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Vestibular Information Is Required for Dead Reckoning in the Rat
(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 ...
Body Image and Expected Future Interaction
(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 ...
Attitudes about Women, Sexuality, and Abortion
Abortion currently and throughout history, has been a wide-spread, controversial topic, though one in three women will obtain abortion services by the time they are 45 (Guttmacher Institute, 2014). Even after the U.S. ...
`He Forgot' : Young Children's Use of Cognitive Explanations for Another Person's Mistakes
(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.
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 ...
Assessing public speaking fear with the short form of the Personal Report of Confidence as a Speaker scale: confirmatory factor analyses among a French-speaking community sample
Background: The main aim of this study was to assess the reliability and structural validity of the French version of the 12-item version of the Personal Report of Confidence as Speaker (PRCS), one of the most promising ...