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People who are sensitive to social rejection tend to anxiously expect, readily perceive, and overreact to it. This article shows that this cognitive-affective processing disposition undermines intimate relationships. Study 1 describes a measure that operationalizes the anxious-expectations component of rejection sensitivity. Study 2 provides experimental(More)
In a programming project, it is easy to lose track of which files need to be reprocessed or recompiled after a change is made in some part of the source. Make provides a simple mechanism for maintaining up-to-date versions of programs that result from many operations on a number of files. It is possible to tell Make the sequence of commands that create(More)
Typical debugging tools are insufficiently powerful to find the most difficult types of program misbehaviors. We have implemented a prototype of a new debugging system, IGOR, which provides a great deal more useful information and offers new abilities that are quite promising. The system runs fast enough to be quite useful while providing many features that(More)
Substantial evidence indicates a link between exposure to family violence in childhood and troubled social relationships. We draw on attachment and social-cognitive theory to formulate a model of the mechanisms underlying this association. The model proposes that early experiences of overt rejection (e.g., physical maltreatment) or covert rejection (e.g.,(More)
We have produced a program that automatically converts ANSI standard Fortran 77 [1] to C [8]. It has converted many Fortran programs without manual intervention; it is easily available --- free of charge (and of warranty) --- by electronic mail and <i>ftp.</i>
This paper presents a language-independent proposal for environment parameters and basic functions for floating-point computation, and suggests a specific representation in terms of generic functions for Fortran 77. The environment parameters were originally introduced in 1967 by Forsythe and Moler [1], who attributed the essentials of their theory to(More)
Chronic pain patients show substantial psychological distress, including depressed mood, anxiety, and anger. Nevertheless, the causal role of negative mood in the course of chronic pain conditions remains unclear. This study prospectively investigated the relationship between daily pain, negative mood, and social support in 109 people with reflex(More)