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Current Directions in Psychological Science

Current Directions in Psychological Science: Volume 23, Number 2

Current Directions in Psychological Science, a journal of the Association for Psychological Science publishes reviews by leading experts covering all of scientific psychology and its applications.

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Cooperative Tax Compliance: From Deterrence to Deference
Erich Kirchler, Christoph Kogler, and Stephan Muehlbacher

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Sources of Ostracism: The Nature and Consequences of Excluding and Ignoring Others
Lisa Zadro and Karen Gonsalkorale

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The Nature and Power of Interests
James Rounds and Rong Su

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The Psychology of Eating Animals
Steve Loughnan, Brock Bastian, and Nick Haslam

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The Social Brain: Psychological Underpinnings and Implications for the Structure of Organizations
R. I. M. Dunbar

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The Co-Evolution of Concepts and Motivation
Andrew W. Delton and Aaron Sell

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Why Is Infant Language Learning Facilitated by Parental Responsiveness?
Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda, Yana Kuchirko, and Lulu Song

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Structural Stigma and the Health of Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Populations
Mark L. Hatzenbuehler

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Why Is Avoidance Motivation Problematic, and What Can Be Done About It?
Marieke Roskes, Andrew J. Elliot, and Carsten K. W. De Dreu

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Statistical Analyses of Single-Case Designs: The Shape of Things to Come
William R. Shadish

*Come listen to William R. Shadish speak as part of the “Using Generalized Additive Models to Assess Nonlinearities in Longitudinal Data” symposium at the 26th APS Annual Convention in San Francisco, CA, USA

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Attentional Mechanisms of Distractor Suppression
Joy J. Geng

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