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  1. How to apply and write applications ‎(4 links)
  2. Happiness ‎(4 links)
  3. Research Tips ‎(4 links)
  4. Baron and Kenny, 1986 ‎(3 links)
  5. Category:People ‎(3 links)
  6. Bruner, J. S., & Goodman, C. C. (1947). Value and need as organizing factors in perception. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 42, 33-44. ‎(2 links)
  7. What is a Research Statement? ‎(2 links)
  8. Hastorf, A. H., & Cantril, H. (1954). They saw a game: A case study. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 49, 129-134. ‎(2 links)
  9. What is a Teaching Statement? ‎(2 links)
  10. Footnotes test ‎(2 links)
  11. What is a cover letter? ‎(2 links)
  12. Aiken and West, 1991 ‎(2 links)
  13. Judd and McClelland, 1989 ‎(2 links)
  14. Fairclough & Houston, 2004 ‎(2 links)
  15. Neural networks ‎(1 link)
  16. McClelland, David C. (1985) ‎(1 link)
  17. Complex PTSD ‎(1 link)
  18. McGuire, W. J. (1973). The yin and yang of progress in social psychology: Seven koan. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 26(3), 446-456. ‎(1 link)
  19. Allen, Hatsukami, Christianson, & Nelson, 1996 ‎(1 link)
  20. How to conduct a program of research? ‎(1 link)
  21. Li, Tsang, & Lui, 1999 ‎(1 link)
  22. What are the characteristics of a good mentor? ‎(1 link)
  23. What do graduate schools want, and how to become the best applicant? ‎(1 link)
  24. How to start publicizing my work? ‎(1 link)
  25. Brehm, J. W. (1966) A theory of psychological reactance, New York: Academic Press ‎(1 link)
  26. Link title ‎(1 link)
  27. Kinder, D. R., & Sears, D. O. (1981). Prejudice and Politics: Symbolic racism versus racial threats to the good life. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 40(3), 414-431 ‎(1 link)
  28. Brunstein, Joachim C.; Schultheiss, Oliver C.; Grässman, Ruth (1998) ‎(1 link)
  29. Dunton, B.C., & Fazio, R.H. (1997) ‎(1 link)
  30. Shultz & Lepper (1996) ‎(1 link)
  31. Schwartz, Shalom H.; Bilsky, Wolfgang (1990) ‎(1 link)
  32. Pierre Janet ‎(1 link)
  33. How can you avoid leading questions? ‎(1 link)
  34. Cross, Marley, Miles, & Willson, 2001 ‎(1 link)
  35. Gailliot, M.T., & Baumeister, R.F. (2007) ‎(1 link)
  36. What is a Curriculum Vitae ‎(1 link)
  37. Rossignol, 1985 ‎(1 link)
  38. Chow, Snowden, & McConnell, 2001 ‎(1 link)
  39. Nickerson, C., Schwarz, N., Diener, E., & Kahneman, D. (2003) ‎(1 link)
  40. How to deal with problem students? ‎(1 link)
  41. Allport, G. W. & Postman, L. J. (1945). The basic psychology of rumor. Transactions of the New York Academy of Sciences, 8 (Series III), 61-81. ‎(1 link)
  42. Hedges, 1982 ‎(1 link)
  43. Are findings nullified if informed consent was not given during a study? ‎(1 link)
  44. Heckhausen, Heinz; Gollwitzer, Peter M. (1987) ‎(1 link)
  45. Thagard (2003) ‎(1 link)
  46. Weitz, Barton A.; Sujan, Harish; Sujan, Mita (1986) ‎(1 link)
  47. Johnson, B. and Eagly, A. (2000) ‎(1 link)
  48. Should I conduct a pilot study beforehand, and why? ‎(1 link)
  49. Fris & Nanjundappa, 1986 ‎(1 link)
  50. Brian M Monroe ‎(1 link)
  51. How long should an abstract be? ‎(1 link)
  52. Wells, Golding, & Burnam, 1989 ‎(1 link)
  53. John & Srivastava, 1999 ‎(1 link)
  54. If I have multiple offers, how do I choose? ‎(1 link)
  55. What is considered marginally significant? ‎(1 link)
  56. Conceptual-act model of emotion ‎(1 link)
  57. Baumrind, D. (1964). Some thoughts on ethics of research: After reading Milgram's "behavioral study of obedience." American Psychologist, 19(6), 421-423. ‎(1 link)
  58. Rosenthal, 1991 ‎(1 link)
  59. Why use single-blind or double-blind procedures? ‎(1 link)
  60. Norms ‎(1 link)
  61. Mehrabian, Albert (1994) ‎(1 link)
  62. Culture-bound syndromes ‎(1 link)
  63. Shaffer, L.S. (1977). The golden fleece: Anti-intellectualism and social science. American Psychologist, 32, 814-823. ‎(1 link)
  64. Barglow, Hatcher, Edidin, & Sloan-Rossiter, 1984 ‎(1 link)
  65. How to find research topics? ‎(1 link)
  66. Lombroso & Ferrero, 1894, as cited in Abplanalp, 1985 ‎(1 link)
  67. What are the unspoken rules of conduct in graduate school? ‎(1 link)
  68. What is a good GPA, and what should I do if I have a low GPA? ‎(1 link)
  69. Why should I try to publicize my work to others? ‎(1 link)
  70. Festinger, L., & Carlsmith, J. M. (1959). Cognitive consequences of forced compliance. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 58, 203-210. ‎(1 link)
  71. Baron & Kenny, 1986 ‎(1 link)
  72. Sigal, H. & Page, R. (1971). Current stereotypes: A little fading, a little faking. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 18(2), 247-255. ‎(1 link)
  73. Burger, Jerry M.; Cooper, Harris M. (1979) ‎(1 link)
  74. Edwards, Allen L. (1964) ‎(1 link)
  75. Simulation ‎(1 link)
  76. Sedikides, C., Skowronski, J.J., Gaertner, L. (2004) ‎(1 link)
  77. Posttraumatic stress disorder ‎(1 link)
  78. How do cover stories help a researcher obtain more honest reporting from a participant? ‎(1 link)
  79. Dalton, 1999 ‎(1 link)
  80. Gailliot, M.T., Baumeister, R.F., DeWall, C.N., Maner, J.K., Plant, E.A., Tice, D.M., Brewer, L.E., & Schmeichel, B.J. (2007) ‎(1 link)
  81. The Interview ‎(1 link)
  82. Ryser, & Feinauer, 1992 ‎(1 link)
  83. Eisen, S.V., Wilcox, M., Leff, H.S., Schaefer, E., & Culhane, M.A. (1999) ‎(1 link)
  84. Nickerson, Schwartz, Diener, & Kahneman, 2003 ‎(1 link)
  85. Baumeister 1998 ‎(1 link)
  86. How to identify plagiarism? ‎(1 link)
  87. Hedges & Olkin, 1985 ‎(1 link)
  88. How do you control for attrition? ‎(1 link)
  89. Higgins, E. Tory; Friedman, Ronald S.; Harlow, Robert E. (2001) ‎(1 link)
  90. Van Overwalle & Siebler (2005) ‎(1 link)
  91. Williams, J. Mark G.; Mathews, Andrew; MacLeod, Colin, (1996) ‎(1 link)
  92. Kashdan, T., Uswatte, G., Julian, T. (2006) ‎(1 link)
  93. What are the best tips and tricks to avoid confounds/extraneous variables? ‎(1 link)
  94. Guillam et al., 1997 ‎(1 link)
  95. Chad Snow ‎(1 link)
  96. How to create an Annotated Bibliography ‎(1 link)
  97. Younes, Lechago, Somoano, Mosharaf, & Lechago, 1996 ‎(1 link)
  98. McCrae, R.R., & Costa, P.T., Jr. (1997) ‎(1 link)
  99. Is there a deadline for accepting or rejecting an offer? ‎(1 link)
  100. What is the difference between a type I and type II error? ‎(1 link)
  101. Emotion ‎(1 link)
  102. Milgram, S. (1964). Issues in the study of obedience: A reply to Baumrind. American Psychologist, 19(11), 848-852. ‎(1 link)
  103. Rosenthal, 1994 ‎(1 link)
  104. Attachment ‎(1 link)
  105. Cacioppo, John T.; Petty, Richard E.; Feinstein, Jeffrey A. (1996) ‎(1 link)
  106. Nowak, Szamrej, & Latane (1990) ‎(1 link)
  107. Moskowitz, Gordon B. (1993) ‎(1 link)
  108. Developmental psychobiology ‎(1 link)
  109. Are there any tips or tricks to trying to publish an article? ‎(1 link)
  110. Barr, Janelle, & Prior, 1995 ‎(1 link)
  111. How to generate research ideas? ‎(1 link)
  112. Lustman, Griffith, Clouse, & Cryer, 1986 ‎(1 link)
  113. What is the first year like in graduate school? ‎(1 link)
  114. What types of extracurricular activities should I have? ‎(1 link)
  115. Festinger, Leon; Henry W. Riecken, Stanley Schachter (1956). When Prophecy Fails: A Social and Psychological Study of a Modern Group that Predicted the Destruction of the World. University of Minnesota Press. ‎(1 link)
  116. Kenny, 1998 ‎(1 link)
  117. Snyder, M. L., Kleck, R. E., Strenta, A., & Mentzer, S. J. Avoidance of the handicapped: An attributional ambiguity analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 37(12), 2297-2306. ‎(1 link)
  118. Elliot, Andrew J.; Church, Marcy A. (1997) ‎(1 link)
  119. Smith & DeCoster (1998) ‎(1 link)
  120. Sellen, J. L., McMurran, M., Cox, W. M., Theodosi, E., & Klinger, E. (2006) ‎(1 link)
  121. Psychiatry ‎(1 link)
  122. How does a researcher establish experimental realism? ‎(1 link)
  123. De Bon, Klesges, & Klesges, 1995 ‎(1 link)
  124. Gailliot & Baumeister, 2007 ‎(1 link)
  125. Conducting Research Surveys Via E-Mail and The Web (2002) ‎(1 link)
  126. Snively, Ahijevych, Bernhard, &Wewers, 2000 ‎(1 link)
  127. Eisen, Wilcox, Leff, Schaefer, & Culhane 1999 ‎(1 link)
  128. Sheldon, Ryan, Deci and Kasser (2004) ‎(1 link)
  129. Markus Howard King 1993 ‎(1 link)
  130. How to mentor graduate students? ‎(1 link)
  131. Chapman, L. J., & Chapman, J. (1971). Test results are what you think they are. Psychology Today, 5, 18-22, 106-107. ‎(1 link)
  132. Hunter, Schmidt, & Jackson, 1982 ‎(1 link)
  133. How do you perform funnel questioning? ‎(1 link)
  134. Attitudes ‎(1 link)
  135. Horowitz, Leonard M.; Wilson, Kelly R.; Turan, Bulent (2006) ‎(1 link)
  136. Van Overwalle & Van Rooy (2001) ‎(1 link)
  137. Winter, David G. (1973) ‎(1 link)
  138. McCullough, M,. Tsang, J., Emmons, R., (2004) ‎(1 link)
  139. What is the difference between a moderating variable and a mediating variable? ‎(1 link)
  140. Harrison, Endicott, Nee, Glick, & Rabkin, 1989 ‎(1 link)
  141. Dan Simon ‎(1 link)
  142. What are the consequences for committing plagiarism? ‎(1 link)
  143. Lickel et al. (2000) ‎(1 link)
  144. McCrae & Costa, 1997 ‎(1 link)
  145. What is the purpose of graphing a scatterplot? ‎(1 link)
  146. Linguistic relativity ‎(1 link)
  147. Taylor, S. E., & Brown, J. D. (1988). Illusion and well-being: A social psychological perspective on mental health. Psychological Bulletin, 103(2), 193-210. ‎(1 link)
  148. Rosenthal, 1995 ‎(1 link)
  149. Carver, C. S., & White, T. L. (1994) ‎(1 link)
  150. Person Memory ‎(1 link)
  151. Murray, H. A. (1943) ‎(1 link)
  152. Geneva, Switzerland ‎(1 link)
  153. How do I choose which journal to publish in? ‎(1 link)
  154. Bond, Critchlow, & Wingrove, 2003 ‎(1 link)
  155. How to translate questions into research Hypotheses? ‎(1 link)
  156. Marks, Hair, Klock, Ginsburg, & Pomerleau, 1994 ‎(1 link)
  157. Bentler, P.M., & Bonett, D.G. (1980) ‎(1 link)
  158. What types of programs exist, and which one is best for me? ‎(1 link)
  159. Links to databases and listings of grants/awards ‎(1 link)
  160. Janis, I. L., & Feshbach, S. (1953). Effects of Fear arousing communications. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 48, 78-92. ‎(1 link)
  161. MacKinnnon, Lockwood, Hoffman, & West, 2002 ‎(1 link)
  162. Clark,K.B., Chein, I., & Cook, S.W. (2004). The effects of segregation and the consequences of desegregation. A (September 1952) social science statement in the Brow. v. Board of Education of Topeka Supreme Court. American Psychologist, 59(6), 495-501. ‎(1 link)
  163. Elliot, Andrew J.; Sheldon, Kennon M.; Church, Marcy A. (1997) ‎(1 link)
  164. Social influence ‎(1 link)
  165. Sheldon, K. (2004) ‎(1 link)
  166. Psychological trauma ‎(1 link)
  167. How does mundane realism affect a study? ‎(1 link)
  168. Deuster, Adera, & South-Paul, 1999 ‎(1 link)
  169. Gailliot et al., 2007 ‎(1 link)
  170. How To Conduct Behavioral Research Over The Internet (2004) ‎(1 link)
  171. Steinberg & Cherek, 1989 ‎(1 link)
  172. Goldberg, 1992 ‎(1 link)
  173. Veenhoven, R. (1984) ‎(1 link)
  174. Meaning in life ‎(1 link)
  175. How to navigate the politics of academia? ‎(1 link)
  176. Hunter & Schmidt, 1990 ‎(1 link)
  177. How do you perform snowball sampling? ‎(1 link)
  178. Causal attribution ‎(1 link)
  179. Jackson, D.N. (1974) ‎(1 link)
  180. Davey, Bobocel, San Hing, Zanna (1999) ‎(1 link)
  181. McCullough, M., Emmons, R., Tsang, J. (2002) ‎(1 link)
  182. Why is exact replication important to the research process? ‎(1 link)
  183. Jansson, Wennergren, & Powell, 1999 ‎(1 link)
  184. Deanah Kim ‎(1 link)
  185. Link ‎(1 link)
  186. Are there any myths or misconceptions about graduate school? ‎(1 link)
  187. When to use a one-tailed versus two-tailed test? ‎(1 link)
  188. National Institutes of Health ‎(1 link)
  189. Byrne, D. (1961). Interpersonal attraction and attitude similarity. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 62, 713-715. ‎(1 link)
  190. Rosenthal & DiMatteo, 2001 ‎(1 link)
  191. Cesario, Joseph; Grant, Heidi; Higgins, E. Tory (2004) ‎(1 link)
  192. Personality ‎(1 link)
  193. Neuberg, Steven L.; Newsom, Jason T. (1993) ‎(1 link)
  194. International Psychoanalytic Association ‎(1 link)
  195. Journal Review Process - AUTHOR point of view ‎(1 link)
  196. Brunetti & Taff, 1984 ‎(1 link)
  197. How to translate topics into research questions? ‎(1 link)
  198. Mayo, 1997 ‎(1 link)
  199. Bentler, P.M. (1990) ‎(1 link)
  200. Brackett, M. A., & Mayer, J. D. (2003) ‎(1 link)
  201. Links to funding organizations ‎(1 link)
  202. Katz, D. (1960). The functional approach to the study of attitudes. Public Opinion Quarterly, 24, 163-204. ‎(1 link)
  203. Preacher & Hayes, 2004 ‎(1 link)
  204. Cross, W.E. (1971). Negro-To Black conversion experience. Black World, 20, 13-27. ‎(1 link)
  205. Emmons, Robert A. (1986) ‎(1 link)
  206. Spellman, Ullman, & Holyoak (1993) ‎(1 link)
  207. Singelis, Theodore M.; Bond, Michael H.; Sharkey, William F. (1999) ‎(1 link)
  208. September 11, 2001 ‎(1 link)
  209. How is a between-subjects factor different from a within-subjects factor? ‎(1 link)
  210. D’Orban, 1983 ‎(1 link)
  211. Higgins, E. T., Friedman, R. S., Harlow, R. E., Idson, L. C., Ayduk, O. N., & Taylor, A. (2001) ‎(1 link)
  212. Psychological Experiments on the Internet (2000) ‎(1 link)
  213. Stenbit et al., 1997 ‎(1 link)
  214. Goldberg, 1993 ‎(1 link)
  215. Veenhoven (1984) ‎(1 link)
  216. Rosenthal & Jacobsen, 1968 ‎(1 link)
  217. How to set up a lab as a new professor? ‎(1 link)
  218. Jones, E.E. & Harris, V.A. (1967). The attribution of attitudes. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 3, 1-24. ‎(1 link)
  219. Johnson, 1989 ‎(1 link)
  220. How to conduct a debriefing? ‎(1 link)
  221. Connectionism ‎(1 link)
  222. Kemmelmeier, Markus; Burnstein, Eugene; Krumov, Krum (2003) ‎(1 link)
  223. American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry ‎(1 link)
  224. McCullough, M., Kilpatrick, S., Emmons, R., Larson, D. (2001) ‎(1 link)
  225. McGuire, W. J. (1997) ‎(1 link)
  226. Johnson, Corrigan, Lemmon, Bergeron, & Crusco, 1994 ‎(1 link)
  227. Lynn Miller ‎(1 link)
  228. How early should I start preparing, and what are the first steps? ‎(1 link)
  229. When to use univariate versus multivariate statistics? ‎(1 link)
  230. Template:Cite book ‎(1 link)
  231. Dutton, D. G., & Aron, A. P. (1974). Some evidence for heightened sexual attraction under conditions of high anxiety. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 30(4), 510-517. ‎(1 link)
  232. Rosenthal & Rubin, 1978 ‎(1 link)
  233. Cox, W. M., Heinemann, A. W., Miranti, S. V., Schmidt, M., Klinger, E., & Blount, J. (2003) ‎(1 link)
  234. Phenomenon ‎(1 link)
  235. Olson, Michael A.; Fazio, Russell H. (2004) ‎(1 link)
  236. Intersubjectivity ‎(1 link)
  237. Journal Review Process - REVIEWER/EDITOR point of view ‎(1 link)
  238. Buffenstein, Poppitt, McDevitt, & Prentice, 1995 ‎(1 link)
  239. What are the benefits of being parsimonious? ‎(1 link)
  240. Mello, Mendelson, & Lex, 1990 ‎(1 link)
  241. Bentler & Bonett, 1980 ‎(1 link)
  242. Brian Lickel ‎(1 link)
  243. LaPiere, R.T. (1934). Attitudes versus actions. Social Forces,230 - 237. ‎(1 link)
  244. Shrout & Bolger, 2002 ‎(1 link)
  245. James, W. (1892/1968). The self. In C. Gordon & K.J. Gergen (Eds). The Self in Social Interaction (pp. 41-49). New York: John Wiliey & Sons, Inc. ‎(1 link)
  246. Fazio, Russell H.; Olson, Michael A. (2003) ‎(1 link)
  247. Stasser & Taylor (1991) ‎(1 link)
  248. Snyder, Mark (1974) ‎(1 link)
  249. Susan Coates ‎(1 link)
  250. How is counterbalancing performed? ‎(1 link)
  251. D’Orban & Dalton, 1980 ‎(1 link)
  252. Keller, J., & Bless, H. (2001) ‎(1 link)
  253. Internet Resources for Teaching Statistics ‎(1 link)
  254. Tobin, Schmidt, & Rubinow, 1994 ‎(1 link)
  255. Goldberg, L.R. (1992) ‎(1 link)
  256. What is a correlation? ‎(1 link)
  257. Template:This is still under construction. ‎(1 link)
  258. What to do on the first day of class? ‎(1 link)
  259. Kelly, H. (1950). The warm-cold variable in first impressions. Journal of Personality, 18, 431-439. ‎(1 link)
  260. Johnson, Mullen, & Salas, 1995 ‎(1 link)
  261. How to conduct random assignment to conditions? ‎(1 link)
  262. Impression formation ‎(1 link)
  263. Klinger, Eric; Barta, Steven G.; Maxeiner, Madeline E. (1980) ‎(1 link)
  264. Attachment disorder ‎(1 link)
  265. People Template Guide ‎(1 link)
  266. McWilliams, N & Lependorf S. (1990) ‎(1 link)
  267. Do all studies have hypothesis? ‎(1 link)
  268. Kety, 1950 ‎(1 link)
  269. Yang Yu ‎(1 link)
  270. How much does it cost, and what funding opportunities exist? ‎(1 link)
  271. What pitfalls should I avoid during the interview? ‎(1 link)
  272. Classic articles on population psychology ‎(1 link)
  273. Giving Talks, Presentations, and Symposia ‎(1 link)
  274. Haney, C. (1984). On the selection of capital juries: The biasing effects of the death-qualification process. Law and Human Behavior, 8(1/2), 121-132. ‎(1 link)
  275. Rosenthal & Rubin, 1988 ‎(1 link)
  276. Cox, W. Miles; Klinger, Eric (2004) ‎(1 link)
  277. Read & Marcus-Newhall (1993) ‎(1 link)
  278. Plant, E.A., & Devine, P.G. (1998) ‎(1 link)
  279. National Institute of Mental Health ‎(1 link)
  280. What is the first step in trying to publish an article? ‎(1 link)
  281. Carpenter, Upadhyaya, LaRowe, Saladin, & Brady, 2006 ‎(1 link)
  282. What is the purpose of a hypothesis? ‎(1 link)
  283. NFI; Bentler & Bonett, 1980 ‎(1 link)
  284. Mello, Mendelson, & Palmieri, 1987 ‎(1 link)
  285. Bollen, K.A. (1989) ‎(1 link)
  286. McGuire, W. J. (1964) Inducing resistance to persuasion, In L. Berkowitz (ed.) Advances in experimental social psychology (Volume 1, pp. 192-229), New York: McGraw-Hill. ‎(1 link)
  287. Wilcox, 1998 ‎(1 link)
  288. Akers and Hodge (2006) ‎(1 link)
  289. Gaertner, Lowell; Sedikides, Constantine; Graetz, Kenneth (1999) ‎(1 link)
  290. Stasser & Vaughan (1996) ‎(1 link)
  291. Sokolowski, K., Schmalt, H., Langens, T. A., & Puca, R. M. (2000) ‎(1 link)
  292. Tulane University ‎(1 link)
  293. How is deception important for obtaining truthful information from a subject? ‎(1 link)
  294. Ellis & Austin, 1971, as cited in Easteal, 1991 ‎(1 link)
  295. Keller & Bless, 2005 ‎(1 link)
  296. How can plagiarism be prevented? ‎(1 link)
  297. Valera et al., 1994 ‎(1 link)
  298. Goldberg, L.R. (1993) ‎(1 link)
  299. How do I prepare for a phone interview? ‎(1 link)
  300. How do I choose the appropriate statistical test for my data? ‎(1 link)
  301. Affect (psychology) ‎(1 link)
  302. Rosenhan, D. L.(1992). On being sane in insane places. In J. M. Morse (Ed.), Qualitative Health Research (pp.202-224). Newbury Park, CA: SAGE. ‎(1 link)
  303. Johnson & Eagly, 2000 ‎(1 link)
  304. How to conduct random sampling? ‎(1 link)
  305. Kunda & Thagard (1996) ‎(1 link)
  306. Little, Brian R. (1983) ‎(1 link)
  307. Attachment theory ‎(1 link)
  308. Professional Development ‎(1 link)
  309. Overwalle, F. V., Mervield, I, & De Shuyter I. (1995) ‎(1 link)
  310. Does a research study always need a theory? ‎(1 link)
  311. Keye et al., 1986 ‎(1 link)
  312. How to balance time between research and teaching? ‎(1 link)
  313. How to secure a good Letter of Recommendation? ‎(1 link)
  314. What should you do at the conference? ‎(1 link)
  315. Bandura, A., Ross, D. & Ross, S.A. (1963). Imitation of Film-mediated aggressive models. Journal of Abnormal and Social Psychology, 66, 3-11. ‎(1 link)
  316. Network with Others ‎(1 link)
  317. Bem, S. L. (1974). The measurement of psychological androgyny. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 42(2), 155-162. ‎(1 link)
  318. Rosenthal and Dimatteo, 2001 ‎(1 link)
  319. DeNeve, Kristina M.; Cooper, Harris (1998) ‎(1 link)
  320. Read & Miller (1993) ‎(1 link)
  321. Roberson, L., Houston, J. M., & Diddams, M. (1989) ‎(1 link)
  322. Neuroscience ‎(1 link)
  323. Why is peer review important? ‎(1 link)
  324. Chait, 1986 ‎(1 link)
  325. Why do we have alternate hypothesis in research? ‎(1 link)
  326. RMSEA; Browne & Cudeck, 1993 ‎(1 link)
  327. Meyers, Albitar, & Estey, 2005 ‎(1 link)
  328. Browne, M.W., & Cudeck, R. (1993) ‎(1 link)
  329. Nakamura, J., & Csikszentmiyalyi, M. (2002) ‎(1 link)
  330. Marginal significance ‎(1 link)
  331. Petty, R. E., & Cacioppo, J. T. (1986). The Elaboration likelihood model of persuasion. In L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in Experimental Social Psychology, 19. ‎(1 link)
  332. Wilcox, 2003 ‎(1 link)
  333. Attributions ‎(1 link)
  334. Gaertner, Lowell; Sedikides, Constantine; Vivea, Jack; Iuzzini, Jonathan (2002) ‎(1 link)
  335. Stasser (1988) ‎(1 link)
  336. Sorrentino, Richard M.; Holmes, John G.; Hanna, Steven E. (1995) ‎(1 link)
  337. United States ‎(1 link)
  338. How to craft closed-ended questions? ‎(1 link)
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