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Holding Grudges: Developing Theory and Measurement
The aim of this dissertation was to develop a theory of holding grudges and a questionnaire to measure their occurrence. In Part 1 I used semi-structured interviews to identify six underlying components of holding a grudge: ...
The Psychological Study of Gender: Moving Beyond the Binary
Quantitative gender research within Psychology has traditionally been limited and inherently exclusionary of people with non-binary genders. Focusing research on aspects of gender with inclusive methods can allow us to ...
Culture and Baby-Naming in a Multicultural World: Identity and Pragmatic Motivations Predict Choices and Preferences of Baby Names Among Bicultural Individuals
Changes in the repertoire of first names represent a cultural product of multiculturalism. As societies become increasingly diverse, choices of names can be construed and examined in the context of cultural identifications ...