Mental State

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Read more about Mental State:  In Clinical Psychology and Psychiatry, In Cognitive Psychology and The Philosophy of Mind

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Felony Murder And The Death Penalty In The United States - Proportionality and Felony Murder - Retribution and Deterrence
... the individualized determination incorporates an assessment of the mental state with which the defendant commits a crime, because a more culpable mental state merits a more severe ... defendants who had a sufficiently culpable mental state received the death penalty ...
Assessment Of Suicide Risk - Mental State
... Certain clinical mental state features are predictive of suicide ... An affective state of hopelessness, in other words a sense that nothing will ever get better, is a powerful predictive feature ... High risk is also associated with a state of severe anger and hostility, or with agitation, anxiety, fearfulness, or apprehension ...
Mental State - In Cognitive Psychology and The Philosophy of Mind
... A mental state, a kind of hypothetical state or process that corresponds to thinking and feeling, consisting of a conglomerate of mental representations ...
Application of The Majority Criterion: Controversy
... this, for the word "prefer" can refer to a mental state or to an action a complete statement of the criterion would either refer to actual marks on the ballot showing the required preference, or it ... voting passes this criterion if it means a mental state, approval voting does not pass ... There are presumed to be enough rating categories to express any salient mental preference ...
Motor Cognition and Mental State Understanding
... actions of others with respect to underlying mental states ... (or to what extent it does) for the attribution of mental states to others (often dubbed theory of mind mechanism) ... that stems from the perception-action matching mechanism may support mental state attribution via covert (i.e ...

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