By Michael Ben-Avie, Yossi Ives, Kate Loewenthal
This quantity interweaves techniques and techniques from psychology and different social sciences with Jewish principles and practices on the way to tackle modern social matters. This quantity brings jointly pioneering examine from students in such fields as psychology, schooling, and non secular reports. The authors combine insights from Jewish texts and practices with the tools and ideas of the social sciences to create interventions that advertise the health of youngsters, adults, households, groups, and society. Divided into 3 sections – schooling, mental overall healthiness, Society and past– this ebook indicates how this integrationist technique can deepen our figuring out and generate new insights round urgent social demanding situations to affect confident switch within the lives of individuals and communities.
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Continuously regulating behavior and emotions leads to ego depletion, an internal state in which mental energy reserves are exhausted (Baumeister et al. 2007). When students are faced with too many choices, they tend to become self-paralyzed. They may experience a numbness of the mind or a considerable lack of awareness of the environment around them. They may get into accidents or find themselves engaging in reckless behaviors. Conscious decision-making is intense in its consumption of attentional resources.
On one level, Jewish ideas and values informed the development of a research instrument, the Learning and Development Inventory (LDI), which was then used in urban public schools to evaluate the effectiveness of federally funded grants. , future orientation) are explored in Jewish educative settings and then used to provide an explanatory framework for the success of urban, minority students. , Jewish teachings that discourage self-absorption and encourage awareness to people’s interdependence) are seamlessly interwoven with social science research in order to address educational change.