Herbie Hancock : classic jazz compositions and piano solos by Bill Dobbins (Editor) Herbie Hancock (Author)

By Bill Dobbins (Editor) Herbie Hancock (Author)

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For example, consider a study by Van Berkum and colleagues (2009). This investigation was designed to determine what happens in the brain when people encounter statements that are consistent or inconsistent with their strongly held values and attitudes. To do this, they recruited two groups of participants known to hold opposite views on many social issues. One group (members of a strict Christian church) was known to be against euthanasia, growing equality of women in society, abortion, and the use of drugs.

Is that good or bad for their future relationship? The answer is complex, but research findings indicate that as long as they show some degree of reality or accuracy, it may be beneficial. r­ ealistically, or as we often do, through “rose-colored glasses”? 8). Is that tendency good or bad for their relationships? , accuracy; Fletcher, Simpson, & Boyes, 2006). Positivity and perceived similarity between partners contributes to happiness, but accuracy does too. Many other types of social relationships are also important for people’s ­well-being.

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