Robin Wells

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A 16-nation study involving 8,360 participants revealed that hostile and benevolent attitudes toward men, assessed by the Ambivalence Toward Men Inventory (P. Click & S.T. Fiske, 1999), were (a) reliably measured across cultures, (b) positively correlated (for men and women, within samples and across nations) with each other and with hostile and benevolent(More)
PRIMARY OBJECTIVE To predict long-term outcome of those caring for family members who have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI). METHODS AND PROCEDURES A multivariate approach was used to examine the effectiveness of caregiver coping strategies in the context of TBI-related behavioural change. Self-administered questionnaire packages were collected(More)
This study examined differences in children's use of social cues to make emotional inferences. Children ages 4, 5, and 8 years were presented with stimuli that depicted another child in affectively congruous and affectively incongruous expression/situation combinations. The intensity of positive and negative facial expressions was varied across situations.(More)
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