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    • Body Image and Expected Future Interaction 

      Santuzzi, Alecia M.; Metzger, P.L.; Ruscher, J.B. (Center for the Study of Group Processes, University of Iowa, 2006)
      This study examined impression formation as a function of anticipated future social interaction among women with varying body image perceptions. Seventy-four women participated in a getto- know-you interview with a female ...
    • `He Forgot' : Young Children's Use of Cognitive Explanations for Another Person's Mistakes 

      Pillow, Bradford H.; Lovett, Suzanne B. (Wayne State University Press, 1998-07)
      Children, ages 4 and 5 years, and adults were asked (a) to explain a story character's incorrect search for a desired object, and (b) to explain the source of the character's ignorance or false belief concerning the ...
    • Self-verification and social anxiety: Preference for negative social feedback and low social self-esteem. 

      Valentiner, David P.; Skowronski, John; Mcgrath, Patrick; Smith, Sarah; Renner, Kerry (Cambridge, 2011-10)
      Background: A self-verification model of social anxiety views negative social self-esteem as a core feature of social anxiety. This core feature is proposed to be maintained through self-verification processes, such as by ...
    • Vestibular Information Is Required for Dead Reckoning in the Rat 

      Wallace, Douglas G.; Hines, Dustin J.; Pellis, Sergio M.; Whishaw, Ian Q. (Society for Neuroscience, 2002-11)
      Dead reckoning is an on-line form of spatial navigation used by an animal to identify its present location and return directly to a starting location, even after circuitous outward trips. At present, it is not known ...