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Submissions from 2019

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Cronbach’s Alpha Under Insufficient Effort Responding: An Analytic Approach, Stephen W. Carden, Trevor R. Camper, and Nicholas S. Holtzman

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Depression, Negative Emotionality, and Self-Referential Language: A Multi-Lab, Multi-Measure, Multi-Language Task Research Synthesis, Allison M. Tackman, David A. Sbarra, Angela L. Carey, M. Brent Donnellan, Andrea B. Horn, Nicholas S. Holtzman, To'Meisha S. Edwards, James W. Pennebaker, and Matthias R. Mehl

Submissions from 2018

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Did Narcissism Evolve?, Nicholas S. Holtzman

Submissions from 2017

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Schemas Mediate the Link Between Procrastination and Depression: Results from the United States and Pakistan, Sobia Aftab, Jeffrey Klibert, Nicholas S. Holtzman, Kanwal Qadeer, and Saima Aftab

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Infants’ Motor Simulation of Observed Actions Is Modulated by the Visibility of the Actor’s Body, Ty W. Boyer, Samuel M. Harding, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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Attention to Body-Parts Varies With Visual Preference and Verb–Effector Associations, Ty W. Boyer, Josita Maouene, and Nitya Sethuraman

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CAHOST: An Excel Workbook for Facilitating the Johnson-Neyman Technique for Two-Way Interactions in Multiple Regression, Stephen W. Carden, Nicholas S. Holtzman, and Michael J. Strube

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A Meta-Analysis of Correlations Between Depression and First Person Singular Pronoun Use, To'Meisha Edwards and Nicholas S. Holtzman

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A Simulator of the Degree to Which Random Responding Leads to Biases in the Correlations Between Two Individual Differences, Nicholas S. Holtzman and M. Brent Donnellan

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The Value of Psychology in Professional Domains Scale, Karen Naufel, Kent D. Bodily, Nicholas Holtzman, Rebecca G. Ryan, and Janice Steirn

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Geometric Encoding, Bradley R. Sturz

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Do Eye Movements During Shape Discrimination Reveal an Underlying Geometric Structure?, Bradley R. Sturz, Ty W. Boyer, John F. Magnotti, and Kent D. Bodily

Mind Perception and Individual Differences: A Replication and Extension, Mia Tharp, Nicholas S. Holtzman, and Fade R. Eadeh

Submissions from 2015

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The Development of Social Attention in Human Infants, Bennett I. Bertenthal and Ty W. Boyer

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Prompting Children to Reason Proportionally: Processing Discrete Units as Continuous Amounts, Ty W. Boyer and Susan C. Levine

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Signal Clarity: An Account of the Variability in Infant Quantity Discrimination Tasks, Lisa Cantrell, Ty W. Boyer, Sara Cordes, and Linda B. Smith

Narcissism and the Use of Personal Pronouns Revisited, Angela L. Carey, Melanie S. Brucks, Albrecht C. P. Kufner, Nicholas S. Holtzman, Fenne Grobe Deters, Mitja D. Back, M. Brent Donnellan, James W. Pennebaker, and Mtthias R. Mehl

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The Nonreligious – Nonspiritual Scale (NRNSS): Measuring Everything from Atheists to Zionists, Ryan T. Cragun, Joseph H. Hammer, and Michael Nielsen

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Evidence Consistent With the Multiple-Bearings Hypothesis From Human Virtual Landmark-Based Navigation, Martha R. Forloines, Kent D. Bodily, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Preschool Children's Self-Reports of Fruit and Vegetable Knowledge, Preference, and Messages Encouraging Consumption, Andrew Hansen, Moya L. Alfonso, Amy A. Hackney, and John S. Luque

The Roots of Narcissus: Old and New Models of the Evolution of Narcissism, Nicholas S. Holtzman and M. Brent Donnellan

Exploring Political Ideologies of Senators With Semantic Analysis Tools: Further Validation of CASS, Nicholas S. Holtzman, Simon Kwong, and Kirsten L. Baird

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Religiousness and Social Support: A Study in Secular Norway, Marianne Nilsen Kvande, R. Johansen, A. Lehre, Michael E. Nielsen, and Geir Arild Espnes

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Church Attendance and Religious Experience: Differential Associations to Well-Being for Norwegian Women and Men?, Marianne Nilsen Kvande, Christian Andreas Klöckner, and Michael Nielsen

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Disfluent Fonts Don't Help People Solve Math Problems, Andrew Meyer, Shane Frederick, Terence C. Burnham, Juan D. Guevara Pinto, Ty W. Boyer, Linden J. Ball, Gordon Pennycook, Rakefet Ackerman, Valerie A. Thompson, and Jonathon P. Schuldt

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Creating a Game for Psychology, Michael Nielsen

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Perceptions, In-Groups, and Out-Groups: Challenges and Opportunities for Division 36, Michael Nielsen

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Strategies and Resources for Teaching Psychology of Religion, Michael Nielsen and Christopher F. Silver

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Comparative Psychology, Janice N. Steirn, Kent D. Bodily, and Bradley R. Sturz

Submissions from 2014

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When Do Infants Begin to Follow a Point?, Bennett I. Bertenthal, Ty W. Boyer, and Samuel Harding

Fast and Slow Sexual Strategies Are Not Opposites: Implications for Personality and Psychopathology, Nicholas S. Holtzman and Angela L. Senne

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A Consistent but Non-Coincident Visual Pattern Facilitates the Learning of Spatial Relations among Locations, Scott S. Katz, Michael F. Brown, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Cross-cultural Models of Suicide Risk, Jeff Klibert, K. Barefoot, Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling, K. Bryant Smalley, and Jacob C. Warren

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Resilience Mediates the Relationships between Perfectionism and College Student Distress, Jeff J. Klibert, Dorian A. Lamis, Walt Collins, Jacob C. Warren, K. Bryant Smalley, and Carrie Winterowd

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Hopelessness and Suicide Proneness in U.S. and Japanese College Students: Depressive Symptoms as a Potential Mediator, Dorian A. Lamis, Motoko Saito, A. Osman, Jeff J. Klibert, P. S. Malone, and Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling

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Social Psychology for Today’s World, Lynn E. McCutcheon, Jean E. Bartels, Amy Hackney, Jason Hart, and S. M. Rauch

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Understanding Masculinity in Undergraduate African American Men: A Qualitative Study, Krista Mincey, Moya L. Alfonso, Amy Hackney, and John S. Luque

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Being a Black Man: Development of the Masculinity Inventory Scale (MIS) for Black Men, Krista D. Mincey, Moya L. Alfonso, Amy A. Hackney, and John S. Luque

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Modeling a Role of Field of View in the Extraction of Geometric Cues During Reorientation, Bradley Sturz

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Asymmetrical Interference Effects Between Two-Dimensional Geometric Shapes and Their Corresponding Shape Words, Bradley R. Sturz, Joshua E. Edwards, and Ty W. Boyer

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Incidental Encoding of Enclosure Geometry Does Not Require Visual Input: Evidence from Blindfolded Adults, Bradley R. Sturz, Katherine A. Gaskin, and Jonathan E. Roberts

Submissions from 2013

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Infants’ Knowledge of Object Continuity and Discontinuity, Bennett I. Bertenthal, Gustaf Gredebäck, and Ty W. Boyer

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Beacons and Surface Features Differentially Influence Human Reliance on Global and Local Geometric Cues When Reorienting in a Virtual Environment, Kent D. Bodily, Zachary A. Kilday, Caroline K. Eastman, Katherine A. Gaskin, April A. Graves, Jonathon E. Roberts, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Reverse Deterrence in Racial Profiling: Increased Transgressions by Nonprofiled Whites, Amy Hackney and Jack Glaser

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Mormonism, Arthur Hatton and Michael Nielsen

Above and Beyond Short-Term Mating, Long-Term Mating is Uniquely Tied to Human Personality, Nicholas S. Holtzman and Michael J. Strube

People With Dark Personalities Tend to Create a Physically Attractive Veneer, Nicholas S. Holtzman and Michael J. Strube

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Geometric Cues, Reference Frames, and the Equivalence of Experienced-Aligned and Novel-Aligned Views in Human Spatial Memory, Jonathon W. Kelly, Lori A. Sjolund, and Bradley R. Sturz

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Examining the Role of Adverse Life Events And Daily Hassles in Suicide, Jeff J. Klibert and Dorian A. Lamis

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Mormon Mental Health, Michael Nielsen

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Religiousness, Social Psychology, and Behavior, Michael Nielsen, Arthur Hatton, and M. J. Donahue

Psychology, Religion and the Internet, Michael Nielsen and Brandon Randolph-Seng

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Attitudes toward Suicide and Emotional Expressivity: Gender and Culture Specific Associations with Suicide Proneness for Japanese and American College Students, Motoko Saito, Jeff J. Klibert, and Jennifer Langhinrichsen-Rohling

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Overtraining and the Use of Feature and Geometric Cues for Reorientation, Bradley R. Sturz, Katherine A. Gaskin, and Kent D. Bodily

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Stroop Interference in a Delayed Match-To-Sample Task: Evidence for Semantic Competition, Bradley R. Sturz, Marshall L. Green, Lawrence Locker Jr., and Ty W. Boyer

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Environment Size and the Use of Feature and Geometric Cues for Reorientation, Bradley R. Sturz and Debbie M. Kelly

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Does Constraining Field of View Prevent Extraction of Geometric Cues for Humans during Virtual-Environment Reorientation?, Bradley R. Sturz, Zachary A. Kilday, and Kent D. Bodily

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Professor-Student Rapport Scale: Six Items Predict Student Outcomes, Janie H. Wilson and Rebecca G. Ryan

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Probabilistic Cue Combination: Less is More, Daniel Yurovsky, Ty W. Boyer, Linda B. Smith, and Chen Yu

Submissions from 2012

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The Roles of Beaconing and Dead Reckoning in Human Virtual Navigation, Kent D. Bodily, Thomas A. Daniel, and Bradley R. Sturz

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On the Receiving End: Discrimination toward the Non-Religious in the U.S., Ryan T. Cragun, Barry Kosmin, Ariela Keysar, Joseph H. Hammer, and Michael Nielsen

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Teaching Psychology of Religion at a State University, Michael Nielsen

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Health Risk Behaviors in Insured and Uninsured Community Health Center Patients in the Rural US South, K. Bryant Smalley, Jacob C. Warren, and Jeff J. Klibert

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On Discriminating between Geometric Strategies of Surface-Based Orientation, Bradley R. Sturz and Kent D. Bodily

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Enclosure Size and the Use of Local and Global Geometric Cues for Reorientation, Bradley R. Sturz, Martha R. Forloines, and Kent D. Bodily

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More than a Feeling: Incidental Learning of Array Geometry by Blindfolded Adult Humans Revealed through Touch, Bradley R. Sturz, Marshall L. Green, Katherine A. Gaskin, Alicia C. Evans, April A. Graves, and Jonathan E. Roberts

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No Evidence that Consistent Auditory Cues Facilitate Learning of Spatial Relations among Locations, Bradley R. Sturz, Zachary A. Kilday, Kent D. Bodily, and Debbie M. Kelly

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Developing Student-Teacher Rapport in the Undergraduate Classroom, Janie H. Wilson and Rebecca G. Ryan

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Formative Teaching Evaluations: Is Student Input Useful?, Janie H. Wilson and Rebecca G. Ryan

Submissions from 2011

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Brief Familiarization Primes Covert Imitation in 9-month-old Infants, Bennett I. Bertenthal and Ty W. Boyer

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Visual Attention and Change Detection, Ty W. Boyer, Thomas G. Smith, Chen Yu, and Bennett I. Bertenthal

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The Social Psychology of the FLDS Raid and the Corresponding Media Coverage, Ryan T. Cragun and Michael Nielsen

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The Struggle for Legitimacy: Tensions between the LDS and FLDS, Ryan T. Cragun, Michael Nielsen, and H. Clingenpeel

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Psychology of Religion, K. L. Ladd and Michael Nielsen

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The Relationship between Psychopathic Traits and Attachment Behavior in a Non-Clinical Population, Tawny D. Mack, Amy Hackney, and Michael B. Pyle

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What Do Older Adults Seek in Their Potential Romantic Partners? Evidence from Online Personal Ads, William D. McIntosh, Lawrence Locker, Katherine Briley, Rebecca G. Ryan, and Alison J. Scott

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Mormons and the Here and Now, Michael Nielsen

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The Price of Free Inquiry in Mormonism, Michael Nielsen and Ryan T. Cragun

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Psychometric Characteristics Of The Professor-Student Rapport Scale, Rebecca G. Ryan, Janie H. Wilson, and James L. Pugh

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Brief Report: Teaching History of Psychology for the Historically Challenged Instructor, Janice N. Steirn

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Access to Emerging Technologies and Telehealth Intervention Modality Preferences in Rural Patients, Jacob C. Warren, K. Bryant Smalley, Jeff J. Klibert, and Jennie Wren Denmark

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A Social Look at Student-Instructor Interactions, Janie H. Wilson, Karen Z. Naufel, and Amy Hackney

Submissions from 2010

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Risk-Taking, Ty W. Boyer and James P. Byrnes

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Religious Orientation, Religious Affiliation, and Boundary Maintenance: The Case of Polygamy, Ryan T. Cragun and Michael Nielsen

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Domain is a Moving Target for Relational Learning, Jeffrey S. Katz, Bradley R. Sturz, and Anthony A. Wright

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The Breakup of Romantic Relationships: Situational Predictors of Perception of Recovery, Lawrence Locker, William D. McIntosh, Amy Hackney, Janie H. Wilson, and Katherine E. Wiegand

How Do Psychology Students Use Web-based Information? Trends & Implications From a Descriptive Study, Karen Z. Naufel, K. K. Briley, L. K. Harackiewicz, A. S. Johnson, K. P. Marzec, and Michael Nielsen

Age Differences in Explicit Memory of Crimes and Source Monitoring Ability: Adolescents and Young Adults, Rebecca G. Ryan

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Rural Mental Health and Psychological Treatment: A Review for Practitioners, Bryant Smalley, Candace T. Yancey, Jacob C. Warren, Karen Naufel, Rebecca G. Ryan, and James L. Pugh

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Professor-Student Rapport Scale Predicts Student Outcomes, Janie H. Wilson, Rebecca G. Ryan, and James L. Pugh

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Are Celebrities Charged with Murder Likely to Be Acquitted?, Maria Wong, Alan K. Goodboy, Michael P. Murtagh, Amy Hackney, and Lynn E. McCutcheon