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From the APS Journal Archive: Social Factors in Schizophrenia

‘Social Factors in Schizophrenia’ by Jill M. Hooley1 was published in Current Directions in Psychological Science in August 2010 and has been cited 2 times (via Web of Science) since publication.

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From the APS Journal Archive: Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder : Endophenotypes, Structure, and Etiological Pathways

‘Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: Endophenotypes, Structure, and Etiological Pathways’ by Joel T. Nigg1 was published in Current Directions in Psychological Science in February 2010 and has been cited 6 times (via Web of Science) since publication.

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From the APS Journal Archive: The Darker Side of Social Anxiety: When Aggressive Impulsivity Prevails Over Shy Inhibition

‘The Darker Side of Social Anxiety : When Aggressive Impulsivity Prevails Over Shy Inhibition’ by Todd B. Kashdan and Patrick E. McKnight1 was published in Current Directions in Psychological Science in February 2010 and has been cited 4 times (via Web of Science) since publication.

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From the APS Journal Archive: Getting a Grip on Drinking Behavior : Training Working Memory to Reduce Alcohol Abuse

‘Getting a Grip on Drinking Behavior : Training Working Memory to Reduce Alcohol Abuse’ by Katrijn Houben1, Reinout W. Wiers2 and Anita Jansen1 was published in Psychological Science in June 2011 and has been cited 1 time (via Web of Science) since publication.

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From the APS Journal Archive: Listening to Your Heart : How Interoception Shapes Emotion Experience and Intuitive Decision Making

‘Listening to Your Heart : How Interoception Shapes Emotion Experience and Intuitive Decision Making’ by Barnaby D. Dunn1, Hannah C. Galton2, Ruth Morgan3, Davy Evans1, Clare Oliver1, Marcel Meyer4, Rhodri Cusack1, Andrew D.Lawrence4 and Tim Dalgleish1 was published in Psychological Science in November 2010 and has been cited 2 times (via Web of Science) since publication.

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From the APS Journal Archive: Facing Freeze : Social Threat Induces Bodily Freeze in Humans

‘Facing Freeze : Social Threat Induces Bodily Freeze in Humans’ by Karin Roelofs1,2, Muriel A. Hagenaars1 and John Stins3 was published in Psychological Science in November 2010 and has been cited 8 times (via Web of Science) since publication.

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From the APS Journal Archive: Genes for Psychosis and Creativity

‘Genes for Psychosis and Creativity’ by Szabolcs Kér1 was published in Psychological Science in September 2009 and has been cited 16 times (via Web of Science) since publication.

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From the APS Journal Archive: Mistreating Psychology in the Decades of the Brain

‘Mistreating Psychology in the Decades of the Brain’ by Gregory A. Miller1 was published in Perspectives on Psychological Science in November 2010 and has been cited 12 times (via Web of Science) since publication.

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From the APS Journal Archive: Mechanisms of Gene-Environment Interaction Effects in the Development of Conduct Disorder

‘Mechanisms of Gene-Environment Interaction Effects in the Development of Conduct Disorder’ by Kenneth A. Dodge1 was published in Perspectives on Psychological Science in July 2009 and has been cited 11 times (via Web of Science) since publication.

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From the APS Journal Archive: ‘Fetal Testosterone Predicts Sexually Differentiated Childhood Behavior in Girls and in Boys’

“Fetal Testosterone Predicts Sexually Differentiated Childhood Behavior in Girls and in Boys” by Bonnie Auyeung1, Simon Baron-Cohen1, Emma Ashwin1, Rebecca Knickmeyer1,2, Kevin Taylor3, Gerald Hackett4 and Melissa Hines5 was published in Psychological Science in February 2009 and has been cited 48 times (via Web of Science) since publication.

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