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Psychopathy and laterality of cerebral function
Assessment of cognitive bias in depression
Uncontrollability and self-blame in depression
Conversational and social responses to depressive interpersonal behavior
Classical and attributive projection
Alcohol, expectancy, cognitive labeling, and mirth
Capacity for absorption and relaxation during electromyograph biofeedback and no-feedback conditions
Socialization, awareness, and electrodermal response to deception and self-disclosure
Depression in university students
Children's perception of death as a defensive process
Relation of social competence to scores on two scales of psychosis proneness
Comments on “Smooth-pursuit eye movements
Is a “refinement” of attribution theory necessary to accommodate the learned helplessness reformulation? A critique of the reformulation of Abramson, Seligman, and Teasdale