Psychologia, Vol. 34, No.1 (1991)

A Cross-Cultural Comparison of British and Japanese Protestant Work Ethic and Just World Beliefs
A. Furnham & M. Reilly

pp. 1-14.

Self-Report of Attainment in Experienced Zen Meditators: A Cautionary Note on Objective Measurement
W.C. Compton

pp. 15-17.

The T'ai Chi Images: A Taoist Model of Psychotherapeutic Change
J.R. Suler

pp. 18-27.

Individual Differences in Speed of Semantic Memory Retrieval and Stroop Interference
H. Tajika, A. Taniguchi, S. Kamiya & E. Neumann

pp. 28-35.

Concepts About relations among Time, Distance and Velocity in Children: I. Time and Velocity
F. Matsuda

pp. 36-46.

Quantitative Analyses of Learning Process in Solving 8-Puzzle
T. Shimazaki

pp. 47-56.

Retrieval deficiency and retrieval process in kindergarten children
H. Kikuno

pp. 57-62.

Developmental Changes of Interests to Animated Stories in Toddlers Measured by Eye Movement while Watching Them
N. Takahashi

pp. 63-68.

Attributed Fault for and Perceived Likelihood of an Accident as a Function of Victim's Sobriety and Behavioral Propriety
S. Kanekar, A.V. Sovani

pp. 69-74.


Psychologia, Vol. 34, No. 2 (1991)

Asian Applications of Raven's Progressive Matrices
J.H. Court

pp. 75-85.

A Control Content Analysis Scale Applied to Verbal Samples of Psychiatric Outpatients: Correlation with Anxiety and Hostility Scales
D.H. Shapiro,Jr., D.E. Bates, T.R. Greenzang & S. Carrere

pp. 86-97.

Cross-Cultural Assessment of Self-Esteem: A Nepalese Investigation
D. Watkins, M.K. Lam & M, Regmi

pp. 98-108.

Abacus Training Effects on Imagery Generation and Operation in Children
T. Hatta & T. Hirose

pp. 109-117.

Concurrent Vocal Interference Effect on Reading Comprehension of Kana Alone and Kanji-Kana Mixed form Sentence
R. Hayashi & T. Hayashi

pp. 118-125.

Effects of Figural Unity on Brightness Contrast in Koffka Ring-Type Patterns
T. Goto, T. Hanari & S. Tanaka

pp. 126-135.

Identity of Ethnic Minorities: A Cross-National Comparison
S. Khanna

pp. 136-140.

The Process and the Effect of "Pre-Designed Refraction" in Trans-Cultural Refraction
H. Sakaki, S. Kubo, S. Aoike, & Y. Uno

pp. 141-148.


Psychologia, Vol. 34, No. 3 (1991)

A Cross-Cultural Study of Socially Appropriate Behavior: A Comparison Between Japanese and United States Undergraduates
O. Iwata

pp. 149-156.

Japanese-British Differences on Achievement-Related Motives
H. Yamauchi, J.R. Beech, S.L. Hampson & R. Lynn

pp. 157-163.

Peer and Maternal Factors in the Manifestation of Conduct Problems
T.N. Sim & R. Singh

pp. 164-170.

On-line Judgments of Grammaticality of Sentences Involving Rule Violations
H. Nagata

pp. 171-176.

Smoking Cessation by Auricular Acupuncture and Behavioral Therapy
J.-P. Leung

pp. 177-187.
Perceived Size and Distance of Persons in Natural Outdoor Settings: The Effects of Familiar Size
A. Higashiyama, S. Kitano

pp. 188-199.

Processing Numerals in Arabic, kanji, Hiragana and Katakana by Skilled and Less Skilled Japanese Readers in Grades 4-6
K. Tamaoka, C.-K.Leong & T. Hatta

pp. 200-206.

Perceptual and Semantic Encoding in Memory of Preschool Children
H. Kikuno

pp. 207-211.


Psychologia, Vol. 34, No. 4 (1991)

Life and Work of Y. K. Yen, the First Person to Introduce Western Psychology to China
S. Kodama

pp. 213-226.

Teaching English as a Second Language: Listening and Pause
H. Okabayashi

pp. 227-231.

Modal Personality: A Comparative Study of Hindus, Muslims and Christians
M. Pramanick

pp. 232-240.

Differences in the Perception of Alcoholic Versus Non-Alcoholic Beverage Advertisements
R.M. Young, T.P.S. Oei & G.M. Crook

pp. 241-247.

Personality Pattern of Hindu and Muslim College Students
H. Ojha & C.N. Jha

pp. 248-253.
The Role of Choice in Memory as a Function of Age: Support for a Metamemory Interpretation of the Self-Choice Effect
M. Takahashi

pp. 254-258.

Effect of Low and High Intensity Noise on Work Efficiency
P. Bhatia, Shipra & I.S. Muhar

pp. 259-265.

Characteristics of Galvanic Skin Response in Schizophrenic Patients and Normal Subjects
P.Kr. Biswas

pp. 266-271.

Interpersonal Attraction as a Function of Situational Similarity-Dissimilarity and Age
V. Sharma & D. Kaur

pp. 272-276.