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Adolescent siblings' evaluations of the self and their relationship
Power and intimacy motive scores of pairs of adolescent siblings from the same family were obtained utilizing a thematic apperceptive measure administered under neutral arousal conditions and coded for motivational content ...
Personal constructions of gender and the impact of childhood sexual abuse on adult male survivors
This study examined if and how male survivors' personal meanings of masculinity influenced the impact of childhood sexual abuse. Gender was defined as the individual male survivor's personal construction of masculinity ...
The psychology of religious experience : a qualitative approach
This study examined religious experience in ten evangelical participants recognized by peers. Supplementary information was obtained from two additional participants, one a mentor to a participant, and one religiously ...
Toward an integration of subjective well-being and psychopathology
The objective of this study was to explore the potential validity and utility of a dual-factor system (DFS) of conceptualizing mental health. The factors were the traditional perspective on mental health, psychopathology ...
Developmental analysis of young gymnasts' understanding of sport-related pain
Pain in sport serves the adaptive functions of signalling impending or actual injury and signalling the achievement of optimum workload to produce a conditioning effect. It is important to be able to distinguish what pain ...