Mind and Body Research Summaries. Volume 2

Lucille T. Cacioppo (Editor)

Series: New Developments in Medical Research, Health Psychology Research Focus
BISAC: PSY036000



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This new book is the second 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. Psychological Distress in Oncology pg. 1
(Maria Antonietta Annunziata and Barbara Muzzatti)

Chapter 2. Screening for Psychological Distress pg. 3
(Pekka Johannes Puustinen)

Chapter 3. Unpaid Domestic Work and Psychological Distress pg. 5
(Bonnie Janzen and Ivan W. Kelly)

Chapter 4. Relationships among the Kessler 10 Psychological
Distress Scale, Socio-Demographic Status, Employment-Related Variables, and Internality-Externality in Japanese Employees pg. 7
(Masahito Fushimi)

Chapter 5. Psychological Distress in the Military and Mindfulness
Based Training pg. 9
(Melba C. Stetz, Heather H. McDermott, Michael R. Brumage,
Philip A. Holcombe, Raymond A. Folen, and Ivana Steigman)

Chapter 6. Impact of Psychological Distress in Infertile Japanese Women pg. 11
(Hidehiko Matsubayashi Takashi Hosaka and Tsunehisa Makino)

Chapter 7. Psychological Distress and Quality of Life among Patients
with Gynecologic Cancer pg. 13
(Mika Kobayashi, Tatsuya Ohno, Wataru Noguchi,
Toshiko Matsushita and Eisuke Matsushima)

Chapter 8. Behavior Problems in Relation to Perceived Social Support pg. 15
(F. Ebru Ikiz and Firdevs Savi Cakar)

Chapter 9. Candidate Genes for Criminal and Delinquent Behavior pg. 17
(Dylan B. Jackson and Kevin M. Beaver)

Chapter 10. Mother-Child Emotional Expressiveness in Early Adolescence: The Role of Youth Emotional Self-Expectancies pg. 19
(Eric W. Lindsey, Molly Beiler, Carol MacKinnon-Lewis,
James M. Frabutt, and Jessica Campbell Chambers)

Chapter 11. The Prevalence and Course of Adolescent Eating Disorders: New Findings from Population-Based Research pg. 21
(Karina L. Allen, Susan M. Byrne, and Wendy H. Oddy)

Chapter 12. Juvenile Delinquency and Oedipus Complex Dysfunction pg. 23
(Amal Hachet)

Chapter 13. Mental Health Issues among Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders pg. 25
(Sarah Connolly and Eric Pierson)

Chapter 14. Understanding the Feelings of Sick Children through their Drawings: The Influence of the Environment pg. 27
(Luisa M. Massimo)

Chapter 15. Effect of Negative Affect on Processing of Compatible versus Incompatible Information about Self pg. 29
(Farzaneh Pahlavan and Sébastien Meteyer)

Chapter 16. Aggression in Adolescence: A Gender Perspective pg. 31
(Estefanía Estévez, Amapola Povedano, Teresa I. Jiménez
and Gonzalo Musitu)

Chapter 17. Do Aggression and Withdrawal Act as Links between Early Peer Rejection by Same-sex Peers and Later Risk Behaviors?
A Longitudinal Study across the 5-9-year-old Period, Considering Sex Differences pg. 33
(Francisco Braza, Rosario Carreras, Paloma Braza,
José M. Muñoz, Aitziber Azurmendi, Eider Pascual-Sagastizábal,
Jaione Cardas and José R. Sánchez-Martín)

Chapter 18. Personal Predictors of Driver Aggression in
Moscow pg. 35
(Dwight Hennessy)

Chapter 19. Understanding Childhood Aggression: A Social Identity Perspective pg. 37
(Amanda L. Duffy and Drew Nesdale)

Chapter 20. Reciprocal Influence on Aggression among Young Friends pg. 39
(Chau-kiu Cheung and John Wing-ling Tse)

Chapter 21. Substance Abuse and Partner Violence pg. 41
(Keith Klostermann)

Chapter 22. Labeling Effects in Reasoning about Biology, Race,
and Violence pg. 43
(Jessica W. Giles Copeland)

Chapter 23. Peer Aggression and Intrasexual Competition Over
Dating Opportunities Among Adolescent Females pg. 45
(Andrew C. Gallup and David Sloan Wilson)

Chapter 24. Directions for Future Research on the Nature
and Prevention of Intimate Partner Violence pg. 47
(Dennis Reidy and Phyllis Holditch Niolon)

Chapter 25. The Psychology of Altruism and the Problems
of Mechanism, Egoism, and Determinism pg. 49
(Edwin E. Gantt, Jeffrey S. Reber and Jordan D. Hyde)

Chapter 26. The Evolution of Feeling pg. 51
(Michael Slote)

Chapter 27. Altruism and Economic Growth in an Institutional
Theoretical Perspective pg. 53
(Guglielmo Forges Davanzati and Antonio Luigi Paolilli)

Chapter 28. Hwa-byung: An Anger Syndrome and Proposing New
Anger Disorder pg. 55
(Sung Kil Min)

Chapter 29. Feelings of Anger: Sex Differences, Correlations with Behavioral-Cognitive Variables and Predictors of Anger Expression
in Adolescence pg. 57
(Maite Garaigordobil)

Chapter 30. Anger and Adolescence: A Psychometric Investigation
on a Sample of Italian High School Students pg. 59
(Maria Rosaria A. Muscatello, Giuseppe Scimeca, Antonio Bruno, Gianluca Pandolfo, Umberto Micò, Paolo Micali Bellinghieri
and Rocco Zoccali)

Chapter 31. Genetic and Neurobiological Aspects of Anger
and Aggressiveness pg. 61
(Laura Mandelli and Leonardo Zaninotto)

Chapter 32. Prediction of the Frequency of Anger
Consequences pg. 63
(Jerry L. Deffenbacher, Anna C. Beeby, Joanna E. Lewis
and Tony N. Ho)

Chapter 33. Reliability and Validity of the State-Trait Anger
Expression Inventory-2 (STAXI-2) in Adolescent
Psychiatric Inpatient Samples pg. 65
(Augustine Osman, Jarryd Willis, Meghan Crabtree,
Tamami Norizuki, Ashley Emmerich and Barbara Riske)

Chapter 34. Anger: Cognitive and Motivational Determinants pg. 67
(Shulamith Kreitler)

Chapter 35. Angry Athletes: Psychological, Physiological and Performance Implications pg. 69
(Paul A. Davis)

Chapter 36. Social Situations Triggering Anger in Children
and Children’s Perceptions of Anger Dissimulation pg. 71
(Fanny Pinard and Pierre Gosselin)

Chapter 37. Anger and Sexual Behavior pg. 73
(Giuseppe Scimeca, Maria Rosaria A. Muscatello,
Antonio Bruno, Umberto Micò and Rocco Zoccali)

Chapter 38. The Relationship between Anger and Trauma:
Some Implications for Programs that Help
Manage Problematic Anger pg. 75
(Andrew Day)

Chapter 39. The Role of Anger in the Risk of Suicide pg. 77
(Maurizio Pompili, Antonio Del Casale,
Marco Innamorati and David Lester)

Chapter 40. Trait Anger and Oscillatory Responses to Emotional
Facial Expressions in Males and Females pg. 79
(Andrey Victorovich Bocharov and Gennadij Georgievich Knyazev)

Chapter 41. The Matrix and Coping Process of Anger pg. 81
(Yun-Jung Choi)

Chapter 42. Attitudes toward Sport Psychology and Seeking Assistance: Key Factors and a Proposed Model pg. 83
(Scott B. Martin, Rebecca A. Zakrajsek and Craig A. Wrisberg)

Chapter 43. Understanding the Psychology of Attitudes:
A Review of Attitudes Research Guided by Theories of Behavioral Intention and Dual-Process Models pg. 85
(Jarim Kim and Xiaoli Nan)

Chapter 44. Theories of Attitudes pg. 87
(Temitayo Deborah Olufemi)

Chapter 45. Decoupling and Unpacking the Attitudes pg. 89
(Douglass J. Wilde)

Chapter 46. Stigma and Overcoming Barriers to Treatment for
Youth with Substance Abuse Problems pg. 91
(Sarah Hoffman, Michael D. Brubaker, Jordan Pangallo,
Halley Shipley, Samantha Scherzinger, Emily O’Bryan
and Laura Nabors)

Chapter 47. It’s Who You Know: Personal Networks and Attitudes
toward Same-Sex Marriage pg. 93
(Justin Allen Berg and Meredith Conover-Williams)

Chapter 48. Factors Influencing Quality of Life, Health and Health Care for Students with and without Chronic Illnesses pg. 95
(L. Nabors, P. N. Ritchey, K. Sebera and S. Haney)

Chapter 49. Empathic Merging of Selves: Perspective Taking
and Self-Other Overlap pg. 97
(Sean M. Laurent and Michael W. Myers)

Chapter 50. The Role of Science Education in the Amelioration
of Aggression through the Development of Empathy and
Compassion pg. 99
(Carolina Castaño Rodriguez)

Chapter 51. Extending Empathy Research towards Animals pg. 101
(H. Rae Westbury, David L. Neumann and Allison M. Waters)

Chapter 52. The Psychophysiological Measurement of Empathy pg. 103
(David L. Neumann and H. Rae Westbury)

Chapter 53. Empathy in the Patient-Physician Relationship: Its Meaning, Impact on Patient Psychology, Satisfaction, Compliance,
the Quality of Care and How Can Empathy in Clinical Encounters
be Promoted pg. 105
(Ami Schattner and Emanuel Schattner)

Chapter 54. Empathy in Play Therapy: A Case Analysis through
Two Theoretical Perspectives pg. 107
(Yvonne Garza and Rick A. Bruhn)

Chapter 55. Empathic Perspective Taking in Family Relationships:
A Social Relations Analysis pg. 109
(F. Giorgia Paleari, Semira Tagliabue and Margherita Lanz)

Chapter 56. The Measure of Empathy, Emotional Contagion and Emotional Cut-Off as an Indirect Indicator of the Efficiency of Teacher Training for Preventing Violent Behavior and School Failure pg. 111
(Daniel Favre, Jacques Joly and Christian Reynaud)

Chapter 57. Gender Differences in Empathy pg. 113
(Linda Rueckert)

Chapter 58. The Contributions of Moebius Syndrome to
Empathy pg. 115
(Simon van Rysewyk)

Chapter 59. Empathy Directly Perceived pg. 117
(Neha Khetrapal, M. D. Tiwari and Anurika Vaish)

Chapter 60. Psychology of Empathy in a Medical Context pg. 119
(Neil Pembroke)

Chapter 61. Teaching Empathy to Physicians pg. 121
(Aaron D. Anderson and Alan W. Dow)

Chapter 62. Trauma, Faith, and Recovery pg. 123
(J. Irene Harris and Henry Ogden)

Chapter 63. Religion and Mental Health: Individual and Marital Connections pg. 125
(Teri Brown)

Chapter 64. The Rationality of Faith pg. 127
(K. G. Ferguson)

Chapter 65. Traditional Ways of Natural Disaster Prevention:
Magical and Religious Practices of the Russian Peasants
in Siberia (Late 19th - Early 20th Centuries) pg. 129
(G. V. Lyubimova)

Chapter 66. Fool’s Faith: The Dionysian Actor and the
Experiential Engagement with Faith pg. 131
(Ellen W. Kaplan)

Chapter 67. The Role of Spirituality, Coping, and Ethnicity in Benefit Finding for Heart Patients pg. 133
(J. Alexis Ortiz, Paulette J. Christopher, Laura E. Bouldin,
Jennifer F. Bernard and Bruce W. Smith)

Chapter 68. The Failure-Threatened Personality: A Theoretical
and Empirical Synthesis of Fear of Failure Research pg. 135
(Jared M. Bartels and William E. Herman)

Chapter 69. In the Face of Fear: Neuropsychological
Contributions and Empirical Evidences pg. 137
(Michela Balconi)

Chapter 70. Anxiety Sensitivity: Recent Research and Future Directions pg. 139
(Alison R. Lewis, Anna Peckjian and Richard E. Zinbarg)

Chapter 71. Fear Expressions: Function and Form pg. 141
(Donald Sacco and Kurt Hugenberg)

Chapter 72. Dopamine Receptor Stimulation or Blockade
in the Medial Prefrontal Cortex Suppresses Extinction
of Conditioned Fear in Rats pg. 143
(Barbara A. Sorg, Tiffany M. Bailie and Na Li)

Chapter 73. The Amygdala and Fear Memories pg. 145
(Fredrik Ahs)

Chapter 74. Fear and Anxiety in Psychiatric Disorders,
Cognitive-Behavioral Concepts and Treatments pg. 147
(A. Velardi, R. Willis and V. Pomini)

Chapter 75. The Role of Negative Affective Valence in
Return of Fear pg. 149
(Inneke Kerkhof, Debora Vansteenwegen, Tom Beckers,
Trinette Dirikx, Frank Baeyens, Rudi D’Hooge
and Dirk Hermans)

Chapter 76. Psychological Game Theory and the Role of
Beliefs pg. 151
(Tassos Patokos)

Chapter 77. Emotional Gaming pg. 153
(Filipa Madeira, Patrícia Arriaga, Joana Adrião, Ricardo Lopes
and Francisco Esteves)

Chapter 78. The Taxonomy and Design Criteria for Health
Game Design in the Elderly pg. 155
(Linda R. Harley, Laura Levy, Maribeth Gandy,
Simeon D. Harbert and Doug F. Britton)

Chapter 79. The GlobalEd 2 Game: Developing Scientific
Literacy Skills through Interdisciplinary, Technology-Based Simulations pg. 157
(Kimberly A. Lawless, Scott W. Brown, Mark A. Boyer,
Kamila Browdowinska, Lisa Lynn, GenaKhodos,
Mariya Yukhymenko, Gregory Mullin and Lindsey Le)

Chapter 80. Rethinking Fantasy as a Contributor to Intrinsic
Motivation in Digital Gameplay pg. 159
(Beomkyu Choi and Youngkyun Baek)

Chapter 81. Indigenous Australian Gamblers and their
Help-Seeking Behavior pg. 161
(Helen Breen, Nerilee Hing, Ashley Gordon
and Louise Holdsworth)

Chapter 82. Psychological Factors on Collaborative Gaming pg. 163
(M. Romero)

Chapter 83. Game Changing: Developing Meet the Earthworks Builders pg. 165
(Michelle Aubrecht and Christine Ballengee-Morris)

Chapter 84. Individual Differences and Message Framing: A Review pg. 167
(Kevin T. Mahoney, Walter C. Buboltz and Irwin P. Levin)

Chapter 85. Individual Differences in Personality and Its Association with Brain Activity pg. 169
(Ashley Craig and Yvonne Tran)

Chapter 86. Individual Differences in Metacomprehension Accuracy pg. 171
(Heekyung Kwon and Tracy Linderholm)

Chapter 87. How Does Mindfulness Affect Relationships?
Examining the Role of Empathy and Emotion Regulation pg. 173
(Kathryn T. Wiggins, Brian M. Shelley,
Michael J. Dougher and Bruce W. Smith)

Chapter 88. Individual Differences Associated with the
Repeated Endorsement of Post-Event Misinformation pg. 175
(Timothy J. Arentsen, Benjamin Bock and Kristy A. Nielson)

Chapter 89. Individual Differences in Shame, Guilt,
and Depressive Symptoms: Examining the Role of Shame and Guilt Subtypes pg. 177
(Ryan Thibodeau and Sangmoon Kim)

Chapter 90. Mental Representation from Spatial Descriptions:
The Role of Age and Visuo-Spatial Abilities pg. 179
(Chiara Meneghetti, Erika Borella, Felicia Fiore
and Rossana De Beni)

Chapter 91. Information Processing and Loneliness:
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Faces? pg. 181
(Todd Jackson, Timothy O'Donnell, Avril Banning,
and Shermonika Walker)

Chapter 92. Personal Self-Regulation and Coping Style in
University Students pg. 183
(Jesús de la Fuente and María Cardelle-Elawar)

Chapter 93. BIS/BAS Individual Differences and Spatial
Ability Presenting as Vertigo and Panic Attacks
in a University Sample pg. 185
(Hipólito Marrero Hernández, Elena Gámez Armas
and José Miguel Díaz Gómez)

Chapter 94. Decision-Making in Adolescents: Neuroanatomical
Basis and Consequences for Cognitive Competence
and Risk-Taking Behaviors pg. 187
(Jean-Pierre Louboutin and Michael T. Gardner)

Chapter 95. Patients’ Judgment of Health Risk when
Their Personal Time Differs from Their Physicians’
Time Horizon pg. 189
(Etienne Mullet, Maria Teresa Muñoz Sastre
and Paul Clay Sorum)

Chapter 96. A Conceptual Integration of Theory of Mind
and Moral Judgment pg. 191
(Chew Sim Chee and Tamar Murachver)

Chapter 97. A Reason Why Body Image Importance Judgments May
Appear Un-Important to Self-Esteem and Eating Disorders pg. 193
(Brian P. O’Connor)

Chapter 98. Computational Approaches to the Psychology of Language pg. 195
(J. Ignacio Serrano, Jesús Oliva, M. Dolores del Castillo
and Ángel Iglesias)

Chapter 99. Studying Audition in Fossil Hominins: A
New Approach to the Evolution of Language? pg. 197
(R. Quam, I. Martínez, C. Lorenzo, A. Bonmatí, M. Rosa,
P. Jarabo and J. L. Arsuaga)

Chapter 100. Communication Difficulties in Children
Identified with Psychiatric Problems pg. 199
(Wenche Andersen Helland)

Chapter 101. Statistical Language Learning: A Cognitive
Brain Mechanism Assisting Language Acquisition Throughout Lifespan pg. 201
(Toni Cunillera)

Chapter 102. The Partial Incremental Argument Interpretation
Model: Real Time Argument Interpretation in Simplex Sentence Comprehension of the Japanese Language pg. 203
(Satoru Yokoyama, Kei Yoshimoto and Ryuta Kawashima)

Chapter 103. Lost in Interpretation: Providing Mental Health Services to Patients with Limited English Proficiency and
Culturally Distinct Syndromes pg. 205
(H. Russell Searight and Barbara K. Searight)

Chapter 104. ‘Conditioned Loyalty’ and ‘Military Strategic
Refusal’: The Military and Political Psychology of
Loyalty pg. 207
(Udi Lebel)

Chapter 105. The Problem of Loyalty in Greedy Institutions pg. 209
(Abby Peterson and Sara Uhnoo)

Chapter 106. Loyalty under Stress: The Communal Psychology
of Loyalty to a Place pg. 211
(Miriam Billig)

Chapter 107. The Power of Popularity: An Empirical Pilot
Study of the Relationship of Social Media Brand Community
Activity with On-Line Consumer Behavior pg. 213
(Arthur J. O’Connor)

Chapter 108. Every Man for Himself! A Review of Shopping
Loyalty Differences between Men and Women pg. 215
(Deborah J. C. Brosdahl)

Chapter 109. Can Novel Associations be Automatically Accessed
in Memory? A Review of Verbal New Association Priming
Studies pg. 217
(Chi-Shing Tse and Xiaoping Pu)

Chapter 110. Applications of Memory to the Real World:
What Emotions and Stress Have Taught us about the Nature
of Memory in Everyday Experiences pg. 219
(Lening A. Olivera-Figueroa, Marie France Marin
and Sonia J. Lupien)

Chapter 111. Recognition Memory – Dissociating Recollection and Familiarity by Functional Connectivity of Neural Networks
and Genetic Variance pg. 221
(Denise Dörfel and Anke Karl)

Chapter 112. Neural Substrates of Recollection and Familiarity: Further Bridging Human and Animal Recognition Memory Using Translational Paradigms pg. 223
(Magdalena M. Sauvage)

Chapter 113. Working Memory Span Tasks: The Effects of Task
Structure and Administration and Scoring Procedures pg. 225
(Helen St. Clair-Thompson)

Chapter 114. Capacity Limits in Visual Short-Term Memory pg. 227
(Jean-Francois Delvenne)

Chapter 115. The Behaviors of Conscious and Unconscious Memory: Evidence from Research on Dissociation of Memories within a Test pg. 229
(Chao-Ming Cheng)

Chapter 116. Motivational Influences are Important for
Understanding Prospective Memory Performance in Children pg. 231
(Suzanna L. Penningroth, Karen Bartsch and Ethan A. McMahan)

Chapter 117. Measurement of Prospective Memory:
Importance of Delay and Continuous Measures pg. 233
(Bob Uttl, Joanna McDouall and Carrie A. Leonard)

Chapter 118. Neglect as a Disorder of Representational Updating pg. 235
(James Danckert, Elisabeth Stöttinger and Britt Anderson)

Chapter 119. Trauma of Sexual Abuse and the Family pg. 237
(Tanja Repic Slavic, Christian Gostecnik and Robert Cvetek)

Chapter 120. When Hell is for Children: The Relationship
between Neglect and Other Childhood Adversities in an Italian Sample pg. 239
(Adriano Schimmenti and Ugo Pace)

Chapter 121. Dietary Neglect and its Influence on Feeding pg. 241
(Robin Dando)

Chapter 122. Landmark Recognition and Mental Route Navigation Disorders in Patients with Imagery Neglect and Perceptual Neglect pg. 243
(Laura Piccardi, Liana Palermo, Raffaella Nori,
Fiorella Giusberti and Cecilia Guariglia)

Chapter 123. Exploring Unilateral Spatial Neglect through the Phenomenon of Mirror Agnosia pg. 245
(Satoru Watanabe)

Chapter 124. The Psychobiological Consequences of Emotional Neglect pg. 247
(María Dolores Braquehais, María Dolores Picouto
and Miquel Casas)

Chapter 125. MASPIN: A Formative Evaluation Tool Supporting Dialog
among Professionals and with Families pg. 249
(Stéphanie Bednarek, Chantal Vandoorne, Gaëtan Absil,
Sophie Lachaussée and Marc Vanmeerbeek)

Chapter 126. Omission Neglect in Consumer Judgment and
Choice pg. 251
(Frank R. Kardes, Bruce E. Pfeiffer and Jennifer Bechkoff)

Chapter 127. Neglect and Japanese Language pg. 253
(Katsuhiko Takeda)

Chapter 128. Neuroticism: The Personality Risk Factor for Stress
and Impaired Health and Well-Being pg. 255
(Sharon Grant)

Chapter 129. Shame in Chinese Classic Philosophy: An
Investigation through the Lens of Mencius pg. 257
(Hua Nan Gong)

Chapter 130. College Students' Perceptions of Reintegrative
Shaming for Criminals pg. 259
(Gina Robertiello)

Chapter 131. Behaving Aggressively: The Role of Shame in
Prisoner Confrontations pg. 261
(Michelle Butler)

Chapter 132. Neuroticism and Positive Personal Characteristics:
Test of a Two-Factor Model of Their Effects on Affective
Health pg. 263
(Bruce W. Smith, Jennifer F. Bernard and J. Alexis Ortiz)

Chapter 133. The Dynamics of Shame and Psychiatric
Ill-Health pg. 265
(Bengt Starrin and Åsa Wettergren)

Chapter 134. Understanding Neuroticism in Emerging Adulthood:
Integrating the Contributions of Erikson and Fromm pg. 267
(Adam C. Lorincz and Steven Abell)

Chapter 135. Therapy for Shame-Based Perfectionism pg. 269
(Neil Pembroke)

Chapter 136. Increasing the Predictive Utility of Neuroticism
for Health Behaviors: The Role of Implicit Neuroticism pg. 271
(Jennifer Boldero, Nick Haslam and Jennifer Whelan)

Chapter 137. Shame: A Self-Determination Theory
Perspective pg. 273
(Sarah McLachlan, David Keatley, Chris Stiff and Martin Hagger)

Chapter 138. Why Neuroticism May Be Relevant to Understanding
Response to Meditation-Based Interventions: A Review
of Some Forgotten Literature pg. 275
(Brian L. Thompson)

Chapter 139. Neuroticism and Psychoticism as Correlates of
Suicidal Behavior pg. 277
(David Lester_

Chapter 140. Neuroticism in Early Childhood: Its Measurement,
Development, and Behavioral Expressions pg. 279
(Maja Zupančič and Tina Kavčič)

Chapter 141. The Relations between the Perceived Parenting Styles and the Neuroticism in Children and Adolescents pg. 281
(Belén Mesurado and María Cristina Richaud de Minzi)

Chapter 142. Neuroticism and Resilience: Evaluating
Mindfulness as a Mediator pg. 283
(Keri Johns, David J. Chavers and Elise Labbé)

Chapter 143. Forgiveness and the Psychology of Peace pg. 285
(Caroline R. Lavelock, Everett L. Worthington Jr.,
Jeni L. Burnette, Daryl R. Van Tongeren, David J. Jennings,
Chelsea L. Greer, Yin Lin and Man Yee Ho)

Chapter 144. Different Aspects of Psychological Consequences
of War-Traumatized Adolescents during the Peace
in Post-War Bosnia and Herzegovina pg. 287
(Mevludin Hasanović, Sehaveta Srabović, Jasminka Husanović, Emir Hasanbašić, Mirela Šehović and Munevera Rašidović)

Chapter 145. Context and Meanings in the Resolution of
Afu- Afughi Religio-Cultural Conflict in Nanka, Southeastern Nigeria pg. 289
(Chinyere Ukpokolo)

Chapter 146. The Process of Peace: Mindfulness as a Fundamental Key pg. 291
(Frank A. M. Vernooij and Suzanne Noldus)

Chapter 147. Pedagogy of Peace: A Model for Teacher
Education pg. 293
(Maureen Rajuan)

Chapter 148. An Anatomy of the Self-Defeating Dynamics of
Aesthetic and Existential Self-Determination: Aesthetic
Power-Play as Psychic Compensation for Social
Marginalization pg. 295
(Judith Spencer)

Chapter 149. The Prospect of Defeat and Insurgent Behavior pg. 297
(A. W. Harris)

Chapter 150. Implications of Dual-Process Theories for
Optimizing Motor Learning and Performance pg. 299
(Keith R. Lohse and Shaw L. Ketels)

Chapter 151. The Effects of Emotions on Creative Performance: A Review pg. 301
(Elisa Maria Galliani and Michelangelo Vianello)

Chapter 152. Do Avoidance Goals Always Impair Performance?
How Neuroticism Moderates the Short-and Long-Term
Effects of Avoidance Versus Approach Goals on Performance pg. 303
(Daniela Oertig, Julia Schüler and Veronika Brandstätter)

Chapter 153. Reinforcement of Older Volunteers’ Performance
in Hong Kong pg. 305
(Chau-kiu Cheung and Alex Yui-huen Kwan)

Chapter 154. The Role of Cues and Stimulus Valency in
Implicit Task Sequence Learning –A Task Sequence is Not
Enough pg. 307
(Beat Meier and Josephine Cock)

Chapter 155. The Social Origin of Personality Traits:
An Evaluative Function pg. 309
(Pascal Pansu and Nicole Dubois)

Chapter 156. Personality in Neonates pg. 311
(Hiroyuki Tsuchiya)

Chapter 157. The Happy Personality: A Tale of Two
Philosophies pg. 313
(Danilo Garcia, Bibinaz Ghiabi, Saleh Moradi,
Anver Siddiqui and Trevor Archer)

Chapter 158. Personality and Subjective Wellbeing: Conundrums
of Eudaimonia and Affectivity pg. 315
(Michael J. Stones and Ken Allan)

Chapter 159. Person and Job Satisfaction (Again) pg. 317
(Mladen Pecujlija)

Chapter 160. The Effect of Personality on Reasoning pg. 319
(Ascensión Fumero and Gorkan Ahmetoglu)

Chapter 161. Temperament and Character in First-Episode Schizophrenia and its Association with the Five-Factor
Structure of the PANSS pg. 321
(Ana Fresán, Rafael López-Sánchez and Rogelio Apiquian)

Chapter 162. Exploring the Relationship between Personality
and Mood Frequency pg. 323
(Julie Aitken Schermer, David R. Cann and Dayna Logan)

Chapter 163. Electrophysiological Dysfunction in Psychopath
Violent Women pg. 325
(Ana Calzada-Reyes, Alfredo Alvarez-Amador,
Lídice Galán-García, Mitchell Valdés-Sosa, and
Piedad Medina-Alvarez)

Chapter 164. Does Perceived Power Influence Relational
Processing in the Latin Square Task? pg. 327
(Glenda Andrews and Jade Maurer)

Chapter 165. The Psychology of Language and Power in the Middle East: A Comparative Discourse Analysis of Legitmation
Using Pronouns, Modality and Lexicalization in News Reporting
of the Gaza War pg. 329
(Ahmad Atawneh)

Chapter 166. Social Power and theJunior Leader Paradox:
Challenges and Possibilities pg. 331
(Daniel A. Connelly)

Chapter 167. Communication and Power: Psychological and Anthropological Perspectives on Interaction in an Intercultural Organizational Setting pg. 333
(Charlotte Jonasson, Jakob Lauring and Toke Bjerregaard)

Chapter 168. Causes and Consequences of Health Care Students’
Preferences for Working with Patients with Disabilities pg. 335
(Stephanie Hughes)

Chapter 169. Exercising Power While you are Not Intrinsically
Vested with Any pg. 337
(Victor Ho)

Chapter 170. Parental Control over Mating across Cultures
and Across Time pg. 339
(Menelaos Apostolou)

Chapter 171. Christian Religiosity and Support for the
Death Penalty versus Life Imprisonment pg. 341
(Kevin H. Wozniak)

Chapter 172. Is Public Support for Sex Offender Registration Policies Driven by a Desire to Protect Society or Punish Offenders? pg. 343
(Allison L. Skinner, Katlyn Sorenson Farnum
and Margaret C. Stevenson)

Chapter 173. Sex, Drugs, and Deterrence: Applying Stafford and Warr’s Reconceptualization of Deterrence Theory to Drug Driving
Across the Genders pg. 345
(Christopher N. Watling, James Freeman, Gavan Palk
and Jeremy Davey)

Chapter 174. Third Party Reward and Punishment:
Group Size, Efficiency and Public Goods pg. 347
(Johan Almenberg, Anna Dreber, Coren L. Apicella
and David G. Rand)

Chapter 175. Race, Age and Punishment in Juvenile Correctional Facilities pg. 349
(Sheryl Feinstein)

Chapter I76. The Role of Reward and Inhibitory Systems
in Subliminal and Supraliminal Processing of Facial
Expression of Emotions: Brain Research Contribution pg. 351
(Michela Balconi and Chiara Ferrari)

Chapter 177. The Psychometric Properties of a New Measure of Generalized Expectancies of Reward and Punishment pg. 353
(Stephen Erdle)

Chapter 178. Psychopathy, Reward, and Punishment pg. 355
(Keita Masui, Michio Nomura and Mitsuhiro Ura)

Chapter 179. The Role of Reward in the Addictive Behaviors pg 357
(Mariano Chóliz)

Chapter 180. Aversive vs. Appetitive Emotional Stimulus
Elaboration: Subjective Ratings and BIS and BAS Effects on Psychophysiological and ERPs Correlates pg. 359
(Michela Balconi and Chiara Ferrari)

Chapter 181. Mismatching Feedback and Punis

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