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- because teenage risk-taking is generated by competition between the socioemotional and cognitive-control networks. both go through maturation processes
- selectivity, in pharmacology functional selectivity, in pharmacology socioemotional selectivity theory, in social psychology reactivity–selectivity principle
- socioemotional selectivity theory (developed by stanford psychologist, laura carstensen) is a life-span theory of motivation. the theory maintains that
- values their contributions and cares about their well-being and fulfills socioemotional needs. pos is generally thought to be the organization's contribution
- product of interactions between the socioemotional brain network and its cognitive-control network. the socioemotional part of the brain processes social
- vary in their susceptibility to rearing influence. as a theory of socioemotional development, attachment theory has implications and practical applications
- vocabulary test-revised scores. in 10 year-old children who have suffered socioemotional deprivation, the left uncinate fasciculus shows reduced fractional anisotropy
- kindergarten of age-eligible children in order to allow extra time for socioemotional, intellectual, or physical growth. this occurs most frequently where