Amanda Corrigan1
Geoff Cole1
Zoe Hobson1
Angus Gellatly1
Nick Addis1
1Amanda Corrigan
1Geoff Cole
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Four studies examined the relation between trust and loneliness. Studies 1, 2, and 3 showed that trust beliefs negatively predicted changes in loneliness during early childhood (5-7 years), middle childhood (9-11 years), and young adulthood (18-21 years). Structural equation modeling yielded support for the hypothesis that the relation between trust beliefs(More)
  • Emma Therese Hashman, Omar Valerio-Jiménez, Carolyn Colvin, Claire Fox
  • 2016
ii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I would like to express many thanks to my thesis committee for helping me throughout this process. Without their help and dedication to getting me through writing and editing, I would not have finished this body of work. In particular, I would like to thank Professor Omar Valerio-Jiménez for his time and consideration during the past two(More)
Reaction time (RT) to abrupt-onset stimuli has been widely used for more than a century to measure the duration of perceptuo-cognitive and motor processes [Donders, 1868/1969 Attention and Performance II (1969 Acta Psychologica 30 412-431)]. A complicating factor with the RT method is that of response withholding, or response inhibition (RI). The occurrence(More)
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