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Childhood injuries and Erikson's psychosocial stages
Childhood injury epidemiologists and injury control researchers commonly use a 40-year-old epidemiologic agent-host-environment model to explain injuries and have not considered the value of placingExpand
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Maternal holding preferences: a consequence of newborn head-turning response.
Salk observed that in an overwhelming majority of cases (80%) mothers prefer to hold their infants across the left shoulder. This preference occurs over a diversity of cultures and is not related toExpand
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Explicit and implicit effects of anti-marijuana and anti-tobacco TV advertisements.
Effects of anti-tobacco and anti-marijuana TV advertisements on explicit (i.e., semantic differential ratings) and implicit (i.e. Implicit Association Test, IAT) attitudes toward tobacco andExpand
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Eye contact and the perception of intelligence
The perception of intelligence as a function of nonverbal cues was investigated in college students. Thirty undergraduate psychology majors estimated the GPAs of 20 upper division undergraduatesExpand
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Ajzen's Theory of Planned Behavior as It Relates to Eating Disorders and Body Satisfaction
A relatively limited amount of theory-driven research has been conducted on the detection of eating disorders. Ajzen's theory of planned behavior (TPB) has been employed to predict behaviors inExpand
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Young Children's Theories of Mind about Empathic and Selfish Motives
Young children's prosocial behaviors may be motivated by empathy. Forty-one 36-66 month-old children were actively involved with a pipe cleaner figurine play scenario. One figurine appearedExpand
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Variation of aggressive interaction among male elementary school children as a function of changes in spatial density
The behavior of children was monitored during unstructured playground activity in areas of differing size. The frequency of fighting increased significantly in the smaller area, although theExpand
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Effect of administration of adrenalin on immobility reaction in domestic fowl.
  • W. Braud, H. Ginsburg
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of comparative and physiological…
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Inhibition of distress vocalizations in the open field as a function of heightened fear or arousal in domestic fowl (gallus gallus)
Abstract Whereas a number of measures of fear (duration of the immobility reaction, duration of freezing in the open field and locomotor activity in the open field) showed differences in theExpand
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Immobility reactions in domestic fowl (Gallus gallus) less than 7 days old: resolution of a paradox.
Abstract Twelve domestic chickens showed virtually no immobility reactions until the age of 9 days when tested repeatedly on a flat surface. However, twelve chicks did show pronounced immobilityExpand
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