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- Volume 67, Number 4, January 2013
- Volume 67, Number 3, December 2012
- Volume 67, Number 2, November 2012
- Volume 67, Number 1, June 2012
- Volume 66, Number 4, December 2011
- Volume 66, Number 3, September 2011
- Volume 66, Number 2, April 2011
- Volume 66, Number 1, January 2011
- Children with somatic complaints: Do they show a somatic attention bias?
- Enhancing implicit self-esteem in children: Can a smile make you feel worthwhile?
- How do children experience their parents’ feeding practices?
- Is edutainment software really educational?
- Jealousy: Unconscious processes
- Online screening for depression?
- Psychometric properties of the brief Questionnaire on Smoking Urges (QSU-Brief) in a Dutch smoker population
- The dynamics of children’s science and technology talents: A conceptual framework for early science education
- The loss of happy life years associated with mental disorders in the Netherlands
- The Prospective Retrospective Memory Questionnaire: Psychometric properties and normative data of a Dutch translation
- Towards the development of a Dutch screening instrument for the detection of feeding problems in young children
- Understanding and promoting desistance from crime: A decision-theoretical approach
- What does death have to do with drinking?
In 2010 zijn er geen edities uitgebracht.
- Adversity does not always lead to psychopathology: cognitive reactivity is related to longitudinal changes in resilience
- Beer makes the heart grow fonder: single-target implicit attitudes toward beer but not alcohol are related to drinking behaviour in regular beer drinkers
- Examining the effects of mastery and performance goals on information exchange processes
- Genomic imprinting and communicative bevahiour: Prader-Willi and Angelman syndrome
- How power and trust explain procedural fairness effects on self-esteem
- If it walks like fairness, and quacks like like fairness, it sometimes is fairness: instrumental and true fairness in bargaining
- Justice and cooperation
- Motivation to change drinking habits: development of a new instrument
- Normative data for the Dutch version of the Penn State Worry Questionnaire
- On the psychology of justice as a social regulation tool
- Organisational justice in the context of organisational change
- Promoting intersubjectivity: a recursive-betting model of evaluative judgements
- Social absorption and social individuation: Dutch validation
- Stigmatization, Tolerance and Repair: An Integrative Psychological Analysis of Responses to Deviance
- The role of fairness in tax complaince
- The tragic 1996 Everest expedition: a tale of error culture
- Understanding the effect of being a fish in a little pond on academic self-concept
- A cognitive neuropsychological approach to false memory: Korsakoff patients and the DRM paradigm
- Affective reflections and refractions within the BrainMind
- Alexithymia and the brain potential P300
- Binocular rivalry and the role of visual context in visual perception
- Brain function, emotional experience and personality
- Dietary treatment for obesity reduces BMI and improves eating psychopathology, self-esteem and mood
- Evaluative conditioning: missing, presumed dead
- Incorporating motivational intensity and direction into the study of emotions: implications for brain mechanisms of emotion and cognition-emotion interactions
- Individual differences in the susceptibility to confirmation bias
- Perceiving motion: relativity, illusions and the nature of perception
- Processing of pleasant information can be as fast and strong as unpleasant information: implications for the nagativity bias
- Sex differences in social and mathematical coginition: an endocrine perspective
- The BSID-II-NL: construction, standardisation, and instrumental utility
- The frontal laterality of emotion: a historical overview
- Watch the face and look at the body! Reciprocal interaction between the perception of facial and bodily expressions
- What is intelligence? Beyond the Flynn effect
- A psychological theory of indicisiveness
- Academic students of psychology should read textbooks written in English
- Assessing eating disordered behaviour in overweight and adolescents: bridging the gap between a self-report questionnaire and a gold standard interview
- Basic knowledge of psychopathology does not undermine the efficacy of the Structured Inventory of Malingered Symptomatology (SIMS) to detect feigned psychosis
- Neuroendocrinological factors of antisocial behaviour in adolescents
- Brain abnormalities in antisocial, psychopathic individuals
- Do we all have to study American textbooks?
- ‘Do you still like to play with him?’
- Evaluative conditioning: a review and a model
- Misleading research participants: moral aspects of deception in psychological research
- Moral emotions in predatory and impulsive offenders using implicit measures
- Psychopathic traits in young children
- Psychopathy and violence: increasing specificity
- Risk assessment and treatment in Dutch forensic psychiatry
- Shedding light on schema modes: a clarification of the mode concept and its current research status
- Similarity in adolescent best friendships: the role of gender
- The influence of distraction on pain and anxiety during venipuncture in children aged between 8 and 11 years
- The dimensions of the Dutch SCL-go: more than one, but how many?
- The use of American textbooks depends on the population of students
- Victims of our brain: born or made a criminal?
- Why shouldn’t we study American textbooks?