Psychology Research Summaries. Volume 4

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Alexis P. Ferguson (Editor)

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This book is a compilation of research summaries from a number of different focuses in the field of psychology research (Imprint: Nova)

Preface, p.xxiii

Chapter 1 Suicide From A Global Perspective: Public Health Approaches
(Amresh Shrivastava, Megan Kimbrell and David Lester), p.1

Chapter 2 Mental Health and Anomalous Experience
(Craig Murray), p.3

Chapter 3 Recovery and Resilience of Children, Adolescents, Adults and Elderly with Mental Problems: Application and Interventions
(Kam-shing Yip),p. 5

Chapter 4 Advances in Relational Competence Theory: With Special Attention to Alexithymia
(Mario Cusinato and Luciano L'Abate), p.7

Chapter 5 Emotionality and Mental Illness: A Multi-Dimensional Model
(Kam-shing Yip),p. 9

Chapter 6 Bias in Human Behavior
(Tanusree Dutta, Manas K. Mandal and Sameer Kumar), p.11

Chapter 7 Together and Lonely: Loneliness in Intimate Relationships – Causes and Coping, p.13
(Ami Rokach and and Ami Sha'ked)

Chapter 8 Empirical Investigations on Priming of Word-Stem Completion
(Janet M. Gibson), p.15

Chapter 9 Neural Correlates of Repetition Priming: An Examination of the Convergence of fMRI and ERP Effects
(Rebecca G. Deason and Chad J. Marsolek), p.17

Chapter 10 Lexical and Syntactic Priming in Language Comprehension
(Matthew J. Traxler and Kristen M. Tooley), p.19

Chapter 11 Exploring the Contradictory Results on the Cross-Modal Priming Effect in Normal Aging: A Critical Review of the Literature
(Guillaume Vallet, Martine Simard and Rémy Versace), pp.21-22

Chapter 12 The Facilitation of Content-Specific Prior Memory Procedures: A Procedural Memory Hypothesis of Long-Term Semantic Priming
(Christopher A. Was), p.23

Chapter 13 Nonword Stimuli and the Effect of Adult Aging on Episodic Priming
(Gary D. Laver), pp.25-26

Chapter 14 Rime Priming Effect in Auditory Word Recognition: Does Orthographic Overlap Increase the Facilitation?
(Sophie Dufour and Ronald Peereman), pp.27-28

Chapter 15 Priming in Visual Search
(Gianluca Campana), p.29

Chapter 16 Psycho-Thermodynamics of Priming: Recognition Latencies, Retrieval-Induced Forgetting, Priming-Induced Recognition Failures and Psychopathological Perception
(T. D. Frank), pp.31-32

Chapter 17 The Role of Priming in Lexical Access and Speech Production
(Meagan T. Farrell, Lise Abrams and Katherine K. White), p.33

Chapter 18 Implicit Memory is Not a Unitary Construct: Factor Analysis of Eight Implicit Memory Measures
(John O. Brooks III and Janet M. Gibson), p.35

Chapter 19 Self-Portraits and Self-Esteem in French Gifted Students
(Amélie Courtinat-Camps, Line Massé, and Myriam de Léonardis), pp.37-38

Chapter 20 Negative Intergroup Discrimination and Private Collective Self-Esteem
(John A. Hunter, Moira Suttie, Kerry S. O’Brien, Scott Davidson, Mike Banks, Sarah Kafka, and Maurice Stringer), pp.39-40

Chapter 21 Three Motivation Systems but Only One Self-Esteem?
(Favre Daniel, Reynaud Christian, and Caussidier Claude), pp.41-42

Chapter 22 Associations of Pride with Bullying and Helping in Young People
(Chau-kiu Cheung), p.43

Chapter 23 The Epidemiology of Sex Differences in Self-Esteem: A Test of Two Explanatory Models
(Jacob M. Vigil, Patrick Coulombe and Amber Dukes), p.45

Chapter 24 A Tale of Two Concepts – ‘Individualism-Collectivism’: One or Many, so Close and Yet so Far
(A. Williams Akande, M. M. Tserere, Titilola E. Akande, Modupe F. Adewuyi, Bolanle E. Adetoun, T. P. Lavisa, and Osadebe C. Ibegbu), p.47

Chapter 25 The Undesired Self: Development During Adulthood
(Jane Allin Bybee), p.49

Chapter 26 Self-Esteem and Obesity
(Robert Cornette), p.51

Chapter 27 A Century of Self-Esteem
(Sara Konrath and Paul Allen Anderson), p.53

Chapter 28 Development of the Ideal, Ought, and Fantasy Self-Images
(Jane Allin Bybee, Katia Roth, and Meredith Strasnick-Carter), p.55

Chapter 29 Detecting Acquiescence Underlying Rosenberg’s Self Esteem Scale Using the Rasch Partial Credit Model
(Christine DiStefano, Grant B. Morgan, and Robert W. Motl), p.57

Chapter 30 The Extended Informational Model of Self-Esteem
(Virgil Zeigler-Hill), p. 59

Chapter 31 Self-Esteem and Attachment in Individuals from Intact vs. Divorced Families
(Mónica Carballeira Abella and Rosario J. Marrero Quevedo), pp.61-62

Chapter 32 Emotional Intelligence and Self-Esteem: A Systematic Review and an Empirical Approach to Their Relationship
(Manuel Pulido-Martos, Jose M. Augusto-Landa, and Esther Lopez-Zafra), p.63

Chapter 33 The Relationships between Self-Esteem and Alexithymia in the Development of Eating Disorders
(Domenico De Berardis, Alessandro Carano, Francesca Ferri, Daniela Campanella, Nicola Serroni, Mario Caltabiano, Luigi Olivieri, Tiziano Acciavatti, Giuseppe Di Iorio, Marilde Cavuto, Fabiola Di Emidio, Giovanni Martinotti, Francesco Saverio Moschetta, and Massimo Di Giannantonio), pp.65-66

Chapter 34 Global Self-Esteem and Individual Differences in Personality Traits, Dispositional Affect, Motivation, and Cognition
(Stephen Erdle), pp.67-68

Chapter 35 Self-Esteem in Diabetic Children and Adolescents
(Vlachioti Efrosini, Petsios Konstantinos, and Matziou Vasiliki), pp.69-70

Chapter 36 Self-Esteem, Physical Self-Perception and Physical Activities Programs for Adolescents
(Simona Nicolosi and Mario Lipoma), p.71

Chapter 37 The Factor Structure of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale and Its Associations with Depression, Anxiety, Social Capital and Demographic Covariates in a Sample of Hungarian Pregnant Women
(Tamás Bödecs, Enikő Szilágyi, Péter Cholnoky, and Boldizsár Horváth), pp.73-74

Chapter 38 How Do Different Exit Routes from Work Affect Older Workers’ Self-Esteem?
(T. Furunes, R. J. Mykletun, and P. E. Solem), p.75

Chapter 39 Self-Esteem and Plastic Surgery
(Moreira Dini, Luciana Gianini Albuquerque, Miguel Sabino Neto, and Lydia Masako Ferreira), p. 77

Chapter 40 The Relationship between the Self-Esteem and the Effective Learning: A Case Study in Primary School
(C. Ceccatelli and T. Di Battista), pp.79-80

Chapter 41 Further Examination of the Psychometric Properties of a Malay Version of the Rosenberg Self-Esteem Scale
(Viren Swami), p.81

Chapter 42 Self-Esteem, Work Values and Career Choice among Greek Students of Higher Pedagogical & Technological Studies
(Kalliope Kounenou), p.83

Chapter 43 Effect of Ability Grouping on Self-Esteem and Academic Self-Concept: A Comparison between Hong Kong and Australian Adolescents
(Aaron C.K. Siu and Joseph Wu), p. 85

Chapter 44 Self Esteem, Self Presentation, and the Internet
(Rowan P. Ogeil and James G. Phillips), p.87

Chapter 45 The Point of View of Neuroscience on Decision-Making
(David Polezzi, Chiara Guarneri and Claudia Civai), p.89

Chapter 46 Behavioral Economics and Decision Making in Organizations: An Application to University Decision Making
(Kathleen A. Carroll and Lisa M. Dickson), pp.91-93

Chapter 47 A Review of Affective and Cognitive Approaches to Assessing Decision Making in Overweight and Obesity
(Amy Brogan and David Hevey), p. 95

Chapter 48 Interdisciplinary Approach to Verification in Decision-Making with Formal Methods
(Nina Abramova), pp.97-98

Chapter 49 Breaking Bad News While Keeping Hope Alive in Women with Ovarian Cancer
(L. Elit, C. Charles and A. Gafni), p.99

Chapter 50 Relations Between Maximizing Tendencies and Styles in Decision-Making
(Paola Iannello and Alessandro Antonietti), p.101

Chapter 51 Multi-Criteria Decision Making Based on Linguistic Assessments
(A. Nieto-Morote and F. Ruz-Vila), pp.103-104

Chapter 52 Sex Differences in Decision-Making in Adult Normal Volunteers are Related to Differences in the Interaction of Emotion and Cognitive Control
(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), pp. 105-106

Chapter 53 Who Must Decide to Make the First Move and Apologize Following an Interpersonal Conflict?
(Melanie Gauché and Etienne Mullet), p.107

Chapter 54 Psychological Dimensions in Financial Decision Making Under Risk: Loss Aversion and House-Money Effect among Professional Traders
(Fabio Mattos and Philip Garcia), p.109

Chapter 55 The Impact of Emotions on Trust Decisions
(Wing-Shing Lee and Marcus Selart), p.111

Chapter 56 Representative Design: Brunswik’s Challenge for Scientific Psychology
(Mandeep K. Dhami), p.113

Chapter 57 Auditor Professional Skepticism and Affective States: Auditor and Client Exchanges During Decision-Making Processes
(Faye l. Smith and Stephen Butler), p.115

Chapter 58 Agency: An Historical Evaluation and Interdisciplinary Framework
(Ruben Mancha, Mark T. Leung and Jan Clark), p.117

Chapter 59 Bias in Collective Decision-Making under Uncertainty in Drug Development Projects
(Saina Hassanzadeh, François Marmier, Didier Gourc and Sophie Bougaret), p.119

Chapter 60 Delay Discounting as a Measure of Impulsivity: Task Design, Reliability, Validity and Neural Mechanisms
(Lidan Gu and Angus W. MacDonald III), pp.121-122

Chapter 61 Evidence for a Biological Component of Decision-Making in Gambling: A Critical Review
(Eleanor Crossley and Andrea E. Cavanna), p.123

Chapter 62 The Somatic Marker Hypothesis in Pathological Gambling
(David Polezzi, Elena Casiraghi and Giulio Vidotto), 125-126

Chapter 63 Prevention Is Better Than Cure. Vulnerability Markers for Problem Gambling
(Neal Hinvest), p.127

Chapter 64 Pathological Gambling in Frontotemporal Dementia
(Abhinav Rastogi and Andrea E. Cavanna), p.129

Chapter 65 Decisional Processes Underpinning Online Gambling
(James G. Phillips and Rowan P. Ogeil), pp.131-132

Chapter 66 Home-Cage Testing of Choice Behaviour: Proneness to Risk in a Gambling Task
(Walter Adriani, Francesca Zoratto and Giovanni Laviola), pp.133-134

Chapter 67 Prominent Deck B Phenomenon: Are Decision-Makers Sensitive to Long-Term Outcome in the Iowa Gambling Task?
(Yao-Chu Chiu, Ching-Hung Lin and Jong-Tsun Huang), pp.135-136

Chapter 68 The Validity of an Integrated Cognitive Behavioural Model of Gambling Behaviour with A Chinese Sample
(Jasmine M. Y. Loo, Namrata Raylu and Tian P. S. Oei), p.137

Chapter 69 The Role of Temperament and ‘Near-Miss’ When Playing a Simulated Slot Machine: The Case of Betting Behavior
(Attila Körmendi and Győző Kurucz), p.139

Chapter 70 Behavioral Treatment for Gambling
(Mariano Chóliz), p.141

Chapter 71 Estimating the Effects of Casinos and of Lotteries on Crime: A Panel Data Set Approach
(Clifford F. Thies and Bogdan Daraban), p.143

Chapter 72 Noisy Verification Algorithms Protected against Gambling
(Vladimir B. Balakirsky and A. J. Han Vinck), p.145

Chapter 73 New Perspectives in the Treatment of Mania
(Morgana Moretti, Josiane Budni and Ana Lúcia Severo Rodrigues), p.147

Chapter 74 Social Aspects of Mood Disorders
(Tahany M. Gadalla), p.149

Chapter 75 Insights on Competition from a Science-Based Analysis
(Theodore Modis), pp.151-152

Chapter 76 Mood Disorders: Classification, Health Effects, and Societal Impact
(Gianluca Serafini, Maurizio Pompili, Marco Innamorati, Gloria Giordano, Roberto Tatarelli and Paolo Girardi), p.153

Chapter 77 The Role of Parental Disciple and Family Environment During Childhood and in Cluster B Personality Symptoms in Adulthood
(Lisa Milne, Kevin Peel and Philip Greenway), pp.155-156

Chapter 78 Mania: New Research
(Gianluca Serafini, Maurizio Pompili, Gloria Giordano, Marco Innamorati and Paolo Girardi), p.157

Chapter 79 Behavior Therapy in Tourette Syndrome
(Clare M. Eddy and Andrea E. Cavanna), p.159

Chapter 80 Depression and its Impact on Osteoarthritis Outcomes
(Ray Marks), pp.161-162

Chapter 81 Observational Instruments for the Study of Cognitive Techniques: Development and Applications
(Ana Calero-Elvira, María Xesús Froján-Parga, Montserrat Montaño-Fidalgo and Manuel Alpañés-Freitag), pp.163-164

Chapter 82 Gender Differences in Bipolar Disorder
(Laia Miquel, Judith Usall and Josep Maria Haro), p.165

Chapter 83 The Relation between Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder, Panic Attacks, and Panic Disorder
(Kelley Stevens and Kenneth Abrams),p.167

Chapter 84 Assessment of Craving to Predict Relapse in Patients with Substance Abuse/Dependence
(Yasukazu Ogai, Fumiyuki Chin and Kazutaka Ikeda), p.169

Chapter 85 Family Relationships and ADHD: Literature Review and Standardized Assessment
(H. Niederhofer), p.171

Chapter 86 Social Capital and Immigrant Youth’s Well-Being in Canada
(Cherylynn Bassani and M. Anne George), pp.173-174

Chapter 87 Popularity and Quality of Adolescent Friendships: Are They Resources or Risks?
(Emanuela Rabaglietti, Maria Fernanda Vacirca and Silvia Ciairano), p.176

Chapter 88 The Relationship between Childhood Height and Adolescent Intelligence
(Uyen N. Tran, Michael J. O’Callaghan, Abdullah A. Mamun, Jake M. Najman, Gail M. Williams and William Bor), pp.177-178

Chapter 89 Goals, Behavior and Satisfaction: The Associations of Sexual Orientation and Gender with Identity, Intimacy, Status and Sex
(Marguerite S. Kelly, Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck and Marie-Aude Boislard-P.), pp.179-180

Chapter 90 Attachment, Social Value Orientation and At-Risk Behaviour in Early Adolescence
(Diego Sarracino and Marco Innamorati), pp.181-182

Chapter 91 Adolescent Dating Violence and Childhood Abuse as Predictors of Early Adulthood Suicidality: Relative Contributions and Indirect Effects
(Katherine M. Klipfel, Manfred H. M. van Dulmen, Monica H. Swahn and Robert M. Bossarte), pp.183-184

Chapter 92 Deficits in Affect Regulation and Coping among Adolescents with Self-Injurious Behavior and Ideation
(Alison L. Bocquee, Melanie J. Zimmer-Gembeck and Shirley Morrissey), pp.185-186

Chapter 93 American Adolescent Street Gangs: Drugs, Intimidation, Violence, Murder and General Mayhem
(Tim Delaney), p.187

Chapter 94 Gangs, Youth Offending and Social Capital: Tales of Glasgow’s Lost Boys
(Ross Deuchar), p.189

Chapter 95 Examining Youth’s Perceptions of Safety, Fear, Inclusion and Exclusion in a Canadian City
(Lori Wilkinson, Yvonne Hébert and Mehrunissa Ali), p.191

Chapter 96 Ode to the Lone-Mother: Mother - Son Relation as Portrayed in Hip Hop Culture
(Michael D. Cadarette and Cherylynn Bassani), p.193

Chapter 97 Initiation and Addiction: An Analysis of Adolescent Smoking Behavior
(Mir M. Ali), p.195

Chapter 98 Study on the Effectiveness of an Adapted Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment: SNAPTM – in Children with Conduct Disorders in a Rural setting
(Valerie Boucher, Line Tremblay, Michel Larivière, Rachid Bagaoui and Bertrand Guindon), p.197

Chapter 99 Adolescents Affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) and Behaviour
(Erica Clark and M. Anne George), p.199

Chapter 100 Citizenship and the Ceasefire Generation: Approaches to Building Youth Civic Engagement in a Society Emerging from Conflict
(Paul Smyth), p.201

Chapter 101 Motivation in the Field of Tourism: An Analysis of Its Influence on Consumer Decisions and Its Implications for the Planning of Tourist Services
(María Devesa Fernández, Marta Laguna García and Andrés Palacios Picos), pp.203-204

Chapter 102 Motivation to Donate: New Perspectives from Psychology, Economics and Marketing
(Jennifer Wiggins Johnson and Pamela E. Grimm), p.205

Chapter 103 Building the Future for Remote Indigenous Students in Australia: An Examination of Future Goals, Motivation, Learning and Achievement in Cultural Context
(Dennis M. McInerney, Lyn Fasoli, Peter Stephenson and Jeannie Herbert), pp.207-208

Chapter 104 Dietary Intake and Physical Activity Behavior in Commercial Weight-Loss Program Users: An Application of Organismic Integration Theory
(Philip M. Wilson, Kimberly P. Grattan, Diane E. Mack, Chris M. Blanchard and Jenna D. Gilchrist), pp.209-210

Chapter 105 Motivation for Creativity in Design: Its Nature, Assessment and Promotion
(S. Kreitler and H. Casakin), p.211

Chapter 106 Influences of Motivational Factors on Educational Outcomes: Culture and Gender Issues
(Alexander Seeshing Yeungand Gurvinder Kaur), 213-214

Chapter 107 Behavioral Consequences of Counterfactual Thinking: A Self-Evaluation Model
(Maurissa P. Tyser and Sean M. McCrea), p.215

Chapter 108 A Trans-Contextual Model of Motivation in Physical Education
(Vassilis Barkoukis and Martin S. Hagger), p.217

Chapter 109 Cognitive and Motivational Factors for Reading: The Need for a domain Specific Approach to Motivation
(Emma Medford and Sarah P McGeown), p.219

Chapter 110 Motivation to Learn, Self-regulation and Academic Achievement: How Effective Are Study Skills Programmes?
(Marcus Henning and Emmanuel Manalo), pp.221-222

Chapter 111 Theoretical Content of Physical Activity Websites for Persons with Depression
(Paul D. Saville, Jennifer R. Tomasone, Desmond McEwan and Kathleen A. Martin Ginis), pp.223-224

Chapter 112 Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation among Japanese Elementary School Students
(Junko Matsuzaki Carreira), p.225

Chapter 113 Incentive Design Utilizing Intrinsic Motivation
(Ryohei Matsumura and Norimasa Kobayashi), p.227

Chapter 114 Secondary Students’ Motivation and Learning Strategies Profiles: The Importance of an Autonomy-Supportive Classroom Structure
(Kee Ying Hwa, Wang C. K. John, Lim B. S. Coral and Liu Woon Chia), p. 229

Chapter 115 Implicit Theories of Intelligence, Effort Beliefs, and Achievement Goals as Antecedents of Learning Motivation and Engagement
(Dirk T. Tempelaar, Bart Rienties, Bas Giesbers and Sybrand Schim van der Loeff), pp.231-232

Chapter 116 Motivation: Implications for Intervening with Adolescent Substance Abusers
(Ashley Austi and Brett Engle), p.233

Chapter 117 Motivation for Learning EFL among Japanese University Students
(Junko Matsuzaki Carreira), p,235

Chapter 118 The Association between Deceptive Motivations and Personality Disorders in Male Offenders
(Alicia Spidel, Hugues Hervé and John C. Yuille), p.237

Chapter 119 An Information Processing Model of Psychopathy and Anti-Social Personality Disorders Integrating Neural and Psychological Accounts Towards the Assay of Social Implications of Psychopathic Agents
(Jeffrey White), pp.239-240

Chapter 120 Coping with Offline Prohibited Actions in Gamespace: A Psychological Approach to Moral Well-Being in Gamers
(Garry Young and Monica Whitty), p.241

Chapter 121 Moral Thinking vs. Moral Acting or Moral Thinking and Moral Acting
(Mladen Pecujlija), pp.243-244

Chapter 122 Worldview Beliefs, Morality Beliefs, and Decision-Making Referents: Implications for the Psychology of Morality and Ethics Instruction
(Robert G. Magee), p.245

Chapter 123 Rational Choice, Capabilities and the Morality of Human Well-Being: The Third Way
(Claudio Corradetti), p.247

Chapter 124 Trait Attributions within the Morality Domain
(Holly R. Hackett and David Trafimow), p.249

Chapter 125 How Similar Is the Interaction between Low Self-Control and Deviant Moral Beliefs in the Explanation of Adolescent Offending? An Inquiry in Sub Groups by Gender and Immigrant Background
(Lieven Pauwels), p.251

Chapter 126 Culture and Psychology: Precursors to the Modern Era
(Brad Piekkola), p.253

Chapter 127 African Americans, European Americans and Pathological Stereotypes: An African-Centered Perspective
(Monnica Williams, Ayo Maria Casey Gooden and Darlene Davis), pp.255-256

Chapter 128 Causes and Trends in Culture Change Today: CHamoru and Filipino Societies on the Island of Guam
(Amy Owen), p.257

Chapter 129 Culture and Alzheimer: Programme Alzheimer, Culture et Thérapie (PACT) Modes for Assessing and Fostering the Ability to Take Part in Cultural Activities
(Edith Lecourt and André Fertier), pp.259-260

Chapter 130 Psychology of Biculturalism
(Cara S. Maffini and Y. Joel Wong), p.261

Chapter 131 One Animal among Many? Children’s Understanding of the Relation between Humans and Nonhuman Animals
(Erin M. Leddon, Sandra R. Waxman, Douglas L. Medin, Megan Bang and Karen Washinawatok), pp.263-264

Chapter 132 Bridging the Gap: A Comparison of Black American and White Families in Mental Health-Related Viewpoints and Service Use
(Krystalynne S. Mikle and Sanna J. Thompson), p.265

Chapter 133 Silence: Precluding Engagement of Black Students in the Campus Culture of a Predominantly White University
(Brian Bourke), p.267

Chapter 134 Developing Gender- and Race-Based Categories in Infants: Evidence from 7 - and 11-Month-Olds
(Sandra R. Waxman and Ariel D. Grace), p.269-270

Chapter 135 Symbolic Representations and the Construction of Cultural Reality
(Robert Pennington), p.271

Chapter 136 How Does Culture Influence Memory for Personal Experiences?
(Stacey N. Doan, Jessie Bee Kim Koh and Qi Wang), p.273

Chapter 137 The Culture of Violence and Suicidality
(Steven Stack), p.275

Chapter 138 The Relationship between the Culture-Bound Syndrome Koro and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
(Darlene M. Davis, Ashleigh M. Steever, Jasmine M. Terwilliger and Monnica T. Williams), p.277

Chapter 139 The Social Origin of Personality Traits: An Evaluative Function
(Pascal Pansu and Nicole Dubois), p.279

Chapter 140 Personality in Neonates
(Hiroyuki Tsuchiya), pp.281-282

Chapter 141 The Happy Personality: A Tale of Two Philosophies
(Danilo Garcia, Bibinaz Ghiabi, Saleh Moradi, Anver Siddiqui and Trevor Archer), p.283

Chapter 142 Personality and Subjective Wellbeing: Conundrums of Eudaimonia and Affectivity
(Michael J. Stones and Ken Allan), p.285

Chapter 143 Person and Job Satisfaction (Again)
(Mladen Pecujlija), p.287

Chapter 144 The Effect of Personality on Reasoning
(Ascensión Fumero and Gorkan Ahmetoglu), pp.289-290

Chapter 145 Temperament and Character in First-Episode Schizophrenia and its Association with the Five-Factor Structure of the PANSS
(Ana Fresán, Rafael López-Sánchez and Rogelio Apiquian), pp.291-292

Chapter 146 Exploring the Relationship between Personality and Mood Frequency
(Julie Aitken Schermer, David R. Cann and Dayna Logan), p.293

Chapter 147 Electrophysiological Dysfunction in Psychopath Violent Women
(Ana Calzada-Reyes, Alfredo Alvarez-Amador, Lídice Galán-García, Mitchell Valdés-Sosa and Piedad Medina-Alvarez), pp.295-296

Chapter 148 Biases in Medical Decision Making
(Claudio Lucchiari and Gabriella Pravettoni), p.297

Chapter 149 Perceptual Biases for Threat
(Vanessa LoBue), p.299

Chapter 150 On the Relationship between Stimulus Valence, Emotional Bias, and Behavior
(Yousri Marzouki), p.301

Chapter 151 The Bias toward Cause and Effect
(George Newman) , pp.303-304

Chapter 152 Responding to Group-Based Discrimination: When the Normative Protection of the (Disadvantaged) Ingroup Matters
(Maria Giuseppina Pacilli, Stefano Pagliaro, Angelica Mucchi-Faina, Marta Berti, and Francesca Romana Alparone), p.305

Chapter 153 Interaction of Executive Functions and Perceptual Biases: Age and Praxis as Evidence
(Fiia Takio and Heikki Hämäläinen), p.307

Chapter 154 The Unseen Role of Juror Bias: Implications and Alternatives
(Len Lecci and Bryan Myers), p.309

Chapter 155 The Self-Fortress: Motivational Responses to Threats to the Self
(Verena Graupmann, Dieter Frey and Bernhard Streicher), p.311

Chapter 156 Attention Processes for Threatening Health Information - A Neuroscientific Approach
(Loes T. E. Kessels and Robert A. C. Ruiter), p.313

Chapter 157 Diversity is Bliss: How a Mixture of Personality Traits in Group Contexts May Promote Our Survival
(Tsachi Ein-Dor and Adi Perry), pp.315-316

Chapter 158 Stereotype Threat Beyond the Laboratory: Do Single-gender Colleges Signal a Safety in the Air?
(Avi Ben-Zeev and Nisaa Kirtman), p.317

Chapter 159 Cognitive Self-Regulation Skills and the Big Five Personality Traits: A Joint Factor Analysis
(Tomoko Sugiura and Yoshinori Sugiura), p.319

Chapter 160 Measuring Threat As it Relates to Social Policy: Psychometric Considerations
(James P. Clifton and Christopher L. Aberson), p.321

Chapter 161 Physical Activity and Cancer
(Holly Blake and Rebekah E. Tennyson), p.323

Chapter 162 Psychological and Spiritual Well-being of Women with Breast Cancer Participating in the Art of Living Program
(Arielle Warner and Kathleen Wall), pp.325-326

Chapter 163 ‘The End of Treatment Is Not the End’: Parent's Experiences of Their Child’s Transition from Treatment for Childhood Cancer
(Sian Mckenzie, Christine Curle and Sue Dolby), pp.327-328

Chapter 164 Posttraumatic Growth and the Cancer Experience
(Stephen K. Trapp, Laura Slosky, Jennifer D. Lamanna, Gillian G. Leibach, Monica Durrette and Marilyn Stern), p.329

Chapter 165 Parenting a Child with Leukemia: A Key Role in the Global Adjustment of Child
(Marta Tremolada, Sabrina Bonichini and Marta Pillon), pp.331-332

Chapter 166 Older Cancer Patients’ Anxiety, Information Preference, Coping Style and Participation during Consultation: Effects on Recall of Information
(Frank Tol, Jesse Jansen, Jozien Bensing and Julia van Weert), pp.333-334

Chapter 167 Mental Health Courts
(Kelly Frailing), p.335

Chapter 168 The Role of Intuitive Statistical Knowledge in Confidence-accuracy Calibration: How People Make Confidence Judgments when Guessing
(Paul Williamson, Nathan Weber and Sarah Timmins), pp.337-338

Chapter 169 Does Every Pain Have Its Own Psychology? A Review of Psychosocial Components in Chronic Pain of Different Aetiologies
(Sylvia M. Gustin, Sophie L. Wilcox and Luke A. Henderson), pp.139-340

Chapter 170 Psychological and Social Dynamics of Imbalance in Cross-cultural Stress Encounters: An Examination of Cross-cultural Disconfirmed Expectancy Reaction and Awareness
(Brent R. MacNab, Marcus O’Connor, Valerie Rosentblatt, Reginald Worthley and Susan E. Hannifin-MacNab), pp.341-342

Chapter 171 Motivation for Cognition: The Cognitive Orientation Approach
(Shulamith Kreitler, Adva Margaliot and Yasmin Alkalay), p.343

Chapter 172 Functional Genetic Variations and Their Role in Aggressive Behavior in the Context of Disruptive Behavior Disorders
(Juan D. Pedraza, Ilyan Ivanov, Ozan Toy and Jeffrey Newcorn), p. 345

Chapter 173 The Dark and Bright Sides of Stereotype Suppression
(Andrea Carnaghi, Luigi Castelli and Riccardo Sapienza), p.347

Chapter 174 The Importance of Choice in Educating Children with Pervasive Developmental Disorders
(Efrosini Kalyva), p.349

Chapter 175 Using Geographically Weighted Regression to Assess Spatial Distribution of Mental Health in an Urban Environment
(André Ngamini Ngui and Jean Caron), pp.351-352

Chapter 176 It's in My Genes: Causal Attributions and Perceptions of Choice
(Ilan Dar-Nimrod and Grace Lisandrelli), p. 353

Chapter 177 Individual Traits as Predictors of Cultural Intelligence Self-Perception
(Reginald Worthley, Steve Jenner and Brent MacNab), 355

Chapter 178 The Impact of the Gauteng Consumer Advocacy Movement (GCAM) on Existing Members – A Best Practice Model
(Charlene Sunkel), pp.357-358

Chapter 179 The Role of Reward and Inhibitory Systems in Subliminal and Supraliminal Processing of Facial Expression of Emotions. Brain Research Contribution
(Michela Balconi and Chiara Ferrari), p.359

Chapter 180 The Psychometric Properties of a New Measure of Generalized Expectancies of Reward and Punishment
(Stephen Erdle), p.361

Chapter 181 Psychopathy, Reward, and Punishment
(Keita Masui, Michio Nomura and Mitsuhiro Ura), pp.363-364

Chapter 182 The Role of Reward in the Addictive Behaviors
(Mariano Chóliz), p.365

Chapter 183 Aversive vs. Appetitive Emotional Stimulus Elaboration. Subjective Ratings and BIS and BAS Effects on Psychophysiological and ERPs Correlates
(Michela Balconi and Chiara Ferrari), p.367

Chapter 184 Mismatching Feedback and Punishment-Reward System (BIS/BAS). Effects on FERN and P3 ERP Modulation
(Michela Balconi), p.369

Chapter 185 Epistemology of Well and Ill Structured Problem Solving
(Kumar Laxman), p.371

Chapter 186 Psychosemantic Approaches to Problem Solving: Formal, Analogical, Paradigmatic and Symbolic
(Shulamith Kreitler), p.373

Chapter 187 Implicit Cognition in Problem Solving
(Sebastien Helie and Ron Sun), p.375

Chapter 188 Psychology of Problem Solving in Psittacids
(Franck Peron), p.377

Chapter 189 Approaches to Problem Solving: Developing an Understanding of Naïve, Routine and Sophisticated Problem Solving Behaviours
(Tracey Muir, Kim Beswick and John Williamson), p.379

Chapter 190 Visual Analogy as a Cognitive Stimulator for Problem Solving and Idea Generation in Design
(Hernan Casakin), p.381

Chapter 191 Elementary School Students’ Use of Drawings and Their Problem Solving
(Kazuhiko Nunokawa and Hirotoshi Hiroi), pp.383-384

Chapter 192 Method of Systematically Utilizing Knowledge for Creative Problem Solving
(Ken'ichi Minamino), p.385

Chapter 193 Micro-Cognitive Processes Identified from Verbal Reports in Problem Solving
(Josiane Caron-Pargue, Sandra Bégoin-Augereau, Sabine Metta, Delphine Penny-Leguy and Jean Caron), pp.387-388

Chapter 194 Studying Design Problem Solving Through the Theory of Meaning
(H. Casakin and S. Kreitler), p.389

Chapter 195 Traumatic Attachment as Adaptation: The Biopsychosocial Impact
(Joan Haliburn), pp.391-392

Chapter 196 Trauma Bonding and Interpersonal Violence
(Joan A. Reid, Rachael A. Haskell, Christina Dillahunt-Aspillaga and Jennifer A. Thor), p.393

Chapter 197 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
(Udi Lebel), p.395

Chapter 198 Interventions to Treat Families Who Have Experienced Historical Trauma
(Shannon Dickson and Susan Wycoff), p.397

Chapter 199 Protracted Biases in Facial Emotion Perception and Psychological Functioning in Self-Reported Victims of Early-Life Interpersonal Trauma
(Jacob M. Vigil, Shaun Brophy, Elyse Garrett and Sarette McMurry), pp.399-400

Chapter 200 Trauma, Faith, and Meaning-Making
(J. Irene Harris, Joseph Currier and Crystal Park), p.401

Chapter 201 The Predictors of New Life Adaptation for Adolescents After Typhoon Morakot
(Hui-Ching Wu), pp.403-404

Chapter 202 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Following a Spinal Cord Injury
(Frédérique Courtois, Catherine Otis and Kathleen Charvier), pp.405-406

Chapter 203 The Interpersonal Paradox of Trauma
(Kami L. Schwerdtfeger and Lauren M. Oseland), p.407

Chapter 204 Psychology of Trauma: Vulnerability and Resilience
(Elizabeth Wiese), p.409

Chapter 205 Energy Psychology in the Treatment of PTSD: Psychobiology and Clinical Principles
(Dawson Church and David Feinstein), p.411

Chapter 206 Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal Axis Dysregulation in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
(Meghan E. Pierce and Laurel M. Pritchard), p.413

Chapter 207 The Earthquake Interference Effect and Traumatic Episodic Memory: Evidence from Two ERP studies
(Ming Lei, Jiang Qiu and Qinglin Zhang) , pp.415-416

Chapter 208 From Agony to Ecstasy: The Positive After-Effects of Turmoil and Trauma
(Steve Taylor), p.417

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