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Volume 1 Issue 1

February 1973


Simulated jury decisions: The influence of jury-defendant attitude similarity-dissimilarity PDF
William Griffitt (Kansas State University), Thomas Jackson (Kansas State University) 1-7
Arousal role playing and persuasion PDF
Harvey Kayne (Kent State University), Clyde Hendrick (Kent State University) 8-16
Cognitive style performance and form discrimination PDF
Paul A. Roodin (State University of New York at Oswego), Glen Vaught (State University of New York at Oswego) 17-22
The relationship between field-dependency-independency and set: A Western and Soviet view PDF
John Hritzuk (University of Calgary), Lorne Taylor (University of Calgary) 23-28
Effects of the multi-dimensional composition of extraversion on "faking bad" on the Eysenck Personality Inventory PDF
Nicholas F. Skinner (King's College) 29-32
Body involvement among schizophrenics, normals and paraplegics PDF
Richard E. Dimond (Kent State University), Michael Hirt (Kent State University) 33-34
The complexity of the target as a factor in interpersonal judgement PDF
Jack Adams-Webber (Brook University) 35-38
Skin conductance responses and personality dimensions II PDF
Ngaire V. Adcock (Victoria University of Wellington) 39-42
Correlational analysis of changes in children's Easter drawings as a function of a naturally-motivated expectancy PDF
Paul A. Roodin (State University of New York at Oswego), Glen Vaught (State University of New York at Oswego), William Simpson (State University of New York at Oswego) 43-49
A factorial facet analysis of Gough's Socialization Scale PDF
Dorcas Susan Butt (University of British Colombia) 50-57
A study of personality: A Western and Soviet point of view PDF
John Hritzuk (University of Calgary) 58-63
Manifestations of moral development in concrete situations PDF
Eliot J. Butter (University of Dayton), Bernard Sidenberg (Brooklyn College of Cuny) 64-70
Individual differences among students who meet research subject requirements early versus late in the term as a source of sampling bias PDF
Gilbert Becker (University of Winnipeg) 71-80
An hierarchical oblique factor analysis of Eysenck's rating study of 700 neurotics PDF
Edgar Howarth (The University of Alberta) 81-87
Conditioning of depressive responses PDF
Peter R. Welgan (The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), Anthony Fazio (The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee) 88-92