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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the American Psychological Society

Volume 14, Number 6, November 2003

Zeroing in on the dark side of the american dream: a closer look at the negative consequences of the goal for financial success
pp. 531-536(6)
Authors: Nickerson, Carol; Schwarz, Norbert; Diener, Ed; Kahneman, Daniel

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Selective attention determines emotional responses to novel visual stimuli
pp. 537-542(6)
Authors: Raymond, Jane E.; Fenske, Mark J.; Tavassoli, Nader T.

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Static scene analysis for the perception of heading
pp. 543-548(6)
Authors: Hahn, Sowon; Andersen, George J.; Saidpour, Asad

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Searching night and day: a dissociation of effects of circadian phase and time awake on visual selective attention and vigilance
pp. 549-557(9)
Authors: Horowitz, Todd S.; Cade, Brian E.; Wolfe, Jeremy M.; Czeisler, Charles A.

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Fitting the mind to the world: face adaptation and attractiveness aftereffects
pp. 558-566(9)
Authors: Rhodes, Gillian; Jeffery, Linda; Watson, Tamara L.; Clifford, Colin W.G.; Nakayama, Ken

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Depressive deficits in forgetting
pp. 573-578(6)
Authors: Hertel, Paula T.; Gerstle, Melissa

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The social dynamics of a cultural upheaval: social interactions surrounding september 11, 2001
pp. 579-585(7)
Authors: Mehl, Matthias R.; Pennebaker, James W.

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The perceived onset time of self- and other-generated actions
pp. 586-591(6)
Authors: Wohlschläger, Andreas; Haggard, Patrick; Gesierich, Benno; Prinz, Wolfgang

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Visual recalibration of auditory speech identification: a mcgurk aftereffect
pp. 592-597(6)
Authors: Bertelson, Paul; Vroomen, Jean; de Gelder, BĂ©atrice

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Object attention revisited: identifying mechanisms and boundary conditions
pp. 598-604(7)
Authors: Han, Songmei; Anne Dosher, Barbara; Lu, Zhong-Lin

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Dissociations among attention, perception, and awareness during object-substitution masking
pp. 605-611(7)
Authors: Woodman, Geoffrey F.; Luck, Steven J.

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Now you feel it, now you don't: frontal brain electrical asymmetry and individual differences in emotion regulation
pp. 612-617(6)
Authors: Jackson, Daren C.; Mueller, Corrina J.; Dolski, Isa; Dalton, Kim M.; Nitschke, Jack B.; Urry, Heather L.; Rosenkranz, Melissa A.; Ryff, Carol D.; Singer, Burton H.; Davidson, Richard J.

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Holistic processing of faces in preschool children and adults
pp. 618-622(5)
Authors: Pellicano, Elizabeth; Rhodes, Gillian

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Socioeconomic status modifies heritability of iq in young children
pp. 623-628(6)
Authors: Turkheimer, Eric; Haley, Andreana; Waldron, Mary; D'Onofrio, Brian; Gottesman, Irving I.

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Developments in long-term explicit memory late in the first year of life: behavioral and electrophysiological indices
pp. 629-635(7)
Authors: Bauer, Patricia J.; Wiebe, Sandra A.; Carver, Leslie J.; Waters, Jennie M.; Nelson, Charles A.

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Relations between implicit measures of prejudice:what are we measuring?
pp. 636-639(4)
Authors: Olson, Michael A.; Fazio, Russell H.

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Facing prejudice: implicit prejudice and the perception of facial threat
pp. 640-643(4)
Authors: Hugenberg, Kurt; Bodenhausen, Galen V.

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Perceived gaze direction and the processing of facial displays of emotion
pp. 644-647(4)
Authors: Adams, Reginald B.; Kleck, Robert E.

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Eye movements reveal the on-line computation of lexical probabilities during reading
pp. 648-652(5)
Authors: McDonald, Scott A.; Shillcock, Richard C.

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Books Received
pp. 653-653(1)

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Acknowledgment
pp. 654-654(1)

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Index to Volume 14, 2003
pp. 658-658(1)

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