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The role of self-concept and narcissism in aggression
It was hypothesized that the self-esteem instability and emotional reactivity associated with narcissism may be related to the simplicity of cognitive self-representation known as low self-complexity. The relationships ...
Women's acculturation to Canada : uncertainty's role
This thesis investigated the relationship between subjective uncertainty, threat, and psychological and behavioural acculturation from the perspective of well-educated Canadian women who emigrated from Asia. In the first ...
The perfectionism model of binge eating : idiographic and nomothetic tests of an integrative model
Perfectionism is implicated in the onset, course, and remission of disordered eating (Bastiani, Rao, Weltzin, & Kaye, 1995; Bruch, 1979; Cockell et al., 2002; Stice, 2002; Tozzi, et al., 2005; Vohs, Bardone, Joiner, & ...
Development of Conceptual and Process Models of Growing Pains: A Mixed-Method Research Design
Despite being a common childhood complaint there is little research on growing pains. Existing research is inconsistent with regard to sample selection and prevalence rates. There are only two English language intervention ...
Assessing the correctional service of Canada high intensity family violence program
A family violence prevention program for incarcerated male offenders was evaluated. One hundred and one (101) offenders incarcerated in minimum and medium security facilities participated in a high intensity family violence ...
SEX, HANDEDNESS,AND SPATIAL ABILITY AFFECT LATERALITY FOR MENTAL ROTATION
Spatial laterality refers to the localization of spatial processing within the right and left cerebral hemispheres. Although a left visual field/right hemisphere (LVF) advantage has generally been observed for spatial ...