When is the resit for this course?
The week after the psychodiagnostics exam
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Q 15: shouldn't a) be the correct choice? according to the law of change, the greater the change, the greater the subsequent emotion. So going from losing to winning is a greater change than when it's even, right? correct me if I'm wrong :)
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Well, that's what I meant. Anyways, no need to worry, people. You can all sign up for the exam inspection.
I will defend my irrational views under screaming and frantic hand gestures. You'll write an e-mail to the board of examiners, I won't change anything next year.
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This is amazing, thank you!
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Page 23, top: Not order identification but "accuracy": happy > sad > angry ... Relating to "Participants were more accurate in identifying happy than angry and sad faces and more accurate in identifying sad than angry faces" within the article (Figure 2)
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Sorry, inserted the same graph twice onpage 34. Check the text for the graph on social activities :)
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are you gonna do more?:)
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Maybe one more, if I push myself
haha no worries, would be nice but I can understand if not :D
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I really like studying with your summaries, so thanks for sharing. Do you also happen to have the ones for task 7/8? :)
No sorry, I will use summaries for those tasks as well :/
Hey guys, i have a question regarding the Vingerhoets article (task 4). So the figure regarding Study 2 says that all three variables mediate the relationship between visible tears and the willingness to help. In addition, friendliness has the highest influence whether someone is willing to help. Is that correct? I am a little bit confused, as friendliness wasn't a mediator in the first study. Thank you ! :)
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can you Also create some for the other tasks? it is really helpful!!
Working on it, but today I'll probably only get Task 2 and maximum 3 out. Thanks for your compliments :)
Just uploaded Task2
In the Joorman Article its social phobics not seasonal affective disorder.
I used SAD for "social anxiety disorder", sorry for the confusion
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idk if you noticed, but your ID number and last name is written on this document. Thought to let you know, as this renders you not that anonymous anymore haha. Anyways nice summary thx for sharing!
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Very good summary. Leaves out confusing findings and focuses on the important bits. Well done!
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Like your summaries!!
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do Levi's Jeans have a high chance of being inherited by phenotypically similar offspring?
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amen
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Wow, helped me a lot. Thank you :)))
Where are all the summaries?