Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 21

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Nova Publishers, Feb 1, 2003 - Psychology - 224 pages
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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. Contents: Preface; Developing Autobiographical Memory in the Cultural Contexts of Parent-Child Reminiscing; Thought Suppression in Phobia: Success and Strategies; Reversal Learning in Concurrent Discriminations in Rats; Teachers' Responses and Expectations Regarding Students with and without LD; The Role of Maternal Input in Facilitating the Development of Children's Personal Narratives; Cross Cultural Variations in the Importance Attributed to Romantic Acts in a Relationship; Attentional Effects on Limb Selection for Reaching in Children: Implications for Defining Handedness; It's Terrible That She's Traumatised, But She Shouldn't Have Led Him On: Ambivalent Attitudes Toward Rape Victims; Index.
 

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Contents

Developing Autobiographical Memory in the Cultural Contexts of ParentChild Reminiscing
3
Thought Suppression in Phobia Success and Strategies
19
Reversal Learning in Concurrent Discriminations in Rats
37
BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOLOGY
75
Teachers Responses and Expectations Regarding Students with and without LD
77
The Role of Maternal Input in Facilitating the Development of Childrens Personal Narratives
91
CrossCultural Variations in the Importance Attributed to Romantic Acts in a Relationship
119
Attentional Effects on Limb Selection for Reaching in Children Implications for Defining Handedness
127
Its Terrible That Shes Traumatized But She Shouldnt Have Led Him On Ambivalent Attitudes Toward Rape Victims
141
Adolescent Development Attachment Theory and Psychopathology
157
EVOLUTIONARY PSYCHOLOGY
183
Erotomania De Clérambaults Syndrome Revisited Clues to its Origin from Evolutionary Theory
185
Contents of Earlier Volumes
213
Index
219
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