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Effects of hormones on symmetry detection and perceptions of facial attractiveness /Oinonen, Kirsten. --
Research on the perception of facial attractiveness suggests hormonal involvement in mate selection mechanisms. Facial symmetry is one of four factors that is reliably associated with facial attractiveness, and there is ...
Lateralization of the perception of emotional intonation in children with nonverbal learning disabilities
The purpose of the present study was to examine whether lateralization patterns for verbal and nonverbal material and behavioral presentations differ between children categorized as having a verbal (VLD) or nonverbal ...
Effects of misinformation on children's recall : the potential for a "buffering" effect in drawing
Kindergarten children participated in a magic show and then responded to direct questioning about the details. The children were then asked to draw (N = 52) or tell (N = 56) about their favorite part of the show. Two ...
Health impacts of caring for a spouse with dementia : rural versus urban settings
Adverse mental and physical health outcomes in caregivers of persons with dementia are well documented, particularly for spouse caregivers. However, geographical setting may affect the caregiving experience. The main ...
Identifying responders to a driving refresher course using neuropsychological tests : an examination of older drivers
The older driving population is continuing to increase, and with age comes cognitive and physical changes that may negatively affect driving abilities. Despite the aging process, researchers have found that age is not ...
Application and review of a strength-based program in classrooms with behavior disordered children
The strength perspective of psychology involves focusing on an individual’s resources rather than weaknesses. Recent studies have found that enhancing existing strengths achieves the same outcome as the deficit approach, ...