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- 2Cross-cultural comparison
- 1Contextual influence
- 1Facial expressions
- 1Self-efficacy for self-regulation
Recent research has shown that boredom has an adverse impact on students’ learning and achievement (e.g., Mann & Robinson, 2009). Given the deleterious impact of boredom on learning, this study evaluated two boredom scales—a learning-related boredom scale and a boredom coping scale—with samples...
The role of affective information in context on the judgment of facial expression: in what situations are North Americans influenced by contextual information?Download
Research in cultural psychology suggests that East Asians are more likely than North Americans to be sensitive to contextual information. By contrast, much evidence suggests that even North Americans’ judgments are influenced by affective priming information, the effect of which can be seen as...