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Volume 32 Issue 7


November 2004

Articles

Racism on a South African campus: A survey of students' experiences and attitudes PDF
Neeshi Singh Pillay (University of KwaZulu-Natal), Steven J. Collings (University of KwaZulu-Natal) 607-618
Relationships between Big Five Personality factors and values PDF
Anton Aluja (University of Lleida), Luis F. Garcia (University of Lleida) 619-626
Belief in paranormal determinism as a source of prejudice toward disadvantaged groups: "The dark side of stars" PDF
Michael Dambrun (Université Blaise Pascal, France and McGill University, Canada) 627-636
The role of school administrators in promoting student thinking in Kuwait PDF
Abdulaziz Al-Mhelby (Kuwait University), Humood Al-Muqate (Kuwait University), Mohammad Al-Dhafiri (Kuwait University) 637-648
Gender differences in anxiety among undergraduates from ten Arab countries PDF
Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek (Kuwait University), Bader M. Alansari (Kuwait University) 649-656
Can somatic symptoms predict depression? PDF
Ahmed M. Abdel-Khalek (Kuwait University) 657-666
Gender, ethnicity, and the developmental timing of first sexual and romantic experiences PDF
Pamela C. Regan (California State University), Ramani Durvasula (California State University), Lisa Howell (California State University), Oscar Ureno (California State University), Martha Rea (California State University) 667-676
Relationship between empathy and the Big Five personality traits in a sample of Spanish adolescents PDF
Victoria del Barrio (National University of Distance Education), Anton Aluja (University of Lleida), Luis F. Garcia (University of Lleida) 677-682
Describing the neoclassical psyche embedded In Sternberg's triangular theory of love PDF
Rhett Diessner (Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston), Nellie Frost (Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston), Titus Smith (Lewis-Clark State College, Lewiston) 683-690
Giving life: Loneliness, pregnancy and motherhood PDF
Ami Rokach (The Institute for the Study and Treatment of Psychosocial Stress) 691-702