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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 15, Number 2, 3 March 2016

Editorial
pp. 117-119(3)
Author: Gabriel, Shira

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Fluid compensation following threats to self-concept clarity
pp. 152-172(21)
Authors: Boucher, Helen C.; Bloch, Thomas; Pelletier, Addie

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Why Self-enhancement Provokes Dislike: The Hubris Hypothesis and the Aversiveness of Explicit Self-superiority Claims
pp. 173-190(18)
Authors: Van Damme, Carolien; Hoorens, Vera; Sedikides, Constantine

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Self-concept clarity’s role in meaning in life among American college students: A latent growth approach
pp. 206-223(18)
Authors: Shin, Joo Yeon; Steger, Michael F.; Henry, Kimberly L.

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