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THE TECHNIQUES USED TO MEASURE THE FEAR OF DEATH ARE REVIEWED. THE EFFECTS OF DEMOGRAPHIC VARIABLES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS ARE DISCUSSED, AND THE LACK OF CONSISTENCY IN THE DIFFERENT STUDIES IS ATTRIBUTED TO LACK OF ATTENTION TO THE CONSISTENCY AND THE VALIDITY OF THE MEASURING INSTRUMENTS...
One of the principal enterprises of publishers and equipment producers is the manufacture and sale of programs and teaching machines. Applications of these educational and training techniques are prevalent in education, special education, industry, and the military. Conflicting results have been...
A simple extension of discriminant analysis is described which leads to an estimate of the proportion misclassified when significant differences are used for classifying individuals into 2 groups. The estimate is obtained by a simple operation upon the t ratio in the univariate case and upon the...
Reports an error in the original article by G. H. Frank (Psychological Bulletin, 1965, Vol 643, 191-205). The eighth item in the bibliography should have been attributed to Garmezy, Farina, and Rodnick (1960) rather than Bell, Garmezy, Farina, and Rodnick. The author also stated incorrectly that...
RESEARCH ON SELECTIVE ATTENTION IN HUMANS IS DISCUSSED CRITICALLY. EMPHASIS IS PLACED ON AN ANALYSIS OF THE NATURE OF THE SELECTIVITY THAT IS DEMONSTRATED IN 4 EXPERIMENTAL TASKS: RECOGNITION OF TACHISTOSCOPICALLY PRESENTED MATERIALS, LISTENING TO 1 OF SEVERAL SIMULTANEOUS AUDITORY MESSAGES,...
THOUGH THERE IS OFTEN GOOD REASON FOR DECEIVING SS IN SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS, WIDESPREAD USE OF SUCH PROCEDURES HAS SERIOUS (1) ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS, INVOLVING NOT ONLY THE POSSIBILITY OF HARM TO S, BUT ALSO THE QUALITY OF THE E-S RELATIONSHIP; (2) METHODOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS, RELATING...
RECENT RESEARCH SUPPORTS THE CONCLUSIONS THAT VARIOUS BODY PARTS DISPLAY BOTH AROUSAL SWEATING AND THERMOREGULATORY SWEATING, BUT THERE ARE DIFFERENCES IN THE MAGNITUDE OF THE 2 TYPES OF SWEATING. THE MAIN ADAPTIVE FUNCTION OF AROUSAL SWEATING MAY BE TO TOUGHEN THE SKIN AND PROTECT IT FROM...
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