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  • Dimensions of human hierarchy as determinants of health and happiness. [Review]
    Curr Opin Psychol 2019; 33:110-114Fournier MA
  • No matter what rung someone holds on the social ladder, they are likely to experience better health and happiness than those below them in the hierarchy and poorer health and happiness than those above. Social gradients have been found for cardiovascular, respiratory, rheumatoid, and psychiatric disease as well as mortality from all causes. These findings are often mediated by subjective social s…
  • Artificial neural networks-based classification of emotions using wristband heart rate monitor data. [Journal Article]
    Medicine (Baltimore) 2019; 98(33):e16863Chen YC, Hsiao CC, … Lin R
  • Heart rate variability (HRV) is an objective measure of emotional regulation. This study aimed to estimate the accuracy with which an artificial neural network (ANN) algorithm could classify emotions using HRV data that were obtained using wristband heart rate monitors.Four emotions were evoked during gameplay: pleasure, happiness, fear, and anger. Seven normalized HRV features (i.e., 3 time-doma…
  • Effectiveness of a Musical Training Program in Promoting Happiness and Quality of Life of Underprivileged Preschool Children. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Nurs 2019Cheung AT, Ho Cheung William L, … Chung OK
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present study indicates the effectiveness of a musical training program in promoting happiness and quality of life of Hong Kong Chinese underprivileged preschool children. It also demonstrated the feasibility of implementing the program in a community context.This study aids to inform nurses the beneficial effect of the musical training program in improving underprivileged children's psychological well-being and quality of life. Indeed, community nurses may act as facilitators to promote the musical training program to underprivileged children. The involvement of community nurses may greatly enhance the sustainability of the program, thus making it to be a routine health promotion activity.
  • The effects of Botulinum toxin on the detection of gradual changes in facial emotion. [Journal Article]
    Sci Rep 2019; 9(1):11734Bulnes LC, Mariën P, … Cleeremans A
  • When we feel sad or depressed, our face invariably "drops". Conversely, when we try to cheer someone up, we might tell them "keep your smile up", so presupposing that modifying the configuration of their facial muscles will enhance their mood. A crucial assumption that underpins this hypothesis is that mental states are shaped by information originating from the peripheral neuromotor system - a v…
  • Functional sex differences and signal forms have coevolved with conflict. [Comment]
    Behav Brain Sci 2019; 42:e118Becker DV, Dubbs SL
  • Evolutionary theory makes further predictions about conflict. It predicts sex differences in the proclivity to attack and defend. It further suggests complementary biases in what we expect of the sexes. Finally, it suggests that the forms of human facial expressions of anger and happiness may have coevolved with the regularity of conflict as a means of signaling, bluffing, and defusing attack.
  • Comics, Corn, and the Queer Phenomenology of Depression. [Journal Article]
    Lit Med 2019; 37(1):96-112McDonald RA
  • Grounded in analyses of two graphic memoirs, Ellen Forney's Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo and Me and Allie Brosh's "Depression (Parts One & Two)," this article draws from Sara Ahmed's 2006 book, Queer Phenomenology: Objects, Orientations, Others, in order to theorize the "queer phenomenology" of what gets called depression within many Western psychiatric, medical, and cultural discours…
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