social exclusion, they will seek to have social resources under control while reducing social exclusion.
Women perceiving high control and doing more problem-focused coping reported lower anxiety than did women doing comparable coping but perceiving lower control.
To test Hypothesis 2 that women perceiving less control will do relatively more emotion-focused coping, the two variables were correlated, yielding an r = -.20, p < .05.
"What I'm showing is that our cognitive limitations help us to detect regularities in the world, even if we pay a price by sometimes perceiving
positive correlations that don't exist," Kareev holds.
On the contrary, for Berkeley, as for Johnson, the active, creative mind continuously shapes and reshapes the world by perceiving it.
This perceiving, active being is what I call mind, spirit, soul or myself.
The labels Judging and Perceiving
describe how you organize your life.
Given the positive correlations we present, it stands to reason that if Superintendent Schumacher can move teachers' beliefs toward perceiving
Piedmont leaders as making decisions more collaboratively, teachers will view themselves as more influential in decision making.
On the other hand, the success of 6-month-olds in perceiving
pelog scales challenges the assumption of many music theorists that Western scales are inherently easier for the brain to process because they rely on mathematically simpler relationships between the frequencies of musical notes.
Keirsey and Bates researched results from the Myers-Briggs inventory and determined that certain classifications could be made: sensate perceiving
(SP), sensate judging (SJ), intuitive thinker (NT), and intuitive feeler (NF).