Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 10
Contents: Cognitive Psychology -- The oblique effect in the visual perception of orientations; Behavioural psychology: suicidal statements made by children who witness family violence: A black and white comparison; Fear, belief, and terrorism. Social Psychology -- Comparison strategies in response to threat: when does social comparison make a difference?; Linear confirmatory models for MTMM matrices: the case of several indicators per trait-method combination; Gender role stereotyping in television advertisements: a comparative study of British and Serbian television. Biological Psychology -- Perceptions of control over health: implications for sense of self in healthy and ill older adults; Cerebral asymmetry of emotions. Evolutionary Psychology -- Base rate neglect: a focus on the methodology of the engineer-lawyer paradigm.
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Suicidal Statements Made by Children Who Witness Family Violence A Black and White Comparison
Fear Belief and Terrorism
Comparison Strategies in Response to Threat When Does Social Comparison Make a Difference?
Linear Confirmatory Models for MTMM Matrices The Case of Several Indicators Per TraitMethod Combination
Gender Role Stereotyping in Television Advertisements A Comparative Study of British and Serbian Television
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