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Adding Insult to Injury
Affiliation versus Hostility
Alone but Feeling No Pain
Alone, Drunk and Feeling No Pain
Association Between Self-Regulation and Hoarding Symptoms
Cognitive Control of Acute Symptoms during a 35% Co2 Challenge
Committed but Closed-Minded
Divide and Conquer
Does Resolved Uncertainty Continue to Undermine Self-Regulation?
Effects of Interpretation Training on Hostile Attribution Bias and Reactivity to Anger Provocation
Ego Depletion Decreases Trust in Economic Decision Making
Ego Depletion, Working Memory, and the Executive Function of the Self
Evaluation of an Interpretation Bias Modification for Anxiety Sensitivity with Cold-Pressor Augmentation
Fantastic and Forgiven
Fighting Negative Evaluation
Hormones and Social Affiliation
If I Can't Feel Your Pain, Then I Inflict Pain on You
Impact of Relationship Status on the Association Between Sexual Orientation and Disordered Eating in Men
Implications of National Symbols for Majority and Minority Group Members' Academic Performance
Investigating the Simulation of Event Locus during Online Comprehension
Motor Resonance and Linguistic Focus
On the Precision of Attention Sets
P3 Brain Potential Amplitude in Criminal Psychopathy
Pitfalls of Prestige
Power and Belonging
Randomized Pilot Study of Motivation Enhancement Therapy to Increase Utilization of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Social Anxiety
Refinement and Examination of a Brief Anxiety Sensitivity Focused Intervention
Risk-Taking as a Mating Strategy
Role of Loss of Control (LOC) Eating in Purging Disorder
Romantic Love Modulates Attentional Attunement to Alternative Potential Mates
Social Anxiety and Selective Attention
Test of Joiner's Theory
Testing the Effectiveness of a List of Suicide Warning Signs for the Public
Unfulfilled Goals Interfere with Other, Unrelated Pursuits
Validation of the Substance Use Risk Profile Scale (SURPS) in Treatment-Seeking Substance Abusers Using Cue Reactivity Methodology
White ≠ Poor