, was first extensively explored by George Lakoff and Mark Johnson in their work Metaphors We Live By . Other cognitive scientists study subjects similar to conceptual metaphor under the labels " analogy " and " ...
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Intrinsic Motivation and the Flow Experience: A critque of two ...
A commonly held position in social and humanistic psychology is that two mutually distinct response processes are accountable for human behavior. These processes are commonly denoted as extrinsic and intrinsic motivation. However, no attempt has as yet been made to reconcile this position with contemporary single process models of learning that are derived from the empirically grounded disciplines of cognitive science, learning theory, cognitive neuro-physiology, and cognitive linguistics. This paper attempts to reconcile these models through a comparison of their respective parsimony, logical consistency, correlation with ... market research, surveys and trends
The Immediated Now: Network Culture and the Poetics of Reality
Throughout the 1990s, digital computing and network technologies were largely employed in office work, their cultural implications confined to niche realms for enthusiasts. If that decade’s new media art formed a vital artistic subculture, it was mainly isolated and self-referential, in part due to the artists’ fascination with hacking the medium, in part due to its position as the last in a long line of Greenbergian interrogations of the medium, and in part due to its marginalization by established art institutions. Artists like Vuk Cosic, Jodi, Alexei Shulgin, and Heath Bunting replayed early twentieth century ... market research, surveys and trends

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Semantic and perceptual representations of color: Evidence of a ...
assumption by comparing the mapping of color words with color appearances ..... when using small stimulus sets because the probability of observing large ..... Matching Analysis for Global and Local Stimulus Triads: Average Percent Match ... ing, and (2) addressing physiologically based perceptual processing as a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Brain Science At The Century's Ebb - Research and Read Books ...
I open this special issue of Daedalus on the brain with a brief philosophical comment. The reason is clear: the half-century's accumulation of knowledge of brain function has brought us face to face with the question of what it means to be human. We make no pretension that solutions are at hand, but assert that what makes man human is his brain. His humanity includes those aspects of behavior traditionally classed as mental. What is of signal importance is that some aspects of the inner life of man are now open to scientific inquiry. Few neuroscientists now take a non-naturalist position, and still fewer hold to a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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There are two ways to lose oneself: by a walled segregation in the particular or by a dilution in the universal.—Aimé Césaire (July 19, Colombo Sri Lanka Guardian) Walter Benjamin famously wrote, “History is the object of a construction whose place is formed not in homogenous and empty time, but in that which is fulfilled by the here-and-now.”1 Few would contest Benjamin’s critique of historicism and his argument that what is properly historical only reveals itself to a future generation capable of recognizing it–a generation possessing developers strong enough to fix an image never seen before and ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Attribute Elicitation in Marketing Research: A Comparison of Three ...
“Perceptual Mapping. Based on Idiosyncratic Sets of Attributes.” Journal of Marketing Research 31(February), 15–27. Walker, Beth, Richard Celsi, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
JFAE(Food & Health-PartA) Vol3-1 (2005)
Similarity matrices, based on phenological and agronomic traits, of seven subpopulations, three end-use types and 14 ... dimension reduction and perceptual mapping statistical ... were set to be proportional to the size of the end-use types and to ..... idiosyncratic changes in the principal component structure 22, ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
VITA: Jan-Benedict E.M. Steenkamp Kenan-Flagler Business School ...
Mar 14, 2007 ... Steenkamp, Jan-Benedict E.M., Hans C.M. van Trijp and Jos M.F. ten Berge (1994), “Perceptual. Mapping Based on Idiosyncratic Sets of ...
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Repeatedly in my life and my family and friends, I have been impressed with how arbitrary love can be, in the sense that one can have a nearly instant crush on a person without apparent psychosocial reasons to choose THAT individual. This phenomenon is often disparaged, but it can last for years and strongly affect people's lives, for better or worse. Also, there are some people who trigger this response in many others, without being remarkably beautiful or charming. I am aware of some pheromone research that might relate to this, but nothing strong in primates. Question: What human or primate science exists that might ...
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First of all, I'm assuming there's about twelve from what I've been able to find so far. I don't yet have an understanding of m-theory, string theory, or superstring theory, which is where I'm assuming this pondering will lead eventually. In a nutshell, here's what I've got so far in thinking about this myself: 1. SPACE X left/right 2. SPACE Y up/down 3. SPACE Z in/out 4. TIME X diachronic (start to finish) 5. TIME Y synchronic (all possibility) 6. TIME Z (???) 7. COLOR X brightness (light to dark) 8. COLOR Y hue (the rainbow) 9. COLOR Z saturation (gray) How does sound fit in? What about ...