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Ohm

A Swedish unit of volume approximately equivalent to 150 liters.
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In sum, individuals who know, understand and regulate feelings might deal better with emotional issues, engaging in positive reinterpretations of events and experiencing greater life satisfaction (Gohm & Clore, 2002).
Gohm (2003) encontro que el 63% de los esquizotipicos tenia una alta intensidad y atencion emocional, una tendencia a abrumarse emocionalmente asi como una baja claridad emocional.
This high-risk population of women is more vulnerable because they are young, dating, and involved in the campus party scene (Cass, 2007; Gross, Winslett, Roberts, & Gohm, 2006; Fisher et al.).
Lack of interest in school work made it difficult to keep their attention on what they were doing, failure to pay attention in class had lowered their grades, they did only enough to get by unless they really liked a course, and they were less likely to do more than the course required (Gohm et al., 1998, p.
Age displays its conventional U shape with happiness, being higher among the young and older age groups (see Lucas and Gohm 2000, Argyle 1999).
La claridad con la que son percibidos y distinguidos tales estados se ha correlacionado con la mayor utilizacion de estrategias "activas" y cognitivas, y con un menor uso de la evitacion, de la negacion y de la modulacion o supresion de la respuesta fisiologica (Gohm y Clore, 2002, gross y john, 2003).
Research examining the nature of the relationship between male initiators and female victims indicates that sexual coercion is more likely to occur in more intimate relationships (for an early review see Craig, 1990; Gross, Winslett, Roberts, & Gohm, 2006; Lannutti & Monahan, 2004; O'Sullivan, & Byers, 1993; O'Sullivan et al., 1998).
Gohm, Humphreys, and Yao (1998) reported that visual-spatial students are more likely to attend business or vocational schools as opposed to 4-year universities, and that they often plan on working for a few years before beginning postsecondary education.
A number of researchers have also found significant relationships between subjective well-being (satisfaction with life) and marital status (see Diener, Gohm, Suh, & Oishi, 2000).
Sobre esta linea, Gohm (2003) examino en tres estudios las diferencias que existen sobre como los jovenes experimentan sus emociones (rasgos de la meta y claridad de la emocion, de la atencion y de la intensidad), lo que condujo al autor a identificar cuatro tipos distintos: abrumado, caliente, cerebral y frio.