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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 14, Number 1, 2 January 2015

Intrapersonal Resilience Moderates the Association Between Exposure-Severity and PTSD Symptoms Among Civilians Exposed to the 2014 Israel–Gaza Conflict
pp. 1-15(15)
Authors: Besser, Avi; Zeigler-Hill, Virgil; Weinberg, Michael; Pincus, Aaron L.; Neria, Yuval

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Threatened State Self-Esteem Reduces Forgiveness
pp. 16-32(17)
Authors: Strelan, Peter; Zdaniuk, Agnes

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Presenting a Self-Compassionate Image After an Interpersonal Transgression
pp. 33-50(18)
Authors: Allen, Ashley Batts; Barton, Jennifer; Stevenson, Olivia

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Rational Versus Experiential Processing of Negative Feedback Reduces Defensiveness but Induces Ego Depletion
pp. 75-89(15)
Authors: Schmeichel, Brandon J.; Caskey, Ryan; Hicks, Joshua A.

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Who Am I? How Asking the Question Changes the Answer
pp. 90-103(14)
Authors: Guerrettaz, Jean; Arkin, Robert M.

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Individual Differences in Self-Compassion: The Role of Attachment and Experiences of Parenting in Childhood
pp. 104-117(14)
Authors: Pepping, Christopher A.; Davis, Penelope J.; O'Donovan, Analise; Pal, Jessica

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How Will I Love You? Self-Esteem Instability Moderates the Association Between Self-Esteem Level and Romantic Love Styles
pp. 118-134(17)
Authors: Zeigler-Hill, Virgil; Britton, Maggie; Holden, Christopher J.; Besser, Avi

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