|The role of gender in proposed DSM-5 alcohol use disorder criteria
||The high prevalence of alcohol related fatalities and the large population of individuals at risk or diagnosed with alcohol use disorders make understanding the disorders a public health priority. As the publication of the Diagnostic and Statistical ...
|CES-D measurement stability across individualistic and collectivistic cultures
||The purpose of this study was to analyze the cross-cultural and cross-time measurement invariance of Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale (CES-D). The research data that were collected in 1994-1995 and 1996 respectively were from the N...
|Visual processing associated with making judgments of political affiliation : an eye-tracking study
||This study assessed whether differences exist in the way females, males, and
people with opposing political partisanships focus their visual attention during
evaluations of politicians’ facial images. Eye movements were recorded while eighty four
|The relationship between severity of child abuse and disruptive behavior in adolescent males and females
||Conduct disorder is one of the most frequently diagnosed disorders for boys and girls under the age of 18. Although it is the second most common psychiatric disorder in girls, boys are much more likely to receive a conduct disorder diagnosis than gir...
|Autonomic responses to negative personal feedback in narcissistic individuals
||While narcissistic traits have a long, observable history, little is known about the possible
biological underpinnings that may be fueling these behaviors. The link between
narcissism and aggression is clear; with hostility and antagonism often bei...
|Measuring the capacity for cognitive and affective empahty in psychopathy and narcissism
||Psychopathic and narcissistic display a multitude of negative interpersonal behaviors with psychopathy also displaying a greater degree of impulsive and antisocial traits (McCord & McCord, 1956; Emmons, 1984). A primary shared affective deficiency be...
|The effect of psychopathy, empathy and gender on gaze patterns
||Previous research shows that adolescent males high in callous-unemotional (CU)
traits have aberrant gaze-patterns when viewing fearful stimuli. This study sought to
extend and replicate previous findings, to see if the affective deficits (i.e., CU ...