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Publisher and Date:(EMERALD GROUP PUBLISHING LTD, 2020)Purpose - The aim of this study is to understand classroom settings desired by high school students and teachers in an active learning classroom. The research question is whether students and teachers will differ from each other when designing an active learning classroom. Design/methodology/approach - In an effort to design a learning environment for an advanced placement programme, action research methodology was followed by conducting a participatory workshop in a real active learning classroom ...
Facial Masculinity Increases Perceptions of Men's Age, But Not Perceptions of Their Health: Data From an Arab Sample Authors:
Publisher and Date:(SPRINGERNATURE, 2021-06)Masculine characteristics in men's faces are often assumed to function as health cues. However, evidence for this assumption from empirical tests is mixed. For example, research on Western women's face perceptions found that masculinized versions of men's faces were perceived to be older, but not healthier, than feminized versions. Since research on this topic has focused on Western women's face perceptions, we investigated the effects of masculinizing face images on Arab women's perceptions of ...
Publisher and Date:(NATURE RESEARCH, 2021-01)Religions promote cooperation, but they can also be divisive. Is religious cooperation intuitively parochial against atheists? Evidence supporting the social heuristics hypothesis (SHH) suggests that cooperation is intuitive, independent of religious group identity. We tested this prediction in a one-shot prisoner's dilemma game, where 1,280 practising Christian believers were paired with either a coreligionist or an atheist and where time limits were used to increase reliance on either intuitive ...