Maia Robbins

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Adolescents' and emerging adults' social interactions increasingly revolve around cellphone use, but little research has investigated the psychological properties of cellphone interactions. The current study explored co-rumination via cellphone; that is, the use of cellphone functions to excessively communicate about problems or negative feelings.(More)
The psychometric properties of an improved 6-item form of the Eysenck Psychoticism scale are examined among three samples of clergy, 1,227 Anglican clergywomen, 1,468 Roman Catholic male priests, and 1,321 male and female Methodist ministers. On the basis of these data the scale is commended for further use.
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