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Recent work in the area of risk and evaluations of transgressions and ambiguous events determined that relationship length appeared to moderate people's judgments of these incidents. Essentially, this study demonstrated that when short-term daters (i.e., relationships of 4 to 24 months) were exposed...
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Alzheimer's Disease (AD) is the most prevalent dementia among people over age 65. A wealth of information about the biomedical aspects of the disease stands in counterpoint to the lack of systematic inquiry around the lived experiences of people with AD.
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Recent work in the area of risk and evaluations of transgressions and ambiguous events determined that relationship length appeared to moderate people's judgments of these incidents (Nairn and Boon, 2003). Essentially, this study demonstrated that when short-term daters (i.e., relationships of ...
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The present project focuses on some of the similarities between social cognition, transcendental phenomenology, literary theory, and epistemological hermeneutics.