Seeking Wisdom in Adult Teaching and Learning
Abstract: This book concerns the pursuit of wisdom in education, and the argument that wisdom – personified here as Sophia – is tragically marginalised or absent in current Western epistemological discourses. It includes a review of key historical and... Read More >>

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  • Wisdom and how to cultivate it (2017)

    Grossmann, I. (2017, September 29). Wisdom and how to cultivate it: Review of emerging evidence for a constructivist model of wise thinking. European Psychologist. Retrieved from psyarxiv.com/qkm6v
    Abstract: Some folk beliefs characterize wisdom as an essence – a set of immutable characteristics, developing as a consequence of an innate potential and extraordinary life experiences. Emerging empirical scholarship involving experiments, diary and... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2017Wisdom and how to cultivate it
  • Teacher Education and the Pursuit of Wisdom: A Practical Guide for Education Philosophy Courses (2017)

    Steel, S. (2018). Teacher education and the pursuit of wisdom: A practical guide for education philosophy courses. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishing.
    Abstract: Teacher Education and the Pursuit of Wisdom takes its readers into the deep waters of investigating teaching not simply as a profession but as a precious “way of life.” The author begins by investigating the nature of teaching as both an “active... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2018, 01:00 AM Type:Mine
    12/1/2017Teacher Education and the Pursuit of Wisdom: A Practical Guide for Education Philosophy Courses
  • Karl Popper, Science and Enlightenment (2017)

    UCL Press, London Free Download http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ucl-press/browse-books/karl-popper-science-and-enlightenment
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    12/1/2017Karl Popper, Science and Enlightenment
  • Seeking Wisdom in Adult Teaching and Learning (2017)

    Fraser, W. (2017). Seeking Wisdom in Adult Teaching and Learning. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Abstract: This book concerns the pursuit of wisdom in education, and the argument that wisdom – personified here as Sophia – is tragically marginalised or absent in current Western epistemological discourses. It includes a review of key historical and... Read more>>
    Nov 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2017Seeking Wisdom in Adult Teaching and Learning
  • Enriching Ethical Leadership in Higher Education as Advanced Learning (2017)

    Janfada, M. (2017). Enriching Ethical Leadership in Higher Education as Advanced Learning. Journal of Leadership Studies, 11(2), 57-59.
    Abstract: The current paper will discuss the pedagogical affordances of an “Ethical Leadership” subject as a part of an Advanced Learning and Leadership program at the University of Melbourne tailored for doctoral candidates and early career academics... Read more>>
    Oct 25 2017, 02:30 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2017Enriching Ethical Leadership in Higher Education as Advanced Learning
  • Wisdom as a commodity in economic-centered social space of XXI century. (2017)

    Доній, Н. Є. (2017). Wisdom as a commodity in economic-centered social space of XXI century.Scientific Bulletin of Polissia, 2(10), 184-188.
    Abstract: Presentation of wisdom as a phenomenon that turned from metaphysical value into commodity. Economic centuring of social space changed the essence of the most classic semantic designs and their dimension, turning some of them into means of social... Read more>>
    Oct 26 2017, 03:54 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2017Wisdom as a commodity in economic-centered social space of XXI century.
  • A new scale for assessing wisdom based on common domains and a neurobiological model: The San Diego Wisdom Scale (2017)

    Thomas, M. L., Bangen, K. J., Palmer, B.W., ...& Jeste, D. (2017). A new scale for assessing wisdom based on common domains and a neurobiological model: The San Diego Wisdom Scale (SD-Wise). Journal of Psychiatric Research, 1-8. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jpsychires.2017.09.005
    Abstract: Wisdom is an ancient concept that has gained new interest among clinical researchers as a complex trait relevant to well-being and healthy aging. As the empirical data regarding wisdom have grown, several measures have been used to assess an... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2017A new scale for assessing wisdom based on common domains and a neurobiological model: The San Diego Wisdom Scale
  • Raising Resilience: The Wisdom and Science of Happy Families and Thriving Children (2017)

    Willard, C. (2017) Raising resilience: The wisdom and science of happy families and thriving children. Boulder, CO:Sounds True Publications.
    Abstract: In every spiritual tradition, we find teachings on the virtues and qualities that we most want to pass on to our kids—such as generosity, kindness, honesty, determination, and patience. Today, a growing body of research from neuroscience and... Read more>>
    Oct 05 2017, 07:17 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2017Raising Resilience: The Wisdom and Science of Happy Families and Thriving Children
  • Can wisdom be fostered: Time to test the model of wisdom (2017)

    Sharma, A., & Dewangan, R. L. (2017). Can wisdom be fostered: Time to test the model of wisdom. Cogent Psychology, 4(1), 1381456.
    Abstract: Several psychological theories and models of wisdom have been developed. Despite converging trend from different theories and models in the understanding of wisdom, intervention plans or attempts to facilitate wisdom have been meager. In this... Read more>>
    Oct 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2017Can wisdom be fostered: Time to test the model of wisdom
  • Character Stengths (2017)

    Shogren, K. A., Niemiec, R. M., Tomasulo, D., & Khamsi, S. (2017). Character Strengths. In Handbook of Positive Psychology in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (pp. 189-199). Springer, Cham.
    Abstract: This chapter examines the application of character strengths assessment and interventions to the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities, with a focus on the VIA Classification of Strengths. Assessments, including the... Read more>>
    Oct 05 2017, 07:37 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2017Character Stengths
  • Beyond me (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    “It is beyond me.” How many times have we said that when we cannot understand something, especially when another person acts in a way which appears to defy common sense? As self-conscious human beings, however, it is often difficult - if not impossible... Read more>>
    Oct 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    9/1/2017Beyond me
  • Contemporary views (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    Many contemporary mystics are laypeople who seldom speak about religion, although most are quite religious. Mystical consciousness, for them, is considered a mode of being, not a question of their faith. These people are not trying to convince you or... Read more>>
    Oct 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    9/1/2017Contemporary views
  • Beyond other (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    When we do discard our ego, and abandon our individuality, we begin to see this world as it is. This is a “seeing” beyond emotional, mental and sensory perceptions. It must even surpass “empathy,” our identification with and understanding of another’s... Read more>>
    Oct 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    9/1/2017Beyond other
  • The Buddha as an Innovator Genius (2017)

    Ricketts, R. (2017)
    The Buddha as an Innovator Genius In the four books I have written, I have shown how, in modern terms, the Buddha’s teachings can be called a doctrine of Transcendence Psychology that has a universal application for the wellbeing, wisdom and happiness... Read more>>
    Sep 30 2017, 05:00 PM Type:Mine
    9/1/2017The Buddha as an Innovator Genius
  • Thinking More or Feeling Less? Explaining the Foreign-Language Effect on Moral Judgment (2017)

    Hayakawa, S., Tannenbaum, D., Costa, A., Corey, J. D., & Keysar, B. (2017). Thinking more or feeling less? Explaining the foreign-language effect on moral judgment. Psychological science, 0956797617720944.
    Abstract: Would you kill one person to save five? People are more willing to accept such utilitarian action when using a foreign language than when using their native language. In six experiments, we investigated why foreign-language use affects moral... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2017Thinking More or Feeling Less? Explaining the Foreign-Language Effect on Moral Judgment
  • Finding the soul (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    Many people sought their soul, their true self, their innermost being. Most others, of course, have not even tried. Mystics, when beginning their quest, searched to no avail until they accepted that it is here and now. It was so obvious that they had... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    9/1/2017Finding the soul
  • A little of this, a little of that (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    Too many devotees jump from one religion to another, alternate from going it alone to studying with a spiritual teacher, and/or move from one guru to the next in search of the one true way. There is no “one true way”; there are now about seven billion... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    9/1/2017A little of this, a little of that
  • Wisdom, Risk-Taking, and Understanding (2017)

    Yang, E. (2017). Wisdom, Risk-Taking, and Understanding. Philosophy and Theology.DOI: 10.5840/philtheol201782487
    Abstract: With a few exceptions, much of epistemology in the last century has been dominated by discussions centered on knowledge, and in particular propositional knowledge (along with associated concepts such as justification, the reliability of cognitive... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2017Wisdom, Risk-Taking, and Understanding
  • The grand excuse (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    “The devil made me do it.” Whether this is said tongue-in-cheek, or by a believer in satanic influences, it is still the grand excuse . Too many people attempt to blame someone else for their own troubles or lack of personal achievement. If you want to... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    9/1/2017The grand excuse
  • The Buddha's Gift: A life of Well Being and Wisdom (2017)

    Rickett, R. (2017)
    The Introduction to my book- Introduction “Why are you unhappy? Because 99.9 percent of everything you think, and of everything you do, is for yourself—and there isn’t one.” Wei Wu Wei The Buddha taught: ‘Wherever there is something that is intended,... Read more>>
    Aug 31 2017, 05:00 PM Type:Mine
    8/1/2017The Buddha's Gift: A life of Well Being and Wisdom
  • Development of Relational Wisdom and Happiness in Late Adulthood (2017)

    Takahashi, M. (2017). Development of relational wisdom and happiness in late adulthood. In A. S. Dick & U. Muller [Eds.] Advancing Developmental Science: Philosophy, Theory, and Method (pp. 199-208). New York, NY: Routledge.
    Excerpt: The field of adult development and aging has focused primarily on the issue of well-being of the older adult (Lamb & Freund, 2010; Overton, 2010). Two central issues related to well-being are wisdom and happiness. It is generally assumes... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2017Development of Relational Wisdom and Happiness in Late Adulthood
  • A divine formula? (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    Albert Einstein revolutionized physics with his Special Theory of Relativity. His formula, E=mc², states that energy equals mass at the speed of light squared. Perhaps we can reinterpret that formula to help clarify the correlation between divine Essence... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2017A divine formula?
  • Upside down (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    An “upside” of this life might be a “downside” for mysticism. Some ideals that many people were taught are to be independent, to gain self-confidence and be self-sufficient. Yet, the very independence of our individuality, augmented with assuredness and... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2017Upside down
  • Love and knowledge (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    Seekers of spiritual knowledge might ask, “What’s love got to do with it?” Devotees of devotion reply, “Divine love is everything.” In mystical “marriage,” divine union, you can’t have one without the other. Divine Love and divine Truth are One in divine... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2017Love and knowledge
  • Feel good - do good (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    When we feel good—healthy, happy, successful—we are then more likely to do good for other people. Similarly, when we do good for others it frequently makes us feel good. That should not be the primary reason for helping, even if it often is an aftereffect... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2017Feel good - do good
  • Discard, abandon and realize (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    Few words are totally adequate when writing about mysticism. These essays say that you must discard your ego and abandon your individuality to realize the divine. What does that mean and is it possible? There may be better verbs, but let us just examine... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2017Discard, abandon and realize
  • Duel of the dual (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    Many contemporary mystics are laypeople who seldom speak about religion, although most are quite religious. Mystical consciousness, for them, is considered a mode of being, not a question of their faith. These people are not trying to convince you or... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2017Duel of the dual
  • A positive role for failure in virtue education (2017)

    Athanassoulis, N. (2017). A positive role for failure in virtue education. Journal of Moral Education, 1-16.
    Abstract: This article outlines a role for constructive failures in virtue education. Some failures can be catastrophic and push the agent toward vice, but other types of failure can have positive consequences, we’ll call these failures constructive failures... Read more>>
    Jul 13 2017, 03:27 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2017A positive role for failure in virtue education
  • Some differences (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    Mystics’ experiences may be quite similar, still their techniques and interpretations varied. Reading about mysticism in Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, the Kabbalah of Judaism, and Sufism of Islam you will find many differences. In this life, people... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    7/1/2017Some differences
  • Wisdom intelligence is power: Humankind is calling for wisdom intelligence education (2017)

    Ma, W. (2017). Wisdom intelligence is power: Humankind is calling for wisdom intelligence education. International Journal of Educational Studies, 4(1).
    Abstract: The purpose of the article is to emphasize the importance of “Wisdom intelligence education”. Drawing upon insights from the past and current educational studies, this article reveals the aim and method of wisdom intelligence education. The... Read more>>
    Jul 21 2017, 11:19 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2017Wisdom intelligence is power: Humankind is calling for wisdom intelligence education
  • Theoretical Foundations to Guide Mindfulness Meditation: A Path to Wisdom (2017)

    Karunamuni, N., & Weerasekera, R. (2017). Theoretical foundations to guide mindfulness meditation: A path to wisdom. Current Psychology, 1-20..
    Abstract: Mindfulness interventions are becoming increasingly popular across a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical settings where they are often employed to promote psychological well-being. Mindfulness in its original context presented in Buddhist... Read more>>
    Jul 21 2017, 11:25 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2017Theoretical Foundations to Guide Mindfulness Meditation: A Path to Wisdom
  • In Quest of Wisdom; Missing Segment of Current Medicine (2017)

    Abbasi, M., & Fakour, H. (2012). In quest of wisdom: Missing segment of current medicine. Iranian Journal of Medical Ethics, 1(2), 1-8.
    Abstract: Background and Aim: considering the history of Islamic and Iranian culture we should represent new solutions able to join the current medicine and the former Hikmat (Wisdom) in the light of the medical world-view and through making use of the... Read more>>
    Jul 21 2017, 11:30 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2017In Quest of Wisdom; Missing Segment of Current Medicine
  • Intercultural Compassion in Higher Education (2017)

    Papadopoulos, I. (2017). Intercultural compassion in higher education. In P. Gibbs [Ed.] The Pedagogy of Compassion at the Heart of Higher Education (pp. 73-84). Springer.
    Abstract: This chapter takes a philosophical approach to intercultural education and argues that changes are needed in higher education and the education of healthcare professionals. It is evident that despite the increased numbers of university graduates... Read more>>
    Jul 21 2017, 11:38 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2017Intercultural Compassion in Higher Education
  • The big picture (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    We often bring our own baggage to this life’s experiences and are so concerned with how we appear that we cannot clearly observe what is directly in front of us, nor what is happening all around us. Some call this tunnel vision; mystics call it spiritual... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    7/1/2017The big picture
  • 120 Quotations of Mystics (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    These are 120 quotations of some prominent mystics, including 24 each of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. They highlight common views, although their terminology may differ. Orthodox Spirituality , by a Monk of the Eastern Church... Read more>>
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    7/1/2017120 Quotations of Mystics
  • The divine is not... (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    Scriptures, theologians and many religious leaders tell us what the divine is by listing grandiose attributes. Most mystics worship personal aspects of the divine, but they also speak of what it is not. Many of them said that the divine essence is nothing... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2017, 02:00 AM Type:Mine
    7/1/2017The divine is not...
  • The role of wisdom leadership in increasing job performance: Evidence from the Egyptian tourism sector (2017)

    Elbaz, A. M., & Haddoud, M. Y. (2017). The role of wisdom leadership in increasing job performance: Evidence from the Egyptian tourism sector. Tourism Management, 63, 66-76.
    Abstract: The paper aims to explore the intervening role of wisdom leadership in the link between leadership styles and employees' team performance, in the context of travel agents. Drawing on the leadership theory and the strategic leadership model... Read more>>
    Jul 02 2017, 01:46 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2017The role of wisdom leadership in increasing job performance: Evidence from the Egyptian tourism sector
  • Social class and wise reasoning style across regions, persons and situations (2017)

    Brienza, J. P. & Grossmann, I. (2017). Social class and wise reasoning style across regions, persons and situations. Open Science Framework.
    Abstract: For more than a century, scientists have examined the effects of social class on cognitive performance, concluding that higher class provides the ecological affordances to improve abstract cognition. Some research also suggests that higher class... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2017Social class and wise reasoning style across regions, persons and situations
  • Situationism and the Pyrrhic Defense of Character Education: Commentary on Sreenivasan (2017)

    Lapsley, D. (2017). Situationism and the Pyrrhic Defense of Character Education: Commentary on Sreenivasan. In W. Sinnott-Armstrong & C. B. Miller [Eds] Moral Psychology: Virtue and Character, pp. 171- 181. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
    Chapter excerpt: One of the striking trends in recent moral psychology is the robust dialogue now commonplace between ethical theory and empirical psychology. At lease since the regnancy of the Kohlberg paradigm there was always an interest among moral... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2017Situationism and the Pyrrhic Defense of Character Education: Commentary on Sreenivasan
  • Living with Vitality, Creativity and Openness in the Original Mind (2017)

    In the Buddha’s teachings, the opening of the awareness of the Original Mind and interbeing of life occurs when the non-dualistic cognitive based subject/object separation and alienation ceases. This enlightened awareness of life is fundamentally different... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    7/1/2017Living with Vitality, Creativity and Openness in the Original Mind
  • What is Reality? (2017)

    Truth is One , although people call it by many names. The world’s religions honor prophets, messengers and/or incarnations: Krishna, Moses, Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad, and others throughout the ages. They all sought to bring people closer to the divine.... Read more>>
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    6/1/2017What is Reality?
  • Mystic viewpoints (2017)

    There are matters which are important within most religions’ orthodoxy, to their leaders and to many followers, but are viewed differently by mystics. Mysticism often interprets them based on their effects in aiding or impeding search for union with the... Read more>>
    Jun 12 2017, 12:47 PM Type:Mine
    6/1/2017Mystic viewpoints
  • Our different worlds (2017)

    Every person lives in different worlds at various phases of their life. Our feelings, conceptions and perceptions may vary in each of those worlds. Parents look at many situations unlike their children; a reversal of their own much earlier experiences... Read more>>
    Jun 16 2017, 05:06 PM Type:Mine
    6/1/2017Our different worlds
  • Mysticism is not ... (2017)

    Many people, including some leaders of Western religions, think that mysticism is either nonsense, heretical or both. They are only partially correct, may just misunderstand, or refuse to accept it. Mysticism is non-sense; the experiences of mystics can... Read more>>
    Jun 23 2017, 01:37 PM Type:Mine
    6/1/2017Mysticism is not ...
  • Reality is One (2017)

    Divine Reality is infinitely here and eternally now , not within the spatial or temporal constraints of earthly realities. No words can ever describe ultimate Reality, yet a single word might suffice: One . Some people call it omniscient, omnipotent and... Read more>>
    Jun 30 2017, 12:57 PM Type:Mine
    6/1/2017Reality is One
  • Wisdom About Money (2017)

    It is wise to save or invest at least 10% of your income. We have enough money when we can fulfill our needs. We never have enough money to fulfill all our desires. Read more>>
    Jun 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    6/1/2017Wisdom About Money
  • The Art of Listening (2017)

    While student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1961, I became friends with Carl Rogers, who was as one of the leading psychotherapists of the 20th century. He taught me much about the art of listening. Dr. Rogers said that when we listen, and... Read more>>
    Jun 06 2017, 12:23 PM Type:Mine
    6/1/2017The Art of Listening
  • The Greatest Achievement in Life (2017)

    the greatest achievement in life http://www.suprarational.org/gail2012.pdf The greatest achievement in life? Living in conscious oneness of ultimate reality (called by many names), found in Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Kabbalah, Sufi, and comparative mysticism... Read more>>
    Jun 06 2017, 12:30 PM Type:Mine
    6/1/2017The Greatest Achievement in Life
  • Looking beyond (2017)

    Krumpos, R. (2017)
    The divine is in you; you are not as yet in the divine. The greatest achievement in life is living in the infinite and eternal within us. Seeking the absolute and ultimate—the mystical quest—is a part of everyone’s life, still we seldom consciously and... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    6/1/2017Looking beyond
  • Thoughts On A Spiritual Practice of Transformation and Transcendence (2017)

    A spiritual practise means transcending the cognitive patterns that create our ordinary reality. As I discuss in my book, The Buddha’s Radical Psychology: Explorations, one must see through the conventional dualistic dichotomy of the relativistic subject... Read more>>
    Jun 20 2017, 10:04 AM Type:Mine
    6/1/2017Thoughts On A Spiritual Practice of Transformation and Transcendence
  • Cultivating Wisdom (2017)

    Hathaway, M. D. (2017). Cultivating wisdom. In S. Mickey, S. Kelley, & A. Robbert [Eds.] The Variety of Integral Ecologies: Nature, Culture, and Knowledge in the Planetary Era (pp. 1331-150). Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.
    Chapter excerpt: While bringing about the Great Turning calls for knowledge – including technical know- how and innovative new approaches to problems – it also requires deep transformations in the way we perceive reality and the way we relate to one another... Read more>>
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    5/1/2017Cultivating Wisdom
  • Strengths of Character and Virtues: What We Know and What We Still Want to Learn (2017)

    Park, Barton, & Pillay. (2017). Strengths of character and virtues: What we know and what we still want to learn. In M. A. Warren & S. I Donaldson [Eds.]. Scientific Advances in Positive Psychology (pp. 73-87).Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.
    Chapter excerpt: The new field of positive psychology has refocused scientific attention on character, unabashedly calling it one of the pillars of this new field and central to the understanding of the psychological good life (Seligman & Csikszenmihalyi... Read more>>
    May 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2017Strengths of Character and Virtues: What We Know and What We Still Want to Learn
  • Moral Psychology Volume 5: Virtue and Character (2017)

    Sinnott-Armstrong, W., & Miller, C. B. (2017). Moral Psychology: Virtue and Character. MIT Press.
    Overview: Philosophers have discussed virtue and character since Socrates, but many traditional views have been challenged by recent findings in psychology and neuroscience. This fifth volume of Moral Psychology grows out of this new wave of interdisciplinary... Read more>>
    May 05 2017, 01:20 PM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2017Moral Psychology Volume 5: Virtue and Character
  • Theory of mind and wisdom: The development of different forms of perspective-taking in late adulthood (2017)

    Rakoczy, H., Wandt, R., Thomas, S., Nowak, J., & Kunzmann, U. (2017). Theory of mind and wisdom: The development of different forms of perspective‐taking in late adulthood. British Journal of Psychology.doi:10.1111/bjop.12246
    Abstract: How does perspective-taking develop over the lifespan? This question has been investigated in two separate research traditions, dealing with theory of mind (ToM) and wisdom, respectively. Operating in almost complete isolation from each other... Read more>>
    May 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2017Theory of mind and wisdom: The development of different forms of perspective-taking in late adulthood
  • Wisdom across the ages and its modern day relevance (2017)

    Mitchell, L. K., Knight, B. G., & Pachana, N. A. (2017). Wisdom across the ages and its modern day relevance. International Psychogeriatrics, 1-4.
    Abstract: Wisdom is derived (in modern language terms) from the Old English words wis (“of a certainty, for certain”; “Wisdom,” 2015) and dóm (“statute, judgment, jurisdiction”; “Wisdom,” 2015); wisdom is, at its broadest, defined as the “Capacity of... Read more>>
    May 15 2017, 02:18 PM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2017Wisdom across the ages and its modern day relevance
  • Wisdom and Meaning in Emerging Adulthood (2017)

    Webster, J. D., Weststrate, N. M., Ferrari, M., Munroe, M., & Pierce, T. W. (2017). Wisdom and Meaning in Emerging Adulthood. Emerging Adulthood, 2167696817707662.
    Abstract: Wisdom and meaning are important developments in emerging adulthood. In two studies, we investigated the relationship between wisdom and meaning using self-report measures (Study 1; N = 298) and narrative coding (Study 2; N = 271). Study 1 supported... Read more>>
    May 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2017Wisdom and Meaning in Emerging Adulthood
  • Molecular Inference of Wisdom (2017)

    Sharrer, G. T. (2017). Molecular Inference of Wisdom. Molecular Frontiers Journal, 1-10.
    Abstract: Wisdom is a human trait upon which natural selection creates evolutionary pathways from the molecular biology of the gene, to the cellular organization of nervous system, to the physical functioning of the brain — and the transit is a two way... Read more>>
    May 25 2017, 12:54 PM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2017Molecular Inference of Wisdom
  • Aging Wisely: Wisdom of Our Elders (2017)

    Silverman, I., & Siegel, E. B. (2017). Aging wisely: Wisdom of our elders. Burlington, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning.
    Abstract: Aging Wisely…Wisdom of our Elders is a unique resource that reflects the ideas, opinions and experiences of a diverse group of senior citizens. Each story provides a unique perspective on the physical, emotional, and social aspects of growing... Read more>>
    May 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2017Aging Wisely: Wisdom of Our Elders
  • Erosophia. Or: the Love/Lack of Wisdom (2017)

    Belmonte, N. (2017). Erosophia. Or: the Love/Lack of Wisdom. PhaenEx, 12(1), 1-17.
    Excerpt: We are told by the Ancients that a philosopher is a “friend” (philos) of wisdom. One’s philoi are those dear to you. In Homer, philos can also mean “proper,” “very own”—as in my very own hand or my own dear heart (Iliad, H130; E155). So wisdom... Read more>>
    May 31 2017, 02:36 PM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2017Erosophia. Or: the Love/Lack of Wisdom
  • Issues and Themes in Moral Economics (2017)

    Zsolnai, L. (2017). Issues and Themes in Moral Economics. In Economics as a Moral Science (pp. 11-18). Springer International Publishing.
    Abstract: This chapter summarizes the main issues and themes of the book and shows its contributions to the development of moral economics. Zamagni suggests that we can harness market interactions by re-defining the market in a non-individualistic way... Read more>>
    Apr 25 2017, 02:28 PM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2017Issues and Themes in Moral Economics
  • With Age Comes Wisdom (2017)

    Wagner, K. A. (2017). With Age Comes Wisdom. Feminist Media Histories, 3(2), 141-165.
    Abstract: Conventional wisdom says that as women in our society age, they disappear from the public sphere and effectively become invisible. As comediennes age, however, they gain, as Kathleen Rowe Karlyn says, “not only the perspective to laugh but also... Read more>>
    Apr 27 2017, 11:02 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2017With Age Comes Wisdom
  • Wisdom and reason in law (2017)

    Smith, S. D. (2017). Wisdom and reason in law. University of Colorado Law Review, 88, 301-429.
    Abstract: Some three decades ago, upon taking a job at the University of Colorado, I read some of the work of my new colleague Robert Nagel. One short but trenchant essay - one that I have pondered and cited repeatedly in the years since - was called... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2017Wisdom and reason in law
  • Strengths among Contemporary Teenagers: A Comparative Study (2017)

    Rani, R., Midha, P., & Budhiraja, A. (2017). Strengths among Contemporary Teenagers: A Comparative Study. The International Journal Of Indian Psychology, 4(2), 130-141.
    Abstract: Male and female are two indispensible wheels of a chariot, thus both complement each other and this is a fact that without any one of them, it is just impossible to imagine the smooth continuation of the journey of life. India is a country where... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2017Strengths among Contemporary Teenagers: A Comparative Study
  • Media Management in the Digital Age: Toward a Practical Wisdom-Based Approach (2017)

    Habisch, A., & Bachmann, C. (2017). Media management in the digital age: Toward a practical wisdom-based approach. In Value-Oriented Media Management (pp. 181-188). Springer International Publishing.
    Abstract: In this article we consider how the virtue of practical wisdom (prudence) rooted in the Aristotelian philosophy helps to develop a value-based media management in today’s age of digitalization. We argue that the integrative and the normative... Read more>>
    May 04 2017, 04:16 PM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2017Media Management in the Digital Age: Toward a Practical Wisdom-Based Approach
  • Wisdom in Context (2017)

    Grossmann, I. (2017). Wisdom in context. Perspectives on Psychological Science, 12(2), 233-257.
    Abstract: Philosophers and psychological scientists have converged on the idea that wisdom involves certain aspects of thinking (e.g., intellectual humility, recognition of uncertainty and change), enabling application of knowledge to life challenges... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2017Wisdom in Context
  • “In Defense of Aristotle on Character: Toward a Synthesis of Recent Psychology, Neuroscience, and Michael Polanyi,” (2017)

    Journal of Moral Education 41 (No. 2, June 2012):155-170
    In the United States, various forms of character education have become popular in both elementary and professional education. They are often criticised, however, for their reliance on Aristotle, who is said to be problematic at several points. In response... Read more>>
    Apr 13 2017, 02:23 PM Type:Mine
    4/1/2017“In Defense of Aristotle on Character: Toward a Synthesis of Recent Psychology, Neuroscience, and Michael Polanyi,”
  • Inclusiveness, Foresight, and Decisiveness: The Practical Wisdom of Barrier-Crossing Leaders (2017)

    Cowan, M. A. (2017). Inclusiveness, Foresight, and Decisiveness: The Practical Wisdom of Barrier-Crossing Leaders. New England Journal of Public Policy, 29(1), 14.
    Abstract: This article previews a study under way to compare and contrast the attitudes, thinking, and action of leaders around the world who manage to bridge social divisions in their respective locales with those who work within their own groups. After... Read more>>
    Mar 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2017Inclusiveness, Foresight, and Decisiveness: The Practical Wisdom of Barrier-Crossing Leaders
  • Virtue-Led Social Work Practice (2017)

    Pawar, M., Hugman, R., Alexandra, A., & Anscombe, A. B. (2017). Virtue-Led Social Work Practice. In Empowering Social Workers (pp. 193-204). Springer Singapore.
    Abstract: The ten biographies presented in this book offer an important opportunity for social work/social welfare/community and social development/human services students, practitioners and educators, and any general reader to look at these professionals... Read more>>
    Mar 23 2017, 02:11 PM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2017Virtue-Led Social Work Practice
  • Virtue Development and Role of Character in Decision Making (2017)

    Bhuyan, N. (2017). Virtue development and role of character in decision making. In A.J.G. Sison et al. [Eds.] Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management (pp. 713-721). Springer Netherlands. DOI 10.1007/978-94-007-6510-8_38
    Abstract: The most significant contribution of virtue ethics is the role of discriminative intelligence (practical wisdom) in decision making. Decision making in virtue ethics is actually influenced by the acumen and discriminative intelligence of the... Read more>>
    Mar 24 2017, 04:13 PM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2017Virtue Development and Role of Character in Decision Making
  • Lakota virtues and leadership principles: insights and applications for ethical leaders (2017)

    Caldwell, C. (2017). Lakota virtues and leadership principles: insights and applications for ethical leaders. Journal of Management Development, 36(3).
    Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to identify the practical value and leadership applications of the twelve virtues of the Lakota (Sioux) nation and their importance for ethical leaders in the modern world. This paper describes and briefly summarizes... Read more>>
    Mar 06 2017, 06:29 PM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2017 Lakota virtues and leadership principles: insights and applications for ethical leaders
  • Achieving Resiliency Through Sustainable Literacy (2017)

    Deshmukh, V. (2017). Achieving resiliency through sustainable literacy. In W. L. Filho, U. M. Azeiteiro, F. Alves, & P. Molthan-Hill [Eds.] Handbook of Theory and Practice of Sustainable Development in Higher Education (pp. 3-13). Springer International Publishing.
    Abstract: Some of the holistic approaches to knowledge need to include inter-disciplinarity across subjects, creative and critical thinking and systemic thinking, value explicitness and ethical concerns, solving real world problems, collaborative and... Read more>>
    Mar 06 2017, 06:34 PM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2017Achieving Resiliency Through Sustainable Literacy
  • Wise deliberation sustains cooperation (2017)

    Grossmann, I. Brienza, J. P., & Bobocel, D. R. (2017). Wise deliberation sustains cooperation. Nature Human Behavior, 1, 1-6.
    Abstract: Humans are intuitively cooperative. Humans are also capable of deliberation, which includes social comparison, self-reflection and mental simulation of the future. Does deliberation undermine or sustain cooperation? Some studies suggest that... Read more>>
    Mar 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2017Wise deliberation sustains cooperation
  • In Praise of Natural Philosophy: A Revolution for Thought and Life (2017)

    McGill-Queen's University Press, Montreal
    The central thesis of this book is that we need to reform philosophy and join it to science to recreate a modern version of natural philosophy; we need to do this in the interests of rigour, intellectual honesty, and so that science may serve the best... Read more>>
    Feb 18 2017, 02:13 PM Type:Mine
    3/1/2017In Praise of Natural Philosophy: A Revolution for Thought and Life
  • Pursuing Practice Wisdom in Leadership (2017)

    Higgs, J. (2017). Pursuing Practice Wisdom in Leadership. In Women of Influence in Education (pp. 175-188). SensePublishers.
    Abstract: Practical wisdom (phronesis) is an ancient, enigmatic, and intractable notion yet the manner of its workings and its influence on public life, professional practice and civil society remains little understood. Despite its profound effect on... Read more>>
    Feb 08 2017, 02:52 PM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2017Pursuing Practice Wisdom in Leadership
  • Wisdom and Aging (2017)

    Taliaferro, C., & Varie, M. (2016). Wisdom and Aging. In G. Scarre [Ed.] The Palgrave Handbook of the Philosophy of Aging (pp. 247-260). Palgrave Macmillan UK.
    Abstract: In this chapter, we consider what it means to be wise, and how this is affected by one’s age. We begin by considering the Deep Rationality Theory of wisdom and offer the Ordo Amoris model of wisdom instead as more comprehensive and satisfactory... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2017Wisdom and Aging
  • Conceptualizing Wise Management Decision-Making: A Grounded Theory Approach (2017)

    Intezari, A. and Pauleen, D. J. (2017), Conceptualizing Wise Management Decision-Making: A Grounded Theory Approach. Decision Sciences. doi:10.1111/deci.12267
    Abstract: This article investigates the role of wisdom in management decision-making. In one of the first empirical studies investigating wisdom and management, 37 CEOs, top managers, and senior executives were interviewed about their perspectives on... Read more>>
    Feb 22 2017, 01:38 PM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2017Conceptualizing Wise Management Decision-Making: A Grounded Theory Approach
  • Wisdom and Bias: Towards State-Focused Measurement of Wisdom-Related Cognition (2017)

    Brienza, B, Kung, F. Y. H., Santos, H. C., Bobocel, D., & Grossmann, I. (2017, February 28). Wisdom and bias: Towards state-focused measurement of wisdom-related cognition. Retrieved from osf.io/preprints/psyarxiv/p25c2
    Abstract: Philosophers and behavioral scientists refer to wisdom as unbiased reasoning that guides one toward a good and virtuous life. However, major instruments developed to test wisdom are by default influenced by psychological bias. We examined whether... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2017Wisdom and Bias: Towards State-Focused Measurement of Wisdom-Related Cognition
  • Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living (2017)

    Tippett, K. (2016). Becoming wise. New York, NY: Penguin Books.
    Abstract: In Becoming Wise , Tippett distills the insights she has gleaned from this luminous conversation in its many dimensions into a coherent narrative journey, over time and from mind to mind. The book is a master class in living, curated by Tippett... Read more>>
    Jul 03 2017, 04:59 PM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2017Becoming Wise: An Inquiry into the Mystery and Art of Living
  • What do you think you are measuring? A mixed-methods procedure for assessing the content validity of test items and theory-based scaling (2017)

    Koller, I., Levenson, M. R., & Glück, J. (2017). What do you think you are measuring? A mixed-methods procedure for assessing the content validity of test items and theory-based scaling. Frontiers in Psychology, 8, 126.doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.00126
    Abstract : The valid measurement of latent constructs is crucial for psychological research. Here, we present a mixed-methods procedure for improving the precision of construct definitions, determining the content validity of items, evaluation of representativeness... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2017What do you think you are measuring? A mixed-methods procedure for assessing the content validity of test items and theory-based scaling
  • 12-Item Abbreviated Three-Dimensional Wisdom Scale (3D-WS-12) (2017)

    Thomas, M. L., Bangen, K. J., Ardelt, M., & Jeste, D. V. (2017). Development of a 12-item abbreviated three-dimensional wisdom scale (3D-WS-12): Item selection and psychometric properties. Assessment, 24(1),71-82.
    Abstract: Wisdom has been reported to be associated with better mental health and quality of life among older adults. Over the past decades, there has been considerable growth in empirical research on wisdom, including the development of standardized... Read more>>
    Jan 17 2017, 09:02 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2017 12-Item Abbreviated Three-Dimensional Wisdom Scale (3D-WS-12)
  • Emotions, Character, and Associationist Psychology (2017)

    Abstract: Emotions are pivotal in the manifestation and functioning of character traits. Traits such as virtues and vices involve emotions in diverse but connected ways. Some virtues (justice, generosity, compassion, truthfulness) are exemplified, in... Read more>>
    Feb 08 2017, 02:35 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2017Emotions, Character, and Associationist Psychology
  • Practical wisdom: Making and teaching the governance case for sustainability (2017)

    Roos, J. (2017). Practical wisdom: making and teaching the governance case for sustainability. Journal of Cleaner Production, 140, 117-124.
    Abstract : This paper examines the larger role that business education must begin playing in developing a generation of new leaders with the skills required to tackle the complex and increasingly serious challenges of sustainability. It posits a new framework... Read more>>
    Nov 30 2017, 01:36 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2017Practical wisdom: Making and teaching the governance case for sustainability
  • Philosophical Wisdom as a Method of Formation the Worldview of an Individual (2016)

    Manukyan, M., & manukyan, A. (2016). Philosophical wisdom as a method of formation the worldview of an individual. Wisdom, 2(7), 59-62.
    Abstract: The article observes the role and significance of philosophical wisdom in the formation of person's worldview. It is also demonstrates the efficient ways of its usage, methods and conditions. It is noted that throughout ages Philosophy has... Read more>>
    Feb 08 2017, 02:45 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2016Philosophical Wisdom as a Method of Formation the Worldview of an Individual
  • The temporality of prudence in Thomas Aquinas: Towards a participatory construal of Heidegger’s sorge (2016)

    O’Reilly, K. E. (2016). The temporality of prudence in Thomas Aquinas: Towards a participatory construal of Heidegger’s sorge. American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 499-538.
    Abstract: According to Heidegger’s interpretation, while Aristotle’s treatment of practical wisdom cannot be divorced from his account of theoretical wisdom, there has nevertheless been a tendency in Western thought to separate what he terms the theoretical... Read more>>
    Feb 02 2017, 01:36 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2016The temporality of prudence in Thomas Aquinas: Towards a participatory construal of Heidegger’s sorge
  • Towards Professional Wisdom: Practical Deliberation in the People Professions (2016)

    Clegg, C. (2016). Towards professional wisdom: Practical deliberation in the people professions. Routledge.
    About the Book People professions - such as social work, teaching, nursing, ministry and counselling - are at heart ethical or moral enterprises. Much recent theorizing has been concerned to show that effective professional deliberation and judgement... Read more>>
    Feb 10 2017, 01:48 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2016Towards Professional Wisdom: Practical Deliberation in the People Professions
  • Relationship between vocational maturity and positive psychological quality (2016)

    Huang, W. (2016). Relationship between vocational maturity and positive psychological quality. Pacific Journal of Applied Mathematics, 8(1), 47-57.
    Abstract :This paper explores the relation between vocational maturity and positive psychological quality of local university normal students by questionnaires. The results show that gender, being the only child or not, hometown, major, whether want to... Read more>>
    Mar 06 2017, 06:17 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2016Relationship between vocational maturity and positive psychological quality
  • A Handbook of Practical Wisdom: Leadership, Organization, & Intergral Business Practice (2016)

    Küpers, W. & Pauleen, D. J. [Eds.] (2016). A handbook of practical wisdom: Leadership, organization and integral business practice. Routledge.d integral business practice. Routledge.
    Abstract : The current financial and on-going ecological crises have taught us that without practical wisdom, business, organisations and leadership cannot be sustainable. In response to this situation, the Handbook of Practical Wisdom presents a critically... Read more>>
    Mar 08 2017, 01:55 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2016A Handbook of Practical Wisdom: Leadership, Organization, & Intergral Business Practice
  • Exploring the Long-Term Benefits of Adversity: What Is Posttraumatic Wisdom? (2016)

    Jayawickreme, E., & Blackie, L. E. (2016). Exploring the long-term benefits of adversity: What is posttraumatic wisdom? In E. Jayawickreme & L. Blackie [Eds.] Exploring the Psychological Benefits of Hardship (pp. 41-52). Cham, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
    Abstract: While all major philosophical and theological traditions have argued that experiencing some adversity is a necessary condition for the full development of one’s character, no consensus exists about the nature of the specific virtues, traits... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2016Exploring the Long-Term Benefits of Adversity: What Is Posttraumatic Wisdom?
  • WISDOM AS INFORMATION: TOWARDS AN INTEGRATIONAL MODEL OF WISDOM (2016)

    Targowski, A. (2016). Wisdom as information: Towards an integrational model of wisdom. Dialogue and Universalism, 26(4), 163-185.
    Abstract: The purpose of this investigation is to define, first, wisdom from the point of view of the cognitive approach, and, second, to integrate this definition with the aspects of wisdom as defined by the semantic, cognitive, psychological approaches... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2016WISDOM AS INFORMATION: TOWARDS AN INTEGRATIONAL MODEL OF WISDOM
  • Mainland Chinese Implicit Theory of Wisdom: Generational and Cultural Differences (2016)

    Hu, C. S., Ferrari, M., Liu, R. D., Gao, Q., & Weare, E. (2016). Mainland Chinese implicit theory of wisdom: Generational and cultural differences. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, gbw157.
    Abstract: Objectives : This is the first study on the Mainland Chinese implicit theory of wisdom. To understand the role of culture and social changes in the implicit theory of wisdom, cultural and generational differences were explored. Method: Two generations... Read more>>
    Jan 04 2017, 09:11 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2016Mainland Chinese Implicit Theory of Wisdom: Generational and Cultural Differences
  • SHIFT FROM EDUCATION TO DEVELOPMENT: LEADERS AND COACHES IN SEARCH OF SHARED WISDOM (2016)

    Choukhno, J. A., Klarin, M. V., & Kosyaeva, T. (2016). Shift from education to development: Leaders and coaches in search of shared wisdom. International Journal of Cognitive Research in Science, Engineering and Education:(IJCRSEE), 4(2), 23-29.
    Abstract: This paper presents the results of qualitative study aimed to explore the relationship between the perception of behaviors that support people development, core coaching competences and values supporting them, and wisdom-related values. Our... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2016SHIFT FROM EDUCATION TO DEVELOPMENT: LEADERS AND COACHES IN SEARCH OF SHARED WISDOM
  • From Knowledge to Wisdom: Science and the Good Life (2016)

    Paulson, S. (2016). From knowledge to wisdom: Science and the good life. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1384(1), 8-11.
    Abstract: Various scientific disciplines, from sociology and economics to neuroscience and psychology, have devised innovative and empirical methods for assessing subjective states of happiness and well-being, providing intriguing new clues about our... Read more>>
    Nov 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2016From Knowledge to Wisdom: Science and the Good Life
  • Using a Foreign Language Changes Our Choices (2016)

    Hayakawa, S., Costa, A., Foucart, A., & Keysar, B. (2016). Using a foreign language changes our choices. Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 20(11), 791-793.
    Abstract: A growing literature demonstrates that using a foreign language affects choice. This is surprising because if people understand their options, choice should be language independent. Here, we review the impact of using a foreign language on risk... Read more>>
    Nov 29 2016, 03:37 PM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2016Using a Foreign Language Changes Our Choices
  • Understanding Scientific Progress (2016)

    Paragon House, St. Paul, MN
    "Understanding Scientific Progress constitutes a potentially enormous and revolutionary advancement in philosophy of science. It deserves to be read and studied by everyone with any interest in or connection with physics or the theory of science... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    11/1/2016Understanding Scientific Progress
  • The Wisdom to Know the Difference: Strategy-Situation Fit in Emotion Regulation in Daily Life Is Associated With Well-Being (2016)

    Haines, S. J., Gleeson, J., Kuppens, P., Hollenstein, T., Ciarrochi, J., Labuschagne, I., ... & Koval, P. (2016). The wisdom to know the difference strategy-situation fit in emotion regulation in daily life is associated with well-being. Psychological Science, 0956797616669086.
    Abstract: The ability to regulate emotions is central to well-being, but healthy emotion regulation may not merely be about using the “right” strategies. According to the strategy-situation-fit hypothesis, emotion-regulation strategies are conducive to... Read more>>
    Oct 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2016The Wisdom to Know the Difference: Strategy-Situation Fit in Emotion Regulation in Daily Life Is Associated With Well-Being
  • Complexity, Diversity and Ambiguity in Teaching and Teacher Education: Practical Wisdom, Pedagogical Fitness and Tact of Teaching. (2016)

    Riedler, M., & Eryaman, M. Y. (2016). Complexity, diversity and ambiguity in teaching and teacher education: Practical wisdom, pedagogical fitness and tact of teaching. International Journal of Progressive Education, 12(3), 172-186.
    Abstract: There is consensus in the literature that teacher education programs exhibit the characteristics of complex systems. These characteristics of teacher education programs as complex systems challenges the conventional, teacher-directed/ textbook... Read more>>
    Oct 28 2016, 04:06 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2016Complexity, Diversity and Ambiguity in Teaching and Teacher Education: Practical Wisdom, Pedagogical Fitness and Tact of Teaching.
  • Searching for Wisdom In Movies: From the Book of Job to Sublime Conversations (2016)

    Gilmore, R. (2016). Searching for Wisdom In Movies: From the Book of Job to Sublime Conversations. Moorhead, MN:Springer.
    Abstract : In this volume, Richard Gilmore explores film as a channel through which to engage in philosophical reflection and analyzes the relationship between philosophy and film. This book argues that philosophy and film can and should be used for the... Read more>>
    Oct 28 2016, 04:26 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2016Searching for Wisdom In Movies: From the Book of Job to Sublime Conversations
  • Wisdom and Hard Times: The Ameliorating Effect of Wisdom on the Negative Association Between Adverse Life Events and Well-Being (2016)

    Ardelt, M., & Jeste, D. V. (2016). Wisdom and hard times: The ameliorating effect of wisdom on the negative association between adverse life events and well-being. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences,0, 1-10. doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbw137
    Abstract : Objectives : Old age is characterized by many physical and social losses that adversely affect subjective well-being (SWB). Yet, past studies have shown that wisdom tends to be positively related to SWB in old age, particularly under adverse... Read more>>
    Oct 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2016Wisdom and Hard Times: The Ameliorating Effect of Wisdom on the Negative Association Between Adverse Life Events and Well-Being
  • Synthetic wisdom (2016)

    Kitcher, P. (2016). Synthetic wisdom. The Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1-5. doi: 10.1111/nyas.13212
    Abstract: Wisdom is a special kind of virtue. It is not to be identified with any outstanding cognitive ability—like having a prodigious memory or knowing a lot. Rather it consists in seeing what is most important and most valuable, either within a particular... Read more>>
    Oct 28 2016, 04:38 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2016Synthetic wisdom
  • Eudaimonia and Wisdom (2016)

    Law, A., & Staudinger, U. M. (2016). Eudaimonia and wisdom. In J. Vitterso [Ed.] Handbook of Eudaimonic Well-Being (pp. 135-146). Tromso, Norway: Springer International Publishing.
    Abstract: Wisdom is an ancient concept that has been the subject of intense psychological investigation since the 1980s. In this chapter, we summarize major findings from several different approaches to studying this elusive concept, from early work focused... Read more>>
    Oct 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2016Eudaimonia and Wisdom
  • Bildung towards wisdom, through philosophical dialogue in teacher education (2016)

    Helskog, G. H. (2016). Bildung towards wisdom, through philosophical dialogue in teacher education. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 1474022216670609.
    Abstract: In this article the author discusses the terms Bildung, wisdom, dialogue and philosophical dialogue. The author understands Bildung as the spiritual education of the soul, involving the existential growth and maturation of the individual in... Read more>>
    Oct 28 2016, 04:48 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2016Bildung towards wisdom, through philosophical dialogue in teacher education
  • Developing a Happier Life – 10 Steps to Help (2016)

    10 Steps to a Happier Life. Developing and leading a happier life is not only focusing on what and how you are adding to your life but also what you need to reduce or eliminate. Below are 10 important guidelines for a happier life. 1. Control of actions... Read more>>
    Oct 10 2016, 07:58 PM Type:Mine
    10/1/2016Developing a Happier Life – 10 Steps to Help
  • Self as narrative- the transcendance of identifying with the narrative. (2016)

    “Why are you unhappy? Because 99.9 percent of everything you think, and of everything you do, is for yourself—and there isn’t one.”― Wei Wu Wei These are two paragraphs from my almost finished book- Realizing our Original Mind . ‘While the self seems... Read more>>
    Oct 10 2016, 08:06 PM Type:Mine
    10/1/2016Self as narrative- the transcendance of identifying with the narrative.
  • Dignity, Wisdom, and Tomorrow's Ethical Business Leader (2016)

    Hicks, D., & Waddock, S. (2016). Dignity, wisdom, and tomorrow's ethical business leader. Business and Society Review, 121(3), 447-462.
    Abstract: This article examines the role wisdom and dignity play in developing ethical business leaders, or what we call shamanic leaders, for the twenty-first century. We define wisdom as the integration of moral imagination (the good), systems understanding... Read more>>
    Sep 25 2016, 09:04 PM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2016Dignity, Wisdom, and Tomorrow's Ethical Business Leader
  • Review of Poetic Ethics in Proverbs: Wisdom Literature and the Shaping of the Moral Self (2016)

    Millar, S. R. (2016). Poetic ethics in proverbs: Wisdom literature and the shaping of the moral self by Anne W. Stewart. The Journal of Theological Studies, 1-3.
    Excerpt : Anne W. Stewart's Poetic Ethics in Proverbs argues that the moral world of the book of Proverbs is much more complex than has previously been assumed. Proverb's pedagogical aim is character formation, including the whole person - their... Read more>>
    Sep 29 2016, 02:07 PM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2016Review of Poetic Ethics in Proverbs: Wisdom Literature and the Shaping of the Moral Self
  • Researching Practice Wisdom in Social Work (2016)

    Cheung, J. C. S. (2016). Researching practice wisdom in social work. Journal of Social Intervention: Theory and Practice, 25(3), 24-38.
    Abstract: Social workers, as skilled helpers who make professional decisions using intuitive actions rather than by following defined rules, deserve better recognition for their practice wisdom. However, since there is a tendency amongst practitioners... Read more>>
    Sep 25 2016, 06:21 PM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2016Researching Practice Wisdom in Social Work
  • An Old Man's ABCs (2016)

    A and tell about the first Academic I ever met, the only piece of Advice I got that was helpful, my career as an "Athlete," and something about Aging. Fortunately I have a grandson named Zevediah and tell about two experiences I had with him... Read more>>
    Sep 29 2017, 03:56 PM Type:Mine
    9/1/2016An Old Man's ABCs
  • Two Great Problems of Learning: Science and Civilization (2016)

    Rounded Globe https://roundedglobe.com/books/61539716-6ed9-4df5-89fa-8fdd5ec80df8/Two%20Great%20Problems%20of%20Learning:%20Science%20and%20Civilization/
    Two great problems of learning confront humanity: learning about the nature of the universe and about ourselves and other living things as a part of the universe, and learning how to become civilized. The first problem was solved, in essence, in the seventeenth... Read more>>
    Feb 18 2017, 02:18 PM Type:Mine
    9/1/2016Two Great Problems of Learning: Science and Civilization
  • Ecophronesis: The ecological practical wisdom for and from ecological practice (2016)

    Xiang, W. N. (2016). Ecophronesis: The ecological practical wisdom for and from ecological practice. Landscape and Urban Planning.
    Abstract: This essay addresses three questions pertaining to the assertion that ecological wisdom connotes both Platonian sophia (theoretical wisdom) and Aristotelian phronesis (practical wisdom): What is Aristotelian phronesis in the context of ecological... Read more>>
    Aug 30 2016, 06:21 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2016Ecophronesis: The ecological practical wisdom for and from ecological practice
  • Wisdom and the Tragic Question: Moral Learning and Emotional Perception in Leadership and Organisations (2016)

    Nayak, A. (2015). Wisdom and the tragic question: Moral learning and emotional perception in leadership and organisations. Journal of Business Ethics, 1-13.
    Abstract: Wisdom is almost always associated with doing the right thing in the right way under right circumstances in order to achieve the common good. In this paper, however, we propose that wisdom is more associated with deciding between better and... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2016, 08:48 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2016Wisdom and the Tragic Question: Moral Learning and Emotional Perception in Leadership and Organisations
  • Wisdom and humility (2016)

    Tiberius, V. (2016). Wisdom and humility. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1-4.
    Excerpt: Practical wisdom (wisdom concerned with what to do rather than what to think about abstract matters) is the virtue that enables a person to deliberate and choose well. The wise person grasps what matters in life and reasons well about how to... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2016Wisdom and humility
  • Implementing character education program through music and integrated activities in early childhood settings in Taiwan (2016)

    Lee, A. (2016). Implementing character education program through music and integrated activities in early childhood settings in Taiwan. International Journal of Music Education, 34(3), 340-351.
    Abstract: This study explores the efficacy of using musical activities to enhance the character aspect of education of preschoolers in a Taiwanese school setting. The Taiwanese educational authority stipulates that character development activities should... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2016Implementing character education program through music and integrated activities in early childhood settings in Taiwan
  • Pedagogical Wisdom: A Creative Force (2016)

    Gidley, J. M. (2016). Pedagogical wisdom: A creative force. In Postformal Education: A philosophy for complex futures (pp. 229-247). Switzerland: Springer International Publishing.
    Abstract: The dominant 21st-century worldview is replete with stupid rather than wise values, signified by corporate greed, climate crises, environmental degradation and huge economic disparity. Is this what we want for our children and their grandchildren... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2016, 08:55 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2016Pedagogical Wisdom: A Creative Force
  • Trading experience modulates anterior insula to reduce the endowment effect (2016)

    Tong, L. C., Ye, K. J, Asai, K., Ertac, S., List, J. A., Nusbaum, H. C., & Hortacsu, A. (2016). Trading experience modulates anterior insula to reduce the endowment effect. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 1-6.
    Abstract: Trading experience has been shown to reduce the endowment effect, a decision-making bias that distorts market prices and reduces trade. Understanding the mechanisms underlying how experience changes this bias will provide important insights... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2016Trading experience modulates anterior insula to reduce the endowment effect
  • What the [bleep]? Enhanced absolute pitch memory for a 1000 Hz sine tone (2016)

    Van Hedger, S. C., Heald, S. L., & Nusbaum, H. C. (2016). What the [bleep]? Enhanced absolute pitch memory for a 1000Hz sine tone. Cognition, 154, 139-150.
    Abstract: Many individuals are able to perceive when the tuning of familiar stimuli, such as popular music recordings, has been altered. This suggests a kind of ubiquitous pitch memory, though it is unclear how this ability differs across individuals... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2016, 03:58 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2016What the [bleep]? Enhanced absolute pitch memory for a 1000 Hz sine tone
  • What’s Wrong and How to Fix it: Balance of Abilities Matters More than Levels (2016)

    Sternberg, R. J. (2016). What’s Wrong and How to Fix it. In D. Ambrose & R. J. Sternberg (Eds.) Creative Intelligence in the 21st Century (pp. 257-262). Netherlands: SensePublishers.
    Excerpt : Dinosaurs were, in a sense, the dominant species on the Earth for 135 million years. Home sapiens have about 200,000 years behind their belt, perhaps 100,000 years as some kind of dominant species. Cockroaches go back at least 320 million years... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2016, 06:01 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2016What’s Wrong and How to Fix it: Balance of Abilities Matters More than Levels
  • “Reading H. Richard Niebuhr through Aristotelian Lenses: Pointers toward a Christian Practical Reason,” (2016)

    Perspectives in Religious Studies 43 (No. 2, Fall 2016):241-254.
    John Howard Yoder, in his critique of Christ and Culture, argues that Niebuhr’s refusal to say that there is one right way for “Christ” to relate to “Culture” represents a failure of Christian conviction and a capitulation to relativism. I argue that... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2016“Reading H. Richard Niebuhr through Aristotelian Lenses: Pointers toward a Christian Practical Reason,”
  • „Neue Leitbilder für den Fortschritt“ (LS 194) – Ein Plädoyer für die Wiederentdeckung praktischer Weisheit als neues Leitbild in der Marktwirtschaft (2016)

    Bachmann, C. (2016). „Neue Leitbilder für den Fortschritt“ (LS 194) – Ein Plädoyer für die Wiederentdeckung praktischer Weisheit als neues Leitbild in der Marktwirtschaft. AUC Theologica 6(1), 49-68
    In the light of the far-reaching leadership failures and business scandals of the last decades, the question has often been raised of whether we are reaping the results of the practical application of abstract management theory which is actually counteracting... Read more>>
    Oct 22 2016, 01:38 PM Type:Mine
    8/1/2016„Neue Leitbilder für den Fortschritt“ (LS 194) – Ein Plädoyer für die Wiederentdeckung praktischer Weisheit als neues Leitbild in der Marktwirtschaft
  • What's in a Word? in Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism (2016)

    The word God, as used in English, is Allah in Arabic, Brahman in Sanskrit and ha-Shem (the Name) in Hebrew. God is Theos in Greek, the first written language of the New Testament. Nirvana in Buddhist Sanskrit can also mean absolute Truth: ultimate Reality... Read more>>
    Jul 23 2016, 12:12 PM Type:Mine
    7/1/2016What's in a Word? in Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism
  • SocioDynamic career counselling: Constructivist practice of wisdom (2016)

    Spangar, T. (2016). SocioDynamic career counselling: Constructivist practice of wisdom.In M. McMahon (Ed.) Career Counselling: Constructivist approaches. New York, NY: Routledge.
    Excerpt: In this chapter I will first present my current interpretation of the essential conceptual ideas chracterising SocioDynamic counselling. This will be followed by a description of the key starting points for understanding SocioDynamic counselling... Read more>>
    Jul 12 2016, 03:05 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2016SocioDynamic career counselling: Constructivist practice of wisdom
  • Intergenerational Interactions when Transmitting Wisdom from Older to Younger Generations (2016)

    Tabuchi, M., & Miura, A. (2016). Intergenerational Interactions when Transmitting Wisdom from Older to Younger Generations. Educational Gerontology, (just-accepted).
    Abstract : The purpose of this study was to examine the effects of young people’s reactions on changes in older people’s generativity when wisdom is transmitted to the younger people. Participants included 48 male adults aged 63–77 years. Each participant... Read more>>
    Jul 12 2016, 03:26 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2016Intergenerational Interactions when Transmitting Wisdom from Older to Younger Generations
  • The effects of the MORE wisdom resources on spousal caregivers’ life satisfaction: An application of the resilience model (2016)

    Kim, S., & Knight, B. G. (2016). The effects of the MORE wisdom resources on spousal caregivers’ life satisfaction: An application of the resilience model. Clinical Gerontologist.
    Abstract: Models of resilience suggest that psychosocial resources and their interactions facilitate resilience while experiencing life challenges of caregiving. The MORE wisdom resources (sense of Mastery, Openness to experience, Reflective attitude... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2016, 06:24 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2016The effects of the MORE wisdom resources on spousal caregivers’ life satisfaction: An application of the resilience model
  • Practice Wisdom and Wise Practice (2016)

    Higgs, J. (2016). Practice wisdom and wise practice. In J. Higgs & F. Trede (Eds.) Professional practice discourse marginalia (pp. 65-72). JM Dordrecht, Netherlands:Sense Publishers.
    Abstract: Professional practice is grounded and realised in being, doing, knowing and becoming, for individual practitioners and for communities of practice. Practice is released and enacted through metaphor, interpretation and narrative. Using dialogue... Read more>>
    Jul 29 2016, 02:17 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2016Practice Wisdom and Wise Practice
  • Contextualising Postmodernity in Daoist Symbolism: Toward a mindful education embracing eastern wisdom (2016)

    Blom, R., & Lu, C. (2016). Contextualising postmodernity in Daoist symbolism: Toward a mindful education embracing eastern wisdom. Educational Philosophy and Theory, 1-18.
    Abstract: In cultivating a Western inclination toward Eastern wisdom, it is important to seek the foundations that sustain traditional practices toward such end. In a secularised and modern world view, the tendency has been to extract and abstract foundational... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2016Contextualising Postmodernity in Daoist Symbolism: Toward a mindful education embracing eastern wisdom
  • Telling in-tune from out-of-tune: Widespread evidence for implicit absolute intonation (2016)

    Van Hedger, S. C., Heald, S. L., Huang, A., Rutstein, B., & Nusbaum, H. C. (2016). Telling in-tune from out-of-tune: widespread evidence for implicit absolute intonation. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, 1-8.
    Abstract: Absolute pitch (AP) is the rare ability to name or produce an isolated musical note without the aid of a reference note. One skill thought to be unique to AP possessors is the ability to provide absolute intonation judgments (e.g., classifying... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2016, 04:15 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2016Telling in-tune from out-of-tune: Widespread evidence for implicit absolute intonation
  • Wisdom: A World History (2016)

    Curnow, T. (2016). Wisdom: A world history. Delhi, India: Speaking Tiger.
    Summary: Trevor Curnow provides an accessible introduction to wisdom and the many ways we have tried to achieve it throughout history. ‘There’s no fool like an old fool,’ the saying goes. What is it about wisdom that sets it apart from mere intelligence... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2016, 05:49 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2016Wisdom: A World History
  • What Universities Can Be: A New Model for Preparing Students for Active Concerned Citizenship and Ethical Leadership (2016)

    Sternberg, R. J. (2016). What universities can be: A new model for preparing students for active concerned citizenship and ethical leadership. Cornell University Press.
    Summary: In What Universities Can Be , the high-profile educator Robert J. Sternberg writes thoughtfully about the direction of higher education in this country and its potential to achieve future excellence. Sternberg presents, for the first time, his... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2016What Universities Can Be: A New Model for Preparing Students for Active Concerned Citizenship and Ethical Leadership
  • Empowering practical wisdom from religious traditions: a ricoeurian approach (2016)

    Habisch, A. & Bachmann, C. (2016). Empowering practical wisdom from religious traditions: a ricoeurian approach. International Journal of Corporate Social Responsibility 1(10), 1-9
    Multiple strains of research are currently claiming to bring back normative perspectives into business analysis. In line with a series of publications from different disciplines we refer to the traditional concept of Practical Wisdom for that purpose... Read more>>
    Oct 22 2016, 01:34 PM Type:Mine
    7/1/2016Empowering practical wisdom from religious traditions: a ricoeurian approach
  • Creative Social Change: Leadership for a Healthy World (2016)

    Schuyler, K. G., Baugher, J. E., & Jironet, K. (Eds.). (2016). Creative social change: Leadership for a healthy world. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
    Synopsis: Part of the International Leadership Association Book Series'Building Leadership Bridges' 'Creative Social Change is an inspiring book that brings together an amazing group of thought leaders to reimagine leadership in building a... Read more>>
    Sep 16 2016, 01:16 PM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2016Creative Social Change: Leadership for a Healthy World
  • Wise reasoning in the face of everyday life challenges (2016)

    Grossmann, I., Gerlach, T. M., & Denissen, J. J. A. (2016). Wise reasoning in the face of everyday life challenges. Social Psychological and Personality Science, 1-12.
    Abstract: How stable vs. dynamic is wisdom in daily life? We conducted a daily diary study of wise reasoning (WR) by recording people’s reflections on daily challenges in terms of three facets: intellectual humility, self-transcendence, and consideration... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2016Wise reasoning in the face of everyday life challenges
  • “The Wisdom of Age”: Perspectives on Aging and Growth among *** Older Adults. (2016)

    Putney, J. M., LeafMeeker, R. R., & Hebert, N. (2016). “The wisdom of age”: Perspectives on aging and growth among lesbian older adults. Journal of Gerontological Social Work.
    Abstract: As of 2012, adults age 65 and older represented 13.7% of the United States population (Administration on Aging, 2013). This number is projected to grow to 19% by 2030, with females living to age 90 and outnumbering males 55% to 45% respectively... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2016“The Wisdom of Age”: Perspectives on Aging and Growth among *** Older Adults.
  • Ecological and Social Wisdom in Camel Praise Poetry Sung by Afar Nomads of Ethiopia (2016)

    Balehegn, M. (2016). Ecological and Social Wisdom in Camel Praise Poetry Sung by Afar Nomads of Ethiopia. Journal of Ethnobiology, 36(2), 457-472.
    Abstract: Understanding environmental philosophies and wisdom of tribal communities provides insights into sustainable ways of living and conservation. Many tribal communities rely on oral traditions for storage and communication of ecological, cultural... Read more>>
    Jun 13 2016, 01:09 PM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2016Ecological and Social Wisdom in Camel Praise Poetry Sung by Afar Nomads of Ethiopia
  • Testing the stability of “wisdom of crowds” judgments of search results over time and their similarity with the search engine rankings (2016)

    Zhitomirsky-Geffet, M., Bar-Ilan, J., & Levene, M. (2016). Testing the stability of “wisdom of crowds” judgments of search results over time and their similarity with the search engine rankings. Aslib Journal of Information Management, 68(4).
    Abstract: One of the under-explored aspects in the process of user information seeking behaviour is influence of time on relevance evaluation. It has been shown in previous studies that individual users might change their assessment of search results... Read more>>
    Jun 13 2016, 01:17 PM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2016Testing the stability of “wisdom of crowds” judgments of search results over time and their similarity with the search engine rankings
  • EXAMINING THE INDIGENIOUS WISDOM IN EKEGUSII PROVERBS (2016)

    Otiso, Z. (2016). Examining the indigenious wisdom in Ekegusii proverbs.The University of Nairobi Journal of Language and Linguistics, 5, 116-129
    Abstract: This paper examines the cultural values and wisdom that are transmitted through Ekegusii proverbs. It demonstrates how proverbs are used to comment on a variety of human experiences and to maintain societal order. Some of the cultural issues... Read more>>
    Jun 13 2016, 01:22 PM Type:Mine
    6/1/2016EXAMINING THE INDIGENIOUS WISDOM IN EKEGUSII PROVERBS
  • Critical Thinking, Wisdom, and Paying Homage to the Human Experience (2016)

    St Clair, A. (2016). Critical thinking, wisdom, and paying homage to the human experience. Voices, 42(1/2), 41.
    Excerpt: Throughout human evolution, we have been constantly striving towardmaking use of the technology in our lives greater and more complex. Beginning with the use of rocks as tools to the invention of the wheel, which revolutionized agriculture, technology... Read more>>
    Jun 13 2016, 01:28 PM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2016Critical Thinking, Wisdom, and Paying Homage to the Human Experience
  • Practical Wisdom in the Age of Technology (2016)

    Dalal, N., Intezari, A., & Heitz, M. (2016). Practical Wisdom in the Age of Technology. New York: Routledge.
    About the book: The dramatic recent advances and emergent trends in technologies have brought to the fore many vital and challenging questions and dilemmas for leaders and organizations. These are issues that call for a critical, insightful examination... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2016Practical Wisdom in the Age of Technology
  • Wisdom Applied: The secret sauce that has allowed me already to have achieved immortality. (2016)

    Sternberg, R. J. (2016, June 15). Wisdom applied: The secret sauce that has allowed me already to have achieved immortality. Acquired Wisdom Series, Eds. S. Tobias, J. D. Fletcher, & D. C. Berliner. Education Review, 23, 1-25.
    Excerpt: This realization led to the earlier formulation of my balance theory of wisdom (Sternberg, 1998a), according to which wisdom is the application of one’s abilities and knowledge to achieve a common good, balancing one’s own, others’, and higher... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2016Wisdom Applied: The secret sauce that has allowed me already to have achieved immortality.
  • Enhancing the Wellbeing and Wisdom of Older Learners: A co-research paradigm (2016)

    Maginess, T. (2016). Enhancing the Wellbeing and Wisdom of Older Learners: A co-research paradigm. Routledge.
    Excerpt: This book is not about how to grow old gracefully, invisibly, or scandalously. It is about what some older learners think being involved in an adult education programme means for them and what it might mean for other older people. Their views... Read more>>
    Jun 22 2016, 02:06 PM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2016 Enhancing the Wellbeing and Wisdom of Older Learners: A co-research paradigm
  • REMINISCENCE AND ANTICIPATION: HOW A BALANCED TIME PERSPECTIVE PREDICTS PSYCHOSOCIAL STRENGTHS (2016)

    Webster, J. D. (2016). Reminiscence and anticipation: How a balanced time perspective predicts psychosocial strengths. The International Journal of Reminiscence and Life Review, 3(1), 1-7.
    Abstract: Prior research has demonstrated the separate benefits of positive reminiscence as well as positive future anticipation. Recently, attention has been directed towards the possible additional benefits of combining both of these temporal orientations... Read more>>
    May 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2016REMINISCENCE AND ANTICIPATION: HOW A BALANCED TIME PERSPECTIVE PREDICTS PSYCHOSOCIAL STRENGTHS
  • The Buddha's Radical Psychology: Explorations (2016)

    The Buddha's Radical Psychology: Explorations My newest book now available is titled, The Buddha's Radical Psychology: Explorations.The Buddha's teachings are, at heart, a way of life based on a revolutionary psychology which emphasizes the... Read more>>
    May 16 2016, 11:30 AM Type:Mine
    5/1/2016The Buddha's Radical Psychology: Explorations
  • What else other than the Big Bang Singularity? (2016)

    What else other than the Big Bang Singularity? Since my childhood I have been ‘ affascinato ’ with astronomy and cosmology. I lived in the relative darkness at night in suburban Illinois and the night sky was a display of planets, stars and even satellites... Read more>>
    May 19 2016, 10:43 AM Type:Mine
    5/1/2016What else other than the Big Bang Singularity?
  • What Is Your Newest Book About? (2016)

    Since I first posted about the publication of my newest Book- The Buddha's Radical Psychology: Explorations , I have had numerous inquirers asking about the content of the book. I thought the quickest look at the book contents would be to list the... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    5/1/2016What Is Your Newest Book About?
  • Empowering Practical Wisdom: Spiritual traditions and their role in the global business world of the 21st century (2016)

    Habisch, A. & Bachmann, C. (2016). Empowering Practical Wisdom: Spiritual traditions and their role in the global business world of the 21st century. In A. Habisch & R. Schmidpeter (Hrsg.). Cultural Roots of Sustainable Management: Practical Wisdom and Corporate Social Responsibility, (9-20). Springer International Publishing
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    Oct 22 2016, 01:37 PM Type:Mine
    5/1/2016Empowering Practical Wisdom: Spiritual traditions and their role in the global business world of the 21st century
  • Schooling for "Deep Knowing": On the Education of a Pithecanthropus Erectus (2016)

    Humanitas, Vol. 29, No. 1 and 2, 133-155.
    This article examines what passes for high school education through a philosophic lens associated with Nietzsche, Plato, and Dionysian concerns. The essential claim in this article is that the Dionysian element of education has been sorely neglected ... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    4/1/2016Schooling for "Deep Knowing": On the Education of a Pithecanthropus Erectus
  • The Many Faces of Wisdom: An Investigation of Cultural-Historical Wisdom Exemplars Reveals Practical, Philosophical, and Benevolent Prototypes (2016)

    Weststrate, N. M., Ferrari, M., & Ardelt, M. (2016). The many faces of wisdom: An investigation of cultural-historical wisdom exemplars reveals practical, philosophical, and benevolent prototypes. Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 42(5), 662-676.
    Abstract: Psychological research on wisdom has flourished in the last 30 years, much of it investigating laypeople’s implicit theories of wisdom. In three studies, we took an exemplar and prototype approach to implicit wisdom theories by asking participants... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2016The Many Faces of Wisdom: An Investigation of Cultural-Historical Wisdom Exemplars Reveals Practical, Philosophical, and Benevolent Prototypes
  • A Heart and A Mind: Self-distancing Facilitates the Association Between Heart Rate Variability, and Wise Reasoning (2016)

    Grossmann, I., Sahdra, B. K., & Ciarrochi, J. (2016). A heart and a mind: Self-distancing facilitates the association between heart rate variability, and wise reasoning. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 10, 68.
    Abstract: Cardiac vagal tone (indexed via resting heart rate variability [HRV]) has been previously associated with superior executive functioning. Is HRV related to wiser reasoning and less biased judgments? Here we hypothesize that this will be the... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2016A Heart and A Mind: Self-distancing Facilitates the Association Between Heart Rate Variability, and Wise Reasoning
  • Eastern wisdom and Western philosophy: Several comparative points (2016)

    Nguyen, H. H. (2016). Eastern wisdom and Western philosophy: Several comparative points. Vietnam Social Sciences, 3(161), 37-45.
    Abstract: The two conceptions “the Eastern” and “the Western” have been known for several recent decades. The Eastern is used to show the area of the sunrise, including Asian countries - the civilizations in the valleys of Nile River, Ganges River and... Read more>>
    Apr 19 2016, 02:11 PM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2016Eastern wisdom and Western philosophy: Several comparative points
  • The virtue gap in humor: Exploring benevolent and corrective humor (2016)

    Ruch, W., & Heintz, S. (2016). The virtue gap in humor: Exploring benevolent and corrective humor. Translational Issues in Psychological Science, 2(1), 35
    Abstract: The recent emergence of positive psychology gave rise to the idea to conceptualize humor from a “good character” perspective. Present constructs, however, show a “virtue gap,” and the two concepts of benevolent and corrective humor were developed... Read more>>
    Apr 04 2016, 12:56 PM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2016The virtue gap in humor: Exploring benevolent and corrective humor
  • Li and Chi representing hidden and manifest Actuality (2016)

    After reading Ruth E. Kastner’s book, Understanding our Unseen Reality , (2015) and re-reading sections of R.G.H. Siu’s book, Chi, (1974) , out of an interest, I decided to speculate about an apparent commonality between two perspectives. While throughout... Read more>>
    Apr 05 2016, 11:12 PM Type:Mine
    4/1/2016Li and Chi representing hidden and manifest Actuality
  • WISDOM, APPLES & BLACK ROSES: A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING AND SEEKING WISDOM (2016)

    Thompson, R. (2016). Wisdom, apples, and black roses: A guide to understanding and seeking wisdom. Pittsburgh, PA: Dorrance Publishing.
    Excerpt: This volume is intended to introduce the reader to wisdom, one of the most misunderstood life-changing forces in the universe. The power of wisdom, unlike knowledge and common sense, is given only to those who truly and deeply desire it. The... Read more>>
    Mar 11 2016, 01:47 PM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2016WISDOM, APPLES & BLACK ROSES: A GUIDE TO UNDERSTANDING AND SEEKING WISDOM
  • Developing the Virtues:Integrating Perspectives (2016)

    Annas, J., Snow, N., & Narvaez, D.(Eds.).(2016). Developing the Virtues: Integrating perspectives. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
    Overview: Ethicists and psychologists have become increasingly interested in the development of virtue in recent years, approaching the topic from the perspectives of virtue ethics and developmental psychology respectively. Such interest in virtue development... Read more>>
    Mar 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2016Developing the Virtues:Integrating Perspectives
  • SEIZING LOCAL WISDOM: LOOKING CLOSER INTO JAVANESE FOLKLORE THROUGH JAMASAN KERIS RITUAL (2016)

    Herminingrum, S., & Majid, G. M. (2016). Seizing Local Wisdom: Looking Closer Into Javanese Folklore Through Jamasan Keris Ritual. International Journal of Social and Local Economic Governance, 2(1), 35-42.
    Abstract: The myriad of folklores in Indonesia is a vast area to study. Jamasan Keris ritual as one of the embodiment of Javanese folklore, however, still invites many questions in accordance with the local values. Therefore, this paper tries to disclose... Read more>>
    Mar 30 2016, 12:47 PM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2016SEIZING LOCAL WISDOM: LOOKING CLOSER INTO JAVANESE FOLKLORE THROUGH JAMASAN KERIS RITUAL
  • Toward a Neuroscience of Wisdom (2016)

    Williams, P. B., & Nusbaum, H. C. (2016). Toward a neuroscience of wisdom. In J. R. Absher & J. Cloutier (Eds.) Neuroimaging, personality, social cognition, and character (pp. 383-395). London, UK: Elsevier.
    Chapter excerpt: Wisdom is a quality of human nature that has been discussed extensively throughout history, perhaps most notably by Aristotle. In modern times, however, despite being considered a pinnacle of human cognition, there has been little public... Read more>>
    Mar 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2016Toward a Neuroscience of Wisdom
  • Wisdom from Everyday Development: A collection of vignettes from South Africa (2016)

    Gxolo, N., Smith, N., Masango, L., & Molver, M. (2016). Wisdom from Everyday Development: A collection of vignettes from South Africa. Oxfam Autralia.
    Abstract: This collection of stories of change brings together various short vignettes from community based organizations in South Africa under five key themes from programme work in country. The key areas of focus of these stories are: food security... Read more>>
    Mar 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2016Wisdom from Everyday Development: A collection of vignettes from South Africa
  • Assessing the Relationships Among Wisdom, Humility, and Life Satisfaction (2016)

    Krause, N. (2016). Assessing the relationships among wisdom, humility, and life satisfaction. Journal of Adult Development, 1-10.
    Abstract: The purpose of this study was to test two hypotheses that specify different ways of configuring the interface between wisdom and humility. The first hypothesis specifies that greater wisdom is associated with greater humility. This hypothesis... Read more>>
    Mar 30 2016, 03:29 PM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2016Assessing the Relationships Among Wisdom, Humility, and Life Satisfaction
  • The Relationship between Mental and Somatic Practices and Wisdom (2016)

    Williams, P. B., Mangelsdorf, H. H., Kontra, C., Nusbaum, H. C., & Hoeckner, B. (2016). The relationship between mental and somatic practices and wisdom. PloS One, 11(2): e0149369. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0149369
    Abstract: In this study we sought to explore how experience with specific mental and somatic practices is associated with wisdom, using self-report measures of experience and wisdom. We administered standard surveys to measure wisdom and experience among... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2016The Relationship between Mental and Somatic Practices and Wisdom
  • Quality teaching as moral practice: Cultivating practical Wisdom (2016)

    Schussler, D. L., & Murrell Jr, P. C. (2016). Quality Teaching as Moral Practice: Cultivating Practical Wisdom. In J. C. K. Lee & C. Day (Eds.) Quality and Change in Teacher Education (pp. 277-291). Springer International Publishing.
    Abstract: To engage in quality teaching, requires more than just technical skills; it requires the moral capacities to achieve worthwhile aims. We posit teachers need “practical wisdom,” which cultivates teachers’ capacities to conduct themselves purposefully... Read more>>
    Mar 30 2016, 03:20 PM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2016Quality teaching as moral practice: Cultivating practical Wisdom
  • Measurement Invariance of the Brief Multidimensional Student’s Life Satisfaction Scale Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults Across 23 Cultural Contexts. (2016)

    Abubakar, A., van de Vijver, F., Alonso-Arbiol, I., He, J., Adams, B., Aldhafri, S., ... & Dimitrova, R. (2015). Measurement Invariance of the Brief Multidimensional Student’s Life Satisfaction Scale Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults Across 23 Cultural Contexts. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 0734282915611284.
    Abstract: There is hardly any cross-cultural research on the measurement invariance of the Brief Multidimensional Students’ Life Satisfaction Scales (BMSLSS). The current article evaluates the measurement invariance of the BMSLSS across cultural contexts... Read more>>
    Dec 28 2015, 12:00 PM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2016Measurement Invariance of the Brief Multidimensional Student’s Life Satisfaction Scale Among Adolescents and Emerging Adults Across 23 Cultural Contexts.
  • Stories of growth and wisdom: A mixed-methods study of people living well with pain. (2016)

    Owens, J. E., Menard, M., Plews-Ogan, M., Calhoun, L. G., & Ardelt, M. (2016). Stories of growth and wisdom: A mixed-methods study of people living well with pain. Global Advances in Health and Medicine, 5(1), 16-28.
    Abstract: Chronic pain remains a daunting clinical challenge, affecting 30% of people in the United States and 20% of the global population. People meeting this challenge by achieving wellbeing while living with pain are a virtually untapped source of... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    1/1/2016Stories of growth and wisdom: A mixed-methods study of people living well with pain.
  • Psychosocial Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Disability: A Virtue Based Model. (2016)

    Kim, J. H., McMahon, B. T., Hawley, C., Brickham, D., Gonzalez, R., & Lee, D. H. (2016). Psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness and disability: A virtue based model. Journal of Occupational Rehabilitation, 1-11.
    Abstract: Purpose Psychosocial adaptation to chronic illness and disability (CID) is an area of study where a positive psychology perspective, especially the study of virtues and character strengths, can be implemented within the rehabilitation framework... Read more>>
    Jan 21 2016, 12:13 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016Psychosocial Adaptation to Chronic Illness and Disability: A Virtue Based Model.
  • Poignancy and Mediated Wisdom of Experience Narrative Impacts on Willingness to Accept Delayed Rewards (2016)

    Slater, M. D., Oliver, M. B., & Appel, M. (2016). Poignancy and mediated wisdom of experience narrative impacts on willingness to accept delayed rewards. Communication Research, 0093650215623838.
    Abstract: Research on the impact of eudaimonic narrative has begun to identify a variety of psychologically and socially important outcomes. In the present study, we conceptually and operationally distinguish three distinctive responses to eudaimonic... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016 Poignancy and Mediated Wisdom of Experience Narrative Impacts on Willingness to Accept Delayed Rewards
  • Wise Leadership in Kautilya’s Philosophy (2016)

    Singh, S. (2016). Wise leadership in Kautilya’s philosophy. Philosophy of Management, 1-15.
    Abstract: Kautilya (4th Century B.C.) is a legendary figure in India for not only writing Arthashastra, a treatise that deals extensively with the strategies for building and running a nation based on strong fundamentals of economics and the wisdom of... Read more>>
    Jan 25 2016, 03:31 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016Wise Leadership in Kautilya’s Philosophy
  • The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated (2016)

    Olen, H., & Pollack, H. (2016). The index card: Why personal finance doesn't have to be complicated. New York, New York: Penguin Random House.
    About: TV analysts and money managers would have you believe your finances are enormously complicated, and if you don’t follow their guidance, you’ll end up in the poorhouse. They’re wrong. When University of Chicago professor Harold Pollack interviewed... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated
  • Wisdom and Mental Health Nursing (2016)

    Cleary, M., & Horsfall, J. (2016). Wisdom and mental health nursing. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 37(1), 63-65.
    Excerpt: Wisdom is a complex quality. For example, one person's inconsequential recognition or perception may be experienced as extraordinary or incredibly insightful to another (Randall & Kenyon, 2004). Broadly, wisdom is considered to be a higher... Read more>>
    Feb 02 2016, 12:48 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016Wisdom and Mental Health Nursing
  • The ‘Outer Self’ and the ‘Inner Body’: Exteriorization of the Self in Cognitive Sciences (2016)

    Menon, S. (2016). The ‘outer self’ and the ‘inner body’: Exteriorization of the self in cognitive sciences. Journal of Human Values, 22(1), 39-45.
    Abstract: In current trends in cognitive sciences, the discussion on body crosses the classical divide between the body and the self in terms of nature and function. Embodiment theories have helped to bring in the importance of the role of subjective... Read more>>
    Dec 28 2015, 12:12 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016The ‘Outer Self’ and the ‘Inner Body’: Exteriorization of the Self in Cognitive Sciences
  • Exploring wisdom in the Confucian tradition: Wisdom as manifested by Fan Zhongyan (2016)

    Yang, S. Y. (2016). Exploring wisdom in the Confucian tradition: Wisdom as manifested by Fan Zhongyan. New Ideas in Psychology, 41, 1-7.
    Abstract: Exploring the wisdom manifested in the world's great traditions can enhance our understanding of significant human strivings to live a meaningful and satisfying life and, at the same time, to help other people live better lives. This study... Read more>>
    Jan 04 2016, 01:40 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016Exploring wisdom in the Confucian tradition: Wisdom as manifested by Fan Zhongyan
  • Correlates of Wisdom (2016)

    Ardelt, M., & Oh, H. (2016). Correlates of Wisdom. The Encyclopedia of Adulthood and Aging.
    Abstract: Several rating measures and standardized scales of general and personal wisdom have been developed, ranging from cognitive to noncognitive assessments of wisdom. Although correlations of wisdom partly depend on its measurement, several general... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016Correlates of Wisdom
  • Sailing the “Seven C’s” of Leadership (2016)

    Weismuller, P. C., Willgerodt, M. A., McClanahan, R., & Helm-Remund, T. (2016). Sailing the “seven c’s” of leadership. NASN School Nurse, 31(1), 34-39.
    Abstract: Nurses are increasingly being called upon to lead changes within health care. How do nurses and, in particular, school nurses become leaders? School nurses lead daily in their work but often do not recognize themselves as leaders. The “Five... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016Sailing the “Seven C’s” of Leadership
  • School-Based Mindfulness Instruction: An RCT (2016)

    Sibinga, E. M., Webb, L., Ghazarian, S. R., & Ellen, J. M. (2016). School-Based Mindfulness Instruction: An RCT. Pediatrics, peds-2015.
    Background and objective: Many urban youth experiencesignificant and unremitting negative stressors, including those associated with community violence, multigenerational poverty, failing educational systems, substance use, limited avenues for success... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2016, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2016School-Based Mindfulness Instruction: An RCT
  • The Pursuit of Wisdom: A Chronological Inquiry of the World's Most Influential Seekers of Wisdom in the Fields of Theology, Philosophy, and Science (2016)

    Over the centuries we have been witness to transformational changes that have altered the way we think and live. The chapters in The Pursuit of Wisdom are dedicated to heroic individuals throughout history who have attempted to de-mystify the unknown... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    1/1/2016The Pursuit of Wisdom: A Chronological Inquiry of the World's Most Influential Seekers of Wisdom in the Fields of Theology, Philosophy, and Science
  • "Judicial Activism, State 'Neutrality' and their Effect on Religious Inquiry in Public Education in Canada — Part Two." (2015)

    Education Law Journal 25, 1-30.
    This two-part paper examines the extent to which judicial decisions have affected the propensity of teachers and students to engage in religious inquiry in Canadian public schools. I argue that the courts, primarily at the appellate level, have used the... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    12/1/2015"Judicial Activism, State 'Neutrality' and their Effect on Religious Inquiry in Public Education in Canada — Part Two."
  • “The Keepers of Stories” Personal Growth and Wisdom Among Oncology Nurses (2015)

    Vishnevsky, T., Quinlan, M. M., Limer, R. P., Cann, A., & Danhauser, S. C. (2015). “The Keepers of Stories” Personal Growth and Wisdom Among Oncology Nurses. Journal Holistic Nursing, 33 (4), 326-344.
    Abstract: This study examined whether oncology nurses experience personal growth and wisdom as a result of caring for patients. Using a grounded theory approach, 30 nurses were interviewed regarding their experiences caring for cancer patients. Every... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015“The Keepers of Stories” Personal Growth and Wisdom Among Oncology Nurses
  • CEKA: A Tool for Mining the Wisdom of Crowds (2015)

    Zhang, J., Sheng, V. S., Nicholson, B. A., & Wu, X. (2015). CEKA: A tool for mining the wisdom of crowds. Journal of Machine Learning Research, 16, 2853-2858.
    Abstract: CEKA is a software package for developers and researchers to mine the wisdom of crowds. It makes the entire knowledge discovery procedure much easier, including analyzing qualities of workers, simulating labeling behaviors, inferring true class... Read more>>
    Feb 02 2016, 12:32 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015CEKA: A Tool for Mining the Wisdom of Crowds
  • The Relationship among Subjective Health Status, Wisdom, and Self-care Agency in Korean Older Adults (2015)

    Yu, M., & Kim, H. J. (2015). The relationship among subjective health status, wisdom, and self-care agency in Korean older adults. Journal of Korean Academy of Community Health Nursing, 26(4), 355-363.
    Abstract: Purpose This study identified the relationships among subjective health status, wisdom, and self-care agency of Korean older adults. Methods The participants were 274 older adults from Daegu, aged over 65 years. Data were collected by visiting... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015The Relationship among Subjective Health Status, Wisdom, and Self-care Agency in Korean Older Adults
  • Can participatory communication be taught? Finding your inner phronēsis. (2015)

    Ramirez, R., Quarry, W., & Guerin, F. (2015). Can participatory communication be taught? Finding your inner phronēsis. Knowledge Management for Development Journal, 11(2)
    Abstract: This paper pulls together current lessons, and past mistakes, in building capacity in the art and science of participatory communication. The science is the easy part. It is straightforward and tangible. It can be taught in a classroom or through... Read more>>
    Jan 11 2016, 02:19 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015Can participatory communication be taught? Finding your inner phronēsis.
  • A Cross-Sectional Study of Wisdom: A Matter of Age and Gender (2015)

    Maroof, R., Khan, M. J. Z., Anwar, M., & Anwar, A. (2015). A cross-sectional study of wisdom: A matter of age and gender. FWU Journal of Social Sciences, 9(2), 63.
    Abstract: The current study was designed to explore the potential relationship of wisdom with age and gender. A sample of 400 individuals, representative of both genders (men= 185 & women= 215 with age range 17-50 years) was drawn from various educational... Read more>>
    Feb 15 2016, 03:54 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015A Cross-Sectional Study of Wisdom: A Matter of Age and Gender
  • Emotional Complexity: Clarifying Definitions and Cultural Correlates (2015)

    Grossmann, I., Huynh, A. C., & Ellsworth, P. C. (2015). Emotional complexity: Clarifying definitions and cultural correlates. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/pspp0000084
    Abstract: There is much debate about the notion of emotional complexity (EC). The debate concerns both the definition and the meaning of ostensible cultural differences in the construct. Some scholars have defined EC as the experience of positive and... Read more>>
    Jan 27 2016, 08:25 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015Emotional Complexity: Clarifying Definitions and Cultural Correlates
  • Teaching Virtues to Business Professionals (2015)

    Malloch, T. R. (2015). Teaching Virtues to Business Professionals. Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management, 1-10.
    Abstract: The focus of many professional and executive level programs is the promotion of a secular world ethic applied to managerial decision making, but this approach has proven insufficient to develop wise managers because it is disconnected from deep... Read more>>
    Jan 20 2016, 12:25 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015Teaching Virtues to Business Professionals
  • Virtue and the Law: Classical Perspectives (2015)

    Belliotti, R. A. (2015). Virtue and the law: Classical perspectives. Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management, 1-8.
    Abstract: Classical thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Aquinas, and Machiavelli developed a perspective that insisted that a primary function of law was to nurture the souls of citizens. Although these thinkers disagree somewhat as to what the... Read more>>
    Jan 20 2016, 12:31 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015Virtue and the Law: Classical Perspectives
  • Virtue Ethics in Knowledge Management (2015)

    Evans, N. (2015). Virtue ethics in knowledge management. Handbook of Virtue Ethics in Business and Management, 1-13.
    Abstract: Knowledge management can be used in an organization to achieve competitive advantage via knowledge creation, knowledge sharing, knowledge absorption, and higher quality information that enable rapid response to changes in the business environment... Read more>>
    Jan 20 2016, 12:38 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015Virtue Ethics in Knowledge Management
  • How to be wise: Dealing with the complexities of life (2015)

    Lindsley, J. (2015). How to be wise: Dealing with the complexities of life. North Charleston, SC: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
    Abstract: Wisdom can be understood as the ability to deal effectively with complex situations encountered in human affairs. In this book the focus is primarily on those that arise in everyday life. The major goal of the book is to show and teach readers... Read more>>
    Jan 19 2017, 04:19 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015How to be wise: Dealing with the complexities of life
  • Clinical Wisdom (2015)

    Valback, K. (2015). Clinical Wisdom. Group Analysis, 48(4), 515-534.
    Abstract: A diversity of cultural, economic and social factors influence our professional work as psychotherapists, and hardly anything we do with our patients is not dependent upon society’s political and moral choices. Moreover, what can be regarded... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015Clinical Wisdom
  • Clinical Wisdom -Discussion (2015)

    Ofer, G. (2015). Clinical wisdom:Discussion. Group Analysis, 48(4), 535-539.
    Excerpt: Kristian’s important article addresses the issues of knowledge and experience, and their importance to the therapeutic process (Valbak, 2015). He tells us a number of things about where he stands, and what he thinks regarding the issues of training... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015Clinical Wisdom -Discussion
  • Wise Ways of Seeing: Wisdom and Perspectives (2015)

    Walsh, R. (2015). Wise ways of seeing: Wisdom and perspectives. Integral Review, 11(2), 156-174.
    Abstract: The capacity for perspective taking is thought to be linked to psychological development and to wisdom. This article draws from psychological, contemplative, cross-cultural, and philosophical disciplines to create an inventory of perspectival... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2017, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2015Wise Ways of Seeing: Wisdom and Perspectives
  • Gender as a Moderator of the Relation Between Age Cohort and Three-Dimensional Wisdom in Iranian Culture (2015)

    Cheraghi, F., Kadivar, P., Ardelt, M., Asgari, A., & Farzad, V. (2015). Gender as a Moderator of the Relation Between Age Cohort and Three-Dimensional Wisdom in Iranian Culture. International Journal of Aging and Human Development, 0, 1-24.
    Abstract: This study examined whether gender moderated the association between age cohort and the cognitive, reflective, and compassionate dimensions of wisdom, using an Iranian sample of 439 adults from three age cohorts: young (18–34), middle-aged ... Read more>>
    Nov 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2015Gender as a Moderator of the Relation Between Age Cohort and Three-Dimensional Wisdom in Iranian Culture
  • Leveraging Mindsets to Promote Academic Achievement Policy Recommendations (2015)

    Rattan, A., Savani, K., Chugh, D., & Dweck, C. S. (2015). Leveraging mindsets to promote academic achievement policy recommendations. Perspectives on Psychological, 10 (6), 721-726.
    Abstract: The United States must improve its students’ educational achievement. Race, gender, and social class gaps persist, and, overall, U.S. students rank poorly among peers globally. Scientific research shows that students’ psychology—their “academic... Read more>>
    Dec 14 2015, 02:02 PM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2015Leveraging Mindsets to Promote Academic Achievement Policy Recommendations
  • From causal thinking to wisdom and spirituality: some perspectives on a growing research field in adult (cognitive) development (2015)

    Kallio, E. (2015). From causal thinking to wisdom and spirituality: some perspectives on a growing research field in adult (cognitive) development. Approaching Religion, 5(2), 27-41.
    Abstract This article concentrates on the latest international trends in the research on psychological development of adults, and especially on the development of cognition. The field of research has been very fragmented, and researchers have kept creating... Read more>>
    Nov 30 2015, 04:00 PM Type:Mine
    11/1/2015From causal thinking to wisdom and spirituality: some perspectives on a growing research field in adult (cognitive) development
  • The Role of Positive Self-Evaluation on Cross-Cultural Differences in Well-Being (2015)

    Kim, H., Schimmack, U., Cheng, C., Webster, G. D., & Spectre, A. (2015). The Role of Positive Self-Evaluation on Cross-Cultural Differences in Well-Being. Cross-Cultural Research, 1069397115617902.
    Abstract: Past studies have shown that North Americans have higher well-being compared with East Asians. Objective living conditions (e.g., wealth, education, personal and political freedom) have been found to substantially contribute to North Americans... Read more>>
    Jan 04 2016, 01:28 PM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2015The Role of Positive Self-Evaluation on Cross-Cultural Differences in Well-Being
  • The good, the bad, and the risky: Self-esteem, rewards and costs, and interpersonal risk regulation during relationship initiation (2015)

    Stinson, D.A., Cameron, J.J., & Robinson. K.J. (2015). The good, the bad, and the risky: Self-esteem, rewards and costs, and interpersonal risk regulation during relationship initiation. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 32 (8): 1109-1136.
    Abstract: Social risk interacts with self-esteem to predict relationship-initiation motivation and behavior. However, because socially risky situations afford both rewards and costs, it is unclear which affordance is responsible for these effects. Two... Read more>>
    Nov 09 2015, 12:17 PM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2015The good, the bad, and the risky: Self-esteem, rewards and costs, and interpersonal risk regulation during relationship initiation
  • On the Way to Phronesis: Delving into Stories of School Based Experiences of Pre-Service Teachers (2015)

    Beebeejaun-Roojee, S., & Congo-Poottaren, N. (2016). On the way to phronesis: Delving into stories of school based experiences of pre-service teachers. International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research, 13(4), 58-68.
    Abstract: There exists an on-going debate on the gap between the academic aspect of teacher education and the reality of school life. In response to this issue, many teacher training institutions propose on-job placement or ̳School Based Experience‘.... Read more>>
    Feb 02 2016, 12:55 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2015On the Way to Phronesis: Delving into Stories of School Based Experiences of Pre-Service Teachers
  • Occupational Health, Well-Being, and Aging (2015)

    Schmitt, A., & Bathen, M. (2015). Occupational Health, Well-Being, and Aging. Encyclyopedia of Geropsychology, 1-8.
    Excerpt: Health is not merely the absence of disease but a multidimensional construct, reflecting dimensions of physical, mental, and social well-being (Pinquart 2001). Frequently used objective indicators of physical health are, for instance, blood pressure... Read more>>
    Mar 08 2016, 06:40 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2015Occupational Health, Well-Being, and Aging
  • Work wisdom: Teaching former prisoners how to negotiate workplace interactions and perform a rehabilitated self (2015)

    Halushka, J. (2015). Work wisdom: Teaching former prisoners how to negotiate workplace interactions and perform a rehabilitated self. Ethnography, 1466138115609625.
    Abstract: Drawing on eight months of ethnographic fieldwork at a community-based prisoner reentry program, this article investigates how staff members attempt to cultivate former prisoners’ cultural capital to mitigate stigma and facilitate interactions... Read more>>
    Dec 21 2015, 03:40 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2015Work wisdom: Teaching former prisoners how to negotiate workplace interactions and perform a rehabilitated self
  • Hitchcock and the Anxiety of Authorship (2015)

    Abramson, L. H. (2015). Hitchcock & the Anxiety of Authorship. Palgrave Macmillan.
    Hitchcock and the Anxiety of Authorship examines issues of cinema authorship engaged by and dynamized within the director's films. A unique study of self-reflexivity in Hitchcock's work from his earliest English silents to his final Hollywood... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    9/1/2015Hitchcock and the Anxiety of Authorship
  • What Is the Impact of Online Training in Mind–Body Skills? (2015)

    Kemper, K.J., Lynn, J., & Mahan, J.D. (2015). What Is the Impact of Online Training in Mind–Body Skills? Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 20 (4): 275-282.
    Abstract: Background. Mind–body skills (MBS) training is popular, but in-person training can be inconvenient and costly. We assessed the impact of online MBS training on clinicians’ and trainees’ stress, mindfulness, and confidence in providing calm,... Read more>>
    Sep 07 2015, 09:37 PM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015What Is the Impact of Online Training in Mind–Body Skills?
  • Positive intergroup contact, negative intergroup contact, and threat as predictors of cognitive and affective dimensions of prejudice (2015)

    Aberson, C.L. (2015). Positive intergroup contact, negative intergroup contact, and threat as predictors of cognitive and affective dimensions of prejudice. Group Processes Intergroup Relations, 18 (6): 743-760.
    Abstract: Research on intergroup contact suggests that contact relates more strongly to affective than cognitive dimensions of prejudice. However, work on these forms of prejudice focuses primarily on positive contact experiences. One goal of this study... Read more>>
    Sep 23 2015, 11:10 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015Positive intergroup contact, negative intergroup contact, and threat as predictors of cognitive and affective dimensions of prejudice
  • Neuroenhancement: How mental training and meditation can promote epistemic virtue (2015)

    Fröding, B. & Osika, W. (2015). Neuroenhancement: How mental training and meditation can promote epistemic virtue. Springer International Publishing. DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-23517-2
    - Discusses the potential, and the positive effects, of regular meditation both from the perspective of the individual and the broader society suggesting that it could help promote a more ethical social climate - Offers a fresh take by connecting meditation... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015Neuroenhancement: How mental training and meditation can promote epistemic virtue
  • Poetic Ethics in Proverbs: Wisdom Literature and the Shaping of the Moral Self (2015)

    Stewart, A. W. (2015). Poetic ethics in proverbs. New york, NY: Cambridge University Press.
    Excerpt: From its opening words, the book of Proverbs presents itself as a manual of instruction for the sudent to acquire the neccessary discipline and virtues to follow the wise course (I:2-7). Proverns speaks in the language of character. It offers... Read more>>
    Sep 29 2016, 02:14 PM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015 Poetic Ethics in Proverbs: Wisdom Literature and the Shaping of the Moral Self
  • Spiritual intelligence: Developing higher consciousness revisited (2015)

    Sisk, D.A. (2015). Spiritual intelligence: Developing higher consciousness revisited. Gifted Education International: 0261429415602567
    Abstract: This article will share the intellectual journey E. Paul Torrance and I traveled in 2001, in which we explored psychology, science and ancient wisdom and traditions, including Native American and indigenous traditions, to establish a foundation... Read more>>
    Sep 08 2015, 09:31 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015Spiritual intelligence: Developing higher consciousness revisited
  • Secret wisdom: Spiritual intelligence in adolescents (2015)

    Kilcup, C. (2015). Secret wisdom: Spiritual intelligence in adolescents. Gifted Education International. doi: 10.1177/0261429415602587
    Abstract: Current models of spiritual development suggest that adolescents have limited capacity for spirituality and spiritual experiences. Adolescents are seen to have immature moral and ethical judgment and be incapable of deep spiritual experience... Read more>>
    Sep 18 2015, 10:49 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015Secret wisdom: Spiritual intelligence in adolescents
  • Dignity for the Enemy: A Practice for Reintegrating Combat Veterans Based on Ancient Wisdom (2015)

    Eigen, D.J. (2015). Dignity for the Enemy: A Practice for Reintegrating Combat Veterans Based on Ancient Wisdom. Journal of Humanistic Psychology. doi: 10.1177/0022167815604467
    By incorporating this powerful timeless wisdom, the practice’s goal of transforming the combat veteran’s perceived world of foes into friends becomes more likely. Abstract: There is an ongoing and obvious problem of reintegrating war veterans into family... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015Dignity for the Enemy: A Practice for Reintegrating Combat Veterans Based on Ancient Wisdom
  • Applying Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis to Comparative Benefit-Risk Assessment: Choosing among Statins in Primary Prevention (2015)

    Tervonen, T. et al. (2015). Applying Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis to Comparative Benefit-Risk Assessment: Choosing among Statins in Primary Prevention. Med Decis Making, 35 (7): 859-871.
    Abstract Decision makers in different health care settings need to weigh the benefits and harms of alternative treatment strategies. Such health care decisions include marketing authorization by regulatory agencies, practice guideline formulation by clinical... Read more>>
    Sep 18 2015, 11:05 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015Applying Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis to Comparative Benefit-Risk Assessment: Choosing among Statins in Primary Prevention
  • Social and emotional wellbeing, natural helpers, critical health literacy and translational research: Connecting the dots for positive health outcomes (2015)

    Drew, N. (2015). Social and emotional wellbeing, natural helpers, critical health literacy and translational research: Connecting the dots for positive health outcomes. Australas Psychiatry. Published online before print September 23, 2015, doi: 10.1177/1039856215604979
    Abstract: Objective: The tripartite framework for principled practice was developed as part of the Wundargoodie Aboriginal Youth and Community Wellbeing Programme. The programme engages natural helpers to enhance critical health literacy. This paper examines... Read more>>
    Sep 23 2015, 10:55 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015Social and emotional wellbeing, natural helpers, critical health literacy and translational research: Connecting the dots for positive health outcomes
  • Some extended psychological benefits of challenging social stereotypes: Decreased dehumanization and a reduced reliance on heuristic thinking (2015)

    Prati, F. et al. (2015). Some extended psychological benefits of challenging social stereotypes: Decreased dehumanization and a reduced reliance on heuristic thinking. Group Processes Intergroup Relations, 18 (6): 801-816.
    Abstract: One way to promote equality is to encourage people to generate counterstereotypic role models. In two experiments, we demonstrate that such interventions have much broader benefits than previously thought—reducing a reliance on heuristic thinking... Read more>>
    Sep 23 2015, 11:04 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015Some extended psychological benefits of challenging social stereotypes: Decreased dehumanization and a reduced reliance on heuristic thinking
  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in Advanced Nursing Practice A Nonpharmacologic Approach to Health Promotion, Chronic Disease Management, and Symptom Control (2015)

    Williams, H., Simmons, L.A., & Tanabe, P. (2015). Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in Advanced Nursing Practice A Nonpharmacologic Approach to Health Promotion, Chronic Disease Management, and Symptom Control. J Holist Nurs, 33 (3) :247-259.
    Abstract: The aim of this article is to discuss how advanced practice nurses (APNs) can incorporate mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) as a nonpharmacologic clinical tool in their practice. Over the last 30 years, patients and providers have increasingly... Read more>>
    Sep 07 2015, 07:48 PM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2015Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction in Advanced Nursing Practice A Nonpharmacologic Approach to Health Promotion, Chronic Disease Management, and Symptom Control
  • Praktische Weisheit als Leitbild eines integralen Verständnisses von moderner Führungs- und Entscheidungspraxis in der Wirtschaft (2015)

    Bachmann, C. (2015). Praktische Weisheit als Leitbild eines integralen Verständnisses von moderner Führungs- und Entscheidungspraxis in der Wirtschaft. Journal of Markets and Ethics 5, 76-100
    This article pursues the question whether and inasmuch the ancient idea of practical wisdom (prudence) might contribute to an integral understanding of modern management practice. For this purpose it derives a three dimensional model of practical wisdom... Read more>>
    Oct 22 2016, 12:57 PM Type:Mine
    9/1/2015Praktische Weisheit als Leitbild eines integralen Verständnisses von moderner Führungs- und Entscheidungspraxis in der Wirtschaft
  • Judicial Activism, State "Neutrality," and its Effects on the Religious Inquiry in Public Education throughout Canada (Part One) (2015)

    Education Law Journal 24, 135-164.
    This two-part paper examines the extent to which judicial decisions have affected the propensity of teachers and students to engage in religious inquiry in Canadian public schools. I argue that the courts, primarily at the appellate level, have used the... Read more>>
    Aug 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2015Judicial Activism, State "Neutrality," and its Effects on the Religious Inquiry in Public Education throughout Canada (Part One)
  • The Wisdom of Tacit Knowing-in-Action and Mission Command (2015)

    Moilanen, J.H. (2015). The Wisdom of Tacit Knowing-in-Action and Mission Command. Adult Learning, 26 (3): 101-108.
    Abstract Adult learners regularly confront complex and dynamic challenges in moments of crisis that require self-efficacy of intuition and immediate decision. Such “snap decision-making” requires highly developed critical thinking skills to effectively... Read more>>
    Oct 30 2015, 04:23 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2015The Wisdom of Tacit Knowing-in-Action and Mission Command
  • Integrative Medical Care Plus Mindfulness Training for Patients With Congestive Heart Failure: Proof of Concept (2015)

    Kemper, K.J., Carmin, C., Mehta, B., & Binkley, P. (2015). Integrative Medical Care Plus Mindfulness Training for Patients With Congestive Heart Failure: Proof of Concept. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine: 2156587215599470
    Abstract: Congestive heart failure (CHF) has a high rate of morbidity and mortality. It is often accompanied by other medical and psychosocial comorbidities that complicate treatment and adherence. We conducted a proof of concept pilot project to determine... Read more>>
    Sep 07 2015, 09:08 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2015Integrative Medical Care Plus Mindfulness Training for Patients With Congestive Heart Failure: Proof of Concept
  • The bias bias (2015)

    Brighton, H., & Gigerenzer, G. (2015). The bias bias. Journal of Business Research.
    Abstract: In marketing and finance, surprisingly simple models sometimes predict more accurately than more complex, sophisticated models. Here, we address the question of when and why simple models succeed — or fail — by framing the forecasting problem... Read more>>
    Dec 21 2015, 04:07 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2015The bias bias
  • Wisdom - the answer to all the questions really worth asking (2015)

    Fischer, A. (2015). Wisdom - the answer to all the questions really worth asking. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 5 (9), 73-83.
    Wisdom is an ancient concept with close conceptual relations to human goals, means and problem solving. However, in the recent scientific discourse there has been some confusion about the meaning of "wisdom". In this paper the most prominent... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2015Wisdom - the answer to all the questions really worth asking
  • B. F. Skinner: Gnostic Pneumopath or Educator Extraordinaire? (2015)

    Voegelinview. http://voegelinview.com/b-f-skinner-gnostic-pneumopath-or-educator-extraordinaire/
    This study pursues the questions, “What conception of human nature is presented in B. F. Skinner’s educational theory of behaviourism? Is this understanding of human nature adequate, and what are the implications of such an understanding?” The use of... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    7/1/2015B. F. Skinner: Gnostic Pneumopath or Educator Extraordinaire?
  • A Brief History of the Current Reemergence of Contemplative Education (2015)

    Morgan, P.F. (2015). A Brief History of the Current Reemergence of Contemplative Education. Journal of Transformative Education, 13 (3): 197-218.
    Abstract: This article explores the history of the current reemergence of a contemplative orientation in education. While referencing an ancient history, it primarily examines the history of contemporary contemplative education through three significant... Read more>>
    Sep 07 2015, 07:35 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2015A Brief History of the Current Reemergence of Contemplative Education
  • Development of a 12-Item Abbreviated Three-Dimensional Wisdom Scale (3D-WS-12) Item Selection and Psychometric Properties (2015)

    Thomas, M.L., Bangen, K.J., Ardelt, M., & Jeste, D.V. (2015). Development of a 12-Item Abbreviated Three-Dimensional Wisdom Scale (3D-WS-12) Item Selection and Psychometric Properties. Assessment, doi: 10.1177/1073191115595714
    Abstract: Wisdom has been reported to be associated with better mental health and quality of life among older adults. Over the past decades, there has been considerable growth in empirical research on wisdom, including the development of standardized... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2015Development of a 12-Item Abbreviated Three-Dimensional Wisdom Scale (3D-WS-12) Item Selection and Psychometric Properties
  • Empathy, Justice, and Moral Behavior (2015)

    Decety, J. & Cowell, J.M. (2015). Empathy, Justice, and Moral Behavior. AJOB Neuroscience, Special Issue: The Social Brain, 6 (3): 3-14.
    Abstract: Empathy shapes the landscape of our social lives. It motivates prosocial and caregiving behaviors, plays a role in inhibiting aggression, and facilitates cooperation between members of a similar social group. Thus, empathy is often conceived... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2015Empathy, Justice, and Moral Behavior
  • Masters of Uncertainty: Weather Forecasters and the Quest for Ground Truth (2015)

    http://www.press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/book/chicago/M/bo21386508.html
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    Jul 27 2016, 12:13 PM Type:Mine
    7/1/2015Masters of Uncertainty: Weather Forecasters and the Quest for Ground Truth
  • From Bricolage to Collage: The Making of Decisions at a Weather Forecast Office (2015)

    Daipha, Phaedra. 2015 "From Bricolage to Collage: The Making of Decisions at a Weather Forecast Office." Sociological Forum 30 (3): 787-808.
    This article elaborates the process of decision making in organizational environments characterized by disciplined improvisation. Building on an ethnography of forecasting operations at the National Weather Service, it introduces “collage” as a mediating... Read more>>
    Jul 27 2016, 12:19 PM Type:Mine
    7/1/2015From Bricolage to Collage: The Making of Decisions at a Weather Forecast Office
  • The Birth of Dionysian Education (out of the Spirit of Music)? Part Two (2015)

    Philosophy of Music Education Review. 23(1) 67-81
    Although much has been written about Nietzsche's views on education over the years, and much has also been written about Dionysus, the god of wine and ecstasy, very little attention has been given to the meaning of, and need for, a Dionysian education... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    6/1/2015The Birth of Dionysian Education (out of the Spirit of Music)? Part Two
  • Reacting to crises: The risk-averse nature of contemporary American public education (2015)

    Moran, P. (2015). Reacting to crises: The risk-averse nature of contemporary American public education. Policy Futures in Education, 13 (5): 621-638.
    Abstract: Over the past several decades, numerous arguments have been made advancing the notion that the failings of the public education system in the United States have placed the nation’s national security or economic prosperity at risk. This article... Read more>>
    Sep 04 2015, 12:14 PM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2015Reacting to crises: The risk-averse nature of contemporary American public education
  • Provoking aspiration: Risk-management through the cultivation of future selves in college recruitment (2015)

    Posecznick, A. (2015). Provoking aspiration: Risk-management through the cultivation of future selves in college recruitment. Policy Futures in Education, 13 (5): 639-661.
    Abstract: Drawing upon data from an ethnography of college admissions, I describe how the admissions’ personnel and faculty mobilize persuasive scripts that invite prospective students to reimagine themselves as subjects with a fluid set of aspirations... Read more>>
    Sep 04 2015, 12:31 PM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2015Provoking aspiration: Risk-management through the cultivation of future selves in college recruitment
  • What Is Wisdom? Cross-Cultural and Cross-Disciplinary Syntheses (2015)

    Walsh, R. (2015). What is wisdom? Cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary syntheses. Review of General Psychology, 19(3), 278.
    Abstract: This article explores the nature of wisdom using an integrative cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary approach by drawing on contemporary research as well as the philosophical and contemplative disciplines of both East and West. To do this the... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2015What Is Wisdom? Cross-Cultural and Cross-Disciplinary Syntheses
  • Ageing, Insight and Wisdom: Meaning and pratice across the lifecourse (2015)

    Edmondson, R. (2015). Ageing, Insight and Wisdom: Meaning and Practice Across the Lifecourse. Oxon, UK; University of Bristol Policy Press.
    Abstract: Taking a novel approach to aging, this book focuses on older people as makers of meaning and insight, highlighting the evolving values, priorities, and ways of communicating that make later life fascinating and rich. Ricca Edmondson explores... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2015Ageing, Insight and Wisdom: Meaning and pratice across the lifecourse
  • Can the World Acquire Wisdom? (2015)

    Philosophy Now, June/July
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    Apr 07 2016, 05:02 PM Type:Mine
    6/1/2015Can the World Acquire Wisdom?
  • What's Wrong with Science and Technology Studies? What Needs to Be Done to Put It Right?, (2015)

    Raffaelle Pisano, ed., A Bridge between Conceptual Frameworks: Sciences, Society and Technology Studies, Springer, Dordrecht, 2015, pp. vii-xxxvii. : http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1400296/
    After a sketch of the optimism and high aspirations of History and Philosophy of Science when I first joined the field in the mid 1960s, I go on to describe the disastrous impact of "the strong programme" and social constructivism in history... Read more>>
    Apr 07 2016, 05:11 PM Type:Mine
    6/1/2015What's Wrong with Science and Technology Studies? What Needs to Be Done to Put It Right?,
  • The Exposure Advantage: Early Exposure to a Multilingual Environment Promotes Effective Communication (2015)

    Fan, S.P., Liberman, Z., Keysar, B, & Kinzler, K.D. (2015). The Exposure Advantage: Early Exposure to a Multilingual Environment Promotes Effective Communication. Psychological Science May 8, 2015 0956797615574699
    Abstract: Early language exposure is essential to developing a formal language system, but may not be sufficient for communicating effectively. To understand a speaker’s intention, one must take the speaker’s perspective. Multilingual exposure may promote... Read more>>
    May 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2015The Exposure Advantage: Early Exposure to a Multilingual Environment Promotes Effective Communication
  • Focus on participation for children and youth with disabilities: Supporting therapy practice through a guided knowledge translation process (2015)

    Anaby, D., Korner-Bitensky, N., Law, M. & Cormier, I. (2015). Focus on participation for children and youth with disabilities: Supporting therapy practice through a guided knowledge translation process. British Journal of Occupational Therapy May 1, 2015 0308022614563942
    Abstract: Introduction Participation in community leisure occupations of children with disabilities is important, yet poorly integrated into practice. This knowledge translation strategy tested an intervention to increase clinicians' awareness and... Read more>>
    May 01 2015, 11:17 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2015Focus on participation for children and youth with disabilities: Supporting therapy practice through a guided knowledge translation process
  • On the Supposed Evidence for Libertarian Paternalism (2015)

    Gigerenzer, G. (2015). On the Supposed Evidence for Libertarian Paternalism. Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 1-23.
    Abstract: Can the general public learn to deal with risk and uncertainty, or do authorities need to steer people’s choices in the right direction? Libertarian paternalists argue that results from psychological research show that our reasoning is systematically... Read more>>
    Dec 21 2015, 03:58 PM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2015On the Supposed Evidence for Libertarian Paternalism
  • How Does a Competent Teacher Become a Good Teacher? On Judgement, Wisdom and Virtuosity in Teaching and Teacher Education (2015)

    Biesta, G.J.J. (2015). How does a competent teacher become a good teacher? On judgement, wisdom and virtuosity in teaching and teacher education. In R. Heilbronn & L. Foreman-­‐Peck (Eds), Philosophical perspectives on the future of teacher education (pp.3-­‐22). Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.
    Summary : The idea that teachers should be competent at what they do is difficult to contest. Perhaps this partly explains the popular appeal of competence-based approaches to teaching and teacher education, which, in recent decades, have spread rapidly... Read more>>
    May 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2015How Does a Competent Teacher Become a Good Teacher? On Judgement, Wisdom and Virtuosity in Teaching and Teacher Education
  • Unlocking the Quest for Artificial Wisdom as Integration of Artificial Intelligence with Desire (2015)

    www.sciencepublishinggroup.com/journal/paperinfo.aspx?journalid=181&doi=10.11648/j.sr.20150303.16
    ARTIFICIAL WISDOM Abstract Wisdom = Knowledge + Desire. Desire = Need - Knowledge of Self - Unbiased Reasoning. Wisdom is the process of dynamic correlations among knowledge quanta (KQ), and desire quanta to generate new knowledge, and desire quanta,... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    5/1/2015Unlocking the Quest for Artificial Wisdom as Integration of Artificial Intelligence with Desire
  • African American Undergraduate Students’ Wisdom and Ego-Identity Development: Effects of Age, Gender, Self-Esteem, and Resilience (2015)

    Bang, H. African American Undergraduate Students’ Wisdom and Ego-Identity Development: Effects of Age, Gender, Self-Esteem, and Resilience. Journal of Black Psychology, 41 (2): 95-120.
    Abstract: The present study provides valuable insight into African American youths’ ego-identity and wisdom development. The study examines the relationship between wisdom dimensions (cognitive, affective, and reflective) and ego-identity statuses (achievement... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2015African American Undergraduate Students’ Wisdom and Ego-Identity Development: Effects of Age, Gender, Self-Esteem, and Resilience
  • Simply Rational: Decision Making in the Real World (2015)

    Gigerenzer, G. (2015). Simply Rational: Decision Making in the Real World. Oxford University Press.
    Abstract : Statistical illiteracy can have an enormously negative impact on decision making. This book brings together applied and theoretical research on risks and decision making across the fields of medicine, psychology, and economics. Collectively... Read more>>
    Dec 21 2015, 03:49 PM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2015Simply Rational: Decision Making in the Real World
  • Emerging Adulthood, Evolving Worldviews: How Life Events Impact College Students’ Developing Belief Systems (2015)

    Gutierrez, I.A. & Park, C.L. (2015). Emerging adulthood, evolving worldviews: How life events impact college students’ developing belief systems. Emerging Adulthood, 3 (2): 85-97.
    Abstract: Worldviews—a person’s fundamental perspectives on social and metaphysical reality—relate to multiple aspects of psychological functioning and well-being. Theory on emerging adulthood contends that individuals between the ages of 18 and 29 explore... Read more>>
    Mar 11 2015, 10:06 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2015Emerging Adulthood, Evolving Worldviews: How Life Events Impact College Students’ Developing Belief Systems
  • Awareness, Integration and Interconnectedness Contemplative Practices of Higher Education Professionals (2015)

    Beer, L.E. et al. (2015). Awareness, integration and interconnectedness contemplative practices of higher education professionals. Journal of Transformative Education, 1541344615572850.
    Abstract: Contemplative practices support transformative learning processes but can be difficult to identify in a higher education environment. Advocates of contemplative approaches to education see this void as a concern: When topics like these are ignored... Read more>>
    Mar 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2015Awareness, Integration and Interconnectedness Contemplative Practices of Higher Education Professionals
  • Identifying attentional deployment tactics in older adults’ written narratives about emotionally upsetting events (2015)

    Devereux, P.G. et al. (2015). Identifying attentional deployment tactics in older adults’ written narratives about emotionally upsetting events. J Health Psychol March 16, 2015 1359105315573444
    Abstract: Essays about distressing events written by 58 older adults on three occasions (n = 174) were coded to identify how older adults responded when confronting an emotionally upsetting event. Participants limited the experience of negative emotion... Read more>>
    Mar 16 2015, 11:07 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2015Identifying attentional deployment tactics in older adults’ written narratives about emotionally upsetting events
  • Teaching for Wisdom in an Intergenerational High-School English Class (2015)

    DeMichelis, C., Ferrari, M., Rozin, T., & Stern, B. (2015). Teaching for wisdom in an intergenerational high-school-English class. Educational Gerontology, 41(8), 551-566.
    Abstract: Although the psychological benefits of intergenerational learning environments have been well documented, no study has yet investigated wisdom as an outcome of intergenerational classroom engagement. In this study, Elders between the age 60... Read more>>
    May 01 2016, 01:42 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2015Teaching for Wisdom in an Intergenerational High-School English Class
  • Perceptions of Successful Aging: Intergenerational Voices Value Well-Being (2015)

    Kelly, G.A. & Lazarus, J. (2015). Perceptions of Successful Aging: Intergenerational Voices Value Well-Being. Int J Aging Hum Dev, 80 (3): 233-247.
    Abstract: This study explored the perceptions of successful aging from intergenerational perspectives. A total of 66 participants were interviewed from three different generations including college students, parents, and grandparents. After qualitative... Read more>>
    Mar 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2015Perceptions of Successful Aging: Intergenerational Voices Value Well-Being
  • Acute Effects of Online Mind–Body Skills Training on Resilience, Mindfulness, and Empathy (2015)

    Kemper, K.J. & Khirallah, M. (2015). Acute Effects of Online Mind–Body Skills Training on Resilience, Mindfulness, and Empathy. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine March 17, 2015 2156587215575816
    Abstract: Background. Some studies have begun to show benefits of brief in-person mind–body skills training. We evaluated the effects of 1-hour online elective mind–body skills training for health professionals on mindfulness, resilience, and empathy... Read more>>
    Mar 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2015Acute Effects of Online Mind–Body Skills Training on Resilience, Mindfulness, and Empathy
  • Minds “At Attention”: Mindfulness Training Curbs Attentional Lapses in Military Cohorts (2015)

    Jha AP, Morrison AB, Dainer-Best J, Parker S, Rostrup N, Stanley EA (2015) Minds “At Attention”: Mindfulness Training Curbs Attentional Lapses in Military Cohorts. PLoS ONE 10(2): e0116889. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0116889
    Abstract: We investigated the impact of mindfulness training (MT) on attentional performance lapses associated with task-unrelated thought (i.e., mind wandering). Periods of persistent and intensive demands may compromise attention and increase off-task... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2015Minds “At Attention”: Mindfulness Training Curbs Attentional Lapses in Military Cohorts
  • Images of Aging: Outside and Inside Perspectives (2015)

    Staudinger, U.M. (2015). Images of Aging: Outside and Inside Perspectives. Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, 35(1): 187-209.
    Abstract: Chronological age is but one, and not the most accurate, indicator of human aging. Multiple outside (i.e., objective) and inside (i.e., subjective) perspectives on aging need to be considered to do justice to the multidimensionality of human... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2015Images of Aging: Outside and Inside Perspectives
  • Individual Differences in Facial Emotion Processing: Trait Emotional Intelligence, Cognitive Ability, or Transient Stress? (2015)

    Matthews, G. et al. (2015). Individual Differences in Facial Emotion Processing: Trait Emotional Intelligence, Cognitive Ability, or Transient Stress? Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 33 (1): 68-82.
    Abstract: This study tested whether trait emotional intelligence (TEI) measures of narrow bandwidth predict perception of facial emotion, using two tasks: identification of microexpressions of emotion and controlled visual search for target emotions.... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2015Individual Differences in Facial Emotion Processing: Trait Emotional Intelligence, Cognitive Ability, or Transient Stress?
  • The Emotional Self-Efficacy Scale: Adaptation and Validation for Young Adolescents (2015)

    Qualter, P. et al. (2015). The Emotional Self-Efficacy Scale: Adaptation and Validation for Young Adolescents. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 33 (1): 33-45.
    Abstract: Emotional self-efficacy (ESE) is an important aspect of emotional functioning, with current measures for children and adolescents focused on the measurement of self-beliefs in relation to the management of emotions. In the present study, we... Read more>>
    Jan 22 2015, 02:27 PM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2015The Emotional Self-Efficacy Scale: Adaptation and Validation for Young Adolescents
  • Self-Report Assessments of Emotional Competencies: A Critical Look at Methods and Meanings (2015)

    Keefer, K.V. (2015). Self-Report Assessments of Emotional Competencies: A Critical Look at Methods and Meanings Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 33 (1): 3-23.
    Abstract: This Special Issue of the Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment offers a critical appraisal of the validity, applied utility, and limitations of self-report assessments of emotional competencies. Using self-concept theory as an integrative... Read more>>
    Jan 22 2015, 02:31 PM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2015Self-Report Assessments of Emotional Competencies: A Critical Look at Methods and Meanings
  • The Rise of the Wisdom Worker (2015)

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-ht-ridinger-md/the-rise-of-the-wisdom-wo_b_6698482.html
    The Beginning of the Decline of the “Knowledge Worker” The term “knowledge worker” was first coined in 1959, and although definitions vary even to this day, it generally has come to mean those who think for a living and employ “knowledge as their capital... Read more>>
    Jun 22 2016, 01:21 PM Type:Mine
    2/1/2015The Rise of the Wisdom Worker
  • Promoting prosocial behavior and self-regulatory skills in preschool children through a mindfulness-based kindness curriculum (2015)

    Flook, L., Goldberg, S. B., Pinger, L., & Davidson, R. J. (2015). Promoting prosocial behavior and self-regulatory skills in preschool children through a mindfulness-based kindness curriculum. Developmental Psychology, 51(1), 44.
    Abstract: Self-regulatory abilities are robust predictors of important outcomes across the life span, yet they are rarely taught explicitly in school. Using a randomized controlled design, the present study investigated the effects of a 12-week mindfulness... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2015Promoting prosocial behavior and self-regulatory skills in preschool children through a mindfulness-based kindness curriculum
  • Moral Psychology: A Contemporary Introduction (2015)

    Tiberius, V. (2015). Moral Psychology: A Contemporary Introduction. New York, New York: Routledge.
    Summary: This is the first philosophy textbook in moral psychology, introducing students to a range of philosophical topics and debates such as: What is moral motivation? Do reasons for action always depend on desires? Is emotion or reason at the heart... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2015Moral Psychology: A Contemporary Introduction
  • Ethical Challenges in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences: Case Studies and Commentaries (2015)

    Sternberg, R. J., & Fiske, S. E. (Eds.) (2015). Ethical challenges in the behavioral and brain sciences: Case studies and commentaries. New York: Cambridge University Press.
    In recent years, a growing number of scientific careers have been brought down by scientists' failure to satisfactorily confront ethical challenges. Scientists need to learn early on what constitutes acceptable ethical behavior in their professions... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2015Ethical Challenges in the Behavioral and Brain Sciences: Case Studies and Commentaries
  • Why empathy has a beneficial impact on others in medicine: unifying theories (2015)

    Decety, J. & Fotopoulou, A. (2015). Why empathy has a beneficial impact on others in medicine: Unifying theories. Front. Behav. Neurosci. 8:457. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00457
    Abstract: The past decades have seen an explosion of studies on empathy in various academic domains including affective neuroscience, psychology, medicine, and economics. However, the volumes of research have almost exclusively focused on its evolutionary... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2015, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2015Why empathy has a beneficial impact on others in medicine: unifying theories
  • Non-judgemental Discourse in the Development of Critical Capacity for Language Teachers (2015)

    Edge, J. (2015). Non-judgemental Discourse in the Development of Critical Capacity for Language Teachers. RELC Journal. Published online before print January 16, 2015, doi: 10.1177/0033688214561622
    Abstract: A major structural problem in the teaching of English worldwide is to be found in the arthritic power relationships that continue to limit the continuing professional development of its practitioners. The acceptance of the superior status of... Read more>>
    Jan 16 2015, 10:52 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2015Non-judgemental Discourse in the Development of Critical Capacity for Language Teachers
  • Can Scientific Method Help Us Create a Wiser World? (2015)

    N. Dalal, A. Intezari & M. Heitz (eds.), Practical Wisdom in the Age of Technology: Insights, Issues and Questions for a New Millennium, available at http://philpapers.org/rec/MAXCSM
    Nicholas Maxwell (2015) Two great problems of learning confront humanity: (1) learning about the universe, and about ourselves as a part of the universe, and (2) learning how to make progress towards as good a world as possible. We solved the first problem... Read more>>
    Sep 30 2015, 06:00 PM Type:Mine
    1/1/2015Can Scientific Method Help Us Create a Wiser World?
  • Effects of a Classroom-Based Yoga Intervention on Cortisol and Behavior in Second- and Third-Grade Students: A Pilot Study (2015)

    Butzer et al. (2015). Effects of a Classroom-Based Yoga Intervention on Cortisol and Behavior in Second- and Third-Grade Students: A Pilot Study. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 20 (1): 41-49.
    Abstract: This uncontrolled pilot study examined the effects of a classroom-based yoga intervention on cortisol concentrations and perceived behavior in children. A 10-week Yoga 4 Classrooms intervention was implemented in one second-grade and one third... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2015Effects of a Classroom-Based Yoga Intervention on Cortisol and Behavior in Second- and Third-Grade Students: A Pilot Study
  • The Importance of Cultivating Mindfulness for Cognitive and Emotional Well-Being in Late Life (2015)

    Fiocco, A.J. & Mallya, S. (2015). The Importance of Cultivating Mindfulness for Cognitive and Emotional Well-Being in Late Life. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 20(1): 35-40.
    Abstract: The cultivation of mindfulness has received increasing attention over the past 2 decades because of its association with increased psychological well-being and reduced stress-related health disorders. Given the robust positive association between... Read more>>
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    1/1/2015The Importance of Cultivating Mindfulness for Cognitive and Emotional Well-Being in Late Life
  • How Humanity Might Avoid Devastation (2015)

    Ethical Record, vol. 120, no. 1, January, pp. 18-23.
    We face grave global problems. One might think universities are doing all they can to help solve these problems. But universities, in successfully pursuing scientific knowledge and technological know-how in a way that is dissociated from a more fundamental... Read more>>
    Apr 07 2016, 05:06 PM Type:Mine
    1/1/2015How Humanity Might Avoid Devastation
  • Wiser: Getting Beyond Groupthink to Make Groups Smarter (2014)

    Sunstein, C.R. & Hastie, R. (2015). Wiser: Getting Beyond Groupthink to Make Groups Smarter. Boston, MA: Harvard Business Review Press.
    Why are group decisions so hard? Since the beginning of human history, people have made decisions in groups—first in families and villages, and now as part of companies, governments, school boards, religious organizations, or any one of countless other... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2014Wiser: Getting Beyond Groupthink to Make Groups Smarter
  • Trait Mindfulness and Cognitive Task Performance: Examining the Attentional Construct of Mindfulness (2014)

    Quickel, E.J.W., Johnson, S.K., & David, Z.L. (2014). Trait Mindfulness and Cognitive Task Performance: Examining the Attentional Construct of Mindfulness. SAGE Open, DOI: 10.1177/2158244014560557
    Abstract: Mindfulness meditation (MM) training has been shown to have positive effects on working memory and focused attention tasks. Clarifying the construct of mindfulness is important so that mindfulness can be studied effectively in individual differences... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2014Trait Mindfulness and Cognitive Task Performance: Examining the Attentional Construct of Mindfulness
  • Sustainability, cognitive technologies and the digital semiosphere (2014)

    Bruni, L.E. (2014). Sustainability, cognitive technologies and the digital semiosphere. International Journal of Cultural Studies, (18 )1: 103-117.
    Abstract: The convergence of digital and multimodal cognitive technologies offers the possibility to interact in an ‘on-line’ cultural process mediated by new ways of representing our thoughts, emotions, ideas, beliefs, opinions and behaviours. Such technological... Read more>>
    Dec 15 2014, 11:01 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2014Sustainability, cognitive technologies and the digital semiosphere
  • How Critical Is Critical Thinking? (2014)

    Shaw, R.D. (2014). How Critical Is Critical Thinking? Music Educators Journal, 101 (2): 65-70.
    Abstract: Recent educational discourse is full of references to the value of critical thinking as a 21st-century skill. In music education, critical thinking has been discussed in relation to problem solving and music listening, and some researchers suggest... Read more>>
    Dec 07 2014, 11:39 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2014How Critical Is Critical Thinking?
  • Leadership development: A place for storytelling and Greek mythology? (2014)

    Schedlitzki, D., Jarvis, C., MacInnes, J. (2014). Leadership development: A place for storytelling and Greek mythology? Management Learning. 1350507614560303
    Abstract: This article explores how storytelling and Greek mythology within classroom-based leadership development may facilitate learning to deal with ambiguity and social construction in leadership practice. We aim to show how using narratives and making... Read more>>
    Dec 07 2014, 11:48 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2014Leadership development: A place for storytelling and Greek mythology?
  • Turnaround, Transformational, or Transactional Leadership: An Ethical Dilemma in School Reform (2014)

    Mette, I.M & Scribner, J.P. (2014). Turnaround, Transformational, or Transactional Leadership: An Ethical Dilemma in School Reform. Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership, 17 (4): 3-18.
    Abstract: This case was written for school leaders, specifically building-level principals and central office administrators attempting to implement school turnaround reform efforts. Often, leaders who embark on this type of organizational change work... Read more>>
    Nov 07 2014, 09:34 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2014Turnaround, Transformational, or Transactional Leadership: An Ethical Dilemma in School Reform
  • On the High School Education of a Pithecanthropus Erectus (2014)

    The High School Journal, Volume 98, Number 1, Fall 2014, pp. 5-21
    This article examines our modern ways of schooling youth in light of philosophic and personal narrative accounts of "the Dionysian" aspect -- a term the author uses to understand his own experiences and aspirations as a high school English teacher... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014On the High School Education of a Pithecanthropus Erectus
  • Transformational leadership related to school climate: A multi-level analysis (2014)

    McCarley, T.A., Peters, M.L., & Decman, J.M. (2014). Transformational leadership related to school climate: A multi-level analysis. Educational Management Administration Leadership. 1741143214549966.
    Abstract: Across the nation, quality leadership and positive school climate are critical to the success of every principal, student, and school. As a result, this study examined the relationship between teacher perceptions of the degree to which a principal... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014Transformational leadership related to school climate: A multi-level analysis
  • The moderating and mediating roles of self-acceptance and tolerance to others in the relationship between mindfulness and subjective well-being (2014)

    Wei Xu, Tian PS Oei, Xinghua Liu, Xiaoming Wang, & Chen Ding. (2014). The moderating and mediating roles of self-acceptance and tolerance to others in the relationship between mindfulness and subjective well-being. J Health Psychol November 13, 2014 1359105314555170
    Abstract: This study explored the moderating and mediating influences of self-acceptance and tolerance to others in the relationship between mindfulness and subjective well-being. In total, 301 (130 males) university students completed the Five-Facet... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014The moderating and mediating roles of self-acceptance and tolerance to others in the relationship between mindfulness and subjective well-being
  • Teachers’ perceptions of the utilization of emotional competence by their school leaders in Gauteng South Africa (2014)

    Grobler, B. (2014). Teachers’ perceptions of the utilization of emotional competence by their school leaders in Gauteng South Africa. Educational Management Administration Leadership, 42 (6): 868-888.
    Abstract: Attempts to improve poor academic performance in South African public schools resulted in the Schooling 2025 mandate, which stipulated the academic standards that learners needed to achieve by 2014. As school leaders must do this through their... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014Teachers’ perceptions of the utilization of emotional competence by their school leaders in Gauteng South Africa
  • How to Make a Grateful Child? Reflection on Gratitude Campaigns in China in Recent Years (2014)

    Li, S. (2014). How to Make a Grateful Child? Reflection on Gratitude Campaigns in China in Recent Years. Sage Open. DOI: 10.1177/2158244014559017
    Abstract: Only-child generations in China are widely perceived as self-centered and lacking a grateful heart. Edward Gibbon says that gratitude may sometimes be costly. This article argues that family responsibility education with a focus on a sense of... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014How to Make a Grateful Child? Reflection on Gratitude Campaigns in China in Recent Years
  • Action research in a problem avoiding culture using a Buddhist systems methodology (2014)

    Chen, C-Y. & Midgley, G. (2014). Action research in a problem avoiding culture using a Buddhist systems methodology. Action Research, 1476750314558428.
    Abstract: Problem avoidance can be an issue in both Eastern and Western cultures, and in some Eastern contexts it can stem from the desire to promote organizational harmony: identifying problems can lead to blame, thereby fracturing harmonious relationships... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014Action research in a problem avoiding culture using a Buddhist systems methodology
  • Transformative Learning Through Conceptual Metaphors: Simile, Metaphor, and Analogy as Levers for Learning (2014)

    Hoggan, C. (2014). Transformative Learning Through Conceptual Metaphors: Simile, Metaphor, and Analogy as Levers for Learning. Adult Learning, 25 (4): 134-141.
    Abstract: This article presents findings from a research study wherein participants demonstrated the use of similes, metaphors, and analogies, termed conceptual metaphors, in response to disorienting dilemmas instigated by *** cancer. In this qualitative... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014Transformative Learning Through Conceptual Metaphors: Simile, Metaphor, and Analogy as Levers for Learning
  • Blind forces Ethical infrastructures and moral disengagement in organizations (2014)

    Martin, S.R., Kish-Gephart, J.J., & Detert, J.R. (2014). Blind forces Ethical infrastructures and moral disengagement in organizations. Organizational Psychology Review, 4 (4): 295-325.
    Abstract: This review integrates research regarding organizations’ ethical infrastructure and moral disengagement to illustrate the complicated relationship between these constructs. We argue that employee perceptions of strong ethical infrastructures... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014Blind forces Ethical infrastructures and moral disengagement in organizations
  • The many faces of emotional contagion An affective process theory of affective linkage (2014)

    Elfenbein, H.A. (2014). The many faces of emotional contagion An affective process theory of affective linkage. Organizational Psychology Review, 4 (4): 326-362.
    Abstract: Emotional contagion—emotions being linked across people—has captured psychologists’ attention yet little is known about its mechanisms. Early influential treatments focused on primitive mimicry. Later accounts emphasized (a) social comparison... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014The many faces of emotional contagion An affective process theory of affective linkage
  • A Cross-Cultural Examination of Self-Leadership: Testing for Measurement Invariance Across Four Cultures (2014)

    Houghton, J.D., Carnes, A. & Ellison, C.N. (2014). A Cross-Cultural Examination of Self-Leadership: Testing for Measurement Invariance Across Four Cultures. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, 21 (4): 414-430.
    Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine the cross-cultural validity of self-leadership by confirming a second-order factor structure and testing for measurement invariance in the operationalization of the self-leadership construct across four... Read more>>
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    11/1/2014A Cross-Cultural Examination of Self-Leadership: Testing for Measurement Invariance Across Four Cultures
  • Going Green in Public Organizations: Linking Organizational Commitment and Public Service Motives to Public Employees’ Workplace Eco-Initiatives (2014)

    Stritch, J.M. & Christensen, R.K. (2014). Going Green in Public Organizations: Linking Organizational Commitment and Public Service Motives to Public Employees’ Workplace Eco-Initiatives. he American Review of Public Administration, October 6, 2014 0275074014552470.
    Abstract: Public servants are expected to be good stewards of resources, including the energy and environmental resources consumed in a public organization’s day-to-day operations. Many government organizations have enacted policies to mitigate the environmental... Read more>>
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    10/1/2014Going Green in Public Organizations: Linking Organizational Commitment and Public Service Motives to Public Employees’ Workplace Eco-Initiatives
  • Paths from Trauma to Intrapersonal Strength: Worldview, Posttraumatic Growth, and Wisdom (2014)

    Webster, J.D. & Deng, X.C. (2014). Paths from trauma to intrapersonal strength: Worldview, posttraumatic growth, and wisdom. Journal of Loss and Trauma: International Perspectives on Stress & Coping, DOI: 10.1080/15325024.2014.932207
    Abstract: Both posttraumatic growth and wisdom have been linked with traumatic life events as predictors and various mental health factors as outcomes. One hundred thirty males and 190 females wrote brief trauma narratives and completed measures of worldview... Read more>>
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    10/1/2014Paths from Trauma to Intrapersonal Strength: Worldview, Posttraumatic Growth, and Wisdom
  • Learning Networks and the Practice of Wisdom (2014)

    Marshall, N. & Simpson, B. (2014). Learning Networks and the Practice of Wisdom. Journal of Management Inquiry, 23(4): 421-432.
    Abstract: Learning networks offer a context and methodology for business managers to learn from each other’s experience. However, the extent to which these networks can facilitate and support wise action remains an open question. In this article, we adopt... Read more>>
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    10/1/2014Learning Networks and the Practice of Wisdom
  • Agonistic Moderation Administrating With the Wisdom of Sophrosyne (2014)

    Stanisevski, D. (2014). Agonistic Moderation Administrating With the Wisdom of Sophrosyne. Administration & Society, 0095399714553730
    Abstract: The article argues that despite frequent debates about the excesses of government, public administration lacks a systematic theoretical examination of the concept of moderation. To that end, the article first questions the ancient Hellenic wisdom... Read more>>
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    10/1/2014Agonistic Moderation Administrating With the Wisdom of Sophrosyne
  • From the West to the East Validating Servant Leadership in the Chinese Public Sector (2014)

    Liu, B., Hu1, W. & Cheng, Y. (2014). From the West to the East Validating Servant Leadership in the Chinese Public Sector. Public Personnel Management October 29, 2014 0091026014555995
    Abstract: This study examined the generalizability of servant leadership constructs observed in Western society to China. Using a sample of 659 Chinese public employees, we observed the servant leadership in China, but the generalizability of the construct... Read more>>
    Nov 02 2014, 12:43 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2014From the West to the East Validating Servant Leadership in the Chinese Public Sector
  • A social neuroscience perspective on clinical empathy (2014)

    Decety, J., Smith, K.E., Norman, G.J., & Halpern, J. (2014). A social neuroscience perspective on clinical empathy. World Psychiatry. 13 (3): 233–237.
    Excerpt: Clinical empathy is an important element of quality health care. Empathic communication is associated with improved patient satisfaction, increased adherence to treatment, and fewer malpractice complaints [1]. Patients' perceptions of their... Read more>>
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    10/1/2014A social neuroscience perspective on clinical empathy
  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms: Building Acceptance and Decreasing Shame (2014)

    Goldsmith, R.E. et al. (2014). Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms: Building Acceptance and Decreasing Shame. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 19 (4), 227-234.
    Abstract: Mindfulness-based psychotherapies are associated with reductions in depression and anxiety. However, few studies address whether mindfulness-based approaches may benefit individuals with posttraumatic stress symptoms. The current pilot study... Read more>>
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    10/1/2014Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction for Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms: Building Acceptance and Decreasing Shame
  • Global Philosophy: What Philosophy Ought to Be (2014)

    Imprint Academic
    Global Philosophy: Preface Learning, Global Problems and Play These essays are about education, learning, rational inquiry, philosophy, science studies, problem solving, academic inquiry, global problems, wisdom and, above all, the urgent need for an... Read more>>
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    10/1/2014Global Philosophy: What Philosophy Ought to Be
  • Can practical wisdom be taught in business schools? An inquiry-based learning approach for management education (2014)

    Bachmann, C. (2014). Can practical wisdom be taught in business schools? An inquiry-based learning approach for management education. In P. Blessinger & J. M. Carfora (Hrsg.), Inquiry-Based Learning for the Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences: A Conceptual and Practical Resource for Educators, (277-302). Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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    10/1/2014Can practical wisdom be taught in business schools? An inquiry-based learning approach for management education
  • Texting behind the Wheel and Beyond: A Look at Problematic Habits (2014)

    Schroeder, B.L. & Sims, V.K. (2014). Texting behind the Wheel and Beyond: A Look at Problematic Habits. Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, 58 (1): 1376-1380.
    Abstract: Texting while driving is a dangerous behavior that is heavily researched. However, there are other problematic texting habits that are less well-researched. A study was performed to examine other potentially problematic texting behaviors in... Read more>>
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    9/1/2014Texting behind the Wheel and Beyond: A Look at Problematic Habits
  • Positive Psychology and Physical Health Research and Applications (2014)

    Park, N., Peterson, C., Szvarca, D., Vander Molen, R.J., Kim, E.S., & Collon, K. (2014). Positive Psychology and Physical Health Research and Applications, AMERICAN JOURNAL OF LIFESTYLE MEDICINE, September 26, 2014 1559827614550277
    Abstract: Positive psychology is the scientific study of a healthy and flourishing life. The goal of positive psychology is to complement and extend the traditional problem-focused psychology that has proliferated in recent decades. Positive psychology... Read more>>
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    9/1/2014Positive Psychology and Physical Health Research and Applications
  • The Upside of Your Dark Side: Why Being Your Whole Self--Not Just Your "Good" Self--Drives Success and Fulfillment (2014)

    Kashdan, T. & Biswas-Diener. (2014). The Upside of Your Dark Side: Why Being Your Whole Self--Not Just Your "Good" Self--Drives Success and Fulfillment. Hudson Street Press: New York, NY.
    In The Upside of Your Dark Side , two pioneering researchers in the field of psychology show that while mindfulness, kindness, and positivity can take us far, they cannot take us all the way. Sometimes, they can even hold us back. Emotions such as anger... Read more>>
    Dec 17 2014, 11:29 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2014The Upside of Your Dark Side: Why Being Your Whole Self--Not Just Your "Good" Self--Drives Success and Fulfillment
  • Building Wisdom and Character (2014)

    Sternberg, R. J. (2014). Building wisdom and character. In S. J. Lynn, W. O’Donohue, & S. Lilienfeld (Eds.), Health, happiness, and well-being: Better living through psychological science (pp. 296-316). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
    Health, Happiness, and Well-Being by authors Steven Jay Lynn, William T. O’Donohue, and Scott O. Lilienfeld provides the essential tools for becoming a knowledgeable consumer of information on behavioral health. Packed with examples drawn from the media... Read more>>
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    9/1/2014Building Wisdom and Character
  • Wisdom, management and organization (2014)

    Nonaka, I., Chia, R., Holt, R., & Peltokorpi, V. (2014). Wisdom, management and organization. Management Learning, 45 (4), 365-376.
    Excerpt: From knowledge to wisdom Where is the wisdom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in information? (Eliot (2001), The Four Quartets) Wisdom has enjoyed an inverted history; while it seemed to have been pre-eminent in... Read more>>
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    9/1/2014Wisdom, management and organization
  • Emotional outcomes of regulation strategies used during personal music listening: A mobile experience sampling study (2014)

    Randall, W.M. & Rickard, N.S. (2014). Emotional outcomes of regulation strategies used during personal music listening: A mobile experience sampling study. Musicae Scientiae, 18 (3), 275-291.
    Abstract: Music is frequently used to support emotional health and well-being, with emotion regulation the most commonly reported mechanism. Music-based emotion regulation has not yet been extensively investigated within the broader emotion regulation... Read more>>
    Aug 20 2014, 05:43 PM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2014Emotional outcomes of regulation strategies used during personal music listening: A mobile experience sampling study
  • Shamanic Daughters, Three-Minute Records, and “Deaducation” in Schools (2014)

    Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education. DOI: 10.1007/s10780-014-9217-3.
    This article examines the meaning of transformative education by inviting readers to consider the relationship between shamanism, shamanic experience, teaching, and education. Where academic literature on this topic most commonly points to the similarities... Read more>>
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    8/1/2014Shamanic Daughters, Three-Minute Records, and “Deaducation” in Schools
  • Prescribing conduct: Enactments of talk or thought in advice-giving sequences (2014)

    Sandlund, E. (2014). Prescribing conduct: Enactments of talk or thought in advice-giving sequences. Discourse Studies, 16(5), 645-666.
    Abstract: In everyday interaction, people recurrently animate, enact, or report on talk or thought (Clift and Holt, 2007). In this article, enactments of hypothetical, non-narrative talk in advice-relevant sequences are examined, with a focus on their... Read more>>
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    8/1/2014Prescribing conduct: Enactments of talk or thought in advice-giving sequences
  • Emotion regulation strategy mediates both positive and negative relationships between music uses and well-being (2014)

    Chin, T.C. & Rickard, N.S. (2014). Emotion regulation strategy mediates both positive and negative relationships between music uses and well-being. Psychology of Music, 42 (5), 692-713.
    Abstract: The mediating effects of emotion regulation (reappraisal and suppression) were examined in the relationship between music engagement and well-being. Emotion regulation strategies (Emotion Regulation Questionnaire; Gross & John, 2003) and... Read more>>
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    8/1/2014Emotion regulation strategy mediates both positive and negative relationships between music uses and well-being
  • Developing wisdom in a business school? Critical reflections on pedagogical practice (2014)

    Statler, M. (2014). Developing wisdom in a business school? Critical reflections on pedagogical practice. Management Learning Management Learning, 45 (4), 397-417.
    Abstract: This essay considers the question of whether, and if so, how wisdom may be developed in a business school. It begins with a critical exegesis of a passage from the recent Carnegie report Rethinking Undergraduate Business Education: Liberal Learning... Read more>>
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    8/1/2014Developing wisdom in a business school? Critical reflections on pedagogical practice
  • Exploring the practical wisdom of mētis for management learning (2014)

    Mackay, D., Zundel, M., & Alkirwi, M. (2014). Exploring the practical wisdom of mētis for management learning. Management Learning, 45 (4), 418-436.
    Abstract: This article investigates the nature of practical wisdom in organizational life through the notion of mētis, which we interpret as situated resourcefulness. Drawing on Greek mythology, we explore the nature of mētis and discuss its mythological... Read more>>
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    8/1/2014Exploring the practical wisdom of mētis for management learning
  • Specific Mindfulness Skills Differentially Predict Creative Performance (2014)

    Baas, M., Nevicka, B., & Ten Velden, F.S. (2014). Specific Mindfulness Skills Differentially Predict Creative Performance. Pers Soc Psychol Bull, 40(9), 1092-1106.
    Abstract: Past work has linked mindfulness to improved emotion regulation, interpersonal skills, and basic cognitive abilities, but is unclear about the relation between mindfulness and creativity. Studies examining effects of mindfulness on factors pertinent... Read more>>
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    8/1/2014Specific Mindfulness Skills Differentially Predict Creative Performance
  • Trait and State Authenticity Across Cultures (2014)

    Slabu, L., Lenton, A.P., Sedikides, C. & Bruder, M. (2014). Trait and State Authenticity Across Cultures. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, October 2014, 45(9), 1347-1373.
    Abstract: We examined the role of culture in both trait and state authenticity, asking whether the search for and experience of the “true self” is a uniquely Western phenomenon or is relevant cross-culturally. We tested participants from the United States... Read more>>
    Aug 28 2014, 01:38 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2014Trait and State Authenticity Across Cultures
  • The Effects of Mindfulness-Based Intervention on Children’s Attention Regulation (2014)

    Felver, J.C., Tipsord, J.M., Morris, M.J. Racer, K.H., & Dishion, T.J. (2014). The Effects of Mindfulness-Based Intervention on Children’s Attention Regulation. Journal of Attention Disorders August 29, 2014 1087054714548032.
    Abstract: Objective: This article describes results from a randomized clinical trial of a mindfulness-based intervention for parents and children, Mindful Family Stress Reduction, on a behavioral measure of attention in youths, the Attention Network Task... Read more>>
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    8/1/2014The Effects of Mindfulness-Based Intervention on Children’s Attention Regulation
  • Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction as a Stress Management Intervention for Healthy Individuals: A Systematic Review (2014)

    Sharma, M. & Rush, S.E. (2014). Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction as a Stress Management Intervention for Healthy Individuals: A Systematic Review. Journal of Evidence-Based Complementary & Alternative Medicine, 2156587214543143.
    Abstract: Stress is a global public health problem with several negative health consequences, including anxiety, depression, cardiovascular disease, and suicide. Mindfulness-based stress reduction offers an effective way of reducing stress by combining... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction as a Stress Management Intervention for Healthy Individuals: A Systematic Review
  • The greatest magic of Harry Potter: Reducing prejudice (2014)

    Vezzali, L., Stathi, S., Giovannini, D., Capozza, D. and Trifiletti, E. (2014). The greatest magic of Harry Potter: Reducing prejudice. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. doi: 10.1111/jasp.12279
    Abstract: Recent research shows that extended contact via story reading is a powerful strategy to improve out-group attitudes. We conducted three studies to test whether extended contact through reading the popular best-selling books of Harry Potter improves... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014The greatest magic of Harry Potter: Reducing prejudice
  • Evaluation of Physicians’ Cognitive Styles (2014)

    Djulbegovic, B. et al. (2014). Evaluation of Physicians’ Cognitive Styles. Med Decis Making, 34 (5), 627-637.
    Abstract: Background . Patient outcomes critically depend on accuracy of physicians’ judgment, yet little is known about individual differences in cognitive styles that underlie physicians’ judgments. The objective of this study was to assess physicians... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2014Evaluation of Physicians’ Cognitive Styles
  • The Virtues of Happiness (2014)

    Bloomfield, P. (2014). The Virtues of Happiness. Oxford University Press.
    As children, we learn life is unfair: bad things happen to good people and good things happen to bad people. So, it is natural to ask, "Why play fairly in an unfair world? If being immoral will get you what you want and you know you can't get... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014The Virtues of Happiness
  • Seeking Wholeheartedness in Education: Power, Hegemony, and Transformation (2014)

    Duenkel, N. Pratt, J. & Sullivan, J. (2014). Seeking Wholeheartedness in Education: Power, Hegemony, and Transformation. Journal of Transformative Education, 12 (3): 266-291.
    Abstract: This article describes a Cooperative Inquiry (CI) undertaken by seven transformative educators who set out to explore how they could better walk with the authority inherent in their professional roles so as to avoid unconsciously replicating... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014Seeking Wholeheartedness in Education: Power, Hegemony, and Transformation
  • Faith and Wisdom in Science (2014)

    McLeish, T. (2014). Faith and Wisdom in Science. Oxford University Press.
    "Can you Count the Clouds?" asks the voice of God from the whirlwind in the stunningly beautiful catalogue of nature -- questions from the Old Testament Book of Job. Tom McLeish takes a scientist's reading of this ancient text as a centrepiece... Read more>>
    Aug 03 2014, 02:51 PM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2014Faith and Wisdom in Science
  • The role of the principal’s emotional intelligence in primary education leadership (2014)

    Brinia, V., Zimianiti, L. & Panagiotopoulos, K. (2014). The role of the principal’s emotional intelligence in primary education leadership. Educational Management Administration Leadership July 2014 vol. 42 no. 4 suppl 28-44.
    Abstract: The development of emotional intelligence skills offers sufficient leadership qualities for advancing the organization and for achieving its objectives. In particular, the emotionally intelligent leader–principal is able to inspire and facilitate... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014The role of the principal’s emotional intelligence in primary education leadership
  • The Complex Relation Between Morality and Empathy (2014)

    Decety, J. & Cowell, J.M. (2014). The complex relation between morality and empathy. Trends in Cognitive Scienecs, 18 (7), 337–339.
    Morality and empathy are fundamental components of human nature across cultures. However, the wealth of empirical findings from developmental, behavioral, and social neuroscience demonstrates a complex relation between morality and empathy. At times,... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014The Complex Relation Between Morality and Empathy
  • Performing phronesis: On the way to engaged judgment (2014)

    Shotter, J. & Tsoukas, H. (2014). Performing phronesis: On the way to engaged judgment. Management Learning July 9, 2014 1350507614541196
    Abstract: Practical wisdom and judgment, rather than seen as ‘things’ hidden inside the mind, are best talked of, we suggest, as emerging developmentally within an unceasing flow of activities, in which practitioners are inextricably immersed. Following... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014Performing phronesis: On the way to engaged judgment
  • The relationship between different facets of empathy, pain perception and compassion fatigue among physicians (2014)

    Gleichgerrcht, E. & Decety, J. (2014). The relationship between different facets of empathy, pain perception and compassion fatigue among physicians. Front. Behav. Neurosci., 11 July 2014 | doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2014.00243
    Background: Medical practitioners such as physicians are continuously exposed to the suffering and the distress of patients. Understanding the way pain perception relates to empathetic dispositions and professional quality of life can contribute to the... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014The relationship between different facets of empathy, pain perception and compassion fatigue among physicians
  • Advancing emotionally intelligent justice within public life and popular culture (2014)

    Flynn, N. (2014). Advancing emotionally intelligent justice within public life and popular culture. Theoretical Criminology August 2014 vol. 18 no. 3 354-370.
    Abstract: Based on the understanding that traditional forms of justice are characterized by ‘affective authoritarianism’, Lawrence W Sherman has argued that a new system of emotionally intelligent justice is needed to nurture the expression of positive... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014Advancing emotionally intelligent justice within public life and popular culture
  • The role of Reflection of Difficult life Experiences on Wisdom (2014)

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    The goal of this research was to find out the role of reflection of difficult life experience towards wisdom attainment. It consisted of four stages, by using questionnaires and interviews. The questionnaires used were Wise Person Characteristic, Wisdom... Read more>>
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    7/1/2014The role of Reflection of Difficult life Experiences on Wisdom
  • Risk savvy: How to make good decisions. (2014)

    Gigerenzer, G. (2014). Risk savvy: How to make good decisions. New York: Penguin.
    Excerpt: An eye-opening look at the ways we misjudge risk every day and a guide to making better decisions with our money, health, and personal lives In the age of Big Data we often believe that our predictions about the future are better than ever before... Read more>>
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    6/1/2014 Risk savvy: How to make good decisions.
  • Validation of a Chinese Version of the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire in Hong Kong and Development of a Short Form (2014)

    Hou, J. et al. (2014). Validation of a Chinese Version of the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire in Hong Kong and Development of a Short Form. Assessment, 21( 3), 363-371.
    Abstract: Mindfulness-based interventions are increasingly being used in various populations to improve well-being and reduce psychological afflictions. However, there is lack of a validated mindfulness measurement in the Chinese language. This study... Read more>>
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    6/1/2014Validation of a Chinese Version of the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire in Hong Kong and Development of a Short Form
  • The neuroevolution of empathy and caring for others: Why it matters for morality. (2014)

    Decety, J. (2014). The neuroevolution of empathy and caring for others: Why it matters for morality. In J. Decety and Y. Christen (Eds). New Frontiers in Social Neuroscience (pp. 127-151). New York: Springer.
    Traditionally, neuroscience has considered the nervous system as an isolated entity and largely ignored influences of the social environments in which humans and many animal species live. In fact, we now recognize the considerable impact of social structures... Read more>>
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    6/1/2014The neuroevolution of empathy and caring for others: Why it matters for morality.
  • Knowing and Not Knowing – What is Possible? (2014)

    Knowing and Not Knowing – What is Possible? ‘Human thinking can only imagine reality, just as a portrait represents a person. And as a portrait is not “the person” it represents, likewise any theory is not “the reality” it describes. We then must humbly... Read more>>
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    6/1/2014Knowing and Not Knowing – What is Possible?
  • Enlightenment: Psychological Transformation and Transcendence (2014)

    Enlightenment: Psychological Transformation and Transcendence “We all agree that the subjective world is a mental construction that emerges from interaction between ‘actuality’ and fashion it into a subjective psychic reality.” Daniel N. Stern M.D. Recently... Read more>>
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    6/1/2014Enlightenment: Psychological Transformation and Transcendence
  • "The Birth of Dionysian Education (out of the Spirit of Music)? Part One" (2014)

    Philosophy of Music Education Review, 22(1): 38-60. DOI: 10.2979/philmusieducrevi.22.1.38
    Although much has been written about Nietzsche's views on education over the years, and much has also been written about Dionysus, the god of wine and ecstasy, very little attention has been given to the meaning of, and need for, a Dionysian education... Read more>>
    May 21 2014, 06:13 PM Type:Mine
    5/1/2014"The Birth of Dionysian Education (out of the Spirit of Music)? Part One"
  • The Pursuit of Wisdom and Happiness in Education: Historical Sources and Contemplative Practices (2014)

    Albany: SUNY Press
    Explores the nature and role of wisdom in education. Modern scholarship has struggled to come to terms with the meaning of wisdom and its significance in the field of education. This book examines the importance of pursuing wisdom in schools by turning... Read more>>
    May 21 2014, 07:41 AM Type:Mine
    5/1/2014The Pursuit of Wisdom and Happiness in Education: Historical Sources and Contemplative Practices
  • Time to flourish: the relationship of temporal perspective to well-being and wisdom across adulthood (2014)

    Webster, J.D., Bohlmeijer, E.T., & Westerhof, G.J. (2014). Time to flourish: the relationship of temporal perspective to well-being and wisdom across adulthood. Aging & Mental Health, DOI: 10.1080/13607863.2014.908458
    Objectives: Despite the centrality of time to the aging process, the well-being consequences of different temporal orientations for optimal aging are poorly understood. We investigate one underexamined area of temporal orientation, namely a balanced time... Read more>>
    May 12 2014, 08:33 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2014Time to flourish: the relationship of temporal perspective to well-being and wisdom across adulthood
  • Practicing Medicine and Ethics: Integrating Wisdom, Conscience, and Goals of Care (2014)

    Kaldjian, L.C. (2014). Practicing Medicine and Ethics: Integrating Wisdom, Conscience, and Goals of Care. Cambridge University Press: New York, NY.
    To practice medicine and ethics, physicians need wisdom and integrity to integrate scientific knowledge, patient preferences, their own moral commitments, and society's expectations. This work of integration requires a physician to pursue certain... Read more>>
    Jul 18 2014, 09:58 AM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2014Practicing Medicine and Ethics: Integrating Wisdom, Conscience, and Goals of Care
  • Actuality and Reality in the Buddha's Teachings (2014)

    Actuality and Reality in the Buddha's Teachings I was surfing the net and came across an image of two sign posts, each pointing in an opposite direction; one direction pointed to Reality and the other, Truth. This demarcation was surprising because... Read more>>
    May 15 2014, 10:21 AM Type:Mine
    5/1/2014Actuality and Reality in the Buddha's Teachings
  • Wisdom and decision making: Grounding theory in management practice (2014)

    Intezari, A. (2013). Wisdom and decision making: Grounding theory in management practice. Unpublished/undergoing doctoral dissertation, Massey University.
    Wisdom has been an important subject in philosophy for ages, and numerous books and articles have been written about it. Although it is originally rooted in philosophy, other scientific fields such as psychology and management have also examined wisdom... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    5/1/2014Wisdom and decision making: Grounding theory in management practice
  • Phronesis and moral education: Treading beyond the truisms (2014)

    Kristjánsson, K. (2014). Phronesis and moral education: Treading beyond the truisms. Theory and Research in Education 2014, Vol. 12(2) 151 –171.
    Abstract: Whereas most latter-day Aristotelian approaches to moral education highlight the early habituation phase of moral development, they rarely have much to say, beyond truisms from the Nicomachean ethics , about the ultimate Aristotelian goal of... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2014Phronesis and moral education: Treading beyond the truisms
  • Exploring Solomon’s Paradox: Self- Distancing Eliminates the Self-Other Asymmetry in Wise Reasoning About Close Relationships in Younger and Older Adults (2014)

    Grossmann, I., & Kross, E. (2014). Exploring "Solomon's paradox": Self-distancing eliminates the self-other asymmetry in wise reasoning about close relations in younger and older adults. Psychological Science, 1-10.
    Abtract: Are people wiser when reflecting on other people’s problems compared with their own? If so, does self-distancing eliminate this asymmetry in wise reasoning? In three experiments (N = 693), participants displayed wiser reasoning (i.e., recognizing... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2014Exploring Solomon’s Paradox: Self- Distancing Eliminates the Self-Other Asymmetry in Wise Reasoning About Close Relationships in Younger and Older Adults
  • Wisdom and/or Dementia: Is This the Choice American Society Is Mired In? (2014)

    Gullette, M.M. (2014). Wisdom and/or Dementia: Is This the Choice American Society Is Mired In? Interpretation April 2014 vol. 68 no. 2 122-135.
    Abstract: Using the socially-constructed binary between wisdom and cognitive impairment as its case study, this essay tries to break this binary, first by describing and contextualizing the situation of the author’s mother in her 90s. Dangers to American... Read more>>
    Mar 24 2014, 08:56 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2014Wisdom and/or Dementia: Is This the Choice American Society Is Mired In?
  • Book Review: Subhash Sharma, Wisdom & Consciousness from the East: Life, Living & Leadership (2014)

    Bhattacharya, S. & Bhattacharya, S. (2014). Book Review: Subhash Sharma, Wisdom & Consciousness from the East: Life, Living & Leadership. Journal of Human Values 2014 20: 113.
    Book Review: Subhash Sharma, Wisdom & Consciousness from the East: Life, Living & Leadership, 2013, Bangalore: IBA Publications, pp. 212, ` 320, ISBN 978-81-920996-3-7. Excerpt: This book is an attempt by the author to spread the wisdom and consciousness... Read more>>
    Mar 24 2014, 09:08 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2014Book Review: Subhash Sharma, Wisdom & Consciousness from the East: Life, Living & Leadership
  • Cross-National and Religious Relationships with Posttraumatic Growth: The Role of Individual Differences and Perceptions of the Triggering Event (2014)

    Taku, K. & Cann, A. (2014). Cross-National and Religious Relationships with Posttraumatic Growth: The Role of Individual Differences and Perceptions of the Triggering Event. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 54(2) :203-226.
    Abstract: Posttraumatic growth (PTG)—positive changes experienced as a result of psychological struggle with highly challenging life circumstances—generally correlates with greater religiosity and optimism, and often shows gender and cross-national differences... Read more>>
    Feb 03 2015, 06:30 PM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2014Cross-National and Religious Relationships with Posttraumatic Growth: The Role of Individual Differences and Perceptions of the Triggering Event
  • Your Morals Depend on Language (2014)

    Costa A, Foucart A, Hayakawa S, Aparici M, Apesteguia J, et al. (2014) Your Morals Depend on Language. PLoS ONE 9(4): e94842. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0094842
    Abstract: Should you sacrifice one man to save five? Whatever your answer, it should not depend on whether you were asked the question in your native language or a foreign tongue so long as you understood the problem. And yet here we report evidence that... Read more>>
    May 02 2014, 05:57 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2014Your Morals Depend on Language
  • Individual and Societal Wisdom: Explaining the Paradox of Human Aging and High Well-Being (2014)

    Jeste, D.V. & Oswald, A.J. (2014). Individual and Societal Wisdom: Explaining the Paradox of Human Aging and High Well-Being.Psychiatry. 2014 Mar 26. [Epub ahead of print]
    Abstract: Objective: Although human aging is characterized by loss of fertility and progressive decline in physical abilities, later life is associated with better psychological health and well-being. Furthermore, there has been an unprecedented increase... Read more>>
    Apr 14 2014, 01:15 PM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2014Individual and Societal Wisdom: Explaining the Paradox of Human Aging and High Well-Being
  • Damage to Insula Abolishes Cognitive Distortions during Simulated Gambling (2014)

    Clark, L., Studer, B., Bruss, J., Tranel, D., & Bechara, A. (2014). Damage to insula abolishes cognitive distortions during simulated gambling. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111(16):6098-103. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1322295111.
    Abstract: Gambling is a naturalistic example of risky decision-making. During gambling, players typically display an array of cognitive biases that create a distorted expectancy of winning. This study investigated brain regions underpinning gambling-related... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    4/1/2014Damage to Insula Abolishes Cognitive Distortions during Simulated Gambling
  • Transformation through Buddha Wisdom (2014)

    Transformation and happiness through 'Buddha Wisdom' This blog I wrote for another forum but wanted to add it here. My weekend retreat began similar to others I had attended at the Buddhadharma Center, in a pleasant suburban setting about 30 miles... Read more>>
    Apr 16 2014, 07:09 PM Type:Mine
    4/1/2014Transformation through Buddha Wisdom
  • "On the Need for Dionysian Education in Schools Today" (2014)

    Educational Theory, 64(2) 123-141.
    Although much has been written about Nietzsche's views on education over the years, and much has also been written about Dionysus, god of wine and ecstasy, very little attention has been given to the meaning of, and need for, Dionysian education.... Read more>>
    Apr 01 2014, 01:00 AM Type:Mine
    3/1/2014"On the Need for Dionysian Education in Schools Today"
  • Stories that Count: Influence of News Narratives on Issue Attitudes (2014)

    Shen, F., Ahern, L. & Baker, M. (2014). Stories that Count: Influence of News Narratives on Issue Attitudes. Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly March 2014 vol. 91 no. 1 98-117.
    Abstract: This paper examines the impact of using narratives to frame a political issue on individuals’ attitudes. In an experiment, we asked participants to read either narrative or informational news articles that emphasized the potential economic benefits... Read more>>
    Feb 19 2014, 08:11 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2014Stories that Count: Influence of News Narratives on Issue Attitudes
  • The older, the wiser? Profiles of string instrument teachers with different experience according to their conceptions of teaching, learning, and evaluation (2014)

    López-Íñiguez, G., Pozo, J.I., & de Dios, M.J. (2014). The older, the wiser? Profiles of string instrument teachers with different experience according to their conceptions of teaching, learning, and evaluation. Psychology of Music March 2014 vol. 42 no. 2 157-176.
    Abstract: Recent research on music teaching and the curricula proposed in different countries increasingly insists on moving towards teaching centered on managing students’ mental processes according to the constructivist approach. However, studies on... Read more>>
    Mar 04 2014, 04:32 PM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2014The older, the wiser? Profiles of string instrument teachers with different experience according to their conceptions of teaching, learning, and evaluation
  • Religious Involvement, Practical Wisdom, and Self-Rated Health (2014)

    Krause, N. & Hayward, R.D. (2014). Religious Involvement, Practical Wisdom, and Self-Rated Health. J Aging Health March 11, 2014 0898264314524437.
    Abstract: Objectives: The purpose of this study is to see if the social life in religious institutions is associated with practical wisdom and if practical wisdom is, in turn, associated with better health. Method: Interviews were conducted with a nationwide... Read more>>
    Mar 24 2014, 09:17 AM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2014Religious Involvement, Practical Wisdom, and Self-Rated Health
  • The Good, the Bad, and the Just: Justice Sensitivity Predicts Neural Response during Moral Evaluation of Actions Performed by Others (2014)

    Yoder, K. J., & Decety, J. (2014). The good, the bad, and the just: Justice sensitivity predicts neural response during moral evaluation of actions performed by others. The Journal of Neuroscience, 34(12), 4161-4166.
    Abstract: Morality is a fundamental component of human cultures and has been defined as prescriptive norms regarding how people should treat one another, including concepts such as justice, fairness, and rights. Using fMRI, the current study examined... Read more>>
    Aug 04 2014, 03:33 PM Type:NotMine
    3/1/2014The Good, the Bad, and the Just: Justice Sensitivity Predicts Neural Response during Moral Evaluation of Actions Performed by Others
  • The Biological Origin of “Self” (2014)

    blogs.it rodger-r-ricketts
    "Everything should be as simple as it can be but not simpler!” ~ Albert Einstein The Biological Origin of “Self” In my book, The Buddha’s Teachings: Seeing Without Illusion, I explore the Buddha’s concept of Anatta, or no-self. I show that the Buddha... Read more>>
    Mar 28 2014, 05:15 PM Type:Mine
    3/1/2014The Biological Origin of “Self”
  • Management wisdom in perspective: Are you virtuous enough to succeed in volatile times? (2014)

    Intezari, A., & Pauleen D. J. (2014). Management wisdom in perspective: Are you virtuous enough to succeed in volatile times? Journal of Business Ethics, 120(3), 393-404.
    This paper presents findings from a grounded research project investigating the question, what is the relationship between wisdom and management decision making? In one of the first empirical studies investigating wisdom and management, thirty-seven New... Read more>>
    Mar 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    3/1/2014Management wisdom in perspective: Are you virtuous enough to succeed in volatile times?
  • The New Science of Wise Psychological Interventions (2014)

    Walton, G.M. (2014). The New Science of Wise Psychological Interventions. Current Directions in Psychological Science February 2014 vol. 23 no. 1 73-82.
    Abstract: Citizens complete a survey the day before a major election; a change in the survey items’ grammatical structure increases turnout by 11 percentage points. People answer a single question; their romantic relationships improve over several weeks... Read more>>
    Feb 19 2014, 12:58 PM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2014The New Science of Wise Psychological Interventions
  • Strengthening practical wisdom : Mental health workers’ learning and development (2014)

    Kristin Ådnøy Eriksen, Hellen Dahl, Bengt Karlsson, and Maria Arman. (2014). Strengthening practical wisdom : Mental health workers’ learning and development. Nurs Ethics February 4, 2014 0969733013518446
    Abstract: Background : Practical wisdom, understood as knowing how to be or act in any present situation with clients, is believed to be an essential part of the knowledge needed to be a professional mental health worker. Exploring processes of adapting... Read more>>
    Feb 05 2014, 09:09 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2014Strengthening practical wisdom : Mental health workers’ learning and development
  • Debiasing the Mind Through Meditation: Mindfulness and the Sunk-Cost Bias (2014)

    Hafenbrack, A.C., Kinias, Z., Barsade, S.G. (2014). Debiasing the Mind Through Meditation: Mindfulness and the Sunk-Cost Bias. Psychological Science February 2014 vol. 25 no. 2 369-376.
    Abstract: In the research reported here, we investigated the debiasing effect of mindfulness meditation on the sunk-cost bias. We conducted four studies (one correlational and three experimental); the results suggest that increased mindfulness reduces... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2014Debiasing the Mind Through Meditation: Mindfulness and the Sunk-Cost Bias
  • What Promotes Wisdom in 12-Step Recovery? (2014)

    DiGangi, J.A., et al. (2014). What Promotes Wisdom in 12-Step Recovery?Journal of Groups in Addiction & Recovery Volume 9, Issue 1, 2014
    Abstract: Research investigations on 12-step groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) have addressed a number of resources associated with 12-step recovery. However, little is known about the role of wisdom and whether aspects... Read more>>
    May 05 2014, 08:30 AM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2014What Promotes Wisdom in 12-Step Recovery?
  • Vicarious Resilience: A Multilayered Model of Stress and Trauma (2014)

    Pack, M. (2014). Vicarious Resilience: A Multilayered Model of Stress and Trauma. Affilia, 29 (1):18-29.
    Abstract: The original framework used by McCann and Pearlman, 1990 was reviewed for relevance by 22 counsellors registered as trauma therapists in New Zealand. As predicted by the vicarious traumatization theory, the counsellors who were interviewed were... Read more>>
    Feb 03 2015, 05:38 PM Type:NotMine
    2/1/2014Vicarious Resilience: A Multilayered Model of Stress and Trauma
  • The Voice of Wisdom: New Insights on Social Impressions of Aging Voices (2014)

    Montepare, J.M., Kempler, D., & McLaughlin-Volpe, T. (2014). The Voice of Wisdom: New Insights on Social Impressions of Aging Voices. Journal of Language and Social Psychology January 8, 2014 0261927X13519080.
    Abstract: To understand better how age-related physical qualities affect age stereotyping, this research investigated the social judgments young adult listeners make when they hear the voices of younger, middle-aged, and older adult speakers. Ninety-six... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2014The Voice of Wisdom: New Insights on Social Impressions of Aging Voices
  • Examining workplace mindfulness and its relations to job performance and turnover intention (2014)

    Dane, E. & Brummel, B.J. (2014). Examining workplace mindfulness and its relations to job performance and turnover intention. Human Relations January 2014 vol. 67 no. 1 105-128.
    Abstract: In recent years, research on mindfulness has burgeoned across several lines of scholarship. Nevertheless, very little empirical research has investigated mindfulness from a workplace perspective. In the study reported here, we address this oversight... Read more>>
    Mar 05 2014, 02:30 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2014Examining workplace mindfulness and its relations to job performance and turnover intention
  • Far-Out Thinking: Generating Solutions to Distant Analogies Promotes Relational Thinking (2014)

    Vendetti, M.S., Wu, A. & Holyoak, K.J. (2014). Far-Out Thinking: Generating Solutions to Distant Analogies Promotes Relational Thinking. Psychological Science January 24, 2014 0956797613518079
    Abstract: Is it possible to induce a mind-set that will affect relational thinking in a subsequent reasoning task involving unrelated materials? We investigated whether evaluating the validity of verbal analogies (Experiment 1a) or generating solutions... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2014Far-Out Thinking: Generating Solutions to Distant Analogies Promotes Relational Thinking
  • Developmental Reversals in Risky Decision Making: Intelligence Agents Show Larger Decision Biases Than College Students (2014)

    Reyna, V. et al. (2014). Developmental Reversals in Risky Decision Making: Intelligence Agents Show Larger Decision Biases Than College Students. Psychological Science January 2014 vol. 25 no. 1 76-84.
    Abstract: Intelligence agents make risky decisions routinely, with serious consequences for national security. Although common sense and most theories imply that experienced intelligence professionals should be less prone to irrational inconsistencies... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2014Developmental Reversals in Risky Decision Making: Intelligence Agents Show Larger Decision Biases Than College Students
  • "Katabasis in the Setting of Plato's Symposium Revisited" (Parts 1 to 3) (2014)

    Anamnesis: A Journal for the Study of Tradition, Place, and Things Divine. http://anamnesisjournal.com/2014/01/katabasis-setting-platos-symposium-revisited-part-1/
    This article revisits a strand of Plato scholarship on the nature of wisdom's pursuit that began ten years ago. In the original 2004 article by this author, attention was drawn to how "descent" or katabasis imagery is replete throughout... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2014, 01:00 AM Type:Mine
    1/1/2014"Katabasis in the Setting of Plato's Symposium Revisited" (Parts 1 to 3)
  • Meditation Research, Past, Present, and Future: Perspectives from the Nalanda contemplative science tradition (2014)

    Loizzo, J. (2014), Meditation research, past, present, and future: perspectives from the Nalanda contemplative science tradition. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1307: 43–54. doi: 10.1111/nyas.12273
    Abstract: This article offers an overview of meditation research: its history, recent developments, and future directions. As the number and scope of studies grow, the field has converged with cognitive and affective neuroscience, and spawned many clinical... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2014Meditation Research, Past, Present, and Future: Perspectives from the Nalanda contemplative science tradition
  • Mindfulness-Based Relationship Education For Couples Expecting Their First Child—Part 1: A Randomized Mixed-Methods Program Evaluation (2014)

    Gambrel L.E. & Piercy F.P. (2014). Mindfulness-based relationship education for couples expecting their first child—part 1: A randomized mixed-methods program evaluation. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, doi: 10.1111/jmft.12066
    Abstract: This article is Part 1 of a two-part series, in which we report on our evaluation of a mindfulness-based relationship enhancement program for couples who are expecting their first child. In this mixed-methods randomized clinical trial, we assigned... Read more>>
    Jan 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2014Mindfulness-Based Relationship Education For Couples Expecting Their First Child—Part 1: A Randomized Mixed-Methods Program Evaluation
  • Mindfulness-Based Relationship Education for Couples Expecting their First Child—Part 2: Phenomenological Findings (2014)

    Gambrel, L.E. & Piercy, F.P. (2014). Mindfulness-Based Relationship Education for Couples Expecting their First Child—Part 2: Phenomenological Findings. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, doi: 10.1111/jmft.12065
    Abstract: This phenomenological study is the second phase of a larger mixed methods study of a relationship-enhancement program for couples expecting their first child (see Gambrel & Piercy, this issue). The 4-week Mindful Transition to Parenthood... Read more>>
    Nov 05 2014, 10:48 PM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2014Mindfulness-Based Relationship Education for Couples Expecting their First Child—Part 2: Phenomenological Findings
  • “Gratitude Is With Me All the Time”: How Gratitude Relates to Wisdom (2014)

    König, S. & Glück, J. (2013). “Gratitude Is With Me All the Time”: How Gratitude Relates to Wisdom. J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci. doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbt123 First published online: December 10, 2013.
    Abstract: Objectives. This study investigated the relationship of gratitude to wisdom. Both constructs are conceptually related to self-reflectivity, but they differ in their emphasis on extrapersonal resources. Previous wisdom research has focused mainly... Read more>>
    Jan 13 2014, 08:41 AM Type:NotMine
    1/1/2014“Gratitude Is With Me All the Time”: How Gratitude Relates to Wisdom
  • Positive psychology on character strengths and virtues. A disquieting suggestion (2014)

    New Ideas in Psychology, 33, 21-34.
    By Konrad Banicki. The Values in Action (VIA) classification of character strengths and virtues has been recently proposed by two leading positive psychologists, Christopher Peterson and Martin Seligman as “the social science equivalent of virtue ethics... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    1/1/2014Positive psychology on character strengths and virtues. A disquieting suggestion
  • What IS Mindfulness? A Perspective that the Buddha Taught. (2014)

    http://rodger-r-ricketts.blogs.it/2014/02/23/what-is-mindfulness-a-perspective-as-taught-by-the-buddha-17809430/
    There is confusion among professionals about the meaning and application of the practise of Mindfulness. This 'blog' explores that topic and comes to the conclusion that the Buddha meant Sati or Mindfulness to mean a function similar to what is... Read more>>
    Feb 01 2014, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    1/1/2014What IS Mindfulness? A Perspective that the Buddha Taught.
  • Correlates and Changes in Empathy and Attitudes Toward Interprofessional Collaboration in Osteopathic Medical Students (2013)

    This article published in the JAOA in December 2013 examines the concept of Empathy in Osteopathic Medical Education. This research done with Dr. Leonard Calabrese at the Cleveland Clinic and Dr. Mohammadreza Hojat at Jefferson Medical College was performed... Read more>>
    Dec 12 2013, 01:17 PM Type:Mine
    12/1/2013Correlates and Changes in Empathy and Attitudes Toward Interprofessional Collaboration in Osteopathic Medical Students
  • Frederick Law Olmsted, Green Infrastructure, and the Evolving City (2013)

    Eisenman, T. S. (2013). Frederick Law Olmsted, Green Infrastructure, and the Evolving City. Journal of Planning History November 2013 vol. 12 no. 4 287-311
    Abstract: Over the past decade, green infrastructure has emerged as a subject of significant interest in city and regional planning; yet, this discussion is not entirely new. Significant elements can be traced to the work of Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr... Read more>>
    Dec 03 2013, 02:28 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2013Frederick Law Olmsted, Green Infrastructure, and the Evolving City
  • How is Creativity Best Managed? Some Empirical and Theoretical Guidelines (2013)

    Epstein, R., Kaminaka, K., Phan, V., & Uda, R. (2013). How is Creativity Best Managed? Some Empirical and Theoretical Guidelines.Creativity and Innovation Management. Volume 22, Issue 4, pages 359–374.
    Abstract: In an Internet-based study with an ethnically-diverse sample of 1,337 managers from 19 countries (mainly the US and Canada), eight managerial competencies that elicit creativity in subordinates were ranked according to how well they predicted... Read more>>
    Dec 07 2013, 04:38 PM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2013How is Creativity Best Managed? Some Empirical and Theoretical Guidelines
  • Developing Creativity, Motivation, and Self-actualization with Learning Systems (2013)

    Burleson, W. (2005). Developing creativity, motivation, and self-actualization with learning systems. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies Volume 63, Issues 4–5, October 2005, Pages 436–451.
    Abstract: Developing learning experiences that facilitate self-actualization and creativity is among the most important goals of our society in preparation for the future. To facilitate deep understanding of a new concept, to facilitate learning, learners... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2013Developing Creativity, Motivation, and Self-actualization with Learning Systems
  • Defining and Assessing Wisdom: A Review of the Literature (2013)

    Bangen KJ, Meeks TW, & Jeste DV. (2013). Defining and Assessing Wisdom: A Review of the Literature. The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry. DOI: 10.1016/j.jagp.2012.11.020
    Abstract: With increasing longevity and a growing focus on successful aging, there has been a recent growth of research designed to operationalize and assess wisdom. We aimed to (1) investigate the degree of overlap among empirical definitions of wisdom... Read more>>
    Nov 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2013Defining and Assessing Wisdom: A Review of the Literature
  • Sonia Sotomayor: Role Model of Empathy and Purposeful Ambition (2013)

    Lee, Rebecca K., Sonia Sotomayor: Role Model of Empathy and Purposeful Ambition (December 6, 2013). Minnesota Law Review Headnotes, Vol. 98, p. 73, 2013; Thomas Jefferson School of Law Research Paper No. 2460601.
    Abstract: This book review essay discusses U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's 2013 memoir, My Beloved World . In her memoir, Justice Sotomayor expressly acknowledges that she is a public role model and embraces this responsibility by making... Read more>>
    Dec 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    12/1/2013Sonia Sotomayor: Role Model of Empathy and Purposeful Ambition
  • How Universities Can Help Create a Wiser World: The Urgent Need for an Academic Revolution (2013)

    Imprint Academic, Exeter, UK.
    Scientific knowledge and technological know-how have unquestionably brought great benefits to humanity. But they have also made possible – even caused – our current global crises, above all the impending crisis of global warming. In this book, I argue... Read more>>
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    12/1/2013How Universities Can Help Create a Wiser World: The Urgent Need for an Academic Revolution
  • Encouraging Servant Leadership (2013)

    Parris, D.L. & Peachey, J.W. (2013). Encouraging servant leadership: A qualitative study of how a cause-related sporting event inspires participants to serve. Leadership November 2013 vol. 9 no. 4 486-512.
    Abstract: A longitudinal, qualitative case study was conducted to explore if a cause-related sporting event could inspire participants to serve others and how the event achieved this. Servant leadership theory, social leverage theory, and social capital... Read more>>
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    11/1/2013Encouraging Servant Leadership
  • Predicting Final Course Performance From Students’ Written Self-Introductions A LIWC Analysis (2013)

    Robinson, R.L., Navea, R., & Ickes, W. (2013). Predicting Final Course Performance From Students’ Written Self-Introductions A LIWC Analysis. Journal of Language and Social Psychology December 2013 vol. 32 no. 4 469-479.
    Abstract: Using a sample of 363 participants, we tested whether differences in the use of linguistic categories in written self-introductions at the start of the semester predicted final course performance at the end of the semester. The results supported... Read more>>
    Nov 08 2013, 09:12 AM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2013Predicting Final Course Performance From Students’ Written Self-Introductions A LIWC Analysis
  • Music and Emotion — A Composer's Perspective (2013)

    Douek, J. (2013). Music and emotion—a composer's perspective. Front Syst Neurosci. 2013; 7: 82.
    Abstract: This article takes an experiential and anecdotal look at the daily lives and work of film composers as creators of music. It endeavors to work backwards from what practitioners of the art and craft of music do instinctively or unconsciously... Read more>>
    Nov 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2013Music and Emotion — A Composer's Perspective
  • Getting into the Musical Zone: Trait Emotional Intelligence and Amount of Practice Predict Flow in Pianists (2013)

    Marin, M.M. & Bhattacharya, J. (2013). Getting into the musical zone: trait emotional intelligence and amount of practice predict flow in pianists. Front. Psychol., 22 November 2013 | doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00853
    Abstract: Being “in flow” or “in the zone” is defined as an extremely focused state of consciousness which occurs during intense engagement in an activity. In general, flow has been linked to peak performances (high achievement) and feelings of intense... Read more>>
    Nov 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    11/1/2013Getting into the Musical Zone: Trait Emotional Intelligence and Amount of Practice Predict Flow in Pianists
  • Mindfulness training improves attentional task performance in incarcerated youth: a group randomized controlled intervention trial (2013)

    Leonard NR, Jha AP, Casarjian B, Goolsarran M, Garcia C, Cleland CM, Gwadz MV and Massey Z (2013) Mindfulness training improves attentional task performance in incarcerated youth: a group randomized controlled intervention trial. Front. Psychol. 4:792. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00792
    Abstract: We investigated the impact of cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness training (CBT/MT) on attentional task performance in incarcerated adolescents. Attention is a cognitive system necessary for managing cognitive demands and regulating... Read more>>
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    11/1/2013Mindfulness training improves attentional task performance in incarcerated youth: a group randomized controlled intervention trial
  • Wisdom and Good Lives: A Process Perspective (2013)

    Shih-ying Yang. (in press). Wisdom and good lives: A process perspective. New Ideas in Psychology Volume 31, Issue 3, December 2013, Pages 194–201.
    Abstract: Wisdom and good lives are related. On one hand, judgments about whether wisdom has been manifested are often based on conceptions of what is a good life. On the other hand, wisdom, as manifested by human endeavors throughout history which contributed... Read more>>
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    11/1/2013Wisdom and Good Lives: A Process Perspective
  • Mapping Emotional Competencies of Mahatma Gandhi: A Biographical Analysis Approach (2013)

    Bansal, I. & Hingorani, P. (2013). Mapping Emotional Competencies of Mahatma Gandhi: A Biographical Analysis Approach. Journal of Human Values October 2013 vol. 19 no. 2 133-145.
    Abstract: The aim of this article is to map the emotional competencies of Mahatma1 Gandhi through biographical analysis of his life which is divided into seven phases, as this will give the real insight that how he managed his emotions in different phases... Read more>>
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    10/1/2013Mapping Emotional Competencies of Mahatma Gandhi: A Biographical Analysis Approach
  • The ‘Dharma’ and ‘Karma’ of CSR from the Bhagavad-Gita (2013)

    Muniapan, B. & Satpathy, B. (2013). The ‘Dharma’ and ‘Karma’ of CSR from the Bhagavad-Gita. Journal of Human Values October 2013 vol. 19 no. 2 173-187.
    Abstract: In recent years, numerous researches have been conducted on CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) from various perspectives. From a survey of CSR literatures from spiritual and religious perspectives, there are some studies based on the Quran... Read more>>
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    10/1/2013The ‘Dharma’ and ‘Karma’ of CSR from the Bhagavad-Gita
  • Sustainability: Ethics and the Future (2013)

    Sinha, A. (213). Sustainability: Ethics and the Future. Journal of Human Values October 2013 vol. 19 no. 2 113-126.
    Abstract: Sustainable development is essentially about taking a view of future generations of people inhabiting the world. It is also about defining actions in the present time of achieving the desired goal of bequeathing a livable world for the future... Read more>>
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    10/1/2013Sustainability: Ethics and the Future
  • A Multicenter Study of Physician Mindfulness and Health Care Quality (2013)

    Beach, M.C. et al. (2013). A Multicenter Study of Physician Mindfulness and Health Care Quality. Ann Fam Med September/October 2013 vol. 11 no. 5 421-428.
    Abstract: PURPOSE Mindfulness (ie, purposeful and nonjudgmental attentiveness to one’s own experience, thoughts, and feelings) is associated with physician well-being. We sought to assess whether clinician self-rated mindfulness is associated with the... Read more>>
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    10/1/2013A Multicenter Study of Physician Mindfulness and Health Care Quality
  • Abbreviated Mindfulness Intervention for Job Satisfaction, Quality of Life, and Compassion in Primary Care Clinicians: A Pilot Study (2013)

    Fortney, L. et al. (2013). Abbreviated Mindfulness Intervention for Job Satisfaction, Quality of Life, and Compassion in Primary Care Clinicians: A Pilot Study. Ann Fam Med September/October 2013 vol. 11 no. 5 412-420.
    Abstract: PURPOSE Burnout, attrition, and low work satisfaction of primary care physicians are growing concerns and can have a negative influence on health care. Interven - tions for clinicians that improve work-life balance are few and poorly understood... Read more>>
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    10/1/2013Abbreviated Mindfulness Intervention for Job Satisfaction, Quality of Life, and Compassion in Primary Care Clinicians: A Pilot Study
  • Helping the Helpers Mindfulness Training for Burnout in Pediatric Oncology—A Pilot Program (2013)

    Moody, K. et al. (2013). Helping the Helpers Mindfulness Training for Burnout in Pediatric Oncology—A Pilot Program. Journal of Pediatric Oncology Nursing September/October 2013 vol. 30 no. 5 275-284.
    Abstract: Background. Burnout, a syndrome of emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and diminished feelings of accomplishment, is common among pediatric oncology staff. This study explores a mindfulness-based course (MBC) to decrease burnout in a multidisciplinary... Read more>>
    Apr 02 2014, 12:26 PM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2013Helping the Helpers Mindfulness Training for Burnout in Pediatric Oncology—A Pilot Program
  • Wisdom Leadership in Academic Health Science Centers: Leading Positive Change (2013)

    Plews-Ogan, M. & Beyt, G. (2013). Wisdom Leadership in Academic Health Science Centers: Leading Positive Change. London, UK: Radcliffe Publishing.
    In the middle of the national debate and political conflict around healthcare, we have been thinking a lot about wisdom and leadership. Wisdom seems to be important in healthcare leadership development, patient-centered teamwork, and improving the health... Read more>>
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    10/1/2013Wisdom Leadership in Academic Health Science Centers: Leading Positive Change
  • Compensating Cognitive Capabilities, Economic Decisions, and Aging (2013)

    Li, Ye, Martine Baldassi, Eric J. Johnson, and Elke U. Weber (2013). “Compensating Cognitive Capabilities, Economic Decisions, and Aging.” Psychology & Aging, 28(3), 595-613. DOI 10.1037/a0034172
    Abstract: Fluid intelligence decreases with age, yet evidence about age declines in decision-making quality is mixed: Depending on the study, older adults make worse, equally good, or even better decisions than younger adults. We propose a potential explanation... Read more>>
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    10/1/2013Compensating Cognitive Capabilities, Economic Decisions, and Aging
  • Encouraging Servant Leadership: A qualitative study of how a cause-related sporting event inspires participants to serve (2013)

    Parris, D.L. & Peachy, J.W. (2013). Leadership. November 2013 vol. 9 no. 4 486-512.
    Abstract: A longitudinal, qualitative case study was conducted to explore if a cause-related sporting event could inspire participants to serve others and how the event achieved this. Servant leadership theory, social leverage theory, and social capital... Read more>>
    Oct 07 2013, 11:12 AM Type:NotMine
    10/1/2013Encouraging Servant Leadership: A qualitative study of how a cause-related sporting event inspires participants to serve
  • Warrior for Climate Science and Awareness: Stephen Schneider (2013)

    Sarah Jo Chadwick, Carrie Armel, Terry Root and David Crookall. (2013). Warrior for Climate Science and Awareness: Stephen Schneider. Simulation Gaming 2013 44: 189 originally published online 14 July 2013.
    Abstract: This tribute outlines some of the major contributions that Stephen H. Schneider made to climate change science and to communication about that science to help a broader audience understand it in an educated manner, and realize that urgent decisions... Read more>>
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    9/1/2013Warrior for Climate Science and Awareness: Stephen Schneider
  • Positive Wisdom for Climate Change Awareness: John Crookall-Greening (2013)

    Christopher Crookall-Fallon. (2013). Positive Wisdom for Climate Change Awareness: John Crookall-Greening. Simulation Gaming 2013 44: 186 originally published online 11 June 2013.
    Abstract: This tribute outlines some of the contributions that John Crookall-Greening made to society—fighting nuclear arms and helping local communities become more climate change resilient. It also outlines some of John’s endearing traits, which together... Read more>>
    Sep 03 2013, 09:47 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2013Positive Wisdom for Climate Change Awareness: John Crookall-Greening
  • There Are Many Ways to See the Forest for the Trees: A Tour Guide for Abstraction (2013)

    Burgoon, E.M., Henderson, M.D., & Markman, A.B. (2013). There Are Many Ways to See the Forest for the Trees: A Tour Guide for Abstraction. Perspectives on Psychological Science September 2013 vol. 8 no. 5 501-520.
    Abstract: Abstraction is a useful process for broadening mental horizons, integrating new experiences, and communicating information to others. Much attention has been directed at identifying the causes and consequences of abstraction across the subdisciplines... Read more>>
    Sep 11 2013, 08:54 AM Type:NotMine
    9/1/2013There Are Many Ways to See the Forest for the Trees: A Tour Guide for Abstraction
  • Mindfulness for Teachers: A Pilot Study to Assess Effects on Stress, Burnout, and Teaching Efficacy (2013)

    Flook, L., Goldberg, S. B., Pinger, L., Bonus, K. and Davidson, R. J. (2013), Mindfulness for Teachers: A Pilot Study to Assess Effects on Stress, Burnout, and Teaching Efficacy. Mind, Brain, and Education, 7: 182–195. doi: 10.1111/mbe.12026
    Abstract: Despite the crucial role of teachers in fostering children's academic learning and social–emotional well-being, addressing teacher stress in the classroom remains a significant challenge in education. This study reports results from a randomized... Read more>>
    Sep 05 2013, 10:40 AM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2013Mindfulness for Teachers: A Pilot Study to Assess Effects on Stress, Burnout, and Teaching Efficacy
  • Meditation, Mindfulness and Executive Control: The Importance of Emotional Acceptance and Brain-based Performance Monitoring (2013)

    Teper, R. & Inzlicht, M. (2013). Meditation, mindfulness and executive control: the importance of emotional acceptance and brain-based performance monitoring. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci (2013) 8 (1): 85-92. doi: 10.1093/scan/nss045
    Abstract: Previous studies have documented the positive effects of mindfulness meditation on executive control. What has been lacking, however, is an understanding of the mechanism underlying this effect. Some theorists have described mindfulness as embodying... Read more>>
    Sep 06 2013, 02:02 PM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2013Meditation, Mindfulness and Executive Control: The Importance of Emotional Acceptance and Brain-based Performance Monitoring
  • Special Issue on Mindfulness Neuroscience (2013)

    Tang, Y-Y., & Posner, M.I. (2013). Special issue on mindfulness neuroscience. Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci (2013) 8 (1): 1-3. doi: 10.1093/scan/nss104.
    Excerpt: Mindfulness neuroscience is a new, interdisciplinary field of mindfulness practice and neuroscientific research; it applies neuroimaging techniques, physiological measures and behavioral tests to explore the underlying mechanisms of different... Read more>>
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    8/1/2013Special Issue on Mindfulness Neuroscience
  • A Route to Well-being: Intelligence vs. Wise Reasoning (2013)

    Grossmann, I., Na, J., Varnum, M.E.W., Kitayama, S., & Nisbett, R.E. (2013). A Route to Well-being: Intelligence vs. Wise Reasoning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 142 (3): 944–953.
    Abstract: Laypeople and many social scientists assume that superior reasoning abilities lead to greater well-being. However, previous research has been inconclusive. This may be because prior investigators used operationalizations of reasoning that favored... Read more>>
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    8/1/2013A Route to Well-being: Intelligence vs. Wise Reasoning
  • Tapping Mindfulness to Shape Hotel Guests’ Sustainable Behavior (2013)

    Barber, N.A., & Deale, C. (2013). Tapping Mindfulness to Shape Hotel Guests’ Sustainable Behavior. Cornell Hospitality Quarterly August 5, 2013 1938965513496315
    Abstract: The characteristic of mindfulness is ascribed to people who have a relatively greater awareness of their surroundings and of other people. This study finds that assessing guests’ mindfulness helps hoteliers make those guests aware of and responsive... Read more>>
    Aug 07 2013, 10:27 AM Type:NotMine
    8/1/2013Tapping Mindfulness to Shape Hotel Guests’ Sustainable Behavior
  • Embodied Inter-practices of Leadership – Phenomenological Perspectives on Relational and Responsive Leading and Following (2013)

    Küpers, W. (2013). Embodied inter-practices of leadership – Phenomenological perspectives on relational and responsive leading and following. Leadership August 2013 vol. 9 no. 3 335-357.
    Abstract: This paper offers phenomenological perspectives on leadership as an embodied material and relational practice. Based on Merleau-Ponty’s understanding of embodiment and practice, leadership is interpreted as an emergent process of the inter-practice... Read more>>
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    8/1/2013Embodied Inter-practices of Leadership – Phenomenological Perspectives on Relational and Responsive Leading and Following
  • Teaching Mindfulness in Medical School: Where are we now and where are we going? (2013)

    Dobkin, P.L. & Hutchinson, T.A. (2013). Teaching mindfulness in medical school: Where are we now and where are we going? Medical Education 2013: 47: 768–779 doi:10.1111/medu.12200.
    Abstract: Objectives Mindfulness has the potential to prevent compassion fatigue and burnout in that the doctor who is self-aware is more likely to engage in self-care activities and to manage stress better. Moreover, well doctors are better equipped... Read more>>
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    8/1/2013Teaching Mindfulness in Medical School: Where are we now and where are we going?
  • Decisions With Uncertainty: The Glass Half Full (2013)

    Joslyn, S. & LeClerc, J. (2013). Decisions With Uncertainty: The Glass Half Full. Current Directions in Psychological Science August 2013 vol. 22 no. 4 308-315.
    Abstract: Each of us makes important decisions involving uncertainty in domains in which we are not experts, such as retirement planning, medical treatment, and precautions against severe weather. Often, reliable information about uncertainty is available... Read more>>
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    8/1/2013Decisions With Uncertainty: The Glass Half Full
  • Green by Default (2013)

    Sunstein, C. R. and Reisch, L. A. (2013), Green by Default. Kyklos, 66: 398–402. doi: 10.1111/kykl.12028
    Excerpt: Suppose that in a relevant community, there are two sources of energy, denominated “green” and “gray.” Suppose that consistent with its name, “green” is better than gray on environmental grounds. Those who use green energy emit lower levels of... Read more>>
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    8/1/2013Green by Default
  • QnAs with Daniel Kahneman (2013)

    Nair, P. (2013). QnAs with Daniel Kahneman. PNAS. August 20, 2013 vol. 110 no. 34 13696 .
    Abstract: The science of human decision-making has long been a stronghold of psychologists. Among the voices that abound in the literature on how people make choices, one scholarly voice has remained strident through several decades. By studying human... Read more>>
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    8/1/2013QnAs with Daniel Kahneman
  • Aristotle's Virtue or Dante's Deadliest Sin? The Influence of Authentic and Hubristic Pride on Creative Achievement (2013)

    Damian, R.I. & Robins, R.W. (2013). Aristotle's virtue or Dante's deadliest sin? The influence of authentic and hubristic pride on creative achievement. Learning and Individual Differences Volume 26, August 2013, Pages 156–160.
    Abstract: This study (N = 589) investigated the link between the disposition to experience pride and real-world creative achievement, as well as the mediating role of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation. Furthermore, we disentangled the effects of two... Read more>>
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    8/1/2013Aristotle's Virtue or Dante's Deadliest Sin? The Influence of Authentic and Hubristic Pride on Creative Achievement
  • My New Book The Buddha's Teachings: Seeing without Illusion - revised/expanded ed (2013)

    My new book incorporates the writings of contemporary Buddhist scholar, psychologists, cognitive scientists and physicists to provide a fascinating and authoritative framework for the interpretation of the Buddha's teachings. In this revised and expanded... Read more>>
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    8/1/2013My New Book The Buddha's Teachings: Seeing without Illusion - revised/expanded ed
  • On China Wisdom Strategy (2013)

    On China Wisdom Strategy, Qingsong Zhang (2013), Peak Wisdom Publishing, September 12, 2013
    A new book on Wisdom studies in Chinese has been just released by Amazon online (Kindle version). This book (in Chinese) is his third book on wisdom studies by Dr. Qingsong Zhang, a historian and a wisdom studies scholar. It contains essays covering topics... Read more>>
    Sep 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    8/1/2013On China Wisdom Strategy
  • Cultural Humility: Measuring Openness to Culturally Diverse Clients (2013)

    Hook, J. et al. (2013). Cultural humility: Measuring openness to culturally diverse clients. Journal of Counseling Psychology, Vol 60(3), Jul 2013, 353-366. doi: 10.1037/a0032595
    Abstract: Building on recent theory stressing multicultural orientation, as well as the development of virtues and dispositions associated with multicultural values, we introduce the construct of cultural humility, defined as having an interpersonal stance... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013Cultural Humility: Measuring Openness to Culturally Diverse Clients
  • Personal Transformation: Posttraumatic Growth and Gerotranscendence (2013)

    Weiss, T. (2013). Personal Transformation: Posttraumatic Growth and Gerotranscendence. Journal of Humanistic Psychology July 2, 2013 0022167813492388
    Abstract: This article connects two rich but distinct literatures on personal transformation and well-being that can benefit from cross-fertilization. It explores the intersection of posttraumatic growth (PTG), a model of positive changes following traumatic... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013Personal Transformation: Posttraumatic Growth and Gerotranscendence
  • The cognitive underpinnings of adaptive team performance in ill-defined task situations: A closer look at team cognition (2013)

    Zajac, S. et al. (2013). The cognitive underpinnings of adaptive team performance in ill-defined task situations: A closer look at team cognition. Organizational Psychology Review July 5, 2013 2041386613492787
    Abstract: As the nature of work changes due to technology, organizational restructuring, and globalization, complex tasks have emerged that necessitate the use of teams. Oftentimes, teams complete tasks that have more than one plausible solution or engage... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013The cognitive underpinnings of adaptive team performance in ill-defined task situations: A closer look at team cognition
  • Moralizing biology: The appeal and limits of the new compassionate view of nature (2013)

    Meloni, M. (2013). Moralizing biology The appeal and limits of the new compassionate view of nature. History of the Human Sciences July 2013 vol. 26 no. 3 82-106
    Abstract: In recent years, a proliferation of books about empathy, cooperation and pro-social behaviours (Brooks, 2011a) has significantly influenced the discourse of the life-sciences and reversed consolidated views of nature as a place only for competition... Read more>>
    Jul 15 2013, 08:57 AM Type:NotMine
    7/1/2013Moralizing biology: The appeal and limits of the new compassionate view of nature
  • Wisdom, Uncertainty, and Ambiguity: A Study of Management Decisions as Based on Theories and Validated by Research Methods (2013)

    Degen, R. J. (2013). Wisdom, Uncertainty, and Ambiguity: A Study of Management Decisions as Based on Theories and Validated by Research Methods. IDEAS. Working paper, RePEc:pil:wpaper:94, July 17, 2013.
    Abstract: Wisdom, uncertainty, and ambiguity will always exist in management decisions. One danger for firms lies in managers making decisions that are based on faulty theories acquired through personal experience or learned from experience of others... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013Wisdom, Uncertainty, and Ambiguity: A Study of Management Decisions as Based on Theories and Validated by Research Methods
  • Emotion Regulation and Its Implications for Leadership An Integrative Review and Future Research Agenda (2013)

    Haver, A., Akerjordet, K. & Furunes, T. (2013). Emotion Regulation and Its Implications for Leadership An Integrative Review and Future Research Agenda. Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies August 2013 vol. 20 no. 3 287-303.
    Abstract: This integrative review synthesizes research on emotion regulation and its implications for leadership, from both leaders’ and followers’ perspectives. Regulating one’s emotions is considered an area of key competence associated with effective... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013Emotion Regulation and Its Implications for Leadership An Integrative Review and Future Research Agenda
  • Ethics Education of Business Leaders: Emotional Intelligence, Virtues, and Contemplative Learning (2013)

    Culham, T.E. (2013). Ethics Education of Business Leaders: Emotional Intelligence, Virtues, and Contemplative Learning. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
    Events on Wall Street and Main Street reveal that some business leaders make dramatically unethical self-serving decisions that ignore the public interest. How can business schools educate future business leaders to make ethical decisions? Unfortunately... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013Ethics Education of Business Leaders: Emotional Intelligence, Virtues, and Contemplative Learning
  • Misconceptions Concerning Wisdom (2013)

    Journal of Modern Wisdom, vol. 2, March 2013, pp. 92-97; http://philpapers.org/rec/MAXMCW
    If our concern is to help wisdom to flourish in the world, then the central task before us is to transform academia so that it takes up its proper task of seeking and promoting wisdom instead of just acquiring knowledge. Improving knowledge about wisdom... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013Misconceptions Concerning Wisdom
  • Knowledge or Wisdom? (2013)

    The Philosophers' Magazine, Issue 62, 3rd Quarter, 2013, pp. 17-18. http://philpapers.org/rec/MAXDPB
    A bad philosophy of inquiry, built into the intellectual/institutional structure of universities round the world, betrays both reason and humanity. Read more>>
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    7/1/2013Knowledge or Wisdom?
  • What Philosophy Ought to Be (2013)

    C. Tandy, ed., 2014, Death And Anti-Death, Volume 11: Ten Years After Donald Davidson (1917-2003), Ria University Press, Palo Alto, California. http://discovery.ucl.ac.uk/1400215/.
    The proper task of philosophy is to keep alive awareness of what our most fundamental, important, urgent problems are, what our best attempts are at solving them and, if possible, what needs to be done to improve these attempts. Unfortunately, academic... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013What Philosophy Ought to Be
  • How to Measure Wisdom: Content, Reliability, and Validity of Five Measures (2013)

    Glück J, König S, Naschenweng K, Redzanowski U, Dorner L, Straßer I and Wiedermann W (2013) How to measure wisdom: content, reliability, and validity of five measures. Front. Psychol. 4:405. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00405
    Abstract: Wisdom is a field of growing interest both inside and outside academic psychology, and researchers are increasingly interested in using measures of wisdom in their work. However, wisdom is a highly complex construct, and its various operationalizations... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013How to Measure Wisdom: Content, Reliability, and Validity of Five Measures
  • A Handbook of Practical Wisdom Leadership, Organization and Integral Business Practice (2013)

    Küpers, W. and Pauleen, D. (August 2013). A Handbook of Practical Wisdom Leadership, Organization and Integral Business Practice. United Kingdom: Ashgate Publishing Limited.
    Edited by Wendelin Küpers and David Pauleen, both at the School of Management, Massey University, Albany, New Zealand Throughout history, wisdom has been exalted in many cultures as a resource and has become increasingly important for dealing with the... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013 A Handbook of Practical Wisdom Leadership, Organization and Integral Business Practice
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine and Maintaining Homeostasis (2013)

    The most accepted homeostasis definition is the body’s ability to maintain a stable state of healthy function. Homeostasis is how your body maintains a steady temperature pattern, a stable flow of blood through the body, which provides optimal nourishment... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013Traditional Chinese Medicine and Maintaining Homeostasis
  • What are necessary conditions for a democracy? (2013)

    In my conversations with Italians, often they despair about their government. The two things that are most mentioned is that they don’t feel represented by the multi-party system here and that the present P.M. and other politicians are stifling honest... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013What are necessary conditions for a democracy?
  • The Planetary Perfect Storm (2013)

    This bog (originally written in 2010) is about the obvious convergence of two planetary “storms” that together are going to have obvious and predictable catastrophic consequences for all living beings on planet earth. However, as different from the forces... Read more>>
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    7/1/2013The Planetary Perfect Storm
  • Identity, Wisdom, and Critical Life Events in Younger Adulthood (2013)

    In Jan D. Sinnott (Ed.), Positive Psychology: Advances in Understanding Adult Motivation. N. Y.: Springer
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    6/1/2013Identity, Wisdom, and Critical Life Events in Younger Adulthood
  • Book Review: Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck—Why Some Thrive Despite Them All (2013)

    Udupa, Shrihari. (2013). Book Review: Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck—Why Some Thrive Despite Them All. Global Business Review June 2013 vol. 14 no. 2 364-371.
    Book Review by Shrihari Udupa: Jim Collins and Morten T. Hansen, Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck—Why Some Thrive Despite Them All . London, UK: Random House Business Books, 2011, 320 pp. ₹ 799 [Hardback] (ISBN: 978 1 847 94088 9) Excerpt... Read more>>
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    6/1/2013Book Review: Great by Choice: Uncertainty, Chaos, and Luck—Why Some Thrive Despite Them All
  • A Cross-comparative International Study on the Concept of Wisdom (2013)

    Sanchez-Escobedo et al. (2013). A cross-comparative international study on the concept of wisdom. Gifted Education International June 14, 2013 0261429413486575
    The article aims to depict the most common ideas regarding wisdom from young people across different countries: Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, Republic of Korea and the United States. A questionnaire was administered to nearly 800 adolescents from these countries... Read more>>
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    6/1/2013A Cross-comparative International Study on the Concept of Wisdom
  • Wisdom as an Expert Skill (2013)

    Swartwood, J.D. (2013). Wisdom as an expert skill. Ethical Theory and Moral Practice, June 2013, Volume 16, Issue 3, pp 511-528.
    Abstract: Practical wisdom is the intellectual virtue that enables a person to make reliably good decisions about how, all-things-considered, to live. As such, it is a lofty and important ideal to strive for. It is precisely this loftiness and importance... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    6/1/2013Wisdom as an Expert Skill
  • Wisdom and Ego-Identity for Korean and American Late Adolescents (2013)

    Bang, H & Montgomery, D. (2013). Wisdom and Ego-Identity for Korean and American Late Adolescents. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology July 2013 vol. 44 no. 5 807-831.
    Abstract: Overcoming identity crises during adolescence may help adolescents understand the world around them. Although adolescents may have developmental potential for wisdom, little is known about the direct relationship between wisdom and ego-identity... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2013Wisdom and Ego-Identity for Korean and American Late Adolescents
  • Intuitive Expertise: Theories and Empirical Evidence (2013)

    Harteisa, C. & Billettb, S. (2013). Intuitive expertise: Theories and empirical evidence. Educational Research Review. Volume 9, June 2013, Pages 145–157.
    Abstract: Intuition has been long seen as an element of effective human performance in demanding tasks (i.e. expertise). But its form, constitutive elements and development remain subject to diverse explanations. This paper discusses these elements and... Read more>>
    Jun 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:NotMine
    6/1/2013Intuitive Expertise: Theories and Empirical Evidence
  • Rediscovering Internal Strengths of the Aged: The Beneficial Impact of Wisdom, Mastery, Purpose in Life, and Spirituality on Aging Well (2013)

    Ardelt, M., Landes, S.D., Gerlach, K.R., & Polkowski Fox, L. (2013). Rediscovering internal strengths of the aged: The beneficial impact of wisdom, mastery, purpose in life, and spirituality on aging well. In J.D. Sinnott (Ed.), Positive Psychology (pp.97-119). New York, NY: Springer.
    Abstract: What explains aging and dying well? Previous research primarily examined the effects of objective life conditions (e.g., physical health, finances, socioeconomic status, age, social relationships) on older adults’ subjective well-being, whereas... Read more>>
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    6/1/2013Rediscovering Internal Strengths of the Aged: The Beneficial Impact of Wisdom, Mastery, Purpose in Life, and Spirituality on Aging Well
  • Wonder: When and Why the World Appears Radiant (2013)

    Small Batch Books, Amherst, MA
    What do a marigold, starlight over South Africa, and the birth of a child have in common? Every person, plant, and star springs up from information compounded by interaction. We are embedded in an ancient, intricate world. Changing combinations of atoms... Read more>>
    Jul 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    6/1/2013Wonder: When and Why the World Appears Radiant
  • From knowledge to wisdom: Assessment and prospects after three decades (2013)

    Integral Review: Special Issue: International Symposium: Research Across Boundaries, Part 1, ed. M. Markus and M. Edwards, vol. 9, no. 2, 2013, pp. 76-112 (http://www.integral-review.org/current_issue/index.asp).
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    Jul 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    6/1/2013From knowledge to wisdom: Assessment and prospects after three decades
  • Clearly Stating the Obvious Inscrutability of Existence (2013)

    “ Everything should be as simple as it can be but not simpler!” Albert Einstein This short essay takes serious the advice of Albert Einstein and will satisfactorily clarify the title in a couple of paragraphs. One of the topics that I discussed in my... Read more>>
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    6/1/2013Clearly Stating the Obvious Inscrutability of Existence
  • Handbook of Practical Wisdom: Leadership, organization and integral business practice. (2013)

    Gower: London.
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    6/1/2013Handbook of Practical Wisdom: Leadership, organization and integral business practice.
  • "Contemplation as a Corrective to Technological Education." (2013)

    Canadian Journal of Education 36(3) 458-480.
    This paper argues that “noetic studies,” contemplation, or theoria ought to take greater precedence in education than is currently the case. Our modern focus on and fascination with information technologies serves in many ways to thwart and to discourage... Read more>>
    May 01 2013, 12:00 AM Type:Mine
    5/1/2013"Contemplation as a Corrective to Technological Education."
  • Brain mechanisms of valuable scientific problem finding inspired by heuristic knowledge (2013)

    Dandan, T., Wenfu, L., Tianen, D., Nusbaum, H.C., Jiang, Q., & Qinglin. Z. (2013). Brain mechanisms of valuable scientific problem finding inspired by heuristic knowledge. Experimental Brain Research 228:4, 437-443.
    Abstract: Heuristics through the application of heuristic knowledge to the creation of imitation devices may be one of the most common processes in scientific innovation. In particular, heuristics suggests that innovation includes the automatic activation... Read more>>
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    5/1/2013Brain mechanisms of valuable scientific problem finding inspired by heuristic knowledge
  • The Leap Year Project: Learning to Risk & Risking to Learn (2013)

    Saad, V. (2013). The Leap Year Project: Learning to Risk & Risking to Learn.
    This adventure started with a single deep-seated desire to make a difference. It was this desire that hooked Victor Saad on pursuing a business degree around social enterprise. Yet as he researched MBA options, he wondered if business school was the most... Read more>>
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    5/1/2013The Leap Year Project: Learning to Risk & Risking to Learn
  • Emotion in Organizations: Resources for Business Educators (2013)

    Bowen, J.L. (2013). Emotion in Organizations: Resources for Business Educators. Journal of Management Education February 2014 vol. 38 no. 1 114-142. Published online before print May 20, 2013, doi: 10.1177/1052562913488110
    Abstract: The study of emotion in organizations has advanced considerably in recent years. Several aspects of this research area make calls for its translation into business curricula particularly compelling. First, potential benefits to students are... Read more>>
    Jan 13 2014, 03:58 PM Type:NotMine
    5/1/2013Emotion in Organizations: Resources for Business Educators
  • Yoga Wisdom at Work: Finding Sanity Off the Mat and On the Job (2013)

    Showkeir, M. & Showkeir, J. (2013). Yoga Wisdom at Work: Finding Sanity Off the Mat and On the Job. San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers.
    Book Description Publication Date: May 6, 2013 Yoga’s Ancient Wisdom Can Transform Your Work Life Everyone knows that yoga helps reduce stress and increase the body’s flexibility and strength. But the physical aspects barely scratch the surface of yoga... Read more>>
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    5/1/2013Yoga Wisdom at Work: Finding Sanity Off the Mat and On the Job
  • Compassion Training Alters Altruism and Neural Responses to Suffering (2013)

    Weng, H.Y. et al. (2013). Compassion Training Alters Altruism and Neural Responses to Suffering. Psychological Science May 21, 2013 0956797612469537
    Abstract: Compassion is a key motivator of altruistic behavior, but little is known about individuals’ capacity to cultivate compassion through training. We examined whether compassion may be systematically trained by testin