Category Archives: Volume 38 • No. 3/4 • 2002

Psychology and Education’s Editor And Associate Editor In Russia to Receive Awards

Dr. Casimir J. Kowalski (left), Associate Editor with his co-edited Book in Russian Leadership for the 21st Century and Dr. Joseph P. Cangemi (right), Editor, holding his honorary doctorate Doctor Honoris Causa This past October Psychology And Education ‘s Editor, … Continue reading

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AN APPROACH TO THE ORIGIN OF VALUES

Rogelio Diaz-Guerrero and Rolando Diaz-Loving Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico Following the realization that, not the value scores, but their interpretation at the individual, group or culture level was either erroneous or incomplete, a 3 nation cross-cultural study has been … Continue reading

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SPECULATIONS ABOUT A TELEPATHIC CAUSE OF INSPIRATIONS

Dan Gollub P.O. Box 206 El Dorado, Kansas 67042 The question of what causes inspirations and/or spontaneous creativity is addressed by suggesting that telepathy might be one such cause. The example is provided of Metchnikoff’s account of an inspiration he … Continue reading

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DO YOU WANT TO BE CALLED AS AN AMERIC“ESE” OR AMERIC“AN”? PSYCHOLOGICAL ANALYSIS OF RACIST AND DEROGATORY SUFFIX IN ENGLISH

Y-T. Lee Chair, Ethnic Studies Department Minnesota State University Mankato, MN 56001 J. Lin Zhengming Group, Chicago K. Shi Institute of Psychology National Academy of Sciences, Beijing As a racist suffix in English, Westerners mostly refer to themselves as “?an/?ish/?ch” … Continue reading

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PROSE RECALL PERFORMANCE AMONG PRE-PERI, AND POST-MENOPAUSAL MIDDLE-AGED WOMEN

N. Sjulson The University of North Dakota F. R. Ferraro The University of North Dakota K. Lokken The University of North Dakota T. Petros The University of North Dakota Performance of 48 middle?age women were compared on a prose recall … Continue reading

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FATHERHOOD: A FURTIVE SEARCH FOR REALITY

Bernard Mackler, Ph.D (Private Practice) 5 Lenox Place Scarsdale, NY 10583 What is a father? What makes a man and ultimately how does one go from manhood to fatherhood, or is it the other way around? The two are mextricably … Continue reading

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THE COMPLEXITY OF MOTIVATED HUMAN CHOICES THAT AFFECT PSYCHOLOGICAL WELL-BEING

Ron Hosen University of Houston (Past Professor) SABRA Fund Director Houston, Texas Dina Solovey Hosen Houston Independent School District Louis Stern Professor Emeritus in Economics University of Houston PsyLab decision experiments suggest that probabilistic beliefs about prospective outcomes are employed … Continue reading

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