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Sexual fantasizing in males and females.
Abstract Sexual fantasizing during intercourse, masturbation, and nonsexual activity was examined in 30 males and 30 females, American students at Tel-Aviv University. Each subject responded
Humour in Psychotherapy
. Utilisation of humour by psychotherapists attracts increased interest. While the constructive and untoward potential of the use of humour in therapy has been discussed in the clinical literature,
Learned helplessness: the role of individual differences in learned resourcefulness.
It was concluded that subjects' general repertoire of self-control skills, and their general expectations for self-efficacy, might be at least as important in explaining the generalization of helplessness from the training task to the test task as the kinds of causal attributions subjects make for their performance on theTraining task.
Mental hospital experience, classroom instruction and change in conceptions and attitudes towards mental illness.
It is demonstrated that classroom instruction is ineffective as an agent of change and practical experience involving personal confrontation with mental patients in a progressive psychiatric hospital, which contradicts the stereotyped image of mental patients and inculcates positive attitudes towards them, results in a change to a more professional scientific orientation and a more humane, accepting and liberal attitude.
Aggression and its Escalation
Physical aggression, its escalation, and felt responsibility for it, were compared in group and individual action of Israeli natives and of European Russian, Caucasian, and Georgian new immigrants to
Retaliatory aggression in individuals and groups
Retaliatory aggression in individuals and groups was compared. Physically and verbally attacked males in group or individual conditions were given the opportunity to retaliate against their tormentor
Dimensions of Assertiveness: Factors Underlying the College Self-Expression Scale
A total of 447 Israeli students, both males and females, from four educational institutions were administered the College Self-expression Scale, a measure of assertiveness, and the results showed four main factors which included 43 of the 50 items of the original scale.
Sexual arousal and behavioral aggression.