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Hierarchical Multiple Regression in Counseling Research: Common Problems and Possible Remedies
A brief content analysis was conducted on the use of hierarchical regression in counseling research published in the Journal of Counseling Psychology and the Journal of Counseling & DevelopmentExpand
Unpacking attitude certainty: attitude clarity and attitude correctness.
Attitude certainty has been the subject of considerable attention in the attitudes and persuasion literature. The present research identifies 2 aspects of attitude certainty and provides evidence forExpand
Attentional processes in stereotype formation: a common model for category accentuation and illusory correlation.
Stereotype formation may be based on the exaggeration of real group differences (category accentuation) or the misperception of group differences that do not exist (illusory correlation). ThisExpand
Factor Validation of the Consideration of Future Consequences Scale: Evidence for a Short Version
  • J. Petrocelli
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of social psychology
  • 1 August 2003
Abstract The author examined the factor structure of the 12-item Consideration of Future Consequences (CFC) Scale (A. Strathman, F. Gleicher, D. S. Boninger, & S. Edwards, 1994) among 664Expand
Panglossian Ideology In The Service Of System Justification: How Complementary Stereotypes Help Us To Rationalize Inequality
According to system justification theory, there is a general social psychological tendency to rationalize the status quo, that is, to see it as good, fair, legitimate, and desirable. This tendency isExpand
Processes and Stages of Change: Counseling With the Transtheoretical Model of Change
Technical eclecticism and theoretical integration literature has typically examined how multiple approaches to counseling practice may lead to more comprehensive and functional outcomes. Few haveExpand
A functional perspective on group memberships: Differential need fulfillment in a group typology
Abstract The social motivation functions of intimacy, task, and social category groups were investigated. In two studies, participants were asked to consider the extent to which their groupExpand
The Early Maladaptive Schema Questionnaire-Short Form: A Construct Validity Study
N. B. Schmidt, T. E. Joiner, J. E. Young, and M. J. Telch (1995) provided preliminary construct validity for scores from J. E. Young's (1990) 205-item Early Maladaptive Schema Questionnaire. TheExpand
Counterfactual potency.
Counterfactual thoughts typically take the form of implied or explicit if-then statements. We propose that the multiplicative combination of "if likelihood" (the degree to which the antecedentExpand
Effectiveness of Group Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for General Symptomatology: A Meta-Analysis
Outcome studies support the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral approaches for treating various emotional and behavioral problems. The effectiveness of group cognitive-behavioral therapy (GCBT) hasExpand