Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 56
Nova Publishers, 2008 - Psychology - 195 pages
'Advances in Psychology Research' presents original research results on the leading edge of psychology research. Each article has been carefully selected in an attempt to present substantial psychology advances across a broad spectrum.
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THE INFLUENCE OF BODY WEIGHT AND SHAPE IN DETERMINING FEMALE AND MALE PHYSICAL ATTRACTIVENESS
VOLUMETRIC HIPPOCAMPAL DIFFERENCES AFFECT FMRI DIFFERENCES IN THE BRAIN FUNCTIONAL ACTIVATION FOR ALZHEIME...
PHASE SYNCHRONIZATION AT DIFFERENT FREQUENCY BANDS INDUCED BY THE EMOTIONAL FILM STIMULI OF HAPPINESS SADN...
THE WAKE OF CONSILIENCE PRODUCES MONSTERS EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY SOCIAL CONSTRUCTION AND A BIOSEMIOTIC ...
PSYCHOSOCIAL PROFILE OF UNSUCCESSFUL UNIVERSITY STUDENT PERSONALITY AND MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS REVISITED
PSYCHOLOGICAL INFLUENCES UPON CHILD NUTRITION AND WEIGHT GAIN
IMPACT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL DISTRESS IN INFERTILE JAPANESE WOMEN
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