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Submissions from 2003

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Classifying Mother-Toddler Attachment Relationships in the Interesting-but-scary Paradigm: Scoring System for Interactive Behaviour, Lindsey Forbes, Sandi Bento, and Carey Anne DeOliveira

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Twice Dead: Organ Transplants and the Reinvention of Death, Margaret Lock, Robert Gordon and Vivian C. McAlister

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A Role of the Basal Ganglia in Movement: The Effect of Precues on Discrete Bi-directional Movements in Parkinson's Disease, Andrew M. Johnson, Philip A. Vernon, Quincy J. Almeida, Linda L. Grantier, and Mandar S. Jog

Submissions from 2002

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Personality Perceptions of Medical School Applicants, R. Blake Jelley, Michael A. Parkes, and Mitchell G. Rothstein

Submissions from 2001

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Age and Neuropsychological Status Following Exposure to Violent Nonimpact Acceleration Forces in MVAs, James E. Sweeney and Andrew M. Johnson

Submissions from 2000

Des représentations maternelles jusqu’à la première relation par l’entremise de la sensibilité maternelle: Une révision du modèle développemental, Greg Moran and David Pederson

Attachement et développement: Le rôle des premières relations dans le développement humain, George Tarabulsy, Simon Larose, David Pederson, and Greg Moran

Introduction: Comprendre le rôle des relations d’attachement parent-enfant dans le développement humain, George Tarabulsy, Simon Larose, David Pederson, and Greg Moran

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The Similarity of Siblings' Attachments to Their Mother, Marinus H. van IJzendoorn, Greg Moran, Jay Belsky, David Pederson, Marian J. Bakermans-Kranenburg, and Kirstie Kneppers

Submissions from 1999

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Ainsworth Revisited: An Empirical Analysis of Interactive Behavior in the Home, Heidi Neufeld Bailey, Carey Anne Waters, David R. Pederson, and Greg Moran

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From Maternal Representations to the First Relationship by way of Maternal Sensitivity: A Reconceptualization of the Developmental Model, Greg Moran and David Pederson

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The Relationship Imperative: Arguments for a Broad Definition of Attachment, David Pederson and Greg Moran

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Maternal Behaviour Q-sort, David R. Pederson, Greg Moran, and Sandi Bento

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Individual Differences in Multiple Dimensions of Aggression: A Univariate and Multivariate Genetic Analysis, Philip A. Vernon, Julie M. McCarthy, Andrew M. Johnson, Kerry L. Jang, and Julie Aitken Harris

Submissions from 1998

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Nature vs. Nurture: Are Leaders Born or Made? A Behavior Genetic Investigation of Leadership Style, Andrew M. Johnson, Philip A. Vernon, Julie M. McCarthy, Mindy Molson, Julie Aitken Harris, and Kerry L. Jang

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Proneness to Distress and Ambivalent Relationships, Greg Moran and David R. Pederson

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Maternal Attachment Representations, Maternal Sensitivity, and the Infant-mother Attachment Relationship, David R. Pederson, Karin E. Gleason, Greg Moran, and Sandi Bento

Submissions from 1997

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Similarities and Differences in Mothers’ and Observers’ Descriptions of Attachment Behaviours, George M. Tarabulsy, Effie Avgoustis, Jennifer Phillips, David R. Pederson, and Greg Moran

Submissions from 1996

Balancing Objectives: Setting Tuition Fees for International Students, Gregory A. Moran

The Role of Attachment Theory in the Study of Early Mother-infant Interaction: Targeted Description and Meaningful Interpretation, Greg Moran, David Pederson, and George M. Tarabulsy

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Expressions of the Attachment Relationship Outside of the Strange Situation, David R. Pederson and Greg Moran

Submissions from 1995

A Categorical Description of Infant-mother Relationships in the Home and its Relation to Q-sort Measures of Infant-mother Interaction, David Pederson and Greg Moran

Appendix B. Maternal Behaviour Q-set, David Pederson and Greg Moran

Submissions from 1994

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Responsiveness and Dependency Are Different Aspects of Social Contingencies: An Example from Mother and Infant Smiles, Douglas Symons and Greg Moran

Submissions from 1992

Approaches to Sequential Analysis and the Description of Contingency in Behavioral Interaction, G. Moran, J. E. Dumas, and D. K. Symons