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The effect of age and sensation seeking on pedestrian crossing safety in a virtual reality street.

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Source(s): Transportation Research: Part F. Jul2022, Vol. 88, p99-110. 12p.

Abstract: • We investigated the effects of age and sensation seeking on pedestrian crossing in a virtual reality environment. • The start delay of children to cross was shorter than adolescents and young adults when the traffic was easier to cross. • High sensat...

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Dopamine increases risky choice while D2 blockade shortens decision time.

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Source(s): Experimental Brain Research. Dec2022, Vol. 240 Issue 12, p3351-3360. 10p.

Abstract: Dopamine is crucially involved in decision-making and overstimulation within dopaminergic pathways can lead to impulsive behaviour, including a desire to take risks and reduced deliberation before acting. These behavioural changes are side effects of t...

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Parental affective personality and children's self‐reported internalising and externalising behaviour.

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Source(s): Social Development. Nov2022, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p1001-1019. 19p. 1 Diagram, 5 Charts, 3 Graphs.

Abstract: Past research has demonstrated associations between parental personality traits and children's behaviour. However, fathers have been largely excluded from this research, and mothers often rate both their own personality and their child's behaviour, con...

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Taking risks to feel excitement: Detailed personality profile and genetic associations.

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Source(s): European Journal of Personality. Nov2022, Vol. 36 Issue 6, p965-990. 26p.

Abstract: This study mapped the personality and genetics of risky excitement-seekers focusing on skydiving behavior. We compared 298 skydivers to 298 demographically matched controls across the NEO Personality Inventory-3 domains, facets, and 240 items. The most...

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The Tsunamic Model of LGBTQ+ Deaths of Despair: A Systemic Review to Identify Risk Factors for Deaths of Despair Among LGBTQ+ People.

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Source(s): Journal of Homosexuality. 2022, Vol. 69 Issue 13, p2167-2187. 21p. 1 Diagram.

Abstract: The term Deaths of Despair (DOD) was introduced to capture the phenomenon of mortality associated with suicide, drug overdose, and alcoholic liver disease. The LGBTQ+ population consistently evidences disproportionately high rates of DOD. This study re...

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Early adolescent psychological adaptation differences by stress-coping profiles: a latent transition analysis.

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Source(s): Anxiety, Stress & Coping. Sep2022, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p574-591. 18p. 5 Charts, 3 Graphs.

Abstract: This study sought to reveal adolescent coping profiles by focusing on the combination of help-seeking and active/passive coping styles, and to compare affective and school adaptation levels across different profiles. One-year longitudinal data were col...

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Interest and Utility of MC1R Testing for Melanoma Risk in Dermatology Patients with a History of Nonmelanoma Skin Cancer.

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Source(s): Journal of Skin Cancer. 7/31/2022, p1-9. 9p.

Abstract: Public access to genetic information is increasing, and community dermatologists may progressively encounter patients interested in genetic testing for melanoma risk. Clarifying potential utility will help plan for this inevitability. We determined int...

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Fear of death among voluntary migrants -- qualitative pilot study.

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Source(s): Archives of Psychiatry & Psychotherapy. 2022, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p32-36. 5p.

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Abstract: The studies presented here were aimed at answering the following questions: do voluntary migrants, when deciding to cross borders illegally, take into account the risk of losing their life, how much they fear it, and whether personality traits, such as...

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Individual predictors of lie acceptability across development.

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Source(s): European Journal of Developmental Psychology. Sep2022, Vol. 19 Issue 5, p696-710. 15p.

Abstract: Deception is a common phenomenon in everyday life, yet some people generally lie more than others and some people consider lying more acceptable than others do. Current knowledge about lie acceptability across development or about the individual differ...

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