Psychological Science 1999 - Abstracts

Psychological Science 1999
Adapting to the transition from socialism to capitalism in Poland: the role of screening strategies in social change.Psychology and mental healthBurnstein, Eugene, Wieczorkowska, Grazyna
A few can catch a liar.Psychology and mental healthEkman, Paul, Frank, Mark G., O'Sullivan, Maureen
Animal cognition: the bridge between animal learning and human cognition.Psychology and mental healthZentall, Thomas R.
Are average facial configurations attractive only because of their symmetry?Psychology and mental healthRhodes, Gillian, Sumich, Alex, Byatt, Graham
A renewed interest in human classical eyeblink conditioning.(Special Section: Human Eyeblink Conditioning)Psychology and mental healthSteinmetz, Joseph E.
A role for the human amygdala in recognizing emotional arousal from unpleasant stimuli.Psychology and mental healthRussell, James A., Adolphs, Ralph, Tranel, Daniel
A sociocognitive analysis of substance abuse: an agentic perspective.Psychology and mental healthBandura, Albert
A system for relational reasoning in human prefrontal cortex.Psychology and mental healthMiller, Bruce L., Boone, Kyle B., Knowlton, Barbara J., Holyoak, Keith J., Waltz, James A., Mishkin, Fred S., Santos, Marcia de Menezes, Thomas, Carmen R.
Blind to object changes: when learning the same object at different levels of categorization modifies its perception.Psychology and mental healthSchyns, Philippe G., O'Donnell, Christopher, Archambault, Annie
Classical conditioning in a nonclinical obsessive-compulsive population.(Special Section: Human Eyeblink Conditioning)Psychology and mental healthSteinmetz, Joseph E., McFall, Richard M., Tracy, Jo Anne, Ghose, Sushmita S., Stecher, Tamara
Classical delay eyeblink conditioning in 4- and 5-month-old human infants.(Special Section: Human Eyeblink Conditioning)Psychology and mental healthIvkovich, Dragana, Collins, Kimberly L., Eckerman, Carol O., Krasnegor, Norman A., Stanton, Mark E.
Comparison, grouping, and preference.Psychology and mental healthBrenner, Lyle, Sood, Sanjay, Rottenstreich, Yuval
Cross talk between native and second languages: partial activation of an irrelevant lexicon.Psychology and mental healthMarian, Viorica, Spivey, Michael J.
Cultural psychology: implications for basic psychological theory.Psychology and mental healthMiller, Joan G.
Dissociable neural subsystems underlie abstract and specific object recognition.Psychology and mental healthMarsolek, Chad J.
Distortions in eyewitnesses' recollections: can the postidentification-feedback effect be moderated?Psychology and mental healthWells, Gary L., Bradfield, Amy L.
Effects of perceived space on spatial attention.Psychology and mental healthRobertson, Lynn C., Kim, Min-Shik
Executive cognitive functioning and risk for substance abuse.Psychology and mental healthTarter, Ralph E., Giancola, Peter R.
Face recognition in poor-quality video: evidence from security surveillance.Psychology and mental healthBruce, Vicki, Burton, A. Mike, Wilson, Stephen, Cowan, Michelle
Hale-Bopp and handedness: individual differences in memory for orientation.Psychology and mental healthMartin, Maryanne, Jones, Gregory V.
Human eyeblink classical conditioning: effects of manipulating awareness of the stimulus contingencies.(Special Section: Human Eyeblink Conditioning)Psychology and mental healthSquire, Larry R., Clark, Robert E.
In search of the self: a positron emission tomography study.Psychology and mental healthCraik, Fergus I.M., Winocur, Gordon, Stuss, Donald T., Tulving, Endel, Moscovitch, Morris, Kapur, Shitij, Moroz, Tara M.
Interaction of the dopaminergic system with mechanisms of associative learning and cognition: implications for drug abuse.Psychology and mental healthEveritt, B.J., Robbins, T.W.
Learning to time (LET) or scalar expectancy theory (SETt)? A critical test of two models of timing.Psychology and mental healthMachado, Armando, Keen, Richard
Left-hemisphere advantage for click consonants is determined by linguistic significance and experience.Psychology and mental healthBest, Catherine T., Avery, Robert A.
Left-hemisphere dominance for motion processing in deaf signers.Psychology and mental healthBosworth, Rain G., Dobkins, Karen R.
Motivation for change: implications for substance abuse treatment.Psychology and mental healthDiClemente, Carlo C.
N400 effects reflect activation spread during retrieval of arithmetic facts.Psychology and mental healthNiedeggen, Michael, Rosler, Frank
Neurocognitive complications of HIV disease.Psychology and mental healthGrant, Igor, Heaton, Robert K., Marcotte, Thomas D.
Neurocognitive performance in alcoholics: is polysubstance abuse important?Psychology and mental healthNixon, Sara Jo
New directions for a classical paradigm: human eyeblink conditioning.(Special Section: Human Eyeblink Conditioning)Psychology and mental healthWoodruff-Pak, Diana S.
Nonverbal counting in humans: the psychophysics of number representation.Psychology and mental healthGallistel, C.R., Whalen, John, Gelman, Rochel
Old wine from old skins sometimes tastes like vinegar: a response to Garb, Florio, and Grove.(includes reply)(Psychological Science, vol. 9, p. 402)Psychology and mental healthHunsley, John, Parker, Kevin C.H., Hanson, R. Karl
On the functional equivalence of monolinguals and bilinguals in "monolingual mode": the bilingual anticipation effect in picture-word processing.Psychology and mental healthAmrhein, Paul C.
ORIGIN OF SERIAL-OUTPUT COMPLEXITY IN SPEECH.(Statistical Data Included)Psychology and mental healthMacNeilage, P.F., Davis, B.L., Kinney, A., Matyear, C.L.
Perceptual grouping and motion coherence in visual search.Psychology and mental healthBischof, W.F., Kingstone, A.
Perceptual priming by invisible motion.Psychology and mental healthBlake, Randolph, Ahlstrom, UlF, Alais, David
PREVENTION OF DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS IN SCHOOLCHILDREN: A Research Update.(Statistical Data Included)Psychology and mental healthGillham, Jane E., Reivich, Karen J.
Promoting novelty in vision: inhibition of return modulates perceptual-level processing.Psychology and mental healthMangun, George R., Handy, Todd C., Jha, Amishi P.
Representing inner worlds: theory of mind in autistic, deaf, and normal hearing children.Psychology and mental healthPeterson, Candida C., Siegal, Michael
Risk for substance abuse: memory as a common etiological pathway.Psychology and mental healthGoldman, Mark S.
School context and genetic influences on aggression in adolescence.Psychology and mental healthAlmeida, David M., Jacobson, Kristen C., Rowe, David C.
Semantic competition as the basis of Stroop interference: evidence from color-word matching tasks.Psychology and mental healthLuo, Chun R.
Some beginnings of word comprehension in 6-month-olds.Psychology and mental healthJusczyk, Peter W., Tincoff, Ruth
Stereotypes as source-monitoring cues: on the interaction between episodic and semantic memory.Psychology and mental healthBessenoff, Gayle R., Sherman, Jeffrey W.
Stereotype susceptibility: identity salience and shifts in quantitative performance.Psychology and mental healthAmbady, Nalini, Shih, Margaret, Pittinsky, Todd L.
Subadditivity in memory for personal events.Psychology and mental healthDawes, Robyn M., Mulford, Matthew
Temporal induction of missing birdsong segments in European starlings.Psychology and mental healthBraaten, Richard F., Leary, Jennifer C.
The effect of inhibition of return on lexical access.Psychology and mental healthChasteen, Alison L., Pratt, Jay
The effects of "mandatory volunteerism" on intentions to volunteer.Psychology and mental healthSnyder, Mark, Stukas, Arthur A., Clary, E. Gil
The impact of necessity and sufficiency in the Wason four-card selection task.Psychology and mental healthAhn, Woo-kyoung, Graham, Loranel M.
The long-term neurocognitive consequences of prenatal alcohol exposure: a 14-year study.Psychology and mental healthStreissguth, Ann P., Barr, Helen M., Bookstein, Fred L., Olson, Heather Carmichael, Sampson, Paul D.
The process of moralization.Psychology and mental healthRozin, Paul
Timing in eyeblink classical conditioning and timed-interval tapping.(Special Section: Human Eyeblink Conditioning)Psychology and mental healthWoodruff-Pak, Diana S., Ivry, Richard B., Green, John T.
Where we go with a little good information.(observer movement)Psychology and mental healthWang, Ranxiao Frances, Cutting, James E.
Why causation need not follow from statistical association: boundary conditions for the evaluation of generative and preventive causal powers.Psychology and mental healthCheng, Patricia W., Wu, Melissa
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