Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science

Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science is a magazine focusing on Canadian Behavioural Science

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 1, January

Adaption Des Enfants Anxieux-Isoles a la Garderie. Caracteristiques Comportementales et Affectives De la Relation Mere-Enfant
ResumeLa presente etude vise a cerner les liens entre, d'une part, les difficultes d'a daptation a la garderie chez l'enfant anxieux et isole socialement et, d'autre part, les caracteristiques comportementales et affectives de la relation mere - enfant....
Congruence between Self-Image and Occupational Stereotypes in Students Entering Gender-Dominated Occupations
AbstractThe purpose of the study was to assess gendered attributes in six occupational i mages and in the self - images of university students, and how the congruence of these attributes between self - and occupational images determines occupational...
Effet Du Canal De Communication Sur le Jugement D'emotions Ressenties et Simulees
ResumeCette etude examine l'effet de differents canaux de communication sur le jugemen t de la categorie et de l'authenticite de l'emotion. Quatre - vingts decodeurs sont expo ses a de courts extraits video, audio ou audiovideo a l'interieur desquels...
Evaluation Du Developpement De L'enfant Au Cours De la Premiere Annee: L'utilisation De Regroupement D'items Du Bayley
ResumeCette recherche compare la capacite de discrimination des scores globaux des ech elles mentale et motrice de Bayley, des cinq regroupements de Kohen - Raz et des sept de Yarrow, Rubenstein et Pedersen dans l'evaluation du developpement du nourrisson....
La Stabilite Du Statut Sociometrique Dans Deux Contextes Sociaux Differents
ResumeLa presente etude a pour but d'evaluer la stabilite des statuts sociometriques d'enfants d'age scolaire dans deux contextes sociaux differents et a deux epoque s differentes. La stabilite intercontexte et longitudinale des elements d'evaluat ion...
Predicting Attitude Stability
AbstractAlthough variables related to attitude change have been heavily studied, there h as been surprisingly little emphasis on variables related to attitude stability. In the present study we examined whether or not measures of attitude extremity,...
Sexual Robbery: The Missing Concept in the Search for an Appropriate Legal Metaphor for Sexual Aggression
AbstractBeginning in the late 1970s and continuing into the early years of the next deca de, feminists provided compelling evidence that under the existing rape laws a woman's sexuali ty was treated as "property" belonging to a man. They emphasized...
Sociopolitical Values and Integrative Complexity of Members of Student Political Groups
AbstractMembers of University affiliates of the four major B.C. parties were assessed fo r responsibility ascription, authoritarianism, humanistic vs. normative polarity, value conflict between equality and freedom, and integrative complexity in writing...
The Construct Validity of Differential Response Latencies in Structured Personality Tests
AbstractThis research demonstrates that differential latencies for responding to persona lity test items contain interpretable information. In particular, we show that differential res ponse latencies are a meaningful indicator of the presence of a...
Types of Social Support: Relation to Stress and Academic Achievement among Prospective Teachers
AbstractThe relationship between social support, anxiety and academic achievement was ex amined among three groups differing along demographic variables of age, sex and marital statu s. 81 students from Bahrain University (the Arabian Gulf) preparing...