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Items where Division is "Psychology" and Year is 1999

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Bouchard, Anne-Isabelle (1999) Compréhension des liens entre le regard et les états mentaux de désir et de connaissance chez les jeunes enfants. Masters thesis, Concordia University.


Cameli, Luisa (1999) Age-related differences in semantic priming : evidence from event-related brain potentials. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

Cooperman, Jessica M (1999) From childhood to parenthood : continuity of risk over time and contextual factors perpetuating the inter-generational transfer of risk. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Del Vecchio, Anne-Sophie (1999) Effects of selective neurotensin receptor antagonists on responding for brain stimulation reward. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

Di Fazio, Roberto (1999) People's perception of others' experienced emotions as a function of the others' status. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Frank, Ilana (1999) The use of word-learning principles in young monolingual and bilingual children. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Karavasilis, Leigh (1999) Associations between parenting style and quality of attachment to mother in middle childhood and adolescence. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

Kwas, Michelle Charlene (1999) Storage of and recovery from the motion aftereffect : evidence for a dual process involving fatigue and recalibration. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Legault, Mark A (1999) Nucleus accumbens dopamine and investigatory behavior : modulation by the ventral subiculum of the hippocampus through the dopamine cell bodies of the ventral tegmental area. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Mueller, Devin (1999) Cocaine conditioned place preference : expression, endurance, extinction, and drug-induced reinstatement. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

Munn, Elizabeth M (1999) Effects of blockade of muscarinic receptors in the ventral tegmental area : attenuation of cocaine reward, but enhancement of locomotor activity and dopamine overflow in the nucleus accumbens. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Paré, Louise (1999) The role of self-efficacy in the recovery process among multiple substance abusers in aftercare. PhD thesis, Concordia University.

Peters, Patricia L (1999) Assortative mating among men and women with histories of aggressive, withdrawn, and aggressive-withdrawn behaviour. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Roth, Robert M (1999) Executive functions in obsessive-compulsive disorder : a neuropsychological and event-related potential investigation. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Saltaris, Christina (1999) The influence of intellectual stimulation on the cognitive functioning of high-risk preschoolers : implications for the transmission of risk across generations. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

Sauvé, Danielle (1999) Neuroanatomical specificity of prolactin-induced hyperphagia and expression of fos-like immunoreactivity following central administration of prolactin. PhD thesis, Concordia University.

Sita, F. Aurelio (1999) Cognitive functioning, cardiovascular activity, and state affect in men with and without a parental history of hypertension. PhD thesis, Concordia University.

Sonnenschein, Bonnie H (1999) Temporal integration in the neural substrate for brain stimulation reward : duration neglect and the peak-and-end model. Masters thesis, Concordia University.


Taube-Schiff, Marlene (1999) Opioid induction of Fos in the female rat brain : modulation by ovarian hormones. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

Tilden, Joanne (1999) Toddlers' reasoning about the origins of human actions, emotions, and knowledge. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Voss, Kirsten (1999) Understanding adolescent antisocial behaviour from attachment theory and coercion theory perspectives. PhD thesis, Concordia University.


Zieren, Connie W (1999) The cognitive functioning of dementia patients : an examination of the hierarchic dementia scale, and the impact of cognitive functioning on caregiver burden and desire to institutionalize. Masters thesis, Concordia University.

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