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Editors: Nancy E. Wodarth and Alexis P. Ferguson
Book Description:
This book is a compilation of research summaries from a number of different focuses in the field of psychology research. (Nova)

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Table of Contents:

Part I: Researcher Biographical Sketches (pp. 1-2)
Chapter 1. Tokie Anme (pp. 3-6)

Chapter 2. Nadejda Bocheva (pp. 7-8)

Chapter 3. Margarita Canal Acero (pp. 9-10)

Chapter 4. José Fernando A. Cruz (pp. 11-14)

Chapter 5. Anna J. Finley (Fahlsing) (pp. 15-16)

Chapter 6. Sowon Hahn (pp. 17-18)

Chapter 7. Juhani Ihanus (pp. 19-20)

Chapter 8. Daiki Kato (pp. 21-22)

Chapter 9. Zoltan Kőváry (pp. 23-24)

Chapter 10. Bárbara Lorence (pp. 25-26)

Chapter 11. Rosalba Morese (pp. 27-28)

Chapter 12. Sara Palermo (pp. 29-32)

Chapter 13. Miroslava Stefanova (pp. 33-34)

Chapter 14. Hans-Ulrich Westhausen (pp. 35-36)

Chapter 15. Leehu Zysberg (pp. 37-38)

Part II: Research Summaries
Chapter 16. Facial Expression and Social Communication (pp. 41-42)
(Andrew Cummings and Jennifer Rennels)

Chapter 17. Theory of Mind and Emotion Perception in Typically Developing Children (pp. 43-44)
(Denise Davidson, Sandra B. Vanegas and Elizabeth Hilvert)

Chapter 18. Exploring In-Group and Stereotyping Effects in Children’s Recognition of Emotions (pp. 45-46)
(Denise Davidson, Elizabeth Hilvert, Sandra B. Vanegas
and Elizabeth Tuminello)

Chapter 19. Exploring the Effect of Birth Order on Emotional “Dialogues” in Spontaneous Mother-Infant Interaction (pp. 47-48)
(Theano Kokkinaki)

Chapter 20. Facial Expressions in Mother-Baby Interactional Contexts and Emotional Development (pp. 49-50)
(Deise Maria Leal Fernandes Mendes and Maria Lucia Seidl-de-Moura)

Chapter 21. Event-Related Potential (ERP) Study of Facial Expression Processing Deficits in Autism (pp. 51-52)
(Estate M. Sokhadze, Jon Frederick, Yao Wang, Maiying Kong, Ayman S. El-Baz, Allan Tasman and Manuel F. Casanova)

Chapter 22. Retrieval of Emotional Video Scene Using Unsupervised Facial Expression Recognition (pp. 53-54)
(Hiroki Nomiya and Teruhisa Hochin)

Chapter 23. Facial Expression Recognition based on Multi Observations with Application to Social Robotics (pp. 55-56)
(F. Dornaika, B. Raducanu and A. Bosaghzadeh)

Chapter 24. Researching the Healing Aspects of Creative Expression: Challenging Assumptions and Integrating Fact into Practice (pp. 57-58)
(Lisa D. Hinz)

Chapter 25. Enhancing Art Therapy Assessment and Treatment Planning with the Expressive Therapies Continuum (pp. 59-60)
(Lisa D. Hinz)

Chapter 26. Aesthetic Dimensions in Art Therapy (pp. 61-62)
(Barbara J. Davis)

Chapter 27. Back to Ritual: The Creation and Performance of Rituals as a Central Axis in Arts Therapy (pp. 63-64)
(Ronen Berger)

Chapter 28. Art Therapy for Building Peace Territories in Schools in Ecuador (pp. 65-66)
(María Dolores López-Martínez)

Chapter 29. Using Visual Journaling to Promote Military Veteran Healing, Health and Wellness (pp. 67-68)
(Rachel Mims)

Chapter 30. Art-Therapy for Mobilizing Personal Resources in the Elderly (pp. 69-70)
(J. Glozman and V. Naumova)

Chapter 31. Videoinsight® Art for Care (pp. 71-72)
(R. L. Russo, S. Zaffagnini, T. Roberti di Sarsina, G. Giovannelli,
T. Giunta and S. Piatti)

Chapter 32. LEGO® Block Creation in Art Therapy (pp. 73-74)
(Daiki Kato)

Chapter 33. The Psychosocial Dynamics of Sport Participation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (pp. 75-76)
(Tânia Bastos and Jeffrey Martin)

Chapter 34. Gaining Momentum: Barriers and Facilitators of Greater Competitive Level in Parasport (pp. 77-78)
(Robert B. Shaw, Marie-Josée Perrier, Jessica N. Stapleton,
Duncan S. Campbell, Holly L. Tawse and Kathleen A. Martin Ginis)

Chapter 35. Optimizing Team and Organisational Performance in Sports Setting: A Diversity Management Perspective (pp. 79-80)
(Abdullah Promise Opute)

Chapter 36. Eye-Tracking in Sport Psychology (pp. 81-82)
(Alena I. Grushko, Sergey V. Leonov and Aleksander N. Veraksa)

Chapter 37. Psychological Aspects of Top Croatian Sprint Runners: Athletic Engagement and Athletic Identity (pp. 83-84)
Sindik Joško, Babić Vesna and Missoni Saša

Chapter 38. Current Perspectives on Psychological Aspects Associated with the Development and Practice of Effective Coaching and Management (pp. 85-86)
(Paul A. Davis)

Chapter 39. A Holistic Model of the Coaching Process: Conceptualizing the Challenge of Effectiveness in Practice (pp. 87-88)
(Edward Thomas Hall, Shirley Gray, John Kelly, Amanda Martindale and John Sproule)

Chapter 40. Effective Coach Learning and Processes of Coaches’ Knowledge Development: What Works? (pp. 89-90)
(Anna Stodter and Christopher J. Cushion)

Chapter 41. Learner-Centered Teaching: A Consideration for Revitalizing Coach Education (pp. 91-92)
Kyle Paquette and Pierre Trudel

Chapter 42. Concept Mapping: Its Use for High Performance
Sport Coach Development (pp. 93-94)
(François Rodrigue, Chao He and Pierre Trudel)

Chapter 43. Dynamic, Evolving and Social: The Learning Interactions of Parasport Coaches (pp. 95-96)
(Shaunna Taylor, Penny Werthner and Diane Culver)

Chapter 44. Tools and Techniques Used in the Observation of Coach Behavior (pp. 97-98)
(Matthew Vierimaa, Jennifer Turnnidge, M. Blair Evans and Jean Côté)

Chapter 45. Positive Youth Development in Sport: Enacting the Roles of Coaches and Parents (pp. 99-100)
(Julie P. Johnston and Chris G. Harwood)

Chapter 46. Coaching for Positive Youth Development:
From Theory to Practice (pp. 101-102)
(Thaddeus France, Albert Petitpas and Judy L. Van Raalte)

Chapter 47. Challenging Coaching Orthodoxy: A Self-Determination Theory Perspective (pp. 103-104)
(Clifford J. Mallett, Martin Rabjohns and Joseph L. Occhino)

Chapter 48. What Is the Role of Perceived Coach-Athlete Interactions in Relation to Markers of Goal Progress? An Application of Self-Determination Theory (pp. 105-106)
(J. Paige Pope, Philip M. Wilson, Diane E. Mack and Sarah Deck)

Chapter 49. The Dynamic Management of Athletes’ Role Expectations (pp. 107-108)
(Alex J. Benson, Mark Surya and Mark Eys)

Chapter 50. The Self-Regulation of Sport Coaches: How Coaches Can Become Masters of Their Own Destiny (pp. 109-110)
(Natalie Durand-Bush, Kylie McNeill and Jamie Collins)

Chapter 51. Strengths-Based Coaching: Case of Mental Toughness
(Sandy Gordon) (pp. 111-112)

Chapter 52Emotions and Emotion Regulation in Coaching
(Paul A. Davis and Louise Davis) (pp. 113-114)

Chapter 53. The Use of Self-Talk in the Organization of a Lesson in Sport, Physical Education and Exercise Settings (pp. 115-116)
(Nikos Zourbanos, Antonis Hatzigeorgiadis, Athanasios Kolovelonis, Alexander T. Latinjak and Yannis Theodorakis)

Chapter 54. Considering the Role of Individual Differences Associated with Psychological Characteristics When Coaching Elite Senior Male Basketball Players (pp. 117-118)
(Joško Sindik)

Chapter 55. Managerial Coaching: A Practical Way to Apply
Leadership Theory? (pp. 119-120)
(Julia Milner and Grace McCarthy)

Chapter 56. How New Zealand Rugby Stays at the Top: Considerations for Coaches (pp. 121-122)
(Peter Russell, Edmond Otis and Roberta Cox)

Chapter 57. Sport Psychology Professionals As Trusted Advisors in High Performance Environments (pp. 123-124)
(Larry Lauer, Andy Driska and Ian Cowburn)

Chapter 58. What Is Missing and Why It Is Missing from
Coach Burnout Research (pp. 125-126)
(Erik Lundkvist, Henrik Gustafsson and Paul A. Davis)

Chapter 59. Perversion Today: A Lacanian Perspective
Anne Worthington (pp. 127-128)

Chapter 60. Guilt and the Experience of the Other
Frank Summers (pp. 129-130)

Chapter 61. Psychoanalytic Sensibility in a Behavioural World: Supervising Intern Counselling Psychologists in Aotearoa, New Zealand (pp. 131-132)
(Mark R. Thorpe)

Chapter 62. Trauma or Loss: Interviews with Holocaust Survivors (pp. 133-134)
(C. Fred Alford)

Chapter 63. Some Thoughts about the Individual and the Social Unconscious (pp. 135-136)
(Siegfried Zepf)

Chapter 64. The Use of Attachment Theory and the Concept of the
Corrective Emotional Experience in the Real Relationship in Psychoanalytic Supervision (pp. 137-138)
(Zelda G. Knight)

Chapter 65. Cushioned Patient, Turmoiled Therapist: Awareness and
Use of Countertransference and Enactment As Part of the Therapeutic Process (pp. 139-140)
(Melissa Card and Zelda G Knight)

Chapter 66. Some Articulations between the Symbolic Exchange in Archaic Societies and the Donation of Biological Material in Contemporary Societies: The Psychoanalytic View (pp. 141-142)
(Simone Perelson and Maria Isabel Fortes)

Chapter 67. Self-Esteem and Body Image: The Importance of Contingent
Self-Esteem (pp. 143-144)
(Amy E. Noser and Virgil Zeigler-Hill)

Chapter 68. From Body Dissatisfaction to Embodied Connection: Exploring Young Women’s Body Experiences (pp. 145-146)
(Satu Liimakka)

Chapter 69. Associations between Racism, Emotional Overeating, and Appearance Satisfaction among Black Women (pp. 147-148)
(Christina M. Capodilupo and Kristin M. Smith)

Chapter 70. Ethnicity-Related Differences in Responses to “In Favor of Myself” – A Wellness Program to Enhance Positive Self and Body Image among Adolescents (pp. 149-150)
(Moria Golan, Rose Awidat and Shani Abutbul)

Chapter 71. Body Image in Adolescent Pregnancy: A Comparison with the Adult Research (pp. 151-152)
(Danusha Jebanesan, Leanna Isserlin and Megan E. Harrison)

Chapter 72. Magazine Image Influence, Extraversion and Body Image in Fraternity and Non-Fraternity College Males (pp. 153-154)
(Morgan Draxten and F. Richard Ferraro)

Chapter 73. Body Image, Sociocultural Influences and Self-Esteem: The Case of Cyprus (pp. 155-156)
(Marios Argyrides, Natalie Kkeli and Marianna Koutsantoni)

Chapter 74. The Concept of the Body Image in Old People in Relation to Psychiatric Disorders (pp. 157-158)
(Carmen M. Sarabia-Cobo)

Chapter 75. The Impact of Gynecological Conditions on Body Image, Sexual Function and Quality of Life (pp. 159-160)
(Ellery Greenberg, Liel Navi and Lior Lowenstein)

Chapter 76. Sociocultural Routes to Unhealthy Body Image Investment (pp. 161-162)
Eliana V. Carraça

Chapter 77. Separation Anxiety and Sleep Problems in Infants (pp. 163-164)
(Igor A. Kelmanson)

Chapter 78. Impact of Separation Anxiety Disorder on Children’s Communication Skills (pp. 165-166)
(Ramesh Kaipa, Roha M. Thomas and Joshua R. Harrison)

Chapter 79. "We'd Better Stay Together": Separation Anxiety in Parents of Adolescent Daughters (pp. 167-168)
(Inbal Kivenson-Baron and Miri Scharf)

Chapter 80. Some Contributions of Contemporary Psychodynamic
Models to the Understanding and Treatment of Adult
Separation Anxiety Disorder (pp. 169-170)
(John R. Jones and Steven Abell)

Chapter 81. Separation Anxiety, the Dread of and the Capacity to Tolerate Aloneness: A Clinical Approach (pp. 171-172)
(Joan Haliburn)

Chapter 82. Narcissism or Justice: Is It in the Eye of the Beholder? (pp. 173-174)
(Yogesh J. Raut and David Trafimow)

Chapter 83. A Life without Gluten: Dietary Adherence and Motives (pp. 175-176)
(Amy M. Crawford, BKIN, Diane E. Mack, Philip M. Wilson
and Jae Paterson)

Chapter 84. The Effect of a Best Possible Physical Activity Self Intervention on Psychological Need Satisfaction, Well-Being, and Physical Activity (pp. 177-178)
(Katie E. Gunnell, Peter R.E. Crocker, Diane E. Mack
and Bruno D. Zumbo)

Chapter 85. The African-American Woman Un-Athlete (pp. 179-180)
(Michele Lewis Watts, Brigid Byrd and Jeffrey Martin)

Chapter 86. Psychoactive Substance Use and Abuse Among Individuals Living with a Spinal Cord Injury (pp. 181-182)
(Myriane Tétrault and Frédérique Courtois)

Chapter 87. Emerging Cross-Cultural Research: The Role of Time Perspective on Well-Being, Life Satisfaction and Mindfulness (pp. 183-184)
(Lening A. Olivera-Figueroa, Saumya Asthana, Natalie Odisho, Alejandro L. Ortiz Velez, Kyriah Cuebas and Nanet M. Lopez Cordova)

Chapter 88. Understanding the Ecological Landscape of Bilingual Memory (pp.185-186)
(Calliope Haritos)

Chapter 89. Developing EI/ Empathy of Pre-Service Teachers Using SDM As a Teaching Model Written by Ofra Walter (pp. 187-188)
(Ofra Walter)

Chapter 90. Online versus In-lab: Pros and Cons of an Online Prospective Memory Experiment (pp. 189-190)
(Anna J. Finley and Suzanna L. Penningroth)

Chapter 91. Are Out-Group Stereotypes Influenced by Exposure to Religious Content? (pp. 191-192)
(Irene Razpurker-Apfeld and Lipaz Shamoa-Nir)

Chapter 92. Biopsychosocial Aspects of Childhood Obesity (pp. 193-194)
(Brigitte Jenull, Nadja Frate and Ingrid Salem)

Chapter 93. Performing a Prospective Memory Task under Divided Attention Might Lead to Increased Performance Errors and Commission Errors (pp. 195-196)
(Angel Muñoz Gómez Andrade, David S. Kreiner, Suzanna L. Penningroth, Joseph J. Ryan and Hyeyeon Hwang)

Chapter 94. Spirituality as an Aspect of Health Behavior and Informal Care-Giving: Expressing Hope, Finding Joy (pp. 197-198)
(Dean D. VonDras)

Chapter 95. The Propertied Self: The Psychology of Economic History (pp. 199-200)
(Brian J. McVeigh)

Chapter 96. Understanding Online Group Purchasing Behavior (pp. 201-202)
(Giuliana Isabella and Suzi Elen Ferreira Dias)

Chapter 97. Modeling Social Interactions in Game Play (pp. 203-204)
(Jason Gordon)

Chapter 98. Leisure Phenomenon as a Complex System: Exploring Its Potential for a Dynamical Approach (pp. 205-206)
(Gabriela Baranowski Pinto)

Chapter 99. Stochastic Resonation, Paramagnetism and Emotional Contagion in Collective Behaviours (pp. 207-208)
(Alan McDonnell)

Chapter 100. Analysis of Behavior Stability in a Multiagent System (pp. 209-210)
(Florin Leon)

Chapter 101. Collective Behavior of Active Particles (pp. 211-212)
(Olga V. Yushchenko)

Chapter 102. Considerations on the SET Model of Swarm Behavior in the Case of Very Large Swarms
(T. D. Frank)

Chapter 103. Collective Behavior in Adaptive Systems:
Application to Prism Adaptation (pp. 215-216)
(T. D. Frank)

Chapter 104. The Lotka-Volterra-Haken Model for Group Buying,
Apples-to-Apples Group Play and the Competition
and Attraction of Leisure Activities (pp. 217-218)
(T. D. Frank)

Chapter 105. The Coping Strategies to Decrease Anxiety (pp. 219-220)
(Pi-Ming Yeh)

Chapter 106. The Relationship between Coping Strategies, Test Anxiety, and Burnout-Engagement Behavior in University Undergraduates (pp. 221-222)
(Jesús de la Fuente, Juan Manuel García Torrecillas
and Sandra Rodríguez Vargas)

Chapter 107. Tools for Reducing University Test Anxiety:
Proposal for Intervention (pp. 223-224)
Isabel Serrano-Pintado and M. Camino Escolar-Llamazares

Chapter 108. What College Students Do to Seek Happiness: Self-Selected Strategies in the Pursuit of Subjective Well-Being (pp. 225-226)
(Bernardo J. Carducci and Rebecca S. Moody)

Chapter 109. Coping and Hoping in HIV: The Struggles of the Ghanaian HIV-Positive Person (pp. 227-228)
(Amos Laar, Nana Ama E. Andrews, Ernest Amoah Ampah
and Matilda Laar)

Chapter 110. Cross-Cultural Analysis of Coping Strategies among Caucasian, Korean American, and Korean Older Population: The Effects of Culture, Optimism, Gender, and Immigration (pp. 229-230)
(HeeSoon Lee and Derek T. Mason)

Chapter 111. New Empowerment Models on Practical Strategies for Wellbeing (pp. 231-232)
(Tokie Anme)

Chapter 112. Empowerment as a Tool for Individuals
with Serious Mental Illness (pp. 233-234)
(Lindsay A. Phillips, Jennifer McIntyre, Zach Greth, Chris Kichline and Esther Bird)

Chapter 113. Empowerment to Enhance Social Integration among Mainland Chinese Migrants in Hong Kong (pp. 235-236)
(Chau-kiu Cheung)

Chapter 114. Sexual Objectification: A Double-Edged Sword
for Female Empowerment (pp. 237-238)
(Gemma Sáez, Inmaculada Valor-Segura and Francisca Expósito)

Chapter 115. Empowerment of Women in the Tourism and Hospitality Industry in Asia (pp. 239-242)
(Catherine Cheung, Tom Baum and Georgie Passalaris)

Chapter 116. Love and Power: Empowerment and Self-Help Groups among the Wives of Alcoholics in Brazil (pp. 243-244)
(Luciana Araujo Gomes and Carla de Meis)

Chapter 117. Characteristics of the Empowerment of Japanese Families
Rearing Children (pp. 245-246)
(Rie Wakimizu and Hiroshi Fujioka)

Chapter 118. Assessing Hope in HIV-Positive Women Living in Rural
West Nile Uganda: The Development and Pilot Implementation of a Field Tool (pp. 247-248)
(Brenna Lynn McGuire, Katherine Gnauck, Lynne Fullerton,
Teresa Leslie, Moses Anguzu and Lucy Adiru)

Chapter 119. Fostering Independence and Equality: Lessons Learned from an Economic Empowerment Model in West Nile Uganda (pp. 249-250)
(Brenda Seevers and Katherine Gnauck)

Chapter 120. An Economic Empowerment Initiative Partnered with Prevention Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) Programs for HIV-Positive Women in West Nile Uganda: Does Participation Increase Self-Efficacy Related to HIV-AIDS Stigma? (pp. 251-252)
(Katherine Gnauck, Teresa Kate Leslie, Lynne Fullerton,
Brenna Lynn McGuire, Lucy Adiru, Brenda Seevers
and Moses Anguzu)

Chapter 121. Creating a Niche for Critical Pedagogical Praxis (pp. 253-256)
(Kathleen Mahon)

Chapter 122. Pedagogical Praxis and Storytelling: Promoting Educational Change Through Participation (pp. 257-258)
(Doris Santos)

Chapter 123. Gender Consciousness: Personal Pedagogy and Political Activism (pp. 259-260)
(Miriam David)

Chapter 124. Affect, Emotion Regulation and Flow Experience in School and Leisure: Contributions for a Positive Education (pp. 261-254)
(Teresa Freire and Dionísia Tavares)

Chapter 125. Hope, Engagement and Achievement at School: How Enhancing Hope can Increase School Commitment and Success? (pp. 265-268)
(Yann Delas, Charles Martin-Krumm, Fabien Fenouillet
and Jean Heutte)

Chapter 126. School as a Positive Organization: Teacher Training on
Positive Pedagogies (pp. 269-272)
(Raquel Albertín and Antonio Ventura-Traveset)

Chapter 127. Inclusive Education: A Frame for Positive Changes in South Africa (pp. 273-274)
(Anna J. Hugo)

Chapter 128. Teaching Sciences Positively (pp. 275-276)
(Maider Pérez de Villarreal)

Chapter 129. Involvement and Well-Being: A Micro School Experience (pp. 277-278)
(Yolanda Alonso)

Chapter 130. Temperament and Eating Disorders: A Review (pp. 279-280)
(M. Herráiz-Serrano, T. Rodríguez-Cano and L. Beato-Fernández)

Chapter 131. Relationship between Temperament Dimensions and Psychopathology in Eating Disorders (pp. 281-282)
(L. Beato-Fernández, T. Rodríguez-Cano and M. Herráiz-Serrano)

Chapter 132. Influence of Temperament in Treatment Outcome
in Eating Disorders (pp. 283-284)
(T. Rodríguez-Cano, L. Beato-Fernández and M. Herráiz-Serrano)

Chapter 133. Emotion Regulation and Social Competency in Young Children (pp. 285-286)
(Po Lin Becky Bailey-Lau)

Chapter 134. Assessment of Temperament and Welfare by Behavioural Criteria in Dairy Sheep on Farm Conditions (pp. 287-288)
(Ivan Dimitrov)

Chapter 135. The Interlocking between Functional Aspects of Activities and a Neurochemical Model of Adult Temperament (pp. 289-290)
(Irina Trofimova)

Chapter 136. Moral Rural: Beliefs in a Changing Rural World (pp. 291-292)
(Angel Paniagua)

Chapter 137. The Structure of Confucian Ethics and Morality (pp. 293-294)
(Kwang-Kuo Hwang)

Chapter 138. In Whom We Trust? A Framework for Understanding the Moral Agency in Organizational Trust (pp. 295-296)
(Marzieh Saghafian and Masoud Shadnam)

Chapter 139. Smartphone OS Predicts Our Morality (pp. 297-298)
(Mladen Pecujlija, Nedzad Azemovic and Resad Azemovic)

Chapter 140. Green Studio: Eco-Perspective on the Therapeutic
Setting in Art Therapy (pp. 299-300)
(Alexander Kopytin)

Chapter 141. Nature Therapy: A Framework that Incorporates Nature, the Arts and Ritual in Therapy (pp. 301-302)
(Ronen Berger)

Chapter 142. ‘A Communion of Subjects’ Holistic Eco Art Therapy: Integrating Embodiment and Environment in Art Therapy (pp. 303-304)
(Beverley A’Court)

Chapter 143. Greening the Lifecycle: Ecopsychology, Aging and Art Therapy (pp. 305-306)
(Madeline M. Rugh and Straja Linder King)

Chapter 144. Observing Art Process, Observing Nature: Observing Ourselves through Nature for the Purpose of Becoming More Conscious and Aware of Our Relationships and Relationship to the Earth (pp. 307-308)
(Dina Schapiro)

Chapter 145. Outdoor Music Therapy with Children and Adolescents: Sounds from the Wood? (pp. 309-310)
(Eric Pfeifer)

Chapter 146. “The Tonic of Wilderness”: An Evolving Eco-Arts Therapy Model: From Theory to Practice (pp. 311-312)
(Sally (Sasha) Brucker)

Chapter 147. Environmentally and Eco-Based Phototherapy: Ecotherapeutic Application of Photography As an Expressive Medium (pp. 313-314)
(Alexander Kopytin)

Chapter 148. Empowering Photography: Participating in Someone Else’s World (pp. 315-316)
(Miina Savolainen)

Chapter 149. Tolerance The Glue That Binds Us: Empathy, Fairness and Reason (pp. 317-318)
(Rivka T. Witenberg)

Chapter 150. Affective Benefits of Acute Aerobic and High Intensity Interval Training Exercise: A Review (pp. 319-320)
(Justy Reed)

Chapter 151. Alexithymia, Psychological Flexibility and Social Anxiety: Results of a Stress Reduction and Induction Study (pp. 321-322)
(Lauren Strainge, Dean G. Cruess and Anne-Lise Smith)

Chapter 152. Ethics of Stigma and Discrimination: Membership
and Fixed Identity (pp. 323-324)
(Ron Berger)

Chapter 153. Body Image and Eating Disorders (pp. 325-326)
(Ruža Pandel Mikuš, Tina Levec and Raja Dahmane)

Chapter 154. The Facial Action Coding System for Emotion Detection and Application in Clinical Psychology (pp. 327-328)
(Cora Colnaghi and Angelo Compare)

Chapter 155. Infants’ Communication and Parental Triad Nonverbal Interactions (pp. 329-330)
(Uccella Sara, Sciarretta Lucia and Veneselli Edvige)

Chapter 156. When Words are Touched with Sorrow: Beyond the
Bereavement Exclusion and DSM-5 to Fresh Perspectives on Research and Practice (pp. 331-332)
(Charlene A. Sexton)

Chapter 157. Developing Critical Thinking Skills in Physics Classes (pp. 333-334)
(Klára Velmovská and Lukáš Bartošovič)

Chapter 158. Dialogical Critical Thinking with 5 to 12 Year-Old Pupils: A Continuous Epistemological Development (pp. 335-336)
(Marie-France Daniel and Mathieu Gagnon)

Chapter 159. Teaching Strategies and Critical Thinking Abilities in Science Teacher Education (pp. 337-338)
(Rui Marques Vieira and Celina Tenreiro-Vieira)

Chapter 160. The Use of Critical Reflection to Facilitate Optimal Best: A Theoretical Positioning for Consideration (pp. 339-340)
(Huy P. Phan)

Chapter 161. Critical Thinking: The Use of Iconic Representation in STEM Labs (pp. 341-342)
(Nicole Simon)

Chapter 162. Instructional Strategies to Promote Metacognition and Higher-Order Thinking Skills: The Importance of Reflection (pp. 343-344)
(Carol Van Zile-Tamsen)

Chapter 163. The Psychology of Homeland Tourism: Travel Motives, Tourist Experiences and Feelings (pp. 345-346)
(Man-U Io)

Chapter 164. Toward a Global Conceptualization and Measurement
in Positive Psychology (pp. 347-348)
(Cirilo H. García Cadena, Arnoldo Téllez López, German Ramírez Aguillón, Erika Ramírez Hernández and Ezra J. Pérez Cota)

Chapter 165. The Relationship between Language, Identity and Behavioural Acculturation and Well-Being among Non-Western Skilled Migrants in a Western Host Society (pp. 349-350)
(Asanka Gunasekara, Sharon Grant and Diana Rajendran)

Chapter 166. Well-Being, Health Status and Culture: Findings from the Milan Study (pp. 351-352)
(Enzo Grossi and Giorgio Tavano Blessi)

Chapter 167. Emotional Intelligence in Adolescents from 13 to 16 Years: Explanatory Variables (pp. 353-354)
(Maite Garaigordobil and Ainize Peña)

Chapter 168. Factors Affecting the Formation and Reformation of Ethnic Identity: A Study of The Psychological Well-Being of Chinese Immigrant Adolescents (pp. 355-356)
(Jennifer J. Chen)

Chapter 169. Psychological Well-Being at Adolescence and Improving Strategies (pp. 357-358)
(F. Ebru Ikiz, Firdevs Savi Cakar and Esra Asici)

Chapter 170. Marriage and Psychological Well-Being: Examining the Role of Marital Relations and Communication Styles Among Polish Couples (pp. 359-360)
(Dariusz Krok)

Chapter 171. Psychological Health among Frail Older Adults with Chronic Pain in the Community: Does the Healthy Living Program Help? (pp. 361-362)
(Mimi M. Y. Tse, Rose Heung and Vanessa T. C. Wan)

Chapter 172. Strategic Intervention: What to Do When Things Go Wrong (pp. 363-364)
(Laure Paquette)

Chapter 173. Ageing Disgracefully, with Grace: Enjoying Growing Older (pp. 365-366)
(Michael John Lowis)

Chapter 174. Music as a Therapeutic Modality in History (pp. 367-368)
(Mandana Hashefi)

Chapter 175. Music-Induced Analgesia: The Neurobiology of the Analgesic Effects of Music in Acute and Chronic Pain (pp. 369-370)
(Eduardo A. Garza-Villarreal)

Chapter 176. The Impact of Music on Neurological Disorders (pp. 371-372)
(Mandana Hashefi)

Chapter 177. Music Therapy for Autism Spectrum Disorder (pp. 373-374)
(Veronica Slootsky and Christian Gold)

Chapter 178. Music Therapy in Management of Psychiatric Disorders (pp. 375-376)
(Veronica Slootsky, Shuo Sally He, Pooja Lakshmin, Jason Emejuru, Thomas Bruce Shaver and Christian Gold)

Chapter 179. Music Effects on Metabolism and Exercise Performance (pp. 377-378)
(Mandana Hashefi)

Chapter 180. Music Therapy in Sleep Disorders (pp. 379-380)
(Vivek Jain)

Chapter 181. Music Therapy for Critically Ill Patients (pp. 381-382)
(Rachael Faught and Rajesh Bhagat)

Chapter 182. Cardiovascular Effects of Music (pp. 383-384)
(Parvinder Sheena Khurana and Charanjit S. Khurana)

Chapter 183. Coping with Cancer through Music Three Studies among Cancer Patients in Sweden (pp. 385-386)
(Fereshteh Ahmadi)

Chapter 184. Individual Differences in Complex Cognitive Processes Are Not Only the Domain of Working Memory (pp. 387-388)
(Christopher A. Was and Dale A. Hirsch)

Chapter 185. Individual Differences in Health Outcomes: Accounting for Two Sources of Variation through Cross-Classified Multilevel Models (pp. 389-391)
(Patrick Coulombe, Jacob M. Vigil and Edna Hernandez)

Chapter 186. Elucidation of Individual Differences in the Psychological Effects of a Forest Environment (pp. 391-392)
(Chorong Song, Harumi Ikei, Takahide Kagawa and Yoshifumi Miyazaki)

Chapter 187. Individual Differences in Education Outcomes: Applying a Model of Mental Toughness (pp. 393-394)
(Sarah P. McGeown, Helen St. Clair-Thompson, Dave Putwain and Peter Clough)

Chapter 188. Non-Criminal Psychopathy and the Electrodermal Response: Gender Differences in Self-Report and Psychophysiological Arousal (pp. 395-396)
(Mehmet K. Mahmut, Richard J. Stevenson and Judi Homewood)

Chapter 189. Associations between the Big Five Personality Traits and Social Physique Anxiety in Adult Women (pp. 397-398)
(Viren Swami and Adrian Furnham)

Chapter 190. Validating the OCEAN.20 Occupational Personality Questionnaire (pp. 399-400)
(Damian F. O’Keefe, Wendy Darr, E. Kevin Kelloway, Shavonne Pye-Strowbridge and Antoyna Hall)

Chapter 191. A Group Intervention for Nonoffending Parents and Caregivers of Child Victims of Sexual Abuse (pp. 401-402)
(Jennifer M. Foster)

Chapter 192. Child Sexual Abuse: Awareness, Sensitization and Therapeutic Intervention for School Children: Indian Scenario (pp. 403-404)
(P. B. Behere, A. N. Mulmule, A. P. Behere, R. Yadav and A. A. Sinha)

Chapter 193. Cultural Competence and Child Interviewing: Understanding Religious Factors in Child Sexual Abuse Interviewing (pp. 405-406)
(Karen L. Haboush, Anne Meltzer, Rachel Wang and Narmene Hamsho)

Chapter 194. Sexual Abuse and the Psychological Impact on Children: A Review of the Literature (pp. 407-408)
(Allison N. Sinanan)

Chapter 195. Invisible Victims: A Review of the Literature on
Male Sexual Abuse (pp. 409-410)
(Jennifer M. Foster)

Chapter 196. Emergence and Early Development of Problem Behavior in Individuals with Developmental Disabilities: A Behavioral Model of Parent-Child Interactions (pp. 411-412)
(Rachel E. Robertson)

Chapter 197. Risk Factors and Consequences Associated with Alcohol-Related Aggressive and Delinquent Behaviors in College Freshmen: A Repeated Measures Investigation (pp. 413-414)
(Amie L. Haas, Stephanie N. Taylor, David A. Hart, Maria K. Petkus and Jennifer M. Barthel)

Chapter 198. Service Provision and Problem Behavior among
Older Foster Care Youth (pp. 415-416)
(Hulliams Kamlem, Susan P. Farruggia and Gary Germo)

Chapter 199. Risk Perception: Why Different Theories? (pp. 417-418)
(Nuno Trindade Magessi and Luis Antunes)

Chapter 200. Risk Perception Based Approach to Analysis of Social Vulnerability (pp. 419-420)
(Yuriy V. Kostyuchenko)

Chapter 201. Risk Perception and Psychosocial Vulnerability in Health Behaviors (pp. 421-422)
(José A. García del Castillo, Álvaro García del Castillo-López, Carmen López-Sánchez and Paulo C. Dias)

Chapter 202. Comparative Study into Risk Perception and the Consumption of Illegal Drugs in Young People (pp. 423-424)
(Rosario Ruiz-Olivares, Valentina Lucena, M. José Pino, Antonio F. Raya and Javier Herruzo)

Chapter 203. Analysis of Consumers’ Choice of Pay Television and Car Insurance Services Based on the Perceived Risk Model (pp. 425-426)
(Denise Luciana Rieg, Fernando Cezar Leandro Scramim, Danilo Elias Uzelin Da Silva, Patrícia Carvalho D’arruda, Bruna Carolina Bispo and Cleverton Gomes Bezerra De Lima)

Chapter 204. Social and Demographic Determinants of the Health State and Life Satisfaction of Population in Poland (pp. 427-428)
(Nadiya Dubrovina, Andrzej Siwiec, Maciej Ornowski, Valeriy Boyko, Petro Zamiatin, Denis Zamiatin and Russell Gerrard)

Chapter 205. Giving Thanks: Gratitude Interventions for
Promoting Life Satisfaction (pp. 429-430)
(Kristin D. Sawka-Miller and David N. Miller)

Chapter 206. Happily Ever After? Time Strategies and the Life Satisfaction of Working Parents (pp. 431-432)
(Elisabeth Schilling)

Chapter 207. Quality of Life Study on Chinese Female Workers Suffering from Occupational Cadmium Poisoning (pp. 433-434)
(Joseph Wu, Wing-Chung Ho and Veronica Lai)

Chapter 208. The Spielberger Inventory Like a Tool for Assess the Trait and State Anxiety (pp. 435-436)
(Caroline Ronchini Ferreira and Roberta Ribeiro Silva)

Chapter 209. Differentiating the Impact of State versus Trait Anxiety on Cognitive Functioning of the Aging Brain (pp. 437-438)
(Cory E. Harrison, Pavel Litvin, Rachel Lavian, Suranee A. Waleszonia and Karen J. Miller)

Chapter 210. Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Anxiety: Implications of Comorbidity on Executive Function Deficits (pp. 439-440)
(Marisol Cueli, Paloma González-Castro, Trinidad García, Débora Areces, Stephen Loew and Celestino Rodríguez)

Chapter 211. The Combination of High Trait Anxiety and Female Sex is Vulnerability Factor for Sleep Disturbances (pp. 441)
(Yulia Arapova and Evgeniy Verbitsky)

Total Pages: 441

      Psychology Research Summaries
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2018 - May
   ISBN: 978-1-53613-721-7
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