Psychologia, Vol. 38, No.1 (1995)

A Comparison of American and Thai Counseling Students' Perceptions of the Past and the Future
R.C. Page, J. L. Reed, K.C. Ruammake, S.A. Taffel & J. Baiey

pp. 1-8.

The Self-Perception of Competence by Canadian and Chinese Children
D.C. Kwok

pp. 9-16.

Reliability and Validity of the Suinn-Lew Asian Self-Identity Acculturation Scale with Japanese Temporary Residents
K. Kodama, S.S. Canetto

pp. 17-21.

Towards the Validation of a Chinese Version of The Self-Description Questionnaire-1
D. Watkins, Q. Dong & Y. Xia

pp. 22-30.

Parental Behaviour as Related to Some Personality Traits of Adolescents
H. Ojha & M. Pramanick

pp. 31-37.

Sex Differences and Handedness in Dichotic Listening Performance
K. Minami

pp. 38-43.

Cortisol and Behavioral Responses to Stress in Newborn Infants
K. Takai-Kawakami, K. Kawakami, Y. Shimizu & T. Yanaihara

pp. 44-49.

The Effect of Tone Frequency on Successive Comparison of Brightness
J. Kuze

pp. 50-57.


Psychologia, Vol. 38, No. 2 (1995)

A False Modesty/Other-Enhancing Bias among Japanese
Y. Endo

pp. 59-69.

The Influence of Toys on Preschool Children's Social Behavior
N. Obanawa & H. Joh

pp. 70-76.

Evaluating the Effectiveness of University Teaching: A Taiwan Validation Study
W.y. Lin, D. Watkins & Q.m. Meng
pp. 77-89.

The Effect of Number of Response Alternatives on Concurrent Scanning
R. Okada & D.Burrows

pp. 90-100.

Buildup of Proactive Interference in Japanese Kanji Learning
T. Fujita

pp. 101-108.

The Relation of Altruistic Orientation to Family Social Environment in Chinese Children
H.K. Ma & M.C. Leung

pp. 109-115.

The Influences of Learning Experience Upon the Visual Field Difference in the Random Shape Recognition: Examination from Reversed Association
K. Yoshizaki

pp. 116-123.

Discrepancies Between Preferred and Actual Mathematics Classroom Environment as Perceived by Students and Teachers in Hong Kong
N.Y. Wong

pp. 124-131.


Psychologia, Vol. 38, No. 3 (1995)

Exploring the Relationship Between Having Control and Losing Control to Functional Neuroanatomy within the Sleeping State
D.H. Shapiro, Jr., J. Wu, C. Hong, M. Buchsbaum, L. Gottschalk, V.E. Thompson, D. Hillyard,
M. Hetu & G. Friedmam

pp. 133-145.
Do Second-Language Learners of Japanese Make Use of the Same Mental Lexicon for Kana Words as Native Speakers?
A. Komendzinska

pp. 146-154.

Brain Functions of Child Soroban Learners: Changes Has Produced by Soroban Training
T. Hatta, A. Kawakami & T. Hirose

pp. 155-163.

A Scale for the Assessment of Midlife Crisis in Chinese People
D.T.L. Shek

pp. 164-173.

Measuring Optimistic Self-Beliefs: A Chinese Adaptation of the General Self-Efficacy Scale
J.X. Zhang & R.Schwarzer

pp. 174-181.

Verbal Self-Instructional Remedial Training with Tribal and Non-Tribal Low Achievers: Issue of Differential Treatment Efficacy and Generalization
S. Rath

pp. 182-191.

Effects of Grasping-Form Attitude on Brightness Contrast in Koffka-Ring Type Patterns
T. Goto, T. Hanari, S. Ohnuma, H. Kobari, N. Shinoba, J. Sugiura, K. Tamoto & Y. Hishimura

pp. 192-198.

A Cross-Cultural Comparison: Postnatal Depression in Korean and Scottish Mothers
E.-H. Moon Park & G. Dimigen

pp. 199-207.


Psychologia, Vol. 38, No. 4 (1995)

Comparative Study of Aggressive Motives of Japanese and Chinese College Students
H. Yamauchi & Y. Li

pp. 209-219.

Pan Shu--A Founder of Modern Chinese Psychology
G. Yue & J. Shen

pp. 220-228.

Space Perception, Coordination and a Knowledge of Kanji in Japanese and Non-Japanese
M. Flaherty & M. Connolly

pp. 229-237.

Psychological and Socio-Cultural Variables as Predictors of Adjustment in Cross-Cultural Transitions
A. Furnham & S. Erdmann

pp. 238-251.

Relationships of Proenvironmental Attitudes with Materialism and its Associated Attitudes Toward Money
O. Iwata

pp. 252-257.

Developmental Changes in Category-Based Inferences
T. Sugimura & M. Kataoka

pp. 258-265.

Predicting Pronunciation Accuracy in a Second Language: The Role of Phonological Awareness
H. Cheung

pp. 266-274