ID 110080
Title Transcription
ダイガクセイ ニオケル テキイ キゾク バイアス ト ニンチ キノウ ノ カンレン
Title Alternative
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HOSTILE ATTRIBUTIONAL BIAS AND COGNITIVE FUNCTION IN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Author
Kawai, Nao Department of Pediatrics, Osaka City Juso Hospital
Takeda, Tomoya Department of Psychiatry, Tokushima University Hospital
Yokose, Yosuke Adult Day Survis WAON, Taokahigashi Hospital
Sakai, Motohiro Graduate school of Socio-Arts and Sciences, Tokushima University Tokushima University Educator and Researcher Directory KAKEN Search Researchers
Keywords
Hostile attributional bias
Anger
Cognitive function
Content Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
Description
This study examined relationship among hostile attributional bias, anger and cognitive function.
In the study 1, we examined relationship between hostile attributional bias and states of anger in university students. As a result, the hostility attribution bias of college students was confirmed. Because there was
university students who indicated high hostility attribution in an unclear intention of the other. In addition, the tendency of the university stude nt’s intention attribution is significantly higher in when the other is acquaintance. And, it was indicated that the university students showed more strong hostility attribution bias to friends than the others. A positive correlation was found between hostility attribution bias and state anger. It was shown that the hostility attributable bias group often experiences
hostile interpretation, anger feeling even in daily life.
In Study 2, we examined the relationship between execution function, hostility attribution bias and anger expression. As the result, high cognitive flexibility group indicated significantly higher score than the low group in unintentional attribution. We examined the relationship between performance function and anger expression, but no significant difference was found. From these results, it is considered that the high cognitive flexibility group can be made various intention attributions in a situation where the intention of the other is unclear.
Journal Title
徳島大学人間科学研究
ISSN
21873968
NCID
AA12675043
Volume
24
Start Page
67
End Page
87
Sort Key
67
Published Date
2016
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language
jpn
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departments
Integrated Arts and Sciences