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Type and frequency of responsiveness matters: The development of infants' social communicative skills and later language development
Predictors of relational satisfaction and intimacy in the computer-mediated communication of romantic partners
The public side of (over)optimism
An investigation of the work adjustment of postpartum women: An application of social cognitive career theory
The effects of conflicting leader identity on group performance
An exploratory model of jazz self-efficacy and gender
Exporting culture: The impact of multinational corporations on local employees' experience of cultural identity
Authoritarians at risk: A re-examination of authoritarianism from the perspective of prospect theory
Communication and social support in Alcoholics Anonymous sponsorships
Lay perceptions of geriatric depression: An examination involving gender, symptom presentation, and stressful life events
Smash mouth football: An interpretive study of identities constructed and performed on a women's football team
Identity negotiation on Facebook.com
Approach-avoidance and optimism
Who do you think you are? Constructing self/identity in women's rugby through aggression, control and unacceptable behavior
The neuroanatomical basis of empathy: Is empathy impaired following damage to the ventromedial prefrontal cortex?
Social inference and the evolution of the human brain
Implications of relationship social comparison tendencies among dating and married individuals
Factors related to adaptation in the intimate relationships of OEF/OIF veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder
The politics of suffering in the public sphere: The body in pain, empathy, and political spectacles
Exploring the relationship between knowledge and anchoring effects: Is the type of knowledge important?
Factors related to school violence victimization: The role of extracurricular activities
A neuroanatomical investigation of belief and doubt
Evaluation of choices by bilingual children with disabilities across social contexts: The role of stimulus and language preference
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