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  • Awe, ideological conviction, and perceptions of ideological opponents. [Journal Article]
    Emotion 2019Stancato DM, Keltner D
  • Awe is an emotional response to perceptually vast stimuli that transcend current frames of reference. Guided by prior work documenting that awe promotes humility, increases perceptions of uncertainty, and diminishes personal concerns, across 3 studies (N = 776) we tested the hypothesis that awe results in reduced conviction about one's ideological attitudes. In Study 1, participants induced to ex…
  • An Evolutionary Game Model for Industrial Pollution Management under Two Punishment Mechanisms. [Journal Article]
    Int J Environ Res Public Health 2019; 16(15)Wang C, Shi F
  • In recent years, with the rapid development of the economy, industrial pollution problems have become more and more serious. This paper constructs an evolutionary game model for industrial pollution between the local governments and enterprises to study the dynamic evolution path of a game system and the evolutionary stable strategy under two punishment mechanisms. The results show that, in a sta…
  • Born for fairness: evidence of genetic contribution to a neural basis of fairness intuition. [Journal Article]
    Soc Cogn Affect Neurosci 2019; 14(5):539-548Wang Y, Zheng D, … Zhou Y
  • Human beings often curb self-interest to develop and enforce social norms, such as fairness, as exemplified in the ultimatum game (UG). Inspired by the dual-system account for the responder's choice during the UG, we investigated whether the neural basis of psychological process induced by fairness is under genetic control using a twin fMRI study (62 monozygotic, 48 dizygotic; mean age: 19.32 ± 1…
  • Criminalising Health Care? The Use of Offences in the Mental Health Act 2015 (ACT). [Journal Article]
    J Law Med 2019; 26(3):638-654Pang S
  • Mental health statutes in every Australian jurisdiction contain penalties for breaching certain provisions. The Australian Capital Territory's new Mental Health Act 2015 (ACT) is notable in using not only financial penalties, but also including specific offences and the possibility of imprisonment to regulate certain procedures related to the involuntary detention and treatment of those with ment…
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