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Body image and pregnancy : application of the theory of reasoned action
Past research has demonstrated that there are numerous medical and psychological consequences when a woman with an eating disorder becomes pregnant. There has been a paucity of research, however, examining the attitudes ...
Asymmetry in spatial judgments : testing bin theory and spatial frequency theory in a double double dissociation design
The purpose of this thesis was to determine whether asymmetry in metric and topological spatial judgments could be attributed to the spatial frequency of the stimulus or the size of the attended receptive field. A left ...
Older women talk about anger
Very little is known about older women’s anger and, to date, nothing is known about how older women talk about anger. By limiting response options on questionnaires and using pre-determined categories to organize interview ...
The relationship between formal and informal reasoning
In traditional tasks of formal reasoning, participants are asked to evaluate the validity of logical arguments. While this research tradition has contributed in many ways to our understanding of human reasoning, the extent ...