Unpublished manuscript exploring the philosophy in Plato's Phaedo, which describes Socrates’ final moments just before his execution as a swan song, and analyzing the philosophers' beliefs on death and immortality of the soul. This work is part of conference proceedings from the American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, December 5, 1987.
Unpublished manuscript exploring the role of Joabin in Francis Bacon's novel New Atlantis. This manuscript was part of the conference proceedings from the Academy of Jewish Philosophy, Hebrew Union College - Jewish Institute of Religion, Cincinnati, OH, June 9-10, 1991.
Unpublished manuscript analyzing the religious philosophy of Gulliver in the novel Gulliver's Travels by Jonathan Swift. This work is part of conference proceedings from the American Academy of Religion Southwest Region conference held in, Irving, TX March 6-7, 1999.
Article from a study completed using secondary analysis of data from two studies of expressive writing about stressful relational events to first describe the relations of word use to social-cognitive maturity of role-taking using Feffer’s Interpersonal Decentering scoring system and then to test hypotheses about active processing of relational information versus event closure. This is the Accepted Manuscript version of a published article.
March 4, 2013
Jenkins, Sharon Rae; Austin, Heather L. & Boals, Adriel
Appendix used to adapt the Interpersonal Decentering scoring system developed for thematic apperceptive techniques to score expressive writing autobiographical essays that were used for the following publications: Jenkins, S. R., Shamji, J., Straup, M., & Boals, A. (2022). Beyond traits and states: Interpersonal decentering is also activated social information processing. Personality and Individual Differences. DOI: 10.1016/j.paid.2021.111332. and Jenkins, S. R., Austin, H., & Boals, A. (2013). Content analysis of expressive writing narratives about stressful relational events using Interpersonal Decentering. Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 32, 412 – 432. DOI: 10.1177/0261927X13479188
This article explores research to identify area-restricted search foraging behavior at fish aggregating device (FAD) patches. Movement data were collected from GPS devices placed on foraging trips originating in the artisanal fishing village of Desa Ikan (pseudonym), on the east coast of the Caribbean island nation of the Commonwealth Dominica. The goal of the research is to understand how property rights are emerging after the introduction of fish aggregating device (FAD) technology at the site in 1999.
February 3, 2015
Alvard, Michael; Carlson, David & McGaffey, Ethan
Appendix used to adapt the Interpersonal Decentering scoring system developed for thematic apperceptive techniques to score oral stream of consciousness personal narratives used by Molly Tucker for her master's thesis.
February 10, 2015
Wilson, Joshua; Jenkins, Sharon Rae & Beaber, Kristi
This article is published as part of a collection on the future of research assessment. It explores the philosophies of Plato and Aristotle concerning the impact agenda and how philosophy can assist policy questions. Together, their work suggests that policy-sensitive philosophers can help decision makers be more self-conscious about the assumptions underlying their work.
This article discusses a gaze-cueing experiment in which the predictivity of a gaze-cue was manipulated to assess the degree to which individuals with elevated psychopathic traits can use contextual information.
June 30, 2017
Hoppenbrouwers, Sylvo S.; Munneke, Jaap; Kooiman, Karen A.; Little, Bethany; Neumann, Craig S. & Theeuwes, Jan
This article uses foreclosure data from Dallas County, Texas to examine how both housing and neighborhood characteristics are related to the possibility of the sale of a foreclosed property out of real-estate-owned (REO) stock.
This article reports an apparently novel and taxonomically diverse grouping of plants that continuously maintain high tissue sodium contents and share the rare feature of possessing symbiotic cyanobacteria.
January 26, 2017
Green, T. G. Allan; Sancho, Leopoldo G.; Pintado, Ana; Saco, Dolores; Martín, Soledad; Arróniz-Crespo, María et al.
This article considers the count and types of traumas (polytraumatization) in relation to post-trauma mental health by conducting a study on the relation of polytraumatization patterns to PTSD clusters, depression, and impulsivity facets. Results indicate that individuals exposed to multiple PTE (potentially traumatizing event) types, particularly interpersonal traumas, may be at risk for more severe post-trauma symptoms.
This article shows how Bergson's notions of variable lived space and the dynamic character of physical matter could lead to theories of fractal dimension and theories of the creation and expansion of matter.
Gunter, P. A. Y. (Pete Addison Y.), 1936-