Psychologia, Vol. 42, No.1 (1999)

Dysfunctional Attitude and Occupational Stress Process: A Test of the Organisational Stress Model
Y. W. Goh & T. P. S. Oei

pp. 1-15.

Sociotropy/Autonomy and Differential Effects of Coping Styles on Psychological Well-Being
S. Y. K. Sun, S.-K. Cheung, W.-W. Fung & Y.-S. Mak

pp. 16-27.

The Relationship between Number of Children, Marital Quality and Women's Psychological Distress
N. M. Noor

pp. 28-39.

The Evaluation of a Computerized Tutoring Program for Arithmetic Word Problem Solving
M. Sakamoto

pp. 40-50.

The Relationship between Stress and Intraocular Pressure of the Eye
J.-P. Leung, M. K.H. Yap, A. W. Siu

pp. 51-58.

Pragmatic Determinants of Children's Responses to the Wason Selection Task
O. Frydman, P. Light & J. Alegria

pp. 59-68.


Psychologia, Vol. 42, No. 2 (1999)

Assessment of Global Parenting Style and Specific Parenting Behavior in a Chinese Context
D. T. L. Shek

pp. 69-79.

Acoustic and Visual Confusions in Immediate Memory in Japanese and English Speakers
M. Flaherty & A. Moran

pp. 80-88.

Developing a Chinese Vocabulary Test as a WAIS-R Subtest for Adults in Hong Kong
D. W. Chan, H.-C. B. Lee & C.-L. Luk

pp. 89-100.

The Patterns of the Odd-even Effect of Product Verification in Hong Kong Chinese
K. F. E. Wong

pp. 101-110.

Postpartum Depression and Social Support: A Comparative study in Hong Kong
P. Y.-K. Chung & X. D. Yue

pp. 111-122.


Psychologia, Vol. 42, No. 3 (1999)
Entrained Motion is Affected by the Number of Entraining Stimuli and Equality in the Moving Distance of Stimuli
I. Watanabe

pp. 123-128.

College Student Suicide Ideation in Canada and Japan
M.J. Heisel & T. Fuse

pp. 129-138.

Working Memory and Language Difference in Sound Duration: A Comparison of Mental Arithmetic in Chinese, Japanese and English
C.W. Lau & R. Hoosain

pp. 139-144.

Indelible Evidence of False Belief: Confronting Young Children with Video Recordings of Themselves
R. Saltmarsh & P. Mitchell

pp. 145-159.

Spontaneous Mnemonic Use in Simulated Foreign Word Learning
E. Manalo

pp. 160-169.

The Effect of Meaning on Visual Image Segmentation
S. Ngohayon, J. Kawahara & T. Toshima

pp. 170-182.


Psychologia, Vol. 42, No. 4 (1999)


Guest Editors: Takeshi Hatta & Hirofumi Saito

T. Hatta & H. Saito
pp. 183-185.

The Role of Long-term Working Memory in Text Comprehension
W. Kintsch, V. L. Patel & K. A. Ericsson

pp. 186-198.

Radical Processing in Chinese Character Recognition: Evidence from Lexical Decision
H. Li & H.-C. Chen

pp. 199-208.

Visual Perception of the Chinese Character: Configural or Separable Processing?
F. K. Chua

pp. 209-221.

Two Types of Radical Frequency Effects on Japanese Kanji Character Recognition
H. Masuda & H. Saito

pp. 222-242.

Using Radicals in Teaching Chinese Characters to Second Language Learners
M. Taft & K. Chung

pp. 243-251.

Information Processing of Chinese Compound Words
D. Peng, W. Li, R. Li & Y. Liu

pp. 252-266.

A Connectionist Approach to Japanese Kanji Word Naming
M. Ijuin, T. Fushimi, K. Patterson & I. Tatsumi

pp. 267-280.

Are Phonetic Elements in Chinese Characters Drawn from a Syllabary?
I. G. Mattingly & P.-L. Hsiao

pp. 281-289.

Universality in Reading Processes: Evidence from an Eye-Tracking Study
S. Matsunaga

pp. 290-306.