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Through the eyes of others: The role of relational value cues and self-regulatory resources in monitoring one's social environment
The impact of idealized images of female beauty on women's self-concept: Who does it affect and when?
Late adolescents' coping strategies and their physiological reactivity to romantic relationship conflict: Self, partner, and couple effects
The impact of baby videos on parent-child interaction
Learning how to fight: Connections between conflict resolution patterns in marital and sibling relationships
Physiological signs of stress during conflict: The role of attachment style, sexual passion, and love
American identity crisis: The relation between national, social, and personal identity in a multiethnic sample
Parent-centered values among Latino immigrant mothers
Experiences of gay men who choose to become parents
The impact of time perspective on the decision making of financial advisors
Dyadic parenting and children's externalizing symptoms
Differences between European and Lebanese Americans' values about marriage
Relative influence of descriptive and injunctive norms on behavioral intentions
Victim consciousness and its effects on intergroup relations -- A double-edged sword?
The effect of group identity on memories of past conflicts
Adult perceptions of children's relational and physical aggression as a function of adult ethnicity and child gender
Self-efficacy, memory, and identity processes in older adults
The role of perceived collective anger and fear on policy support in response to terrorist threat
It does not have to be liking: An exploration of respect and its role in (transforming) conflict
Paradoxical consequences of prohibitions
The impact of online influence strategies on consumer response and privacy expectations
Finding blame for environmental outcomes: A cognitive style approach to understanding stakeholder attributions, attitudes, and values
Understanding combat related pyschological difficulties in veterans: The role of context based morality
Increasing instructional time through performance feedback in consultation
Locating the source of approach/avoidance effects on natural language category decisions
New insights into corruption: Paradoxical effects of approach-orientation for powerholders
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