- Another search for the effects of teaching thinking and problem solving skills on college... Inlow, Faye Hakanson; Chovan, William // Journal of Instructional Psychology;Sep93, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p215
Analyzes the effects of teaching thinking and problem solving skills on college students' performance. Instructional programs and materials; Product and process measures; Variation in group means on the thinking appraisal scale; Emergence of indications of between-group differences; Importance...
- The thought that counts. Davies, Paul // New Scientist;5/6/95, Vol. 146 Issue 1976, p26
Focuses on thought experiments. Role of thought experiments in the history of science; Information on how the thought experiment works; Radiation fall out. INSET: Putting the cat among the atoms..
- Attitude is key for these computer users. Holmstrom, David // Christian Science Monitor;5/20/96, Vol. 88 Issue 122, p12
Reports on studies on the impact of human thought on machines' performance, conducted by the Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research Laboratory (PEAR) in Princeton, New Jersey. Experiments with random event generator; Criticisms of PEAR's research; Comments from PEAR officials.
- The positive automatic thoughts questionnaire (ATQ-P) and the automatic thoughts questionnaire -- Revised (ATQ-RP): Equivalent measures of positive thinking? Burgess, Ellen; Haaga, David A. F. // Cognitive Therapy & Research;Feb1994, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p15
Examines two developed measures of positive automatic thought, the positive automatic thought questionnaire (ATQ-P) and the automatic thoughts questionnaire-revised (ATQ-RP). Comparison of ATQ-P and ATQ-RP testing results.
- Omission by Overthinking. Hutson, Matthew // Psychology Today;May/Jun2010, Vol. 43 Issue 3, p30
The article reports on the results of a study on sleep which suggests that overthinking in people with sleep deprivation may lead to erroneous judgments.
- Brain against pain. Munson, Marty; Yeykal, Teresa // Prevention;Jan96, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p50
Reports that research suggests that thinking good thoughts may aid in recovery after surgery. Description of research method; Findings of research in `Psychosomatic Medicine', volume 57, 1995; Discussion of effects of pain; Comments from Dr. Peter Staats.
- Creative people are like sponges. // Self;Jun2000, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p126
Deals with the research which tested a group of creative people on an imagination scale to prove the claim that creative people are like sponges. Effect of stressful movie scene and relaxation tapes on the subject study.
- Final thoughts may be about fitting in. Hamzelou, Jessica // New Scientist;2/26/2011, Vol. 209 Issue 2801, p01
The article reports on research on thoughts that are associated with dying which was conducted using multiple resonance imaging by Markus Quirin of the University of Osnabr�ck in Germany. The research, which involved 17 men with an average age of 23, found that the final thoughts before death...
- What Drives Short-Term Thinking? // BizEd;Sep/Oct2011, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p67
The article focuses on the study by assistant professors of marketing Daniel Bartels and Oleg Urminsky regarding the short-term thinking of people in terms of consumption in the present time or saving the money for the future.