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, 3–19. http://www.apa.org/pubs/ journals/rev/ Mikulincer, M., & Shaver, R. (2001). Attachment theory and intergroup bias: Evidence that priming the secure base schema attenuates negative reactions to out-groups. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 81, 97–115. doi:10.1037//0022- 3514

In: Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion, Volume 22

interchangeably with psychological wellbeing, is achieved by functioning optimally (Ryff, 1989). Individuals who function optimally display six facets in their daily lives, namely autonomy, environmental mastery, personal growth, purpose in life, positive relations with others, and self-acceptance (Ryff, 1989

In: Society & Animals

implications of food choices in encouraging people to increase consumption of plant foods and reduce consumption of animal foods. Although debates about optimally healthy eating are common, research suggests that major problems such as heart disease, cancer, and stroke may have links to the over

In: Society & Animals
Author: Fenella Eason

, Call, Agnetta, & Tomasello, 2000; Hare, Call, & Tomasello, 2006, 2001; de Waal, 2010) and corvids (Emery & Clayton, 2001) are considered able to recognize the mental states of other beings. Here, the dog is considered to have capacity for intention, even “a precursory theory of mind” (Reid, 2009

In: Society & Animals
Author: Steven Tauber

, 1999), this dataset includes both pub- lished and unpublished decisions. State high courts are optimal for studying judicial politics because they are the fi nal arbiter of state legal issues, and they interpret how federal law applies within their respective state jurisdictions. As the federal

In: Society & Animals

learning theories, the research on children’s early literacy development, and the sociopolitical context with gave rise to the intervention movement, will be reviewed with respect to their impact on current models of family literacy programs. The research on program evaluation is also considered, and is

In: Frontiers of Education in China