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About:China Youth University for Political Sciences is a education organization based out in Beijing, China. It is known for research contribution in the topics: Social work & Beijing. The organization has 83 authors who have published 104 publications receiving 834 citations.
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TL;DR:我t was found that psychoticism and neuroticism were both positively related to Internet addiction and the influence of emotional warmth from parents on Internet addiction was partially mediated by self-esteem.
Abstract:A survey of 2,095 college students in five major cities in China was conducted to examine the influence of personality, parental behaviors, and self-esteem on Internet addiction. We found that psychoticism and neuroticism were both positively related to Internet addiction. The influence of parental behaviors on Internet addition was also significant. However, fathers' and mothers' behaviors had different impacts on their children's likelihood of being addicted to the Internet. Specifically, we found that fathers' rejection and overprotection, and mothers' rejection would increase the risk for Internet addiction. Furthermore, the influence of emotional warmth from parents on Internet addiction was partially mediated by self-esteem. Finally, we found that parental behaviors of mothers and fathers affected males and females differently in terms the risk of being addicted to the Internet.
TL;DR:The degree of increased activation in frontoparietal network was associated with behavioral performance in older adults and the systems neuroscience approach used here may be useful for elucidating the underlying network mechanisms of various brain plasticity processes during healthy aging.
Abstract:Normal aging is associated with cognitive decline and underlying brain dysfunction. Previous studies concentrated less on brain network changes at a systems level. Our goal was to examine these age-related changes of fMRI-derived activation with a common network parcellation of the human brain function, offering a systems-neuroscience perspective of healthy aging. We conducted a series of meta-analyses on a total of 114 studies that included 2035 older adults and 1845 young adults. Voxels showing significant age-related changes in activation were then overlaid onto seven commonly referenced neuronal networks. Older adults present moderate cognitive decline in behavioral performance during fMRI scanning, and hypo-activate the visual network and hyper-activate both the frontoparietal control and default mode networks. The degree of increased activation in frontoparietal network was associated with behavioral performance in older adults. Age-related changes in activation present different network patterns across cognitive domains. The systems neuroscience approach used here may be useful for elucidating the underlying network mechanisms of various brain plasticity processes during healthy aging.
TL;DR:我t is suggested that working memory is impaired in individuals with ASD and may have implications for interventions related to WM impairments in these individuals.
Abstract:Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) are characterized by executive dysfunction, and working memory (WM) comprises one core component of executive function. Many studies have investigated WM impairments in individuals with ASD, however, a conclusive agreement has not been reached. The present study provided a meta-analytic review of WM impairments in individuals with ASD and evaluated potential moderating variables of this problem. Twenty-eight studies were included in this study, and the participants comprised 819 individuals with ASD and 875 healthy controls. A significant WM impairment (Cohen’s d = −0.61) was identified in the individuals with ASD, however, this impairment was not associated with age. Results of moderation analyses showed that (a) spatial WM was more severely impaired than verbal WM and (b) the component of cognitive processing (maintenance vs. maintenance plus manipulation) did not affect the severity of WM impairments. These findings suggest that WM is impaired in individuals with ASD and may have implications for interventions related to WM impairments in these individuals.
TL;DR:The weighted Minkowski distance with interval‐valued PFSs is defined and a practical example is provided to illustrate the application of the proposed approach and demonstrate its practicality and effectiveness.
Abstract:Pythagorean fuzzy set (PFS), proposed by Yager (2013), is a generalization of the notion of Atanassov's intuitionistic fuzzy set, which has received more and more attention. In this paper, first, we define the weighted Minkowski distance with interval-valued PFSs. Second, inspired by the idea of the Pythagorean fuzzy linguistic variables, we define a new fuzzy variable called interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy linguistic variable set (IVPFLVS), and the operational laws, score function, accuracy function, comparison rules, and distance measures of the IVPFLVS are defined. Third, some aggregation operators are presented for aggregating the interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy linguistic information such as the interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy linguistic weighted averaging (IVPFLWA), interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy linguistic ordered weighted averaging (IVPFLOWA) , interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy linguistic hybrid averaging, and generalized interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy linguistic ordered weighted average operators. Fourth, some desirable properties of the IVPFLWA and IVPFLOWA operators, such as monotonicity, commutativity, and idempotency, are discussed. Finally, based on the IVPFLWA or interval-valued Pythagorean fuzzy linguistic geometric weighted operator, a practical example is provided to illustrate the application of the proposed approach and demonstrate its practicality and effectiveness.
TL;DR:我n this paper, a case study approach is used to provide an in-depth analysis of the challenges and outcomes of the Know about Your Business (KAB) program initiated by the International Labour Organisation and piloted at the China Youth University for Political Sciences in Beijing.
Abstract:目的——本文旨在概述of entrepreneurship education in the wider context of the Chinese educational system in transition and raise pertinent questions regarding its direction and future development.Design/methodology/approach – A case study approach is used to provide an in‐depth analysis of the challenges and outcomes of the “Know about your business” (KAB) programme initiated by the International Labour Organisation and piloted at the China Youth University for Political Sciences in Beijing.Findings – The evaluation of the KAB pilot programme showed that it proved largely successful: 43.9 per cent of participating students were very satisfied with it, 52.6 per cent claimed to be satisfied and only 3.5 per cent were not content with it. Student feedback highlighted a small number of problems with this programme, including issues relating to a lack of market research knowledge, limited contact hours, a shortage of business plan models and difficulties in managing related team wo...
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