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ADHD and Sleep in Homicidal Men with Antisocial Personality Disorder - Abstract - Neuropsychobiology 2004, Vol. 50, No. 1 - Karger Publishers
A history of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is commonly found in subjects with antisocial personality disorder (ASP). Besides ASP, childhood ADHD also predicts drug abuse disorders an... [Read More]
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The ADHD and Sleep Conundrum: A Review : Journal of Developmental & Behavioral Pediatrics
ABSTRACT. The relationship between attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and sleep is a [Read More]
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Indigenising Westernised Chinese psychology
I have had a professional dream for about twenty years-to turn the unhealthily Westernised psychology in Chinese societies into a genuinely indigenous Chinese psychology. ... [Read More]
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The association value of random shapes.
Association value, content, and heterogeneity of associative responses were determined for 180 random shapes of varying complexity (number of points). ... [Read More]
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The Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (English)
The development of a self-report measure of subjectively assessed social support, the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (MSPSS), is described. ... [Read More]
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Comparative Study of Children With ADHD Only, Autism Spectrum Disorder + ADHD, and Chronic Multiple Tic Disorder + ADHD
Identification of differences among children with ADHD only, autism spectrum disorder (ASD)+ADHD, and chronic multiple tic disorder (CMTD)+ADHD may lead to better understanding of clinical phenotypes.... [Read More]
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Saving Positive Freedom
 Nelson confuses a conceptual dispute with a normative one based on moral or political principle. [Read More]
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Experimental Social Innovation as an Alternative to a Pseudo-Relevant Social Psychology
This paper assesses the responses of social psychologists to these pressures in terms of research activities and graduate training models. [Read More]
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Determinism, "Freedom," and Psychotherapy
 Indeed, it is inconceivable that we could explain or count on anything in the physical world without relying on the basic assumption that all phenomena are strictly determined.  [Read More]
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Visualising the Hypnotised Brain: Hysteria Research from Charcot to Functional Brain Scans
Contrary to the widely held belief in the humanities that hysteria no longer exists, this article shows that the advent of new brain imaging technologies has reignited scientific research into this ... [Read More]
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The Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Hypnotic Behavior
A theory of hypnosis stands or falls by its answer to one crucial question: Why do some subjects quickly and easily experience many of the phenomena of hypnosis while other subjects show very litt... [Read More]
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A Questionnaire explanation of the Relationship between Schizotypy, Creativity, and Academic Achievement
 In conclusion, self-reported measures are good tests of creativity in relation to schizotypy and should be included in future research, as should creative styles.... [Read More]
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Chapter 14 - The Toxoplasma gondii Model of Schizophrenia
With increasing pressure to understand both acute and chronic diseases, renewed recognition of infectious causation is occurring. ... [Read More]