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The adaptive self: Culture and social flexibility in feedback networks

  • Daina Crafa (a1) and Saskia K. Nagel (a2) (a3)
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Culture contextualizes the contents and intentionality of many mental statuses. Cognitive mediation of cultural information shapes these contents and intentionalities, as well as many of the false beliefs of pathology. Flexibility of cognitive mediation processes and resulting beliefs and pathologies may vary by individual, be a key mechanism of the feedback loop, and help characterize network connections.

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