Mind and Body Research Summaries. Volume 3

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 third 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. Understanding and Preventing Pediatric
Unintentional Injury: An Evidence-Based Model Outlining
Factors that Influence Children’s Risk Taking pg. 1
(Barbara A. Morrongiello, Michael Corbett and Jessica Switzer)

Chapter 2. Driving on the Edge: The Motivational Factors of Risk-Taking among Teen Drivers pg. 3
(Carlo Giacomo Prato and Sigal Kaplan)

Chapter 3. The Relationship between Risk Taking and Contact
Lens Use and Recommendations by Contact Lens
Practitioners in Australia pg. 5
(Nicole Carnt, Lisa Keay and Fiona Stapleton)

Chapter 4. Sexting: A New and Emerging Behavior of Risk pg. 7
(Allyson L. Dir, ChungSeung Koo and Melissa A. Cyders)

Chapter 5. Evolutionary and Cultural Psychological Perspectives
of Risk Taking pg. 9
(Wen Shan and Shenghua Jin)

Chapter 6. Grief, Grieving and Beyond: Lived Experience among
Spouses/Cohabitants of Persons with Bipolar Affective
Disorder pg. 11
(Oscar Tranvåg)

Chapter 7. King of Sorrow: Perception and Experience of
Sadness in Music pg. 13
(Tuomas Eerola and Marko Punkanen)

Chapter 8. Grief, Depression and Pregnancy pg. 15
(F. Susan Cowchock)

Chapter 9. Children’s Knowledge of the Interpersonal
Consequences of Sadness pg. 17
(Mariève Hurtubise and Pierre Gosselin)

Chapter 10. “Combat Veterans and the Search for Meaning:
Voices from the Battlefield?” pg. 19
(Janice A. Aloi)

Chapter 11. Development and Psychometric Evaluation of the
Sexual Salience of Male Body Image Scale pg. 21
(Travis A. Ryan and Todd G. Morrison)

Chapter 12. The Contribution of Personality to Psychological Well-being: An Exploratory Study pg. 23
(Rosario J. Marrero Quevedo and Mónica Carballeira Abella)

Chapter 13. Marital Satisfaction: Understanding What Keeps
Couples Happy pg. 25
(Maureen C. Kenny and Laura Alonso)

Chapter 14. Life Satisfaction: The Contribution of Job Precariousness, Sense of Coherence and Self-Efficacy: A
Study in Italian Adults pg. 27
(Silvia Ciairano, Tiziana C. Callari, Emanuela Rabaglietti
and Antonella Roggero)

Chapter 15. Marital Satisfaction and Its Contributing
Factors pg. 29
(Sang-Kyu Hyun and Heuikwang Shin)

Chapter 16. Appetite Preferences: Investigating the Roles of Relationship Satisfaction and Idealistic Thinking in Food
Decision-Making Strategies of Romantic Couples pg. 31
(Jennifer M. Bonds-Raacke)

Chapter 17. Using Psychological Skills Training from Sport Psychology to Enhance the Life Satisfaction of Adolescent
Mexican Orphans pg. 33
(Stephanie J. Hanrahan)

Chapter 18. Introduction to the Psychology of Self-concept pg. 37
(Kamel Gana)

Chapter 19. Validating the Grand Five of the Generalized Health-Related Self-Concept pg. 41
(Ulrich Wiesmann, Ulrike Plötz and Hans-Joachim Hannich)

Chapter 20. Self-Concept Clarity of Hong Kong University
Students: Measurement and Relations to Psychological Well-
Being pg. 43
(Joseph Wu)

Chapter 21. The Effects of Semantic Meaning and Valence of the
Self-Concept Attributes on Traditional Self-Concept IATs
and SC-IATs Scores pg. 45
(Kamel Gana, Christophe Blaison and Valérian Boudjemadi)

Chapter 22. The Relations of Academic Cheating with Academic Self-Concept and Perceived Autonomy Support among Chinese
University Students pg. 47
(Joseph Wu and Hoi Yan Cheung)

Chapter 23. Relationships between Self-Discrepancies,
Dispositional Dimensions, and Depressive and Anxious Moods pg. 49
(Julie Ledrich and Kamel Gana)

Chapter 24. Relationships between Positive Self-Resources and Physical Health among the Elderly: The Mediational and
Moderational Roles of Aging Self-Perceptions pg. 51
(Kamel Gana, Raphael Trouillet, Marjorie Chevalier
and Anouchka Collenot)

Chapter 25. Perceptions of Discrimination and the Self-Concept: Psychological and Physiological Evidence pg. 53
(Julie Spencer-Rodgers, Jiajin Tong and Jiangqun Liao)

Chapter 26. Development of the Self in Chinese Learners pg. 55
(Bick-har Lam)

Chapter 27. On Young Women Becoming Sexually Resourceful:
A Pilot Study pg. 57
(Deborah J. Kennett, Terry P. Humphreys and Petrina A. Calder)

Chapter 28. Self-Control: An Orphan Construct in Search of a Theory? pg. 59
(Luciano L’Abate)

Chapter 29. Sociotropy-Autonomy and Self-Control pg. 61
(Toru Sato, Brittany A. Harman, Casey Alan Murray
and Colleen M. Grookett)

Chapter 30. A Computerized Detour Task for the Assessment
of Self-Control Behavior pg. 63
(Theodore A. Evans and Michael J. Beran)

Chapter 31. Socialisation and Low Self-Control. A Gender
Specific Analysis of Impulsivity and Aggression pg. 65
(Lieven Pauwels and Robert Svensson)

Chapter 32. The ’What’ of Doing: Introspection-Based Evidence
for James’s Ideomotor Principle pg. 67
(Christopher C. Berger, John A. Bargh and Ezequiel Morsella)

Chapter 33. The Self-Management Correlates of Social
Anxiety pg. 69
(Alexander M. Penney and Peter G. Mezo)

Chapter 34. Giving Children a Prefrontal Cortex? Increased
Mental Control through External Cues pg. 71
(Jae H. Paik, Hoan N. Luong and Ezequiel Morsella)

Chapter 35. Adaptive Metacognitive Self-regulation and Functional Resilience-related Assets in the Midst of Challenging Tasks: A Qualitative Analysis pg. 73
(Nils Beer and Giovanni B. Moneta)

Chapter 36. Monitoring, Control and the Illusion of Control pg. 75
(Magda Osman)

Chapter 37. Learning about Non-dogmatic Thinking pg. 77
(Daniel Favre and Lionel Simonneau)

Chapter 38. About the Fuels of Self-regulation: Time
Perspective and Desire for Control in Adolescents
Substance Use pg. 79
(Nicolas Fieulaine and Frédéric Martinez)

Chapter 39. The Promotion of Self-Regulation through Parenting Interventions pg. 81
(Matthew R. Sanders and Trevor G. Mazzucchelli)

Chapter 40. Cognitive Persistence: Refining the Role of Consciousness within Self-regulation pg. 83
(Derek Dorris)

Chapter 41. Antecedents and Consequences of Self-Regulated
Learning in Physical Education pg. 85
(Vassilis Barkoukis, Kondilenia Katsani, and Despoina Ourda)

Chapter 42. Self-Control, Self-Regulation, and Juvenile Delinquency pg. 87
(Martha Frías-Armenta, Jorge Borrani, Pablo Valdez,
Hugo Tirado and Xochitl Ortiz Jiménez)

Chapter 43. Hypnosis, Absorption and the Neurobiology
of Self-Regulation pg. 89
(Graham A. Jamieson)

Chapter 44. Psychological Stress and Skin Wound Healing:
New Highlights pg. 91
(B. Hochman, F. Furtado, F. C. Isoldi,
M. A. Nishioka and L. M. Ferreira)

Chapter 45. Profiling Task Stress with the Dundee Stress State Questionnaire pg. 93
(Gerald Matthews, James Szalma, April Rose Panganiban, Catherine Neubauer and Joel S. Warm)

Chapter 46. Stress in Adoptive Parenthood pg. 95
(Yolanda Sánchez-Sandoval)

Chapter 47. Different Sensitivity to Chronic Stress Induced Cognitive Deficit and Immune Alteration in BALB/c and
C57BL/6 Inbred Mice: Involvement of Hippocampal NO
Production and Th1/Th2 Balance pg. 97
(María Laura Palumbo and Ana María Genaro)

Chapter 48. Stress and Homosexuality pg. 99
(Charbonnier Elodie and Graziani Pierluigi)

Chapter 49. Psychological Factors Influencing Inter-Individual
Variation in Carbon Dioxide-Induced Stress
Response pg. 101
(Kristin Vickers)

Chapter 50. Chronic Psychosocial Work Stress in Teachers:
An Update on Empirical Psychobiological Findings pg. 103
(Silja Bellingrath, Maren Wolfram
and Brigitte M. Kudielka)

Chapter 51. Learning to Teach the Cognitive Skills and
Emotional Dispositions Required in the 21st Century pg. 105
(Christy Folsom)

Chapter 52. A Rational Expectations Analysis of Decision-Making pg. 107
(Andrea Migone)

Chapter 53. Structuring Thought: An Examination of Four Methods pg. 109
(Michael J. Hogan and Zachary Stein)

Chapter 54. Obstacles: Their Impact on Thinking and Beyond Thinking pg. 111
(Janina Marguc, Gerben A. van Kleef and Jens Förster)

Chapter 55. New Thinking about Thinking and Ramifications for Teaching pg. 113
(Terence Lovat)

Chapter 56. New Thinking for Social Marketing pg. 115
(Susana Marques)

Chapter 57. Translating Design Thinking for Scientists pg. 117
(Cindy Beacham and Neal Shambaugh)

Chapter 58. Can you Teach a New Blog Old Tricks? How Blog Users
Judge Credibility of Different Types of Blogs for
Information about the Iraq War pg. 119
(Thomas J. Johnson and Barbara K. Kaye)

Chapter 59. Political Trust and Social Cohesion Orientation
in Hong Kong pg. 121
(Chau-kiu Cheung)

Chapter 60. The Role of Social Identity Threat in Determining Intergroup Trust pg. 123
(Lucy R. Betts and Tracey J. Elder)

Chapter 61. Trust in the Medical Interaction: Implications
for African American Patients pg. 125
(Georgia Michalopoulou, Pamela Falzarano,
Cynthia Arfken, and David Rosenberg)

Chapter 62. Trust in Multicultural Global Virtual Teams:
An Application of Social Capital Theory pg. 127
(Denise Fortier, Ambrose Leung and Elliott Verreault)

Chapter 63. Teacher Trust in Students in Technical/Vocational Schools versus Academic Schools and the Role of Teacher Perception
of Students’ Teachability pg. 129
(Dimitri Van Maele and Mieke Van Houtte)

Chapter 64. Developing Political Trust in Adolescents: Is
There a Role for Schools? pg. 131
(Kerry J. Kennedy, Magdalena Mo Ching Mok
and Michael Ying Wah Wong)

Chapter 65. Revisiting Social Trust with Regard to Gendered Perception of New Food Technologies: The Case of Nanofood pg. 133
(Andrea Bieberstein, Frederic Vandermoere, Jutta Roosen,
Sandrine Blanchemanche and Stéphan Marette)

Chapter 66. How General Trust Translates into Relational Trust:
A Note on Partner Influence pg. 135
(Maria Yakovleva and Richard Reilly)

Chapter 67. Control Systems Effects on the Controlled’s Trust: Empirical Evidence in Interorganizational Relationships pg. 137
(Jose M. Sanchez and Maria L. Velez)

Chapter 68. Fact or Fiction?: Discriminating True and False
Allegations of Victimization pg. 139
(Kristine A. Peace, Krista L. Brower and Ryan D. Shudra)

Chapter 69. Bank Employees Don’t Go to Heaven: Processes of Victimization of Bank Employees for Violent Crimes pg. 141
(Eduardo Paes-Machado and Ana Marcia Nascimento)

Chapter 70. Victims of Cyber Bullying: Similarities and
Differences with Victims of Traditional Bullying pg. 143
(Juliana Raskauskas and Todd Migliaccio)

Chapter 71. Effects of Bullying Victimization from Childhood to Young Adulthood pg. 145
(Maura Rossi, Luca Bernardo, Cecilia Sterpa and
Alberto Ottolini)

Chapter 72. Cyber Victimization and Psychosocial Adjustment in Youth pg. 147
(Susanne K. Long, Michael L. Sulkowski and Allison G. Dempsey)

Chapter 73. Cyberbullying in Germany-What We Know about the Victims pg. 149
(Catarina Katzer)

Chapter 74. The Long Term Impact of Victimization in Cases
of Historical Child Sexual Abuse and Intimate Partner
Violence pg. 151
(Susan Rodger and Alan Leschied)

Chapter 75. A Conservative is a Liberal Urban Dweller
Who has Been Mugged: A Longitudinal Study on the Links
between Victimization and Voting Preferences pg. 153
(Silvia Russo, Michele Roccato and Alessio Vieno)

Chapter 76. Evidence of Altered Cortisol Levels Across Child
Maltreatment, Intimate Partner Abuse, and Peer
Victimization pg. 155
(Jennifer M. Knack and Tracy Vaillancourt)

Chapter 77. The Influences of Parents’ Rearing Attitude,
Personality and Coping Strategies on Psychological Well-Being
and Suicidal Ideation among College Students pg. 157
(Pi-Ming Yeh and Cheng-Huei Chiao)

Chapter 78. Can Informal Peer Education Help College
Students Manage Stress? Effects of Two Brief Skills-based
Programs on Student Stress, Rumination, and Self-criticism pg. 159
(Andrew F. Frohn, Sarka Turecka and Jennifer Katz)

Chapter 79. Prevention of Anxiety, Depression and Burnout
during Medical Studies and Residency Training (Experts’
Opinion, Medical Students’ and Young Doctors' Point of View) pg. 161
(Gertrude Hamader and Elisabeth Noehammer)

Chapter 80. Promoting Well-being: The Effectiveness of an Individually-Tailored Physical Activity Intervention for
Young Adults pg. 163
(Diane E. Mack, Philip M. Wilson, Louise T. Blais,
Jenna D. Gilchrist and Lindsay S. Meldrum)

Chapter 81. Testing Predictors of Social Well-being: Are
they the Same for Men and Women? pg. 165
(Chiara Rollero)

Chapter 82. The Influence of Ethnic Identity on Asian
Americans’ Well-Being: A Critical Review of the Literature pg. 167
(Chi P. Nguyen and Y. Joel Wong)

Chapter 83. Psychological Well-Being in Cancer Survivors pg. 169
(Samantha Serpentini, Elena Pasquin
and Eleonora Capovilla)

Chapter 84. Factors Associated to the Well-being of Institutionalized vs. Community Dwelling Elderly in Angola pg. 171
(J. M. Tomás, M. Gutiérrez, P. Sancho and L. Galiana)

Chapter 85. Household Economic Well-Being Response to Credit
Access in Cameroon pg. 173
(Francis Menjo Baye and Boniface Ngah Epo)

Chapter 86. Religiousness and Perceived Well-being in Ghana pg. 175
(Isaac Addai and Chris Opoku-Agyeman)

Chapter 87. Natural Environments: A Resource for Public Health
and Well-being? A Literature Review pg. 177
(Dörte Martens and Nicole Bauer)

Chapter 88. Social Identity: Frail Elders at Home pg. 179
(Beatrice Hale and Patrick Barrett)

Chapter 89. Sexual Identity: Developmental and Social Considerations pg. 181
(Sabra L. Katz-Wise and Julie C. Keller)

Chapter 90. Social Identity and Professional Architects pg. 183
(Tsung-Juang Wang)

Chapter 91. Mediating Masculine Desire: Male Constructions
of Intimacy and Violence in Heterosexual
Relationship Narratives pg. 185
(Michael Wearing)

Chapter 92. Integral Study of Ethnic Identity in Baikalian
Siberia and the Role of Russian Colonization in its Shaping pg. 187
(Milana V. Ragulina)

Chapter 93. Who Do You Think I Am? An Analysis of the ‘IT Professional’ Self-Identity pg. 189
(Hamid Nach)

Chapter 94. Latinas and Black Women Negotiating Multiple
Marginalized Social Identities pg. 191
(Brandyn-Dior McKinley and Marysol Asencio)

Chapter 95. Second/Foreign Language Teachers’ Professional
Identity and its Relation to One’s Decision to Leave the Profession pg. 193
(Peter Swanson)

Chapter 96. Social Identity Implications for Active Individuals
with Physical Disabilities pg. 195
(Jeffrey J. Martin and Francesca Vitali)

Chapter 97. Self Image and Social Identity: A Study on a Sample
of Italian Adolescents pg. 197
(Paola Nicolini and Luisa Cherubini)

Chapter 98. Ideology and Defense against Counter-Stereotypic Experiences: When Pro-Black and Anti-White Feelings are not so Welcome pg. 199
(Rick M. Cheung)

Chapter 99. Existential Intangible Heritage Tourism and the
Innate Tendencies of a Social Identity pg. 201
(Miguel Vidal González)

Chapter 100. Cultural, Social, and Gender Influences on
Casual Sex: New Developments pg. 203
(Elaine Hatfield, Elisabeth Sarah Steele Hutchison,
Lisamarie Bensman, Danielle M. Young and Richard L. Rapson)

Chapter 101. Psychological Assessment in a New Key: Allostatic
Load (Stress Age) and Resilience pg. 205
(Thomas G. Arizmendi)

Chapter 102. Emerging Forms of Identity Online: Opportunities
for Extending Theorising about Identity Through
Textual Analysis pg. 207
(Natilene Bowker)

Chapter 103. Anger, Defense Mechanisms, and Integrative Self-Knowledge in Iranian Coronary Heart Disease and Cancer Patients pg. 209
(Nima Ghorbani, Sahar Tahbaz, P. J. Watson and Zhuo Chen)

Chapter 104. A Further Examination of the Relationships
among Peer Victimization, Physical Activity, and Social
Psychological Adjustment in Obese Youth pg. 211
(Charisse Williams, Eric A. Storch and Marilynn Paradora)

Chapter 105. Antisocial Behavior in Children with ADHD:
Causes and Treatment pg. 213
(Efrosini Kalyva)

Chapter 106. The Origins of Modern Human Behavior pg. 215
(Robert G. Bednarik)

Chapter 107. Differences Between Oral and Literate Cultures:
What We Can Know About Upper Paleolithic Minds pg. 217
(Patricia A. Helvenston)

Chapter 108. The Comparative Psychology of Human Uniqueness:
A Cognitive Behavioral Review pg. 219
(Robert A. Dielenberg)

Chapter 109. Grappling with an Enigma: The Complexity of Human Behavior as a Multidimensional Phenomenon pg. 221
(Derek Hodgson)

Chapter 110. Rock Art and Human Behavior pg. 223
(Ben Watson)

Chapter 111. Coping with the Adversity of Chronic Disorder:
The Development of Resilience pg. 225
(Ashley Craig, Elaine Blumgart and Yvonne Tran)

Chapter 112. “To Thine Own Self Be True”: Impact of Gender Role
and Attitude Mismatch on New Mothers’ Mental Health pg. 227
(Kristin D. Mickelson, Alexandra Chong
and Brian Paul Don)

Chapter 113. Traditional Chinese Pregnancy Taboos Associated
with Health-Related Quality of Life among Pregnant
Women in Macao, China pg. 229
(Ying Lau and Yee Tai Ken Wong)

Chapter 114. Gender Differences in Motivational Beliefs
and Motivational Pathways pg. 231
(Angelica Moè)

Chapter 115. The Long-Term Effect of Leisure-Time
Physical Activity and Marital Status on Depression in Men and Women pg. 233
(Feng Wang, Margaret de Groh, Howard Morrison
and Sulan Dai)

Chapter 116. A Review of Elizabeth Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love
and the Portrayal of Sex and Sexuality pg. 235
(Dave Ferruolo)

Chapter 117. The Influence of the Hijab (Islamic Head-Cover) on Interpersonal Judgments of Women: A Replication
and Extension pg. 237
(Viren Swami)

Chapter 118. Human Papillomavirus: Factors Influencing
Vaccination Decisions among Hispanic Parents with Adolescent
Daughters pg. 239
(Mindy Ma and Jeffrey L. Kibler)

Chapter 119. The Role of Sexual Orientation as Risk and
Protective Factors for Eating Disorder Symptomatology
in Women pg. 241
(Jennifer A. Boisvert and W. Andrew Harrell)

Chapter 120. The Role of Telescoping in the Development of
Smoking in Women pg. 243
(Jessica A. E. Kinsaul and Amy L. Copeland)

Chapter 121. Women and Addiction: Exploring the Role of Psychology
and Hormones pg. 245
(Haley A. C. Douglas, Elizabeth A. Shilling, Danielle L. Reaves
and M. Kathleen B. Lustyk)

Chapter 122. Effective Treatment Models for Women Addicted to Opiates: An Integrated Review pg. 247
(Patricia Taylor)

Chapter 123. Using Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) in Addiction Treatment with African American Women:
A Case Series pg. 249
(Jamie Marich)

Chapter 124. Women's Cardiovascular Health Risks Associated
with Posttraumatic Stress pg. 251
(Jeffrey L. Kibler, Lydia R. Malcolm,
Rachel S. Lerner, Karen R. Findon and Mindy Ma)

Chapter 125. The Impact of Trait Anxiety to Cognitive Function
in ERP Studies pg. 253
(Yue-jia Luo, Ruolei Gu, Yu-xia Huang, Xuebing Li, Xinying Li
and Xiyao Xie)

Chapter 126. An Innovative Approach to Explore Perinatal Anxiety pg. 255
(Irène Capponi)

Chapter 127. Trait Anxiety and Dental Anxiety pg. 257
(Lucía Lago-Méndez, Márcio Diniz Freitas,
Carmen Senra-Rivera, Gloria Seoane-Pesqueira
and Abel García-García)

Chapter 128. Anxiety Sensitivity Affects Early Processing of Physical Threat Words: An Event-related Potential Investigation
of the Dot-probe Task pg. 259
(Isabel Taake, Fern Jaspers-Fayer and Mario Liotti)

Chapter 129. Is it me? Fears of Causing Discomfort to
others and of Negative Evaluation as Predictors of Social
Anxiety in Men and Women from a Community Sample of Mexico pg. 261
(R. Robles-García, F. Páez, A. Fresán, J. Tejero, M. Lomelí
and A. C. Padilla)

Chapter 130. The Association between Sociodemographic Factors
and Anxiety of Infertile Women Undergoing
Fertility Treatment pg. 263
(Kleanthi Gourounti and Katerina Lykeridou)

Chapter 131. State/Trait Anxiety, Aviation, and the Frontal Lobe pg. 265
(F. R. Ferraro, M. Butler and J. Reckow)

Chapter 132. Trait Anxiety and Neurophysiology of Executive
Control in the Stop-Signal Paradigm pg. 267
(A. N. Savostyanov, A. C. Tsai, A. Yu. Zhigalov, E. A. Levin,
J. D. Lee and M. Liou)

Chapter 133. Working Memory and the Autistic Mind pg. 269
(R. Hansen, L. Deling, E. Olufs, R. Pytlik and F. R. Ferraro)

Chapter 134. Measurement of Working Memory pg. 271
(Karlee D. Fellner and John R. Reddon)

Chapter 135. Effects of Visuo-Spatial Working Memory on
Wayfinding Ability pg. 273
(Laura Piccardi and Raffaella Nori)

Chapter 136. Working Memory and Prefrontal Cortex and
Their Relation with the Brain Reward System and Drug
Addiction pg. 275
(Ester Miyuki Nakamura-Palacios)

Chapter 137. Working Memory in the Service of Verbal Episodic Encoding: A Cognitive Neuropsychological Perspective pg. 277
(Matthew J. Wright , Peter Bachman and Ellen Woo)

Chapter 138. Working Memory in Preterm and Full-Term
Infants pg. 279
(Jing Sun and Nicholas Buys)

Chapter 139. The Assessment and Training of Working Memory
for Prevention and Early Intervention in Case of
Reading, Writing and Arithmetical Difficulties
in Children pg. 281
(Antonella D’Amico)

Chapter 140. Working Memory in Sentence Comprehension and Production pg. 283
(Matthew J. Traxler, David Caplan, Debra L. Long
and Gloria S. Waters)

Chapter 141. Working Memory Components and Virtual Reorientation:
A Dual-Task Study pg. 285
(Alessandro O. Caffò, Luciana Picucci, Manuela N. Di Masi
and Andrea Bosco)

Chapter 142. Using fMRI to Examine the Brain – Bases of Working Memory pg. 287
(Michael A. Motes, Ehsan Shokri Kojori, Neena K. Rao,
Ilana J. Bennett and Bart Rypma)

Chapter 143. Aging and Short-Term Memory for Face Identity
of Emotional Faces pg. 289
(Sandra J. E. Langeslag and Jan W. van Strien)

Chapter 144. Varying Background Colours Reveals that Enhanced
Short-Term Memory for Angry Faces Is a Valence
and Not an Arousal Effect pg. 291
(Sandra J. E. Langeslag, Margaret C. Jackson, Jan W. van Strien
and David E. J. Linden)

Chapter 145. Working Memory Deficits in Schizophrenia: Neurobiological Correlates and Treatment pg. 293
(Haiyun Xu, Hong-Ju Yang and Gregory M. Rose)

Chapter 146. Tobacco, Nicotine and Cotinine: For Memory, Neurological, and Psychiatric Disorders pg. 295
(V. Echeverria, P. Rajeev and R. Zeitlin)

Chapter 147. Working Memory and Functional Outcome in Patients
with Major Depressive Disorder pg. 297
(Yasuhiro Kaneda)

Chapter 148. Control of Working memory Contents During Task-Switching pg. 299
(James A. Grange)

Chapter 149. Development of Neural Mechanisms of Working Memory pg. 301
(V. Vuontela and S. Carlson)

Chapter 150. Traumatic Attachment as Adaptation: The
Biopsychosocial Impact pg. 303
(Joan Haliburn)

Chapter 151. Trauma Bonding and Interpersonal Violence pg. 305
(Joan A. Reid, Rachael A. Haskell,
Christina Dillahunt-Aspillaga, and Jennifer A. Thor)

Chapter 152. Counter-Hegemonic Bereavement, Un-honored Grief
and Reframing Loss - a Study in Political Psychology
of Bereavement, Loss and Trauma: The Case of Terror
Casualties' Families' Politics of Belonging pg. 307
(Udi Lebel)

Chapter 153. Interventions to Treat Families Who Have
Experienced Historical Trauma pg. 309
(Shannon Dickson and Susan Wycoff)

Chapter 154. Protracted Biases in Facial Emotion Perception
and Psychological Functioning in Self-Reported
Victims of Early-Life Interpersonal Trauma pg. 311
(Jacob M. Vigil, Shaun Brophy, Elyse Garrett
and Sarette McMurry)

Chapter 155. Trauma, Faith, and Meaning-Making pg. 313
(J. Irene Harris, Joseph Currier and Crystal Park)

Chapter 156. The Predictors of New Life Adaptation for
Adolescents After Typhoon Morakot pg. 315
(HuiChing Wu)

Chapter 157. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Following a
Spinal Cord Injury pg. 317
(Frédérique Courtois, Catherine Otis and Kathleen Charvier)

Chapter 158. Psychology of Trauma: Vulnerability and Resilience pg. 319
(Elizabeth Wiese)

Chapter 159. Energy Psychology in the Treatment of PTSD: Psychobiology and Clinical Principles pg. 321
(Dawson Church and David Feinstein)

Chapter 160. Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis
Dysregulation in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder pg. 323
(Meghan E. Pierce and Laurel M. Pritchard)

Chapter 161. The Earthquake Interference Effect and Traumatic Episodic Memory: Evidence from Two ERP studies pg. 325
(Ming Lei, Jiang Qiu and Qinglin Zhang)

Chapter 162. Agony to Ecstasy: The Positive After-Effects
of Turmoil and Trauma pg. 327
(Steve Taylor)

Chapter 163. Emotions in the Workplace –An Individual Differences
Perspective pg. 329
(Christian L. Burk and Bettina S. Wiese)

Chapter 164. The Psychology of Emotions at Work: The Role of Emotions in the Construction and Enactment of Doctor Managers’ Identities pg. 331
(Rosalía Cascón-Pereira and Jerry Hallier)

Chapter 165. Emotional Labor: Clarifying a Confusing
Construct pg. 333
(Sharmin Tunguz)

Chapter 166. Job Design and Emotional Exhaustion in Human
Service Jobs pg. 335
(Nicole Stab, Winfried Hacker and Pierre Sachse)

Chapter 167. Draining for Some but Not for All – Person -
Job Fit as a Moderator to the Effects of Emotional Labor
on Strain pg. 337
(Myriam N. Bechtoldt and Sonja Rohrmann)

Chapter 168. When a Group Just Isn’t in the Mood: Two
Approaches for Leveraging Affect to Increase Group
Performance pg. 339
(Eric E. Jones and Janice R. Kelly)

Chapter 169. The Thrill of Victory, the Agony of Defeat: Personality, Perceptions of Price (Un)Fairness, Emotions and
Price Satisfaction pg. 341
(Rita Faullant, Kurt Matzler and Todd A. Mooradian)

Chapter 170. Loving You from Your First Cents and Leaving
You with Our Debts: Money Management in the Household pg. 343
(Linda Dezsö and Erich Kirchler)

Chapter 171. The Evolution of Empathy: From Single Components
to Process Models pg. 345
(Tobias Altmann and Marcus Roth)

Chapter 172. Empathy Gaps and Decisions: The Case of
Curiosity pg. 347
(Claudia Bazinger and Anton Kühberger)

Chapter 173. The Neuropsychology of Emotional and Cognitive
Mechanisms in Decision Making pg. 349
(Johannes Schiebener, Bettina Staschkiewicz
and Matthias Brand)

Chapter 174. Emotions and Self-Integrity pg. 351
(Verena Graupmann and Bernhard Streicher)

Chapter 175. Moral Emotions and Prosocial Behaviour:
It May be Time to Change Our View of Shame and Guilt pg. 353
(Ilona E. de Hooge)

Chapter 176. “Emotional” Robots and Agents – Implementation
of Emotions in Artificial Entities pg. 355
(Nicole C. Krämer, Jennifer Klatt, Laura Hoffmann
and Astrid Rosenthal-von der Pütten)

Chapter 177. Music: The Language of Emotion pg. 357
(Kathleen A. Corrigall and E. Glenn Schellenberg)

Chapter 178. Emotions, Moods and Musical Preferences pg. 359
(Peter Sedlmeier and Thomas Schäfer)


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