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Examination of the Influence of Processing Speed on the Neuropsychological Performance of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Adults
EXAMINATION OF THE INFLUENCE OF PROCESSING SPEED ON THE NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL PERFORMANCE OF ATTENTION DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) ADULTSAbstractby Scott Creamer, Ph.D.Washington State UniversityAugust 2013Chair: ...
Big Five Factors and Longitudinal Research Participation
Personality has been found to significantly impact participation in psychological research in terms of time of participation (e.g., Aviv, Zelenski, Rallo, & Larsen, 2002), willingness to complete more difficult studies ...
Gender Roles and Drinking Motives: The Impact on College Students’ Ability to Recognize Sexual Victimization
This research study utilizes web-based survey data collected from a convenience sample of college men and women to determine the impacts of gender roles and drinking motives on the ability to recognize sexual victimization. ...
Effects of Stereotype Threat on Low-Income Individuals
Research has found that stereotype threat can have a significant negative impact on the performance of stigmatized individuals. This study sought to determine the relationship between stereotype threat, self-efficacy, and ...
The Relationship between Childhood Gender Nonconformity and Adult Male Drive for Muscularity
Childhood Gender Nonconformity and the Adult Male Drive for MuscularityAbstractby Melanie Lynn Whetstine-Richel, Ph.D.Washington State UniversityMay 2013Chair: Brian W. McNeillThe purpose of this research was to assess the ...
Sex Differences in Morphine-Induced Antinociception and Reward Using a Chronic Inflammatory Pain Model in Rats
There is a species difference between rodents and humans in the sexual dimorphism of morphine analgesia. Women self-administer less morphine than men suggesting morphine produces greater analgesia in that sex. In contrast, ...