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Forlorn and Fervent: Religious Radicalization of the Meek
Compensatory Control Theory posits that the belief in an orderly and willed world that is under the control of external or personal forces is an innate human need, and people will use whatever sources of control are at ...
Retaliatory Aggressive Driving: A Justice Perspective
Aggressive driving behaviours such as rude hand gestures, horn honking, tailgating, or causing damage to another vehicle continue to be a threat to motorist well-being. Based on the General Aggression Model and the ...
The Effects of Ostracism on Self-Regulation for Sociotropic and Autonomous Individuals
The present study investigated individual differences in the relation between ostracism and self-regulation. Previous research shows that being excluded leads to reduced performance on tasks that require self-regulation. ...