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Neglect in human communication : quantifying the cost of cell-phone interruptions in face to face dialogs
There is a prevailing belief that interruptions using cellular phones during face to face inter- actions may affect severely how people relate and perceive each other. We set out to deter- mine this cost quantitatively ...
Quantitative pedagogy : a digital two player game to examine communicative competence
nner concepts are much richer than the words that describe them. Our general objective is to inquire what are the best procedures to communicate conceptual knowledge. We con- struct a simplified and controlled setup emulating ...
Attachment patterns trigger differential neural signature of emotional processing in adolescents
Background: Research suggests that individuals with different attachment patterns process social information differently, especially in terms of facial emotion recognition. However, few studies have explored social ...
How do you feel when you can’t feel your body? Interoception, functional connectivity and emotional processing in depersonalization-derealization disorder
Depersonalization-Derealization Disorder (DD) typically manifests as a disruption of body self-awareness. Interoception 2 defined as the cognitive processing of body signals2 has been extensively considered as a key ...
Neural processing of emotional facial and semantic xxpressions in euthymic bipolar disorder (BD) and its association with theory of mind (ToM)
Background: Adults with bipolar disorder (BD) have cognitive impairments that affect face processing and social cognition. However, it remains unknown whether these deficits in euthymic BD have impaired brain markers of ...