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    Title: 陰陽思維與極端判斷:陰陽思維動態本質的初探
    Authors: 孫蒨如
    Sun, Chien-Ru
    Contributors: 心理系
    Keywords: Yin-Yang Dynamic Thinking;Zhongyong Belief/Value;Extremity Judgments
    Date: 2014-06
    Issue Date: 2018-04-17 12:08:03 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: The author of this paper posits that the essence of the yin-yang thinking Mode which rooted in the Chinese culture,does not lie in the co-existence of two seemingly opposing extremes,yin and yang,but lies in its emphasis on its dynamic nature,i.e.,change from yin to yang or yang to yin. The purpose of present study was to develop an instrument to capture this dynamic nature and to test the hypothesis that individuals with more frequent yin-yang reversals tend to make less extreme judgments when assessing extreme life-events.Since there was no previous research studied the dynamic nature of the yin-yang thinking mode,the author designed a “story-completion” task and asked the participants to complete some unfinished happy or adverse stories. The frequency of yin-ying reversals in the finished stories collected from the participants,served as an index of the degree to which they employed the yin-yang dynamic thinking. It was found that this index was not significantly correlated with the participants’ zhongyong belief/value,the complexity of attribution,self-esteem or the need for cognition scores,suggesting that the frequency tap a distinct concept different from those related concepts. In addition,the results of this study supported the hypothesis that the more frequently the individuals’ used the yin-yang dynamic thinking in their finished stories,the less extreme judgments they made afterwards about the finished stories. This relationship was stronger when individuals showed more frequent reversals from positive to negative,than from negative to positive.
    Relation: 中國社會心理學評論, No.7, pp.108-130.
    Data Type: article
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