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Obsessive-compulsive disorder as a disturbance of security motivation.
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The authors compare their satiety-signal construct, which they term yedasentience, to various other senses of the feeling of knowing and indicate why OCD-like symptoms would stem from the abnormal absence of such a terminator emotion.
Domain-Specific Parenting Styles and Their Impact on the Child's Development of Particular Deviance: The Example of Obesity Proneness
A domain-specfic model for the parenting of deviant dispositions in children is proposed in this paper. The model offered is predicated on the notion that in areas of “dev unit” behavior, parents'
Aggressive versus withdrawn unpopular children: variations in peer and self-perceptions in multiple domains.
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Results indicated that the 3 subgroups of unpopular children exhibited distinct profiles according to peer perceptions, with aggressive-withdrawn unpopular children being viewed as deficient in virtually every area assessed, and aggressive unpopular and withdrawn unpopular children viewed as exhibiting particular strengths and weaknesses across domains.
Are we on the same wavelength? Interpersonal complementarity as shared cyclical patterns during interactions.
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Hypotheses about cyclical entrainment between interacting dyad members in their moment-to-moment levels of dominance and affiliation were addressed, and cyclical forms of interpersonal complementarity were distinguishable from other forms, such as mutual adjustment in overall levels.
Is who you are who you're talking to? Interpersonal style and complementarity in mixed-sex interactions.
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To investigate interpersonal theory, the authors examined the social behavior of 112 previously unacquainted male-female pairs collaborating on a joint task, providing clear evidence of complementarity and clear biases related to participants' interpersonal traits.
Multiple hypnotizabilities: differentiating the building blocks of hypnotic response.
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Full-information factor analysis was applied to a large data set from 2 hypnotizability scales and yielded 4 subscales that point to the building blocks of hypnotic response, raising interesting questions about how best to conceptualize and advance measurement of the ability to experience hypnosis.
Where the imaginal appears real: a positron emission tomography study of auditory hallucinations.
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Inappropriate activation of the right anterior cingulate may lead self-generated thoughts to be experienced as external, producing spontaneous auditory hallucinations.
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