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The Moderating role of depression in the relationship between coping strategies and significant others' reactions with the experience of chronic pain
Research shows a strong co-morbidity between pain and depression (Schatzberg, 2004). Individuals suffering with both chronic pain and depression exhibit greater pain intensity, greater interference due to pain and more ...
The Psychobiology of an eating episode : are restrained eaters different
The anatomy of an eating episode is influenced by various psychological, biological, and behavioural factors. The research has supported the existence of a biological correlate of satiety called salivary a-amylase (Harthoorn, ...
Mating strategies across the menstrual cycle : preferences, jealousy, and masculinity
Recent research suggests that there is more within- than between-sex variation in sociosexuality and that there may be organizational and activational effects of gonadal steroids on the mating tactics of women. For instance, ...
The Role of personality on decision making under uncertainty
Dispositional characteristics appear to impact peoples' decision making when faced with situations characterised by uncertainty, a characterization of an unknown future outcome, and ambiguity, a characterisation of the ...