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Last seen on: Eugene Sheffer – King Feature Syndicate Crossword – Jan 13 2022

Random information on the term “Pleasing”:

Affect, in psychology, refers to the underlying experience of feeling, emotion or mood.

Affective states vary along three principal dimensions: valence, arousal, and motivational intensity.

It is important to note that arousal is different from motivational intensity. While arousal is a construct that is closely related to motivational intensity, they differ in that motivation necessarily implies action while arousal does not.

Affect is sometimes used to mean affect display, which is “a facial, vocal, or gestural behavior that serves as an indicator of affect” (APA 2006).

In psychology, affect brings about an organism’s interaction with stimuli.

Affect can influence cognitive scope (the breadth of cognitive processes). Initially, it was thought that positive affects broadened whereas negative affects narrowed cognitive scope. However, evidence now suggests that affects high in motivational intensity narrow cognitive scope whereas affects low in motivational intensity broaden it. The construct of cognitive scope could be valuable in cognitive psychology.

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Random information on the term “NICE”:

Gillian Catherine Leng CBE is a British health administrator and academic. She is the Chief Executive of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), chair of the Guidelines International Network[dead link] and a visiting professor at King’s College London.

Gillian Leng gained her medical degree from the University of Leeds in 1987, having previously gained a degree in physiology. She completed her house jobs at St James’s University Hospital and subsequently moved to Scotland to work as a senior house officer in cancer care and in accident and emergency. In 1994 she was awarded her MD.

Leng has has been involved in the Cochrane collaboration since its foundation. She worked on clinical trials and epidemiological research in Edinburgh, and in London as a consultant in public health medicine.

She became Deputy Chief Executive at the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) in 2007. In April 2020, during the first COVID-19 lockdown, she succeeded Andrew Dillon as NICE’s CEO. where she oversaw the creation of new guidelines on COVID-19. Previously she was responsible for the initial set up and running of NICE’s clinical guidelines programme, for establishing the NICE implementation function, and for setting up NHS Evidence. She was also responsible for a range of other functions, including the NICE accreditation programme, guideline development in social care, and the NICE programmes of indicators and quality standards.

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