Psychology Research Summaries. Volume 6


Nancy E. Wodarth (Editor)
Alexis P. Ferguson (Editor)

Series: Psychology Research Summaries
BISAC: PSY000000

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



Table of Contents

Preface </p></i></p></i>Chapter 1 Continuity versus Creative Response to Challenge: The Primacy of Resilience and Resourcefulness in Life and Therapy</p></i>(Marek J. Celinski and Kathryn M. Gow)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 2 Loneliness, Love and All that’s Between: A Psychological Look at What Makes Us Lonely and What Keeps Us in Love</p></i>(Ami Rokach)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 3 Psychoanalysis and Complexity</p></i>(Gabriele Lenti)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 4 Emotionality of Mental Illness (2 Volume Set)</p></i>(Kam-shing Yip)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 5 On Persons and Structures: Phenomenology’s Contribution to Psychopathological Investigations</p></i>(Cristian Muscelli)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 6 The Concepts of ‘Depressive Pathogenic Situation’ and ‘Melancholic Type of Personality’ as Applied in the Case of Postpartum Depression</p></i>(Alessandra Ambrosini and Giovanni Stanghellini)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 7 The Psychopathology of Everyday Life as a Problem Before Socioanalysis</p></i>(Deyan Deyanov, Svetlana Sabeva and Todor Petkov)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 8 Classification, Validity and Psychiatric Kinds</p></i>(Somogy Varga)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 9 Emotional States and Emotional Disorders: A Case Study for Indeterminacy of Definitions and Criteria in Mental Health</p></i>(George Nikolaidis)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 10 Neuroscience and Psychopathology: The Significance of Translational Validation</p></i>(Drozdstoj St. Stoyanov)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 11 Subthreshold Symptoms in Affective Disorders: Methodological Challenges</p></i>(Georgi Popov and Rayna Mandova)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 12 Empathy: The Crosstalk between Humanistic Disciplines and Neuroscience</p></i>(Massimiliano Aragona, Giorgio Kotzalidis and Antonella Puzella)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 13 Self-Esteem and Psychopathology: The Connections Between Feelings of Self-Worth and Psychological Adjustment</p></i>(Virgil Zeigler-Hill and Christopher J. Holden)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 14 Appraising Neuroscience Research in the Field of Mental Disorders</p></i>(Luis Madeira and Maria Luisa Figueira)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 15 Neurobiological and Philosophical Perspectives of the Psychiatric Patient</p></i>(Jakob Korf)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 16 Potential Risk Biomarkers in Psychopathology: An Update and Critical Reappraisal</p></i>(Valentin Akabaliev, Zlatoslav Arabadjiev, Кatherina Akabalieva and Sevdalina Kandilarova)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 17 Psychomotor Retardation and Agitation in Clinical Depression</p></i>(Petya Terziivanova and Svetlozar Haralanov)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 18 Affective Computing Applied in Elderly with Depression and Alzheimer’s Disease</p></i>(Rayito Rivera-Hernández, Drozdstoj Stoyanov, Magda Tsolaki and Ginés Llorca Ramón)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 19 Psychopathology Associated with Motor Vehicle Crashes</p></i>(Ashley Craig, Yvonne Tran and Ian D. Cameron)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 20 The Place of Chronobiology in the Pathogenesis and Diagnostic of Psychiatry</p></i>(Nadejda Petrova Madjirova)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 21 Teachers as Role Models: Expectations from Secondary School Students in Hong Kong and the Implications on Teachers’ Behaviors and Teacher Training Policy</p></i>(To Lai Ming (Helen))</p></i></p></i>Chapter 22 Climate Risk Communication: Effects of Cost, Timing, and Probability of Climate Consequences in Decisions from Description and Experience</p></i>(Varun Dutt and Cleotilde Gonzalez)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 23 Jury Nullification: The Myth Revisited</p></i>(Joseph A. Hamm, Brian H. Bornstein and Jenna Perkins)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 24 Disabilities, Psychology and Policy Making</p></i>(Leung Chun Kit and Dennis Fung)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 25 Policy-Making Regarding the Medium of Instruction in the Hong Kong Education System</p></i>(Maggie Ma and Dennis Fung)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 26 Branding and the Psychology of Consumer Behavior</p></i>(Bobby J. Calder)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 27 Emotional Branding: What, When, and Why</p></i>(Monique Mitchell Turner)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 28 The Remarkable Consumer Experience of Brands as Drivers to a Deep Consumer-Brand Relationship</p></i>(Sandra M. C. Loureiro)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 29 You’re Nothing Without Me: What Consumers Contribute to Brands</p></i>(Rodoula H. Tsiotsou and Ronald E. Goldsmith)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 30 A General Brand Alliance Model</p></i>(Ronald E. Goldsmith and Barbara A. Lafferty)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 31 Retail Branding Issues in Emerging Countries: Research Insights and Priorities</p></i>(Mbaye Fall Diallo)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 32 Behavioral and Neural Investigation of Brand Names</p></i>(Mei-chun Cheung, Yvonne M. Han, Agnes S. Chan and Sophia L. Sze)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 33 Branding Social and Health Behavior: An Education and Research Agenda</p></i>(W. Douglas Evans)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 34 Implications of Brand Competition for Social Marketing</p></i>(Alec Ulasevich)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 35 Branding and Social Marketing</p></i>(Steven Chapman, James Ayers, Olivier LeTouzé and Benoit Renard)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 36 Brand Alliance of D.A.R.E. and keepin’ it REAL: A Case Study in Brand Dissemination Practices</p></i>(Michael L. Hecht and Jeong Kyu Lee)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 37 Branding as a Strategy to Build Community Engagement in Health Programs</p></i>(Nicholas Goodwin)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 38 Emotions in the workplace – An Individual Differences Perspective</p></i>(Christian L. Burk and Bettina S. Wiese)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 39 The Psychology of Emotions at Work: The Role of Emotions in the Construction and Enactment of Doctor Managers’ Identities</p></i>(Rosalía Cascón-Pereira and Jerry Hallier)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 40 Emotional Labor: Clarifying a Confusing Construct</p></i>(Sharmin Tunguz)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 41 Job Design and Emotional Exhaustion in Human Service Jobs</p></i>(Nicole Stab, Winfried Hacker and Pierre Sachse)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 42 Draining for Some but Not for All – Person – Job Fit as a Moderator to the Effects of Emotional Labor on Strain </p></i>(Myriam N. Bechtoldt and Sonja Rohrmann)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 43 When a Group Just Isn’t in the Mood: Two Approaches for Leveraging Affect to Increase Group Performance</p></i>(Eric E. Jones and Janice R. Kelly)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 44 The Thrill of Victory, the Agony of Defeat: Personality, Perceptions of Price (Un)Fairness, Emotions, and Price Satisfaction</p></i>(Rita Faullant, Kurt Matzler and Todd A. Mooradian)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 45 Loving You from Your First Cents and Leaving You with Our Debts: Money Management in the Household</p></i>(Linda Dezsö and Erich Kirchler)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 46 The Evolution of Empathy: From Single Components to Process Models</p></i>(Tobias Altmann and Marcus Roth)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 47 Empathy Gaps and Decisions: The Case of Curiosity</p></i>(Claudia Bazinger and Anton Kühberger)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 48 The Neuropsychology of Emotional and Cognitive Mechanisms in Decision Making</p></i>(Johannes Schiebener, Bettina Staschkiewicz and Matthias Brand)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 49 Emotions and Self-Integrity</p></i>(Verena Graupmann and Bernhard Streicher)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 50 Moral Emotions and Prosocial Behaviour: It May be Time to Change Our View of Shame and Guilt</p></i>(Ilona E. de Hooge)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 51 “Emotional” Robots and Agents – Implementation of Emotions in Artificial Entities</p></i>(Nicole C. Krämer, Jennifer Klatt, Laura Hoffmann and Astrid Rosenthal-von der Pütten)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 52 Music: The Language of Emotion</p></i>(Kathleen A. Corrigall and E. Glenn Schellenberg)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 53 Emotions, Moods and Musical Preferences</p></i>(Peter Sedlmeier and Thomas Schäfer)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 54 The Mystery of Emotions</p></i>(Changiz Mohiyeddini and Stephanie Bauer)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 55 Significant Others in Everyday Life Emotional Relationships and Health</p></i>(Lisa Trierweiler and Günter Krampen)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 56 Moderators of the Link between the Perception of Injustice and Emotional Reactions</p></i>(Nadine Thomas, Anna Baumert and Manfred Schmitt)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 57 Emotional Disclosure in Bereavement: Relationship to Posttraumatic Stress and Depression Symptoms</p></i>(Tim Hoyt)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 58 Intimate Partner Violence: Predictors, Etiology and Psychological Consequences</p></i>(Maryanne Jaconis and Matt J. Gray)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 59 Childhood Physical Abuse and Mindfulness as Predictors of Young Adult Friendship Maintenance Difficulty</p></i>(Nancy Walter and Alan R. King)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 60 Managing Emotions in the Workplace</p></i>(John E. Buckner V.)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 61 The Typical and Maximum Performance of Intra- and Interpersonal Emotion Management</p></i>(H. Harald Freudenthaler and Ilona Papousek)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 62 Man’s Best Friend: The Therapeutic Impact of Emotional Relationships with Animals</p></i>(Alison Woolf and Alix Brown)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 63 Conceptual Advances in Role Perceptions in Sports</p></i>(Alex J. Benson, Mark W. Surya and Mark A. Eys)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 64 Identity and Disability Sport</p></i>(Jeffrey Martin)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 65 Personality-Trait-Like Individual Differences in Athletes</p></i>(Sylvain Laborde, Jennifer Breuer-Weißborn and Fabrice Dosseville)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 66 A Lifespan Approach to Promoting Physical Activity: Insights from Research and Practice</p></i>(Catrinel Craciun and Adriana Baban)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 67 Group Cohesion, Sport and Exercise</p></i>(Changiz Mohiyeddini and Sara LeBlanc)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 68 Maintenance of Physical Activity: The Impact of Learned Optimism in Breaking Habitual Physical Inactivity</p></i>(Daniela Kahlert and Julia Thurn)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 69 The Well- and Ill-Being of Participants in Competitive Sport Settings: A Review of Motivational Determinants</p></i>(James W. Adie and Kimberley J. Bartholomew)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 70 Fit between Situational and Dispositional Goal Orientation, and its Effects on Flow Experience and Affective Well-Being during Sports</p></i>(Daniela Oertig, Julia Schüler and Robert Buchli)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 71 Enhancing Subjective Well-Being with Video Game-Guided Exercise </p></i>(Meredith K. Reynolds and Mark D. Holder)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 72 The Effects of a Single Wheelchair Sports Session on Physical Activity Cognitions and Behavior</p></i>(Brianne L. Foulon, Kathleen A. Martin Ginis, Cortney Benedict, Amy E. Latimer and Adrienne R. Sinden)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 73 The Psychological Stress in Volleyball: From Fundamentals to Intervention</p></i>(Franco Noce, Israel Teoldo da Costa, Dietmar Samulski and Paulo Roberto dos Santos Amorim)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 74 What Is an Emotion?</p></i>(Changiz Mohiyeddini and Stephanie Bauer)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 75 Emotional Action: An Ideomotor Model</p></i>(Andreas B. Eder and Klaus Rothermund)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 76 Culture and Conceptual Contents of Emotion</p></i>(Stacey N. Doan)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 77 Research on Emotions in Developmental Psychology Contexts: Hot Topics, Trends, and Neglected Research Domains</p></i>(Günter Krampen and Lisa Trierweiler)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 78 Social Referencing in Infancy: Important Findings and Future Directions</p></i>(Lindsay E. Vandivier and Matthew J. Hertenstein)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 79 Anxiety and Cognitive Performance</p></i>(Michael W. Eysenck)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 80 Psychology of Emotion and Its Application in Educational Settings</p></i>(Kristin Bitan, Anna Haep and Gisela Steins)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 81 Emotionality in Mathematical Problem Solving</p></i>(Alex M. Moore and Mark H. Ashcraft)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 82 The Self-conscious Emotions of Guilt, Shame and Pride in Education</p></i>(Shaalan Farouk)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 83 Emotion and Psychopathology</p></i>(Stephanie Bauer and Changiz Mohiyeddini)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 84 Emotion and Genetics</p></i>(Christian Montag, Brian W. Haas and Martin Reuter)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 85 Rumination and Emotions</p></i>(Susan Nolen-Hoeksema, Vera Vine and Kirsten Gilbert)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 86 Strengthening Positive Functioning in Children Growing up Amidst Political and Military Violence: The Role of Emotions in Adjusting to Trauma</p></i>(Guido Veronese and Marco Castiglioni)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 87 Emotion and Obesity</p></i>(Allan Jones)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 88 Differential Effects of Negative Metacognitions and Positive Metacognitions and Meta-Emotions on Anxiety and Depression</p></i>(Nils Beer)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 89 Sensation Seeking and Emotion</p></i>(Nico Liebe and Marcus Roth)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 90 The Influence of Light on Mood and Emotion</p></i>(Elisabeth M. Weiss and Markus Canazei)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 91 Affective Reactions to Physical Activity, Exercise and the Activities of Daily Living: A Review</p></i>(Wolfgang Schlicht, Annelie Reicherz and Martina Kanning)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 92 Emotions and Performance: Valuable Insights from the Sports Domain</p></i>(Sylvain Laborde, Markus Raab and Fabrice Dosseville)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 93 Mindfulness and Emotions</p></i>(Sara LeBlanc and Changiz Mohiyeddini)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 94 Emotions and Creativity</p></i>(Jessica D. Hoffmann)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 95 The Psychobiology of Disgust</p></i>(Sonja Rohrman and Anne Schienle)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 96 Self-Leadership, Self-Regulation and Emotion Regulation: Is There a Common Regulatory Core?</p></i>(Marco R. Furtner and Laura N. Hiller)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 97 Improving Emotional Competence in Adults</p></i>(Moïra Mikolajczak, Ilios Kotsou and Delphine Nelis)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 98 Emotional Intelligence</p></i>(Marc Brackett and Nicole Elbertson)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 99 Adaptive Emotional Functioning: A Comprehensive Model of Emotional Intelligence</p></i>(Nicola S. Schutte and John M. Malouff)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 100 Regulating the Impact of Emotions to Improve Decisions </p></i>(Kathleen E. Darbor and Heather C. Lench)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 101 Sleep, Memory and Emotions</p></i>(Małgorzata Wisłowska, Gabriela G. Werner, Tina Möckel, Dominik P.J. Heib, Kerstin Hoedlmoser and Manuel Schabus)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 102 Oxytocinergic Modulation of Emotional Processes in Social Interactions</p></i>(Anthony Lane, Olivier Luminet and Moïra Mikolajczak)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 103 Creativity: Challenges to a Key Concept for the Twenty-first Century</p></i>(Maria de Fátima Morais)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 104 Contextualized Multiple Thinking and Creativity</p></i>(Yin Cheong Cheng)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 105 Creation and Production: Social Imaginary between Imagination and Common Sense</p></i>(Silvia Pierosara)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 106 Unlocking Insight: Barriers as Doorways</p></i>(Jennifer Walinga)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 107 Creativity and Mood Disorders</p></i>(Deborah Fraser)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 108 Higher Education Classes: Is There a Relationship between Creativity and Questioning?</p></i>(Patrícia Albergaria-Almeida, José Teixeira-Dias and Jorge Medina)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 109 The Effects of Creative Thinking Activities in Visual Arts Instruction on Junior High School Students</p></i>(Yen-Shun Wei, Amber Yayin Wang and Pei-Fen Hsieh)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 110 The Psychology of Creativity: Mental Models in Design Teams</p></i>(Hernan Casakin and Petra Badke-Schaub)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 111 Creative Conflict and the Psychology of Musical Creativity: A Case Study of a Nashville Recording Session</p></i>(Guy Morrow)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 112 The Role of Individual Creativity Levels in the Cognitive and Emotive Evaluation of Complex Multimedia Stimuli. A Study on Behavioural Data and Psycho-Physiological Indices</p></i>(Barbara Colombo, Luca Grati, Chiara DiNuzzo and Alessandro Antonietti)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 113 Neuroticism in Early Childhood: Its Measurement, Development, and Behavioral Expressions</p></i>(Maja Zupančič and Tina Kavčič)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 114 The Relations between the Perceived Parenting Styles and the Neuroticism in Children and Adolescents</p></i>(Belén Mesurado and María Cristina Richaud de Minzi)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 115 Neuroticism and Resilience: Evaluating Mindfulness As a Mediator</p></i>(Keri Johns, David J. Chavers and Elise Labbé)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 116 The Psychology of Altruism and the Problems of Mechanism, Egoism, and Determinism</p></i>(Edwin E. Gantt, Jeffrey S. Reber and Jordan D. Hyde)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 117 The Evolution of Feeling</p></i>(Michael Slote)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 118 Altruism and Economic Growth in an Institutional Theoretical Perspective</p></i>(Guglielmo Forges Davanzati and Antonio Luigi Paolilli)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 119 Career Construction and Life Design: Heralding a New Beginning to Career Counseling in the 21st Century</p></i>(Annamaria Di Fabio and Jacobus G. Maree)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 120 Career Construction Counseling</p></i>(Paul J. Hartung)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 121 Career Counseling and Life Meaning: A New Perspective of Life Designing for Research and Applications</p></i>(Jean-Luc Bernaud)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 122 What Competencies Do People Living in Liquid Societies Need in Order to Design Their Lives and Direct their Careers?</p></i>(Jean Guichard)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 123 The Role of Narratives in Career Counseling: Career as Story</p></i>(Mark C. Rehfuss)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 124 The Role of Audience in Life Design</p></i>(William C. Briddick and Hande Sensoy-Briddick)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 125 Applying Career Construction in Group-Based Contexts with Adults</p></i>(Annamaria Di Fabio)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 126 The Counseling Needs of Employed Adults: Implication for Career Counseling</p></i>(Marijke Verbruggen, Nicky Dries and Annelies van Vianen)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 127 The Theory of Career Adaptability</p></i>(Jennifer J. Del Corso)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 128 Investigating the Usefulness of the Career Construction Genogram for the 21st Century: A Case Study</p></i>(Annamaria Di Fabio and Letizia Palazzeschi)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 129 The Career Construction Interview and Its Use in Career Counseling</p></i>(Brian J. Taber)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 130 Assessing Interests: A Career Construction Perspective</p></i>(Susan R. Barclay)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 131 Techniques in Career Construction Counseling</p></i>(Kevin B. Stoltz)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 132 Applying Career Construction: A Career Counseling Course for College Students</p></i>(Tracy M. Lara)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 133 Assessing Career Adaptability Using the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale</p></i>(Kevin Glavin and Carolyn Berger)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 134 The Practice of Career Adaptability: Addressing Clients’ Career-Related Concerns</p></i>(Jennifer J. Del Corso)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 135 Using a Combined Quantitative-Qualitative Approach to Career Counseling for a Student in the Natural Sciences: A Longitudinal Case Study</p></i>(J. G. Maree)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 136 Variations in the Assessment of Social Anxiety</p></i>(Kathy Sexton-Radek and Reyna Schwartz)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 137 Perception of Autonomic Arousal in Social Anxiety: Mechanisms and its Role As a Maintaining Factor</p></i>(Margit Gramer)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 138 Enhancing Help and Treatment-Seeking Behaviors among Adolescents and Young Adults with Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia)</p></i>(Suela Sulo and Maya Ramic)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 139 Family Influences of Children’s Social Anxiety during Early Adolescence</p></i>(Cheryl Buehler and Bridget B. Weymouth)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 140 The Role of Family Factors in Social Anxiety: A Review of Empirical Findings and Implications for Treatment</p></i>(Ourania Founta)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 141 Social Anxiety and Substance Use</p></i>(Erika Melonashi)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 142 Social Anxiety in the School Setting for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders</p></i>(Efrosini Kalyva and Vlastaris Tsakiris)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 143 Social Anxiety and HIV/AIDS: Psychological Well-Being and Intervention Effectiveness</p></i>(Miltiadis Stefanidis, Charilaos Liampas, Fotis Katimertzopoulos, Vlad Dediu, Christina Zintro, Victoria Georgieva, and Aleksandar Ilievski)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 144 Barriers to Medication Adherence among Chronic Heart Failure Patients in Greece</p></i>(Paraskevi Theofilou Konstadina Griva and Sophia Zyga)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 145 Social Anxiety Disorder: The Role of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy</p></i>(Stavros Simitsis, Klearchos Konstantinos Stamatoulakis, Valeria Strigkou, Kyriaki Avramidou, Nikolaos Drouboulas-Theodoridis and Pagona Papadimitriou)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 146 Recalibrational Emotions and the Regulation of Trust-Based Behaviors</p></i>(Eric Schniter and Timothy Shields)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 147 Trust in Public Relations</p></i>(Olaf Hoffjann)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 148 Trust as a Micro Mechanism for Building a Firm’s Dynamic Capabilities: A Behaviorist Approach</p></i>(Irina Stoyneva, Daniel Tzabbar and Shay Tzafrir)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 149 Is Trust Cognitive or Emotional? A Discussion of Cognitive Trust, Emotional Trust, Cognitive Distrust, and Emotional Distrust</p></i>(Sherrie Y. Komiak)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 150 Trust: A Neurobiological Perspective</p></i>(René Riedl)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 151 Gender, Trust, and Website Design</p></i>(Dianne Cyr)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 152 What We Really Know about Antecedents of Trust: A Critical Review of the Empirical Information Systems Literature on Trust</p></i>(Matthias Söllner and Jan Marco Leimeister)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 153 Complex Multi-Factor Trust in the Online Environment</p></i>(James Lee, Jr., Merrill Warkentin and Allen C. Johnston)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 154 Determinants of Project Success in Online Software Marketplaces: Thresholds and What Ratings Really Predict</p></i>(David Gefen and Erran Carmel)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 155 Three-Dimensional Trust: How Beginning Principals Build Trust with their Staff during Leader Succession</p></i>(Shawn Northfield)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 156 Honesty is Not Enough for Trust, Proactive Integrity is Even More Important</p></i>(Arik Ragowsky)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 157 Cognition- and Affect-Based Trust in Technological Artifacts</p></i>(Weiquan Wang)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 158 Trust Me, I Work for Humanity: Factors Influencing Donors’ Trust in Dutch Charitable Organizations after an Initial Encounter</p></i>(Babiche Snip, Ardion Beldad and Joris van Hoof)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 159 Trusting Propensity and Trust in Institutions: A Comparative Study of 5 ASEAN Nations</p></i>(Soo Jiuan Tan and Siok Kuan Tambyah)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 160 The Role of Individuals’ Social Networks Density on Their Transfers of Trust Behaviors and Expectations: A Social Capital Approach</p></i>(Blanca L. Delgado-Márquez, Maksim Belitski and Luisa Delgado-Márquez)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 161 The Virtues of Anonymity: Evidence from Trust Games</p></i>(Azi Lev-On)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 162 Craving Theories: A Dissemination of Knowledge in the Early 21st Century</p></i>(Martina Casey)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 163 Accepting Your Cravings</p></i>(Nic Hooper)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 164 Guilty Pleasures: Understanding Undergraduates’ Cravings and Guilt for Sweets and Carbohydrates</p></i>(Christina L. Scott, Irma M. Rivera and Kimberly A. Welch)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 165 Parental Views of Children’s Bullying Experience, Coping Strategies and their Association with Parenting Practices</p></i>(S. Karga, I. Bibou-Nakou and G. Giaglis)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 166 Personal and Environmental Predictors of School Bullying and its Emotional Consequences</p></i>(Dario Bacchini, Gaetana Affuso, Serena Aquilar and Maria Concetta Miranda)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 167 Coping Strategies of Secondary School Students Experiencing Bullying: Frequency, Type of Bullying and Psychosocial Difficulties</p></i>(I. Bibou-Nakou and A. Markos)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 168 Bullying/Victimization in Preschool Children: Intrapersonal and Contextual Factors</p></i>(Maria Vlachou, Kafenia Botsoglou and Eleni Andreou)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 169 Discordances in Adolescents’ Adoption of Perspectives on Bullying and their Importance for Dealing with the Problem</p></i>(Isabel Cuadrado-Gordillo and Inmaculada Fernández-Antelo)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 170 School Bullying and Health Problems: A Developmental Examination of Predictive and Protective Factors and Coping Strategies</p></i>(Jennifer M. Knack, Steven Arnocky, Crystal Lawton, Mariah Wallace and Jessica Sussman)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 171 Bullying in Childhood and Adolescence: Modifying Factors, Impact on Psychosocial Well-Being, and Intervention Strategies</p></i>(Shannon Cheek, Griffin Alexander Stout and Elise D. Berlan)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 172 Why Do Bullies Bully? Reputation as a Predictor of Bullying</p></i>(Stephen Houghton, Annemaree Carroll, Carol Tan and Elijah Nathan)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 173 The Role of Father Involvement in Children’s Bullying Behavior: An Overview of the Literature</p></i>(Theodoros Giovazolias and Olga Themeli)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 174 The Implementation of a Statewide Bullying Prevention Program and its Impact on Schools and Communities</p></i>(Betsy Schroeder, Allison Messina, Diana Schroeder, Shiryl Barto and Matthew Masiello)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 175 Psychology of Sports: Definitions, Topics and Trends</p></i>(Changiz Mohiyeddini and Sara LeBlanc)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 176 Current Research in Sports Officiating and Decision-Making</p></i>(Fabrice Dosseville, Sylvain Laborde and Catherine Garncarzyk)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 177 A Précis of Simple Heuristics in Sports</p></i>(Markus Raab)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 178 Transformational Leadership: Theory, Research and Application to Sports</p></i>(A. Rui Gomes)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 179 Assessing Leadership Styles of Coaches and Testing the Augmentation Effect in Sport</p></i>(A. Rui Gomes and Rui Resende)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 180 Predicting Sport Fans’ Willingness to Consider Anonymous Acts of Aggression: Importance of Team Identification and Fan Dysfunction</p></i>(Daniel L. Wann and Paula J. Waddill)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 181 The Implicit Achievement Motive and General Life Stress Affect Time Spent on Competitive Matches in Racquet Sports</p></i>(Mirko Wegner and Julia Schüler)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 182 Eating Disorders among Male Athletes: A Psychosocial Perspective</p></i>(Vanessa Lentillon-Kaestner)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 183 Types of Coping Strategies As Predictors for the Development of Psychosomatic Disorders After the Life Event “Career Termination”</p></i>(Pia-Maria Wippert and Helen Niemeyer)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 184 Individual Conceptions of Well-Being Predict Psychological and Subjective Well-Being: Beyond the Big Five</p></i>(Ethan A. McMahan, Maggie D. Renken, Andre Kehn and Martina Nitkova)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 185 Psychological Type and Happiness: A Study among Female Undergraduates in Israel</p></i>(Leslie J. Francis, Yaacov Yablon and Mandy Robbins)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 186 Happiness is a Thing Called Stable Extraversion: Testing Eysenck’s Thesis among Three Samples in Australia</p></i>(John W. Fisher and Leslie J. Francis)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 187 Love as the Source of Happiness </p></i>(Satu Uusiautti and Kaarina Määttä)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 188 Love of Life and Its Association with Personality Dimensions in College Students</p></i>(Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 189 Same-Sex Friendship, Cross-Sex Friendship, Personality and Happiness: A Cross-Cultural Comparison</p></i>(Melikşah Demir and Aysun Doğan)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 190 Happiness Decreases in Secondary School: A Longitudinal Study on Early Adolescents</p></i>(Lotta Uusitalo-Malmivaara)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 191 Childhood Correlates of Protracted Life Dissatisfaction: Not All Adversity Hurts the Same</p></i>(Jacob M. Vigil, Shaun Brophy, Tammie Johnson, Patricia Pendleton and Lauren N. Rowell)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 192 Are Stressful Jobs the Price to Pay for Economic Prosperity?</p></i>(Stefano Bartolini and Francesco Sarracino)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 193 Job Resources Enhance Work Engagement through Positive Affect and Meaningful Work among Japanese Employees</p></i>(Shizuka Nakamura and Yasumasa Otsuka)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 194 Daily Hassles and Uplifts at Work: Perceived Effects on Well-Being</p></i>(Ana Junça Silva and António Caetano)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 195 Promoting Happiness through Urban Planning</p></i>(Maxine R. Crawford and Mark D. Holder)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 196 Happiness Interventions and the Efficacy of Affective Priming</p></i>(Linden R. Timoney and Mark D. Holder)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 197 Measurement and Public Policy Uses of Subjective Well-Being</p></i>(André van Hoorn)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 198 The Well-Being Lessons on Employment</p></i>(Małgorzata Mikucka)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 199 How Politicians Exploit and Manipulate People’s Perceived Well-Being to Win in the Political Arena and to Be Elected</p></i>(Nadezhda Shilova)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 200 Determinants of Subjective Well-Being of Chronically Ill Patients: Theoretical Considerations and Some Empirical Results</p></i>(Alexis Belianin, Lev Brylev, Olga Isupova, Elena Kashina, Ekaterina Lishchenko and Maria Radionova)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 201 Maslow’s Needs Hierarchy and the Effect of Income on Happiness Levels</p></i>(Stavros A. Drakopoulos and Katerina Grimani)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 202 Happiness of Economic Man</p></i>(Katalin Martinás, Zsolt Gilányi, Veronika Poór and Ágoston Reguly)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 203 Renewal of Fear: Clinical-Analogue Findings</p></i>(Siavash Bandarian-Balooch, David L. Neumann and Mark J. Boschen)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 204 Psychophysiological Reactions and Brain Activity in Phobic Subjects: The Case of Blood-Injection-Injury Phobia</p></i>(Juan P. Sánchez-Navarro and José M. Martínez-Selva)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 205 Investigating the Potential Sources of Fear of Negative Evaluation among Eleven Algerian University EFL Learners: A Qualitative Analysis</p></i>(Nadia Idri)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 206 Does Right-Wing Authoritarianism Reduce Fear? An Experimental Study</p></i>(Silvia Russo and Michele Roccato)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 207 Modulation of the Extinction of Fear Learning</p></i>(Jociane de C. Myskiw, Cristiane R. G. Furini and Ivan Izquierdo)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 208 Development of the Concept of Hope and the Phenomenon of Hope: Hardiness and Trauma Psychotherapeutic Model for the Treatment of Patients with Chronic and Complex PTSD</p></i>(Ofir Levi)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 209 An Integrative Approach to Promoting Hope</p></i>(Manyat Ruchiwit)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 210 Hope as a Positive Cognition against Adversity and Beyond</p></i>(Samuel M. Y. Ho, Ada N. Y. Yuen and Bowie P. Y. Siu)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 211 Hope vs. Openness at End-of-Life: A Dialectic in Narrative</p></i>(Teresa L. Thompson and Leandra Boreman)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 212 Hope Theory in Education Systems</p></i>(Orly Idan and Malka Margalit)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 213 The Employment Hope Scale: Measuring an Empowerment Pathway to Employment Success</p></i>(Philip Young P. Hong and Sangmi Choi)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 214 Improving the Recognition and Management of Depression in Epilepsy</p></i>(Jeremy Rampling)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 215 A Clinical Contribution to the Comprehension of the Psychopathological Effects of Cochlear Implants</p></i>(C. Hoffmann,F. Gorog, A. Hachet, F. Pellion, J. Laborit, U. Renard, C. Quérel and F. Rengifo)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 216 Cardiac Autonomic Regulation: A Role in the Cardiovascular Adverse Outcomes in Major Depression</p></i>(Ingrid Tonhajzerova and Daniela Mokra)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 217 Buying Happiness: Differential Consumption Experiences for Material and Experiential Purchases</p></i>(Ryan T. Howell and Darwin A. Guevarra)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 218 Improvement of Child and Adolescent’s Mood Instability, Impulsivity, Aggression and Suicidal Attempts: Results of an Open Trial of Add-On Lamotrigine Strategy </p></i>(Daniel Serrani)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 219 Assessing TLI as a Predictor of Treatment Seeking for SUD among Youth Transitioning to Young Adulthood</p></i>(Jack R. Cornelius and Levent Kirisci)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 220 Phosphoinositide Signal Transduction Pathway and Major Depression</p></i>(Vincenza Rita Lo Vasco)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 221 Experimental Studies of Physical Exercises to Improve Students Sleep Quality and Mental Health</p></i>(Liang Li and Xiaowei Liu)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 222 Ideal and Acceptable Body Size in College Fraternity Men</p></i>(F. Richard Ferraro, Brianna Crawford and Natasha Adamson)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 223 Psychobiological Foundation of the Theory of Attitude</p></i>(Nugzar Aleksidze)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 224 Effective Punishment Experiences: The Need for a More Comprehensive Approach to Conceptualising Behavioural Punishers and Reinforcers in a Road Safety Context</p></i>(Judy Fleiter, Barry Watson and Alexia Lennon)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 225 Differences in the Process of Choosing Capital Punishment or Imprisonment: Excerpts from a Study by a Japanese Lay Judge</p></i>(Eiichiro Watamura and Toshihiro Wakebe)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 226 Punishment Avoidance and Intentional Risky Driving Behaviour: What are the Implications for ‘Getting Away with it’?</p></i>(Bridie Scott-Parker, Barry Watson, Mark J. King and Melissa K. Hyde)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 227 Delayed Punishment: An Overview and Future Directions</p></i>(James N. Meindl and Neal Miller)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 228 Corporal Physical Punishment Today: The History, Effects and Long-Term Implications </p></i>(J. D. Barton, Adam Kaplan, Natalia Moss and Judy Ho)</p></i></p></i>Chapter 229 The Role of Gender and School Type in EFL Teachers’ Adoption of Classroom Discipline Strategies</p></i>(Mehrak Rahimi and Fatemeh Hosseini Karkami)</p></i></p></i>Index</p></b>

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