Advances in Psychology Research, Volume 15
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: Behavioral Psychology -- The development of alcohol habits in a Swedish male birth cohort; Exploring the instrumental versus non-instrumental aspects of procedural fairness: The usefulness of a person x situation approach; Assessment of death anxiety among Chinese: A study of reliability and validity; Teachers' beliefs about creativity; Biological Psychology -- Neuropsychological bases of creativity.
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ABDUCTION IN POSTMODERN RESEARCH
PSYCHOLOGY AS THE STUDY OF MIND AND BEHAVIOR TWO PERSPECTIVES ONE PSYCHOLOGY
A NEW PSYCHOLOGICAL CONCEPTUALIZATION OF THE SEXUAL PSYCHOPATH
THE SOLUTION OF TWO CONCURRENT MATCHING OR NONMATCHINGTOSAMPLE AND SAMEDIFFERENT DISCRIMINATION LEARN...
NEED TO EVALUATE AND THE BIGFIVE FACTOR MODEL OF PERSONALITY
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ALCOHOL HABITS IN A SWEDISH MALE BIRTH COHORT
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