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Current Directions in Psychological Science

Volume 11, Number 5 · October 2002

1. The Confidence of Eyewitnesses in Their Identifications From Lineups
Gary L. Wells, Elizabeth A. Olson, and Steve D. Charman
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2. Evolutionary Psychology of Facial Attractiveness
Bernhard Fink and Ian Penton-Voak
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3. Social Comparison: Why, With Whom, and With What Effect?
Jerry Suls, René Martin, and Ladd Wheeler
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4. Fuzzy-Trace Theory and False Memory
C.J. Brainerd and V.F. Reyna
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5. Sources of Bias in Memory for Emotions
Linda J. Levine and Martin A. Safer
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6. Enhancing the Cognitive Vitality of Older Adults
Arthur F. Kramer and Sherry L. Willis
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7. The Emerging Field of Adolescent Romantic Relationships
Wyndol Furman
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Math Anxiety: Personal, Educational, and Cognitive Consequences
Mark H. Ashcraft
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Alan Kazdin
Yale University

ISSN: 0963-7214

ISI Ranking:
2000: 19/105
(Psychology, General)
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