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Editors: Shohov, Serge P.
Book Description:
Advances in Psychology Research presents original research results on the leading edge of psychology. Each chapter has been carefully selected in an attempt to present substantial advances across a broad spectrum.

Table of Contents:
Preface; COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: Explicit and Implicit Processes of Metacognition (Ron Sun, University of Missouri-Columbia and Robert Mathews, Louisiana Sate University); The Structure and Measurement of Self-Concept for University Students (Russel F. Waugh); BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOLOGY: A Cross Sectional and Prospective Study of Crying in the First Year of Life (Alex McGlaughlin, Nottingham Trent University and Andrew Grayson, The Open University, United Kingdom); COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY: The Structure and Measurements of Self-Concept for University Students (Russell F. Waugh, Edith Cowan University, Western Australia); BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOLOGY: Training Behaviors of the Self-employed in Canada: A Decision Tree Analysis (Xin Ma, University of Alberta, Canada); Attenuation of Shock-Elicited Pain by Electrical Prepulses (Terry D. Blumenthal and Scott M. Duncan, Wake Forest University,); Personality Moderates Relationship between Rating Context Factors and Rating Behavior (Aharon Tziner, Kevin R. Murphy and Jeannette N. Cleveland); SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY: Perceptions of Financial Stability in Retirement: Do Americans Really Know What to Expect? (Joy M. Jacobs-Lawson and Douglas A. Hershey, Oklahoma State University); Resilience of Maltreated Children in the Family (Shifra Sagy, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel); The Political Psychology of Interstate Rivalry (Cameron G. Thies, Louisiana State University); How to make Friends in Virtual Worlds: The Role of Emoticons, Motivation, Sociability and Skepticism (Sonja Utz); DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY: General Trends and Individual Differences: Perspectives on Normal Speech Development (Sharynne McLeod); Index.

      Advances in Psychology Research
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2003
   ISBN: 1-59033-652-6
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