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The study adopts a multi-dimensional construct of self-esteem to examine the relationship between self-perception and psychological adjustment in order to identify specific dimensions that discriminate between disturbed and non-disturbed groups. The disturbed group (n = 33) is derived from a clinical sample and are matched with a non-disturbed group (n =(More)
The notion that females may be less lateralized than males for language reception was tested using a variant of the dual-task technique with 20 normal right-handed subjects. A unimanual tapping task was paired with one language reception task, and two language production tasks (one purely cognitive and the other requiring both cognitive and vocal(More)
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