Mind and Body Research Summaries. Volume 1

Lucille T. Cacioppo (Editor)

Series: New Developments in Medical Research, Health Psychology Research Focus
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This new book is the first in a series of three volumes compiling research summaries with a focus on the mind and body. The summaries include contributions from authors across the globe with different expertise foundations. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical )

Preface xxi

Chapter 1. Maternal Aggression, Oxytocin and Prolactin 1
(Angelica Rosat Consiglio)

Chapter 2. Behavioural Neurobiology of Aggression: From Perception
to Action 3
(Siegfried Tuinier, Willem M. A. Verhoeven and Jos I. M. Egger)

Chapter 3. They Fight for Their Mate – MSP as a Potential Determinant of Male Dominance and Aggressiveness in Fish 5
(Ziv Machnes, Ramy Avtalion and Jeremy Don)

Chapter 4. Affective-Cognitive Regulation of Aggressive Behaviors 7
(Farzaneh Pahlavan and Emna Nemlaghi-Manis)

Chapter 5. The Interactive Roles of Parental Rejection and Noradrenergic Activation on Aggression in At-Risk Youth 9
(Sara Chiara Haden and Angela Scarpa)

Chapter 6. A Comparison of Able-Bodied and Disabled Hockey Players’ Perceptions and Attitudes towards the Use of Aggressive Behavior 11
(Chris J. Gee)

Chapter 7. The Role of Plasma Cortisol in Conduct Problems
and Antisocial Traits in Latency-Age Girls 13
(Laura Stoppelbein, Leilani Greening and Paula J. Fite)

Chapter 8. Is there Correlation between Violence, Stakes
and Fair Play in Sport? 15
(Sébastien Guilbert)

Chapter 9. Children’s Automatic Categorization of Aggression According to Gender-Based Categories 17
(Tiziana Pozzoli and Gianluca Gini)

Chapter 10. Violence Attribution Errors among Low-Risk
and High-Risk Juvenile Offenders 19
(Vicki L. Waytowich. and Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie)

Chapter 11. Genetics of Human Aggression and Related Traits 21
(Bettina von der Pahlen, Pekka Santtila
and Mauri Marttunen)

Chapter 12. Foraging Behavior and Raptorial Character in Giant
Water Bug 23
(Shin-ya Ohba)

Chapter 13. Aggressive Behavior: Lessons from Individuals
with Prade-Willi Syndrome-like Phenotype 25
(Carla Sustek D’Angelo)

Chapter 14. Does Affiliative Body Contact Repair Relationships
among Bottlenose Dolphins 27
(Nana Tamaki and Tadamichi Morisaka)

Chapter 15. Why are Aggression and Violence Understood and Justified Differently within the Context of Competitive Sport? 29
(Chris J. Gee)

Chapter 16. Aggressiveness and Forgivingness 31
(Mélanie Gauché and Etienne Mullet)

Chapter 17. Grandiose and Vulnerable Narcissism: Underlying Dimensions and Correlates 33
(Jennifer M. Boldero, Richard C. Bell and Carol A. Hulbert)

Chapter 18. Which 5?: Examining Personality Pathology with the Five Factor Model and Personality Psychopathology-5 35
(Hilary L. DeShong, Stephanie N. Mullins-Sweatt
and Thomas A. Widiger)

Chapter 19. Forensic and Non-forensic Mental Health Nurses’
Approach to Personality/Psychopathic Disorders: ‘Clinical’ versus ‘Management’ Perspectives 37
(Matt Bowen and Tom Mason)

Chapter 20. The Millon Clinical Multiaxial Inventory–III (MCMI-III)
and the Personality Disorder Questionnaire-4+ (PDQ-4+)
in a Mixed Italian Psychiatric Sample 39
(Gioia Bottesi, Caterina Novara, Marta Ghisi, Stefano Ferracuti, Margherita Lang, Ezio Sanavio and Alessandro Zennaro)

Chapter 21. Personal Strivings as a Predictor of Emotional Intelligence 41
(Ferenc Margitics and Zsuzsa Pauwli)

Chapter 22. Cultural Variation in Nightmare: A Content Analysis 43
(Kuang-ming Wu and Ruth Chu-lien Chao)

Chapter 23. Health-Related Internet Discussion Groups as a Source
of Social Support 45
(Craig D. Murray, Rachel van Schaick and Jezz Fox)

Chapter 24. Organizational Safety Climate: Impact of Gender
on Perception of Workplace Safety 47
(Seth Ayim Gyekye and Simo Salminen)

Chapter 25. Extraversion and Perceived Energy: Direct and Indirect
Impacts on Stress and Health 49
(Dave Korotkov)

Chapter 26. Job Satisfaction and Organisational Commitment:
The Effect of Gender 51
(Norazah Mohd Suki and Norbayah Mohd Suki)

Chapter 27. The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Nursing: An Overview 53
(José María Augusto Landa and Esther López-Zafra)

Chapter 28. The Role of Dispositional Optimism in Health Related
Quality of Life among Health Care Professionals with Musculoskeletal Pain 55
(George N. Lyrakos and Georgia Kostopanagiotou)

Chapter 29. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in Refugee Communities:
The Importance of Culturally Sensitive Screening, Diagnosis, and Treatment 57
(Theodore W. McDonald and Jaime N. Sand)

Chapter 30. From Internalizing to Externalizing: Theoretical Models
of the Processes Linking PTSD to Juvenile Delinquency 59
(Patricia K. Kerig and Stephen P. Becker)

Chapter 31. Psychosocial Resilience Factors in the Aftermath of Potentially Traumatic Events in Adulthood: An Integrated Model 61
(Gabriele Prati and Luca Pietrantoni)

Chapter 32. Genetic Markers in Suicidal and Non-suicidal Veterans
with Combat-related Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 63
(Nela Pivac, Dragica Kozarić-Kovačić, Gordana Nedić,
Matea Nikolac, Maja Mustapić, Ana Babić, Mirjana Grubišić-Ilić,
Zrnka Kovačić and Dorotea Mück-Šeler)

Chapter 33. Psychobiological Aspects of Stress: Resilient Life
through Successful Allostasis 65
(Masashi Nibuya, Teppei Tanaka, Yasushi Satoh
and Soichiro Nomur)

Chapter 34. Cervical Sympathetic Ganglion Block: New Hope for PTSD Relief 67
(Eugene Lipov)

Chapter 35. Defining Traumatic Events: An Examination of the A Criteria 69
(Adriel Boals, Amanda Kraha, Jonathan B. Banks
and Darnell Schuettler)

Chapter 36. Utilization of Distal Technologies to Meet the Needs
of Rural Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual
Assault 71
(Matt J. Gray, Christina M. Hassija, Rex Gantenbein,
Robert Wolverton, Thomas James and Barbara Robinson)

Chapter 37. Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Both Result and Cause
of Terror and Suicidal Behavior in Adolescents 73
(Debora Ganz and Leo Sher)

Chapter 38. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and its Determinants
in Survivors after Coal Mining Disaster 75
(Magdalena Kaczmarek, Bogdan Zawadzki and Jan Strelau)

Chapter 39. Child Aggressive Behavior: Risk Factors, Assessment and Treatment 77
(Tammy D. Barry, Stephanie H. Bader, Ferne A. Pinard
and Erica Prentkowski)

Chapter 40. They Fight for Their Mate – MSP as a Potential Determinant of Male Dominance and Aggressiveness in Fish 79
(Ziv Machnes, Ramy Avtalion and Jeremy Don)

Chapter 41. Affective-Cognitive Regulation of Aggressive Behaviors 81
(Farzaneh Pahlavan and Emna Nemlaghi-Manis)

Chapter 42. The Interactive Roles of Parental Rejection and Noradrenergic Activation on Aggression in At-Risk Youth 83
(Sara Chiara Haden and Angela Scarpa)

Chapter 43. A Comparison of Able-Bodied and Disabled Hockey
Players’ Perceptions and Attitudes towards the Use
of Aggressive Behavior 85
(Chris J. Gee)

Chapter 44. The Role of Plasma Cortisol in Conduct Problems
and Antisocial Traits in Latency-Age Girls 87
(Laura Stoppelbein, Leilani Greening and Paula J. Fite)

Chapter 45. Anger Regulation in Negotiations 89
(Emma C. Fabiansson and Thomas F. Denson)

Chapter 46. Is there Correlation between Violence, Stakes
and Fair Play in Sport? 91
(Sébastien Guilbert)

Chapter 47. Children’s Automatic Categorization of Aggression According to Gender-Based Categories 93
(Tiziana Pozzoli and Gianluca Gini)

Chapter 48. Violence Attribution Errors among Low-Risk and
High-Risk Juvenile Offenders 95
(Vicki L. Waytowich and Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie)

Chapter 49. Genetics of Human Aggression and Related Traits 97
(Bettina von der Pahlen, Pekka Santtila
and Mauri Marttunen)

Chapter 50. Foraging Behavior and Raptorial Character in Giant Water Bug 99
(Shin-ya Ohba)

Chapter 51. Aggressive Behavior: Lessons from Individuals with Prade-Willi Syndrome-like Phenotype 101
(Carla Sustek D’Angelo)

Chapter 52. Does Affiliative Body Contact Repair Relationships
among Bottlenose Dolphins 103
(Nana Tamaki and Tadamichi Morisaka)

Chapter 53. Why are Aggression and Violence Understood and
Justified Differently within the Context of Competitive Sport? 105
(Chris J. Gee)

Chapter 54. Aggressiveness and Forgivingness 107
(Mélanie Gauché and Etienne Mullet)

Chapter 55. Acts of the Body: Trilogy on Pathologies of Narcissism
Related to the Body 109
(Léla Chikhani-Nacouz, Hélène Issa and Mounir Chalhoub)

Chapter 56. Relationship Paradox: The Spiritual Quest for Union
and Freedom 111
(Kendell Thornton)

Chapter 57. Studies of Grief and Bereavement 113
(Shulamith Kreitler and Henya Shanun-Klein)

Chapter 58. Suicide from a Global Perspective: Psychosocial Approaches 115
(Amresh Shrivastava, Megan Kimbrell and David Lester)

Chapter 59. The Phenomenology of Hypnotic Interactions 117
(Katalin Varga)

Chapter 60. The Walk of Shame 119
(Mira Moshe and Nicoleta Corbu)

Chapter 61. Together and Lonely: Loneliness in Intimate Relationships – Causes and Coping 121
(Ami Rokach and Ami Sha'ked)

Chapter 62. Wayfinding through Life's Challenges: Coping and Survival 123
(Kathryn M. Gow and Marek J. Celinski)

Chapter 63. What Is an Emotion? 125
(Changiz Mohiyeddini and Stephanie Bauer)

Chapter 64. Emotional Action: An Ideomotor Model 129
(Andreas B. Eder and Klaus Rothermund)

Chapter 6. Culture and Conceptual Contents of Emotion 131
(Stacey N. Doan)

Chapter 66. Research on Emotions in Developmental Psychology
Contexts: Hot Topics, Trends, and Neglected Research
Domains 133
(Günter Krampen and Lisa Trierweiler)

Chapter 67. Social Referencing in Infancy: Important Findings
and Future Directions 135
(Lindsay E. Vandivier and Matthew J. Hertenstein)

Chapter 68. Anxiety and Cognitive Performance 137
(Michael W. Eysenck)

Chapter 69. Psychology of Emotion and Its Application in
Educational Settings 139
(Kristin Bitan, Anna Haep and Gisela Steins)

Chapter 70. Emotionality in Mathematical Problem Solving 141
(Alex M. Moore and Mark H. Ashcraft)

Chapter 71. The Self-conscious Emotions of Guilt, Shame
and Pride in Education 143
(Shaalan Farouk)

Chapter 72. Emotion and Psychopathology 145
(Stephanie Bauer and Changiz Mohiyeddini)

Chapter 73. Emotion and Genetics 147
(Christian Montag, Brian W. Haas and Martin Reuter)

Chapter 74. Rumination and Emotions 149
(Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Vera Vine and Kirsten Gilbert)

Chapter 75. Strengthening Positive Functioning in Children
Growing up Amidst Political and Military Violence: The Role
of Emotions in Adjusting to Trauma 151
(Guido Veronese and Marco Castiglioni)

Chapter 76. Emotion and Obesity 153
(Allan Jones)

Chapter 77. Differential Effects of Negative Metacognitions
and Positive Metacognitions and Meta-Emotions
on Anxiety and Depression 155
(Nils Beer)

Chapter 78. Sensation Seeking and Emotion 159
(Nico Liebe and Marcus Roth)

Chapter 79. The Influence of Light on Mood and Emotion 161
(Elisabeth M. Weiss and Markus Canazei)

Chapter 80. Affective Reactions to Physical Activity, Exercise
and the Activities of Daily Living: A Review 163
(Wolfgang Schlicht, Annelie Reicherz and Martina Kanning)

Chapter 81. Emotions and Performance: Valuable Insights from the Sports Domain 165
(Sylvain Laborde, Markus Raab and Fabrice Dosseville)

Chapter 82. Mindfulness and Emotions 167
(Sara LeBlanc and Changiz Mohiyeddini)

Chapter 83. Emotions and Creativity 169
(Jessica D. Hoffmann 0

Chapter 84. The Psychobiology of Disgust 171
(Sonja Rohrman and Anne Schienle)

Chapter 85. Self-Leadership, Self-Regulation and Emotion Regulation: Is There a Common Regulatory Core? 173
(Marco R. Furtner and Laura N. Hiller)

Chapter 86. Improving Emotional Competence in Adults 175
(Moïra Mikolajczak, Ilios Kotsou and Delphine Nelis)

Chapter 87. Emotional Intelligence 177
(Marc Brackett and Nicole Elbertson)

Chapter 88. Adaptive Emotional Functioning: A Comprehensive Model
of Emotional Intelligence 181
(Nicola S. Schutte and John M. Malouff)

Chapter 89. Regulating the Impact of Emotions to Improve Decisions 183
(Kathleen E. Darbor and Heather C. Lench)

Chapter 90. Sleep, Memory and Emotions 185
(Małgorzata Wisłowska, Gabriela G. Werner, Tina Möckel,
Dominik P.J. Heib, Kerstin Hoedlmoser and Manuel Schabus)

Chapter 91. Oxytocinergic Modulation of Emotional Processes in Social Interactions 187
(Anthony Lane, Olivier Luminet and Moïra Mikolajczak)

Chapter 92. Coping with Climate Change: Bringing Psychological
Adaptation in from the Cold 189
(Joseph P. Reser, Graham L. Bradley and Michelle C. Ellul)

Chapter 93. The Search for Meaning: A Framework for How Individuals
Cope with Bereavement and Other Existential Stressors 191
(Benjamin Lord, Sandra Gramling and Stephen M. Auerbach)

Chapter 94. Parental Coping, Emotional Resources and Children's
Adjustment: Theory, Empirical Evidence, and Interventional Implications 193
(Michal Al-Yagon and Malka Margalit)

Chapter 95. Economic Coping and Heads of Households’ Perception
of Health 195
(Kenya L. Covington, Luciana Lagana, Theresa R. White
and Lisa Bratton)

Chapter 96. Coping in a Relational Context: The Case of Dyadic Coping 197
(Iafrate Raffaella and Donato Silvia)

Chapter 97. Flow as a Way of Coping – A Qualitative Study
of the Metacognitions of Flow 199
(Edith E. Wilson and Giovanni B. Moneta)

Chapter 98. How to Cope with Work-Family Conflicts in an International Career Context? 201
(Liisa Mäkelä, Kati Saarenpää, Vesa Suutari and Olivier Wurtz)

Chapter 99. Adolescence: Sequence of Coping Behaviours 203
(Donna-Maria B. Maynard)

Chapter 100. How Differential Coping Styles in Rodents May Explain Differences in Disease Susceptibility in Humans 205
(Gretha J. Boersma)

Chapter 101. Factors That Influence Coping Self-Efficacy after Trauma 207
(Christina L. Meads and Melanie D. Hetzel-Riggin)

Chapter 102. The Early Years Coping Project: Building a Shared Language of Coping 209
(Erica Frydenberg, Jan Deans and Rachel Liang)

Chapter 103. Coping, Social Support and Psychosomatic Status of Health Professionals – A Hungarian Experience 211
(Mariann Kovács, Eszter Kovács and Mária Kopp)

Chapter 104. The Role of Enacted and Perceived Dyadic Coping for Young Couples’ Satisfaction 213
(Donato Silvia and Parise Miriam)

Chapter 105. Anxiety and Severity of Illicit Substance Use in Adolescence: Evaluating the Mediating Role of Perceived Coping Styles 215
(Grégoire Zimmermann and Pablo Cascone)

Chapter 106. Coping and Emotional Responses to Surgery by Injured Professional Rugby Union Players 217
(F. Carson and R. C. J. Polman)

Chapter 107. Coping in Parents of Children with Congenital Heart Disease 219
(Karolijn Dulfer, Willem A. Helbing and
Elisabeth M. W. J. Utens)

Chapter 108. The Truth Behind “The Bigger the Better”: Muscle Dysmorphia as an Expression of Cultural and Social Standard Influence 221
(Emiliano Santarnecchi and Davide Dèttore)

Chapter 109. Middle East Meets West: A Cross-National
Examination of Body Image and Health Behaviors in Jordan
and the United States 223
(Teresa K. King, Brendan J. Morse, Heidi Woofenden,
Molly Copithorne, Bonnie Dunigan and Zeely Sylvia)

Chapter 110. A Review of Body Image and Sexuality in
Breast Cancer Survivors: A Cognitive Behavioral Approach 225
(Rebecca Clausius Hunter and Christie A. Befort)

Chapter 111. Determining Beauty: Body Dissatisfaction among African American, Asian American, and Latina Women 227
(Sarah J. Javier, Jasmine A. Abrams, Morgan L. Maxwell
and Faye Z. Belgrave)

Chapter 112. Drive for Muscularity: A Central Aspect of Men´s Body Image 229
(Angela Nogueira Neves Betanho Campana)

Chapter 113. Current Considerations for Eating and Body-Related
Disorders among Men 231
(Antonios Dakanalis and Giuseppe Riva)

Chapter 114. Mass Media, Body Image and Eating Disturbances:
The Underlying Mechanism through the Lens of the
Objectification Theory 233
(Antonios Dakanalis and Giuseppe Riva)

Chapter 115. Transferring Personal Body Knowledge in Adolescents 235
(Louise Bernadette Mathews)

Chapter 116. Body Image Investment and Self-Regulation of
Weight Control Behaviors 237
(Eliana V. Carraça, Marlene N. Silva and Pedro J. Teixeira)

Chapter 11. The Predictive Effect of Attachment and BMI on
Muscle-Oriented Body Image Dissatisfaction in Men 239
(Stacey Kosmerly, Line Tremblay and Céline Boudreau-Larivière)

Chapter 118. Body Image, Explicit and Implicit Anti-Fat
Attitudes: The Implications of False Feedback and Participants
Weight Status 241
(Line Tremblay, Julie Shihan, Julie Pajuluoma
and Stan Koren)

Chapter 119. Feminism and Body Image: A Qualitative Investigation 243
(Rebecca Coles and Viren Swami)

Chapter 120. Dietary Habits, Exercise and Body Image 245
(Jacqueline F. Hayes, Kristen E. D’Anci
and Robin B. Kanarek)

Chapter 121. Body Image Improvement after Cosmetic Surgery
by Evaluating Postural Changes 247
(Marco Mazzocchi, Luca A. Dessy, Silvia Di Ronza
and Nicolò Scuderi)

Chapter 122. Gender’s Visual Signs: Their Cultural Representation
and the Wrongdoings of the Misrepresentation
of Female Genitalia 249
(Gerard Zwang)

Chapter 123. Body Image and Eating Issues among Women Related
to Responses to Gender-Role Limitations 251
(Brett Silverstein)

Chapter 124. Body Image and Quality of Life of Women
with Polycystic Ovary Syndrome 253
(Semara A. Thomas and Lisa M. Pastore)

Chapter 125. Evaluation of Ideal and Acceptable Body Shapes
in Older Adults 255
(F. Richard Ferraro, Erin Olufs and Lacey Smith)

Chapter 126. The Point of View of Neuroscience on Decision-Making 257
(David Polezzi, Chiara Guarneri and Claudia Civai)

Chapter 127. Behavioral Economics and Decision Making in Organizations: An Application to University Decision Making 259
(Kathleen A. Carroll and Lisa M. Dickson)

Chapter 128. A Review of Affective and Cognitive Approaches to Assessing Decision Making in Overweight and Obesity 263
(Amy Brogan and David Hevey)

Chapter 129. Interdisciplinary Approach to Verification in
Decision-Making with Formal Methods 265
(Nina Abramova)

Chapter 130. Breaking Bad News While Keeping Hope Alive in
Women with Ovarian Cancer 267
(L. Elit, C. Charles and A. Gafni)

Chapter 131. Relations Between Maximizing Tendencies and Styles
in Decision-Making 269
(Paola Iannello and Alessandro Antonietti)

Chapter 132. Multi-Criteria Decision Making Based on Linguistic Assessments 271
(A. Nieto-Morote and F. Ruz-Vila)

Chapter 133. Sex Differences in Decision-Making in Adult Normal
Volunteers are Related to Differences in the Interaction
of Emotion and Cognitive Control 273
(Ruud van den Bos, Leonie de Visser, Aurora J. A. E. van de Loo, Monique A. J. Mets, Gitta M. van Willigenburg,
Judith R. Homberg and Joris C. Verster)

Chapter 134. Who Must Decide to Make the First Move and Apologize Following an Interpersonal Conflict? 275
(Melanie Gauché and Etienne Mullet)

Chapter 135. Psychological Dimensions in Financial Decision Making
Under Risk: Loss Aversion and House-Money Effect
among Professional Traders 277
(Fabio Mattos and Philip Garcia)

Chapter 136. Representative Design: Brunswik’s Challenge for Scientific Psychology 279
(Mandeep K. Dhami)

Chapter 137. Auditor Professional Skepticism and Affective
States: Auditor and Client Exchanges During Decision-Making
Processes 281
(Faye l. Smith and Stephen Butler)

Chapter 138. Agency: An Historical Evaluation and
Interdisciplinary Framework 283
(Ruben Mancha, Mark T. Leung and Jan Clark)

Chapter 139. Bias in Collective Decision-Making under Uncertainty
in Drug Development Projects 285
(Saina Hassanzadeh, François Marmier, Didier Gourc
and Sophie Bougaret)

Chapter 140. Delay Discounting as a Measure of Impulsivity:
Task Design, Reliability, Validity and Neural Mechanisms 287
(Lidan Gu and Angus W. MacDonald III)

Chapter 141. Motivation in the Field of Tourism: An Analysis of Its Influence on Consumer Decisions and Its Implications for the
Planning of Tourist Services 289
(María Devesa Fernández Marta Laguna García
and Andrés Palacios Picos)

Chapter 142. New Perspectives from Psychology, Economics
and Marketing 291
(Jennifer Wiggins Johnson and Pamela E. Grimm)

Chapter 143. Building the Future for Remote Indigenous Students
in Australia: An Examination of Future Goals, Motivation,
Learning and Achievement in Cultural Context 293
(Dennis M. McInerney, Lyn Fasoli, Peter Stephenson
and Jeannie Herbert)

Chapter 144. Dietary Intake and Physical Activity Behavior in Commercial Weight-Loss Program Users: An Application of Organismic Integration Theory 295
(Philip M. Wilson, Kimberly P. Grattan, Diane E. Mack,
Chris M. Blanchard and Jenna D. Gilchrist)

Chapter 145. Motivation for Creativity in Design: Its Nature, Assessment and Promotion 297
(S. Kreitler and H. Casakin)

Chapter 146. Influences of Motivational Factors on Educational Outcomes: Culture and Gender Issues 299
(Gurvinder Kaur)

Chapter 147. Behavioral Consequences of Counterfactual Thinking:
A Self-Evaluation Model 301
(Maurissa P. Tyser and Sean M. McCrea)

Chapter 148. A Trans-Contextual Model of Motivation in Physical Education 303
(Vassilis Barkoukis and Martin S. Hagger)

Chapter 149. Cognitive and Motivational Factors for Reading:
The Need for a Domain Specific Approach to Motivation 305
(Emma Medford and Sarah P. McGeown)

Chapter 150. Motivation to Learn, Self-regulation and Academic Achievement: How Effective Are Study Skills Programmes? 307
(Marcus Henning and Emmanuel Manalo)

Chapter 151. Theoretical Content of Physical Activity Websites
for Persons with Depression 309
(Paul D. Saville, Jennifer R. Tomasone, Desmond McEwan
and Kathleen A. Martin Ginis)

Chapter 152. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation among Japanese Elementary School Students 311
(Junko Matsuzaki Carreira)

Chapter 153. Incentive Design Utilizing Intrinsic Motivation 313
(Ryohei Matsumura and Norimasa Kobayashi)

Chapter 154. Secondary Students’ Motivation and Learning
Strategies Profiles: The Importance of an Autonomy-Supportive
Classroom Structure 315
(Kee Ying Hwa, Wang C. K. John, Lim B. S. Coral
and Liu Woon Chia)

Chapter 155. Implicit Theories of Intelligence, Effort Beliefs,
and Achievement Goals as Antecedents of Learning Motivation
and Engagement 317
(Dirk T. Tempelaar, Bart Rienties, Bas Giesbers
and Sybrand Schim van der Loeff)

Chapter 156. Implications for Intervening with Adolescent
Substance Abusers 319
(Ashley Austi and Brett Engle)

Chapter 157. Motivation for Learning EFL among Japanese
University Students 321
(Junko Matsuzaki Carreira)

Chapter 158. The Association between Deceptive Motivations and Personality Disorders in Male Offenders 323
(Alicia Spidel, Hugues Hervé and John C. Yuille)

Chapter 159. Children’s Perception of Parental Relationships and Personality Traits in Argentinean Children 325
(Belén Mesurado and María Cristina Richaud de Minzi)

Chapter 160. Why Are Proactive People More Successful in Their Careers? The Role of Career Adaptability in Explaining Multiple
Career Success Criteria 327
(Daniel Spurk, Judith Volmer, Tamara Hagmaier
and Simone Kauffeld)

Chapter 161. Preschool Personality Assessment: Concepts and Instruments 329
(Cathy L. Grist and David M. McCord)

Chapter 162. Do Work Groups Have Personalities? 331
(John M. Malouff, Lucinda A. Zucker and Nicola S. Schutt)

Chapter 163. Addiction: Frontal Personality Change but Not
Personality Disorder Comorbidity Implications
for Treatment of Addictive Disorders 333
(Eduardo J. Pedrero-Pérez, Ana López-Durán
and Alvaro Olivar-Arroyo)

Chapter 164. Circadian Preference and Personality: A Minireview 335
(Lorenzo Tonetti)

Chapter 165. The Imaginary Companion Experience in Adults: Asset, Disorder or Personality Feature? 337
(Lino Faccini)

Chapter 166. Schizotypal Personality Traits: Auditory Hallucination-like Experiences and Atypical Hemispheric Lateralization 339
(Tomohisa Asai, Eriko Sugimori and Yoshihiko Tanno)

Chapter 167. Genetics of Personalitity Disorders 341
(Gonzalo Haro, Ernesto Tarragón, César Mateu, Ana Benito
and Cecilio Álamo)

Chapter 168. Structural and Functional Neuroimaging Studies
of the Anxiety-Related Personality Trait: Implications for the Neurobiological Basis of Human Anxious Personality 343
(Yuko Hakamata and Toshiya Inada)

Chapter 169. Too Much of a Good Thing? Optimistic or Pessimistic Personality Traits 347
(Francine Conway and Laura Kelly)

Chapter 170. Illness Recognition and Beliefs about Treatment for Schizophrenia in a Community Sample of Mexico City: Differences According to Personality Traits 349
(Ana Fresán and Rebeca Robles-García)

Chapter 171. Personality Traits: Reflections in the Brain 351
(Feryal Cam Celikel)

Chapter 172. The Caregivers of Persons with Alzheimer’s
Disease: The Impact of Personality Traits on Own Stress Perception and in Evaluating Cognitive and Functional Impairment of Their Relatives 353
(Marco Vista, Lucia Picchi and Monica Mazzoni)

Chapter 173. How “to Be or Not to Be”: The Answer is in Identity 355
(Lino Faccini)

Chapter 174. Violence-Issues of Women’s Rights and Public
Health and Recommendations for Action 359
(L. M. Modiba)

Chapter 175. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy with Children Traumatized by Physical Abuse and Neglect 361
(Cheryl B. McNeil, Amanda H. Costello, Ria M. Travers
and Meredith A. Norman)

Chapter 176. The Impact of Peritraumatic Dissociation on Mental Health Outcomes of Women with Childhood and Adult Physical
Abuse Histories 363
(Melanie D. Hetzel-Riggin and Christina L. Meads)

Index

Chapter 177 Childhood Abuse and Adult Homelessness 365
Graham Pluck, Sobhi Girgis, Kwang-Hyuk Lee
and Randolph W. Parks
Chapter 178 Adverse School Experiences and Psychological Distress:
The Moderating Effects of Gender and Perceived Parental Support 367
Ruth X. Liu and Zeng-yin Chen

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