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INFLUENTIAL FACTORS OF TRUST DECISION
This study aimed to explore factors affecting trust decisions: the carry-over effect of emotion on trusting someone psychologically close or distant in socially different contexts. First, based on previous findings that ...
CROSS-CULTURAL INVARIANCE OF THE BIRTH SATISFACTION SCALE-REVISED (BSS-R): COMPARING US AND UK SAMPLES
Objective: This research sought to test the measurement invariance of the Birth Satisfaction Scale-Revised (BSS-R) across United States (US) and United Kingdom (UK) samples. Multiple-group measurement invariance analyses ...
An Investigation of the Relationship Between the Item-Content and Diagnostic Validity of an Autism Screening Instrument
The present study investigated whether the diagnostic validity of a poorly-performing instrument (the Gilliam Autism Rating Scale – Second Edition, or the GARS-2) designed to screen for autism spectrum disorders could be ...
The Association Between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Intervention Participation in Early Childhood Education
Exposure to early childhood trauma has been established as a marker of developmental risk over time (Briere & Spinazzola, 2009; Perry, 2008). The generational impact of trauma exposure and the relationship between parental ...
EXECUTIVE FUNCTION SUBCOMPONENTS AND THEIR RELATIONS TO EVERYDAY FUNCTIONING IN HEALTHY OLDER ADULTS
Everyday functioning and its executive functioning cognitive correlates were investigated in healthy older adults (HOAs) using multiple methods of functional status. We were especially interested in the contributions of ...