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A phenomenological investigation of the role of guilt in obsessive-compulsive disorder
The current study takes a phenomenological approach to investigating the role of guilt in a sample of persons diagnosed with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). The role of guilt in OCD has been frequently noted in the ...
Pain promotion: negative effects of exposure to health charity appeals
Health charity appeals are typically evaluated solely in terms of the amount of money raised relative to the administrative costs of the campaign. The effect of information communicated in these appeals on receivers' health ...
INTIMACY BETWEEN FRIENDS: AGE AND GENDER SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES
The present study was an exploration of intimacy between same-gender friends. The study was designed to extend the existing literature in several important ways. Specifically, careful attention was given to the definition ...