Topic Review
Waste Management Policies and Self-Enhancement Bias
Waste source separation has been a social dilemma globally with a low participation rate. 
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  • 20 Dec 2021
Topic Review
Videogame-Based Training
Virtualized training provides high fidelity environments to practice skills and gain knowledge, potentially mitigating harmful consequences from real life mistakes. Videogames are believed to have characteristics that improve learning. There is conflicting evidence on the benefits of using videogame-based training to improve learning. 
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  • 17 Jun 2022
Topic Review
Videogame-Based Learning
The game characteristic of human interaction has a large positive effect on affective states, and a small but significant effect on declarative knowledge. Additionally, perceived value and active learning were important mechanisms through which human interaction impacted affective states. These emerging areas of research show there are potential avenues for continued research in the application of game-based training and education.
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  • 12 May 2022
Topic Review
Victims of Cyberbullying during COVID-19
In Chile, during the COVID-19 pandemic, reports of cyberbullying victimization increased for adolescents and younger adults. Cyber-victims—adolescents and young adults alike—are at greater risk for mental health problems such as depression as a result of this negative type of aggression. Cyberbullying victimization has negative consequences for mental health across ages. In Chile, during the pandemic, there were increasing reports of this behavior, which is connected with mental health. Thus, the need for prevention programs in the school and other contexts is significant.
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  • 27 Jun 2022
Topic Review
Understanding the Relationship between Migraine and Neuroticism
Headache is the first cause of consultation in neurology, and one of the most frequent reasons for consultation in general medicine. Migraine is one of the most common, prevalent, and socioeconomically impactful disabling primary headache disorders. Neuroticism can be conceptualized as a disposition to suffer anxiety and emotional disorders in general. Neuroticism has been associated with various mental and physical disorders (e.g., chronic pain, depression), including migraine. 
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  • 16 Feb 2022
Topic Review
Understanding Sexual Agency
Debates on human agency, not least female and sexual agency, have permeated the social scientific literature and health educational practice during multiple decades now. This article provides a review of recent agency debates, illustrating how criticisms of traditional conceptions of (sexual) agency have led to a notable diversification of the concept. We propose a comprehensive, inclusive description of sexual agency, focusing on the navigation of goals and desires in the wider structural context, and acknowledging the many forms sexual agency may take. We argue there is no simple relation between sexual agency and sexual health. We propose the following description: Sexual agency refers to a continuum of dynamic, everyday, situated modalities of action related to sexuality in which agents navigate (contrarieties between) personal goals, desires and preferences on the one, and personal living conditions, normative expectations and the wider structural context on the other hand. A diversity of internal (e.g. self-identification) and/or external goals (e.g. maintain social relationships or challenge the status quo) motivate and direct sexually agentic behavior. Sexual agency may aim for change as well as for endurance, continuity and stability. It may be overt or tacit. It varies with individual (e.g. temporal orientation) as well as situational variables (e.g. novelty). Sexual agency may reproduce but also resist and renegotiate (aspects of) prevailing norms and the status quo. There is no simple relation between sexual agency and sexual health or well-being. Modalities of action as well as the constructiveness of their (multiple) effects always depend on personal frames of reference as well as on the opportunities and restrictions provided by the (immediate and distant) personal and structural context, including moral and ideological frameworks and dominant sexual stories.
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  • 21 Oct 2021
Topic Review
Trustworthiness Facets
Trustworthiness facets are considered essential characteristics for assessing the trustworthiness of parties with whom one interacts, such as other people, technologies, or organizations. It is assumed that the better a social media application supports its users in their trustworthiness assessment, the safer and more promising user interactions will be.
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  • 24 Jan 2022
Topic Review Peer Reviewed
Trust in Science and COVID-19
In this entry, trust in science is defined as the reliance, confidence, and dependence on science to understand scientific information. With the outbreak of, and the uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, turning towards science and trusting the specialized knowledge of experts is of particular importance during this period.
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  • 13 Apr 2022
Topic Review
Trend of Interpersonal Trust—Prospects under COVID-19 Pandemic
As an important basis for interpersonal communication and association, interpersonal trust is a significant guarantee for inter-organizational and organizational negotiation and cooperation, a vital factor affecting organizational performance, and a crucial indicator to measure the harmonious and stable development of society.  Retrospecting articles on interpersonal trust is of great importance for understanding its current status and future development in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially, with the widespread use of Big Data and Blockchain. 
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  • 21 Feb 2022
Topic Review
Treatment Effectiveness for Borderline Personality Disorder
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-5 (DSM-5) Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) diagnosis is based on nine criteria, such as feelings of emptiness, affective instability, suicidality and difficulties controlling anger. The estimated prevalence is 1.1% in the Netherlands, 2.7% in the United States and 0.7% in Great Britain. In addition, comorbidity with other disorders is high, and a staggering 75% of BPD patients attempt suicide at least once in their life, and 10% of patients actually commit suicide.
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