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Adaptive Memory: Survival Processing and Social Isolation.
Leding JK and Toglia MP. Evol Psychol 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 30025466
Social isolation was examined to assess its potential influence on the survival processing effect, which shows that individuals are more likely to remember something when it is processed with regard to their survival. ...The results are discussed with regard to the self-reference effect and the object-function account of the survival processing effect....
Social isolation was examined to assess its potential influence on the survival processing effect, which shows that individuals are m …
Algorithms for survival: a comparative perspective on emotions.
Bach DR and Dayan P. Nat Rev Neurosci 2017 - Review. PMID 28360419
Here, we use Bayesian decision theory to address key complexities in this field and conceptualize emotions in terms of their relationship to survival-relevant behavioural choices. ...
Here, we use Bayesian decision theory to address key complexities in this field and conceptualize emotions in terms of their relationship to …
Survival.
Zimmerman MD, et al. Ann Intern Med 1997. PMID 9273834
Wilderness survival.
Morton PM and Kummerfeldt P. Emerg Med Clin North Am 2004. PMID 15163577
This introduction to wilderness survival discusses basic survival rules and psychology, essential equipment, and selected survival skills, including shelter building, fire starting, water acquisition, signaling, and navigation. Among the litany of other survival topics in the literature, these skills are the most important. An effort has been made to concentrate on the skills and lessons that are simple, straightforward, and most easily used in a wilderness emergency. ...
This introduction to wilderness survival discusses basic survival rules and psychology, essential equipment, and select …
The survival advantage: Underlying mechanisms and extant limitations.
Kazanas SA and Altarriba J. Evol Psychol 2015 - Review. PMID 25947360
s (2007) original findings, in addition to the research designs that fail to replicate the survival advantage. In other words, there are specific manipulations in which survival processing does not appear to benefit memory any more than other strategies. Potential mechanisms for the survival advantage are described, with an emphasis on those that are the most plausible. These proximate mechanisms outline the memory processes that may contribute to the advantage, although the ultimate mechanism may be the congruity between the survival scenario and Pleistocene problem-solving....
s (2007) original findings, in addition to the research designs that fail to replicate the survival advantage. In other words, there …
Survival phenotype, selfish individual versus Darwinian phenotype.
Garay J, et al. J Theor Biol 2017. PMID 28684294
The activities of an individual determine the fecundity and the survival probability of individuals, moreover each activity takes time. ...We concentrate on the following phenotypes defined by optimization of different objective functions: selfish individual (maximizes the average offspring number during life span), survival phenotype (maximizes the probability of non-extinction of descendants) and Darwinian phenotype (maximizes the phenotypic growth rate). ...
The activities of an individual determine the fecundity and the survival probability of individuals, moreover each activity takes tim …
'Why didn't you write a not-for-cardiopulmonary resuscitation order?' Unexpected death or failure of process?
Levinson M, et al. Aust Health Rev 2018. PMID 27978419
We determined doctors' expectations of survival after CPR for their patient, whether they had considered a not-for-resuscitation (NFR) order and the barriers to completion of NFR orders. ...
We determined doctors' expectations of survival after CPR for their patient, whether they had considered a not-for-resuscitation (NFR …
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