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The development of the preterm infant's responsiveness to auditory and tactile social stimuli prior to 40 weeks' postconceptional age
Despite concern that preterm infants receive inappropriate tactile and auditory stimulation because of early birth, few studies have explored the development of responsiveness to tactile and auditory stimulation prior to ...
Voluntary associations and psychological well-being in older people
This study examines the relationship between voluntary associations and the psychological well-being of older people through path analysis. The goals of the study were: (1) to ascertain whether differential research findings ...
A comparison of reported experiences associated with different styles of hypnosis
Reported experiences were compared for subjects undergoing a traditional style of hypnosis, a cognitive behavioral style of hypnosis, and a "waking imagination" procedure similar to hypnosis but explicitly labeled "non- ...
Mattering and memory : the effects of personal importance on autobiographical memory and memory for frequency of occurrence
Recent work in the area of social cognition has increasingly addressed the manner in which cognitive processes are affected by relatively long-term individual differences in the salience of certain social stimuli over others. ...
The preterm infant and mother as social partners : infant responsiveness and maternal folk theories
It has been repeatedly documented that during mother-infant inter- action, mothers of pre-term infants exhibit higher rates of stimulation than do mothers of full-term infants. The present research explored characteristics ...
Coping with traumatic events : a theoretical model and a study of recovery from rape
The study of coping with stress has been disjointed, lacking a coherent model. The present work proposes a theoretical framework for understanding coping based on approach and avoidance. Approach and avoidance are discussed ...