Psychological Reports, 0033-2941

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  15. KINGMA, J. (1994). SITE OF ACCIDENTS FOR VICTIMS OF ASSAULT. Psychological Reports, 75(3), 1361-1362.
  16. 1993
  17. HEYINK, J. (1993). ADAPTATION AND WELL-BEING. Psychological Reports, 73(3), 1331-1342.
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  20. VAN OUDENHOVEN, JP., & WIERSEMA, B. (1991). PAIR-LEARNING AND SPELLING ACHIEVEMENT. Psychological Reports, 68(3), 1041-1042.
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  23. ANGENENT, H., & DEMAN, A. (1988). THE VALIDITY OF ASTROLOGICAL STATEMENTS. Psychological Reports, 62(2), 650-650.
  24. 1987
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  26. BOUMAN, TK., LAMBERT, H., & LUTEIJN, F. (1986). MOOD CONNOTATIONS OF A LOCUS OF CONTROL QUESTIONNAIRE. Psychological Reports, 59(3), 1055-1059.
  27. 1985
  28. VAN OUDENHOVEN, JP., & SIERO, F. (1985). EVALUATIVE FEEDBACK AS A DETERMINANT OF THE PYGMALION EFFECT. Psychological Reports, 57(3), 755-761.
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  31. AKYUREK, A., & KALVERBOER, AF. (1982). STEREOTYPIC AND AUTO-MANIPULATIVE BEHAVIOR OF AUTISTIC-CHILDREN. Psychological Reports, 50(1), 63-67.
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