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- socioemotional selectivity theory (sst; developed by stanford psychologist laura l. carstensen) is a life-span theory of motivation. the theory maintains
- because teenage risk-taking is generated by competition between the socioemotional and cognitive-control networks. both go through maturation processes
- socioemotional adaptation theory is a theory of emotional changes ****ociated with alzheimer's disease. the emotional reactions ****ociated with alzheimer's
- values their contributions and cares about their well-being and fulfills socioemotional needs. pos is generally thought to be the organization's contribution
- life-span development laboratory. carstensen is best known in academia for socioemotional selectivity theory, which has illuminated developmental changes in social
- product of interactions between the socioemotional brain network and its cognitive-control network. the socioemotional part of the brain processes social
- options discrimination, the ability to distinguish small differences socioemotional selectivity theory, in social psychology selectivity (electronic),
- for the psychological effect in older adults, see socioemotional selectivity theory. in psychology and cognitive science, the positivity effect is a term