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Do standard abuse scales elicit false positives among sadomasochistic participants?
Caregiving behavioral signatures in nonparental women: Are they related to attachment?
Caregiving behavioral signatures in non-parental women: Are they related to perceived control?
The interrelationship between engagement in sexual fantasy, sexual satisfaction, and relationship satisfaction
Effects of bilateral ablation of the mammillothalamic tract on spatial orientation
The interrelationships between adult attachment style, commitment, frequency of, variety, and motivation for sexual behaviors in non-married, dating relationships
Predicting flossing behaviors with the theory of planned behavior and message interventions
Middle school cyber victimization: Outcomes, grade and gender differences, and the overlap with traditional victimization
Impulsivity and obsessive-compulsive symptoms
Parent and sibling relationships in families of children with disabilities
Superstitious and reassurance-seeking behaviors in test anxiety: Revisiting cognitive-behavioral models of test anxiety
The impact of family violence, beliefs about violence and gender roles, and high school athletic participation on male dating violence perpetration
Overall effectiveness and cognitive mediators of a brief intensive treatment for social anxiety
Responses to students exhibiting challenging behavior: A social-cognitive analysis
The relationship between human-canine attachment and college adjustment
Agitated affective states and suicidality: The role of BAS and BIS in depressive-suicidal states
The relationship between personality type and recovery group preference: A comparison of recovery models
Personality characteristics of mixed martial artists: Counselor application for wellness
Disease avoidance goals interfere with the spontaneous inference of traits
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