All Relations between belief and tap

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Kata Sik, Jamie Cummins, Veronika Jo. An implicit measure of growth mindset uniquely predicts post-failure learning behavior. Scientific reports. vol 14. issue 1. 2024-02-14. PMID:38355614. this measure captures the spontaneous truth evaluation of growth- and fixed-mindset statements to tap into implicit beliefs. 2024-02-14 2024-02-17 Not clear
Pascal Schlechter, Thomas Meyer, Nexhmedin Morin. Comparison Is the Thief of Joy? Introducing the Attitudes Towards Social Comparison Inventory. Assessment. 2023-10-25. PMID:37876134. to address this gap, we developed the attitudes toward social comparison inventory (asci) drawing on existing scales that tap into metacognitive beliefs about worrying, self-motives, beliefs about emotions, and the general comparative-processing model. 2023-10-25 2023-11-08 Not clear
Keith E Stanovich, Maggie E Topla. Actively Open-Minded Thinking and Its Measurement. Journal of Intelligence. vol 11. issue 2. 2023-02-24. PMID:36826925. actively open-minded thinking (aot) is measured by items that tap the willingness to consider alternative opinions, sensitivity to evidence contradictory to current beliefs, the willingness to postpone closure, and reflective thought. 2023-02-24 2023-08-14 Not clear
Li Xu, Azam Naserpour, Afsheen Rezai, Ehsan Namaziandost, Zeinab Aziz. Exploring EFL Learners' Metaphorical Conceptions of Language Learning: A Multimodal Analysis. Journal of psycholinguistic research. 2022-02-11. PMID:35147862. the learners' drawings and written descriptions were examined so as to both tap into their mental representations of what 'english learning' means to them and get closer insights into the learners' belief system. 2022-02-11 2023-08-13 Not clear
Carlos M Coelho, Andras N Zsido, Panrapee Suttiwan, Mathias Clase. Super-natural fears. Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews. vol 128. 2021-08-04. PMID:34186152. as suggested by psychological and neuroscientific evidence, they tap into an evolutionarily prepared fear of potential impending dangers or unknown objects and have their roots in "prepared fears" as well as "cognitively prepared beliefs," making fear of supernatural agents a fruitful research avenue for social, anthropological, and psychological inquires. 2021-08-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Helle Marcussen, Peter E Holm, Hans Chr B Hanse. Composition, Flavor, Chemical Foodsafety, and Consumer Preferences of Bottled Water. Comprehensive reviews in food science and food safety. vol 12. issue 4. 2021-01-08. PMID:33412686.  the worldwide consumption of bottled water has experienced an annual increase of 5.5% since 2004 and different authors have speculated that this is due to beliefs of superior flavor and health qualities of bottled water over tap water. 2021-01-08 2023-08-13 Not clear
Keith E Stanovich, Maggie E Topla. The need for intellectual diversity in psychological science: Our own studies of actively open-minded thinking as a case study. Cognition. vol 187. 2020-07-15. PMID:30877847. actively open-minded thinking (aot) is measured by questionnaire items that tap the willingness to consider alternative opinions, the sensitivity to evidence contradictory to current beliefs, the willingness to postpone closure, and reflective thought. 2020-07-15 2023-08-13 human
Neena I Marupudi, Carolyn Harris, Tanya Pavri, Brenna Mell, Rasanjeet Singh, Steven D Ham, Sandeep Soo. The role of lumboperitoneal shunts in managing chronic hydrocephalus with slit ventricles. Journal of neurosurgery. Pediatrics. vol 22. issue 6. 2019-07-08. PMID:30239284. hesitation to utilize lp shunts is based on previous conventional beliefs including the tendency for overdrainage, difficulties accessing the shunt to tap or revise, and risk of progressive cerebellar tonsillar herniation. 2019-07-08 2023-08-13 Not clear
Luka Johanna Debbeler, Martina Gamp, Michael Blumenschein, Daniel Keim, Britta Renne. Polarized but illusory beliefs about tap and bottled water: A product- and consumer-oriented survey and blind tasting experiment. The Science of the total environment. vol 643. 2019-03-29. PMID:30189556. polarized but illusory beliefs about tap and bottled water: a product- and consumer-oriented survey and blind tasting experiment. 2019-03-29 2023-08-13 Not clear
Marc Mézar. Mean-field message-passing equations in the Hopfield model and its generalizations. Physical review. E. vol 95. issue 2-1. 2018-07-09. PMID:28297857. in the "retrieval phase", where neurons polarize in the direction of one memorized pattern, we point out a major difference between the belief propagation and tap equations: the set of belief propagation equations depends on the pattern which is retrieved, while one can use a unique set of tap equations. 2018-07-09 2023-08-13 Not clear
Lauren Eskreis-Winkler, Elizabeth P Shulman, Victoria Young, Eli Tsukayama, Steven M Brunwasser, Angela L Duckwort. Using wise interventions to motivate deliberate practice. Journal of personality and social psychology. vol 111. issue 5. 2017-08-04. PMID:27762575. collectively, these findings provide preliminary support for the heretofore untested hypothesis that deliberate practice submits to the same laws that govern typical forms of effortful behavior, and that wise interventions that tap into these laws can spur short-term gains in adaptive beliefs, deliberate practice, and objectively measured achievement. 2017-08-04 2023-08-13 Not clear
Marta Guadayol, Montserrat Cortina, Josep M Guadayol, Josep Caixac. Determination of dimethyl selenide and dimethyl sulphide compounds causing off-flavours in bottled mineral waters. Water research. vol 92. 2016-12-13. PMID:26852288. sales of bottled drinking water have shown a large growth during the last two decades due to the general belief that this kind of water is healthier, its flavour is better and its consumption risk is lower than that of tap water. 2016-12-13 2023-08-13 Not clear
Joseph Henrich, Robert Boy. How evolved psychological mechanisms empower cultural group selection. The Behavioral and brain sciences. vol 39. 2016-12-13. PMID:27561383. driven by intergroup competition, social norms, beliefs, and practices can evolve in ways that more effectively tap into a wide variety of evolved psychological mechanisms to foster group-beneficial behavior. 2016-12-13 2023-08-13 Not clear
Diane Dupont, Cheryl Waldner, Lalita Bharadwaj, Ryan Plummer, Blair Carter, Kate Cave, Rebecca Zagozewsk. Drinking water management: health risk perceptions and choices in First Nations and non-First Nations communities in Canada. International journal of environmental research and public health. vol 11. issue 6. 2015-01-16. PMID:24886757. in 2009-2010, four first nations communities (three from ontario and one from saskatchewan) and a geographically diverse sample of non-first nations canadians were surveyed about their beliefs concerning health risks from tap water and their spending practices for bottled water as a substitute. 2015-01-16 2023-08-13 human
Margaret T Lynn, Paul S Muhle-Karbe, Henk Aarts, Marcel Bras. Priming determinist beliefs diminishes implicit (but not explicit) components of self-agency. Frontiers in psychology. vol 5. 2015-01-08. PMID:25566155. these findings suggest that free will beliefs have a causal impact on the pre-reflective feeling of being in control of one's actions, and solidify previous proposals that implicit and explicit agency components tap into distinct facets of action awareness. 2015-01-08 2023-08-13 human
E M Parker, A C Gielen, E M McDonald, W C Shields, A R Trump, K M Koon, V Jone. Fire and scald burn risks in urban communities: who is at risk and what do they believe about home safety? Health education research. vol 28. issue 4. 2014-03-26. PMID:23487557. a total of 603 households had their sas and hot tap water temperatures tested and were surveyed about their knowledge and beliefs related to these safety behaviors. 2014-03-26 2023-08-12 Not clear
Rodolfo Gebhardt, Kenneth W. Transversus abdominis plane neurolysis with phenol in abdominal wall cancer pain palliation. Pain physician. vol 16. issue 3. 2014-01-09. PMID:23703432. this result supports our belief that tap block with tap neurolysis is an effective and inexpensive modality that can be used to palliate intractable abdominal wall pain in patients with terminal abdominal cancer. 2014-01-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
Brian J Zikmund-Fisher, Angela Turkelson, Alfred Franzblau, Julia K Diebol, Lindsay A Allerton, Edith A Parke. The effect of misunderstanding the chemical properties of environmental contaminants on exposure beliefs: a case involving dioxins. The Science of the total environment. vol 447. 2013-09-24. PMID:23391895. a majority of residents believed that dioxins can be found in river water that has been filtered to completely remove all particulates, well water, and even city tap water, beliefs which are incongruous with the hydrophobic nature of dioxins. 2013-09-24 2023-08-12 human
N U Ahmed, M F Zeitlin, A S Beiser, C M Super, S N Gershoff, M A Ahme. Community-based trial and ethnographic techniques for the development of hygiene intervention in rural bangladesh. International quarterly of community health education. vol 12. issue 3. 2012-10-02. PMID:20840968. ethnographic techniques were used to identify practices associated with diarrhea, to understand cultural beliefs and reasoning related to causes of diarrhea, and to tap community resources. 2012-10-02 2023-08-12 human
Helen C Boucher, Meghan C O'Dow. Language and the bicultural dialectical self. Cultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology. vol 17. issue 2. 2011-08-01. PMID:21604845. european americans responding in english and bilingual chinese responding in either chinese or english completed several measures designed to tap dialectical thinking and dialectical self-perceptions, including tolerance of contradiction, change in thoughts and behavior over time and context, holistic beliefs, and self-concept inconsistency. 2011-08-01 2023-08-12 Not clear