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Achille, M.A., & Ogloff, J.R.P. When Is A Request for Assisted Suicide Legitimate? Factors Influencing Public Attitudes Toward Euthanasia 19

Aquan-Assee, J. See Howe, N. 92

Ardo, K. See Pusch, D. 253

Armstrong, V.H. See Sears, H.A. 225

Barth, F.M. See Freeman W.S. 239

Bassili, J.N., & Bors, D.A. Using Response Latency to Increase Lead Time in Election Forecasting 231

Beland, A. Voir Pelletier, L.G. 145

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Button, C.M. See Grant, M.J. 83

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Clark, D.A. Canadian Perspectives on Research in Depression 207

Coleman, D.F., & Irving, P.G. The Influence of Source Credibility Attributions on Expectancy Theory Predictions of Organizational Choice 122

Crocker, A.D. & Hakim-Larson, J. Predictors of Pre-adolescent Depression and Suicidal Ideation 76

Dobson, K.S. See Pusch, D. 253

Ediger, E. See Hewitt, P.L. 234

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Flett, G.L., Hewitt, P.L., Garshowitz, M., & Martin, T.R. Personality, Negative Social Interactions, and Depressive Symptoms 28

Flynn, C.A. See Hewitt, P.L 234

Freeman W.S., Johnston, C., & Barth, F.M. Parent Attributions for Inattentive-Overactive, Oppositional-Defiant, and Prosocial Behaviours in Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder 239

Garshowitz, M. See Flett, G.L. 28

Gemar, M. See Rector, N.A. 213

Gifford, R., & Hine, D.W. Toward Cooperation in Commons Dilemmas 167

Gifford, R., & Hine, D.W. "I'm Cooperative, But You're Greedy": Some Cognitive Tendencies in a Commons Dilemma 257

Gifford, R. See Hine, D.W. 180

Gire, J.T. The Varying Effect of Individualism-Collectivism on Preference for Methods of Conflict Resolution 38

Grant, M.J., Button, C.M., Ross, A.S., & Hannah, T.E. Accuracy of Attitude Strereotypes: The Case of Inferences Based on Gender 83

Green-Demers, I., Pelletier, L.G., & Menard, S. The Impact of Behavioural Difficulty on the Saliency of the Association Between Self-Determined Motivation and Environmental Behaviours 157

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Hakim-Larson, J. See Crocker, A.D. 76

Hannah, T.E. See Grant, M.J. 83

Hennig, K.H. See Walker, L.J. 63

Hewitt, P.L, Flett, G.L., Ediger, E., Norton, G.R., & Flynn, C.A. Perfectionism in Chronic and State Symptoms of Depression 234

Hewitt, P.L. See Flett, G.L. 28

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Hine, D.W. See Gifford, R. 167

Hine, D.W., & Gifford, R. What Harvesters Really Think About in Commons Dilemma Simulations: A Grounded Theory Analysis 180

Hine, D.W. See Gifford, R. 257

Holden, R.R. See Johns, D. 266

Howe, N., Bukowski, W.M., & Aquan-Assee, J. The Dynamics of Reciprocal Sibling Interaction: Are Context and Maternal Behaviour Important? 92

Irving, P.G. See Coleman, D.F. 122

Irving, P.G., & Meyer, J.P. A Multidimensional Scaling Analysis of Managerial Third-Party Conflict Intervention Strategies 7

Johns, D., & Holden, R.R. Differentiating Suicidal Motivations and Manifestations in a Nonclinical Population 266

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Kingstone, J.C., & Endler, N.S. Supportive vs. Defensive Communications in Depression: An Assessment of Coyne's Interactional Model 44

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