Psychologia, Vol. 46, No.1 (2003)

SPECIAL ISSUE:
MOTIVATION AND SELF-REGULATION (continued)

Guest Editors : Hirotsugu Yamauchi, Anastasia Efklides, & Markku Niemivirta


Longitudinal Analysis of the Relations between Perceived Learning Environment, Achievement Goal Orientations, and Learning Strategies Intrinsic-extrinsic Regulation s a Mediator
H. Yamauchi & K. Miki

pp. 1-18.

Shared-regulation and Motivation of Collaborating Peers: A Case Analysis
M. Vauras, T. Iiskala, A. Kajamies, R. Kinnunen, & E. Lehtinen

pp. 19-37

Motivation and Self-regulation: Processes Involved and Context Effects \ A Discussion
A. Efklides, M. Niemivirta, & H. Yamauchi
pp. 38-52.

The Effect of Programme Context on Memory for Humorous Television Advertisements in Japan
A. Furnham & T. Mori

pp. 53-66.

Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Reliability of the Chinese Version of a Revised Teacher Efficacy Scale among Guidance Teachers in Hong Kong
M. Yuen, D.T.L. Shek, M.-P. Lam, P.S.Y. Lau, & R.M.C. Chan

pp. 67-78.

 

Psychologia, Vol. 46, No.2 (2003)

Editorial
S. Yoshikawa
pp. 79-80.

SPECIAL ISSUE:
COMPUTER MEDIATED COMMUNICATION

Guest Editors : Takeshi Hatta, Jun Kawaguchi, & Kaori Karasawa

Editorial for the Special Issue
T. Hatta
pp. 81-82.

The Utility of Commercial Memory Aids as a Function of the Kind of Aid and Individual Differences
C. Y. Yoder & D. J. Herrmann

pp. 83-103.
Problem Solving Using E-mail in Mailing List Discussion Groups:
The Effect of Group Size and Task Type
M. S. Nakayama & T. Yamasaki

pp. 104-111.

Web-sites Structure Characteristics and Human Cognitive Functions
A. Iwahara, M. Yamada, A. Kawakami, M. Okamoto, & T. Hatta

pp. 112-118.

Do People Send E-mail With Their Own Mobile Phone on the Designated Day?:
Executing an Intended Act as a Function of Frequency of Use of Memory Strategies and the Significance of the Task
T. Tohyama & K. Yoshizaki

pp. 119-128.
An Experimental Study of Electronic Negotiation: Content Analysis of Verbal
Interactions Focusing on the Effects of Correctability and Exitability
T. Hatta & K. Ohbuchi

pp. 129-139.
The Practical Application of Memory Research: Why We Can Do Better
M. M. Gruneberg & D. J. Herrmann

pp. 140-146.
Calls for Papers (gNonverbal Communication and Action Recognitionh,gReasoningh)
p. 148.

 

Psychologia, Vol. 46, No.3 (2003)

Adult Speakersf Definition and Use of Words: An Examination of Platofs Problem as Applied to Knowledge of Word Meaning
H. Nagata

pp. 151-162.
The Relation of Academic Achievement, Family and Classroom Social Environment, and Peer Interactions to Prosocial and Antisocial Behavior of Chinese Children
H. K. Ma

pp. 163-173.
Comparing Adolescent and Middle-age Groups on Spatial Task Performance: A Developmental-differentiation Approach
S. K. Kunjayi

pp. 174-181.
Does Preference for Sons Have a Differential Impact on the Intelligence of Boys and Girls?: Evidence From India
G. Raina, P. Malhi, D. Malhotra, & J.M. Jerath

pp. 182-189.
The Effects of an Area of an Overlapping Region of Two Textures and Their Compound Outline on Texture Laciness
I. Watanabe & Y. Nakazato

pp. 190-198.
Re-analysis of the Performance of Traumatic Brain Injury Patients on the Available Neuropsychological Tests
Y. Ito & T. Hatta

pp. 199-209.
Calls for Papers (gNonverbal Communication and Action Recognitionh,gReasoningh)
p. 210.

 

Psychologia, Vol. 46, No.4 (2003)

The Gender-role Stereotyping of Men and Women in Hong Kong Television Advertisements
A. Furnham & F. Chan

pp. 213-224.
Validation of the Satisfaction With Life Scale in a Sample of Hong Kong University Students
J. Sachs

pp. 225-234.
Psychological Profiles of Effeminate, Male and Female Students
N. M. Noor, S. A. Rahman, J. Farooqui, A. M. Nasr, & H. M. Noon

pp. 235-245.
Eye Gaze Triggers Visuospatial Attentional Shift in Individuals With Autism
T. Okada, W. Sato, T. Murai, Y. Kubota, & M. Toichi

pp. 246-254.
Cross-linguistic False Recognition: How do Japanese-dominant Bilinguals Process Two Languages: Japanese and English?
Y. Kawasaki-Miyaji, T. Inoue, & H. Yama

pp. 255-267.
A Neural Architecture for Rule-guided Behavior: A Simulation of Physiological Experiments
T. Minami & T. Inui

pp. 268-283.
Call for Papers (gReasoningh)
p. 284.
Table of Contents Vol. XLVI
pp. 285-286.