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AbstractThe present research was designed to assess attachment style differences in subjects' reports of the dissolution of romantic relationships. One hundred and ninety-three unmarried undergraduates completed questionnaire measures of relationship history, including relationship dissolution...
AbstractThis article reports results of the construct validation of a new Australian measure of attitudes towards people with disabilities. Following a statement of the theoretical background for the instrument and a critique of existing instruments, an outline is given of procedures used in the...
AbstractSubjects made fame judgments about both genuinely famous and nonfamous names, some of which had been exposed earlier in the experiment. Old names were judged famous more often than new, irrespective of the fame status of the name. This finding was independent of whether the name had been...
AbstractAustralian and Japanese university students responded to hypothetical scenarios in which either a high or an average achieving student or golfer either maintained or failed to maintain their initial performance status. It was predicted that subjects in both cultures would feel relatively...
AbstractPerceived appropriateness of supervisory task allocation decisions, a situational contingency, was hypothesised to moderate the job performance-job satisfaction relationship. Tests of the proposed moderating effect were conducted by using moderated regression analysis. Findings were...
AbstractThis paper is concerned with the theoretically and empirically important issue of identifying correlates and predictors of change in the context of a repeated measures design. Two traditional approaches to change measurement — the residualised observed difference score and the base-free...
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