Vol 9, No 2 (2013)


Table of Contents


Why We Laugh and What Makes Us Laugh: 'The Enigma of Humor' PDF HTML
Arthur Asa Berger 210-213


On the Freedom of Speech and Expression: Interview with Noam Chomsky PDF HTML
Beatrice Popescu, Noam Chomsky 214-219

Research Reports

“I Knew It Would Happen ... And I Remember It!”: The Flashbulb Memory for the Death of Pope John Paul II PDF HTML
Tiziana Lanciano, Antonietta Curci, Emanuela Soleti 220-230
Relationship Between Implicit and Explicit Measures of Attitudes: The Impact of Application Conditions PDF HTML
Agustin Echebarria Echabe 231-245
At the Roots of Product Placement: The Mere Exposure Effect PDF HTML
Stefano Ruggieri, Stefano Boca 246-258
Exploring Spontaneous Imitation in Infancy: A Three Generation Inter-Familial Study PDF HTML
Theano Kokkinaki, Elena Vitalaki 259-275
Factorial Structure and Psychometric Properties of the Sensation Seeking Scale – Form V (SSS-V) in a Sample of Italian Adolescents PDF HTML
Giovanna Manna, Palmira Faraci, Maria Rosaria Como 276-288
The Emotion Regulation Questionnaire: Psychometric Properties and Norms for Swedish Parents of Children Aged 10-13 Years PDF HTML
Pia Enebrink, Annika Björnsdotter, Ata Ghaderi 289-303
The Paradoxical Effect of Praise and Blame: Age-Related Differences PDF HTML
Kai Kaspar, Helena Stelz 304-318
A Psychometric Analysis of the Workplace Forgiveness Scale PDF HTML
Itsara Boonyarit, Wiladlak Chuawanlee, Ann Macaskill, Numchai Supparerkchaisakul 319-338
Assessing the Influence of Sleep-Wake Variables on Body Mass Index (BMI) in Adolescents PDF HTML
Christoph Randler, Julia Haun, Steffen Schaal 339-347
Evaluation of the SHIFT-Depression® Inventory With a Sample of Australian Women, Demonstrating the Centrality of Gendered Role Expectations to Their Depression PDF HTML
Helen C. Vidler 348-365
Validation of a Turkish Version of the ICD-10 Symptom Rating (ISR) PDF HTML
Jan Ilhan Kizilhan, Antje Roniger, Friedrich von Heymann, Karin Tritt 366-377

Theoretical Contributions

Differential Effects: Are the Effects Studied by Psychologists Really Linear and Homogeneous? PDF HTML
Johannes Beller, Dirk Baier 378-384

Literature Reviews

A Meta-Study of Qualitative Research Into the Experience of ‘Symptoms’ and ‘Having a Diagnosis’ for People Who Have Been Given a Diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder PDF HTML
Leo Russell, Duncan Moss 385-405

Book Reviews

Exposure Therapy for Phobias PDF HTML
Beatrice Popescu 406-408

Global PsyPulse

Conference Announcements PDF