Psychologia, Vol. 49, No.1 (2006)

Effects of the Use of Cigarettes on the Function of Frontal Lobe in Middle and Upper Middle-Aged Japanese Adults
T. Hatta, M. Okumura, N. Nagahara, E. Ito, Y. Ito, & K. Aoki

pp. 1-9.
The Effects of Learning Experience on the Ability of Elementary School Students to Deal With Math Problems Requiring Multiple Solutions
S. Kinda

pp. 10-22.

Orthogonal Expansion: A Neglected Factor in Tilt Illusions
J. Ninio & B. Pinna

pp. 23-37.

Automatic Phonological Processing in Reading a One-Character Kanji Word
N. Nagahara, M. Amagase, & T. Hatta

pp. 38-47.
Locus of Control, Supportive Workplace Policies and Work-Family Conflict
N. M. Noor

pp. 48-60.

Calls for Papers ("Foundations of Social Knowledge", "Working Memory")
pp. 61-62.


Psychologia, Vol. 49, No.2 (2006)


Guest Editors : Emmanuel Manalo

Editorial for the Special Issue
E. Manalo
pp. 63-65.
What Memory Skills Are Most Important to University Students in the, United States and New Zealand?
K. L. Hi fbee & E. Manalo

pp. 66-73.
The Significance of Silence: Differences in Meaning, Learning Styles and Teaching Strategies in Cross-Cultural Settings
L. Wilkinson & Y. Olliver-Gray

pp. 74-88.
The Effect. of font Size on the Retention of -lext Information Presented on Computer Display and on Paler
Y. Motoki

pp. 89-100.
A Collaborative Approach to Teaching Cognitive Science to Undergraduates: The Learning Sciences as a Means to Study and Enhance College Student Learning
N. Miyake & H. Shirouzu

pp. 101-113.
Factors That Impact. on the Academic Motivation of Japanese University Students in Japan and, in New Zealand
F. Manalo, M. Koyasu, K. Hashinioto, & T. Miyauchi

pp. 114-131.
Student Teachers' Acceptance of a Web-based Information System
E. Y. M. Cheung & J. Sachs

pp. 132-141.
Call for Papers ("Working Memory")
p. 142.


Psychologia, Vol. 49, No.3 (2006)

The Core Factor of Improvement in Recovery from Aphasia Extracted by Factor Analysis
M. Higashikawa, K. Hadano, & T. Hatta

pp. 143-151.
Third Party Aggression: Effects of Cooperation and Similarity to Ingroup Member
T. Kumagai & K. Ohhuchi

pp. 152-161.
Semantic Activation in Visual Recognition of Japanese Two-Kanji Compound Words: Interference and Facilitatory Effects of Neighbors
T Ogawa & H. Saito

pp. 162-177.
Children's Category Structure and False Memories
W.-C. Chiang & C.-H. Chiu

pp. 178-192.
Examining the Bias for Orthographic Components Using an Apparent Motion Detection Task
M.-Y. Wang

pp. 193-213.
Quadratic Relationship between Long-term Dietary Restriction and Spatial Cognition in Rats
S. Yanai, Y. Okaichi, & H. Okaichi

pp. 214-224.
Calls for Papers ("Working Memory", "Development of Social Cognition")
pp. 225-226.


Psychologia, Vol. 49, No.4 (2006)


Guest Editors : Minoru Karasawa

Foundations of Social Knowledge: Editorial Comments
M. Karasawa
p. 227.
Theory of Mind in Old Adults: The Performance on Happefs Stories and Faux Pas Stories
Y. Wang & Y. Su

pp. 228-237.
Application of the Kohonen's Self-Organizing Map and the Group of Adaptive Models Evolution in Social Cognition Research
R. Trnka & J. Koutnik

pp. 238-251.
Chinese Preschoolers' False Belief Understanding: Is Social Knowledge Underpinned by Parental Styles, Social Interactions or Executive Functions?
G. Lewis, Z. Huang, & M. Rooksby

pp. 252-266.
Positive-Negative Asymmetry in Mental State Inference: Replication and Extension
K. Ito & J. Takai

pp. 267-277.
Group Inclusiveness, Group Identification, and Intergroup Attributional Bias
W. Ma & M. Karasawa

pp. 278-290.
Calls for Papers ( "Development of Social Cognition")
p. 291.