Psychology Research Summaries. Volume 9 (with Biographical Sketches)


Nancy E. Wodarth and Alexis P. Ferguson (Editors)

Series: Psychology Research Progress
BISAC: PSY000000

This book is a compilation of research summaries from a number of different focuses in the field of psychology research.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Part I: Researcher Biographical Sketches (pp. 1-2)

Chapter 1. Margarita Bernales (pp. 3-4)
Chapter 2. Baltica Cabieses (pp. 5-8)
Chapter 3. Bernardo J. Carducci (pp. 9-10)
Chapter 4. Dianne Dentice (pp. 11-12)
Chapter 5. Maria Elizabeth Grabe (pp. 13-14)
Chapter 6. Kwang-Kuo Hwang (pp. 15-17)
Chapter 7. Lucía Jiménez (pp. 19-22)
Chapter 8. Matthew J. Kobach (pp. 23-24)
Chapter 9. Jesús Maya (pp. 25-26)
Chapter 10. Angie L. Miller (pp. 27-28)
Chapter 11. Simone Perelson (pp. 29-30)
Chapter 12. Daniel Serrani (pp. 31-34)

Part II: Research Summaries (pp. 35-36)

Chapter 13. Combat Sports Time-Motion Analysis and Physiology and Its Implications for Fighters’ Strength and Conditioning (pp. 37-38)
(Emerson Franchini)

Chapter 14. Youth Development in Combat Sports (pp. 39-40)
(David H. Fukuda and Michael B. La Monica)

Chapter 15. Psychological Preparation in Combat Sports: An Update (pp. 41-42)
(Dragana Zanini, Izet Radjo and Patrik Drid)

Chapter 16. Oxidative Stress and Training in Martial Arts: The Role of Mitochondria (pp. 43-44)
(Cristina Casals, Jesús R. Huertas, Tatjana Trivic, Patrik Drid and Sergej M. Ostojic)

Chapter 17. Physical Conditioning in Mixed Martial Arts: From Evidence to Practical Experience (pp. 45-46)
(Igor Jukic, Luka Milanovic, Almin Hopovac, Mirko Filipovic, Nika Jukic and Ivan Krakan)

Chapter 18. Structuring and Comparison of Models for Determining Factors of Success in Judo (pp. 47-48)
(Sasa Krstulovic and Petra Djapic Caput)

Chapter 19. Special Judo Fitness Test: Results and Applications (pp. 49-50)
(Katarzyna Sterkowicz-Przybycień, David H. Fukuda, Emerson Franchini and Stanislaw Sterkowicz)

Chapter 20. Injury Prevalence in Judo: An Update (pp. 51-52)
(Milovan Bratic, Nemanja Stankovic and Mirsad Nurkic)

Chapter 21. Anaerobic Capacities for Elite Performance in Taekwondo 53-54)
(Drazen Cular, Johnny Padulo and Goran Sporis)

Chapter 22. Success Factors for Competitive Karate: Kata vs. Kumite (pp. 55-56)
(Nenad Koropanovski, Sandra Vujkov and Srecko Jovanovic)

Chapter 23. Phenomenal Methodology: Toward an Egosyntonic Psycho-Neuro-Dynamic Model of Mental Health (pp. 57-58)
(Glen Just)

Chapter 24. How Do We Identify Loneliness in Intimate Relations? (pp. 59-60)
(Gwenaëlle Philibert-Lignières and Ami Rokach)

Chapter 25. You’re Smart, for a Woman: Examining Stereotypic Backhanded Compliments (pp. 61-62)
(Melissa Burkley, Angela Andrade, Angela C. Bell and Jarrod Bock)

Chapter 26. The Girl Power and Ophelia Discourses: Adolescent Girls and Their Wellbeing (pp. 63-64)
(Margaret M. Marcum and James A. Marcum)

Chapter 27. Marital Status and Its Effect on Subjective Daytime Sleepiness in the General Population (pp. 65-66)
(Tsukasa Kato)

Chapter 28. A Study of Cognitive (Attentional Focus) and Mentalizing Comments of Maternal Speech: Relationship to Infant Birth-Order
(pp. 67-68)
(Theano Kokkinaki and V. G. S. Vasdekis)

Chapter 29. Autobiographical Memory in Words and Pictures: Representation of Time in Personal Narratives and Photographs in 8- to 10-Year-Old Children (pp. 69-70)
(Marina Larkina, Nicole L. Varga, Thanujeni Pathman and Patricia J. Bauer)

Chapter 30. The Germanwings Crash: What Can We Learn from This Tragedy? (pp. 71-72)
(Bruce Kirkcaldy, Adrian Furnham and Vincent Egan)

Chapter 31. The New DSM-V, Psychopathology Plus Neuroscience and the Omics Sciences: Are We Ready for a Revolution? (pp. 73-74)
(Giovanni Del Puente, Giovanna Canepa, Giulia Adavastro
Mariano Martini and Nicola Luigi Bragazzi)

Chapter 32. Why the Spanish Public University Model Is Wrong: Causes and Recommendations for Improvement (pp. 75-76)
(Lucas Jódar)

Chapter 33. A Case Study of Directional Communities in a Directed Graph: The Accessing Procedure to the Spanish Public University System (pp. 77-78)
(A. Hervás, P. P. Soriano-Jiménez, A. Jiménez, J. Peinado, R. Capilla and J. M. Montañana)

Chapter 34. Validation of Incode Framework for Assessment of Innovation Competency of Higher Education Students: A Multidimensional Technique for Affinity Diagram to Detect the Most Relevant Behaviours and Skills (pp. 79-80)
Mónica Martínez-Gómez, Manuel Marí-Benlloch and Juan A. Marin-Garcia

Chapter 35. Evaluation of M-Learning among Students According to Their Behaviour with Apps (pp. 81-82)
(Laura Briz-Ponce, Anabela Pereira, Juan Antonio Juanes-Méndez and Francisco José García-Peñalvo)

Chapter 36. Assessing University Stakeholders Attributes: A Participative Leadership Approach (pp. 83-84)
(Martín A. Pantoja, María del P. Rodríguez and Andrés Carrión)

Chapter 37. Intervention Programme for Pharmacy Office Preventing Metabolic Syndrome: Improving the Population’s Quality of Life by Modelling Its Behavior (pp. 85-86)
(María del Mar Meliá Santarrufina and Fernando Figueroa)

Chapter 38. Actors and Factors Involved in Health Technology Diffusion and Adoption: Economic, Social and Technological Determinants (pp. 87-88)
(María Caballer-Tarazona and Cristina Pardo-García)

Chapter 39. Assessing the Operation of and User Satisfaction with the Electronic Prescribing System in the Valencian Community (Spain)
(pp. 89-90)
(Isabel Barrachina, Elena de la Poza Plaza, Beatriz Pedrós and David Vivas)

Chapter 40. Modelling Human Behaviours by Shaping Organizational Culture (pp. 91-92)
(Mateusz Molasy)

Chapter 41. Robbery Attractiveness among Urban Areas: A Computational Modelling Approach (pp. 93-94)
(R. Cervelló-Royo, E. Conca-Casanova, J.-C. Cortés and Rafael-J. Villanueva)

Chapter 42. The Peak Work of the Patriarch Ribera in the Counter-Reformation: The Royal Seminary-School of Corpus Christi of Valencia (Spain) (pp. 95-96)
(Carlos Lerma, Ángeles Mas, Enrique Gil and Jose Vercher)

Chapter 43. Modeling of Human Capital and Impact on EU Regional Competitiveness (pp. 97-98)
(Lenka Fojtíková, Michaela Staníčková and Lukáš Melecký)

Chapter 44. The Cox-Ingersoll-Ross Interest Rate Model Revisited: Some Motivations and Applications (pp. 99-100)
(R.-V. Arévalo, J.-C. Cortés and R.-J. Villanueva)

Chapter 45. Consumers’ Multi-Homing or Multiple Demand (pp. 101-102)
(Cristina Pardo-García and María Caballer-Tarazona)

Chapter 46. Modelling Learning under Random Conditions with Cellular Automata (pp. 103-104)
(L. Acedo)

Chapter 47. Capturing the Subjacent Risk of Death from a Population: The Wavelet Approximation (pp. 105-106)
(I. Baeza-Sampere and F. G. Morillas-Jurado)

Chapter 48. Trajectories Similarity: A Proposal and Some Problems (pp. 107-108)
(Francisco Javier Moreno, Santiago Román Fernández and Vania Bogorny)

Chapter 49. A Tensor Model for Automated Production Lines Based on Probabilistic Sub-Cycle Times (pp. 109-110)
(E. Garcia and N. Montes)

Chapter 50. Building Lifetime Heterosexual Partner Networks (pp. 111-112)
(L. Acedo, R. Martí, F. Palmi, V. Sanchez-Alonso, F. J. Santonja, Rafael-J. Villanueva and J. Villanueva-Oller)

Chapter 51. Introduction to the Psychology of Self-Esteem (pp. 113-114)
(Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek)

Chapter 52. Relationship between Self-Compassion, Self-Esteem and Mental Health (pp. 115-116)
(Andrea Sági)

Chapter 53. Relationship between Physical Activity, BMI, Screen Time and Self-Esteem on Chilean Children (pp. 117-118)
(J. J. Muros, C. Cofre-Bolados, F. Zurita-Ortega and E. Knox)

Chapter 54. Self-Esteem and Consumer Behaviour (pp. 119-120)
(Natasha Pitfield)

Chapter 55. Gender Differences in the Relationship between Self-Esteem Varieties and Aggressiveness
(pp. 121-122)
(Renata Marčič and Darja Kobal Grum)

Chapter 56. The Influence of Self-Esteem and Peer Norms on Substance Use among Hispanic Adolescents (pp. 123-124)
(Oladunni A. Oluwoye, Laura A. Nabors, Robert A. Yockey and Angelica M. Hardee)

Chapter 57. Self-Esteem and Its Relation with Family Atmosphere and Reported Depression Among Arab Adolescents (pp. 125-126)
(Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek)

Chapter 58. Self-Esteem among Portuguese Migrants in Switzerland (pp. 127-128)
(Ana Cristina Menezes Fonseca and Félix Neto)

Chapter 59. Self-Esteem Implicit Association Test: A State or Trait Measure? (pp. 129-130)
(Francesco Dentale and Claudio Barbaranelli)

Chapter 60. Examining Self-Esteem, Stress, and Anxiety on Marijuana Use Among Students at Historically Black and Predominantly White Universities (pp. 131-132)
(Oladunni A. Oluwoye, Russell J. Fricano, Jacob O. Oluwoye, Salam Khan and Adetokunbo O. Ayokanmbi)

Chapter 61. Charting a Course to Self-Esteem: Evidence from Four Independent Studies Showing Elevated Self-Esteem Following Participation in a 10-Day Voyage (pp. 133-134)
(Sarah Kafka, Jillian G. Hayhurst, Mike Boyes, Damian Scarf, Ted Ruffman, Maurice Stringer and John A. Hunter)

Chapter 62. Improvement of Self-Esteem in Persons with Dependency on Illicit Drugs After Clinical Treatment (pp. 135-136)
(Saša Ucman and Darja Kobal Grum)

Chapter 63. Understanding Empathy in On-Line Learning Environments (pp. 137-138)
(Wayne Duncan and Margaret Walshaw)

Chapter 64. Cognitive and Affective Components of Empathy and their Relationship with Anxiety and Depression (pp. 139-140)
(Usue Echeveste, Jone Aliri and Arantxa Gorostiaga)

Chapter 65. Empathy and Emotion Recognition in Frontotemporal Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease: A Study Using Event-Related Potentials (pp. 141-142)
(Daniel Serrani)

Chapter 66. Extracting Empathy from Related Constructs: Historical, Theoretical, and Empirical Support (pp. 143-144)
(Conrad Baldner and Jared J. McGinley)

Chapter 67. Can Empathy Make Therapists Sick? The Role of Empathy and Coping in Secondary Trauma in Trauma Therapists (p. 145-146)
(Tamara Thomsen, Katja Püttker and Julia Weberling)

Chapter 68. Oxytocin as a Treatment Option in Right Hemisphere Stroke (pp. 147-148)
(Charltien Long and Argye E. Hillis)

Chapter 69. Bullying: Parenting Styles in Victims and Aggressors (pp. 149-150)
(Maite Garaigordobil)

Chapter 70. Assessment and Treatment of Trauma in Preschool Children (pp. 151-152)
(Carrie B. Jackson, Yi-Chuen Chen, Desireé N. Williford, Kelsey McCoy, April Highlander, Emma Veshecco and Cheryl B. McNeil)

Chapter 71. Reducing Challenging Behaviors of Children with Developmental Disabilities: Functional Assessments and Intervention Strategies (pp. 153-154)
(Fabrizio Stasolla, Alessandro O. Caffò, Viviana Perilli, Adele Boccasini and Rita Damiani)

Chapter 72. The Unheard Voice: Content Analysis of Artwork by Bereaved Children (pp. 155-156)
Vivian Ting Chuk Lai

Chapter 73. Chinese Elementary School Students’ Motivation and Attitudes Towards Learning English (pp, 157-158)
(Suhua Huang)

Chapter 74. Exploring Teachers’ Work and Emotional Experiences in Hong Kong: A Qualitative Study (pp. 159-160)
(Kwok Kuen Tsang)

Chapter 75. Precompetitive Situational Anxiety (PSA) in Sports: Assessing and Predictive Tools (pp. 161-162)
(Sofiene Mnadla, Nicola Luigi Bragazzi, Hannen Massaoudi, Mounira Ben Chaifa and Ali Eloumi)

Chapter 76. Internet and Novel Technology Addiction: The Latest Epidemic (pp. 163-164)
(Donatella Marazziti, Stefano Baroni and Federico Mucci)

Chapter 77. Towards an Epidemiological Model of Internet Addiction (pp. 165-166)
(Andres Fontalba-Navas, Virginia Gil-Aguilar and Jose Miguel Pena-Andreu)

Chapter 78. Internet Addiction and Flow Experience (pp. 167-168)
(Kazuki Hirao)

Chapter 79. The Role of Attachment Style and Social Anxiety in Internet Addiction (pp. 169-17)
(Carlo Lai, Gaia Romana Pellicano, Daniela Altavilla, Navkiran Kalsi and Michela D’Argenzio)

Chapter 80. The Mental Health Literacy of Internet Addiction among Adolescents: An Initial Measure Development and Validation
(pp. 171-172)
(Lawrence T. Lam)

Chapter 81. A Reflective Study of the Dilemmas in the Digital Addiction Policy of Korea (pp. 173-172)
(Young-Sam Koh)

Chapter 82. Fusion: The Integration of Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Constructs within the Self-Concept (pp. 175-176)
Edward Burkley, Thomas Hatvany and Jessica Curtis

Chapter 83. Academic Self-Concept and Academic Achievement: Taking Account of the Twofold Multidimensional Structure of Academic Self-Concept and Cultural Influences on Learning Beliefs (pp. 177-178)
(Lan Yang)

Chapter 84. Self-Beliefs, Metacognition and Mathematics Achievement: A Comparison of US and East-Asian Students (pp. 179-180)
(Ming Ming Chiu)

Chapter 85. Deriving a Structural Model for the Multidimensional Self-Concept Construct: A Case of Middle School Students in Mainland China (pp. 181-182)
(Ze Wang and Yong Yu Guo)

Chapter 86. Impacts of a Foreign Language Learner’s Belief System on Self-Concept: A Case Study of a Chinese Student During and After a Japanese Study Abroad (pp. 183-184)
(Reiko Yoshida)

Chapter 87. An Exploration of Disability Content in Sports and Exercise Psychology Textbooks (pp. 185-186)
(Michele Lewis Watts and Jeffrey J. Martin)

Chapter 88. The Self-Objectification Scale: A New Measure for Assessing Self-Objectification (pp. 187-188)
(Sarah Dahl, Lindsey Hovrud and F. Richard Ferraro)

Chapter 89. Personal Self-Determination of High School Students (pp. 189-190)
(Irina I. Vartanova)

Chapter 90. Altruism and Life Satisfaction among LGBT Older Adults (pp. 191-192)
(Boaz Kahana, Eva Kahana, Tirth Bhatta, Minzhi Ye and Jiao Yu)

Chapter 91. How to Achieve Subjective Well-Being through Medical Tourism: The Engagement Process through Credibility, Desire, and Experience (pp. 193-194)
(Sandra Maria Correia Loureiro and Padma Panchapakesan)

Chapter 92. Effects of Perceived Stress on the Reading Performance of College Students (pp. 195-196)
(Dean D. VonDras)

Chapter 93. The Effects of a Short Course in Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy (CBT) on Knowledge Acquisition in Non-Specialist CBT Practitioners (pp. 197-198)
(Andrew E. P. Mitchell)

Chapter 94. A Controlled Comparative Study of Psychological Characteristics in Different Categories of Juvenile Sex Offenders: Child Abusers versus Peer Abusers and Exhibitionists (pp. 199-200)
(Ron van Outsem)

Chapter 95. Juvenile Completers and Non-Completers of Sex Offender Treatment: A Study on the Differences in Various Psychological Characteristics and on the Completers’ Treatment Outcome (pp. 201-202)
(Ron van Outsem)

Chapter 96. Precompetitive Situational Anxiety (PSA) and Sport Performance Relationship (pp. 203-204)
(Sofiene Mnadla, Nicola Luigi Bragazzi, Hannen Massaoudi, Mounira Ben Chaifa and Ali Eloumi)

Chapter 97. Sport Psychology Service Delivery Preferences of Elite Athletes from Malaysia and Australia (pp. 205-206)
(Vellapandian Ponnusamy and Jeffrey J. Martin)

Chapter 98. Smoke and Mirrors: Acknowledgement, Alienation, Antisocial Behaviour and Transformation (pp. 207-210)
(Sandra M. Hoffman)

Chapter 99. The Door of the Psychotherapy Room (pp. 211-212)
(Rex van Vuuren)

Chapter 100. Without Form and Void: Working with Autistic Defences in a Psychoanalytic Treatment (pp. 213-216)
(Bruce Bradfield)

Chapter 101. On Love and Truth in Psychotherapy (pp. 215-216)
(Andreas De Koning)

Chapter 102. The Art of Psychoanalysis: Object, Method and Case (pp. 217-218)
(Maria Isabel Fortes and Mônica Medeiros Kother Macedo)

Chapter 103. Between Parental Demand and Child Symptoms: Considerations Regarding Psychoanalysis with Children (pp. 219-220)
(Silvia Maria Abu-Jamra Zornig)

Chapter 104. Those Who Know Do Not Speak: The Psychobiography of a South African Psychotherapist (pp. 221-222)
(Carolina Saccaggi)

Chapter 105. Please Acknowledge What You Have Done to Me: Working through Rupture and Repair in the Therapeutic Relationship
(pp. 223-224)
(Melissa Card)

Chapter 106. Daisy: From Dissociation to Resolution Using an Integrative Approach to Working with Children (pp. 225-226)
(Jayleen C. Davies)

Chapter 107. Rape and Sexual Violence in South Africa: A Case Study of Trauma (pp. 227-228)
(Krysia Teodorczuk)

Chapter 108. Post-Traumatic Relationship Syndrome: The Unwelcomed Effects of War on Intimate Partners (pp. 229-230)
(Ami Rokach)

Chapter 109. The Secret Lives of Veterans and Their Wives (pp. 231-232)
(Roni Wildeboer)

Chapter 110. Pandora’s Box: Hope and the Impacts of War
Marie-Claire Patron (pp. 233-234)

Chapter 111. Dust of Life (pp. 235-236)

Chapter 112. Seeds of War (pp. 237-238)
(Kate Mulvany)

Chapter 113. A Duty of Care: Rationalizing Compassion and Cruelty through Women’s Experiences of War (pp. 239-240)
(Michelle McLean, Anne Spooner and Sally Sargeant)

Chapter 114. The Beautiful Vietnamese Dolls in Ao Dai (pp. 241-242)
(Dianne Klimpsch)

Chapter 115. Against All Odds: A Tale of Stress, Trauma and Support (pp. 243-244)
(Arlette Patron)

Chapter 116. Memories of My Father (pp. 245-246)
(Beverly Cooper (nee Skinner))

Chapter 117. A Loving Triumph Over the Ravages of War (pp. 247-248)
(Marie-Claire Patron)

Chapter 118. A Faith That Spread Like Wildfire (pp. 249-250)
(Farnaz Famouri-Springer)

Chapter 119. Mothers in War, Daughters in Peace: The Intergenerational Aftermath of War (pp. 251-252)
Tina Swan

Chapter 120. The Unsung Heroines of the French Résistance (pp. 253-254)
(Marie-Claire Patron)

Chapter 121. Distant Voices (pp. 255-256)
(Hope White)

Chapter 122. Tool and Signs in Vygotsky’s Development (pp. 257-258)
(Andy Blunden)

Chapter 123. Facial Emotion Recognition and Misattribution in Juvenile Offenders (pp. 259-262)
(Luz Anyela Morales Quintero, Ana Fresán, Jairo Muñoz-Delgado and Louise Greathouse Amador)

Chapter 124. Cumulative Family Risk and Youth Adjustment Difficulties during Early Adolescence: The Moderating Effects of Youth Hopefulness, Peer Support, and Teacher Support (pp. 263-264)
(Cheryl Buehler and Jean M. Gerard)

Chapter 125. The Relationship between Self-Report Personality and Happiness (pp. 265-266)
(Julie Aitken Schermer, Melissa O’Hara and Jeff Van Bakel)

Chapter 126. The Cultural Influence on Appearance and Body Dissatisfaction in Young Women (pp. 267-268)
(Monika Bąk-Sosnowska, Mateusz Warchał and Natalia Pawlicka)

Chapter 127. Adaptive Functions of Experiencing Relationships with Depression, the Big Five, and Coping Styles (pp. 269-270)
(Yoshinori Sugiura)

Chapter 128. Vicarious Traumatisation and the Self in Professional Learning in Social Work: A South African Perspective (pp. 271-272)
(Glynnis Z. Dykes)

Chapter 129. To Eat or Not to Eat: An Overview of Food Cravings (pp. 273-274)
(Samara Lipsky, Marissa Vishnu Mack and Leslie Wilcox)

Chapter 130. Gender Differences in Pro-Environmental Behaviors: A Self-Determination Theory Perspective (pp. 275-276)
(Wiset Bumrungwong, Lydia Zepeda and Anna Reznickova)

Chapter 131. Self-Determination Theory and College Student Athletes (pp. 277-278)
(Brigid Byrd and Jeffrey J. Martin)

Chapter 132. Relating Teaching Qualifications and Basic Need Satisfaction in Medical Teaching (pp. 279-280)
(Rik Engbers, Cornelia R. M. G. Fluit, Sanneke Bolhuis, Roderick Sluiter, Paul M. J. Stuyt and Roland F. J. M. Laan)

Chapter 133. Moving from Public Service Motivation (PSM) to Motivation for Public Service (MPS): Through the Lens of Self-Determination Theory (pp. 281-282)
(Chengwei Xu and Chung-An Chen)

Chapter 134. Forget the Overjustification Effect: Salience-to-Performance Explains Why Extrinsic Incentives and Intrinsic Motivation are Compatible (pp. 283-284)
(Jessica M. Nicklin, Christopher P. Cerasoli and Ruth S. Sanchez)

Chapter 135. Ethnic Differences between Asians and European Americans in Basic Psychological Needs Satisfaction and Depressive Symptoms (pp. 285-286)
(Mai-Ly Nguyen Steers, Jin You and Qian Lu)

Chapter 136. The Impact of Significant People on Students’ Motivation to Learn English in Vietnamese Higher Education (pp. 287-288)
(Huong Ngo, Amanda Mergler and Rebecca Spooner-Lane)

Chapter 137. Executive Functions and Psychopathy: A Review (pp. 289
(Ana Calzada-Reyes, Alfredo Alvarez-Amador and Mitchell Valdés-Sosa)

Chapter 138. The What, Where, and When of Consciousness and Psychological Research (pp. 291-292)
(Richard A. Sieb)

Chapter 139. An Overview of Research on Standards Battles (pp. 293-294)
(Geerten van de Kaa)

Chapter 140. Batik as an Innovative Teaching Technique in Group Therapy (pp. 295-296)
(María Dolores López-Martínez and Sara Castellón-López)

Chapter 141. Gender Microaggressions Scale (GMAS) for Women: Exploratory and Confirmatory Factor Analyses (pp. 297-298)
(Christina M. Capodilupo and Gina C. Torino)

Chapter 142. Social Success: The Role of Gender, Status and Attractiveness (pp. 299-300)
(Chiara Rollero and Stefano Tartaglia)

Chapter 143. Health Locus of Control in Parents of Children with Leukaemia (pp. 301-302)
(Marta Tremolada, Sabrina Bonichini, Livia Taverna, Giuseppe Basso and Marta Pillon)

Chapter 144. Innovative Behavioral Health Services for Children: Ready-to-Use Economic and Business Knowledge for Professional Psychologists (pp. 303-304)
(Erica V. Rozbruch, Cameron Mosley, Shweta Ghosh and Robert D. Friedberg)

Chapter 145. Increase in Crime Among Youths in the Central Region of Ghana (pp. 305-306)
(Patricia Mawusi Amos, Theresa Antwi and Benjamin Asunkey)

Chapter 146. Coach-Athlete: Taking the Next Steps When the “Simplicities” of This Relationship Are Over (pp. 307-308)
(Garyfallos Anagnostou and Asterios Patsiaouras)

Chapter 147. The Importance of Sleep in Obesity Prevention and Health: A Call to the Field (pp. 309-310)
(Mercedes Gremillion, Victoria A. Felix, Nathalie A. Campsen and Walt Buboltz)

Chapter 148. Frequent and Recent Aggression in Individuals with High and Low Trait Anger (pp. 311-312)
(Raúl J. Alcázar-Olán, Jerry L. Deffenbacher and María Fernanda Arellano Curiel)

Chapter 149. Towards a Developmentally Integrative Model of Personality Change: A Focus on Three Potential Mechanisms (pp. 313-314)
(Elizabeth N. Riley, Sarah J. Peterson and Gregory T. Smith)

Chapter 150. The Effects of Emotion on Attentional Processing: Attentional Biases in Bipolar Depression (pp. 315-316)
(B. Gago, P. Navalón and A. C. García-Blanco)

Chapter 151. Attentional Training for Treatment of Depression: A Theoretical Review (pp. 317-318)
(P. Navalón, B. Gago and A. C. García-Blanco)

Chapter 152. Exclusion and Inclusion of People with Mental Suffering in the Territorialization Processes of the National Politics Concerning Mental Health in Brazil (pp. 319-320)
(Patrícia Fátima Mendes Guedes and Maria Celeste Reis Fernandes de Souza)

Chapter 153. Discursive Strategies in the Hands of Media Manipulators: A Critical Survey of an Operation Cast Lead’s News (pp. 321-322)
(Mona Bahmani)

Chapter 154. Human Perceptions of Wild Animals in La Union, El Salvador (pp. 323-324)
(Michael Campbell)

Chapter 155. Studying Individuality: Life History Approach in Clinical Practice, Personality Psychology and University Education
(pp. 325-326)
(Zoltan Kovary)

Chapter 156. Studyholism or Study Addiction? A Comprehensive Model for a Possible New Clinical Condition (pp. 327-328)
(Yura Loscalzo and Marco Giannini)

Chapter 157. Student Consumer Behavior (pp. 329-332)
(Elisaveta Sardžoska)

Chapter 158. Fine and Gross Motor Development of Kindergarten Children Evaluated by Their Teachers and Parents (pp. 333-334)
(Livia Taverna, Marta Tremolada, Liliana Dozza, Francesca Sabattini and Sabrina Bonichini)

Chapter 159. Advances in Forensic Psychology Research (pp. 335-336)
(Emily Greene-Colozzi and Elizabeth L. Jeglic)

Chapter 160. Docu-Challenge: Ethical Documentation in
Electronic Health Records (pp. 337-338)
(Andrea W. Cochran)

Chapter 161. The Influence of Internal and External Markers of Resiliency on Mental Health Outcomes in Interpersonal Violence Survivors (pp. 339-340)
(Melanie D. Hetzel-Riggin)

Chapter 162. Affective Instability and Controversial Boundaries between Bipolar Disorder and Borderline Personality Disorder (pp. 341-342)
(B. Gago, P. Sierra and L. Livianos)

Chapter 163. Three Methods of Calculating Attention Bias: Reflections on Studies Employing the Dot-Probe Methodology (pp. 343-344)
(Małgorzata Starzomska)

Chapter 164. I Shouldn’t Have Bought That: The Role of Consumer Regret and Cognitive Load in Online Shopping (pp. 345-346)
(Jisook Park, Jennifer M. Bonds Raacke and W. Trey Hill)

Chapter 165. Association Between Chronic Psychosocial Stress and the Finger Arterial Stiffness Mediated by an Allostatic Load in Healthy Young Men (pp. 347-348)
(Gohichi Tanaka, Masami Horiguchi, Hisayoshi Okamura, Yuichi Kato and Akira Tsuda)

Chapter 166. Effects of Chronic Stress in Testicle Morphology and Function (pp. 349-350)
(Carina T. Ribeiro, Francisco J. B. Sampaio, Marco A. Pereira-Sampaio and Diogo B. De Souza)

Chapter 167. Stress Catecholamines on Cutaneous Wound Healing and Aging (pp. 351-352)
(Bruna Romana-Souza, and Andréa Monte-Alto-Costa)

Chapter 168. Stress Adaptation with Special Emphasis on Gastric Erosion: Is Stress a Bad Guy or a Good Guy? (pp. 353-354)
(Dóra Zelena and Ludmila Filaretova)

Chapter 169. Self-Compassion and Perinatal Depression (pp. 355-356)
(Cristiana Marques, Maria João Martins, Mariana Marques, Julieta Azevedo, Elisabete Bento, Sandra Xavier, Maria João Soares, António Macedo and Ana Telma Pereira)

Chapter 170. Mindfulness and Perinatal Depression (pp. 357-358)
(Julieta Azevedo, Mariana Marques, Sandra Xavier, Elisabete Bento, Cristiana Marques, Maria João Soares, António Macedo and Ana Telma Pereira)

Chapter 171. Prevalence and Incidence of Postpartum Major Depression (DSM-5) in Portuguese Women (pp. 359-360)
(Ana Telma Pereira, Cristiana Marques, Sandra Xavier, Julieta Azevedo, Maria João Soares, Elisabete Bento, Mariana Marques, Vasco Nogueira and António Macedo)

Chapter 172. Risk Factors for Postpartum Depression: A Dimensional and Categorical Approach (pp. 361-362)
(Mariana Marques, Ana Telma Pereira, Sandra C. Bos, Berta R. Maia, Maria João Soares, Cristiana Marques, Julieta Azevedo, Sandra Xavier and António F. Macedo)

Chapter 173. Suicidality and Clinical Morbidity in Pregnancy: The Role of Lifetime Suicidal Behaviors (pp. 363-364)
(Maria João Soares, Sandra C. Bos, Ana Telma Pereira, Mariana Marques, Berta R. Maia and António F. Macedo)

Chapter 174. Doing Hope … Together, in Everyday Living and in Counselling Research (pp. 365-366)
(Elmarie Kotzé)

Chapter 175. Hope in the Family: Individual Differences in Parenting Stress, Personal Resources and Coping (pp. 367-368)
(Shiri Ben-Naim, Michal Einav, Roni Laslo-Roth and Malka Margalit)

Chapter 176. Consideration of Optimal Best, Using Hope as a Point of Reference (pp. 369-370)
(Huy P. Phan and Bing H. Ngu)

Chapter 177. The Role of Hope and Spirituality in Youth’s Emotional Well-Being (pp. 371-372)
(Amparo Oliver, Laura Galiana, Davide Piacentini-Genovart and José M. Tomás)

Chapter 178. In a Sample of Polish Students’ Spiritual Experiences Mediate between Hope and Religiosity (pp. 373-374)
(Marcin Wnuk)

Chapter 179. Improving Emotion Regulation: A Core Factor to Recover from an Eating Disorder (pp. 375-376)
(Greta Noordenbos)

Chapter 180. Two Faces of Hope: Optimism and Fear (pp. 377-378)
(Lisa Humphrey and Pedro Weisleder)

Chapter 181. Hope as a Support for a Community of Caregivers (pp. 379-380)
(Rachael S. Clark, Laura A. Nabors, Michelle L. Burbage, Chia-Liang Dai and Vicki L. Plano Clark)

Chapter 182. Stitching Hope Through Loss in Celebration (pp. 381-382)
(Ashlie Brink and Elmarie Kotzé)

Chapter 183. Parental Perceptions of the Social Skills of Their Children with High-Functioning Autism Spectrum Disorder (pp. 383-384)
(Efrosini Kalyva and Vlastaris Tsakiris)

Chapter 184. The Use of Children’s Literature to Teach Social Skills in Children (pp.385-386)
(Antonio Daniel Juan Rubio and Isabel Maria Garcia Conesa)

Chapter 185. Inclusive Education, Mentoring and ICT for Developing Social Skills of Young People with Autism (pp. 387-387-388)
(Ileana Hamburg)

Chapter 186. Web Application for Social Skill Development in Children with Autism (pp. 389-390)
(T. Anme, E. Tanaka, T. Watanabe, E. Tomisaki and K. Watanabe)

Chapter 187. Activity-Based Group Approach for Adolescents and Emerging Adults with ASD (pp. 391-392)
(Daiki Kato)

Chapter 188. Can Trait Self-Control Improve with Training? A Brief Review of the Evidence and Possible Underlying Mechanisms
(pp. 393-394)
(Jeffrey M. Osgood and Aubrey Salamone)

Chapter 189. Physical Self-Perception of College Students in the United States, Taiwan, and China (pp. 395-396)
(Chih Ming (Ryan) Chung, Ina Freeman and Jeanne Raudensky)

Chapter 190. Thought Suppression: The Impact of Mood, Environmental Cueing, and Thought Valence (pp. 397-398)
(Shannon A. Bloom and Mark J. Boschen)

Chapter 191. Some Psychological Benefits of Urban Nature: Mental Vitality from Time Spent in Nearby Nature (pp. 399-400)
(Raymond De Young, Kif Scheuer, Terry Brown, Thomas Crow and Jana Stewart)

Chapter 192. Evolutionary Behaviour and Financial Decisions: The Moderating Effect of Regulatory Focus (pp. 401-402)
(Mª Carmen Gracia and Rubén Huertas-Garcia)

Chapter 193. Neoliberal Ideology and Willingness to Prevent a Sexual Assault: Mediating Effects of Victim Blame (pp. 403-404)
(Jennifer Katz and Joanna Ostroot)

Chapter 194. Pragmatic Case Studies: Stillbirth, ‘State of Mind in Relation to Attachment’ Experiences and Caregiving (pp. 405-406)
(A. Meltem Üstündağ-Budak, Gillian Harris and Jacqueline Blissett)

Chapter 195. Child Development and the Care Environment:
Longitudinal Perspective (pp. 407-408)
(T. Anme, E. Tanaka, T. Watanabe, E. Tomisaki and K. Watanabe)

Chapter 196. The Role of Psychology in Preparing for Lean Times: The Behavioral Context of Energy Descent (pp. 409)
(Raymond De Young)

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