Advances in Psychology Research. Volume 113

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Alexandra M. Columbus (Editor)

Series: Advances in Psychology Research
BISAC: PSY000000

This book focuses on the latest developments in psychology research. The first chapter examines psychoactive substance use and abuse among individuals living with spinal cord injury. The following chapters discuss the role of time perspective on well-bring, life stratification and mindfulness; the ecological landscape of bilingual memory; provide a discussion on developing EI/empathy of pre-service teachers using SDM as a teaching model; examine the pros and cons of an online prospective memory experiment; religious influence on out-group stereotypes; biophysical aspects of childhood obesity; performance errors and commission errors while performing a prospective memory task under divided attention; and spirituality as an aspect of health behavior and informal care-giving.
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Table of Contents

Preface
pp. vii-xii

Chapter 1
Psychoactive Substance Use and Abuse Among Individuals Living with a Spinal Cord Injury
(Myriane Tétrault, Frédérique Courtois, Centre de Réadaptation en Dépendance de l’Estrie, Sherbooke, Canada, and others)
pp. 1-24

Chapter 2
Emerging Cross-Cultural Research: The Role of Time Perspective on Well-Being, Life Satisfaction and Mindfulness
(Lening A. Olivera-Figueroa, Saumya Asthana, Natalie Odisho, Alejandro L. Ortiz Velez, Kyriah Cuebas and Nanet M. Lopez Cordova, Yale University School of Medicine-Department of Psychiatry, New Haven, CT, USA, and others)
pp. 25-84

Chapter 3
Understanding the Ecological Landscape of Bilingual Memory
(Calliope Haritos, Hunter College School of Education, New York, NY, USA)
pp. 85-104

Chapter 4
Developing EI/Empathy of Pre-Service Teachers using SDM as a Teaching Model Written by Ofra Walter
(Ofra Walter, Senior lecturer in Early childhood Education, “Ohalo” Academic College, Faculty of Education, “Tel Hai” Academic College, Israel)
pp. 105-134

Chapter 5
Online versus In-lab: Pros and Cons of an Online Prospective Memory Experiment
(Anna J. Finley, Suzanna L. Penningroth, Texas A&M University, TX, USA, and others)
pp. 135-162

Chapter 6
Are Out-Group Stereotypes Influenced by Exposure to Religious Content?
(Irene Razpurker-Apfeld and Lipaz Shamoa-Nir, Department of Behavioral Sciences, Zefat Academic College, Israel)
pp. 163-184

Chapter 7
Biopsychosocial Aspects of Childhood Obesity
(Brigitte Jenull, Nadja Frate, Ingrid Salem, University of Klagenfurt/ Alpen-Adria Universität, Institute of Psychology, Universitätsstraße, Klagenfurt, Austria, and others)
pp. 185-204

Chapter 8
Performing a Prospective Memory Task under Divided Attention Might Lead to Increased Performance Errors and Commission Errors
(Angel Muñoz Gómez Andrade, David S. Kreiner, Suzanna L. Penningroth, Joseph J. Ryan, Hyeyeon Hwang, University of Wyoming, WY, USA, and others)
pp. 205-222

Chapter 9
Spirituality as an Aspect of Health Behavior and Informal Care-giving: Expressing Hope, Finding Joy
(Dean D. VonDras, Human Development and Psychology Departments, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, WI, USA)
pp. 223-234

Index
pp. 235-247

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