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Development and validation of measures of self- and other-blaming personality tendencies
Conventional clinical wisdom maintains that people vary with respect to their tendencies to make self- and/or other-blame judgments in response to negative life events. The theories that have been developed to explain ...
The effect of social modeling on illness behaviour of children of chronic headache sufferers and children of illness free parents
Recent epidemiological studies have revealed that as many as 78% of chronic pain sufferers come from families in which at least one other family member has suffered from chronic pain. This finding, along with results of a ...
Electrodermal and cardiovascular activity in psychopathy : indicants of a coping response
The most well accepted theory of pscyhopathy, and the one which has spawned the largest amount of research, was developed by Cleckley (1976). Recently, Hare (1980a, 1985b) created the Psychopathy Checklist based upon 16 ...
Implications of treatment on sex knowledge, sex attitudes, and contraception of sexual liberal/conservative males
Numerous studies have investigated the contribution of various aspects of female sexuality to unplanned pregnancy. Less attention has been given to males and their role in pregnancy prevention. The present study examined ...