2 edition of PERSONALITY COHERENCE AND INCOHERENCE found in the catalog.
PERSONALITY COHERENCE AND INCOHERENCE
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Malgosia Fajkowska, Warsaw School of Social Sciences and Humanities and Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland|
|LC Classifications||BF698 .F255 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2012027529|
In five studies, the authors examined the effects on cognitive performance of coherence and incoherence between conceptual and experiential sources of affective information. The studies crossed the priming of happy and sad concepts with affective experiences. In different experiments, these included approach or avoidance actions, happy or sad feelings, and happy or sad expressive by: Coherence-building is a key concept for a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms of intuition and insight problem solving. There are several accounts that address certain aspects of coherence-building. However, there is still no proper framework defining the general principles of coherence-building. We propose a four-stage model of by: 2.
The further lead to additional opportunity close this gap, national and sub-national case studies on costs and benefits of (in-)coherence can make an important contribution and support the derivation of recommendations for better agenda project aims at supporting better coherence within the PostAgenda for. Experiences of affective coherence and incoherence were predicted and found to influence the processing of persuasive messages when evoked prior to receipt of such messages (Experiments 1 and 3), and to influence the confidence with which thoughts generated by persuasive messages were held when evoked after presentation of such messages (Experiments 2 and 3).Cited by: 5.
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Personality Coherence and Incoherence: A Perspective on Anxiety and Depression. by Malgorzata Fajkowska (Author) ISBN ISBN Cited by: 6.
are “personality coherence and incoherence.” There are only a few works designed to introduce readers to the topic of personality coherence; these books are orga-nized according to the integrative theories that have been of great importance in shaping and defining this field.
However, any theoretical discussion of personal-ity coherence in these books includes temperament and the attentional File Size: KB. In addition, the author introduces to this theory the affective traits (anxiety and depression) as elements of intraindividual coherence/incoherence, with the intention of offering a Author: Malgorzata Fajkowska.
The Coherence of Personality is an anthology of social-cognitive explorations, a springboard for future intellectual investigation, and a forum for considering many of the current, relevant topics within social-cognition as presented by the major theorists by: Request PDF | On Jan 1,Małgosia Fajkowska and others published Personality Coherence and Incoherence.
A perspective on anxiety and depression. | Find, read and cite all the research you. Get this from a library. Situation cognition and coherence in personality: an individual-centred approach. [Barbara Krahé] -- Re-examines the long-standing controversy about consistency in personality from a social-psychological perspective - whether there is evidence of consistent expression of the personality in different.
“Coherence is a book that demands action – it moves from the narrative of fixing one teacher at a time, to asking about the coherence of the system (be it school, national, or world issues).
Fullan and Quinn create an important narrative about direction, working together, deepening learning, and. Coherence is a book that demands action – it moves from the narrative of fixing one teacher at a time, to asking about the coherence of the system (be it school, national, or world issues).
Fullan and Quinn create an important narrative about direction, working together, deepening learning, and. According to a well-designed study (Wilkinson-Ryan & Westen, ), the key component of the disturbance of the self typical of borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a painful sense of personal incoherence, comprising feelings of unreality, emptiness, and lack of continuity in the experience of hypothesis that this disturbance of the self is the core of BPD is supported by a recent.
Coherence fallacy. To properly exegete Scripture we must understand many things about the individual book. Among other things, we must seek to understand the purpose for the writing (the occasion), the audience, the cultural and historic backgrounds, linguistic issues such as syntax, word usage, and contextual boundaries, type of.
for coherence and incoherence together with affect Personality and Social ) or Japanese (Baba, ). Despite the RAT being discussed by Polish researchers in books about intuition and. Last fall, Tobi Haslett, a young writer and critic with Marxist leanings, noticed a shift in the contours of popular intellectual debate.
“Something is happening out there in the dark fields of ‘the discourse,’ ” Haslett wrote in Bookforum. “Incoherence is now a virtue.” By incoherence I don’t mean an “extreme” position or the shriek of the provocateur, but a specific genre.
Much of our discussion, then, is devoted to reviewing alternative strategies for explaining the consistency and coherence of personality functioning.
INTERACTIONISM The simplest form of a person-based explanation of behavior would be to posit that people possess personal qualities that influence their behavior globally, in other words, in a.
coherence and meaning to the canonical text, reader-response readings, even. those working with the received text, locate them beyond the text: in the reader.
or the interest group to which the reader belongs. 10 In this article, I will argue for the coherence of. Affective Coherence. Affective coherence vs. incoherence, in the present article, concerns the extent to which experienced affective reactions (such as feelings or other bodily experiences, including approach or avoidance behaviors, and affective expressions) validate coexisting activated affective view activated affective concepts as hypotheses about evaluative aspects of the Cited by: Get this from a library.
The coherence of personality: social-cognitive bases of consistency, variability, and organization. [Daniel Cervone; Yuichi Shoda;] -- Draws on the social-cognitive theory, which explains personality functioning by referring to basic cognitive and affective processes, to investigate how people manage to maintain a coherent sense of.
Book review Full text access Malgorzata Fajkowska. Personality Coherence and Incoherence: A perspective on Anxiety and Depression. Eliot Werner Publications Inc., New York, USA (). ISBN 0–; ISBN Coherence is achieved when sentences and ideas are connected and flow together smoothly.
An essay without coherence can inhibit a reader’s ability to understand the ideas and main points of the essay. Coherence allows the reader to move easily throughout the essay from one idea to theFile Size: 91KB. Coherence means the quality of forming a unified experience coherence in relationship with a caring partner, a close friend or mentor.
These relationships are balanced, are each different individuals, but we have a sense of meaningful relatedness, one which nurtures and expands the fundamental sense of ourself. In the first section, the term coherence is explained, the legal basis for coherence of policy described and various forms of incoherence identified.
In the second section, the measures taken since and the debate hitherto are outlined and, finally, some mechanisms to achieve greater coherence of development policy in the EU are proposed.
According to these accounts, narrative incoherence is an indirect indicator of ineffective coping, and this inability to cope with experiences that challenge our understanding of self accounts for the relation between coherence, identity, and by: Explanatory coherence - Volume 12 Issue 3 - Paul Thagard.
This target article presents a new computational theory of explanatory coherence that applies to the acceptance and rejection of scientific hypotheses as well as to reasoning in everyday life.Complex-System Approach to Personality is an integrative personality model.
System of Regulation and Integration Stimulation is a basic structure in personality architecture. Complex-System Approach to Personality explains personality coherence and by: