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XXIX

scientific program

XXIX
International Congress
of Psychology

20 25 July 2008
International Congress Centrum
ICC Berlin Germany

www.icp2008.org

FINAL PROGRAM
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table of contents

Welcome Addresses  4

Organization  7

Acknowledgements  10

Scientific Information  12

Scientific Program Overview  17

Program per Day


Monday, 21 July 2008  23
Tuesday, 22 July 2008  99
Wednesday, 23 July 2008  182
Thursday, 24 July 2008  264
Friday, 25 July 2008  347

Controversial Debates  400

Young Scientists Program  402

ARTS Advanced Research Training Seminars  404

Pre-Congress Workshops  404

BDP Workshops  406

Psychology in Berlin and Potsdam  409

Administrative Meetings  410

Congress Information  412

Social and Supporting Program  416

Index of Authors  420

Overview Plan of ICC Berlin  470

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WELCOME ADDRESS

Welcome Address from the Congress President of the


XXIX International Congress of Psychology

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

It is both my privilege and my pleasure to invite you to the XXIX Interna-


tional Congress of Psychology 2008 (ICP2008). ICP2008 will be hosted
by the German Federation of Psychologists' Associations, under the aus-
pices of the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS), and
will take place in the exciting city of Berlin.

Because the major purpose of the congress is to present an outstanding


scientific program, the Scientific Committee of ICP2008, along with the
IUPsyS national member societies, has selected world renowned scien-
tists from all fields of psychology and from many different countries as
invited speakers and symposia conveners. I am very pleased to say that
by far most of the scientists we contacted were eager to come to Berlin.

ICP2008 offers a truly exquisite scientific program that will include more
than 75 invited addresses with speakers from 44 countries and more
than 160 invited symposia with conveners from over 60 countries. In ad-
dition to symposia, thematic oral sessions, and interactive poster sessions,
we introduce a new format in Berlin that we hope will stimulate discus-
sion during the meeting. Controversial debates will focus on topics that are
both inherently important and interesting to all of us as psychologists.
The debates will take place at prominent time slots and will be modera-
ted by some of the best psychological scientists in the world.

Berlin is ideally suited to provide an atmosphere of true international


spirit as the city has learned to deal successfully with the diversities of
systems and the coexistence of different cultures. Today, the German
capital is a modern, lively, vibrant, fascinating city in the center of Europe
with historic, cultural, scientific, and modern achievements, a city you
will enjoy to visit. The scientific Berlin comprises 17 universities and col-
leges and 70 non-university research institutes where more than 40,000
scientists and 140,000 students work and study.

The XXIX International Congress of Psychology will be an event that co-


vers the whole of psychology in an exciting social environment, that ex-
tends our knowledge, improves on our practice, and widens our friend-
ship networks. This will be the main psychological meeting in the year
2008. We do hope that you will make it a priority to attend.

Come and enjoy!

Professor Peter A. Frensch


Congress President, ICP2008

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Welcome aDDress

Welcome address from the president of the international union of


psychological science (iupsys)

Dear Colleagues,

The International Congress of Psychology comes only once in a quadren-


nium. Thus, it presents a very special opportunity for face-to-face ex-
changes of information on the state of psychology, basic and applied. It
is my delight to welcome you to the XXIX International Congress of Psy-
chology hosted by our German colleagues in the marvelous city of Berlin.
Our hosts have been working diligently for some years to make this
event a seminal one in our professional lives, and by all indicators they
have succeeded. Here you will have access to the best in contemporary
psychology from around the world. Your work presented here will reach
thousands of scholars from nearly a hundred countries. You will also
be able to participate in new Congress features such as Controversial
Debates.

When the International Union of Psychological Science accepted Ger-


manys offer to host our XXIX International Congress of Psychology, the
Union was cognizant that we would be coming back to the land of
Stumpf, Wundt, Hering, Weber, Fechner, Ebbinghaus, and other pioneers
in psychology. This rich tradition in psychological science has endured to
the present day. The Unions selection was made in hopes that such a
return to the roots of scientific psychology would afford us special op-
portunities for renewing ourselves and our discipline.

As President of the International Union of Psychological Science, I want


to take this opportunity to express the Unions deep and sincere thanks
to Congress President Professor Dr. Peter Frensch and his dedicated team
of colleagues who have worked so hard to bring this Congress to frui-
tion. Professor Frensch and his committee chairpersons have been mar-
velous leaders for the Congress, persisting through many challenges.
Without them and their many colleagues, there would be no Congress.
I hold high expectations for this Congress, and I invite you to join in the
Congress with gusto. Come, and both learn and teach. And, also enjoy
the rich cultural environment that Berlin offers to you. This is a special
event not to be missed.

Warmly,

Professor J. Bruce Overmier


President, IUPsyS

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welcome address

Welcome Address from the Chair of the German Federation of


Psychologists Associations 2008

Dear Colleagues,

The German Federation of Psychologists Associations feels honored to


host the XXIX International Congress of Psychology 2008 in Germany
(ICP 2008) under the auspices of the International Union of Psychological
Science (IUPsyS).

There has been a long tradition of psychological science in Germany for


more than 130 years as well as a short but impressive history of psycho-
logical practice after the Second World War.

To increase the international perspective again and to support the net-


working of scientists and professionals, the German Federation of Psy-
chologists Associations was founded by the Deutsche Gesellschaft fr
Psychologie (DGPs) and the Berufsverband Deutscher Psychologen (BDP)
in 1959.

More than 50.000 colleagues are representing science and the profes
sion in various fields. A subgroup of 27.000 colleagues is regulated by
law and works in the field of psychotherapy.

For the third time, the International Congress of Psychology takes place
in Germany. Many outstanding international researchers and teachers of
psychology were invited to exchange latest research findings and models
of teaching and practicing psychology with more than 8.000 participants
from more than 100 countries.

It is my pleasure to thank Bruce Overmier as President of the IUPsyS for


the advice and support the Union has given to the Congress Organizers.

I am grateful to the Congress President, Peter Frensch, and colleagues in


the committees for making the ICP 2008 such a big success and an at-
tractive meeting point for the community of psychology in 2008.

Welcome! Bienvenue! Willkommen!

Carola Brcher-Albers
Chair, German Federation of Psychologists Association

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ORGANIZATION

ORGANIZERS Scientific Committee


German Federation of Psychologists' Associa- Chair: Arthur M. Jacobs
tions, under the auspices of the International Jens B. Asendorpf
Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS) Jrgen Baumert
Niels Birbaumer
The German Federation of Psychologists' Anke Ehlers
Associations are: Michael Eid
Michael Frese
German Psychological Society (DGPs Deut- Joachim Funke
sche Gesellschaft fr Psychologie) Gerd Gigerenzer
Peter M. Gollwitzer
Association of German Professional Psycho Kurt Hahlweg
logists (BDP Berufsverband deutscher Psycho- Christoph Klauer
loginnen und Psychologen) Rainer H. Kluwe
Ulman Lindenberger
President Gerd Ler
Peter A. Frensch Stefan Petri
Frank Rsler
Vice-President Wolfgang Schneider
Carola Brcher-Albers Lael Schooler
Sabine Sonnentag
Executive Committee Ursula M. Staudinger
Chair: Peter A. Frensch Elsbeth Stern
Carola Brcher-Albers Hannelore Weber
Marcus Hasselhorn Hans Westmeyer
Arthur M. Jacobs Ex Officio: Peter A. Frensch, President
Heinz-Jrgen Rothe
Ralf Schwarzer International Advisory Committee
Rainer K. Silbereisen Chair: Rainer K. Silbereisen
IUPsyS Liaison: Michel Denis Conny H. Antoni
Secretary General: Barbara Schauenburg Merry Bullock
Avshalom Caspi
Organizing Committee Erik De Corte
Chair: Heinz-Jrgen Rothe Nancy Eisenberg
Robert Gaschler Rocio Fernandez-Ballesteros
Matthias Jerusalem James D. Georgas
Helmut Jungermann Esther R. Greenglass
Ulf Kieschke Buxin Han
Dietrich Manzey Jutta Heckhausen
Michael Niedeggen Michael Knowles
Peter Walschburger Howard Leventhal
Hartmut Wandke Gerold Mikula
Jochen Ziegelmann Walter Mischel
Ex Officio: Peter A. Frensch, President Elizabeth Nair
Lars-Gran Nilsson
Arne hman
Meinrad Perrez
Jos M. Prieto
Marc Richelle
Sir Michael Rutter
Juan Jose Sanchez-Sosa
Christiane Spiel
Ingrid Schoon
Wolfgang Stroebe
Richard E. Tremblay
Endel Tulving
Alexander von Eye
Kan Zhang

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ORGANIZATION

Honorary Committee Cooperating Association


Chair: Paul B. Baltes German Society for Psychiatry, Psychotherapy
Albert Bandura and Nervous Diseases (DGPPN Deutsche Ge-
Gian Vittorio Caprara sellschaft fr Psychiatrie, Psychotherapie und
Fergus I. M. Craik Nervenheilkunde)
Raymond Fowler
Carl-Friedrich Graumann ICP2008 Office
Lothar J. Hellfritsch Barbara Schauenburg
Mavis Hetherington Department of Psychology
Qicheng Jing Humboldt-Universitt Berlin
Daniel Kahneman Wolfgang Khler-Haus
Walter Kintsch Rudower Chaussee 18
Jacques Lautrey 12489 Berlin, Germany
David Magnusson Phone: +49302093 9392
Kurt Pawlik Fax: +49302093 4820
Lea Pulkkinen Email: info@icp2008.org
Gavriel Salomon Web: www.icp2008.org
Wolfgang Schnpflug
Martin E. P. Seligman Congress and Exhibition Office
Charles D. Spielberger
Robert J. Sternberg
Jan Strelau
Richard F. Thompson CPO HANSER SERVICE GmbH
Tuomo Tikkanen Paulsborner Strasse 44
Bernhard Wilpert 14193 Berlin, Germany
Gry dYdewalle Phone: +4930300 669 0
Robert Zajonc Fax: +4930305 73 91
Houcan Zhang Email: cpo@icp2008.org
Web: www.cpo-hanser.de

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port of the following companies and associa- Hogrefe-Verlag GmbH & Co. KG CL
tions. Interactive Minds Dresden GmbH SF
International Association for Applied
Psychology (IAAP) / International
Sponsors Congress of Psychology 2010 (ICAP) CL
Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) International Congress
HASOMED GmbH of Psychology 2012 CL
Hogrefe-Verlag GmbH & Co. KG Kohlhammer GmbH SF
Jacobs Foundation Lehmanns Fachbuchhandlung GmbH SF
Mangold International GmbH Mangold International GmbH CL
Psychology Press neuro Conn GmbH CL
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Verlagsgruppe Beltz Oxford University Press CL
Julius Beltz GmbH & Co. KG Pabst Science Publishers CL
PAPILIO, beta Institut
Performance Augsburger Puppenkiste,
EXHIBITORS Booth Tuesday, 22 July 2008 ML
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American Psychological Association (APA) BL Pearson UK SF
Association For Psychological Science (APS) BL Psychology in Berlin and Potsdam CL
Beltz Psychologie Verlags Union CL Psychology Press SF
Berlin Foil GmbH CL Pulse SF
Berufsverband Deutscher Psycho- Qbtech AB CL
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BIOBSERVE GmbH BL SAGE Publications CL
Cambridge University Press CL SCHUHFRIED GmbH SF
Consiglio Nazionale DellOrdine SensoMotoric Instruments GmbH BL
Degli Psicologi BL Smart Eye BL
Deutsche Gesellschaft fr Spektrum Akademischer Verlag,
Psychologie (DGPs) CL Heidelberg SF
Deutscher Psychologen Verlag GmbH, Spektrum der Wissenschaft
Deutsche Psychologen Akademie GmbH, Verlagsgesellschaft mbH BL
Wirtschaftsdienst GmbH des BDP CL Springer Medizin Verlag GmbH SF
DGPPN 2008 Kongress der Deutschen SR Research Ltd. BL
Gesellschaft fr Psychiatrie, Psycho- TEA SEEING MACHINES BL
therapie und Nervenheilkunde SF The MIT Press CL
EAWOP 2009 European Congress of Tobii Technology GmbH CL
Work and Organizational Psychology BL VERBI Software CL
Electrical Geodesics, Inc. CL VS Verlag fr Sozialwissenschaften SF
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(as per 20 June 2008)

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Performance of puppet play
Paula and the Chest Kobolds (Paula und die Kistenkobolde)
performed by the renowned puppet theater Augsburger Puppenkiste (in German language)

Tuesday, 22 July 2008


10.0010.45h 11.1512.00h 14.4515.30h
Main Lobby ICC Berlin

Introduced by Prof. Dr. Herbert Scheithauer, Freie Universitt Berlin,


and Heidrun Mayer, beta Institut Augsburg

The puppet play is part of the prevention program Papilio (www.papilio.de). Papilio is a devel
opmentally focused program for preventing early-onset behavioural disorders and enhancing
social-emotional competence in preschoolers. Paula and the four kobolds, each representing
one of the basic emotions (sadness, anger, fear, and happiness), help preschool children to
identify and express different emotions as well as emotional control to foster their emotional
competences. The play is performed by the puppet theater Augsburger Puppenkiste.
www.puppenkiste.com

Based on empirical evidence the play is a good example for the implementation of knowledge
from Applied Developmental Psychology to the field. Papilio has been developed and evaluated
by beta Institut Augsburg and Freie Universitt Berlin.
scientific information

Introduction The content of the lecture is not confined to


The scientific program of ICP2008 contains the field of human development as may be de-
more than 9.000 contributions. There will be duced by the name of Paul B. Baltes; rather, it
many parallel sessions and the schedule is quite is the explicit goal to select an exceptionally
ambitious. To help you design your personal prominent scholar in any area of psychology. In
schedule for ICP2008, we give you a short over 2008, the Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture is presented as
view of the different presentation formats. a specially featured event at the XXIX Interna
The general time schedule of ICP2008 will be tional Congress of Psychology.
the same for all days. There are 15 minute-
breaks between the larger time slots. The 2008 Paul-B.-Baltes
Lecture is presented by
Formats Prof. Michael I. Posner,
Awards University of Oregon. His
n Mattei Dogan Prize lecture is entitled Exe-
The Mattei Dogan Foundation Prize in Psycho- cutive attention: Its ori-
logical Science was established in 2006 by the gins, development, and
International Union of Psychological Science functions.
(IUPsyS) under the generous auspices of the Michael I. Posner
Mattei Dogan Foundation. The Prize is awarded You are cordially invited to attend this unique
in recognition of a contribution that represents event on Tuesday, 22 July, 10.1511.15h,
a major advancement in psychology by a scho- hall 3.
lar or a team of scholars of high international
reputation. The Prize is awarded for the first Invited Contributions
time on the occasion of the XXIX International The selection procedure for invited contribu-
Congress of Psychology, Berlin, July 2008. tions was based on nominations by all IUPsyS
national members. From this list of nominees
The IUPsyS is proud to announce that the the Scientific Committee of ICP2008 selected
Mattei Dogan Prize is awarded this year to Pro- approximately 100 colleagues for Invited Ad
fessor Michael I. Posner, from the University of dresses and approximately 200 colleagues as
Oregon. Professor Posner's work connecting chairs of Invited Symposia.
psychological science to neuroscience and the
study of the human brain marked a significant Invited Address
breakthrough in the study of attention, con- An Invited Address is a lecture scheduled for 60
sciousness, memory, and information proces- minutes. The speakers will focus on either an
sing. His research has combined behavioural overview of their area of expertise or latest de-
experimental paradigms and their brain, gene- velopments in their field. All Invited Addresses
tic, and developmental foundations to make will have a chair to introduce the speaker and
major empirical, methodological, and theoreti- moderate a short discussion or select questions
cal contributions to the field of psychology. from the audience. The daily time slots for In
vited Addresses are 10.1511.15h, 13.45
n Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture 14.45h and 15.0016.30h.
The annual Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture is a major
event in German psychology. The speaker of The president of the International Union of
the Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture is selected by all five Psychological Science, J. Bruce Overmier, will
psychology departments in Berlin and Potsdam give his Presidential Address on Monday,
(Freie Universitt, Humboldt-Universitt, Techni 21 July, 10.1511.15h in hall 3.
sche Universitt, Universitt Potsdam, and Max-
Planck-Institute for Human Development), and
honors the late Paul B. Baltes, director at the
Max-Planck-Institute for Human Development
in Berlin, a pioneer and worldwide leader in
lifespan psychology and research on human
aging.

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scientific information

Invited Symposium Poster and Rapid Communication Poster


Colleagues who have been invited to chair a There will be two poster sessions per day. All
symposium were asked to gather a group of posters will be exhibited in hall 2 of the ICC
speakers and discussants for a lively exchange Berlin. The morning poster session starts at
on the state of research and future challenges 09.00h and ends at 12.00h. The afternoon
in a specific field. An Invited Symposium lasts poster session is scheduled from 14.00h to
120 minutes. The daily time slots for Invited 17.00h. There will be no afternoon session on
Symposia are 08.0010.00h, 11.3013.30h Friday, 25 July. Posters exhibited simultaneously
and 16.4518.45h. are grouped into thematic sessions based on
the ICP 2008 topic list.
In addition to regular Invited Symposia the In-
ternational Union of Psychological Science pro- Pre-Congress Workshop
vided for 12 IUPsyS Invited Symposia. They On Sunday, 20 July, 13.0017.00h, pre-con-
also last 120 minutes and will be held in the gress workshops will be held at the congress
time slots 08.0010.00h, 11.3013.30h and venue. These workshops cover a wide range of
16.4518.45h. topics.
The pre-congress workshops are not included
Controversial Debate in the registration fee. A separate registration is
Controversial Debates are a new presentation necessary. Registrations for pre-congress work-
format that we introduce in Berlin, and that we shops will be accepted on a first-come, first-
hope will stimulate discussion during the con- served basis. The maximum number of partici-
gress. Controversial Debates will focus on to- pants for pre-congress workshops is limited.
pics that are both inherently important and in- However, some pre-congress workshops are still
teresting to all psychologists. For more details available. Please check at the congress counter
on the five debates selected for ICP2008 please for further information.
see pages 400 and 401. For more details see page 404.

Submitted Contribution BDP Workshops for Professionals


Participants were invited to submit abstracts (in German Language)
for the following presentation formats. All sub- In order to provide an opportunity for profes
mitted abstracts were reviewed by the Scienti- sionals whose working language is German,
fic Committee. the Association of German Professional Psy-
chologists (BDP) offers a special workshop pro-
Symposium gram on Monday, 21 July, 16.00h. The topics
Submitted symposia have a minimum of six range from clinical over school psychology to
participants and were submitted by the respec- psychotherapy. The organizers have applied for
tive chair(s). The chairs were asked to invite the accreditation of credit points through the
participants from more than one country if Chambers of Psychotherapists.
possible. The daily time slots for symposia are
08.0010.00h, 11.3013.30h, and 16.45 The BDP workshop program is not included in
18.45h. the registration fee. A separate registration is
necessary. Registrations for the workshops will
Oral Presentation be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Participants could also submit individual oral The maximum number of participants for the
contributions. The submitted abstracts for oral BDP workshop program is limited. However,
presentations were reviewed by the Scientific some workshops are still available. Please check
Committee and than grouped into thematic at the congress counter for further informa
sessions. One or two of the respective partici- tion.
pants were selected to chair the session. The For more details see page 406.
number of individual oral contributions within
these paper sessions varies depending on the
time slot for presentation. Paper sessions are
scheduled for all daily time slots.

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scientific information

science foundations how one can profit from the programs as a


Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft scientific host in Germany. A first impression of
Monday, 21 July 2008 the programs is available on the internet:
11.3012.30 h, Hall 2.1 www.humboldt-foundation.de/de/
Research Funding in Psychology: How the Deut programme/programmueberblick.htm.
sche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) promotes The help desk will answer questions in advance:
young researchers and internationality. info@avh.de.
The Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German
Research Foundation) is the central, self-gover- After the presentation all attendees and all
ning research funding organisation that pro- Humboldtiands staying at the ICP2008 are in
motes research at universities and other public- vited for further discussions and some drinks
ly financed research institutions in Germany. during an informal cocktail reception.
In 2007 DFG has spent more than 25 Million
Euros for research in psychology. EFPSA Round Table Discussion
(for both students and professionals)
The short presentation (in German) will give an EFPSA: Who are we and what do we offer
overview of DFGs funding schemes with a spe- to both students and professional organi-
cific focus on programs for young researchers zations?
and international collaboration. It will also touch Wednesday, 23 July 2008
on DFGs decision making procedures and 13.4514.45 h, Salon 20
bodies. Additional time should be reserved for The European Federation of Psychology Students
a questions and answers session. Members of Associations (EFPSA http://www.efpsa.org)
the Review Board in psychology will be present wishes to invite both students and profession
to comment on preparation of applications for als to our round table discussion. We propose
funding and review criteria. to start with a short introduction of EFPSA and
then continue to talk about what we offer, or
Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation what we could offer in future, to both students
Monday, 21 July 2008 and professionals, and their organizations.
12.3013.30 h, Hall 2.1
The Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation pro- During the round table discussion we would
motes academic cooperation between excel- like to take a further look at possibilities for a
lent scientists and scholars from abroad and in closer cooperation and discuss other topics
Germany. Every year, the Foundation sponsors that are of interest to the participants. Many
approximately 1.800 long-term research stays EFPSA members are working on closer coope-
in Germany and abroad. To this end, it grants ration with their professional counterparts. For
up to 800 fellowships and more than 100 students it is a good way to get in contact with
awards annually and sponsors further research professionals and gain a closer insight into the
stays by its alumni. Research fellowships and profession, as well as a good opportunity to
research awards offer sponsorship tailored to represent their colleagues. The professional or-
individual needs and career situations. The ganization can gain insight into the opinions
Humboldt network embraces approximately of students, who are the future psychologists,
23.000 scientists and scholars from all discip and they can cooperate with students on or
lines in more than 30 countries, including 40 ganizing events, while benefiting from the
Nobel Prize Winners. fresh ideas and enthusiasm of student groups.
Both can learn from each other and working
In this short presentation, an overview of the together can improve the stability of both.
Foundations programs addressing to post-
docs, established scientists and internationally With this round table we aim to share expe-
recognised cutting-edge researchers will be pro riences, look at possible difficulties, and we are
vided. There will be the opportunity to discuss looking forward to hearing some fresh ideas.

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scientific information

Important Information for Speakers How to read the congress program


Speakers Center The ICP2008 congress program contains the
The speakers center is located at the end of the IUPsyS Presidential Address, the Paul-B.-Baltes
entrance hall of the ICC Berlin. Speakers are Lecture, IUPsyS Invited Symposia, Invited Addres
asked to hand in their CD-ROM or USB stick, ses, Invited Symposia, Symposia, Paper Sessions,
containing the presentation (IBM format or Controversial Debates, Workshops and Poster
compatible, no multisession) preferably one Sessions.
day before their presentation but at the latest The congress program is structured by day,
3 hours prior to the presentation. time and format. Following the daily program,
The presentation will be transferred to the cen- the posters are listed in detail. The different
tral congress server and will be available after- formats are highlighted in different colors.
wards on a special congress notebook in the
hall of the presentation. Due to time and tech- Formats Color Legend
nical reasons we kindly ask the speakers not to
IUPsyS Presidential Address
use their own notebook.
Videos (VHS or DVD) need to be handed in at Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture
the speakers center preferably one day before
the presentation but at the latest 3 hours prior IUPsyS Invited Symposia
to the presentation.
In the speakers center there are several PC Invited Addresses
working stations where speakers can also work
Invited Symposia
on their PC charts in a quiet area. Technical
staff will be glad to assist. Symposia

Opening hours Paper Sessions


Sun, 20 July 2008 10.0018.00h
Mon, 21 July 2008 07.3018.00h Controversial Debates
Tue, 22 July 2008 07.3018.00h
Wed, 23 July 2008 07.3018.00h Workshops
Thu, 24 July 2008 07.3018.00h Poster Sessions
Fri, 25 July 2008 07.3016.00h
Young Scientists Program
Poster Exhibition
Posters are displayed from Monday, 21 July
through Friday, 25 July 2008 in hall 2 of the
ICC Berlin. The posters are changed twice a day
(except for Friday) and are at display between
09.00h and 12.00h (morning session) and be
tween 14.00h and 17.00h (afternoon session).
The presenting author should be at the poster
wall during the poster session.
The authors of the posters are asked to put up
their poster on the particular congress day be
tween 08.00h and 09.00h (morning session)
or between 13.00h and 14.00h (afternoon
session) and to remove the poster between
12.00h and 13.00h (morning session) or be
tween 17.00h and 18.00h (afternoon session)
on the day of presentation. Posters that have
not been removed by 13.00h/18.00h will be
disposed off.
A poster information desk will be installed in
the poster exhibition.

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IS-006 Invited Symposium IS-001 Invited Symposium


08.00 10.00 h Hall 5 08.00 10.00 h Hall 10

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Approaches to studying family across cul- Analogy-making
tures Chair: Kokinov, Boicho (Bulgaria)
Chair: Georgas, James (Greece)
The foundations of analogy? Cross-modal
Family relationships as expressed in chil sensory mappings in children
drens drawings: A cross cultural analysis Goswami, Usha (United Kingdom)
Keller, Heidi (Germany)
Intermodal mapping of dynamic displays
Persistent traditions and compelling mo- Pauen, Sabina (Germany)
dernity: Dynamics of survival of contem-
Analogy in children
porary Indian families
Thibaut, Jean-Pierre (France)
Kapoor, Shraddha (India)
Chaudhary, Nandita (India) The role of analogical reasoning in catego-
ry learning
Studying families in a Brazilian network
Bianchi, Cesare (Ireland)
Seidl de Moura, Maria Lucia (Brazil)
Donato Oliva, Angela (Brazil) Using analogy to foster conceptual restruc
turing
Chinese American families in the United
Vosniadou, Stella (Greece)
States: From everywhere, forever here
Gielen, Uwe (USA) Analogy influences perception and memory
Kokinov, Boicho (Bulgaria)
Methodological issues and some traps in
studying families in different cultures Discussant: French, Robert (France)
Georgas, James (Greece)
S-001 Symposium
Discussant: Berry, John (Canada)
08.00 10.00 h Hall 2.1
IS-026 Invited Symposium Lesbian families, child rearing, child de
08.00 10.00 h Hall 6 velopment, stigmatization, and culture
multinational perspectives
Applying the science of psychology to in-
tergroup conflict: Promising results from Co-Chair: Bos, Henny (Netherlands)
intractable and prolonged areas of con- Co-Chair: Gartrell, Nanette (USA)
flict. A USNC symposium The experiences of children growing up in
Chair: Halpern, Diane (USA) same-gendered families in South Africa
Lubbe, Carien (South Africa)
Contact and conflict in Northern Ireland:
From long war to long peace The school experiences of adolescents
Cairns, Ed (United Kingdom) raised by lesbian mothers in Canada
Vyncke, Johanna D. (Canada)
Being socialized in a conflict: Acquisition
and development of the image of the ene- Children of lesbians and gays in Italy: The
my in the Israeli-Arab conflict myth of stigmatization
Teichman, Yona (Israel) Danna, Daniela (Italy)
Efficacy of a school-based program to deal The USA national lesbian family study:
with psychosocial distress related to war How 10-year-old children cope with Homo-
in low-income countries phobia
Wietse, Tol A. (Netherlands) Gartrell, Nanette (USA)
Psycho-political knots of Turkish-Armenian Stigmatization, psychological adjustment,
conflict and the role of protective factors among
Paker, Murat (Turkey) children in planned lesbian families
Bos, Henny (Netherlands)
PRIMEs two narratives shared history pro
ject: Palestinian and Israeli teachers and
pupils learning each others narrative
Bar-On, Dan (Israel)
Discussant: Halpern, Diane (USA)

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S-002 Symposium The importance of conceptual clarity for a


thoroughly scientific and reflexive psycho-
08.00 10.00 h Hall 2.2
logy
MONDAY, 21 JULY

International perspectives on professio- Sullivan, Gavin Brent (Germany)


nal training for clinical child and adoles-
cent psychologists The researcher as a source of knowledge in
Chair: Anton, Barry (USA) qualitative methodology
Mey, Gnter (Germany)
Challenges to licensing and credentialing
Concept analysis as a tool to enhance our
in clinical child and adolescent psychology
practices in qualitative psychology
in the United States
Cisneros, Cesar (Mexico)
Anton, Barry (USA)
A move which can benefit from the past:
Emerging opportunities in child and ado
Re-readings of Vygotsky, Luria, Leontiev
lescent mental health in the United States:
Klbl, Carlos (Germany)
Psychopharmacology
Brown, Ronald (USA) S-004 Symposium
Cultural competencies for complex systems 08.00 10.00 h Hall 3
(family, school and community): Perspec- Motives: Measures, mechanisms, manage
tives on training clinical child psychologists ment (Part I)
in Aotearoa New Zealand Co-Chair: Kehr, Hugo M. (Germany)
Evans, Ian (New Zealand)
Co-Chair: Engeser, Stefan (Germany)
Fitzgerald, John (New Zealand)
Harvey, Shane (New Zealand) Motivational intensity reflected by cardio-
Herbert, Averil (New Zealand) vascular reactivity: The role of self-focused
Clinical psychology training in Ireland: In- attention
tegrating evidence with clinical practice Gendolla, Guido (Switzerland)
development Computer measurement of motives
OReilly, Gary (Ireland) Spangler, Don (USA)
Scientist-practitioner training in clinical Empirical foundation of the compensatory
child/pediatric psychology in the United model of motivation and volition
States Kehr, Hugo M. (Germany)
Roberts, Michael (USA)
Jackson, Yo (USA) Does motive-task congruency lead to flow
experience?
Professional training for child and adoles- Schattke, Kaspar (Germany)
cent psychologists in Mexico
Sanchez Sosa, Juan Jose (Mexico) Flow and happiness at work and leisure
Engeser, Stefan (Germany)
S-003 Symposium Discussant: Sokolowski, Kurt (Germany)
08.00 10.00 h Hall 2.3
Why psychology moves towards the qua- S-005 Symposium
litative: Epistemological foundations 08.00 10.00 h Hall 4
Co-Chair: Mey, Gnter (Germany) Advances in self-presentation research
Co-Chair: Valsiner, Jaan (USA) Chair: Renner, Karl-Heinz (Germany)
Rethinking psychological concepts from Individual differences in self-monitoring: A
an epistemology grounded in first philo behavioral genetic approach
sophy Wolf, Heike (Germany)
Roth, Wolff-Michael (Canada)
A self-presentational view of Adolf Hitler
Who shall survive? Psychology that re- Gessner, Anja (Germany)
places quantification with qualitative ma-
thematics The impact of self-presentation styles on
Valsiner, Jaan (USA) coping with social stress
Renner, Karl-Heinz (Germany)
Perfectionistic self-presentation and treat-
ment-related issues
Hewitt, Paul L. (Canada)
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Faking from the applicants perspective: A comparison of a new Bayesian approach


A theory of self-presentation in personnel for analyzing structural equation models
selection settings with interaction and quadratic effects with

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Marcus, Bernd (Germany) alternative contemporary approaches
Kelava, Augustin (Germany)
Self-presentation by political skill and job
performance Discussant: Klein, Andreas (Canada)
Blickle, Gerhard (Germany)
S-010 Symposium
S-008 Symposium 08.00 10.00 h Hall 9
08.00 10.00 h Hall 7 On the theoretical status of the habit
Psychological factors in cardiac diseases construct: Latest empirical vidence
Chair: Ai, Amy (USA) Chair: Klckner, Christian (Norway)

Posttraumatic stress and growth after Are habits just an artificial measure of situ-
heart attack ational and/or cognitive stability?
Diez-Abad, Paloma (Spain) Bamberg, Sebastian (Germany)
Spiritual struggle and transformation in Routines and decision making
patients with heart failure Betsch, Tilmann (Germany)
Park, Crystal (USA)
Habit formation as generalization of script-
Race and quality of life in patients with ad- based choice
vanced heart failure Fujii, Satoshi (Japan)
Hopp, Faith (USA)
Habits and information seeking in changed
Reverence and coronary bypass surgery life situations: Insights from qualitative re-
Ai, Amy (USA) search
Harms, Sylvia (Germany)
Assessment of and intervention with car-
diac patients Habit formation as a result of past behav
Bengel, Jrgen (Germany) iour and socialization? Findings from two
field studies
Discussion of current findings
Klckner, Christian (Norway)
Anderson, Norman (USA)
Habits: Associations between contexts and
S-009 Symposium responses
08.00 10.00 h Hall 8 Wood, Wendy (USA)
Advances in complex structural equation
S-011 Symposium
modeling
Co-Chair: Schermelleh-Engel, Karin (Germany) 08.00 10.00 h Roof garden
Co-Chair: Klein, Andreas (Canada) Normative cultural conceptions of life and
their influence on autobiographical re
Performance of structural equation models membering
for multitrait-multimethod-multioccasion Chair: Habermas, Tilmann (Germany)
data: A Monte Carlo investigation
Crayen, Claudia (Germany) Acculturational or developmental changes?
Expectations about the timing of transi-
A multilevel multitrait-multimethod model
tions into adulthood among adolescent
for multiple non-ordered categorical data
immigrants and their native German coun-
Nussbeck, Fridtjof W. (Germany)
terparts
How to test nonlinear effects in structural Titzmann, Peter F. (Germany)
equation modeling: A comparison of alter-
The life script across cultures and its rela
natives
tion to the distribution of positive and ne-
Schermelleh-Engel, Karin (Germany)
gative memories across life
A comparison of LMS and QML for the anal Tekcan, Ali (Turkey)
ysis of complex nonlinear structural equa
The normative and personal life: Individu-
tion models with several nonlinear effects
al and cultural differences in personal life
Dimitruk, Polina (Germany)
stories and cultural life scripts
Berntsen, Dorthe (Denmark)

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The development of life story coherence Neurocognitive impairments as candidate


from late middle childhood to adolescence endophenotypes of schizophrenia
and the acquisition of cultural life scripts Calkins, Monica (USA)
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Bohn, Annette (Denmark)


Understanding psychopathology: Contri-
The development of biographical know- butions of functional MRI research
ledge from late childhood to late adult- Ramsey, Nick (Netherlands)
hood and its influence life narratives
CBT for psychosis: Potential mechanisms of
Habermas, Tilmann (Germany)
action
Discussant: Conway, Martin (United Kingdom) Kuipers, Elizabeth (United Kingdom)

S-012 Symposium S-014 Symposium


08.00 10.00 h Hall 14.2 08.00 10.00 h Hall 15.2B
Fostering teaching of psychology: The Research on mindfulness and mindful-
European perspective ness-based applications
Chair: Zumbach, Jrg (Austria) Chair: Schmidt, Stefan (Germany)

How to increase students learning and in- Assessment of mindfulness: A construct


terest in large university classes: An expe- and its components
rimental investigation Strhle, Gunnar (Germany)
Spinath, Birgit (Germany)
Effects of mindfulness based stress reduc-
Teaching psychology in Europe: A network tion (MBSR) on the EEG power spectrum,
for quality enhancement coherence and laterality
Trapp, Annie (United Kingdom) Naranjo, Jose Raul (Germany)
Podcasting a psychology undergraduate Effects of mindfulness-based coping with
audio magazine: An evaluation university life (MBCUL): A pilot study
Reddy, Peter (United Kingdom) Lynch, Siobhan (United Kingdom)
A vertical model for promoting excellence Mindfulness-based stress reduction pro-
in the teaching of psychology gram as an intervention in patients suffer
Bernstein, Douglas (USA) ing from fibromyalgia: Results from a
three-armed randomized clinical study
Competencies, employability, reflective
Schmidt, Stefan (Germany)
learning, scholarship and personal devel
opment: Issues in psychology undergradu- Does mindfulness decrease affective reac-
ate learning and teaching tions towards aversive stimuli? On mecha-
Rochelle, Kim (United Kingdom) nisms of change of mindfulness
Sauer, Sebastian (Germany)
Tutoring behavior and learners expertise
in problem-based learning Mindfulness training for cancer patients:
Zumbach, Jrg (Austria) The effectiveness and mechanisms of
change of mindfulness based cognitive
S-013 Symposium therapy
08.00 10.00 h Hall 15.2A Foley, Elizabeth (Australia)
Psychological approaches to the study of
S-015 Symposium
schizophrenia
Chair: Ettinger, Ulrich (United Kingdom) 08.00 10.00 h Room 44
Justice and deserving
Explorative study of the performances in
Co-Chair: Dalbert, Claudia (Germany)
affect-linked cooperative behaviors in pa-
Co-Chair: Schmitt, Manfred (Germany)
tients with schizophrenia
Tse, Wai (Peoples Republic of China) Division of family work between the sexes:
Saccadic eye movements indicate a disor- Perceived justice and relationship satisfac-
der of volitional action in schizophrenia tion
Reuter, Benedikt (Germany) Mikula, Gerold (Austria)

Schizotypal traits and psychotic states: Belief in a just world, self-efficacy and jus
Acute effects of cannabis and ketamine tification of inequality
Mason, Oliver (United Kingdom) Beierlein, Constanze (Germany)

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Does the belief in a just world always lead Impact of self-monitoring of blood glucose
to justification of inequality? Moderating on illness perceptions and behaviour: Re-
role of collective efficacy analyzed using sults of a randomised controlled trial

MONDAY, 21 JULY
structural equation modeling French, David (United Kingdom)
Werner, Christina (Germany)
The impact of self-affirming on health cog
Emotional uncertainty and coping as mo- nition and behaviour
derators of fairness effects Harris, Peter (United Kingdom)
Streicher, Bernhard (Germany)
Volitional factors in health behaviour regu
The implicit justice motive measure lation
Umlauft, Soeren (Germany) Schz, Benjamin (Germany)
Discussant: Leventhal, Howard (USA)
S-016 Symposium
08.00 10.00 h Room 11/12 S-018 Symposium
Race in a transforming South Africa 08.00 10.00 h Room 15/16
Chair: Finchilescu, Gillian (South Africa) Health literacy: Why medicine needs psy-
Is race still a utile variable in South Afri- chology
can mental health research? Co-Chair: Gaissmaier, Wolfgang (Germany)
Duncan, Norman (South Africa) Co-Chair: Gigerenzer, Gerd (Germany)
Bowman, Brett (South Africa)
Psychology and medicine: Helping doctors
African motherhood: A blessing or a dam- to understand screening tests
ning? Developmental psychologys role in Gigerenzer, Gerd (Germany)
implicating mothers in childrens develop-
Health literacy in Germany
ment
Gaissmaier, Wolfgang (Germany)
Canham, Hugo (South Africa)
Kiguwa, Peace (South Africa) Consistency versus accuracy of beliefs:
Economists surveyed about PSA
An individual as a critical aspect in trans-
Biele, Guido (Germany)
formation projects: Do transforming insti-
tutions transform individuals? The delusive evidence of survival rates
Kometsi, Kgamadi (South Africa) Wegwarth, Odette (Germany)
Schooling, race and masculinity: Personal Do analogies help elderly people under-
experiences of young black boys in Alex stand medical information?
andra Township Galesic, Mirta (Germany)
Langa, Malose (South Africa)
How health insurance systems affect health
Race, prejudice and meta-stereotypes: Their literacy: A representative study comparing
role in the persistence of self-segregation mine European countries
Finchilescu, Gillian (South Africa) Mata, Jutta (Portugal)

S-017 Symposium S-019 Symposium


08.00 10.00 h Room 13/14 08.00 10.00 h Room 17/18
Health cognitions and health behaviors Working memory in children with special
Co-Chair: Schz, Benjamin (Germany) educational needs
Co-Chair: Conner, Mark (United Kingdom) Co-Chair: Maehler, Claudia (Germany)
Co-Chair: Bttner, Gerhard (Germany)
Conscientiousness as a moderator of the
intention-health behavior relationships Working memory failure in children with
Conner, Mark (United Kingdom) specific arithmetic learning difficulties
Passolunghi, Maria Chiara (Italy)
The role of self-efficacy in changing health
behaviours: An example from exercise Working memory differences in dyslectic
Rodgers, Wendy (Canada) subgroups
Maehler, Claudia (Germany)
A test of the transtheoretical model of be-
havior change
de Vet, Emely (Netherlands)

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The structure of working memory in nor- On the current status of sociometry in psy-
mally achieving and learning disabled chil chology: A review of methods and fields of
dren applications
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Roick, Thorsten (Germany) Sprrle, Matthias (Germany)


Working memory in Down syndrome: Is On the use of psychodrama and art thera-
there a central executive deficit? py in the treatment of long-lasting psycho-
Lanfranchi, Silvia (Italy) somatic conditions
Teszry, Judith (Sweden)
Working memory profiles and the link to
learning in atypical groups Trauma-treatment with psychodrama
Alloway, Tracy (United Kingdom) Stadler, Christian (Germany)
Whos afraid of psychodrama research:
S-020 Symposium
Empirical studies into spontaneity
08.00 10.00 h Salon 19 Kipper, David A. (USA)
Causal judgments under uncertainty
(Part I) S-022 Symposium
Co-Chair: Thring, Manfred (Germany) 08.00 10.00 h Salon 21
Co-Chair: Hagmayer, York (Germany) Clinical geropsychology: Prediction, as-
How people cope with uncertainty and sessment, and treatment of late-life disor-
complexity in diagnostic reasoning tasks ders
Bocklisch, Franziska (Germany) Co-Chair: Forstmeier, Simon (Switzerland)
Co-Chair: Zank, Susanne (Germany)
Knowing why and guessing when: Does
causality warp subjective experience of Psychotherapy in old peoples homes: Con-
time? ception and evaluation
Buehner, Marc (United Kingdom) Laireiter, Anton-Rupert (Austria)
The effects of information reliability and Treatment of chronic insomnia with cogni-
cost on the integration of causal informa tive behavioral therapy vs. zopiclone
tion from different sources Sivertsen, Brge (Norway)
Garcia-Retamero, Rocio (Spain)
Motivational reserve: Lifetime motivation
Causal models in repeated decision making al abilities contribute to cognitive and
Hagmayer, York (Germany) emotional health in old age
Forstmeier, Simon (Switzerland)
The role of temporal factors in causal learn
ing The diagnosis of early dementia is improved
Krynski, Tevye (USA) by using computerized validated systems
Bandelow, Stephan (United Kingdom)
Mind reading aliens: Inferring causal struc-
ture from covariational data Results from the longitudinal dementia
Mayrhofer, Ralf (Germany) caregiver stress study
Zank, Susanne (Germany)
S-021 Symposium
Caregiver characteristics influence patient
08.00 10.00 h Salon 20 behaviour: Findings from the Maastricht
Current psychodrama, sociometry and study of behaviour in dementia
role-playing in therapy, organizational de Vugt, Marjolein (Netherlands)
development, counseling and research
Chair: Stadler, Christian (Germany) S-023 Symposium
08.00 10.00 h Salon 22
Psychodrama with psychiatric patients
Bender, Wolfram (Germany) Mapping the phenomenal space in soma-
tosensory and tactile perception: Con-
Psychodrama in sexual therapy cepts, methodology, and application
Kayir, Arsaluys (Turkey) Chair: Trojan, Jrg (Germany)
Studies on treatment effects of psychodra-
Measuring phenomenal space: The uni
ma psychotherapy
fying concept of maps
Wieser, Michael (Austria)
Trojan, Jrg (Germany)

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Mapping intensity and affect: Multi-dimen S-025 Symposium


sional scaling of pain stimuli
08.00 10.00 h Room 24
Kleinbhl, Dieter (Germany)

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Shared leadership in different work con
Higher-order maps in the perception of texts: Does it improve team perfor-
touch mance?
Ballesteros, Soledad (Spain) Co-Chair: Hoch, Julia (Germany)
Multi-modal somatosensation: The thermal Co-Chair: Knzle Haake, Barbara (Switzer-
grill illusion revisited land)
Petrini, Laura (Denmark)
The most effective leadership is shared: An
Mathematical models of perception and its empirical analysis of the impact of shared
relationship to neuronal activity leadership on team effectiveness in Swiss
Buitenweg, Jan Reinoud (Netherlands) anaesthesia teams
Knzle Haake, Barbara (Switzerland)
Discussant: Hlzl, Rupert (Germany)
Achievement or Power? The impact of in-
S-024 Symposium dividual motive dispositions on the effec-
08.00 10.00 h Room 23 tiveness of shared and vertical leadership
Analyzing pay system effects on employ in German product development teams
ee attitudes, behavior and organizational Hoch, Julia (Germany)
effectiveness The impact of shared leadership on diag
Co-Chair: Antoni, Conny Herbert (Germany) nostic processes in medical emergency
Co-Chair: Vartiainen, Matti (Finland) driven teams
Gurtner, Andrea (Switzerland)
Outcomes and perspectives of pay system
research in work and organizational psy- The impact of organizational structure on
chology shared and hierachical leadership effec-
Antoni, Conny Herbert (Germany) tiveness
Wolf, Sandra (Germany)
Interaction effects of work design and pay
for performance on employee attitudes Shared leadership: A literature review
and organizational outcomes Manheim, Nele (Netherlands)
Berger, Ansgar (Germany) Discussant: Pearce, Craig L. (USA)
Implementing pay for performance sys
tems: Requirements for leadership S-026 Symposium
Maier, Christine (Germany) 08.00 10.00 h Room 25
Use and development of total reward sys LIFE: A dynamic interplay between neuro-
tems in a sample of companies during ten biological predisposition and environ-
years mental influences
Vartiainen, Matti (Finland) Co-Chair: Bartling, Karen (Germany)
Co-Chair: Nagel, Irene E. (Germany)
Analyzing reward system effects on em-
ployee well-being and organizational ef- Infants sensitivity to interpersonal timing
fectiveness in elderly care organizations and its modulation by maternal affect at-
Hulkko-Nyman, Kiisa (Finland) tunement
Bartling, Karen (Germany)
Perceived political behavior in performance
appraisal process and its effects on pay sa- Achievement inequalities as students get
tisfaction older: The case of Hamburg schools
Karppinen, Virpi (Finland) Caro, Daniel (Germany)
The regulation of distance and closeness in
long distance relationships
Jimenez, Fanny V. (Germany)
Genetic liabilities for adolescent problem
behavior correlate and
Harden, Kathryn (USA)

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Health-related goal pursuit in young and Turkish adolescents and college students
middle adulthood time perspectives
Reuter, Tabea (Germany) Kislali Erginbilgic, Altinay (Turkey)
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Task difficulty affects adult age differences Organizational time perspective and cor-
in functional brain activation during a porate culture
working memory task Nestik, Timofey (Russia)
Nagel, Irene E. (Germany)
Time perspective and environmental is-
Discussant: Smith, Jacqui (USA) sues
Discussant: Lindenberger, Ulman (Germany) Milfont, Taciano L. (New Zealand)
Discussant: Zimbardo, Philip G. (USA)
S-027 Symposium
08.00 10.00 h Room 26 S-029 Symposium
Current views on scene perception 08.00 10.00 h Room 28
Co-Chair: Tatler, Ben (United Kingdom) Face processing: Current fields of interest
Co-Chair: Vo, Melissa (Germany)
Co-Chair: Carbon, Claus-Christian (Austria)
Bottom up and top-down guidance of vi- Co-Chair: Lobmaier, Janek (United Kingdom)
sual attention in natural environments
What is the cognitive basis of impairments
Itti, Laurent (USA)
in congenital prosopagnosia?
A probabilistic account of feature-based Carbon, Claus-Christian (Austria)
attention
Emotional expression modulates perceived
Vincent, Ben (United Kingdom)
gaze direction
Visual attention in natural scenes: A pro- Lobmaier, Janek (United Kingdom)
babilistic perspective
The role of global and local information in
Tatler, Ben (United Kingdom)
face processing
Extraction of 3-D information in scenes Schwaninger, Adrian (Switzerland)
Castelhano, Monica (Canada)
Identity verification from photographs in
A glimpse is not a glimpse: Differential pro travel documents: The role of expertise,
cessing of Frashed scene previews leads to race and inversion
differential target search benefits Chiller-Glaus, Sarah (Switzerland)
Vo, Melissa (Germany)
Characteristic dynamic information for fa-
Knowing where to look: The relationships cial expression recognition
of gaze and action Cunningham, Douglas (Germany)
Land, Michael (United Kingdom)
Adaptation effects: Where do they lead us
to?
S-028 Symposium
Ditye, Thomas (Austria)
08.00 10.00 h Room 27
Applying time perspective to understand Event-related potentials of face recogni
and solve social issues tion: Geometric distortions and the N250r
brain response to stimulus repetitions
Co-Chair: Fieulaine, Nicolas (France)
Bindemann, Markus (United Kingdom)
Co-Chair: Milfont, Taciano L. (New Zealand)
Discussant: Schwaninger, Adrian (Switzerland)
Time perspective and social exclusion: Back
to Lewins practical theory of psychologi- S-030 Symposium
cal field
08.00 10.00 h Room 29
Fieulaine, Nicolas (France)
Same-sex marriage and legalized rela
Sustainable behavior and time perspec- tionships: An international perspective
tive: Present, past and future orientation Chair: Rothblum, Esther (USA)
and their relationships with water conser-
vation behavior Same-sex marriage and legalized relation-
Corral Verdugo, Victor (Mexico) ships in the United States: I do, or do I?
Rothblum, Esther (USA)
Future orientation, cognitive development
and antisocial behavior
Frias-Armenta, Martha (Mexico)
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Between law and symbol: The meanings of Treating affair couples: An integrative ap-
the French Civil Solidarity Pact proach to resolving trauma and promoting
Rault, Wilfried (France) forgiveness

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Snyder, Douglas K. (USA)
The demographics of same-sex marriages
in the Nordic countries PREP inside and out: Marriage education as
Andersson, Gunnar (Sweden) an intervention for prisoner reintegration
Markman, Howard (USA)
Viva las novias! Queers getting married in
Spain Promoting a positive transition to parent
Pichardo Galan, Josi Ignacio (Spain) hood: The effect of couple care for parents
on the couple relationship and parenting
Going public: Negotiations of public and
Halford, Kim (Australia)
private life among married same-sex cou-
ples in Iceland Discussant: Christensen, Andrew (USA)
Einarsdottir, Anna (United Kingdom)
S-033 Symposium
S-031 Symposium 08.00 10.00 h Room 34
08.00 10.00 h Room 30 Words and feelings: Emotions across lan-
Self-regulated learning with multimedia guages and cultures
Co-Chair: Opfermann, Maria (Germany) Co-Chair: Fontaine, Johnny (Belgium)
Co-Chair: Wirth, Joachim (Germany) Co-Chair: Scherer, Klaus R. (Switzerland)

The interaction between hypotheses for- The power of emotion words: Cultural de-
mulation and experimental design in self- finitions of feelings and task masters of
regulated scientific discovery learning emotion theories
Wirth, Joachim (Germany) Scherer, Klaus R. (Switzerland)
Learning with hypermedia: Impact of epis A cluster analysis approach for the analy-
temological beliefs on metacognitive pro- sis of emotion lexicon: The case of Basque
cesses as compared to other languages
Porsch, Torsten (Germany) Alonso Arbiol, Itziar (Spain)
Supporting self-regulated learning in hy- The GRID approach: An empirical approach
permedia environments to identify the meaning of emotion words
Opfermann, Maria (Germany) across cultural groups
Fontaine, Johnny (Belgium)
Internalizing vs. externalizing interface
elements: How to induce engagement, Where do emotional dialects come from?
planning and learning A comparison of the understanding of emo
van Nimwegen, Christof (Belgium) tion terms between Gabon and Quebec
Hess, Ursula (Canada)
Using pedagogical agents to support self-
regulated learning Exploring words, tastes and feelings in
Domagk, Steffi (Germany) Chinese: The natural semantic
Ye, Zhengdao (Australia)
Discussant: Bruenken, Roland (Germany)
Discussant: Ortony, Andrew (USA)
S-032 Symposium
08.00 10.00 h Room 33 FP-001 Paper Session
Extending principles of couple interac- 08.00 10.00 h Room 43
tions to specific populations Self-concept, self-determination, and mo-
Chair: Heinrichs, Nina (Germany) tivation to learn
Co-Chair: Marsh, Herbert (United Kingdom)
Body image and sexual functioning among Co-Chair: Brunner, Martin (Luxembourg)
women with early stage breast cancer: The
impact of a couple-based intervention pro- I Stream: The effects of educational stream
gram ing system on self-concept and motivation:
Baucom, Donald H. (USA) A qualitative study with Singaporean sec
ondary school students
Fear of progression in partners of women
Manzano, Anne Adelaine (Singapore)
with breast cancer
Zimmermann, Tanja (Germany)
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Big-fish-little-pond-effect: Total long-term FP-003 Paper Session


negative effects of school-average ability
08.00 10.00 h Room 32
on diverse educational outcomes over 8
MONDAY, 21 JULY

adolescent/early adult years Social cognition I


Marsh, Herbert (United Kingdom) Co-Chair: Freytag, Peter (Germany)
Co-Chair: Giessner, Steffen (Netherlands)
Development and validation of a question
naire to assess academic learning motiva Evidence for the adaptive value of pseudo-
tion through measuring regulation styles contingencies
among Indonesian university students Freytag, Peter (Germany)
Soegijardjo, Witriani (Indonesia)
The power of pictures: Vertical picture an-
Revisiting the internal/external frame of gles and power perceptions
reference model: Bringing in general cog Giessner, Steffen (Netherlands)
nitive ability and general academic self-
Social facilitation: The facilitation of cogni-
concept
tive processes by mere presence of others
Brunner, Martin (Luxembourg)
Herfordt, Julia (Germany)
Self-determination in Chinese college stu-
When does communication affect commu-
dents academic learning and social com-
nicators memory? The role of encoding
petence
differences in audience-tuning effects
Chen, Xuelian (Peoples Republic of China)
Kopietz, Ren (Germany)
Promoting self-determined learning in
You dont know what I know: The effect of
school
information sources on the empathy pro-
Bieg, Sonja (Germany)
cess
Developing professional identity: Different Shi, Songqu (Peoples Republic of China)
uses of narrative diary in higher educa-
Social representations: Their main con-
tion
trasts defining their roles and meanings
Galuppo, Laura (Italy)
Lopez Alonso, Alfredo Oscar (Argentina)
FP-002 Paper Session
FP-004 Paper Session
08.00 10.00 h Room 31
08.00 10.00 h Room 35
Social aspects of cognition
Statistical and mathematical methods and
Co-Chair: Menges, Jochen (Switzerland)
models
Co-Chair: Yan, Greg (Peoples Republic of
Chair: Gadermann, Anne (Canada)
China)
An empirical comparison of Cronbachs al-
Measuring social cognitive process with
pha with ordinal reliability coefficients al-
computer-based cognitive diagnosis theory
pha and theta
Gao, Pengyun (Peoples Republic of China)
Gadermann, Anne (Canada)
Are two heads better than one? Quality of
Adjusting for confounding covariates in
individual and group decision-making in a
multilevel designs
survivor task
Nagengast, Benjamin (Germany)
Yan, Greg (Peoples Republic of China)
Testing mediation by moderation: Some
Emotional intelligence and persuasiveness
conceptual suggestions
Menges, Jochen (Switzerland)
Jacoby, Johann (Germany)
The wisdom of ignorant crowds: Collective
Relation analysis: A proper way for testing
recognition and forecast combination
hypotheses logically
Herzog, Stefan (Switzerland)
Maderthaner, Rainer (Austria)
An exploratory study about the role of epis
temological beliefs on learners solo and
duo thinking about an ill-defined issue
Angeli, Charoula (Cyprus)
Simon revisited: Rationality, social repre-
sentations and organizational identity
Koumakhov, Rouslan (France)

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FP-005 Paper Session Declarations and reaction latencies as com-


plementary indicators in the attitudes re-
08.00 10.00 h Room 36
search

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Social values, family, and culture Stec, Magdalena (Poland)
Co-Chair: Strack, Michaela (Germany)
Co-Chair: Martnez, Isabel (Spain) FP-007 Paper Session

Emotional and social maturation: Inter 08.00 10.00 h Room 38


vening factors in achieving different kinds Social support and chronic disease
of love Chair: Jutras, Sylvie (Canada)
Tabae Emami, Shirin (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Back to school after cancer: How children,
Social value orientation among different parents and teachers perceive support
Chinese cohorts from the school environment
Huangfu, Gang (Peoples Republic of China) Jutras, Sylvie (Canada)
I or we: Family socialization values in a Disabled persons mental health and self-
national probability sample in Taiwan esteem in relation to perceived parental
Kao, Shu-Fang (Taiwan) support
The influence of parental child-rearing Vlachou, Anastasia (Greece)
practices on Spanish adolescent values Family involvement in psychosocial inter-
Martnez, Isabel (Spain) ventions for adults with chronic physical
Value inculcation across generations: Dif- diseases: A Cochrane review
ferent patterns, similar aims! Hartmann, Mechthild (Germany)
Sharma, Divya (India) Social support in general and chronic pa
Do social values guide behavior by syner- tients
gistic or by compensatory person x situa Sacramento Zanini, Daniela (Brazil)
tion interactions?
FP-008 Paper Session
Strack, Michaela (Germany)
08.00 10.00 h Room 39
FP-006 Paper Session Personality assessment I
08.00 10.00 h Room 37 Co-Chair: Beckmann, Nadin (Australia)
Social psychology Co-Chair: Borkenau, Peter (Germany)
Co-Chair: Chadee, Derek (Trinidad and Toba- Within- and between-person variability:
go) The benefits of different perspectives on
Co-Chair: Hedzelek, Mateusz (Poland) personality
Recovering fractal spaces via parameteri- Beckmann, Nadin (Australia)
zation of cyclic invariants: Niche construc- Predictive validity of a student selection
tion through niche operations procedure on the basis of experiment-
Caraiani, Claudiu (Romania) based behavioural tests
Media and fear of crime: The implicit rela- Litzenberger, Margarete (Austria)
tionship Predicting expatriate job performance:
Chadee, Derek (Trinidad and Tobago) Using the normative NEO-PI-R or the ipsa-
Quality of life among students abstaining, tive OPQ32i?
experimenting and habitualy using drugs Kusch, Rene Immanuel (Germany)
Hedzelek, Mateusz (Poland) Do personality traits influence the effect in
Surveying the role of emotional intelligent personality-IATs twice?
in mental health of students Fleischhauer, Monika (Germany)
Nikpour, Gholam Ali (Islamic Republic of Iran) Optimal trait level and self-enhancement
Which concepts of self can predict implicit bias
self-esteem of Japanese adolescents? Borkenau, Peter (Germany)
Shiomura, Kimihiro (Japan) Cross-cultural differences in socially desir
able responding: A framework for theory
and practice
Odendaal, Aletta (South Africa)

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FP-009 Paper Session IA-003 Invited Address


08.00 10.00 h Room 40 10.15 11.15 h Hall 6
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Social issues: Children and youth I A psycho-institutional approach to cul-


Co-Chair: Alarcon-Garcia, Gloria (Spain) ture
Co-Chair: Sharyati, Maryam (Islamic Republic Yamagishi, Toshio (Japan)
of Iran) Chair: Zhang, Kan (Peoples Republic of China)

A comparison of social skills of partially IA-004 Invited Address


hearing impaired students in integrated
10.15 11.15 h Hall 7
versus nonintegrated schools
Developing and disseminating effective
Beh-Pajooh, Ahmad (Islamic Republic of Iran)
psychological treatments for anxiety dis-
Fiscal consciousness in the young orders: A cognitive science approach
Alarcon-Garcia, Gloria (Spain) Fydrich, Thomas (United Kingdom)
The occupational values and orientations
of recent graduates: A comparative Euro- IA-005 Invited Address
pean study 10.15 11.15 h Roof garden
Woodley, Alan (United Kingdom) Paternalistic leadership in Chinese con
text: A full-cycle approach
The study of relationship between reli
gious attitude and optimism in college stu- Cheng, Bor-Shiuan (Taiwan)
dents Chair: Funke, Joachim (Germany)
Sharyati, Maryam (Islamic Republic of Iran)
IA-006 Invited Address
The relationship between family process 10.15 11.15 h Hall 14.2
and quality of life in Shiraz high school
Discrimination and tolerance between so-
students
cial groups: A social psychological analy-
Rahimi, Mehdi (Islamic Republic of Iran)
sis
Study of the effect of family patterns style Mummendey, Amlie (Germany)
on shyness in high school students of Shi- Chair: Stroebe, Wolfgang (Netherlands)
raz
Zarnaghash, Maryam (Islamic Republic of Iran) IA-007 Invited Address
10.15 11.15 h Hall 15.2A
PA-001 IUPsyS Presidential Address
The co-evolution of event memory and
10.15 11.15 h Hall 3 knowledge
The laws of learning are always in effect: Shiffrin, Richard (USA)
Implications for all psychologists Chair: Jacobs, Arthur (Germany)
Overmier, J. Bruce (USA)
Chair: Frensch, Peter A. (Germany) FP-010 Paper Session
10.15 11.15 h Hall 2.1
IA-001 Invited Address
Conditioning I
10.15 11.15 h Hall 4
Chair: Kutzner, Florian (Germany)
Psychology and bahaviour analysis: The
nature of the controversy Base-rate neglect based on base-rates in
Ardila, Ruben (Colombia) experience based contingency learning
Chair: Westmeyer, Hans (Germany) Kutzner, Florian (Germany)
Neural basis of reinforcement-guided deci-
IA-002 Invited Address sion-making: Insights from reinforcement
10.15 11.15 h Hall 5 learning theory
The cultural construction of self and emo- Park, So-Young Q. (Germany)
tion: Implications for well-being
Pattern vs. visual cue learning in rats
Misra, Girishwar (India) Cole, Mark (Canada)
Chair: Schnpflug, Wolfgang (Germany)

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FP-011 Paper Session FP-014 Paper Session


10.15 11.15 h Hall 2.2 10.15 11.15 h Hall 9

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Psychotherapy Research and treatment Mental representation
methods I Chair: Brockhaus, Friederike (Germany)
Chair: Voelkle, Manuel (Germany)
How does the mind represent numbers?
Changes in attachment characteristics and A simple neural network model
depression following inpatient psycho Brockhaus, Friederike (Germany)
therapy
Object representations in long-term me-
Kirchmann, Helmut (Germany)
mory as feature sets derived from affor-
Nonverbal synchrony in psychotherapy: dances
Coordinated movement, the therapeutic Eren, Selda (Turkey)
relationship and outcome
Ramseyer, Fabian (Switzerland) FP-015 Paper Session
Quality monitoring in ambulatory psycho- 10.15 11.15 h Hall 10
therapy: A cluster-randomized trial Media effects: The psychological, social,
Voelkle, Manuel (Germany) and cultural impact of mass media I
Chair: Naydonova, Lyubov A. (Ukraine)
FP-012 Paper Session
5-Dimensional media culture virtuality mo-
10.15 11.15 h Hall 2.3
del
Psychophysics Naydonova, Lyubov A. (Ukraine)
Chair: Faw, Bill (USA)
The impact of information validity and
Consciousness science as Fechners Inner need for affect on the persuasion through
Psychophysics fiction
Faw, Bill (USA) Maleckar, Barbara (Austria)
Magnitude estimation is eccentricity inva- Effects of television and video games on
riant: Enhanced adult discriminability in psychophysiological variables in adoles-
a foveal-peripheral sequential magnitude cent boys
discrimination task Maass, Asja (Germany)
Madon, Stewart (Canada)
FP-018 Paper Session
Assessing the role of spatial-frequency con
tent on slant-from-texture 10.15 11.15 h Hall 15.2B
Rosas, Pedro (Chile) Psychological disorders I
Chair: Hawkes, Amy (Australia)
FP-013 Paper Session
Defocused mode of attention: Further evi-
10.15 11.15 h Hall 8
dences from perceptual eccentricity and
Neural bases of cognition I memory
Chair: Gibbons, Henning (Germany) Fazilat Pour, Masoud (United Kingdom)
Response-time corrected averaging of Peritraumatic experiences of abusive be-
event-related potentials haviours
Gibbons, Henning (Germany) Hawkes, Amy (Australia)
Neurocognitive evidence of defective mag Long-term course of post-traumatic stress
nocellular visual processing in configura disorder: A meta-analysis.
tional apperceptive prosopagnosia Morina, Nexhmedin (Germany)
Bliem, Harald Rudolf (Austria)
Autobiographical memory bias and post-
Distinct neural mechanisms for repetition traumatic stress disorder
effects of visual objects Silvestre, Csar (Portugal)
Guo, Chunyan (Peoples Republic of China)

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FP-016 Paper Session FP-019 Paper Session


10.15 11.15 h Room 43 10.15 11.15 h Room 13/14
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Acquisition of language I Contemporary and advanced approaches


Chair: Gasteiger-Klicpera, Barbara (Germany) to well-being at work I
Chair: Uhmann, Stefan (Germany)
Error analysis of english word recognition
and students reflections on a balanced Multimethod validation of a screening in-
reading instruction program strument for job related affective well-
Leou, Yea-Mei (Taiwan) being
Uhmann, Stefan (Germany)
Interrelation between supporting language
acquisition and the development of lan A first examination of the structure of the
guage and cognitive abilities in preschool Utrecht Work Engagement Scale in an Ita
children lian sample
Gasteiger-Klicpera, Barbara (Germany) Lo Presti, Alessandro (Italy)
Experts evaluation of the effectiveness Stress Audit Scale for organizational per-
and feasibility of interventions aiming to formance
improve cognitive-academic language pro- Bommareddy, Udayakumar Reddy (India)
ficiency of multilingual migrant pupils
Rsselet, Stephan (Switzerland) FP-020 Paper Session
Mller, Romano (Switzerland) 10.15 11.15 h Room 15/16
Consequences of occupational stress I
FP-017 Paper Session
Chair: Rau, Renate (Germany)
10.15 11.15 h Room 44
Burnout and social support I Is the relation between work characteris
Chair: Kleiber, Dieter (Germany) tics and depression biased by self-reports
about work characteristics?
Effectiveness of coaching, quality circles, Rau, Renate (Germany)
and supervision for the reduction of job
Causal directions in the relationship be
related burdens in police personnel
tween organizational justice and employ
Kleiber, Dieter (Germany)
ee depressive symptoms
Occupational mental health among nurses Lang, Jessica (Germany)
in Argentina: The moderating effects of ab
From abusive supervision to subordinates
sence, job satisfaction and social support
emotional exhaustion: The mediating ef-
Tourigny, Louise (USA)
fects of subordinates justice perception
A structural model of professional burnout and emotional labor
in high school and college professors Wu, Tsung-Yu (Taiwan)
Arias Galicia, Fernando (Mexico)
FP-021 Paper Session
FP-023 Paper Session 10.15 11.15 h Room 17/18
10.15 11.15 h Room 11/12 Ethic behavior and trust I
Social Media: Social processes and social Chair: Henschel, Angela (Germany)
interaction in mass media I
Chair: Trepte, Sabine (Germany) Implementing meeting results: The impact
of trust and transactivity in IT-teams
The significance of others in TV reception: Henschel, Angela (Germany)
The reference-group model
Antecedents of initial trust formation: A
Trepte, Sabine (Germany)
quasi-experimental analysis
Getting no answer? An experimental study Xie, Xiaoyun (Peoples Republic of China)
on unavailability in SMS communication
Moral leadership, organizational justice,
Arlt, Dorothee (Germany)
and employee engagement
Hassan, Arif (Malaysia)

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FP-022 Paper Session Reading in Spanish through the life span


Davies, Robert (United Kingdom)
10.15 11.15 h Salon 19

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Caregiving and external aids for older Analyzing reading processes with MEG
adults Ellis, Andy (United Kingdom)
Chair: Oehl, Michael (Germany) Hemispheric processing of poetry
Pobric, Gorana (United Kingdom)
Apathy and facial expressions in demented
nursing home residents Interactions between language and motor
Lken, Ulrike (Germany) processes in the brain
Nazir, Tatjana (France)
Dementia caregiving as a risk for morbi
dity and mortality within the Longitudinal Lexical reading in Italian typically develop
Dementia Caregiver Stress Study (LEAN- ing readers and developmental dyslexics
DER-Study) Paizi, Despina (Italy)
Opterbeck, Ilga (Germany)
IS-004 Invited Symposium
Design of small touch screen interfaces for
older users: The impact of screen size, task 11.30 13.30 h Hall 3
difficulty and task complexity Computational models of episodic memo-
Oehl, Michael (Germany) ry (Part I)
Chair: Lewandowsky, Stephan (Australia)
IS-002 Invited Symposium
On the locus of response suppression in
11.30 13.30 h Hall 2.2 free recall
International perspectives on child and Davelaar, Eddy (USA)
adolescent psychopathology: Issues of
cross-informant agreement Active memory of serial order
Chair: Rescorla, Leslie (USA) Botvinick, Matthew (USA)
Time-based models of memory
A historical perspective on issues of cross-
Brown, Gordon (United Kingdom)
informant agreement
Achenbach, Thomas (USA) Temporal effects in serial memory
Hartley, Tom (United Kingdom)
Cross-informant agreement: Longitudinal
findings over 20 years Modeling memory performance in older
Verhulst, Frank (Netherlands) adults: Assessing the contribution of diffe-
rences in representation
Behavior genetic analysis of cross-infor-
Neath, Ian (Canada)
mant agreement in Dutch twins
Bartels, Meike (Netherlands) The role of experience in event memory
and knowledge retrieval
Multicultural perspectives on cross-infor-
Shiffrin, Richard (USA)
mant agreement: Parent-adolescent agree-
ment in 20 societies IS-005 Invited Symposium
Rescorla, Leslie (USA)
11.30 13.30 h Hall 4
Changes in cross-informant agreement Lifelong learning: From definition to in-
over time: Converging or divergent per- tervention
spectives of parents and adolescents and Chair: Spiel, Christiane (Austria)
links to family functioning
Seiffge-Krenke, Inge (Germany) Lifelong Learning (LLL) as an educational
goal: Theoretical specification and promo-
A constructivist perspective on cross-infor-
tion
mant agreement: Epistemological aspects
Schober, Barbara (Austria)
Westmeyer, Hans (Germany)
Towards work life intervention: Promoting
IS-003 Invited Symposium engagement in lifelong learning
11.30 13.30 h Hall 2.3 Salmela-Aro, Katariina (Finland)
Language and brain Training to improve young scientists self-
Co-Chair: Zoccolotti, Pierluigi (Italy) regulation competencies: promoting life
Co-Chair: Fischer, Martin (United Kingdom) long learning
Schmidt, Michaela (Germany)
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Self-regulated learning with digital media IS-009 Invited Symposium


as an important facet of life-long learning
11.30 13.30 h Hall 8
Dresel, Markus (Germany)
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Transformation and women in the work


Discussant: Sternberg, Robert J. (USA) place: A psychological perspective from
Africa
IS-007 Invited Symposium
Chair: Watts, Ann (South Africa)
11.30 13.30 h Hall 6
Testing and assessment in emerging and The balancing act
developing countries I: The current state Seedat, Fatima (South Africa)
Co-Chair: Born, Marise (Netherlands) Exploring the psychosocial factors under-
Co-Chair: Cheung, Fanny M. (Hong Kong SAR lying the uptake of legal provisions against
of the Peoples Republic of China) sexual harassment in the workplace
Nyanungo, Kwadzanai (Zimbabwe)
Testing for equivalence of the self descrip-
tion questionnaire I across Australian and Reforms in Nigeria and the development
Nigerian adolescents of women
Byrne, Barbara M. (Canada) Mivanyi, Yuwanna Jenny (Nigeria)
Self concepts and response styles in per The psychological consequences of unem-
sonality testing across cultures ployment and informal work in Namibian
Born, Marise (Netherlands) women
Kober, Gudrun (Namibia)
Psychological testing in Singapore
Leong, Frederick T.L. (USA) Discussant: Suffla, Shahnaaz (South Africa)
Facing the challenge of the language of IS-010 Invited Symposium
assessment and test adaptation
11.30 13.30 h Hall 9
Foxcroft, Cheryl D. (South Africa)
Psychology and cultural diversity
Discussant: Purwono, Urip (Indonesia) Chair: Trang, Thomas (Australia)
IS-008 Invited Symposium Indeginous issues in a multicultural society
11.30 13.30 h Hall 7 Gordon, Amanda (Australia)
Tolerance for ambiguity, creativity, and Improving coping strategies of rural ado
personality lescents in Australia and Italy
Chair: Stoycheva, Katya (Bulgaria) Frydenberg, Erica (Australia)
The new and the best: Ambiguity tole- Cross-cultural examination of adolescents
rance and creativity motivation conceptualization of tolerance to human
Stoycheva, Katya (Bulgaria) diversity in Australia and the USA
Witenberg, Rivka (Australia)
Relationship between tolerance for ambi-
guity and creative performances The Fairy Tale test: A comparison across
Zenasni, Franck (France) cultures
Xenos, Sophia (Australia)
The dimensions of the complexity tole-
rance: A synopsis of personality constructs The mental health of older migrants
Radant, Matthias (Germany) Trang, Thomas (Australia)
Relation of ambiguity tolerance to cogni- IS-011 Invited Symposium
tive and affective needs: A cross cultural
11.30 13.30 h Hall 10
content analysis
Stoycheva, Katya (Bulgaria) Cognitive neuroscience of attention and
visual short-term memory
Discussant: Lubart, Todd (France) Chair: Jolicoeur, Pierre (Canada)
Discussant: Dalbert, Claudia (Germany)
Short-term memory capacity as an index
of attentional control: A neurally-based in-
dividual differences approach
Vogel, Edward (USA)

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The neural substrates of visual short-term Dopamine and cognitive aging: New evi-
memory dence and emerging ideas
Marois, Rene (USA) Bckman, Lars (Sweden)

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Is visual working memory capacity for fa Dopaminergic neuromodulation in cogni-
cial identities modulated by emotional face tive aging: Influences of COMT genotype
processing? and pharmacological intervention
Sessa, Paola (Italy) Heekeren, Hauke (Germany)
Electromagnetic explorations of the tem- Interactive dynamics of corticostriatal cir-
poral dynamics of visual short-term mem cuits in reinforcementlearning and deci
ory sion making
Jolicoeur, Pierre (Canada) Frank, Michael (USA)
Monitoring and learning from feedback in
IS-012 Invited Symposium
young and elderly healthy persons
11.30 13.30 h Roof garden Ullsperger, Markus (Germany)
Democracy, responsibility and civic parti-
cipation: A challenge of 21st century Discussant: Lindenberger, Ulman (Germany)
Chair: Plichtov, Jana (Slovak Republic)
IS-014 Invited Symposium
Cross border mobility: Identification(s) and 11.30 13.30 h Hall 15.2A
participation: An empirical study of identi- Motivation, recall and information pro-
ty construction strategies and civic parti cessing
cipation in young Slovaks commuting be Chair: Sanitioso, Bo (France)
tween Bratislava region and Vienna
Petrjnoov, Magda (Slovak Republic) Motivated self and recall of autobiogra-
phical memories
Dialogue and diversity in public participa-
Sanitioso, Bo (France)
tion
Jelenk, Andrej (Slovak Republic) Memory cues in motivated self-perception:
When do people use ease of recall?
Quality of deliberation and personal re-
Echterhoff, Gerald (Germany)
sponsibility
Plichtov, Jana (Slovak Republic) The influence of desired self on the use of
base rates
The debate on novel biotechnologies in Ger
Augustinova, Maria (France)
many: Public deliberation and individual
autonomy Self-control of negative inner states: Goal
Ferretti, Maria-Paola (Germany) shielding by means of implementation in-
tentions
Types of responsibility in adolescence
Achtziger, Anja (Germany)
Tyrlik, Mojmir (Czech Republic)
Motivated reasoning below awareness
IS-013 Invited Symposium Dunning, David (USA)
11.30 13.30 h Hall 14.2
IS-015 Invited Symposium
Lifespan cognition and neuromodelation:
Empirical and computational approaches 11.30 13.30 h Hall 15.2B
Co-Chair: Li, Shu-Chen (Germany) Cognitive functions of the frontal lobe
Co-Chair: Lindenberger, Ulman (Germany) Chair: Iversen, Susan (United Kingdom)

Dopamine and child cognitive develop- The frontal granular cortex and behaviour:
ment: The differential impact of DAT1 on 40 years on
reading and inhibitory functions in chil Iversen, Susan (United Kingdom)
dren with ADHD symptoms
Frontal lobe mechanisms of intelligent be-
Cornish, Kim (Canada)
haviour
Dopaminergic modulation of cognitive Duncan, John (United Kingdom)
function in healthy adolescents
Functional organization of the primate
Luciana, Monica (USA)
pre-frontal cortex for mnemonic proces-
sing
Petrides, Michael (Canada)

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Motor and cognitive functions of the ven- How retrieval affects the dynamic proper-
tral premotor cortex ties of a memory trace
Craighero, Laila (Italy) Hanslmayr, Simon (Germany)
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Genetic modulation of pre-frontal cortex Brain oscillatory substrates of human


function in humans short-term memory capacity
Meyer-Lindenberg, Andreas (Germany) Sauseng, Paul (Austria)

IS-016 Invited Symposium IS-019 Invited Symposium


11.30 13.30 h Room 43 11.30 13.30 h Room 13/14
Neuropsychology and neurodegenerative Pathways of risk and protection among
processes street youth in India, Indonesia, the Phi-
Chair: Barroso, Jose (Spain) lippines, and South Africa
Co-Chair: Verma, Suman (India)
Restriction in complex activities of daily Co-Chair: Morojele, Neo (South Africa)
living in MCI
Peres, Karine (France) Examining the lives of children working
and living on the streets in India: Asso
MCI and neuroimaging
ciated risk and protective factors
Bartres-Faz, David (Spain)
Sharma, Deepali (India)
Prodromal Alzheimeer disease: Neuropsy-
Comparisons between predictors of anti-
chological characterization
social and pro-social behaviors among
Rami, Lorena (Spain)
street children in South Africa
Mild cognitive impairment: Prevalence and Morojele, Neo (South Africa)
long-term course of four clinical subtypes
Concomitants of risk and protection among
Luck, Tobias (Germany)
Filipino street youth
Operationalizing MCI memory impairment Sta. Maria, Madelene (Philippines)
criteria
Discussant: Nsamenang, Bame (Cameroon)
Correia, Rut (Spain)
IS-020 Invited Symposium
IS-017 Invited Symposium
11.30 13.30 h Room 15/16
11.30 13.30 h Room 44
Self-control and intelligence: What is their
Joint action: The cognitive mechanisms
relationship?
underlying human coordination
Chair: Gray, Jeremy (USA)
Chair: Bekkering, Harold (Netherlands)
Individual differences in self-control: Rela-
Joint action and the human brain
tion to intelligence
Newman-Norlund, Roger (Netherlands)
Shamosh, Noah (USA)
Erlhagen, Wolfram (Portugal)
Bicho, Estela (Portugal) Self-control as a multi-dimensional con
Knoblich, Gnther (United Kingdom) struct: Results from a meta-analysis
Sebanz, Natalie (United Kingdom) Duckworth, Angela Lee (USA)

IS-018 Invited Symposium Delay of gratification: Underlying mecha-


nisms and implications for the life course
11.30 13.30 h Room 11/12 Mischel, Walter (USA)
Brain oscillatory correlates of cognitive
processes IQ/cognitive reflection, risk taking and the
Chair: Klimesch, Wolfgang (Austria) role of task instructions
Frederick, Shane (USA)
Oscillatory events in light non-REM sleep
Schabus, Manuel (Austria)
The neural signature of multi-item work 11.30 12.30 h Hall 2.1
ing memory Presentation by the Deutsche Forschungs-
Axmacher, Nikolai (Germany) gemeinschaft (DFG)
(in German language)
Gamma oscillations and mnemonic func- For further information please see page 14.
tioning
Gruber, Thomas (Germany)
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S-006 Symposium S-035 Symposium


11.30 13.30 h Hall 5 11.30 13.30 h Salon 19

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Comparison of curriculum in professional Causal judgments under uncertainty
psychology programs in five countries: (Part II)
Similarities and differences in training Co-Chair: Hagmayer, York (Germany)
psychologists Co-Chair: Thring, Manfred (Germany)
Chair: McCarthy, Sherri (USA)
Modeling causal inferences and uncertain-
Psychology education in Mexico ty in ACT-R
Padilla, Alfredo (Mexico) Drewitz, Uwe (Germany)
Teaching psychology around the world: Causal diversity effects in clinical psycholo-
Russia, U.S., Brazil and Malaysia gists diagnostic reasoning
McCarthy, Sherri (USA) de Kwaadsteniet, Leontien (Netherlands)
Psychology education in Europe: Future Binding causal actions to their effects
trends Lagnado, David (United Kingdom)
Trapp, Annie (United Kingdom)
Undoing causal knowledge
Necka, Ed (Poland)
Osman, Magda (United Kingdom)
Marques, Frederico (Portugal)
Svetina, Matija (Slovenia) Transitivity heuristics in causal reasoning
Sumer, Nebi (Turkey) von Sydow, Momme (Germany)
Hautzinger, Martin (Germany)
S-036 Symposium
Discussant: Gomes, William (Brazil)
11.30 13.30 h Salon 20
S-034 Symposium The long-term effects of couple education
11.30 13.30 h Room 17/18 and therapy
Decision-making and problem solving in Chair: Christensen, Andrew (USA)
complex scenarios The long-term effects of premarital inter-
Co-Chair: Funke, Joachim (Germany) vention
Co-Chair: Huber, Oswald (Switzerland) Markman, Howard (USA)
Risk defusing behaviour: The impact of jus The 11-year long-term effects of the EPL-
tification pressure relationship enhancement program
Br, Arlette S. (Switzerland) Hahlweg, Kurt (Germany)
Risk-defusing operators for decision mak The 4-year effects of couple care: A flexible
ing in complex scenarios are scenario- delivery couple relationship education pro
specific gram
Funke, Joachim (Germany) Halford, Kim (Australia)
Risky decisions: Mental representation and Two and five-year follow-up results from a
decision process randomized clinical trial of couple therapy
Huber, Oswald (Switzerland) Christensen, Andrew (USA)
Managing complex personal risks: Cogni- Long-term effects of a couple-based inter-
tive appraisal and emotion in payment vention for couples coping with cancer
protection insurance decisions Heinrichs, Nina (Germany)
Ranyard, Rob (United Kingdom)
Discussant: Baucom, Donald H. (USA)
The quality of information utilization: A
central construct to model complex pro-
blem solving processes
Rollett, Wolfram (Germany)
Risk management in complex decision
making: A field study
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S-037 Symposium S-039 Symposium


11.30 13.30 h Salon 21 11.30 13.30 h Room 23
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Enhancing time perspective research: The New tool for analysis and visualization of
use of the Zimbardo time perspective in- teams and populations: Sociomapping
ventory across cultures Chair: Bahbouh, Radvan (Czech Republic)
Co-Chair: Fieulaine, Nicolas (France)
Osusky, Michal (Czech Republic)
Co-Chair: Milfont, Taciano L. (New Zealand)
Srb, Tomas (Czech Republic)
Zimbardo time perspective inventory: Its Rozehnalova, Eva (Czech Republic)
Brazilian-Portuguese version and its use in Hoschl, Cyril (Czech Republic)
environmental issues research Srb, Tomas (Czech Republic)
Milfont, Taciano L. (New Zealand) Bahbouh, Radvan (Czech Republic)

Adjusting the structure of the Zimbardo S-040 Symposium


time perspective inventory scales using 11.30 13.30 h Room 24
Russian data
Psychological contracts, commitment and
Mitina, Olga (Russia)
identification in organizations
Time perspective profiles from the Zimbar- Co-Chair: Rder, Sabine (Norway)
do time perspective inventory Co-Chair: Felfe, Joerg (Germany)
Diaz Morales, Juan Francisco (Spain)
Organizational commitment and customer
Zimbardo time perspective inventory: A satisfaction
comparison across cultures Beck, Anja (Germany)
Sircova, Anna (Russia)
Psychological contract and affective orga-
Time perspective issues in the French con nizational commitment: Mediating effects
text: Its social roots and psychological cor- of justice beliefs
relates in socially deprived situations Antoni, Conny Herbert (Germany)
Fieulaine, Nicolas (France)
A Swedish study on temps: Insecure psy-
Discussant: Zimbardo, Philip G. (USA) chological contract, but willing to stay
Bernhard-Oettel, Claudia (Sweden)
S-038 Symposium
11.30 13.30 h Salon 22 Employment biographies as predictors for
psychological contract formation
Psychological knowledge as commodity:
Rigotti, Thomas (Germany)
Value added or lost?
Chair: Dege, Martin (USA) A multilevel model of portfolio workers
psychological contracts: Differences in
Commodity as curse and as condition: A identification and loyalty
contextual perspective Rder, Sabine (Norway)
van Belzen, Jacob A. (Netherlands)
Discussant: Felfe, Joerg (Germany)
A culture-inclusive psychology: Who needs
it? S-041 Symposium
Klbl, Carlos (Germany) 11.30 13.30 h Room 25
Reflexivity and the ability to criticize Research on Mexican adolescents of diffe-
Dege, Carmen (Germany) rent cultural contexts
The school evaluation as a negotiation Chair: Vallejo Casarn, Alma (Mexico)
space: An intriguing picture of School- Depressive symptomatology of Mexican
family meetings adolescents from urban and totonaca
Marsico, Giuseppina (Italy) indigenous group
The commoditization of yoga Vallejo Casarn, Alma (Mexico)
Toise, Stefanie C. (USA) Sensation seeking and alcohol drinking in
Discussant: Dege, Martin (USA) Mexican adolescents
Discussant: Valsiner, Jaan (USA) Palacios, Jorge (Mexico)
Discussant: Charles, Eric (USA)

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Temperament and parental psychological Effort and cardiovascular correlates of fa


control as predictors of externalizing pro- tigue
blems in Mexican adolescents Wright, Rex A. (USA)

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Betancourt, Diana (Mexico)
Difficulty and incentive effects on beta-
Students moral personality, civic knowl adrenergic response
edge and attitudes in Mexican secondary Richter, Michael (Switzerland)
schools
Dysphoria and reward insensivity: Perfor-
Garca Cabrero, Benilde (Mexico)
mance incentives do not lead to increased
Subjective well-being and attempted sui cardiovascular response
cide in Tuxtla Gutirrez, Chiapas adoles- Brinkmann, Kerstin (Switzerland)
cents
The motivational significance of emotions:
Caas, Jose Luis (Mexico)
Gleanings from psychophysiology
Coping strategies of Mexican adolescents Stemmler, Gerhard (Germany)
from urban and totonaca indigenous group
Higher overcommitment to work is asso
measured by CRI-Y
ciated with lower norepinephrine secre
Vallejo Casarn, Alma (Mexico)
tion before and after acute psychosocial
stress in men
S-042 Symposium
Wirtz, Petra H. (Switzerland)
11.30 13.30 h Room 26
Components of arithmetic skills: Their Discussant: Gendolla, Guido (Switzerland)
diagnosis, prediction and use in remedial
S-045 Symposium
education
Co-Chair: Schoppek, Wolfgang (Germany) 11.30 13.30 h Room 29
Co-Chair: Grube, Dietmar (Germany) Environmental psychologys approaches
to induce behavioral change
Mathematical precursors assessed in kin- Co-Chair: Mosler, Hans-Joachim (Switzerland)
dergarten: Can they predict dyscalculia in Co-Chair: Matthies, Ellen (Germany)
primary school?
Seitz-Stein, Katja (Germany) Meta-analytical methods for the synthesis
of environmental psychological research
What accounts for understanding the
results
place-value system of multi-digit numbers
Bamberg, Sebastian (Germany)
in primary school children?
Krinzinger, Helga (Germany) Feedback and public commitment to im-
prove the environmental quality of farm-
Qualitative levels as basis for an arithmetic
lands
achievement test for children
Lokhorst, Anne Marike (Netherlands)
Fritz, Annemarie (Germany)
Planning interventions on a theoretical ba-
Making practice efficient: Enhancing arith-
sis: Applying a new integrative influence
metic skills by moderate amounts of com-
model of pro-environmental behaviour
puter-assisted individualized practice
Matthies, Ellen (Germany)
Schoppek, Wolfgang (Germany)
Developing dissemination and interven
Students emotions and coping with fail
tion strategies for a technical innovation
ure in computer-based learning environ-
Mosler, Hans-Joachim (Switzerland)
ments in mathematics
Tulis, Maria (Germany) Providing feedback as a means to em
power householders to save electricity: A
Discussant: van Lieshout, Ernest C.D.M. (Neth-
social cognitive approach
erlands)
Thogersen, John (Denmark)
S-043 Symposium
11.30 13.30 h Room 27
Perspectives in motivational intensity:
Psychophysiological processes
Chair: Gendolla, Guido (Switzerland)

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FP-024 Paper Session Cross-confessional research of religious


worldviews
11.30 13.30 h Room 30
Petrenko, Victor (Russia)
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Self concept and identity


Co-Chair: Oles, Piotr (Poland) From religious commitment to spiritual
Co-Chair: Obando Salazar, Olga Lucia (Colom- practices? Religious change in the Nether-
bia) lands
Popp-Baier, Ulrike (Netherlands)
Dialogicality and other dimensions of hu-
man nature FP-026 Paper Session
Oles, Piotr (Poland) 11.30 13.30 h Room 32
Abused girls and adolescents gender iden- Social issues: Unemployment
tity Co-Chair: Schmeink, Claudia Franziska
Obando Salazar, Olga Lucia (Colombia) (Germany)
Co-Chair: Sousa-Ribeiro, Marta (Portugal)
Whoami? Self-definition based on genetic
phylogenies The relationship among job search self-
Morf, Martin (Canada) efficacy, job search behaviors and out
A study on the correlation of college stu- comes of Chinese seniors
dents self-confidence and internal-exter- Chang, Xue-Liang (Peoples Republic of China)
nal control tendency Health behaviors and health risk behaviors
Che, Liping (Peoples Republic of China) among job-seekers
Critical thinking, identity styles, and com- Freyer-Adam, Jennis (Germany)
mitment: A study among middle adoles- Effects generated for the unemployment
cents in the social and psychic spheres
Hejazi Moughari, Elaheh (Islamic Republic of Garcia Rodriguez, Rosalba (USA)
Iran)
The effects of different counselling meth
Mindfulness as a self-concept integrating ods on job search behaviour
factor Schmeink, Claudia Franziska (Germany)
Jankowski, Tomasz (Poland)
Predictors of psychological distress and
FP-025 Paper Session satisfaction with life in a sample of Por
tuguese unemployed adults
11.30 13.30 h Room 31
Sousa-Ribeiro, Marta (Portugal)
Social issues: Religion
Co-Chair: Popp-Baier, Ulrike (Netherlands) Predicting the interindividual difference
Co-Chair: Mosavi Amiry, Seyed Jalal (Islamic of the intraindividual changes in job seek
Republic of Iran) ing behavior of the unemployed: A latent
growth model approach
Religiousness as a predictor of personality Zhou, Fan (Peoples Republic of China)
traits, locus of control and ways of coping
Akdeniz, Ceren (Turkey) FP-027 Paper Session

Investigation of religious orientation and 11.30 13.30 h Room 33


mental health in senile people Smoking and alcohol abuse
Mosavi Amiry, Seyed Jalal (Islamic Republic of Chair: Tang, Jessica Janice (United Kingdom)
Iran)
Application of self-determination theory
Relationship between attachment to god to smoking reduction: Role of relationally-
and reliance on god autonomous motivation
Ghobary Bonab, Bagher (Islamic Republic of Teng, Yue (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Iran) Republic of China)
The development and the psychometric in- The new smoking ban policy in Hong Kong:
vestigation of the Muslim Religious Orien- relationship between attitudes toward the
tation Scale (MROS) policy and social cognitive determinants of
Harlak, Hacer (Turkey) smoking
Tang, Jessica Janice (United Kingdom)

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Can smoking attentional bias be changed? Applicability of subjective well-being mo-


An examination of attentional retraining del in Korean children
in smokers, smokers attempting to quit Lee, Jeong Mi (Republic of Korea)

MONDAY, 21 JULY
and non-smokers
Home environment and personal values
Cane, James Edward (United Kingdom)
on adolescents of single parent families:
Underage drinking: For adults! An impact study In Goa
Carius, Roland (Luxembourg) Pinheiro, Michelle (India)
Family disharmony and sexual disadapta Intimacy in romantic relationships during
tion of patience with alcohol dependence young adulthood: The role of the mother-
and program of cognitive psychotherapy daughter relationship
and psychoprevention Coetzer, Elizabeth (South Africa)
Tolmacheva, Svetlana (Russia)
Direct and indirect effects of parenting on
adolescents psychosocial adaptation: The
FP-028 Paper Session
role of self disclosure and perceived paren-
11.30 13.30 h Room 34 tal knowledge among Turkish adolescents
Social and economic transition Sayil, Melike (Turkey)
Co-Chair: Dumont, Kitty (South Africa)
Co-Chair: Sassu, Raluca (Romania) FP-030 Paper Session
11.30 13.30 h Room 36
Exploring the expectations and experi
ences of new generation learners Team performance
Adams, Byron (South Africa) Co-Chair: Witte, Erich H. (Germany)
Co-Chair: Bechtoldt, Myriam (Netherlands)
Envisioning the future in at risk youth in
the South African context Creativity in teams across cultures
Ahmed, Rashid (South Africa) Bechtoldt, Myriam (Netherlands)
Idols from an intergroup perspective Simultaneous emotional arousal in teams
Dumont, Kitty (South Africa) leads to better performance
de Boer, Robert (Netherlands)
Marginalized model citizens: Civic engage-
ment patterns of undocumented immi- Social responsibility as trigger of motiva
grant youth in the United States tion gains in groups: The representer effect
Perez, William (USA) Hertel, Guido (Germany)
The strategies for coping with the migra The role of intragroup respect in task per-
tional stress of migrants formance in and for (in)groups
Roznowski, Bohdan (Poland) Renger, Daniela (Germany)
Social changes and life quality of the Ro- Does competence feedback improve group
manian adolescents performance in quantitative judgment
Sassu, Raluca (Romania) tasks?
Schultze, Thomas (Germany)
FP-029 Paper Session
PROMOD (PROcedural MODeration): Theo-
11.30 13.30 h Room 35 retical background and empirical results
The role of home and family in develop- on an innovative group facilitation tech-
ment nique
Co-Chair: Coetzer, Elizabeth (South Africa) Witte, Erich H. (Germany)
Co-Chair: Kindap, Yeliz (Turkey)

A comparison of family structure percep


tion and ideal between parents and their
young children
Mazaheri, Mohammad A. (Islamic Republic of
Iran)
The long-term negative effects of parental
conditional regard on students intrinsic
motivation and self worth
Kuttner, Simon (New Zealand)

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FP-031 Paper Session Mission cognition: Specially designed vi-


deo games for the development of higher
11.30 13.30 h Room 37
cognitive functions
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Team work Haddad Zubel, Rosita (Switzerland)


Co-Chair: Ganesh, M.P. (India)
Co-Chair: Gebert, Diether (Germany) Meta-analysis of sex differences in Piagets
water-level tasks: Summarizing 50 years of
Impact of interpersonal competence, goal research
setting, and team building competencies Pavlovic, Stefanie (Austria)
on personal effectiveness and job satisfac-
tion FP-033 Paper Session
Srivastava, Kailash B.L. (India) 11.30 13.30 h Room 39
New institutional approaches to foster in- Teacher competence, teacher beliefs and
ter- and transdisciplinary collaboration concepts of knowledge
Clases, Christoph (Switzerland) Co-Chair: Hachfeld, Axinja (Germany)
Co-Chair: Fiechter, Ursula (Switzerland)
Virtualness, cohesiveness, extra-role per-
formance and team climate in Indian soft- Does students immigration status matter?
ware development teams Teachers diagnostic accuracy in the evalu-
Ganesh, M.P. (India) ation of students mathematical achieve
Task and relationship conflicts: Are they ment
inseparable twins? Hachfeld, Axinja (Germany)
Kearney, Eric (Germany) Pre-service teachers epistemological be-
Knowledge exchange: Fostering perfor- liefs and conceptions about teaching and
mance of new services development teams learning: A Hong Kong study
through the combination of team meet Wong, Angel K.Y. (Hong Kong SAR of the
ings and cross functional communication Peoples Republic of China)
Gebert, Diether (Germany) Intuition in the teachers activity
Individual communicative styles of inter- Gilmanov, Sergey (Russia)
national space station astronauts What can we reliably know? Teachers con-
Yusupova, Anna (Russia) cepts of knowlegde at the beginning and
at the end of teacher training and after se-
FP-032 Paper Session veral years of teaching experience
11.30 13.30 h Room 38 Fiechter, Ursula (Switzerland)
The development of cognition and meta- Pedagogical knowledge as an aspect of
cognition across the lifespan teacher competence: Conceptualization
Chair: Haddad Zubel, Rosita (Switzerland) and test construction
Dubberke, Thamar (Germany)
Developmental differences in performance
and metacognitive accuracy in different FP-034 Paper Session
cognitive domains from adolescence to
middle adulthood 11.30 13.30 h Room 40
Bakracevic Vukman, Karin (Slovenia) Stressful life events
Co-Chair: Abbiati, Milena (Switzerland)
Lifespan age differences in monitoring and
Co-Chair: Vinayak, Seema (India)
selecting task difficulty
Schfer, Sabine (Germany) Emotions, social support and recovery in
Adolescents mental health and images of crime victims
self and parents Abbiati, Milena (Switzerland)
Ybrandt, Helene (Sweden) Psyschosocial impact of terrorism-induced
Development of childrens meta-cognition migration on the Kashmiri women
and effects on problem solving Vinayak, Seema (India)
Hao, Jiajia (Peoples Republic of China) Stress and extreme poverty in Peruvian
women
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Stress and resilience in paramedics IA-015 Invited Address


Baenninger-Huber, Eva (Austria)
13.45 14.45 h Hall 15.2A

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Occupational hazards and coping mechan Cooperation of complementary learning
isms of sex workers in south-western Ni- systems in memory
geria McClelland, James L. (USA)
Popoola, Bayode (Nigeria) Chair: Jacobs, Arthur (Germany)
Psychosocial support services for HIV/AIDS
orphans in Zimbabwe IA-016 Invited Address
Mutepfa, Magen (Zimbabwe) 13.45 14.45 h Hall 15.2B
The topological approach to perceptual
organization: Where visual processing
12.30 13.30 h Hall 2.1 begins
Presentation by the Alexander von Hum- Chen, Lin (Peoples Republic of China)
boldt-Foundation Chair: Lindenberger, Ulman (Germany)
For further information please see page 14.
FP-035 Paper Session
IA-009 Invited Address 13.45 14.45 h Hall 2.1
13.45 14.45 h Hall 3 Child and adolescent psychopathology I
Remembering unfamiliar faces Chair: Ludlow, Tracy (Australia)
Bruce, Vicki (United Kingdom)
Chair: Han, Buxin (Peoples Republic of China) Neuroticism and its relationship with de-
pressive symptoms and explanatory style
IA-010 Invited Address in children
Ludlow, Tracy (Australia)
13.45 14.45 h Hall 4
Psychosocial needs assessment of orphans Appearance-related social pressure as a
and non-orphans in Uganda: A case study risk-factor in the development of body dis-
in Masaka District satisfaction and disordered eating
Baguma, Peter (Uganda) Helfert, Susanne (Germany)
Chair: Sanchez Sosa, Juan Jose (Mexico) Fetal head growth mediates associations
of maternal folate in early pregnancy with
IA-011 Invited Address behavioural problems in childhood
13.45 14.45 h Hall 6 Schlotz, Wolff (United Kingdom)
Developmental science: An africentric
perspective FP-036 Paper Session
Nsamenang, Bame (Cameroon) 13.45 14.45 h Hall 2.2
Psychotherapy Research and treatment
IA-012 Invited Address methods II
13.45 14.45 h Hall 7 Chair: Brunanski, Dana (Canada)
Conceptual and methodological issues in
longitudinal studies of job performance Interventions with Aboriginal street youth
in Western Canada: A narrative explora
Chan, David (Singapore)
tion of experiences with counseling
Chair: Manzey, Dietrich (Germany)
Brunanski, Dana (Canada)
IA-013 Invited Address The effect of psychological and educa
13.45 14.45 h Roof garden tional family-centered early intervention
Contributions of cross-cultural perspec- on parents mental health of childrens with
tives to industrial and organizational psy- Down syndrome
chology: Advancements in theory, re- Faramarzi, Salar (Islamic Republic of Iran)
search and applications Presenting Pa.B.I.c.: Psychological-anam
Aycan, Zeynep (Turkey) nestic bereavement interview for care
givers
Guarino, Angela (Italy)

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Improving psychotherapy services for LGBT FP-040 Paper Session


clients: Perspectives of clients, therapists
13.45 14.45 h Hall 9
and administrators
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Israel, Tania (USA) Cross-cultural comparisons I


Chair: Gler, Tlin (Turkey)
FP-037 Paper Session
A cross-cultural investigation about con-
13.45 14.45 h Hall 2.3 tent of plays in preschool classes
Clinical neuropsychology I Gler, Tlin (Turkey)
Chair: Kolassa, Iris-Tatjana (Germany)
Cross-cultural identity issues in a compari-
Genes influence emotional memory: A de- son between Romanian and German fe-
letion variant of the alpha(2B)-adrenocep- male students
tor is related to enhanced intrusion symp Joja, Oltea (Romania)
toms in posttraumatic stress disorder Essentialism, naturalism, entitativity and
Kolassa, Iris-Tatjana (Germany) the expression of stereotypes
Electrophysiological parameters of indivi- Pereira, Marcos (Brazil)
dual psychological pecularities
Lebedev, Artur (Russia) FP-041 Paper Session
13.45 14.45 h Hall 10
FP-038 Paper Session Space, shape, and motion I
13.45 14.45 h Hall 5 Chair: Bridgeman, Bruce (USA)
Preschool, primary schools and transitions
between schools Treading a slippery slope: Perception of the
slopes of hills
Chair: Aliakbari, Mahnaz (Islamic Republic of
Bridgeman, Bruce (USA)
Iran)
The dynamic prediction effect of saccade
Positive transition: Promoting sucess and directions in re-mapping visual space
school adjustment in elementary school Chou, Yu-Ju (Taiwan)
transition
Coelho, Vitor (Portugal) Effects of surface lightness on the per
ceived height of rooms
Study impact of preschool on social devel Oberfeld, Daniel (Germany)
opment and educational progress of male
students in the elementary stage in Teh FP-042 Paper Session
ran
13.45 14.45 h Room 43
Aliakbari, Mahnaz (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Acquisition of language II
FP-039 Paper Session Chair: Shiu, Ling-Po (Hong Kong SAR of the
13.45 14.45 h Hall 8 Peoples Republic of China)
Culture and human development I Handwriting and learning to recognize
Chair: Narchal, Renu (Australia) Chinese characters
Shiu, Ling-Po (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
The psychological measurement of hones- Republic of China)
ty in Russia
Bormotov, Alexander (Russia) The impact of drama-based literacy prepa-
ration program on the 56 year olds pho-
Role of attachment in the perception of nological awareness skills
general ethnic discrimination and stress Karaman, Gke (Turkey)
Narchal, Renu (Australia)
Evaluation of a phonological awareness
Exploring Filipino mothers concept of hope program in kindergarten
Tolentino, Laramie (Philippines) Pocinho, Margarida (Portugal)
Involuntary remembering as a function of Work design and psychological work reac-
activity: A hypothesis of the historical evo- tions: The mediating effect of psychologi-
lution of mental functions cal strain and the moderating effect of so-
Yasnitsky, Anton (Canada) cial support
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Psychosocial factors associated to mental FP-047 Paper Session


health outcomes among human service
13.45 14.45 h Room 17/18
professionals in Mxico City

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Jurez Garca, Arturo (Mexico) Ethic behavior and trust II
Chair: Tang, Thomas Li-Ping (USA)
Workplace health management (WHM) as
a key concept for classic safety and pro- Antecedents and consequences of unethi-
gressive health issues cal behavior: Does economic development
Lueken, Kai (Germany) make a difference?
Tang, Thomas Li-Ping (USA)
Preliminary analysis of the MMPI results of
migrant and non migrant Mexicans The role of trust and organizational sup-
Garcia, Camilo (Mexico) port in transactive memory development
and job satisfaction
A taxometric analysis of health anxiety
Brauner, Elisabeth (USA)
Ferguson, Eamonn (United Kingdom)
Moral development of future Ukrainian
Rigidity in the dispositional model of fixed
managers by training
forms of behavior
Vynoslavska, Olena (Ukraine)
Zalevskiy, Genrikh (Russia)
FP-048 Paper Session
FP-045 Paper Session
13.45 14.45 h Hall 14.2
13.45 14.45 h Room 13/14
Cognitive development in childhood I
Contemporary and advanced approaches
to well-being at work II Chair: Elsner, Birgit (Germany)
Chair: Iwanowa, Anna (Austria) What do young infants learn from observ
ing goal-directed actions: Means, ends, or
Ressources, requirements, and stressors at
both?
the workplace in retail: The research pro-
Elsner, Birgit (Germany)
ject RASA
Iwanowa, Anna (Austria) Modulation of attention by emotional
faces in 7-month-old infants
Occupational stress in managers: Speci
Peltola, Mikko (Finland)
fication of stress syndromes in top and
middle management positions A comparative study on cognitive develop-
Kachina, Anastasia (Russia) ment of time between children with ADHD
and normal children
Relationship of job dimensions and stress
Fang, Ge (Peoples Republic of China)
among personnel of Saipa Car Company
Oreyzi, Hamid Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran) Facilitating socio-cognitive development
of primary school children through crea-
FP-046 Paper Session tive drama
13.45 14.45 h Room 15/16 Sharma, Charru (India)
Consequences of occupational stress II
CD-001 Controversial Debate
Chair: Wang, Xiao Lu (Peoples Republic of
China) 15.00 16.30 h Hall 6
Functional neuroimaging has already told
Work-related stress and depression sus us a lot about cognition: Yes or no?
ceptibility of employees in the financial Moderator: Villringer, Arno (Germany)
services industry Debater: Coltheart, Max (Australia)
Wang, Xiao Lu (Peoples Republic of China) Debater: Friston, Karl J. (United Kingdom)
Top managers and anxiety: An explorative
Please see page 400 for further information.
qualitative study
Harding, Gabi (Germany)
IA-018 Invited Address
Learned helplessness among the subordi- 15.00 16.30 h Hall 7
nates of abusive supervisors The evolutionary basis for the relation-
Rashid, Tabassum (Saudi Arabia) ship between emotion and attention
hman, Arne (Sweden)
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IA-020 Invited Address FP-051 Paper Session


15.00 16.30 h Hall 14.2 15.00 16.30 h Hall 2.3
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Time and memory: Combining behaviour Health and psychological adjustment in


al, neuroimaging, and neuropsychological aging
approaches Co-Chair: Rosnah, Ismail (Malaysia)
Pouthas, Viviane (France) Co-Chair: Michels, Tom (Luxembourg)
Chair: Kluwe, Rainer (Germany)
Network structures, perceived support ex-
IA-021 Invited Address change and life appraisal: A comparison of
home dwelling elderly and nursing home
15.00 16.30 h Hall 15.2B
residents
On a psychology of passion
Michels, Tom (Luxembourg)
Vallerand, Robert J. (Canada)
Behavioural independence and psycho
FP-049 Paper Session logical well-being in very old age: Can
15.00 16.30 h Hall 2.1 housing make a difference?
Oswald, Frank (Germany)
Psychological disorders II
Chair: Thewissen, Viviane (Netherlands) Socioeconomic determinants of self-rated
health among older Malaysians: Non-
Sleep disorders in patients with Schizo- comparative and age-comparative models
phrenia: A review Rosnah, Ismail (Malaysia)
Bosch, Margaretha (Netherlands)
Elders on long term care existential and
Emotional changes and paranoia: An expe- psychological concerns: A qualitative study
rience sampling study Rivera, Luz (Puerto Rico)
Thewissen, Viviane (Netherlands)
Predicting physical activity in older people:
Screening attitudes towards schizophre- Social-cognitive determinants and health
nia related dispositions
Yksel, Muazzez Merve (Turkey) Grano, Caterina (Italy)

FP-050 Paper Session FP-052 Paper Session


15.00 16.30 h Hall 2.2 15.00 16.30 h Hall 4
Identity and self-development in adult- Social psychological responses to terro-
hood rism and state violence
Co-Chair: Grmer, Sebastian (Germany) Co-Chair: Kimmel, Paul (USA)
Co-Chair: Becker, Martina (Austria) Co-Chair: Zinchenko, Yury (Russia)
Coping with social change: The role of self- A report about the psychological conse-
efficacy and control-beliefs quences of the war on terrorism
Grmer, Sebastian (Germany) Kimmel, Paul (USA)
Positive relationships and self-worth in The Jena terrorism study: Behind terrorism
lifespan development attitudes
Becker, Martina (Austria) Orlamnder, Nicole (Germany)
The training of creativity as a means of Psychological aspects in research of terror
students self-actualization development ism
Bykova, Anastasia (Russia) Zinchenko, Yury (Russia)
Living on the edge: A scale of risk behav Attitudes to peace and a states rights to
iors for young adults violence: A South African survey
Banozic, Adrijana (Croatia) Akhurst, Jacqueline (United Kingdom)
Attitudinal responses to lifestyle changes Listening to the experiences of military
and their consequences service personnel
Maass, Vera (USA) Hector, Mark (USA)

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FP-060 Paper Session Resilience promotion in disaster area of


Peru
15.00 16.30 h Hall 5
Alcalde, Aurea (Peru)

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Childhood and adolescence in the pres
ence of socioeconomic disadvantage or Global assessment and comparison of chil
physical disorder drens reactions after an earthquake disas
Chair: Grob, Alexander (Switzerland) ter
Bulut, Sefa (Turkey)
Development of playing activity in chil
Strategic process, entrepreneurial orienta-
dren aged 1 to 3 years reared in institu-
tion, human capital and success of accom-
tions
modation businesss entrepreneurs in 2004
Kostadinova, Krasimira (Bulgaria)
Tsunami disaster area, Thailand
Improving computer literacy and initiating Pavakanun, Ubolwanna (Thailand)
positive development by peer tutoring in
Germany and Siberia: The pc4youth pro- FP-055 Paper Session
gram 15.00 16.30 h Hall 10
Grob, Alexander (Switzerland) Persuasion and communication I
Emotional disturbances and family organi- Co-Chair: Wnke, Michaela (Switzerland)
zation in eating disorders Co-Chair: Lepastourel, Nadia (France)
Rommel, Delphine (France)
The pretrial effects of narrative and argu-
FP-053 Paper Session mentative writing style of press articles
Lepastourel, Nadia (France)
15.00 16.30 h Hall 8
Research in fields of environmentally rele- The persuasiveness of ambiguous informa-
vant behavior tion: If they advertise it, it must be good
Co-Chair: Nordlund, Annika (Sweden) Wnke, Michaela (Switzerland)
Co-Chair: Peters, Anja (Switzerland) Reactance and defense-motivated infor-
mation processing
Verbal interaction in brand-communica-
Ziegler, Rene (Germany)
tion: Social and psychological aspect
Brovkina, Julia (Russia) The Influence of electronic-word-of-mouth
on purchase intention and attribution of
Psychological determinants of the impor-
post-purchase regret
tance of energy consumption within car
Li, Tsz Wai Gloria (Hong Kong SAR of the Peo-
purchase
ples Republic of China)
Peters, Anja (Switzerland)
Segmenting owners of clean cars: Effects FP-062 Paper Session
of values, beliefs, norms and habits on 15.00 16.30 h Roof garden
consumers eco-friendly behavior Ethnic and race issues I
Nordlund, Annika (Sweden) Chair: Buzhgeyeva, Elena (Russia)
Motivation component of fund-raising ac-
tivities of environmental NGOs Ethnopsychological peculiarities of self-
Karamushka, Victor (Ukraine) actualization and its development
Buzhgeyeva, Elena (Russia)
FP-054 Paper Session Impact of sociodemographic variables and
15.00 16.30 h Hall 9 stressful life events on the mental health
Psychology of disaster of Ecuadorian immigrants in Spain
Co-Chair: Mukhopadhyay, Durgadas (India) Gonzalez-Castro, Jose Luis (Spain)
Co-Chair: Kumar, Manasi (United Kingdom) The acculturation process in a mine in
South Africa
Gender attitudes and approaches in disas
Jackson, Leon (South Africa)
ter risk reduction
Mukhopadhyay, Durgadas (India) Germans in Ukraine: Depression as indica-
tor of ethnofunctional disadaptation
Attachment and social trauma of young
Kayger, Valeriy (Ukraine)
survivors of Gujarat earthquake and riots
Kumar, Manasi (United Kingdom)

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FP-056 Paper Session Relationship of approaches of job-design


(mechanistic and motivational approaches)
15.00 16.30 h Hall 15.2A
with job attitudes in four industrial com-
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Person perception and impression forma panies


tion I Oreyzi, Hamid Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Co-Chair: Fetchenhauer, Detlef (Germany)
Co-Chair: Hoffmann, Mareike (Germany) FP-058 Paper Session

Job applications, voting behavior and uni- 15.00 16.30 h Room 44


versity recruitment: Evidence for a multi Inhibitory processing
dimensional attractiveness-gender bias in Co-Chair: Yu, Guoliang (Peoples Republic of
selection contexts China)
Agthe, Maria (Germany) Co-Chair: Jaffard, Magali (France)
The (dis)order of impression formation: Topological properties in preview search:
Order information in person memory Inhibition of feature-based in prioritizing
Costa, Rui S. (Portugal) selection
Womens attractiveness depends more on Hao, Fang (Peoples Republic of China)
their age than mens: New evidence for a Inhibition of color-based in prioritizing se-
double standard of aging lection
Felser, Georg (Germany) Yu, Guoliang (Peoples Republic of China)
Doing better when knowing less: The in- Proactive inhibitory control on simple reac-
fluence of feedback and reasoning on the tion time: Event-related fMRI study
validity of person perception Jaffard, Magali (France)
Fetchenhauer, Detlef (Germany)
Backward inhibition effect on the atten
What is beautiful leads good? Attractive- tional blink
ness, masculinity, femininity and ascribed Sdoia, Stefano (Italy)
leadership skills
Hoffmann, Mareike (Germany) Inhibition of return found in dynamic
search
FP-057 Paper Session Wang, Zhiguo (Peoples Republic of China)
15.00 16.30 h Room 43 FP-059 Paper Session
Job attitudes
15.00 16.30 h Room 13/14
Chair: Shokrkon, Hossein (Islamic Republic of
Neuropsychology I
Iran)
Chair: Sabel, Bernhard (Germany)
Relationships between organizational pro-
cesses and job attitudes in the personnel Restoration of vision after optic nerve le
of a steel factory in Ahvaz, Iran sions by electrical brain synchronization
Shokrkon, Hossein (Islamic Republic of Iran) Sabel, Bernhard (Germany)

How income plays a crucial role on the per Cortical inhibition in adult attention-defi-
sonnels attitudes toward different aspects cit/hyperactivity disorder patients meas
of their organization ured by transcranial magnetic stimulation
Samavatyan, Hossein (Islamic Republic of Iran) Richter, Melany M. (Germany)

Leadership culture as a predictor of quality FP-061 Paper Session


of working life: A hierarchical linear model
15.00 16.30 h Room 17/18
approach
Ulferts, Heike (Austria) Psychopharmacology I
Chair: James, Jack (Ireland)
A study on the relations among the teach
ers competency, self-efficiency, perfor- The stimulant-like properties of dietary
mance and job satisfactory caffeine are non-existent after controlling
Xu, Jianping (Peoples Republic of China) for physical dependence and withdrawal
reversal
James, Jack (Ireland)

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Effect of DNA methylation in hippocampus Relationship of protect motivation theory


and prefrontal cortex on acquisition and and condom use among female sex work
expression of cocaine-induced place prefe- ers in China

MONDAY, 21 JULY
rence in C57 mice Ran, Zhao (Peoples Republic of China)
Han, Jin (Peoples Republic of China)
Health related risk factors of excessive in-
Different effects of imipramine and fluox ternet use among adolescents
etine on anhedonia and anxiety-related Meixner, Sabine (Germany)
behavior induced by chronic mild stress in
adolescent rats FP-066 Paper Session
Wang, Weiwen (Peoples Republic of China) 15.00 16.30 h Salon 22
Effects of the basolateral amygdala inacti- Special needs and strengths of particular
vation on defensive responses of morphine learner groups: ADHD, at-risk-learners,
abstinence rats in elevated T-maze and gifted students I
Li, Jie (Peoples Republic of China) Chair: Lee, Pei-Chin (Taiwan)

FP-063 Paper Session Behavioral parent training for children


with ADHD: A meta-analytic study
15.00 16.30 h Salon 19
Lee, Pei-Chin (Taiwan)
Risk and decision making I
Chair: Hau, Robin (Switzerland) Self beliefs, school context and Attention
Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): Per
Simple strategies in decisions from expe- ception from Brazilian teenagers and
rience young adults
Hau, Robin (Switzerland) Loos, Helga (Brazil)
Representation format and contextual fac-
FP-067 Paper Session
tors in simple probability judgments
Navarrete, Gorka (Spain) 15.00 16.30 h Room 23
Stereotypes and categorization I
Keeping in mind what you cannot have:
Chair: Deutsch, Roland (Germany)
Memory advantages for excluded options
in choice situation How subtyping shapes perception: Predict
Ritter, Johannes O. (Switzerland) able exceptions to the rule reduce atten
tion to stereotype-associated dimensions
FP-064 Paper Session Deutsch, Roland (Germany)
15.00 16.30 h Salon 20
Discriminated groups belief validation
Risk assessment in young offenders I and change: The role of heterogeneity and
Chair: Dahle, Klaus-Peter (Germany) consensus information
Lopes, Diniz (Portugal)
Idiographical assessment of risk of reof-
fence: Is there some incremental predictive Open your mind: Reduction of cognitive
validity relative to established standard ingroup projection by priming complex
ized measures? superordinate categories
Dahle, Klaus-Peter (Germany) Waldzus, Sven (Portugal)
Psycopathy and violent crime: Case study Dont just look listen! Influence of audi-
in Estabelecimento Prisional de Paos de tory cues on social categorization
Ferreira Rakic, Tamara (Germany)
Filipe Saraiva, Carlos Augusto (Portugal)
FP-068 Paper Session
FP-065 Paper Session 15.00 16.30 h Room 24
15.00 16.30 h Salon 21 Stress and mental health I
Social-cognitive mechanisms I Chair: Sedrakyan, Sedrak (Armenia)
Chair: van Empelen, Pepijn (Netherlands)
Individual and group stress reactions
Discontinuity patterns and stage transi- Sedrakyan, Sedrak (Armenia)
tions in relation to the uptake of a kidney
Creating an interprofessional culture in
screening tool: An application of the Pre-
mental health services
caution Adoption Process Model (PAPM)
Vingilis, Evelyn (Canada)
van Empelen, Pepijn (Netherlands)
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Internal picture of actual state of person in What do assessment centers really meas
the total score of his health state ure? Complex problem-solving behaviour
Zalevskiy, Genrikh (Russia) as a contribution to the construct validity
MONDAY, 21 JULY

of assessment centers
Study of terrible and emotional films influ-
Schltz, Benjamin (Germany)
ence on sIgA
Hakim Javadi, Mansour (Islamic Republic of Iran) The impact of technology on changing
practice in psychological assessment
FP-069 Paper Session Bartram, Dave (United Kingdom)
15.00 16.30 h Room 25 The exploring the Chinese managers abili-
Substance abuse/epidemiology, course ty to execute
and intervention I Fang, Liluo (Peoples Republic of China)
Chair: Stopsack, Malte (Germany)
FP-072 Paper Session
A longitudinal test of the acquired prepar
15.00 16.30 h Room 28
edness model for alcohol use in an adoles-
cent community sample: Results of the Memory processes I
Greifswalder family study Chair: Santi, Angelo (Canada)
Stopsack, Malte (Germany)
Directed forgetting of rats memory for
Drug addiction: A study on subjective well- event duration
being as a function of socioeconomic sta- Santi, Angelo (Canada)
tus and place of residence.
Framing effects in childrens intentional
Khan, Mozibul Huq Azad (Bangladesh)
forgetting
Preventing substance abuse among the Aslan, Alp (Germany)
secondary school adolescents in Nigeria
Retrieval induced forgetting and transfer
through self control
appropriate processing
Fayombo, Grace Adebisi (Barbados)
Wilbert, Jrgen (Germany)
Brief motivational interventions for sexual
risk reduction in alcohol detoxification FP-073 Paper Session
Brems, Christiane (USA) 15.00 16.30 h Room 29
Categorization and conditional reasoning I
FP-070 Paper Session
Chair: Mathy, Fabien (Germany)
15.00 16.30 h Room 26
Assessment and prediction of the attain- Algorithmic distances versus geometrical
ment of domain-specific and cross-curri- distances in categorization processes
cular competencies I Mathy, Fabien (France)
Chair: Frey, Andreas (Germany) Sustain and heterogeneous category re-
presentation
Assessing the attainment of educational
Yang, Lee-Xieng (Taiwan)
standards: Gains in measurement efficien-
cy by multidimensional adaptive testing WS-024 Workshop
Frey, Andreas (Germany)
16.00 18.45 h Room 30
Psychometric assessment of interpersonal BDP Workshop I: Workshop fr Studie
skills: Their inclusion in the selection pro- rende: Psychologie unterrichten
cesses of medical and health science
Bovet, Gislinde (Germany)
courses
Kowal, Sabine (Germany)
Nixon, Judy (Australia)
Application of many-facet Rasch model in WS-025 Workshop
rater training for subjective items 16.00 18.45 h Room 31
Li, Zhongquan (Peoples Republic of China) BDP Workshop II: Schulpsychologie in
Deutschland
FP-071 Paper Session
Drewes, Stefan (Germany)
15.00 16.30 h Room 27 Seifried, Klaus (Germany)
Assessment and job performance I
Chair: Schltz, Benjamin (Germany)

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WS-026 Workshop WS-033 Workshop


16.00 18.45 h Room 32 16.00 18.45 h Room 39

MONDAY, 21 JULY
BDP Workshop III: Frderung von hoch BDP Workshop X: Krisenintervention in
begabten Schlerinnen und Schlern in der Schule
Deutschland Storath, Roland (Germany)
Gemeinhardt, Elke (Germany) Donath, Ina (Germany)

WS-027 Workshop WS-034 Workshop


16.00 18.45 h Room 33 16.00 18.45 h Room 40
BDP Workshop IV: Fortschritte in der Be- BDP Workshop XI: Freiberufliche psycho-
handlung von Essstrungen am Beispiel logische Ttigkeit im Spannungsfeld von
des Heihungers (Binge Eating Disorder, Regulierung und Deregulierung
BED) und des bergewichts Szab, Attila (Germany)
Hilbert, Anja (Germany)
Tuschen-Caffier, Brunna (Germany) IS-021 Invited Symposium
16.45 18.45 h Hall 2.2
WS-028 Workshop
Why people care about justice (and why
16.00 18.45 h Room 34 they somtimes dont)
BDP Workshop V: Sorgen-Exposition: Ent- Chair: Dalbert, Claudia (Germany)
wicklung furchterregender Imaginationen
zur Reduzierung von Angst System justification: How do we know its
Hoyer, Jrgen (Germany) motivated?
Beesdo, Katja (Germany) Jost, John (USA)
Gloster, Andrew (Germany) Morality as a constraint on deference to
authority: Implications for justice theory
WS-029 Workshop and research
16.00 18.45 h Room 35 Skitka, Linda J. (USA)
BDP Workshop VI: Stresskompetenztrai- Delinquency as a response to exclusion
ning in Rehabilitation und Prvention from justice
Kch, Dieter (Germany) Emler, Nicholas (United Kingdom)
WS-030 Workshop On the differentiation of an implicit and a
self-attributed justice motive
16.00 18.45 h Room 36
Dalbert, Claudia (Germany)
BDP Workshop VII: Wie kam das Unglck
in die Welt und wie wird es immer wieder Discussant: Montada, Leo (Germany)
weitergegeben?
Lucas, Dietmar (Germany) IS-022 Invited Symposium
16.45 18.45 h Hall 2.3
WS-031 Workshop The impact of internet testing on people
16.00 18.45 h Room 37 and society
BDP Workshop VIII: Virtuell-reale Exposi Chair: Coyne, Iain (United Kingdom)
tionstherapie VRET: Theorie, Wirksamkeit
und praktische Anwendung Good practice issues within internet test
ing
Mhlberger, Andreas (Germany)
Coyne, Iain (United Kingdom)
Pauli, Paul (Germany)
Where is occupational testing going? Some
WS-032 Workshop indications for the future
16.00 18.45 h Room 38 Bartram, Dave (United Kingdom)
BDP Workshop IX: Stressresilienz durch Self-assessments for prospective students:
metaloges Kreativ-Coaching A new way to increase person-environ-
Scholz, Wolf-Ulrich (Germany) ment fit of college students in Germany by
means of internet based tests
Hornke, Lutz F. (Germany)

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Computer-based and internet-delivered Abnormal cortical activation and atypical


testing in South Africa: History and good brain structure in Chinese developmental
practice challenges dyslexia
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Foxcroft, Cheryl D. (South Africa) Tan, Li Hai (Peoples Republic of China)


Providing secure high-stakes tests over the Neuroimaging studies of dyslexia: Poten
internet: Practical solutions tial applications
Foster, David (USA) Price, Cathy (United Kingdom)

IS-024 Invited Symposium IS-040 Invited Symposium


16.45 18.45 h Hall 3 16.45 18.45 h Hall 5
Children and adolescents social compe- Process models for microgenetic concious-
tence in cultural context perception phenomena
Chair: Chen, Xinyin (Canada) Chair: Bachmann, Talis (Estonia)

Cultural aspects of the development of re- The superficial nature of visual conscious
gulatory behaviour: Maternal reactions to ness: Proposal and implications
childrens frustration in Germany and In- Breitmeyer, Bruno (USA)
dia
Modeling both spatial and temporal as
Heikamp, Tobias (Germany)
pects of visual microgenesis
Religious involvement and the social com- Herzog, Michael H. (Switzerland)
petence of Indonesian Muslim adolescents:
Time-frequency functions of EEG responses:
A longitudinal study
Are there signatures of the microgenesis
French, Doran (USA)
of visual perceptual awareness
Adolescent deviant behaviors across cul- Aru, Jaan (Germany)
tures
The microgenesis of non-retinotopic form
Dishion, Thomas (USA)
perception
Emotional competence in Nepalese and US gmen, Haluk (USA)
children
Contributions of attention to the micro
Cole, Pamela (USA)
genesis of conscious perception
Shyness-sensitivity and social, school and Scharlau, Ingrid (Germany)
psychological adjustment in urban and ru-
Discussant: Bachmann, Talis (Estonia)
ral Chinese children
Chen, Xinyin (Canada) IS-027 Invited Symposium
Discussant: Li, Li (USA) 16.45 18.45 h Hall 7
Discussant: Li, Jin (USA) Can happiness change: Implications for
theory and policy
IS-038 Invited Symposium
Chair: Lucas, Richard E. (USA)
16.45 18.45 h Hall 4
Developmental dyslexia Health and happiness: The Role of health
Chair: Wimmer, Heinz (Austria) conditions in subjective well-being
Lucas, Richard E. (USA)
Behavioral manifestations and cognitive
Greater happiness for a greater number: Is
dysfunctions
that possible?
Wimmer, Heinz (Austria)
Veenhoven, Ruut (Netherlands)
Impaired visual tuning for print in dyslexic
Subjective well-being: How do genes and
children learning to read
environment contribute to stability and
Maurer, Urs (Switzerland)
change?
Dyslexia: A dysfunction of the visual word Roysamb, Espen (Norway)
form area?
Intraindividual and interindividual varia
Kronbichler, Martin (Austria)
tion in life satisfaction following multiple
Brain dysfunctions and compensatory me- life events
chanisms Luhmann, Maike (Germany)
Hoeft, Fumiko (USA)

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Parents reaction and adaptation to the IS-031 Invited Symposium


birth of a child
16.45 18.45 h Hall 8
Dyrdal, Gunvor Marie (Norway)

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Advances in the study of personality sys
Similar changes in spouses subjective well- tems: The self, agency, and personality
being coherence
Schimmack, Ulrich (Canada) Chair: Cervone, Daniel (USA)
IS-029 Invited Symposium Social-cognitive systems and personality
16.45 18.45 h Hall 9 coherence: The KAPA model of personality
Emotion and the brain architecture
Chair: Hamm, Alfons (Germany) Cervone, Daniel (USA)
Self-efficacy beliefs across domains of
Emotion and motivation: Brain and reflex functioning and their relation to traits and
activation in perception and anticipation values
Lang, Peter (USA) Caprara, Gian Vittorio (Italy)
Testing psychological theories of emotion The dialogical self: Between exchange and
by investigating the human amygdala dominance
Sander, David (Switzerland) Oles, Piotr (Poland)
Defensive learning and the brain: Virtual Volition and self-development: The dyna-
reinforcers mics of personality systems interactions
Bradley, Margaret (USA) Kuhl, Julius (Germany)
Brain activation during fear conditioning
depends on genetic variations related to IS-032 Invited Symposium
functioning of the hypothalamic-pituitary- 16.45 18.45 h Hall 14.2
adrenal axis Lesbian, gay and bisexual health
Flor, Herta (Germany) Chair: Anderson, Clinton (USA)
Anticipation and exposure to threat
Homophobia and discrimination along the
Hamm, Alfons (Germany)
life cycle: A psychological perspective
IS-030 Invited Symposium Ardila, Ruben (Colombia)

16.45 18.45 h Hall 10 Internalized homophobia


Sleep disturbances in old age: A challenge Steffens, Melanie (Germany)
for psychology Sexual behavior and health of gay men: A
Chair: Nordhus, Inger Hilde (Norway) psychosocial evolution
Haldeman, Douglas (USA)
Does age influence the effect of insomnia
on work disability? Lesbians and breast cancer: Qualitative ap-
Overland, Simon (Norway) proaches
Fish, Julie (United Kingdom)
CBT versus pharmacological treatment of
insomnia in older adults Discussant: Hospers, Harm J. (Netherlands)
Sivertsen, Brge (Norway)
IS-033 Invited Symposium
Group cognitive behavioural therapy for
16.45 18.45 h Hall 15.2A
anxiety, depression and sleep disturbances
in patients with chronic respiratory illness Integrating approaches from education,
Hynninen, Minna J. (Norway) usability and cognitive science for effi
cient e-learning deployment: The expe-
Civilian survivors of war-time bombing rience of the WELKOM Leonardo project
and sleep disturbances in old age Chair: Grinberg, Maurice (Bulgaria)
Winje, Dagfinn (Norway)
Usability testing during the whole deploy-
ment cycle for e-learning systems
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Developing and evaluating a prototype of The relationship between phonological


an adaptive tutoring system for English awareness, phonological memory, Rapid
grammar learning Automatized Naming (RAN) and reading in
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Kremser, Mark (Germany) monolingual and bilingual English chil


dren
Game-based learning: Development of a
Stainthorp, Rhona (United Kingdom)
general methodology for creating serious
games Relationship between Rapid Automatized
Linek, Stephanie (Austria) Naming (RAN), reading comprehension
and fluency in English and Kanada alpha-
IS-034 Invited Symposium syllabary
16.45 18.45 h Hall 15.2B Padakannaya, Prakash (India)
Metacognition, affect and self-regulation
IS-036 Invited Symposium
Chair: Efklides, Anastasia (Greece)
16.45 18.45 h Room 44
Emotions in comprehension monitoring Organizational psychology in Ukraine:
and regulation Main trends and developments
Vauras, Marja (Finland) Chair: Karamushka, Liudmyla (Ukraine)
Learning through online information
Positive and negative aspects of change
searching: The effects of epistemic meta-
processes in Ukrainian organizations
cognition, interest in surfing the web and
Karamushka, Liudmyla (Ukraine)
interest in the topic
Mason, Lucia (Italy) Psychological profile of project leaders in
business organizations
Interest: A significant thread binding cog
Berdnikova, Elena (Ukraine)
nition and affect in the regulation of learn
ing Organization employees competitiveness:
Ainley, Mary (Australia) A team performance improving or aggra-
vating factor?
Students strategic behavior and its rela-
Fil, Alena (Ukraine)
tions to performance and to academic self-
concept Training of organizational psychologists
Dermitzaki, Irini (Greece) to team building: German-Ukrainian expe-
rience
Is mastery goal orientation associated with
Schmidt-Brasse, Ute (Germany)
state anxiety? The role of attitudes
Efklides, Anastasia (Greece) What causes professional stress in educa-
tion managers?
Discussant: Nenniger, Peter (Germany)
Bondarchuk, Olena (Ukraine)
IS-035 Invited Symposium Development of competitiveness in econo-
16.45 18.45 h Room 43 mics students as a prerequisite of their fu-
RAN (Rapid Automatized Naming) and ture efficient work in organizations
reading: Current research trends Tereshchenko, Kira (Ukraine)
Chair: Padakannaya, Prakash (India) Discussant: Kozusznik, Barbara (Poland)

Speed of processing, rapid naming, and IS-037 Invited Symposium


reading in adult compensated dyslexics
16.45 18.45 h Room 13/14
Georgiou, George (Canada)
Computational models of episodic memo-
Specific reading disorder and specific spel- ry (Part II)
ling disorder Chair: Lewandowsky, Stephan (Australia)
Landerl, Karin (Germany)
Memory processes
Is fluency an independent component of
Dunn, John (Australia)
reading?
Joshi, R. Malatesha (USA) A global memory model of intentional for-
getting
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How to say no in short-term recognition: Simultaneous recording of eye movements


Single- and dual-process models and ERPs indicates early access to word
Oberauer, Klaus (United Kingdom) meaning in natural, left-to-right reading

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Dimigen, Olaf (Germany)
How a dual-process model of recognition
accounts for spurious recollection On the interplay between spatial informa-
Reder, Lynne (USA) tion, word recognition and the use of
context during reading
A unified framework for immediate serial
Juhasz, Barbara (USA)
recall, Hebb effects, and the learning of
phonological word-forms Childrens reading of disappearing text
Page, Mike (United Kingdom) Blythe, Hazel (USA)
How relative are positional represantions Eye movement control in reading Chinese
in serial recall? script: The Beijing sentence corpus
Farrell, Simon (United Kingdom) Yan, Ming (Peoples Republic of China)
Lewandowsky, Stephan (Australia)
Binocular fixations: What happens when
each eye looks at a different word?
IS-039 Invited Symposium
Kreiner, Hamutal (United Kingdom)
16.45 18.45 h Room 17/18
Advances in the research of obsessive- S-007 Symposium
compulsive disorders 16.45 18.45 h Hall 6
Chair: Gavino, Aurora (Spain) Behavioral and brain plasticity in aging
Obsessive-compulsive behaviors in chil Co-Chair: Lvdn, Martin (Germany)
dren and adolescents in Spain: A descrip- Co-Chair: Schmiedek, Florian (Germany)
tive study
Aging and training-induced plasticity
Ruiz, Victor M. (Spain)
Erickson, Kirk I. (USA)
Obsessive-compulsive behaviors in children
Training-induced cognitive plasticity in old
and adolescents in Spain: A descriptive
age
study
Schmiedek, Florian (Germany)
Gavino, Aurora (Spain)
Structual brain plasticity induced by cog-
Cognitive models of obsessive compulsive
nitve training in old age
disorder and young people
Lvdn, Martin (Germany)
Reynolds, Shirley (United Kingdom)
Behavioral and brain plasticity of execu
Rules about rules about compulsions in
tive functions in aging
OCD
Dahlin, Erika (Sweden)
Freeston, Mark (United Kingdom)
Behavioral and brain plasticity of working
Enhancing the efficacy of behavior thera-
memory in aging
py for OCD with D-cycloserine
Brehmer, Yvonne (Sweden)
Tolin, David F. (USA)
Discussant: Kempermann, Gerd (Germany)
Obsessive-compulsive behaviors in children
and adolescents in Spain: A descriptive S-211 Symposium
study
Godoy, Antonio (Spain) 16.45 18.45 h Room 11/12
The Psychology of Sehnsucht (life long
S-046 Symposium ings): Connections with related psycho
16.45 18.45 h Hall 2.1 logical fields
Reading as the eyes and the brain see it: Co-Chair: Kotter-Grhn, Dana (Germany)
Evidence from eye-movement and ERP re- Co-Chair: Scheibe, Susanne (USA)
search A lifespan perspective on Sehnsucht (life
Chair: Kliegl, Reinhold (Germany) longings): Utopia of a perfect life
Scheibe, Susanne (USA)
Frequency and predictability effects on
event-related potentials and eye-move- A goal-theory view of Sehnsucht/Longing
ments Klinger, Eric (USA)
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Evolutionary reasons for problems from Gender issues in secondary prevention of


Sehnsucht (life longings) coronary heart disease
Nesse, Randolph M. (USA) Weidner, Gerdi (USA)
MONDAY, 21 JULY

A lifespan view on Sehnsucht (life long The role of social norms in predicting mens
ings) cancer screening intentions and behaviour
Staudinger, Ursula M. (Germany) Sieverding, Monika (Germany)
If I wrote a novel : Sehnsucht for a dif- Gender differences in health complaints:
ferent I and self-regulatory processes The role of society and cultural background
Greve, Werner (Germany) Brhler, Elmar (Germany)
Heavy episodic drinking in young adults:
S-047 Symposium
Psychological variables mediate sex differ
16.45 18.45 h Salon 19 ences in alcohol consumption
Mathematical cognition: Development, Zimmermann, Friederike (Germany)
representation, cerebral mechanisms and
individual differences Age and gender differences in childrens
health perceptions and health behaviours
Co-Chair: Wartenburger, Isabell (Germany)
Chater, Angel (United Kingdom)
Co-Chair: van der Meer, Elke (Germany)
Physician-diagnosed obesity in German 6
Numerical estimation abilities in primary to 14-year-olds: Prevalence and comorbidi-
school children: A comparison of low, nor- ty for internal disorders, external disorders
mal and high achievers in the mathemati- and sleep disorders with regard to gender
cal domain Kohlmann, Carl-Walter (Germany)
Heine, Angela (Germany)
The development of symbolic and non- S-049 Symposium
symbolic numerical magnitude representa- 16.45 18.45 h Salon 21
tion: Evidence from behavioural and brain- Psychiatry meets psychology: Joint per-
imaging studies spectives (co-organized by DGPPN and
Ansari, Daniel (Canada) DGPs)
Brain network for arithmetic as evaluated Co-Chair: Schneider, Frank (Germany)
with functional Magnetic Resonance Ima- Co-Chair: Rief, Winfried (Germany)
ging (fMRI) and Granger Causality Map-
Education
ping (GCM)
Hohagen, Fritz (Germany)
Krueger, Frank (USA)
Neuropsychology
The relation between mathematical com-
Kryspin-Exner, Ilse (Austria)
petence and brain activation: Evidence
from fMRI studies on mental calculation Current situation of psychotherapy within
Grabner, Roland H. (Switzerland) the health care system
Berger, Mathias (Germany)
Neurophysiological correlates of cognition
with a special focus on mathematical cog Rehabilitation
nition Jger, Matthias (Switzerland)
Staudt, Beate (Austria)
Neuroimaging research
Short-term vs. long-term learning in ma- Schneider, Frank (Germany)
thematical cognition: Cerebral correlates,
domain impacts and sources of individual S-050 Symposium
differences 16.45 18.45 h Salon 22
Foth, Manja (Germany) Psychological reactions to threat
Preusse, Franziska (Germany)
Chair: Kastenmller, Andreas (Germany)
S-048 Symposium Trauma recall and posttraumatic growth:
16.45 18.45 h Salon 20 In impact of spiritual support
Gender and health Kastenmller, Andreas (Germany)
Co-Chair: Sieverding, Monika (Germany) The impact of social exclusion on religious-
Co-Chair: Vgele, Claus (United Kingdom) ness
Aydin, Niluefer (Germany)

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Assessing the Connection of Soul (COS) Experiences of fatherhood, father behav


with a transcendental world: A test be- iour and childrens social competencies
yond the belief in literal immortality Eickhorst, Andreas (Germany)

MONDAY, 21 JULY
Ai, Amy (USA)
Fatherhood in Latin America: How does the
The impact of terror salience on authorita- father express the impact that the birth of
rian parenting: First evidence his baby produces on him?
Fischer, Peter (United Kingdom) Oiberman, Alicia (Argentina)
The value of We when I fail: Group- Conceptions of parenting, similarities and
based control restoration as reaction to differences between Mexican and Costa
the threat of unemployment Rican fathers
Jonas, Eva (Austria) Frey, Britta (Germany)
Enough is enough in the face of threat: Discussant: Seiffge-Krenke, Inge (Germany)
Minimal and maximal goal orientations
mediate the effect of perceived individual S-053 Symposium
threat on exclusion of norm-breakers 16.45 18.45 h Room 25
Fritsche, Immo (Germany) Women over 50: Psychological perspec-
Discussant: Frey, Dieter (Germany) tives
Chair: Muhlbauer, Varda (Israel)
S-051 Symposium
Chrisler, Joan (USA)
16.45 18.45 h Room 23
Rose, Suzanna (USA)
The leadership journey: Integration, de- Marvn, Maria Luisa (Mexico)
velopment, derailment and exit Fimbel Di Giovanni, Joan (USA)
Chair: Blanton, Judith (USA) Trujillo, Paulina (Mexico)
The leadership journey: Framework and Discussant: Demark, Florence (USA)
dimensions of success
Czegledi-Brown, Reka (United Kingdom) S-054 Symposium

Executive integration: The first ninety days 16.45 18.45 h Room 26


Blanton, Judith (USA) Predictors of prenatal and postnatal ma-
ternal attachment: Implication for lower
Developing cultural intelligence in interna- ing at risk-birth outcomes
tional executives Co-Chair: Siddiqui, Anver (Sweden)
Li, Lily (Peoples Republic of China) Co-Chair: Feldman, Janis B. (USA)
Derailment of executives in international
Mothers temperament and its effect on
assignments
prenatal attachment and postpartum de-
Mobley, William (Peoples Republic of China)
pressed mood
The leadership journey: Transition and exit Bielawska-Batorowicz, Eleonora (Poland)
Czegledi-Brown, Reka (United Kingdom)
Stability of maternal interpretation of in-
Discussant: Vandaveer, Vicki (USA) fant facial expression during pre- and post
natal period
S-052 Symposium Garcia, Danilo (Sweden)
16.45 18.45 h Room 24 Prenatal attachment, feeding intention and
Recent findings from fatherhood research early cessation of breast feeding
Co-Chair: Eickhorst, Andreas (Germany) Juergens, Amelie (France)
Co-Chair: Walter, Heinz (Germany)
Predictors of mother-infant relationship
The father: What is that? Theoretical consi- during early postnatal period
derations on fatherhood Siddiqui, Anver (Sweden)
Walter, Heinz (Germany)
The effect of support expectation on pre-
Changes in paternal attitudes over a peri- natal attachment: An evidence-based ap-
od of 15 years after childs birth proach for intervention in an adolescent
Werneck, Harald (Austria) population
Feldman, Janis B. (USA)
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S-055 Symposium S-057 Symposium


16.45 18.45 h Room 27 16.45 18.45 h Room 29
MONDAY, 21 JULY

Motives: Measures, mechanisms, man Human-machine interaction (Part I): Auto-


agement (Part II) mation and complex systems
Chair: Kehr, Hugo M. (Germany) Co-Chair: Sauer, Jrgen (Switzerland)
Co-Chair: Hamborg, Kai-Christoph (Germany)
Does unconscious thought increase con-
gruence between implicit motives and Enhancing knowledge acquisition about
goal pursuit? complex technical systems by visualising
Langens, Thomas (Germany) causal system structures
Klostermann, Anne (Germany)
Making your fantasies come true: Mecha-
nisms and origins of mental contrasting The effectiveness of emphasis shift train
Oettingen, Gabriele (Germany) ing, situation awareness training and drill
and practice for system control and fault
The interplay of motivation and volition:
finding performance in process control
The case of implementation intentions
Burkolter, Dina (Switzerland)
Gollwitzer, Peter M. (USA)
Types of function allocation in complex
Regulatory rotation: The shuffling and
process control scenarios
shedding of strivings in goal management
Nickel, Peter (Switzerland)
Shah, James (USA)
The influence of time pressure and time on
Motivational problems in workgroups as a
task on orderliness of control
function of age and tenure diversity
Rttger, Stefan (Germany)
Shemla, Meir (Germany)
Automation: Levels, types, or amount?
Discussant: Kehr, Hugo M. (Germany)
Di Nocera, Francesco (Italy)
S-056 Symposium Discussant: Kluge, Annette (Switzerland)
16.45 18.45 h Room 15/16
Situating psychology of science
Poster Session
Chair: Kumar, Neelam (India)
Monday Morning, 09.00 12.00 h
The epidemiology of the infinitesimals: A
case study in the cognitive history of ma- Topic:History, theory, psychology as a dis-
thematics cipline
Heintz, Christophe (France) PS-Mon-am-001 Is there a role for psychology
Causal inference and counterfactual rea on neurosciences?
soning in scientists and children Lhullier, Cristina (Brazil)
Gopnik, Alison (USA) PS-Mon-am-002 Triviality of social research
Scientific reasoning is not necessarily pla- findings, information processing and social
gued by confirmation bias cognition: State of the art and methodological
Koslowski, Barbara (USA) applications for the communication of research
results
Trading zones and interactional expertise Menold, Natalja (Germany)
as a framework for studying technoscien
tific collaborations PS-Mon-am-003 Doing science: What does it
Gorman, Michael E. (USA) mean? The disciplinary matrices of psychology,
physics, biology and sociology
Scientists semantic meaning of the con- Witte, Erich H. (Germany)
cept of Tacit Knowledge
Liberman, Sofia (Mexico) PS-Mon-am-004 Evolution of attitudes and
knowledge in the field of human research
The making of physical scientists and so- ethics, in medical students, Bogota, Colombia
cial scientists: The importance of being Escobar, Hugo (Colombia)
thing- or people-oriented
Feist, Gregory (USA) PS-Mon-am-005 Bioethical aspects of medico-
enetic assistance in psychiatry
g
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Poster Session, Monday Morning, 09.00 12.00 h


PS-Mon-am-006 Undergraduate conceptions PS-Mon-am-020 The identification of nine

MONDAY, 21 JULY
of the institutional review board groups of gender types of employed gouples
Hart, Alex (USA) and comparing their emotional intelligence
Aliakbari, Mahnaz (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Mon-am-007 Social images of genetic
counselling PS-Mon-am-021 Rhetorical figures in persua-
Mendes, lvaro (Portugal) sion
Berardi, Rocco (Italy)
PS-Mon-am-008 A prelude on moral prism in
education: case study: teachers moral prism PS-Mon-am-022 History of early-modern psy-
Moghimi, Mohammad (Islamic Republic of Iran) chological healing in Brazil and Portugal
Carvalho da Silva, Paulo Jos (Brazil)
PS-Mon-am-009 Nurses imagens of old age
Ribeiro, Antonio Pedro (Portugal) PS-Mon-am-023 Psychology at the Gregorian
University in Rome
PS-Mon-am-010 Right of life and health
Ceglie, Flavio (Italy)
Semke, Valentin (Russia)
PS-Mon-am-024 Oh psychologist, where art
PS-Mon-am-011 Is the love of money the root
thou?
of evil? Machiavellianism as a mediator and
Cronan, Kerry Richard (Australia)
college major and gender as moderators
Tang, Thomas Li-Ping (USA) PS-Mon-am-025 Medicine and the clinic psy-
chology
PS-Mon-am-012 Indigenization of psychology
Diandomba, Andre (Democratic Republic of the
in Sudan: The case of doctorate thesis in psy-
Congo)
chology
Babikir, Muna (Sudan) PS-Mon-am-026 Biogenesis of death drive
Faneco Maniakas, Georgina (Brazil)
PS-Mon-am-013 Interdisciplinary work and lin-
kage to the Academy of Science Develop- PS-Mon-am-027 The creative unconscious:
ment of the Institute of Psychology at Hum- The contribution of Georg Groddeck
boldt-Universitt Berlin Faneco Maniakas, Georgina (Brazil)
Blauwitz, Julia (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-028 Usability of priming effect for
PS-Mon-am-014 Primary documents sources research of unconscious content of motiva
of history of psychology: Constitution of the tional structure of the personality
archives of documents from the selection and Filippova, Margarita (Russia)
professional orientation service (19491994)
PS-Mon-am-029 Some neglected ethical im-
Campos, Regina Clia (Brazil)
pulses for psychology in the past and their ac-
PS-Mon-am-015 P.-J.-G. Cabanis thought in tuality for the future
the history of ideas Guski-Leinwand, Susanne (Germany)
Ferrandes, Carmela (Italy)
PS-Mon-am-030 Psychological tests used in
PS-Mon-am-016 German speaking psycholo- Romania during the last 50 years
gy in Prague Lita, Stefan (Romania)
Heller, Daniel (Czech Republic)
PS-Mon-am-031 The investigation in relation
PS-Mon-am-017 Self-actualization in Japan: between identity status and loving styles to
A history of discourse on self in consumer so other sex freind in high school at Tehran city
ciety Mahmoodi, Maliheh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Igarashi, Yasuhiro (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-032 Not estimated discovery of
PS-Mon-am-018 Hereditarism and environ- Mashhour Madjid: On the relationship between
mentalism in the formation of character accor- subjective time, space and velocity
ding to Giuseppe Sergi Pestov, Alexey (Russia)
Bartolucci, Chiara (Italy)
PS-Mon-am-033 Franz Anton Mesmer: The
PS-Mon-am-019 Psychology in Argentina first psychotherapist of the modern age?
(19001957) psychological criteria in formal Traetta, Luigi (Italy)
records of documentation according profes
PS-Mon-am-034 Several ways on interpreting
sional areas and political contexts
dreams in ancient China
Rossi, Lucia (Argentina)
Yan, Liang-Shi (Peoples Republic of China)

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Poster Session, Monday Morning, 09.00 12.00 h


PS-Mon-am-035 Research on counseling skill PS-Mon-am-050 A nation-wide computer-
MONDAY, 21 JULY

analysis based on chinese ancient great five based school monitoring program
elements philosophy Keller, Ulrich (Luxembourg)
Yang, Wensheng (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-051 The relationships of person
PS-Mon-am-036 The general model for nega ality, social support, and the preference for
tive priming using internet services in Chinese adolescent
Schrobsdorff, Hecke (Germany) Liu, Mingxin (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-037 M. Montessori and Jean PS-Mon-am-052 Science discourse in the di-
Piagets writings on peace education gital age
Amann Gainotti, Merete (Italy) Odonoghue, Raphael (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-038 Consciousness changing the PS-Mon-am-053 Measurement invariance of
photoelectric conversion principle by slow mass internet-administrated imagery tests: A compa-
wave rison between anonymous and undergraduate
Dayong, Cao (Peoples Republic of China) participants
Tang, Yun (USA)
PS-Mon-am-039 A temporal perspective of
psychological ownership and employee extra- PS-Mon-am-054 The 100 most eminent psy-
role behavior chologists of the 20th century on the internet:
Hui, Chun (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Re- Do internet page counts provide latent indica-
public of China) tors of scientific eminence?
Tumasjan, Andranik (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-040 The characters of develop-
ment PS-Mon-am-055 A measure of response inhi-
Ma, Chuan (Peoples Republic of China) bition with single trial resolution
Contreras Ros, David (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-041 The matrix of the uncon-
sciousness PS-Mon-am-056 Multimode independent com
Nikolova, Vyara (Bulgaria) ponent analysis and relaxing independence as-
sumption
PS-Mon-am-043 Marital conflict causes: Based
Miyamoto, Yusuke (Japan)
on family process and content model
Samani, Siamak (Islamic Republic of Iran) PS-Mon-am-057 Locus of distractor rejection
in rapid serial visual presentation
PS-Mon-am-044 A deconstruction of the psy-
Ariga, Atsunori (Japan)
chology
Santos, lison (Brazil) PS-Mon-am-058 Beyond a single pattern of
mixed emotional experience: Sequential, pre
PS-Mon-am-045 Proposition of a new theory
valent, inverse, and genuine simultaneous
of aphasia: A cognitive model
Carrera, Pilar (Spain)
Zellal, Nacira (Algeria)
PS-Mon-am-059 The dietary intake of people
Topic:Research methods and statistics with pre-diabetes: A comparison between two
PS-Mon-am-046 A support system of stu- self-report measures
dents error by probabilistic modeling Crafti, Naomi (Australia)
Ohmori, Takuya (Japan) PS-Mon-am-060 Measuring need to evaluate:
PS-Mon-am-047 The Butler Project: First re- A Spanish exploration
sults of usability validation of a cognitive and Diaz, Dario (Spain)
emotional tele-assistance system for elderly PS-Mon-am-061 Psychometric properties of
Botella, Cristina (Spain) the TCI-R in a Serbia and Montenegro
PS-Mon-am-048 Stimulus-location based anal Djuric Jocic, Dragana (Serbia)
ysis of visual fields by combining an eye tracker PS-Mon-am-062 Technical precision of meas
with the campimetric assessment urement in computerized psychological assess-
Cieslik, Silvana (Germany) ment on windows platforms
PS-Mon-am-049 Assessing infant behaviour: Husler, Joachim (Austria)
Acceptance and accuracy of electronic diaries
Hemmi, Mirja Helen (Switzerland)

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PS-Mon-am-063 A subtle measure of preju PS-Mon-am-077 The cross-country compari

MONDAY, 21 JULY
dice: Development and validation of a German son of the related sequence model in science
version of the Racial Argument Scale achievement, science attitude, and learning
Heitland, Kirsten (Germany) participation: Taking seven Asia counties for ex
ample
PS-Mon-am-064 Peer pressure in adolescence
Chen, Shin-Feng (Taiwan)
Lebedina-Manzoni, Marija (Croatia)
PS-Mon-am-078 The relationships between
PS-Mon-am-065 Psychometric studies on cop
clinical and personality features in a non-clinical
ing responses inventory (cri-a) Argentinian ad-
sample
aptation
Combaluzier, Serge (France)
Mikulic, Isabel Maria (Argentina)
PS-Mon-am-079 Correlations between tem-
PS-Mon-am-066 The study of faculty mem
perament measured J. Strelau FCB-TI and de-
bers attitude towards distance learning as a
mographic characteristics sex and age
strategy in development of this type of educa-
Mitina, Olga (Russia)
tion
Mirzaie, Sharareh (Islamic Republic of Iran) Topic:Language, reading and communica-
PS-Mon-am-067 Psychometric properties of tion
the health and anxiety inventory in a non-clini-
PS-Mon-am-080 Understanding early leaving
cal Spanish sample
in adult learners literacy program.
Romero Sanchiz, Pablo (Spain)
Amenyah, Efua Irene N. (Belgium)
PS-Mon-am-068 Validation of a German ver-
PS-Mon-am-081 Age of acquisition and pro
sion of the state self-esteem scale
ficiency on L2 syntactic processing
Rudolph, Almut (Germany)
Diaz, Begoa (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-069 The problems of classifica-
PS-Mon-am-082 Infants appreciate coopera
tion in psychology
tiveness in imperative communication
Shilko, Roman (Russia)
Hauser, Gerlind (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-070 The construct validity of the
PS-Mon-am-083 Effectiveness of parental edu
Santa Barbara Sense of direction scale in the
cation in language performance of children
Greek population
with hearing impairment
Shimi, Andria (United Kingdom)
Kako Jouibari, Aliasghar (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Mon-am-071 Performance of the boot-
PS-Mon-am-084 Longitudinal predictors of
strap Rasch model test in the presence of cros-
English vocabulary knowledge among Hong
sing item characteristic curves: Complex an
Kong Chinese-speaking children
swers to a simple question
McBride-Chang, Catherine (Hong Kong SAR of
Heene, Moritz (Germany)
the Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-072 Peculiarities of the hemi
PS-Mon-am-085 Gestural reference in mother
spheric interactions in gifted children with dif-
and babies over the second and the third years
ferent cognitive orientation
Muetn Ayala, Mercedes Amparo (Spain)
Dikaya, Ludmila (Russia)
PS-Mon-am-086 Verbal deictics in Spanish
PS-Mon-am-073 The novelty of the laboratory
children between 1236 months of age: A lon-
Hart, Alex (USA)
gitudinally study
PS-Mon-am-074 A comparison of printed- Muetn Ayala, Mercedes Amparo (Spain)
page versus web-based data obtained from
PS-Mon-am-087 Progress in gesture-speech
older adult study participants
synchrony and early lexical uses in children
ORourke, Norm (Canada)
9- to 12-months-olds
PS-Mon-am-075 Multimethod design as away Belinchn, Mercedes (Spain)
to add breadth and depth to research analyses
PS-Mon-am-088 Effects of attention on early
Setiawan, Jenny Lukito (Indonesia)
and late syntactic processes in 3 to 4 years old
PS-Mon-am-076 Can the internet replace pos children
tal surveys? Nikolaizig, Franziska (Germany)
Sullman, Mark (United Kingdom)

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Poster Session, Monday Morning, 09.00 12.00 h


PS-Mon-am-089 The role of the ventral pre- PS-Mon-am-102 Argumentation and knowl
MONDAY, 21 JULY

motor cortex in sequencing linguistic informa edge inquiry


tion Horng, Ruey-Yun (Taiwan)
Opitz, Bertram (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-103 Evaluation of content de
PS-Mon-am-090 The acquisition of phono scriptions on conceptual behavior
tactic rules: Evidence from a combined event- Lopez Islas, Mario (Mexico)
related brain potentials and near-infrared spec-
PS-Mon-am-104 Relationship of narrative and
troscopy study
theory of mind in children with high function
Rossi, Sonja (Germany)
autism
PS-Mon-am-091 Hemodynamic response to Nagasaki, Tsutomu (Japan)
stimuli with varying temporal complexity in
PS-Mon-am-105 She has a long neck and he
healthy neonates
has big ears: How grammatical gender affects
Telkemeyer, Silke (Germany)
the concepts of animals
PS-Mon-am-092 Free labeling of emotion in Schalk, Lennart (Switzerland)
children at ages 3 to 6 years: The different de-
PS-Mon-am-106 Childrens comprehension of
velopmental trend under two label task condi-
Chinese narratives with full versus reduced
tions
anaphoric coherence: A behavior and compu-
Wang, Zhenhong (Peoples Republic of China)
tational exploration
PS-Mon-am-093 Syntactic and reading-re Tzeng, Yuhtsuen (Taiwan)
lated cognitive skills in Chinese children
PS-Mon-am-107 Do we make more mistakes
Xiaoyun, Xiao (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
in memory while using a foreign language? The
Republic of China)
side effect of foreign language on recognition
PS-Mon-am-094 Consideration on the shift memory
of sentence processing strategies Wen, Wen (Japan)
Yong, Zhai (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-108 The specificity of formulat
PS-Mon-am-095 Language development in ing questions and answers in deaf and hearing
profoundly deaf children Children
Suarez, Maria (Spain) Dimic, Nadezda (Serbia)
PS-Mon-am-096 The role of movement in the PS-Mon-am-109 Self-concept and social anx
action-sentence compatibility effect iety in stuttering children
Hauser, Christiane (Germany) Domsch, Holger (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-097 The role of inner speech in PS-Mon-am-110 Memory for serial order in
task-set selection: An examination using a ran- bilingual speakers
dom task-cuing procedure Klingebiel, Kathrin (United Kingdom)
Saeki, Erina (Japan)
Topic:Emotion and motivation
PS-Mon-am-098 Contexts to deny: When
people produce negations PS-Mon-am-111 The development of facial
Beltran, David (Spain) expressions of emotion in indian culture
Agrawal, Priyanka (India)
PS-Mon-am-099 Spoken and written dream
communication: Differences and methodolo PS-Mon-am-112 Positive illusion in romantic
gical aspects relationship and its correlation with relationship
Casagrande, Maria (Italy) satisfaction, quality and stability
Arnaudova, Sofija (The former Yugoslav Repub-
PS-Mon-am-100 Can societal language amend
lic of Macedonia)
ments change gender representation? The case
of Norwegian PS-Mon-am-113 Gender-differentiated biases
Gabriel, Ute (Norway) of perceived facial emotions in anxious and
dysphoric individuals
PS-Mon-am-101 The effect of a verbal pre-
Chen, Sue-Huei (Taiwan)
training on the post-contact descriptions on a
matching-to-sample task. PS-Mon-am-114 Mood and effort mobiliza
Guerrero Radillo, Alejandra Paola (Mexico) tion: Context rules!
de Burgo, Joana (Switzerland)

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PS-Mon-am-115 Morningness-Eveningness, PS-Mon-am-129 Does sugar turn life into

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seasonality and somatic symptoms: Gender dif- sweet or bitter? The psychological influences of
ferences in adolescents sucrose intake on the change of emotional
Diaz Morales, Juan Francisco (Spain) stress
Naito, Mayumi (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-116 What evaluation depends
on: Interactions of explicit and implicit emo- PS-Mon-am-130 Effects of attachment on
tions in the conditions of stimulating right or evaluation of emotions
left hemisphere Okumura, Yayoi (Japan)
Dyderska, Anna (Poland)
PS-Mon-am-131 Effects of social stress on
PS-Mon-am-117 The developmental charac- state-dependent learning: A comparison of lab
ters of emotion regulation strategy of children and real life settings
Jiang, Yuan (Peoples Republic of China) Peper, Martin (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-118 Are optimists better in emo- PS-Mon-am-132 The association of respirato-
tional self-control ry symptoms with depressive mood is distinct
Kobylinska, Dorota (Poland) from the association with anxiety
Petersen, Sibylle (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-119 Transfer effect and emotion
al context: Evidence for memory domains PS-Mon-am-133 Effective anger management
Laukka, Seppo J. (Finland) at work: Individual and contextual factors
Rivera, Cristina (Switzerland)
PS-Mon-am-120 What is emotion dysregula-
tion related to? PS-Mon-am-134 The psychophysiology of dis
Leroy, Tanguy (France) gust
Rohrmann, Sonja (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-121 The relationship between
feedback types and emotional responses PS-Mon-am-135 An approach to an emotion
Li, Yang (Peoples Republic of China) al regulation model: The case of fear
Snchez Aragn, Rozzana (Mexico)
PS-Mon-am-122 Application of generalizabi-
lity theory in estimating the inter-rater reliability PS-Mon-am-136 Person-situation interaction
of emotional assessment in adaptive emotional functioning
Liu, Ye (Peoples Republic of China) Schutte, Nicola (Australia)
PS-Mon-am-123 The negative bias: Related PS-Mon-am-137 Depressive mood and cardio
to current mood or to persisting depressive vascular responses to stress: A matter of con-
symptoms? text
Lttke, Stefan (Germany) Schwerdtfeger, Andreas (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-124 Envy, resentment, indigna PS-Mon-am-138 When task pleasantness
tion and sense of injustice helps negative mood: Evidence from cardiovas-
Matarazzo, Olimpia (Italy) cular and facial EMG reactivity
Silvestrini, Nicolas (Switzerland)
PS-Mon-am-125 Central processing of emo
tional faces in eating disorders PS-Mon-am-139 Relationship between anx
Matthias, Ellen (Germany) iety and quality of life among cardiac patients
undergoing the home rehabilitation
PS-Mon-am-126 Follower emotional responses
Stepnowska, Monika (Poland)
to leader communications
Mitchelson, Jacqueline (USA) PS-Mon-am-140 Testing the reverse self-
inference hypothesis: The case of anger
PS-Mon-am-127 Emotional competence of
Studtmann, Markus (Germany)
children and adolescents
Monigl, Eszter (Germany) PS-Mon-am-141 Expanded and upright pos-
tures reduce depressive mood
PS-Mon-am-128 Current mood state and af-
Sugamura, Genji (Japan)
fective startle modulation
Mrsen, Chantal Patricia (Germany) PS-Mon-am-142 The effects of regulatory fo-
cus and self-construal on affective experiences
in daily life
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Topic:Animal behavior PS-Mon-am-155 Evolutionary trade-off: Inter


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and intersexual differences in propensity to ca-


PS-Mon-am-143 Causal reasoning in great sual sex and alcohol comsumption on different
apes: The tubes task age Brazilian samples
Cacchione, Trix (Switzerland) Correa Varella, Marco Antonio (Brazil)
PS-Mon-am-144 Risk-sensitivity in humans PS-Mon-am-156 Investigating sexual strate-
and rats: Comparatives results gies in a social community website
Garca Leal, scar (Mexico) Krause, Martin (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-145 Effects of endogenous opi PS-Mon-am-157 Evolutionary determinants of
oids on the passive avoidance learning and me- feelings of joy of the helper in an altruistic con-
mory of female rats during estrus cycle text
Najafi, Atieh (Islamic Republic of Iran) Sprrle, Matthias (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-146 Discrimination threshold of PS-Mon-am-158 I want (my) children to sleep
inclination angle against vertical is 10 degree in in a safe place: Experimental analysis of human
Goldfish sleeping site preferences from an evolutionary
Ohi, Shuzo (Japan) point of view
PS-Mon-am-147 Effects of the acute restraint Sprrle, Matthias (Germany)
stress on recovery and extinction of a spatial PS-Mon-am-159 Conditioned place prefer
learning task in rats ence induced by forced running in rats
Torres Berrio, Angelica (Colombia) Grant, Virginia (Canada)
PS-Mon-am-148 Do dogs have the theory of PS-Mon-am-160 Spontaneous activity of mice
mind? in various structures of space: From an open
Trojan, Maciej (Poland) field to complex mazes
PS-Mon-am-149 The phenomenon of second Kato, Katsunori (Japan)
brooding in Black-headed gull (Larus ridibun- PS-Mon-am-161 Taste aversion learning based
dus). The attempt of explanation in terms of on physical exercise in rats
numerical competence Nakajima, Sadahiko (Japan)
Trojan, Maciej (Poland)
PS-Mon-am-162 To go or not to go: Chim-
PS-Mon-am-150 Relative time, choice delay panzees understanding of a humans goals
and delay of reinforcement in conditional dis Buttelmann, David (Germany)
crimination
PS-Mon-am-163 Foraging in the Radial-Arm
Flores, Carlos (Mexico)
Maze: Anticipatory responses to predictable
PS-Mon-am-151 Kine-Cluster-System evalu food
ates the effects of antianxiety drugs and repeti- Cabrera, Felipe (Mexico)
tion experience on open-field behaviors of rats
PS-Mon-am-164 Biases in pigeons choices
Kawasaki, Katsuyoshi (Japan)
with computer-generated, multi-item visual ar-
PS-Mon-am-152 The effects of adrenergic sys rays: relative numerosity as a potential cue in
tem on level of anxiety in rat foraging decisions.
Komaki, Alireza (Islamic Republic of Iran) Emmerton, Jacky (USA)
PS-Mon-am-153 Enhanced learning-memory PS-Mon-am-165 Experiences of hospitaliza
associated with BDNF upregulation in hippo- tion among children under Bon Marrow Trans-
campus and striatum in rats plantation: A qualitative study
Xu, Bo (Peoples Republic of China) Godarzi, Zahra (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Mon-am-154 Fear of heights and fear of PS-Mon-am-166 The effects of perinatal hy-
victimization: Are they evolved subtypes of pothyroidism on the attentional ability in rats
fear? Hasegawa, Masashi (Japan)
Binser, Martin Josef (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-167 S-R correspondence in a
simple response task: The effect of switching
hands
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PS-Mon-am-168 Gaze-following but not per- PS-Mon-am-181 Development of temporally

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spective-taking in golden monkeys (Rhinopi- extended emotions understanding: From the
thecus roxellana) perspectives of the interaction with a person
Tan, Jingzhi (Peoples Republic of China) and the emotional attribution
Aso, Ryota (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-169 Object permanence in Si-
chuan Golden Monkey (Rhinopithecus roxella- PS-Mon-am-182 Development of preparatory
na) attention
Wan, Meiting (Peoples Republic of China) Auclair, Laurent (France)
PS-Mon-am-170 Spatial distribution of Zenk- PS-Mon-am-183 Young childrens compre-
positive neurons for song perception in the hension of deception in folk stories and their
brain of budgerigars manipulation of deceptive acts in games
Yamazaki, Suteo (Japan) Babu, Nandita (India)
PS-Mon-am-171 Adolescents cognition of PS-Mon-am-184 Patterns of categorization on
projectile motion: Differences and characteris- the life-death line
tics Barrera, Kirareset (Mexico)
Zhao, Jun-yan (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-185 Logic thinking and forma
PS-Mon-am-172 Social referencing in chim- tion of leading mental functions of primary
panzees: Responses to the fear presentation by school children
humans Bespanskaya, Ekaterina (Belarus)
Akagi, Kazushige (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-186 Eye-tracking investigation of
PS-Mon-am-173 Is gambling satisfactory? cognitive flexibility in preschoolers
Contini, Paolo (Italy) Chevalier, Nicolas (France)
PS-Mon-am-174 Conflict resolution and do- PS-Mon-am-187 Developmental trends in the
minance in 4-year-old Portuguese preschool relation between verbal and visuospatial wor-
children king memory
Fragoso, Sara (Portugal) Dong, Jimei (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-175 The effect of housing group
size and gender on emotional behavior indexes PS-Mon-am-188 Development of childrens
in rats graphic representations achieved from tactile
Gulatowska, Judyta (Poland) or visual exploration of bidimensional shapes
Fernandes, Viviane (France)
PS-Mon-am-176 Maternal exposure to BPA
feminized social behavior of cynomolgus male PS-Mon-am-189 Resiliency, well being, and
infants (Macaca fascicularis) future life planning in the lives of school and
Nakagami, Akiko (Japan) non school going street/working children in
India
Topic:Developmental processes Garg, Seerat (India)
PS-Mon-am-178 The interaction between sib PS-Mon-am-190 Effects of exposure to mass
lings cognitive development and parent-child media on human drawings of four-year olds
relationships Goshiki, Toru (Japan)
Alekseeva, Olga (Russia)
PS-Mon-am-191 God, fairies and Superman:
PS-Mon-am-179 Primary school childrens Children concepts about non-human agents
drawings of Europe: A study on Italian children Guerrero, Silvia (Spain)
Amann Gainotti, Merete (Italy)
PS-Mon-am-192 Theory of mind acquisition
PS-Mon-am-180 Is theory of mind; associated and use in deaf college students
with reading skills among high-functioning Hao, Jian (Peoples Republic of China)
children with autism spectrum conditions?
PS-Mon-am-193 Analyzing the cognitive,
sberg, Jakob (Sweden)
emotional, and motor development of hyper-
active children with the Intelligence and Devel
opmental Scales (IDS)
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PS-Mon-am-194 Developmental changes in PS-Mon-am-208 Conversational awareness
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affective decision-making: The effects of age and false belief tasks: A training study with
and sex in 3 and 4-year old children children of a low socioeconomic level
Heilman, Renata (Romania) Panciera, Sara (Brazil)
PS-Mon-am-195 Developmental study on PS-Mon-am-209 Cognitive development of
conservation of probability deaf children interacting with hearing mothers
Itoh, Tomoko (Japan) Sanchez Barba, Mayra (Mexico)
PS-Mon-am-196 Infant typical-color knowl PS-Mon-am-210 Who is Susies mother?:
edge for natural objects modifies chromaticity Preschoolers understanding of identity state-
selections in recognition task ments
Kawabata, Miho (Japan) Rendl, Bibiane (Austria)
PS-Mon-am-197 Task switching and atten PS-Mon-am-211 The development of magni
tional selection in young children tude representations: A cross-sectional compa-
Konde, Zoltan (Hungary) rison
Reynvoet, Bert (Belgium)
PS-Mon-am-198 Pecularities of constructive
thinking of 8-9 years old children PS-Mon-am-212 The development of the
Latysh, Natalia (Ukraine) conception of pollution: A cross-age study
Rodriguez, Manuel (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-199 The development of narrow
ing the window of attention: Relationship with PS-Mon-am-213 Visuo-spatial working me
the reading level mory in face processing from preschool to
Leclercq, Virginie (France) adulthood
Rossmeisl, Uwe (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-200 Do infants differentiate the
unwilling state from the unable state? PS-Mon-am-214 Comparative study in num-
Destrebecqz, Arnaud (Belgium) ber transcoding from verbal to digital form in
French, German and Syrian first-grader chil
PS-Mon-am-201 A designing of rating scale
dren
of number sense of sixth grader in China
Saad, Lana (France)
Li, Yanxia (Macao SAR Peoples Republic of Chi-
na) Topic:Educational psychology
PS-Mon-am-202 Comparision of visual motor
PS-Mon-am-215 The extent of gathering in-
coordination ability, attention, intelligence,
formation on academic programs among Ira
learning disorders and behavioral disorders in
nian university candidates
immature and normal children
Abdi, Beheshteh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Mehri Nejad, Seyyed Abolghasem (Islamic Re-
public of Iran) PS-Mon-am-216 High school students motive
of achievement and assertiveness
PS-Mon-am-203 Imitation of model tool use
Arnaudova, Violeta (The former Yugoslav
in children and adults
Republic of Macedonia)
Mizuguchi, Takashi (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-217 Can 2x2 factors of achieve-
PS-Mon-am-204 Estimation of multiple intel
ment goal orientation be found empirically: A
ligences in Kordofan State
German adaptation of the achievement goal
Mohammednour, Obeidallah (Sudan)
orientation questionnaire
PS-Mon-am-205 Developmental change and Bachmann, Gerhard (Germany)
diversity of childrens beliefs about the origin of
PS-Mon-am-218 The reform of Italian univer-
personal, intellectual and physical traits
sity and effects on teaching practices: A re-
Mukai, Takahisa (Japan)
search with Psychology graduates at the Ca-
PS-Mon-am-206 Is an inference rule Modus tholic University of Milan.
Ponens really an early acquisition? Bruno, Andreina (Italy)
Nakagaki, Akira (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-219 On university students self-
PS-Mon-am-207 The role of executive func- confidence personality and its development
tion in Japanese childrens prediction and ex- Che, Liping (Peoples Republic of China)
planation of other persons false action
Ogawa, Ayako (Japan)
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PS-Mon-am-220 The effectiveness of psycho- PS-Mon-am-234 Sociometric variables and at-

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logical health-protection exercise for alleviating titudes towards deaf people
students learning fatigue Garca-Fernndez, Jos Manuel (Spain)
Cui, Lizhong (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-235 Social competence, emotion
PS-Mon-am-221 A microgenetic study of the al intelligence and its relations with academic
development of indirect addition as an alterna- achievement in a group of students of compul-
tive strategy for doing two-digit subtraction sory education
de Smedt, Bert (Belgium) Gilar, Raquel (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-222 Academic achievement and PS-Mon-am-236 The evaluation of teachers
personality in antisocial Spanish adolescents on multiple intelligences in preschool and pri-
Delgado Domenech, Beatriz (Spain) mary
Gomis Selva, Nieves (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-223 Academic achievement and
personality in prosocial students of secondary PS-Mon-am-237 The mentoring program in
education the university as a measure of quality in the
Delgado Domenech, Beatriz (Spain) learning studentss process: A proposal for ac-
tion at the University of Alicante
PS-Mon-am-224 Academic achievement and
Lled Carreres, Asuncion (Spain)
personality in social anxious students
Delgado Domenech, Beatriz (Spain) PS-Mon-am-238 The attitudes, beliefs, and
emotions about mathematics of primary edu-
PS-Mon-am-225 Academic causal attribution
cation students of the University of Extrema
in antisocial Spanish adolescents
dura
Delgado Domenech, Beatriz (Spain)
Guerrero Barona, Eloisa (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-226 Pursuing a career in a tech-
PS-Mon-am-239 Internal motivation in aca-
nological field: Barriers and motivating factors
demic performance
Endepohls-Ulpe, Martina (Germany)
Hart, Alex (USA)
PS-Mon-am-227 Social representations of
PS-Mon-am-240 Science education of the
boredom in french primary school
brain and mind for junior high school students:
Ferriere, Severine (France)
The experiential cognition and development of
PS-Mon-am-228 Differential predictors to ex- e-learning program
plain persistence and academic achievement of Ikeda, Masami (Japan)
first-year university students
PS-Mon-am-241 The relationships among mo
Frenay, Mariane (Belgium)
tivational beliefs, self-regulated learning strate-
PS-Mon-am-229 How college students build gies and four language skills
anticipatory confidence to succeed in their fu- Ito, Takamichi (Japan)
ture careers: The impact of experiences gained
PS-Mon-am-242 Life styles and study meth
trough college activities
ods scale for the university students
Fujimura, Makoto (Japan)
Jesus, Saul (Portugal)
PS-Mon-am-230 The effects of work experi-
PS-Mon-am-243 The influence of time man
ences on values of the high school students
agement disposition training on mental health
Gamboa, Vitor (Portugal)
and academic performance in junior middle
PS-Mon-am-231 The quality of the training school students
ecperience: Predictor variables of satisfaction Jin, Junwei (Peoples Republic of China)
and career exploration
PS-Mon-am-244 The effect of critical thinking
Gamboa, Vitor (Portugal)
instruction on students hypothesis creation
PS-Mon-am-232 Attitudes towards deaf peo- (Science creation mechanism in universities)
ple in adolescence Khalkhali, Ali (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Garca-Fernndez, Jos Manuel (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-245 The psychometric properties
PS-Mon-am-233 Gender differences in school of the Greek Questionnaire on Teacher Interac-
anxiety: Study with a sample of Spanish middle tion (G-QTI)
and high school students Charalambous, Kyriakos (Greece)
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PS-Mon-am-246 Fair enough: Comparing PS-Mon-am-258 Neuroticism in everyday life:
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and evaluating different approaches of test A general population momentary assessment


score adjustment in statewide assessments study
Kuhl, Poldi (Germany) Jacobs, Nele (Netherlands)
PS-Mon-am-247 A study of self concept, ad- PS-Mon-am-259 Asymmetry of body and
justment and academic achievement of adoles brain as determinants of believing in paranor-
cents in relation to socio-demographic varia mal phenomena
bles Schulter, Gnter (Austria)
Kumar, Parmod (India)
PS-Mon-am-260 Hardiness differently pre
PS-Mon-am-248 Foreign language acquisi dicted in men and women in the Czech sam
tion by using precision eaching method ple
Larcan, Rosalba (Italy) Solcova, Iva (Czech Republic)
PS-Mon-am-249 What do you tell your stu- PS-Mon-am-261 Discripancy between auto-
dents what school is for and how does it affect nomeous reaction and conscious psychic per-
their motivation? A study in the Singaporean ception following acute mental stress after the
context disaster of 9-11 in New York
Lee, Jie Qi (Singapore) Stueck, Marcus (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-250 The survey and analysis of PS-Mon-am-262 Asperger Spectrum Quotient
mental stress and coping manner of Chinese (ASQ) and electroencephalographic topograph-
college students analyses
Liao, Xiangrong (Peoples Republic of China) Sugawara, Masakazu (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-251 Design of a research experi- PS-Mon-am-263 Development of problem be
ment for the training in motivationals compe- haviours among Japanese children: A behav
tencies through educational innovation in per- ioural genetic approach
sonality and social psychology subjects Sugawara, Masumi (Japan)
Muela, Jos Antonio (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-264 Posterior versus anterior EEG
Topic:Personality and individual differ theta activity: A correlate of personality traits
ences related to incentive motivation
Wacker, Jan (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-252 Biomembrane correlates of
PS-Mon-am-265 Gender differences in mas-
personality: New strategy of psychobiological
culinity and femininity with regard to the active
assesment to people of risk-professions
paternity atage
Aminev, Evarist (Russia)
Aguilar-Luzon, Maria del Carmen (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-253 Quality and quantitative EEG
PS-Mon-am-266 Possessing absence: An ex-
abnormalities in offenders with Antisocial Per-
ploratory study of a hijra`s life
sonality Disorder
Cherian, Diana (India)
Calzada, Ana (Cuba)
PS-Mon-am-268 Masculinity: An overview
PS-Mon-am-254 EG and topography frequen-
Cronan, Kerry Richard (Australia)
cy in alcohol dependence offenders
Calzada, Ana (Cuba) PS-Mon-am-269 Girls just wanna have
fun? Impact of students gender on status and
PS-Mon-am-255 Self-regulatory strength les-
growth in their emotional development during
sens rumination and increases self-confidence
language instruction
Geisler, Fay C.M. (Germany)
Cronjger, Hanna (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-256 Positive evidence for Eysencks
PS-Mon-am-270 In-group favoritism in lead
arousal hypothesis: Combining electroencepha
ership evaluations: A gender perspective
logram and magnetic resonance imaging me-
Cuadrado, Isabel (Spain)
thods
Hagemann, Dirk (Germany) PS-Mon-am-271 A smile is just a smile: But
only for men. Gender differences in response
PS-Mon-am-257 Personal features of children
to faces scales
with educational problems
Elfering, Achim (Switzerland)
Ivashchenko, Nina (Russia)

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PS-Mon-am-272 Gender differences during PS-Mon-am-285 The correlations between

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adolescence in factors of the socio-emotional playing computer games involving violence and
development displays of aggression by the players
Garaigordobil, Maite (Spain) Denglerova, Denisa (Czech Republic)
PS-Mon-am-273 Does work experience make PS-Mon-am-286 Prevalence of dominating
a difference in the expression of gender role and jealous tactics in adolescent and young
behavior? adult dating relationships
Harring, Kathleen (USA) Fernndez Gonzlez, Liria (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-274 Effects of gender and ethni- PS-Mon-am-288 Program of education of
city on gender beliefs, identity styles, and social skills for the prevention of the violence in the
well-being pair in the educational context
Hejazi Moughari, Elaheh (Islamic Republic of Garca-Baamonde Snchez, Maria Elena
Iran) (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-275 The gender differences in PS-Mon-am-289 Psychosocial profiles of bul-
the pattern of major and college selection and lies, victims and bully-victims
the mental health Georgiou, Stelios (Cyprus)
Hsu, Chong-Shiann (Taiwan)
PS-Mon-am-290 Problems in treating Pro
PS-Mon-am-276 Worrying and performance longed Incestual Violence (PIV): Research clini-
on attention tasks: Gender differences cal, and ethical issues: The impact on treatment
Janowski, Konrad (Italy) outcomes of nondisclosure vs. self-disclosure
Goldberg, Greta (Australia)
PS-Mon-am-277 Girls and mathematical edu-
cation: Results of a longitudinal study PS-Mon-am-291 Sexual aggression in dating
Jling, Inge (Germany) relationships of Spanish students during high
school and university
PS-Mon-am-278 A study on the gender diffe-
Fernndez Gonzlez, Liria (Spain)
rences between intimacy dimensions of mar-
ried college students PS-Mon-am-292 The effect of positive adoles
Khamseh, Akram (Islamic Republic of Iran) cent choices training (a cognative-behavioral
program) on violence prevention in adolescents
Topic:Social psychology of Tehran
PS-Mon-am-279 Mothers of aggressive chil Hajati, Fereshteh Sadat (Islamic Republic of Iran)
dren: insights on how to prevent transgressor PS-Mon-am-293 Differences between reven-
behavior in the future ge and retaliation
Basaglia, Aline (Brazil) Janson, Michal (Poland)
PS-Mon-am-280 Protective and risk factors of PS-Mon-am-294 Feminine identity in teen
being bully and victim in a Turkish adolescent agers with abuse experience who entered to
sample government protection programs in Colombia
Bayraktar, Fatih (Turkey) Jimnez Flrez, Mauricio Hernn (Colombia)
PS-Mon-am-281 Prevalence and chronicity of PS-Mon-am-295 Long-term influences of past
dating violence among a sample of South Afri- bullied experience on mental health in late
can university students adolescence
Bhana, Kerlanie (South Africa) Kameda, Hideko (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-282 Burnout: A vulnerability fac- PS-Mon-am-296 Couple relations scales be
tor for PTSD tween non-violent and violent couples
Boudoukha, Abdel Halim (France) Lee, Sang-Bok (Republic of Korea)
PS-Mon-am-283 Effectiveness of culturally PS-Mon-am-297 An experimental research on
adapted violence prevention with children from childrens concepts of bullying and their coping
Latin America: A multi-country report styles
Clinton, Amanda (Puerto Rico) Li, Xinyu (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-284 Bullying: Aggression and
emotions
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PS-Mon-am-298 The prevalent of child sexual PS-Mon-am-311 Effects of perpetrator status
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abuse and its association with risky behaviours and punishment on feelings of revenge
among rural adolescent in Hunan province, Torvik, Fartein Ask (Norway)
China
PS-Mon-am-312 Online game and aggressive
Lin, Danhua (Peoples Republic of China)
behavior of college students
PS-Mon-am-299 Campus violence in Chinese Wang, Chih-Chien (Taiwan)
high school
PS-Mon-am-313 Cruelty to animals among
Liu, Xuanwen (Peoples Republic of China)
Chinese children referred to psychiatric service
PS-Mon-am-300 Television and aggression: A Wong, Siu Yi Ann (Peoples Republic of China)
test of a mediated model
PS-Mon-am-314 What factors modulate atti-
Ferreira, Joaquim (Portugal)
tudes towards homosexuality in a small Cana-
PS-Mon-am-301 Posttraumatic stress disorder dian university located in a semi-rural setting?
in women experiencing partner violence in El Bacon, Benoit A. (Canada)
Salvador and Spain
PS-Mon-am-315 The relationship between
Matud, Pilar (Spain)
marital adjustment and relationship standards
PS-Mon-am-302 Illicit drug use, alcohol use Barazandeh, Hoda (Islamic Republic of Iran)
and perpetration of dating violence among
PS-Mon-am-316 The aggressor identity vs. tar
Spanish adolescents
get effect on representation of the terrorism
Fernndez Gonzlez, Liria (Spain)
Battistelli, Piergiorgio (Italy)
PS-Mon-am-303 The effect of Emotional In-
telligence Training (EIT) on aggressiveness in Topic:Social issues
male students PS-Mon-am-317 The relation between accul-
Naghdi, Hadi (Islamic Republic of Iran) turation orientations preferred by both immig-
PS-Mon-am-304 Post-transgressional repair in rants and host society and immigrants school
tention: Its relationship with consequence se success
verity, trait favorability and responsibility attri- Antnio, Joo (Portugal)
bution PS-Mon-am-318 Creating ourselves: Ethnic
Pak, S. Tess (Peoples Republic of China) arts participation and adaptation in New Zea
PS-Mon-am-305 Ambivalent sexism in young land
people: Prediction of attitudes toward violence Fox, Stephen (New Zealand)
in the couple PS-Mon-am-319 Is ethnic identity in children
Palacios, Maria Soledad (Spain) worth measuring? The development of an eth-
PS-Mon-am-306 Women as victims of vio- nic identity scale for majority and minority
lence: Analyses of the effectof prevention cam- group children
paings in young peoples attitudes. Griffiths, Judith (Australia)
Palacios, Maria Soledad (Spain) PS-Mon-am-320 Community force: Ethnic
PS-Mon-am-307 The agressive behaviour networks for social inclusion
questionnaire (QCA): Two validation studies Hinding, Barbara (Germany)
Raimundo, Raquel (Portugal) PS-Mon-am-321 Differences on collective
PS-Mon-am-308 Male groups at risk for vio- identity and ethnic pride and differentiation
lence-related mortality in South African cities between whites and half-castes in Chile
Ratele, Kopano (South Africa) Jimenez, Amaia (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-309 Psychological disorders PS-Mon-am-322 Give me your tired, your
among salvadorean women victims of dome- poor, your huddled masses: Mortality salience,
stic violence physicality and immigration
Santos, Pablo (Spain) Osborne, Randall (USA)
PS-Mon-am-310 Parental attributions and the PS-Mon-am-324 The mote in thy brothers
risk of physical punishment: How do situational eye: Does recognizing faces of a different eth-
ambiguity and personality of the parents inter- nicity rely on the telling detail?
act? Stenberg, Georg (Sweden)
Steinmetz, Martina (Germany)

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PS-Mon-am-325 Ethnical identity and social PS-Mon-am-337 The parents working in Eu-

MONDAY, 21 JULY
adaptation in the different culture spheres for rope migrations effects on the behavior of Ro-
different ethnical groups manian children
Strode, Diana (Latvia) Constantinescu, Maria (Romania)
PS-Mon-am-326 Are they all the same? The PS-Mon-am-338 Down syndrome parents
influence of subcategorization on the percep worries about their children: Iranian family pat-
tion of group variability in a Polish and German tern
sample Dadkhah, Asghar (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Tauber, Joanna (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-339 Brazilian fathers participa
PS-Mon-am-327 Determinants of the attitudes tion during pregnancy and childbirth
of Ukrainians and Russians in Ukraine to ethnic Dessen, Maria Auxiliadora (Brazil)
and social-economic issues
PS-Mon-am-340 Brazilian grandparents in-
Tereshchenko, Kira (Ukraine)
fluence on family life during the birth of their
PS-Mon-am-328 A longitudinal narrative stu- grandchildren
dy of psychological acculturation of immigrants Dessen, Maria Auxiliadora (Brazil)
in Finland
PS-Mon-am-341 Families of agricultural and
Varjonen, Sirkku (Finland)
urban zone: Characteristics and conceptions of
PS-Mon-am-329 Relationships between gen- adolescents
der, gender role orientation and work-family Ebner Melchiori, Lgia (Brazil)
and family-work conflicts
PS-Mon-am-342 Effect mechanism of family
Aguilar-Luzon, Maria del Carmen (Spain)
functioning on adolescents emotional prob-
PS-Mon-am-330 Becoming parents of a pre- lem
mature baby: Parental adjustment facing a pre- Fang, Xiaoyi (Peoples Republic of China)
term birth a 3 year follow-up
PS-Mon-am-343 Discipline styles used by Spa
Araujo-Pedrosa, Anabela (Portugal)
nish parents: A preliminary study
PS-Mon-am-331 Parenting and socio-person Gmez-Guadix, Manuel (Spain)
al development in contexts of social vulnerabi-
PS-Mon-am-344 The family in the contem-
lity
porary society: Shared tasks?
Bartau Rojas, Isabel (Spain)
Goulao, Maria de Fatima (Portugal)
PS-Mon-am-332 Effects of community-social-
PS-Mon-am-345 Single mother families, step
and spouse-support on womens work-family-
father families, and intact families: Childrens
conflict in privatized vs. non-privatized Israeli
psychosocial adjustment & mothers experience
kibutz.
of parenthood
Braunstein-Bercovitz, Hedva (Israel)
Hakvoort, Esther (Netherlands)
PS-Mon-am-333 Work-family conflict and co-
PS-Mon-am-346 Parents and children in cus
ping in Germany and Sweden
tody disputes
Staar, Henning (Germany)
Heubeck, Bernd (Australia)
PS-Mon-am-334 How do infertile couples fol-
PS-Mon-am-347 The relationships between
lowing IVF-treatment consider their frozen em-
Taiwanese family boundary and adolescent
bryos?
school adjustment: A multilevel approach
Cailleau, Franoise (Belgium)
Huang, Tsung-Chain (Taiwan)
PS-Mon-am-335 Gender, guilt and parenting
PS-Mon-am-348 Family relationship in the ru-
styles: A comparison between employed and
ral areas of Bangladesh: A comparative study
non-employed mothers
on Muslim and Santal community
Carrasco, Maria Jose (Spain)
Islam, A.K.M. Shafiul (Bangladesh)
PS-Mon-am-336 Television and the family con
PS-Mon-am-349 Comparative evaluation of
text
adaptability in families with handicapped mem-
Conde, Elena (Spain)
ber
Javadian, Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran)

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PS-Mon-am-350 Couples communication PS-Mon-am-363 Attachment to peers and de
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style and marital attribution in Japan pressive symptomatology: A study in preadoles


Kawashima, Akiko (Japan) cents
Carmen, Senra Rivera (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-351 Mothers expressed emotion
towards children with and without autism: PS-Mon-am-364 Psychopathology in a sam
Study in Iran ple of Greek Cypriot students
Khodabakhshi Koolaee, Anahita (Islamic Repub- Demetriou, Andreas (Cyprus)
lic of Iran)
PS-Mon-am-365 Relationship between body
Topic:Clinical/Counseling psychology mass index, obesity and total body fat with de-
pression in 15 to 49 years old females
PS-Mon-am-352 Lifetime prevalence and im- Eftekhari, Mohammad Hassan (Islamic
pact of stalking: Epidemiological data from Eas- Republic of Iran)
tern Austria
Burger, Christoph (Austria) PS-Mon-am-366 Obsessive compulsive symp-
toms in Aspergers disorder and high function
PS-Mon-am-353 Self-concept of male and fe- ing autism
male conduct-disordered adolescents Fischer, Christian (Germany)
Fischer, Pascal S. (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-368 A cultural understanding of
PS-Mon-am-354 Peer-group norms regarding risky behavior engagement amongst Chinese
abusive behavior: The case of Japanese junior adolescents
high school students Goldfinger, Marc (Canada)
Onishi, Ayako (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-369 Examining early adaptation
PS-Mon-am-355 Politics and voters appeal of difficulties among 3-year-old children with dif-
boot camps vs. psychologically based early ficulties in attention and hyperactivity: The role
childhood intervention for the prevention of of biological risk-factors, family stressors and
antisocial behavior parenting practices
Schlauch-Rigby, Gisela (USA) Gosar, David (Slovenia)
PS-Mon-am-356 Predicting clinical depression PS-Mon-am-370 Considerations regarding the
in adolescents by self-reports use of screening tools in the identification of
Aebi, Marcel (Switzerland) children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity
PS-Mon-am-357 Linguistic and conceptual Disorder (ADHD)
equivalence of Conners revised rating scales in Karaba, Rania (Greece)
a Sudanese sample PS-Mon-am-371 Emotion understanding of
Al-Awad, Ahmed (Sudan) children with ADHD and its relation to social
PS-Mon-am-358 Youth and addiction: Treat- problems
ment of co-morbid disorders Kats-Gold, Inna (Israel)
Andorfer, Ute (Austria) PS-Mon-am-372 Depression and feelings of
PS-Mon-am-359 Chronic physical complaints loneliness in a sample of Greek primary school
of adolescents in Germany: A population-based children
cross-sectional survey Didaskalou, Eleni (Greece)
Barkmann, Claus (Germany) PS-Mon-am-373 Feelings of loneliness and
PS-Mon-am-360 Subjective body experience family coherence in children
and attitude toward ones body in patients with Kleftaras, George (Greece)
eating disorder PS-Mon-am-374 The mental health of adoles
Brytek-Matera, Anna (Poland) cents in Rural South Australia: Perspectives of
PS-Mon-am-361 The role of self-discrepancy human service providers
in eating disordered womens body image Kurtin, Marijeta (Australia)
Brytek-Matera, Anna (Poland) PS-Mon-am-375 Impact of the speed of visual
PS-Mon-am-362 Parental characteristics and and auditory stimuli on the perceptive and
practices and children early disruptive behav comprehensive aspects of communication in
iours children with autism
Carbonneau, Rene (Canada) Lain, France (France)

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PS-Mon-am-376 The longitudinal relationship PS-Mon-am-388 Mental health, risk and re

MONDAY, 21 JULY
between conduct problems and depression of silience in German children and adolescents.
Korean adolescents Results from the BELLA study within the Ger-
Lee, Suk-Hi (Republic of Korea) man health interview and examination survey
for children and adolescents (KiGGS)
PS-Mon-am-377 Social competence of ado
Ravens-Sieberer, Ulrike (Germany)
lescents having schizophrenia
Levikova, Ekaterina (Russia) Topic:Health psychology
PS-Mon-am-378 Effect of play therapy group PS-Mon-am-389 Development of preventive
counseling on life adjustment of shy children intention scale for sexually transmitted diseases
Liu, Xuanwen (Peoples Republic of China) on Japanese university students
PS-Mon-am-379 The mental health service Amazaki, Mitsuhiro (Japan)
needs of children and adolescents in the south PS-Mon-am-390 The developmental of chil
east of Ireland drens perceptions of oral health and disease
Martin, Maeve (Ireland) Croker, Steve (United Kingdom)
PS-Mon-am-380 Parenting the disruptive child: PS-Mon-am-391 Concepts of mental health
From cope to hope: Parental satisfaction and and barriers to help services from the perspec-
treatment outcomes in the evaluation of suc- tive of children and parents: Recent results
cessive parenting and childrens social skills from the AMHC-(Access to Mental Health Care
groups in a clinical setting in Children)-Study
Maunula, Stephen (Canada) de Oliveira Kppler, Christoph (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-381 Media role in a crisis psycho- PS-Mon-am-392 Clinical and counseling psy-
logical intervention chology: The psychological profile of the hemo-
Monov, Hristo (Bulgaria) dialized patients
PS-Mon-am-382 A study of effectiveness of Drobot, Loredana (Romania)
structural family therapy approach in treatment PS-Mon-am-393 A model of unprotected sex
of 6-12 years old children with separation anx ual activity among gay-identified men
iety disorder Gillis, Joseph Roy (Canada)
Mousavi, Rogayyeh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Mon-am-394 Body-experience in breast
PS-Mon-am-383 Burden of care: Measuring cancer patients: A study with the repertory grid
the impact of pediatric psychiatric, emotional technique
and behavioral disorders on caregivers Grimm, Anne (Germany)
Murdoch, Douglas (Canada)
PS-Mon-am-395 Implicit association test and
PS-Mon-am-384 Parental rearing styles and ad childrens concept of alcohol
justment patterns in Portuguese school-aged Heim-Dreger, Uwe (Germany)
children
Pereira, Ana Isabel (Portugal) PS-Mon-am-396 The role of goal focus for
success in dieting
PS-Mon-am-385 Features of emotional and Hennecke, Marie (Switzerland)
body experience oof the children with the Burn
Trauma PS-Mon-am-397 Body consciousness mode-
Pervichko, Elena (Russia) rates the effect of message framing on inten-
tions to use sunscreen
PS-Mon-am-386 Coping strategies in parents Hevey, David (Ireland)
of children with pervasive developmental disor-
ders PS-Mon-am-398 Sense of coherence and ill-
Pouretemad, Hamid (Islamic Republic of Iran) ness experience
Horike, Hiroko (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-387 The effect of picture ex-
change communication system on behavioral PS-Mon-am-399 The effect of demographic
problems of children with Autism spectrum factors on elderly peoples general health
Disorders Javadian, Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Pouretemad, Hamid (Islamic Republic of Iran) PS-Mon-am-400 Health and cultural beliefs
unique to the Caribbean University student
Johnson, Lockie (Netherlands Antilles)

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PS-Mon-am-401 Relationships between mind PS-Mon-am-415 Developmental outcomes in
MONDAY, 21 JULY

fulness and perfectionism with mental health children with very-low-birth-weight


Kabirnezhad, Sanaz (Islamic Republic of Iran) Noi, Mika (Japan)
PS-Mon-am-402 Factor analysis of Brief COPE PS-Mon-am-416 Post traumatic stress disor-
in a sample of Greek Cypriot adults der and psychological functioning in spinal
Kapsou, Margarita (Cyprus) cord injured patients
Pillay, Basil (South Africa)
PS-Mon-am-403 Development of the Mann-
heim Stress Test PS-Mon-am-417 The contribution of changes
Kolotylova, Tatyana (Germany) in diet, exercise and stress management to
changes in cardiovascular risk factors in pa
PS-Mon-am-404 Health-related quality of life
tients at risk for heart disease
in thyroid diseases: Relative validity of two ge-
Pischke, Claudia (USA)
neric instruments
Knig, Dorothea (Austria) PS-Mon-am-418 Comparative impact of be
ing the bearer of a chronic illness on quality of
PS-Mon-am-405 Psychometric properties of
life (QOL), health locus of control (HLOC) and
Polish adaptation of the Postpartum Depres
perceived social support (PSS) at Glaucoma and
sion Screening Scale
Osteoarthritis patients
Kossakowska-Petrycka, Karolina (Poland)
Popa-Velea, Ovidiu (Romania)
PS-Mon-am-406 A study of subjective well-
PS-Mon-am-419 Psychosocial determinants of
being and health of Spanish nurses of health-
health care use by obese adults: Findings from
care organizations
KORA, Germany
Martinez, Fermin (Spain)
von Lengerke, Thomas (Germany)
PS-Mon-am-407 Negative affect in focal epi-
PS-Mon-am-420 The development of a cog-
lepsy: The role of quality of life perception
nitive-behavior group intervention program to
Meneses, Rute F. (Portugal)
reduce the hostility level of coronary heart dis
PS-Mon-am-408 Why do people smoke ciga- ease patients and its effect on blood coagula
rettes? Different reasons for different people tion function
Nahari, Galit (Israel) Weng, Chia-Ying (Taiwan)
PS-Mon-am-409 Evaluation of the quality of PS-Mon-am-421 The effect of biofeedback
life in Iranian women with fibromyalgia treatment under stress situation on test anx
Roshan, Rasol (Islamic Republic of Iran) iety
Yuan, Xiaojiao (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-410 Relationship between loneli-
ness and self, Reported health among universi- PS-Mon-am-422 Psychometric instruments for
ty students measuring and preventing the risk of compli
Zardeckaite-Matulaitiene, Kristina (Lithuania) cated grief in bereaved parents
Guarino, Angela (Italy)
PS-Mon-am-411 Psychological factors of adult
patients with sustained atopic dermatitis PS-Mon-am-423 Factors associated with psy-
Takaki, Hiroko (Japan) chological responses after a grandparents
death
PS-Mon-am-412 Personal control variables
Janowski, Konrad (Italy)
and body image dissatisfaction
Vivas, Eleonora (Venezuela) PS-Mon-am-424 The influence of intelligence
on early mortality is explained by household
PS-Mon-am-413 Pleasant activities as rein-
income: National longitudinal study of youth
forcers and indicators of quality of life: Their
Jokela, Markus (Finland)
impact on depression in the elderly
Kleftaras, George (Greece) PS-Mon-am-425 Readiness to bereavement:
The change of mens prospect before the death
PS-Mon-am-414 Biological factors and psy-
of their wife
chosocial stress as contributors to coronary ar-
Kobayashi, Shinichi (Japan)
tery disease among veterans with traumatic
blindness PS-Mon-am-427 Representations of being
Kushnir, Talma (Israel) dead: Cognitive and cultural constraints
Pereira, Vera (Portugal)

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PS-Mon-am-428 Reflections about relation PS-Mon-am-441 Level of automation: Effects

MONDAY, 21 JULY
ships in later life: The old people and their fami- on train drivers vigilance
lies Spring, Peter (Australia)
Perez-Marin, Marian (Spain)
PS-Mon-am-442 Does general situation aware
PS-Mon-am-429 Risk factors and protectors ness exist?
of suicide behavior in secondary school stu- Sun, Xianghong (Peoples Republic of China)
dents
PS-Mon-am-443 Impact of visualization type
Pinto Loria, Maria de Lourdes (Mexico)
and individual factorson human reliability with
Topic:Industrial/Organizational psycho- monitoring systems
logy Wuheng, Zuo (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-444 Usability test of voice-oper
PS-Mon-am-430 An investigation of the ef-
ated cellular phone services
fect of organizational entrepreneurship teach
Wuheng, Zuo (Peoples Republic of China)
ing on entrepreneurial inclination of universitys
employees PS-Mon-am-445 A proposed model of safety
Adibrad, Nastaran (Islamic Republic of Iran) climate: Contributing factors and consequences
Yucebilgic, Harika (Turkey)
PS-Mon-am-431 Influence of time pressure
on the inspection performance in nuclear pow- PS-Mon-am-446 The effect of group training
er plants organizational behavior on organizational cli-
Bertovic, Marija (Germany) mate, organizational commitment and job sa-
tisfaction in Isfahan municipality personnel
PS-Mon-am-432 Effects of interior color on
Ahmadi, Elaheh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
emotion in fullDi-scale modeling
Hirschmller, Anna Katharina (Germany) PS-Mon-am-447 Impressions on facial appear
ance and their influence on HR selection pro-
PS-Mon-am-433 Dynamic predicative model
cess
of cognitive load in a dual task environment
Alves Lino de Souza, Altay (Brazil)
Jinbo, Li (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-448 Can web-based feedback
PS-Mon-am-434 Development of speech syn-
facilitation enhance the effect of feedback on
thesizer for the blind capabilities in Slavic lan-
performance?
guage
Schollaert, Eveline (Belgium)
Losik, George (Belarus)
PS-Mon-am-449 Negative effect of organiza-
PS-Mon-am-435 Cognitive load and rating
tional changes on employees well-being and
accuracy during the observation of an assess-
its psychological correction
ment center group discussion
Barabanshchikova, Valentina (Russia)
Melchers, Klaus G. (Switzerland)
PS-Mon-am-450 Selection of applicants for
PS-Mon-am-436 Assessing user experience
apprenticeship positions in public administra
through retrospective time estimation
tion: Construction and validation of a test to
Meyer, Herbert A. (Germany)
measure concentration
PS-Mon-am-437 Acceptability and usability Bartholdt, Luise (Germany)
of technical solutions in old age
PS-Mon-am-452 An evaluation of the career
Oppenauer, Claudia (Austria)
centers services in Turkish universities
PS-Mon-am-438 Comprehensibility of warn Bykgze Kavas, Aysenur (Turkey)
ing symbols
PS-Mon-am-453 Relationship between leader
Paridon, Hiltraut (Germany)
ship style of managers and conflict manage-
PS-Mon-am-439 How do organizational val ment methods
ues and individual differences determine pat- Fathi-Ashtiani, Ali (Islamic Republic of Iran)
terns of sensemaking?
PS-Mon-am-454 Empirical research on man
Perry, Anthony (USA)
agers meta-competence model and its rela
PS-Mon-am-440 Relationship model in cross- tionship with performance
cultural thinking aloud usability testing Feng, Ming (Peoples Republic of China)
Shi, Qingxin (Denmark)

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PS-Mon-am-455 Career priority patterns PS-Mon-am-468 The relationship between
MONDAY, 21 JULY

among managerial women in Turkish banks: employment relationship and flexible work-
Benefits of putting career first? force occupational fatigue, job insecurity
Fiksenbaum, Lisa (Canada) Miao, Qing (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-am-456 Distinctive features of devel
opment of the need of further improvement in
Poster Session
organization employees
Fil, Alena (Ukraine) Monday Afternoon, 14.00 17.00 h

PS-Mon-am-457 Job strain, negative sensitivi- Topic: History, theory, psychology as a


ty and health in Venezuelan professionals discipline
Goncalves Oliveira, Lila (Venezuela)
PS-Mon-pm-001 Sensitivity to vowel catego-
PS-Mon-am-458 The structure of Hollands ries in bilingual infants
RIASEC types in Serbia and Croatia Albareda, Barbara (Spain)
Hedrih, Vladimir (Serbia)
PS-Mon-pm-002 Vocal recognition in golden
PS-Mon-am-459 Gendered Guanxi: How monkeys (Rhinopithecus roxellana)
women managers in information technology Su, Yanjie (Peoples Republic of China)
field in China network
PS-Mon-pm-003 Indigenization of psychology
Huang, Jiehua (Finland)
in the Sudan
PS-Mon-am-460 Work environment, work- Altayp, Anas (Sudan)
nonwork interface, and quality of life offree-
PS-Mon-pm-004 Intelligence assessment and
lance teleworkers
their impact in the formulation of educational
Huang, Qinghai (Peoples Republic of China)
policies in Colombia
PS-Mon-am-461 Effect of employees self- Arias Patino, Erika (Colombia)
esteem and the discrepancy between self-ap
PS-Mon-pm-005 Freuds China connections
praisal and reflected self-appraisal on relation-
Blowers, Geoffrey (Hong Kong SAR of the Peo-
ships with superordinates
ples Republic of China)
Isobe, Chikae (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-006 Providing psychiatric care to
PS-Mon-am-462 The blind spot in person-
a small and remote Island population
nel selection: The role of unconscious factors in
Cheney, Alan (Netherlands Antilles)
job interviews
Kolominski, Stephan (Germany) PS-Mon-pm-007 View from preschools in Tur-
key
PS-Mon-am-463 Performance evaluation with
Dincer, Caglayan (Turkey)
within-individual comparisons: A prospect the-
ory approach PS-Mon-pm-009 The professional develop-
Kwong, Jessica Y.Y. (Hong Kong SAR of the ment of Sardinian psychologists: Analysis of
Peoples Republic of China) present trends
Guicciardi, Marco (Italy)
PS-Mon-am-464 Leadership in market-orient
ed contexts PS-Mon-pm-010 International assessment of
Laumann, Maja (Germany) learning in scientific literacy between Germany
and Taiwanese on PISA 2006
PS-Mon-am-465 Psychological determinants
Lin, Hsiao-Fang (Taiwan)
of industrial enterprise managers responsibili-
ty PS-Mon-pm-011 The development and use of
Lazorko, Olha (Ukraine) Romanian system for reviewing and certifica-
tion of psychological tests
PS-Mon-am-466 Professional motivation and
Lita, Stefan (Romania)
organizational commitment
Lebedeva, Nataliya (Ukraine) PS-Mon-pm-012 Workers education and so-
cial inclusion in Brazil
PS-Mon-am-467 In job interviews, the behav
Matos Coelho, Maria Ins (Brazil)
iour of an interviewer affects the reaction of
the job candidate
Meier-Faust, Thomas (Germany)

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PS-Mon-pm-013 First-year university student PS-Mon-pm-027 Psychodynamics of well-

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adjustment: Factor structure and profiles in dif- being
ferent faculties Shukla, Aradhana (India)
Miezitis, Solveiga (Latvia)
PS-Mon-pm-028 Triple world, triple realm
PS-Mon-pm-014 The relationship between model of life: A chaotic system for understand
students attitude towards entrepreneurship, ing psychology.
value, personality and achievement motivation: Snyder, Roslyn (Australia)
A case study in Malaysia
PS-Mon-pm-029 An exploration for Frankls
Nordin, Nor Akmar (Malaysia)
psychology of religion
PS-Mon-pm-015 Continuing initiatives for Ni- Sui, Guangyuan (Peoples Republic of China)
gerian psychology in the present century
PS-Mon-pm-030 Rawlss principles of justice:
Nwachuku, Viktor (Nigeria)
From a thought experiment to an empirical
PS-Mon-pm-016 How psychology is given its study
importance in the Early Childhood Teacher Xu, Huanu (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Re-
Education Program adopted in METU public of China)
Parlak Rakap, Asiye (Turkey)
Topic: Research methods and statistics
PS-Mon-pm-017 Accreditation process and
quality assurance of education in the profes PS-Mon-pm-031 Clinical significance of WISC-
sional school of clinical psychology in Japan 111 for the gifted children
Shibui, Susumu (Japan) Ahmed, Khalil (Sudan)

PS-Mon-pm-018 Wundt and Stumpf collec- PS-Mon-pm-032 Is it possible to combine dis-


tions in Japan course analysis and survey methods? A theore-
Takasuna, Miki (Japan) tical account
Anderssen, Norman (Norway)
PS-Mon-pm-019 Chinese rural migrant wor-
kers social attitude personality and poverty at- PS-Mon-pm-033 Binge eating assessment in
tribution Spanish population
Zhang, Jianxin (Peoples Republic of China) Andrs, Ana (Spain)

PS-Mon-pm-020 Brain, mind and thinking: PS-Mon-pm-034 A factorial exploratory anal


Three different entities? ysis of Minnesota multiphasic personality in-
Botia Sanabria, Maria Lucero (Colombia) ventory adolescents (MMPI-A)
Berro, Angela (Colombia)
PS-Mon-pm-021 How many psychologies do
we need? PS-Mon-pm-035 Construction of inventories
Brinkmann, Svend (Denmark) assessing metacognitive ability
Asamura, Akihiko (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-022 Psychology in postmodern
settings: Theoretical and practical challenges PS-Mon-pm-036 Effects of computerized ad-
Jovanovic, Gordana (Serbia) aptive testing and feedback on test-taking mo-
tivation and achievement
PS-Mon-pm-023 Internal activeness as a sen- Asseburg, Regine (Germany)
se of wisdom From the transcendental point
of view of Heidegger PS-Mon-pm-037 The study of the validity and
Kojima, Yasuji (Japan) reliability of the Trait Meta-Mood Scale (TMMS)
among students
PS-Mon-pm-024 Influence of Byelorussian Bayani, Ali Asghar (Islamic Republic of Iran)
stage of creativity of Vygotskogo on develop-
ment of psychology in Russia, Byelorussia PS-Mon-pm-038 Validation and norming
Kolominsky, Yakov (Belarus) the Computerized Adpative Test of Anxiety
(A-CAT)
PS-Mon-pm-025 A health psychology per- Becker, Janine (Germany)
spective on therapy of sexual delinquency
Krischke, Norbert (Germany) PS-Mon-pm-039 Selection of applicants for
apprenticeship positions in public administra
PS-Mon-pm-026 Two perspectives on the mo- tion: Construction and validation of a method
dular mind to capture the ability to reason
Ni, Yujing (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Re- Boessneck, Andre (Germany)
public of China)
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PS-Mon-pm-040 Messurement of profession PS-Mon-pm-052 Psychometric properties of
MONDAY, 21 JULY

al self-understanding at practising psycholo- Lithuanian version of the Intelligence Structure


gists Test 2000-R
Bondarenko, Alexander (Ukraine) Dragunevicius, Kestutis (Lithuania)
PS-Mon-pm-041 On the validity of specific PS-Mon-pm-053 Adaptation and validation
cognitive abilities for predicting training suc- of the positive affect and negative affect sche-
cess in Germany: A multi-level meta-analysis dule to Chile
Borgmann, Lars (Germany) Dufey, Michele (Chile)
PS-Mon-pm-042 Gender differences on the PS-Mon-pm-054 Fast visual stimulus system
Mental Rotation Test: No item specificity using LED
Bors, Douglas A. (Canada) Eda, Hideo (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-043 The Health Scale for Chinese PS-Mon-pm-055 The four factor personality
Drug Abuser (HSDA): Development, reliability, test based on 4 elements
and validity Fajmonova, Dana (Czech Republic)
Cai, Taisheng (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-056 The role of dynamic testing
PS-Mon-pm-044 Academic performance in in assessing cognition competence of children
college: Study of the effects of interaction per- Fang, Ping (Peoples Republic of China)
son-context with Portuguese students
PS-Mon-pm-057 The structural validity of the
Candeias, Adelinda (Portugal)
coping strategies questionnaire for teachers
PS-Mon-pm-045 Developing test tools to Faraci, Palmira (Italy)
analyze and diagnose mathematical creativity
PS-Mon-pm-058 Psychometric properties of
in junior high students in Taiwan
the interpersonal reactivity index in a sample of
Chen, Lee-Chou (Taiwan)
Chilean university students
PS-Mon-pm-046 Generalizability models ap- Fernandez, Ana Maria (Chile)
plied to analyzing reliability of multidimensional
PS-Mon-pm-059 Relationship between prob-
questionnaire on medical students attitudes
lems and frustrations of students in Japan,
towards family medicine
Sweden, Denmark and Finland
Chen, Xiaojuan (Hong Kong SAR of the
Fujii, Yoshihisa (Japan)
Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-060 Self-inventory of attitudes
PS-Mon-pm-047 Translation and cross-cultur
and skills of moral and spiritual intelligence
al adaptation of assessment instrument for
Garcia Fernandez, Carmen Irma (Puerto Rico)
working alliance in child psychotherapy
Ciucurel, Manuela Mihaela (Romania) PS-Mon-pm-061 The dependability of the de-
fensive functioning scale of diagnostic and sta-
PS-Mon-pm-048 Passageless comprehension
tistical manual of mental disorders (DSM-IV)
of the Nelson-Denny Reading Test: Well above
Ghamari Givi, Hossein (Islamic Republic of
chance for university students
Iran)
Coleman, Chris (USA)
PS-Mon-pm-062 Instrumental leadership: Val
PS-Mon-pm-049 The Narcissistic personality
idity and reliability of a new scale
inventory: Psychometric characteristics in a Tur-
Gleich, Heike (Germany)
kish sample
Coskan, Canan (Turkey) PS-Mon-pm-063 A study with children on fa-
mily in animal drawing test (Familie in Tiere
PS-Mon-pm-050 A study of factor structure
Test) by Brem Grser
of 3, 9 and 14-item per-construct Persian ver
Goktas, Goksu (Turkey)
sions of Ryffs scales of psychological well-being
in male and female university students Topic: Learning, memory and cognition
DaneshvarPour, Zohreh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Mon-pm-064 Contingency awareness in
PS-Mon-pm-051 A multidimensional view of operant conditioning of pain perception
temperament: Correlation between parental Becker, Susanne (Germany)
reports and observational methodology
Sim Teufel, Sandra (Spain) PS-Mon-pm-065 Neural correlates of aversive
conditioning
Blmel, Isabelle (Germany)
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PS-Mon-pm-066 Effects of continuous and PS-Mon-pm-080 The role of categorisation

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partial reinforcement over the acquisition of a for implicit sequence learning
specific criterion of response in rats Khnel, Anja (Germany)
Garca Leal, scar (Mexico)
PS-Mon-pm-081 Picture superiority in con-
PS-Mon-pm-067 Timing models and second ceptual implicit memory tests
order conditioning preparations McBride, Dawn (USA)
Garca Leal, scar (Mexico)
PS-Mon-pm-082 Artificial grammar learning
PS-Mon-pm-068 Functional magnetic reso- in primary school children with and without de-
nance neuroimaging of fear conditioning by velopmental dyslexia
using aversive pictures as unconditioned sti Pavlidou, Elpis (United Kingdom)
muli
PS-Mon-pm-083 Functional MRI investigation
Klucken, Tim (Germany)
of neural networks in implicit sequence learn
PS-Mon-pm-069 State-dependent learned ing in schizophrenic patients
valuation determines food choice Pedersen, Anya (Germany)
Knnecke, Katja (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-084 Semantic priming between
PS-Mon-pm-070 Effects of varying reinforce- verbal and pictorial codes in visual modality
ment availability using temporally defined Rebernjak, Bla (Croatia)
schedules
PS-Mon-pm-085 Neural activation shifts du-
Torres, Carlos (Mexico)
ring implicit sequence learning in old age: An
PS-Mon-pm-071 Analyzing temporal conti fMRI study
guity with a sensory preconditioning task Rieckmann, Anna (Sweden)
Torres Berrio, Angelica (Colombia)
PS-Mon-pm-086 Cognitive processes speeded
PS-Mon-pm-072 Interference between cues by implicitly learned visual context: An event-
needs a causal frame related brain potential study
Gonzlez Martn, Estrella (Spain) Schankin, Andrea (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-073 Paired associated learning PS-Mon-pm-087 Ordinal position information
by Chinese children with dyslexia in implicit learning
Li, Hong (Peoples Republic of China) Schuck, Nicolas (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-074 Individual difference in face PS-Mon-pm-088 Different forgetting rates of
memory and eye fixation patterns during face implicit and explicit knowledge in a serial reac-
learning tion time task
Sekiguchi, Takahiro (Japan) Tamayo, Ricardo (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-075 Individual differences of de- PS-Mon-pm-089 The role of symmetry and
clarative memory from infancy to childhood repetition in material when learning implicitly
Kolling, Thorsten (Germany) an artificial grammar
Witt, Arnaud (France)
PS-Mon-pm-076 Incidental probability learn
ing test PS-Mon-pm-090 New issues of implicit learn
Aczel, Balazs (United Kingdom) ing and its influence on research of expertise
Zhang, Yingping (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-077 Procedural learning in ob-
sessive-compulsive disorder compared to anx Topic: Cognition
iety disorder
Bauer, Anja (Germany) PS-Mon-pm-091 Possible cognitive processes
involved in the creation of the concept of four-
PS-Mon-pm-078 Processing non-adjacent de-
dimensional spacetime
pendencies
Babb, Richard (USA)
Destrebecqz, Arnaud (Belgium)
PS-Mon-pm-092 Cognitive flexibility, selective
PS-Mon-pm-079 No evidence for abstraction
attention and semantic verbal fluency in three
with extended exposure in artificial grammar
schizophrenic dimensions: Psychotic, negative
learning
and disorganisation (P.A.N.S.S)
Johansson, Tobias (Sweden)
Bejaoui, Moez (France)

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PS-Mon-pm-093 The support of the existence PS-Mon-pm-106 Integration of action effects
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of preferred landing position in the recognition in mental task representations


of Chinese words with high frequency Lukas, Sarah (Germany)
Chou, Yu-Ju (Taiwan)
PS-Mon-pm-107 Relationship between fiction
PS-Mon-pm-094 Can mental images be ro games and mind theory
tated and examined? Saiz Manzanares, Maria Consuelo (Spain)
Dsa, Zoltn (Romania)
PS-Mon-pm-108 The effect of data character
PS-Mon-pm-095 Titles validity and effects on istics on mean estimation
users mental model. Masnick, Amy (USA)
Eyrolle, Hlne (France)
PS-Mon-pm-109 Students emotional apprais
PS-Mon-pm-096 Semiotic analysis of Brade- al mechanisms to academic events and their
sco Seguros publicity campaign We take good relation to attitude toward their professors
care of everything you care for Morales, Guadalupe (Mexico)
Grubits, Sonia (Brazil)
PS-Mon-pm-110 Cognitive aging and deci
PS-Mon-pm-097 Relationship between meta- sion quality in consumer choice
cognition, anxiety and depression among mo- Nunes, Ludmila (Portugal)
thers of deaf and normal children
PS-Mon-pm-111 Developmental ability of re-
Hakim Javadi, Mansour (Islamic Republic of
versibility perception of the ambiguous figures
Iran)
Sra, Lszl (Hungary)
PS-Mon-pm-098 Representation of four-di-
PS-Mon-pm-112 The eye movement research
mensional spacetime as separate spatial and
of the influence of music on cognition
temporal mental images
Sui, Xue (Peoples Republic of China)
Jirik-Babb, Pauline (USA)
PS-Mon-pm-113 An eye-tracking analysis of
PS-Mon-pm-099 Error processing while switch
context effects in multi-attribute, multi-alterna-
ing between addition and multiplication
tive decision making: Examining the attraction
Jost, Kerstin (Germany)
effect and the compromise effect
PS-Mon-pm-100 Effects of variable informa Tsuzuki, Takashi (Japan)
tion in perception and recognition for indoor
PS-Mon-pm-114 Automatic thoughts and lo-
scenes
cus of control as factors for academic success
Kasai, Yuriko (Japan)
Ackovska-Leskovska, Elena (The former
PS-Mon-pm-101 Dissonance in how we make Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia)
decisions and how we want to make decisions
PS-Mon-pm-115 Difficulty of stimulus discri-
Kerimi, Neda (Sweden)
mination and reaction times for negative emo-
PS-Mon-pm-102 The effects of the deception tional pictures
as a result of varying contents concerning the Akamine, Aki (Japan)
possibility of occurrence on ratings of truthful-
PS-Mon-pm-116 Influence of perceptual and
ness and forgiveness
emotional cues on risky driving
Kikuchi, Fumitoshi (Japan)
Alvarez, Vanessa (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-103 The asymmetric relationship
PS-Mon-pm-117 Evaluating the role of cogni-
between facial identity and facial expression:
tive and motivational strategies in the student
The influence of facial expression
academic achievement and psychologic prob-
Komatsu, Sahoko (Japan)
lem reduction
PS-Mon-pm-104 Impact of differing grades of Baezzat, Fereshteh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
anthropomorphism and embodiment on Theo-
PS-Mon-pm-118 Occasional excessive use of
ry of Mind (ToM): An fMRI study
alcohol an emotional ambivalence.
Krach, Sren (Germany)
Caballero, Amparo (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-105 The effect of mental loading
PS-Mon-pm-119 Hemispheric transfer in ale-
on meta-memory monitoring
xithymic subjects
Li, Jian (Peoples Republic of China)
Casagrande, Maria (Italy)

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PS-Mon-pm-120 Role of women in teaching PS-Mon-pm-135 Pregnancy in adolescence:

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of children Repercussions and the partners expectations
Chaturvedi, Niharika (India) Grubits Freire, Heloisa Bruna (Brazil)
PS-Mon-pm-121 Understanding of the emo- PS-Mon-pm-136 The imaginary audience, per
tions felt by the protagonist of a story: Impact sonal fable and pathological internet use of
on the meaning of the story Chinese adolescents
Clavel, Cline (France) Guo, Fei (Peoples Republic of China)

Topic: Human development PS-Mon-pm-137 Affect of media exposure


upon adolescent self-esteem
PS-Mon-pm-123 Disease attitude and self- Jansson-Boyd, Cathrine (United Kingdom)
concept of haemophiliac adolescents (HA) in
PS-Mon-pm-138 The relationship between
connection with parental attitude
emotion regulation strategy and physiological
Aralova, Marina (Russia)
response of children
PS-Mon-pm-124 Identity status and time per- Jiang, Yuan (Peoples Republic of China)
spective in adolescence
PS-Mon-pm-139 Locus of control and parent
Laghi, Fiorenzo (Italy)
ing style in runaway girls
PS-Mon-pm-125 Depression in adolescence: Khorramabadi, Razieh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Gender and grade differences
PS-Mon-pm-140 Problem solving and paren-
Benavides, Gemma (Spain)
ting style in runaway girls
PS-Mon-pm-126 Psychosocial determinants of Khorramabadi, Razieh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
the dimensions of depression in adolescence
PS-Mon-pm-141 Marijuana use initiation and
Benavides, Gemma (Spain)
mental health of adolescents
PS-Mon-pm-127 Life satisfaction among im- Kocon, Katarzyna (Poland)
migrant and native adolescents in Spain
PS-Mon-pm-142 The relationship between an
Caldern Lpez, Sonsoles (Spain)
attachment style and emotional intelligence
PS-Mon-pm-128 Relations between family among adolescents
and/or school disconnection, gender, and ado- Kricman, Katija (Croatia)
lescents health
PS-Mon-pm-143 Correlates of identity sta
Cartierre, Nathalie (France)
tuses among adolescents in Hong Kong
PS-Mon-pm-129 Sexual behavior among Bra- Lam, Rebecca (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
zilians adolescents: Does religiosity matter? Republic of China)
Cerqueira Santos, Elder (Brazil)
PS-Mon-pm-144 Social fear as a peculiar phe-
PS-Mon-pm-130 The relationship between nomenon of adolescence
Interparental conflict and adolescents affective Lemeshchuk, Viktoriya (Ukraine)
well-being: Mediation of cognitive appraisals
PS-Mon-pm-145 The classification and discri-
and moderation of peer status
minate of social adjustment
Chi, Liping (Peoples Republic of China)
Li, Xiaowei (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-131 The parenting style impact
PS-Mon-pm-146 Early sexual intercourse
to resiliency and identity status on the late ado-
among adolescents and parenting processes
lescence
Lin, Siu-Fung (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Dariyo, Agoes (Indonesia)
Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-132 The relationships between
PS-Mon-pm-147 Emotional variation exhibited
mothers rearing types and aggression in chil
by medical students, Chinese and Russians
dren and adolescents
Liu, Huiying (Russia)
ngel Carrasco, Miguel (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-148 Emotional separation in pa-
PS-Mon-pm-133 Internet self-efficacy and ca-
rent-adolescent relationship: The role of ado
reer Information search on the internet
lescent personal characteristics
Gamboa, Vitor (Portugal)
Lo Cricchio, Maria Grazia (Italy)
PS-Mon-pm-134 Suicide attempts during ado
lescence: An identity quest?
Goldsztein, Sasha (Belgium)
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PS-Mon-pm-149 Adolescents identity, attach- PS-Mon-pm-161 Academic achievement in
MONDAY, 21 JULY

ment to parents and family environment university students through motivation, quality
Lubenko, Jelena (Latvia) of life and lifestyles
Pacheco, Andreia (Portugal)
PS-Mon-pm-150 Aggressive trends in adoles
cents with criminal behavior PS-Mon-pm-162 The influence of self-efficacy
Mandel, Anna (Russia) and social support on life-satisfaction and aca-
demic achievement: Longitudinal analysis of
PS-Mon-pm-151 Family relationships in child-
the transition from elementary to high school
hood, pubertal timing and reproductive strate-
Park, Young-Shin (Republic of Korea)
gies of adolescents
Meckelmann, Viola (Germany) PS-Mon-pm-163 Predicting academic success
in college courses: General intelligence, per
PS-Mon-pm-152 Tip-of-the-tongue states and
sonality traits and emotional intelligence
aging: Does vocabulary have any effect?
Perez, Nelida (Spain)
Ijuin, Mutsuo (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-164 Neuroendocrine responses to
Topic: Educational psychology academic stressors
PS-Mon-pm-153 The strategy of self-handi- Preu, Diana (Germany)
capping: Self-handicapping effects in different PS-Mon-pm-165 School dropout and self-
future goals conditions esteem at the early elementary school
Marumoto, Nao (Japan) Rambaud, Angelique (France)
PS-Mon-pm-154 Contribution of cognitive- PS-Mon-pm-166 Reading motivation: Decline
motivational variables in the explanation of the in adolescence and relations to sex, reading be-
academic achievement from a expectation- havior and literacy
value model Retelsdorf, Jan (Germany)
Minano Perez, Pablo (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-167 What changed about writing
PS-Mon-pm-155 The influence of academic activities through repeated writing practice?
self-efficacy and work values on career aware- Sakihama, Hideyuki (Japan)
ness of elementary school, junior high school
PS-Mon-pm-168 Intelligence, creativity and
and high school students
outstanding academic achievements of gifted
Niimi, Naoko (Japan)
students
PS-Mon-pm-156 Explaining academic achieve Sekowski, Andrzej (Poland)
ment: The roles of procrastination and execu
PS-Mon-pm-169 Development and validation
tive functioning
of a questionnaire to assess academic learning
Nutter-Upham, Katherine (USA)
motivation through measuring regulation styles
PS-Mon-pm-157 Factors predicting career iIn- among Indonesian university students
decision for Japanese liberal arts, education, Soegijardjo, Witriani (Indonesia)
and business majors
PS-Mon-pm-170 The time factor and effective
Obana, Maki (USA)
learning
PS-Mon-pm-158 Strategic model for learning Sun, Hechuan (Peoples Republic of China)
from reading at the college tutoring.
PS-Mon-pm-171 Effect of socio economic sta-
Ortega Andrade, Norma Anglica (Mexico)
tus on academic achievement and emotional
PS-Mon-pm-159 Students psychoeducational competencies among Indian adolescents
diagnosis II: Self-regulation and academic per- Tomar, Sapna (India)
formance
PS-Mon-pm-172 School aged children symp-
Oss Bargas, Rosa Maria (Mexico)
toms of examination stress measured by the
PS-Mon-pm-160 Using learning diaries to eval Greek adjustment of the Test concerning Abili-
uate training effects on students self-regulated ties for Study and Examination (T.A.ST.E.)
learning Tsakalis, Panayiotis (Greece)
Otto, Barbara (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-173 Self-concept, subject value
and coping with failure in the math classroom:
Influences on students emotions
Tulis, Maria (Germany)

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PS-Mon-pm-174 The impact of primary school PS-Mon-pm-186 Significant improvement of

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transition on the development of mathematical early reading competencies through differen
achievement tiated classroom tuition
van Ophuysen, Stefanie (Germany) Gasteiger-Klicpera, Barbara (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-175 Study on modeling the char PS-Mon-pm-187 Reading and spelling pat-
acteristics of distance learners terns in bilingual dyslexic children
Wang, Ying (Peoples Republic of China) Gupta, Ashum (India)
PS-Mon-pm-176 The impact of achievement PS-Mon-pm-188 The double-deficit hypothe-
motivation on the development of job skills: sis in Spanish children with Dyslexia
First results from the longitudinal study Hernandez Valle, Isabel (Spain)
LEARN at Heilbronn University
PS-Mon-pm-189 The prevalence of reading
Wilpers, Susanne (Germany)
disability among primary school children in Ja-
PS-Mon-pm-177 Application of the theory of pan: A school-based screening study using a
planned behavior to exercise participation questionnaire for teachers
among Chinese undergraduates Ishizaka, Ikuyo (Japan)
Xiong, Mingsheng (Peoples Republic of China)
Topic: Personality and individual diffe-
PS-Mon-pm-178 Middle school students per- rences
sonal epistemology: Theoretical construct and
development of a personal epistemology in- PS-Mon-pm-190 Gender differences in first-
ventory grade mathematics strategy use: Is there rea-
Yang, Xiaoyang (Peoples Republic of China) son for concern?
Kurz-Milcke, Elke (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-179 A servey of mental status of
Taiwan students in a certain medical college in PS-Mon-pm-191 Stereotype and affect to-
Beijing ward science in Chinese secondary school stu-
Yang, Fengchi (Peoples Republic of China) dents
Liu, Mingxin (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-180 The effect of teachers teach
ing behaviors on Chinese junior high school PS-Mon-pm-192 Qualitative analysis of marri-
students English learning motivation and age and romantic love perceived by never-mar-
achievement ried PhD female students in a Chinese culture
Zeng, Xihua (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Liu, Ling (Peoples Republic of China)
Republic of China) PS-Mon-pm-193 The impact of hands-on ex-
PS-Mon-pm-181 The influence of metaphor perience: Are gender differences important?
and plan of development introductions on the Madill, Helen (Canada)
evaluation of student essays PS-Mon-pm-194 Women and science: Girls-
Zengaro, Franco (USA) only schools improve womens attitude to sci-
PS-Mon-pm-182 Inhibitory control of children ence
with mathematics learning disabilities Manassero Mas, Maria-Antonia (Spain)
Liu, Ming (Peoples Republic of China) PS-Mon-pm-195 Gender and power at the
PS-Mon-pm-183 Effects of neuropsychologi workpace two studies about womens and
cal treatment on the reading efficiency of Irani- mens leadership in Polish organization
an students with developmental dyslexia Mandal, Eugenia (Poland)
Baezzat, Fereshteh (Islamic Republic of Iran) PS-Mon-pm-196 Interpersonal cognitions, psy
PS-Mon-pm-184 The role of dynamic testing chological adjustment and rehabilitation after a
in diagnosing reading disabilities cardiac event
Fang, Ping (Peoples Republic of China) Medved, Maria (Canada)
PS-Mon-pm-185 The wide eyes of dyslexics: PS-Mon-pm-197 Gender differences in voca-
Indication of increased mental effort in dyslexic tional development
reading Merino Tejedor, Enrique (Spain)
Gagl, Benjamin (Austria) PS-Mon-pm-198 Gender differences in lead
ership styles of Russian students
Mikosha, Valeriya (Russia)

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PS-Mon-pm-199 Computer competence and PS-Mon-pm-213 High abilities, gifted, moral
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gender: Differences in test-performance and and ethics/HSME


attribution under stereotype threat Bulkool Mettrau, Marsyl (Brazil)
Mueller, Stephanie (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-214 Specific contribution of cog-
PS-Mon-pm-200 Sex differences in heart ra- nitive-motivational variables to the academic
tes, anxiety and estimated time under paired achievements prediction
cooperative task situations Castejon, Juan-Luis (Spain)
Osato, Eiko (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-215 Relation between personality
PS-Mon-pm-201 Gender and health: The gen characteristics and electroencephalografic fea-
der perspective in health made operative by ture in athlets
masculinity/femininity measurement Danoiu, Suzana (Romania)
Sanchez Lopez, Pilar (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-216 A dynamic view of tempera-
PS-Mon-pm-202 Gender difference in psy- ment: Interdependence of temperament and
chological impact of disasters among survivors interactional dimensions
in India in last three decades Sim Teufel, Sandra (Spain)
Satapathy, Sujata (India)
PS-Mon-pm-217 The moderating effect of
PS-Mon-pm-203 Long-term impact of re self-appraised life stress on mood clarity-vital
peated strong Hypothalamus pituitary adrenal satisfaction relationship
axis activations on basal Glucocorticoid sensiti- Extremera, Natalio (Spain)
vity
Strahler, Jana (Germany) Topic: Social psychology

PS-Mon-pm-204 Gender differences in the PS-Mon-pm-218 The positive impact of irra


role of linguistic style on impression formation tional beliefs? A mutual connection with justice
Suppes, Alexandra (USA) sensitivity
Bekk, Magdalena (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-205 The effects of sex-role atti-
tudes and gender types on the process model PS-Mon-pm-219 Teenagers and magazines:
of work-family conflicts in dual-career couples Which social representations do they share?
Tomida, Makiko (Japan) Boyer, Isabelle (France)
PS-Mon-pm-206 Personality characteristics PS-Mon-pm-220 The incremental validity of
(self-concept) perceived between parents and irrationality for the prediction of life satisfac-
permanent couple: A correlation tion
Valdez, Jos Luis (Mexico) Breugst, Nicola (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-207 Gender identity: An inte PS-Mon-pm-221 Psychology of money: Val
grated approach ues and symbolization in postmodern consu-
Vasconcellos, Doris (France) mers behaviour
Bustreo, Massimo (Italy)
PS-Mon-pm-208 Personality culture from gen
der viewpoint PS-Mon-pm-222 Learning social attitudes:
Verzhybok, Halina (Belarus) Childrens sensitivity to the nonverbal behaviors
of adult models during interracial interactions
PS-Mon-pm-209 The influence of field inde-
Castelli, Luigi (Italy)
pendence-field dependence cognitive style on
set effect among middle school students PS-Mon-pm-223 What happens when stu-
Yao, Jingjing (Peoples Republic of China) dents majors mismatch with career interests?
Mediating effects of life satisfaction towards
PS-Mon-pm-210 Gender difference in emo
academic burnout and engagement in China
tional intelligence
Cham, Heining (Peoples Republic of China)
Tolegenova, Aliya (Kazakhstan)
PS-Mon-pm-224 Genders differences in sex
PS-Mon-pm-211 Other-regarding preference
ual risk behavior to HIV/AIDS
in 3.5- to 5-year-old children
Claudio, Victor (Portugal)
Zhang, Zhen (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-212 Personality in caregivers of
the aged
Aparicio, Marta (Spain)
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PS-Mon-pm-225 Causal attributions to aca- PS-Mon-pm-238 Exploring the nature of atti-

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demic failure, personal conceptions of intelli- tudes towards career mothers: A look at the
gence, academic failure, perception of feed- Canadian academic work environment
back messages from parents and teachers Harriman, Rebecca (Canada)
Couceiro Figueira, Ana Paula (Portugal)
PS-Mon-pm-239 Stimulus generalization in
PS-Mon-pm-226 Identity, commitment, infi- evaluative conditioning
delity: An organizational study Hayashi, Mikiya (Japan)
Crescentini, Alberto (Switzerland)
PS-Mon-pm-240 Inequity enhancing rejection
PS-Mon-pm-227 Exposure to an evolutionary of unfair offers: Comparison of the ultimatum,
psychology theory affects moral judgments impunity, and private impunity games
Dar-Nimrod, Ilan (Canada) Horita, Yutaka (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-228 Perceived injustice and per- PS-Mon-pm-241 The finitude belief scale: Ex-
ceived humiliation similarly influence observer ploration of general beliefs about how human
judgments in a conflict situation is limited
Dimdins, Girts (Latvia) Huen, Jenny M.Y. (Hong Kong SAR of the Peo-
ples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-229 Wisdom and values in older
adults PS-Mon-pm-242 Intergroup contact: The case
Etezadi, Sarah (Canada) of Cyprus
Husnu, Senel (Cyprus)
PS-Mon-pm-230 Is there a self-concept change
after participation in outdoor education pro- PS-Mon-pm-243 How we perceive peoples
grams? An evaluation study excuses
Fengler, Janne (Germany) Ida, Masashi (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-231 How does the belief in a just PS-Mon-pm-244 Attiudes toward food, and
world influence attitudes regarding people ac- the role of food in the life in Japanese women
cused of crimes? Imada, Sumio (Japan)
Fukakusa, Mari (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-245 Attitude, awareness and
PS-Mon-pm-232 Reactions to the profession knowledge towards safety among school chil
al injustices according to the level of belief in a dren in Malaysia
just world of Argentinean salaried employees Ismail, Rozmi (Malaysia)
and unemployed persons
PS-Mon-pm-246 Do materialists feel less good
Gangloff, Bernard (Brazil)
about themselves and have fewer friends?
PS-Mon-pm-233 The influence of a valence Jansson-Boyd, Cathrine (United Kingdom)
focus on evaluative conditioning
PS-Mon-pm-247 The predicting effect of
Gast, Anne (Germany)
achievement motivation and gender for risk at-
PS-Mon-pm-234 Social dominance, values and titude
sexism in a sample of Venezuelan students Jie, Li (Peoples Republic of China)
Gonzalez-Castro, Jose Luis (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-248 Intercorrelations between
PS-Mon-pm-235 Values and preference for professional adaptation of students and univer-
ethical products sity image forming
Grankvist, Gunne (Sweden) Jivaev, Nickolay (Russia)
PS-Mon-pm-236 Reacting to perceived preju- PS-Mon-pm-249 Georgian adolescents eth-
dice: The moderating role of the actors social nic attitudes, beliefs and personal values
beliefs and prior contact Kacharava, Tea (Georgia)
Guan, Yanjun (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
PS-Mon-pm-250 Gender differences in beliefs
Republic of China)
about driving skills for male and female drivers
PS-Mon-pm-237 Taboos and value conflicts: Kamenov, Zeljka (Croatia)
Styles of cognitive processing in moral decision
PS-Mon-pm-251 Parents attitudes towards
making
girl-child education: A study of rafi local gov
Hanselmann, Martin (Switzerland)
ernment area of Niger State, Nigeria
Kato, Rosemary (Nigeria)

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PS-Mon-pm-252 Consumer skepticism to- PS-Mon-pm-264 A factor analysis of the mini-
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ward advertising: A scale validation study mental state examination in Taiwanese schizo-
Katzer, Juliane (Germany) phrenic patients
Chiang, Shih-Kuang (Taiwan)
PS-Mon-pm-253 Meaning of the money, and
its relationship with individualism collectivism: PS-Mon-pm-265 Early electrophysiological
A research on Kyrgyzian and Turkish college evaluation of central auditory pathway in pa
students tients with alcoholism
Keser, Askin (Turkey) Diaz Martinez, Carina (Cuba)
PS-Mon-pm-254 A comprehensive action de- PS-Mon-pm-266 Detection of malingering in
termination model of conservationism: Empiri- prepared and unprepared experimental simu
cal support for a holistic approach lators
Klckner, Christian (Norway) Eberl, Axel (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-255 The impact of value on self- PS-Mon-pm-267 Functional disability and re-
regulation habilitation outcome in neglect patients with
Krohn, Jeanette (Germany) and without hemianopia
Gall, Carolin (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-256 What is the meaning of life?
An analysis of university students writing about PS-Mon-pm-268 The task of imitating me-
life aningless upper-limb movements for detecting
Lang, Ya-Chin (Taiwan) early-stage Alzheimers disease
Kawano, Naoko (Japan)
Topic: Clinical/Counseling psychology
PS-Mon-pm-269 Subarachnoid haemorrhage
PS-Mon-pm-257 Negative life events and and quality of life: One year follow-up
styles of coping, in relation to hopelessness de- Kramska, Lenka (Czech Republic)
pression: Analysis in females in comparison
with males PS-Mon-pm-270 Local and global process of
Rodriguez Naranjo, Carmen (Spain) stimuli in autism using face
Malko, Gokhan (Turkey)
PS-Mon-pm-258 Self-regulation and inhibi
tion in children with comorbid Attention Deficit PS-Mon-pm-271 Deficits of cognitive, emo
Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD): An evaluation tional and social functioning in children with a
of executive functions cerebellar lesion
Sarkis, Stephanie (USA) Maryniak, Agnieszka (Poland)

PS-Mon-pm-259 A comparative study of psy- PS-Mon-pm-272 Social anxiety and progeste-


chological problems of children suffering from rone: Maladaptive responses to social rejection
cancer, epilepsy and asthma Mcclure, Christopher (USA)
Shah, Ashiq Ali (Canada) PS-Mon-pm-273 Cognitive performance in pa
PS-Mon-pm-260 Structural equation model tients with MDD: Profile, dynamics and factors
of the causal relations between consumption Navratilova, Petra (Czech Republic)
values and basic life values in Chinese urban PS-Mon-pm-274 The cognitive functions and
adolescents psychopharmacology
Sun, Qi (Peoples Republic of China) Pluzhnikov, Iliya (Russia)
PS-Mon-pm-261 Loneliness in middle child- PS-Mon-pm-275 Cognitive and executive
hood and its relation to multi-level peer experi- functions in schizophrenia: Does it matter to
ence quality of patients life?
Sun, Xiaojun (Peoples Republic of China) Sumcovov, Petra (Czech Republic)
PS-Mon-pm-262 Clinical characteristics of PS-Mon-pm-276 The relationship between
ADHD in Thai children theory of mind and executive function: Evi-
Trangkasombat, Umaporn (Thailand) dence from children with ASD or ADHD
PS-Mon-pm-263 Sandplay therapys process Zhou, Shijie (Peoples Republic of China)
and effect for a 11 year old girl with selective PS-Mon-pm-277 Theory of mind in children
mutism with autism spectrum disorders
Xu, Jie (Peoples Republic of China) Zhou, Shijie (Peoples Republic of China)

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PS-Mon-pm-278 The effectiveness of mind- PS-Mon-pm-291 PTG and behavioral indices

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fulness training on the degree on dysfunctional consistency among the survivors of myocardial
attitudes and automatic thinks in the students infarction patients
of Isfahan University Senol-Durak, Emre (Turkey)
Azargoon, Hassan (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Mon-pm-292 Development of the multi
PS-Mon-pm-279 Lived experience of patients dimensional scale of irrational beliefs
hospitalized in a palliatives care unit: A pheno- Strobel, Maria (Germany)
menological analysis
PS-Mon-pm-293 Analysing dynamical pro-
Bellouti, Rym Farouz (France)
cess-systems in psychology by means of cointe-
PS-Mon-pm-280 Computer-assisted quality of gration methodology
life assessment in the daily clinical routine of a Stroe-Kunold, Esther (Germany)
neurooncological outpatient unit
Erharter, Astrid (Austria) Topic: Health psychology

PS-Mon-pm-281 Development and validation PS-Mon-pm-294 Deciding the means of suici-


of an assessment procedure to identify therapy de
related interpersonal behaviour of postgradua- Shigemori, Masayoshi (Japan)
te student therapists (TRIB) PS-Mon-pm-295 The development of the con
Eversmann, Julia (Germany) cept of death among Japanese kindergarten-
PS-Mon-pm-282 Service users views of the ers
benefits of and barriers to mental health re- Tsujimoto, Tai (Japan)
search participation PS-Mon-pm-296 Mental health of the patients
Finn, Erica (Ireland) seeking cosmetic rhinoplasty
PS-Mon-pm-283 Feasibility and validity of a Afkham Ebrahimi, Azizeh (Islamic Republic of
computer-adaptive test for the assessment of Iran)
depression PS-Mon-pm-297 Anxiety and the fear of
Fliege, Herbert (Germany) death in health professionals
PS-Mon-pm-284 Image focusing (TIF) and Campelos, Cristina (Portugal)
mind view focusing (MVF) as self-help focus PS-Mon-pm-298 Sexual behaviour in adoles
ing cents immigrants: HIV risk analysis
Ito, Yoshimi (Japan) Castro, ngel (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-285 Developing of A View in PS-Mon-pm-299 Study of social apprehension
Mind scale (VMS) in primary care and its relationship with the fre-
Ito, Yoshimi (Japan) quency of medical visits and psychosocial dis
PS-Mon-pm-286 Anorexic young women and tress
their mothers: Psychodynamic approach of a Cebri, Jordi (Spain)
contemporary clinic PS-Mon-pm-300 Antonovskys sense of cohe-
Lange, Elaine (Brazil) rence theory and mental disorder
PS-Mon-pm-287 Outcome evalution of behav Griffiths, Chris (United Kingdom)
ior therapy in an outpatient university psycho- PS-Mon-pm-301 Obesity and life satisfaction:
therapy unit A path analysis
Lcker, Kristin (Germany) Lugli, Zoraide (Venezuela)
PS-Mon-pm-289 First step for a behavioural PS-Mon-pm-302 Personality traits and preg-
analysis of the therapeutic relationship: Devel nancy related worries
opment of therapists verbal behaviour coding Marin Morales, Dolores (Spain)
system and study of its reliability
Montao, Montserrat (Spain) PS-Mon-pm-303 Illness and health recovery:
Experiences of patients with supraventricular
PS-Mon-pm-290 Assessment of imagination arrhythmia treated with ablation
use in inner conflict resolution with thematic Maryniak, Agnieszka (Poland)
apperception test
Ryzhov, Andrey (Russia) PS-Mon-pm-304 Safety perception among
patients of Spanish hospitals
Mira, Jose Joaquin (Spain)
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PS-Mon-pm-305 Air pollution is bad to my PS-Mon-pm-317 Relationship between intrin-
MONDAY, 21 JULY

health: Childrens knowledge of the role of sic-extrinsic religious orientation and mental
environment in health and illness health
Piko, Bettina (Hungary) Ghobary Bonab, Bagher (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Mon-pm-306 A psychosocial model for PS-Mon-pm-318 The role of family in creating
breast cancer protective behaviour desired nutritional habits of children and youth
Saldivar, Alicia (Mexico) Glowacka-Rebala, Alicja (Poland)
PS-Mon-pm-307 How health educators and PS-Mon-pm-319 The efficacy of assertiveness
their audience perceive influence of attitude, training amount of social phobia and assertive-
subjective norms and behavioural control on ness in people with visual impairment (low vi
health behaviours sion, blindness)
Simeone, Arnaud (France) Hakim Javadi, Mansour (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Mon-pm-308 Coronary hearth disease pa- PS-Mon-pm-320 Individuals with disabilities
tients treated by stent: Illness perception and and their relations with parents: Self-esteem
self-efficacy relationship and psychological well-being
Trovato, Guglielmo (Italy) Vlachou, Anastasia (Greece)
PS-Mon-pm-309 The influence of health con- PS-Mon-pm-321 Investigation and cause anal
cepts on health promoting leadership ysis of mental health for impoverished under-
Wilde, Barbara (Germany) graduates in China
Long, Xiaodong (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-310 Psychological support for pa
tients with diabetes mellitus in clinical practice PS-Mon-pm-322 Skin cancer prevention for
Ando, Shinichiro (Japan) adolescents: Theory-based determinants for
behavioral interventions
PS-Mon-pm-311 URMEL-ICE, controlled ran-
Mallach, Natalie (Germany)
domized school-based obesity prevention in
Ulm, Germany: Which and how many elements PS-Mon-pm-323 An attempt at stress man
of the intervention were implemented by teach agement using self-relaxation
ers? Mizota, Katsuhiko (Japan)
Brandstetter, Susanne (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-324 Mixed emotional messages
PS-Mon-pm-312 Sensitivity to pain, auto-re- to prevent the occasional excessive drinking be-
gulation, coping and personality in healthy havior
adult women Muoz, Dolores (Spain)
Calero, M. Dolores (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-325 Psychology in health educa-
PS-Mon-pm-313 The Influence of personal tion
characteristics, behavior specific-cognitions Neu, Eva (Germany)
and psychological factors on exercise commit-
PS-Mon-pm-326 Effects of the health educa-
ment of Thai adult populations in the North
tion program with gaming simulation for col-
east
lege students
Choosakul, Chairat (Thailand)
Nishigaki, Etsuyo (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-314 The role of self-efficacy, past
PS-Mon-pm-327 Health promotion with a
habit and action plans in childrens fruit intake
bounce: Conveying well-being and lifestyle
Craciun, Catrinel (Germany)
Paulos, Carlos (Luxembourg)
PS-Mon-pm-315 Mental health service users:
PS-Mon-pm-328 Health-promoting lifestyle
Empowerment through training-EMILIA pro-
profile of psychologist university students in
ject
Mexico
Flores Martinez, Paz (Spain)
Perez Fortis, Adriana (Mexico)
PS-Mon-pm-316 Social competences, positive
PS-Mon-pm-329 Effects of a psychological
mental health and community projects
self-regulation system on the promotion of
Galinha, Sonia (Portugal)
well-being alongside productivity in workers
and top performance in athletes
Sakairi, Yosuke (Japan)

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PS-Mon-pm-330 Application of the transthe- PS-Mon-pm-344 Disordered eating and body

MONDAY, 21 JULY
oretical model to healthy eating in Japanese dissatisfaction in aesthetic sports: A study of
college students: Preliminary findings adolescent high-performance athletes
Shiba, Eri (Japan) Bonekamp, Eva (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-331 Metatheoretical integration PS-Mon-pm-346 Physical psychology and
model proposal to explain psychological prob- ethics
lems as well as positive psychology Khanifar, Hossein (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Sosa Correa, Manuel (Mexico)
PS-Mon-pm-347 The effect of music and light
PS-Mon-pm-333 Dietary life of Japanese col- upon indoor cycling
lege students: The relationship among dietary Lufi, Dubi (Israel)
habits, mental health and eating disorder
PS-Mon-pm-348 A therapeutic form of body
Takano, Yuji (Japan)
exercise for over 50-year-old women
PS-Mon-pm-334 Chance for young heart Sarje, Aino (Finland)
Education program
PS-Mon-pm-349 The development of sport
Tylka, Jan (Poland)
interest factors in female adolescents
Topic: Sports psychology Bosnar, Ksenija (Croatia)
PS-Mon-pm-351 Factors of perfectionism in
PS-Mon-pm-335 Emotions in elite sports
adolescent football players
Baenninger-Huber, Eva (Austria)
Greblo, Zrinka (Croatia)
PS-Mon-pm-336 Associations between pre-
PS-Mon-pm-352 A study of the psychological
competition confidence and flow state
traits on being injured athletes
Koehn, Stefan (Australia)
Hashimoto, Taiko (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-337 Psychology of eating and
PS-Mon-pm-353 Mindfulness: A personality
food control: A case study
variable underlying flow
Lane, Andy (United Kingdom)
Koehn, Stefan (Australia)
PS-Mon-pm-338 The effects of mental train
PS-Mon-pm-354 Personality traits influencing
ing program for mental health and competitive
flow state
performance of Kyudo (Japanese archery) ath-
Koehn, Stefan (Australia)
letes
Kemuriyama, Chihiro (Japan) PS-Mon-pm-355 Comparing of competitive
trial and state anxiety degree in team and indi-
PS-Mon-pm-339 Socialization and learning in
vidual fields sportsmen
a professional sport team
Kohandel, Mahdi (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Scatolini, Ezio (Italy)
PS-Mon-pm-356 Profiling optimal perfor-
PS-Mon-pm-340 Will positive performance
mance: A case study of peak performance in
feedback improve or deteriorate subsequent
foreign exchange dealing and boxing environ-
performance? Evidence from professional jo-
ments
ckeys
Lane, Andy (United Kingdom)
Wong, Kin Fai Ellick (Hong Kong SAR of the
Peoples Republic of China) PS-Mon-pm-357 Athletes styles of behavior
under conditions of risk
PS-Mon-pm-341 The effects of watching ath-
Lozhkin, Georgiy (Ukraine)
letes playing videos on their psychological and
performance aspects PS-Mon-pm-358 Latent structure of sport in-
Yamazaki, Masayuki (Japan) terests of female and male adolescents con
trolled for general attitude toward sports,
PS-Mon-pm-342 Effect of feedback quality on
achievement in sport and level of activity
motor learning in alpine skiing
Prot, Franjo (Croatia)
Viciana, Jesus (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-359 Personality hardiness distin-
PS-Mon-pm-343 Psycho-somatic factors of
guishes elite-level sport performers
the health of the elderly athletes
Sheard, Michael (United Kingdom)
Al-Obadi, Inessa (Russia)

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PS-Mon-pm-360 Relationship between per- PS-Mon-pm-374 Comparison between sports
MONDAY, 21 JULY

fectionism and goal orientations in sport con- and psychological information given by coaches
text during competition
Sporis, Goran (Croatia) Viciana, Jesus (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-361 A set of new scales meas Topic: Industrial/Organizational psycho-
uring self and collective efficacy beliefs in sport logy
Steca, Patrizia (Italy)
PS-Mon-pm-375 A study of the relationship
PS-Mon-pm-362 Ratings of depression syn-
between emotional intelligence and human re-
drome among university athletes
sources management, group effective leader-
Tsuji, Kosaku (Japan)
ship and employment progress
PS-Mon-pm-363 Comparison of sportperson- Mokhtaripour, Marzieh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
ship orientation among sport disciplines
PS-Mon-pm-376 Which factors do affect
Viciana, Jesus (Spain)
transfer of training to the work place?
PS-Mon-pm-364 Determination of physical Moreno Andres, Maria Victoria (Spain)
self-concept characteristics within different
PS-Mon-pm-377 Psychological causes of em-
sport disciplines
ployees resistance to change in organizations
Viciana, Jesus (Spain)
Mozhvilo, Ilena (Ukraine)
PS-Mon-pm-365 The relationship between
PS-Mon-pm-378 Success factors in human re-
the character and the sport strategy of the elite
source consulting
golf athletes in China
Mueller, Andrea (Switzerland)
Zhu, Da Peng (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-379 Comparison of competence
PS-Mon-pm-366 Listening to music affects
assessment by self and supervisory ratings vs.
performance and psychophysiological changes
performance tests on technically skilled person-
in sport
nel
Horikawa, Masami (Japan)
Muellerbuchhof, Ralf (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-367 Anxiety as predictor of flow
PS-Mon-pm-380 Self-esteem as the buffer in
state in tennis competition
relation between occupational stress and health
Koehn, Stefan (Australia)
in medical profession
PS-Mon-pm-368 Cognitive anxiety: Side ef- Ostrowski, Tadeusz Marian (Poland)
fects of an imagery intervention to increase
PS-Mon-pm-381 The effects of efficiency of
flow state in tennis competition
human resources management on the perfor-
Koehn, Stefan (Australia)
mance of accounting firms in Northeastern re-
PS-Mon-pm-369 The connection between gion
flow experience and performance in tennis Peemanee, Jindarat (Thailand)
Koehn, Stefan (Australia)
PS-Mon-pm-382 Diversity management in or-
PS-Mon-pm-370 The development of confi- ganizations: Context specific effects of cultur
dence and performance during a tennis match ally diverse workforces
Koehn, Stefan (Australia) Podsiadlowski, Astrid (Austria)
PS-Mon-pm-371 The relationship between PS-Mon-pm-383 Evaluation of a learning or-
anticipation and performance during a two-set ganization questionnaire: Adaptation, validity
tennis match and reliability
Koehn, Stefan (Australia) Ramirez L., Jorge J. (Venezuela)
PS-Mon-pm-372 Emotional intelligence, mood PS-Mon-pm-384 Productivity measurement
states and optimal and dysfunctional perfor- and enhancement system among knowledge-
mance intensive services
Lane, Andy (United Kingdom) Roth, Colin (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-373 Soccer World Championship PS-Mon-pm-385 Personality correlates and
2006: Explaining changes in Germans national analytical ability among senior bank executives
identification Shejwal, Bhaskar (India)
Kutscher, Jrn (Germany)

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Poster Session, Monday Afternoon, 14.00 17.00 h


PS-Mon-pm-386 Emotional labor and work PS-Mon-pm-398 Convergent, discriminant,

MONDAY, 21 JULY
engagement on nurses in Bali and Kupang, In- and predictive validity of a measure of implicit
donesia motives based on word recognition latencies
Sinambela, F. Christian (Indonesia) Zinn, Frank (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-387 Managing knowledge for PS-Mon-pm-399 Career types and a specialists
intellectual capital growth: The role of culture, motivation
communication, trust and involvement Zolotova, Natalia (Moldova)
Srivastava, Kailash B.L. (India)
PS-Mon-pm-400 Professors job satisfaction in
PS-Mon-pm-388 Positive self-presentation in Mexico
personnel selection: Which behaviors are com- Arias Galicia, Fernando (Mexico)
mon, which are appropriate?
PS-Mon-pm-401 Relationship of approaches
Stadelmann, Eveline H. (Switzerland)
of job-design with job satisfaction, job involve-
PS-Mon-pm-389 Selection of applicants for ment and job commitment in four industrial
apprenticeship positions in public administra companies
tion: Development and validation of a work Askari Pour, Nastaran (Islamic Republic of Iran)
motivation test
PS-Mon-pm-402 Relationship of managers
Stein, Susanne (Germany)
role breadth with aptitude in three industrial
PS-Mon-pm-390 Biography, personality and companies
behavior: An empirical study on the validity and Askari Pour, Nastaran (Islamic Republic of Iran)
utility of two online questionnaires as pre-
PS-Mon-pm-403 The relationship of job cha-
selection instruments for leadership positions
racteristics with job dimensions of managers in
Knig, Anja (Germany)
two industrial companies
PS-Mon-pm-391 Survey of living conditions Askari Pour, Nastaran (Islamic Republic of Iran)
of employees who were absent due to mental
PS-Mon-pm-404 Introducing a model for de-
health disorders
cision making process in organizations
Sugimoto, Yoko (Japan)
Atashpour, Hamid (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Mon-pm-392 IT professionals as potential
PS-Mon-pm-405 Atypical workers and prefi-
applicants: Do fancy job titles in recruitment
guration of the future: The role of self-efficacy
advertisements make a difference?
and contextual variables
Templer, Klaus J. (Singapore)
Avallone, Francesco (Italy)
PS-Mon-pm-393 Rater goals, performance le-
PS-Mon-pm-406 Individual/organizational tac
vel and rating patterns: An experimental exa-
tics influence on the outcomes of the new
mination
comers organizational socialization process
Wang, Xiaoye (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Mattana, Veronica (Italy)
Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-407 The role of person-organiza-
PS-Mon-pm-394 Personnel selection process
tion fit in the newcomer socialization proces-
research based on multi-level fit perception as-
ses: A latent growth modeling approach
sessment
Bian, Ran (Peoples Republic of China)
Fan, Wei (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-408 Factors influencing applicant
PS-Mon-pm-395 Effects of communication
attraction to job openings
training
Bilgi, Reyhan (Turkey)
Weisweiler, Silke (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-409 Workplace deviant behav
PS-Mon-pm-396 The simulation experiment
iors: The role of organizational climate and
study on construct validity of assessment cen-
sanctions
ter
Bollmann, Grgoire (Switzerland)
Xu, Jianping (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Mon-pm-410 Innovative business culture
PS-Mon-pm-397 Effects of reference point in
implementation in small and medium-sized
trust decisions
enterprises (SME)
Yan, Jin (Peoples Republic of China)
Bremser, Indra (Germany)

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PS-Mon-pm-411 Conflict behaviour in inno- PS-Mon-pm-423 Use of symbolic methods to
MONDAY, 21 JULY

vation processes explore the cognitive processes used by people


Clausing, Anne (Germany) to evaluate a sailing boat
Cian, Luca (Italy)
PS-Mon-pm-412 Standardised measuring of
informal/non-formal learning in a disadvan- PS-Mon-pm-424 Autotelic need for touch, af-
taged job-seeking population fective response, and persuasion: The mode
Clifford, Ian (Ireland) rating role of country-of-origin image
Fang, Wenchang (Taiwan)
PS-Mon-pm-413 Obtaining recommendations
for vocational training from vocational inter PS-Mon-pm-425 Is opinion about energy ef-
ests: An automated algorithm using the inven- ficiency linked to values?
tory of vocational interests of the German Fe- Hammer, Beatrice (France)
deral Employment Agency (BA-BII)
PS-Mon-pm-426 Remembering advertisements
Crost, Nicolas (Germany)
leads to forgetting other advertisements
PS-Mon-pm-414 Conflict management stra- Hanita, Kenji (Japan)
tegies and gender: A qualitative analysis
PS-Mon-pm-427 Studies of the influence of
Cunha, Pedro (Portugal)
parents and teachers interaction on students
PS-Mon-pm-415 Development and validation psychological health and learning qualities
of entrepreneurial competence in Chinese pri- Hao, Ruoping (Peoples Republic of China)
vate enterprises
PS-Mon-pm-428 Effects of the color environ-
Du, Hong (Peoples Republic of China)
ments on the human cognitive function
Topic: Environmental psychology Kodama, Takayuki (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-429 Cross-cultural study of the
PS-Mon-pm-416 Locomotion-space repre-
affordances of childrens urban environments in
sentation of visually impaired persons: Impact
Russia and Switzerland
of personality, environmental factors and new
Leonova, Tamara (Switzerland)
technologies on the urban space management
Baltenneck, Nicolas (France) PS-Mon-pm-430 Structural analysis of brand
equity based on the cognition of consumers:
PS-Mon-pm-417 Architects and non-archi
From the survey of foundation-cream brands
tects perception of exposed concrete as a
Maeda, Hiromitsu (Japan)
building material
Benz, Irmela (Germany) PS-Mon-pm-431 Man-environment bond: A
community based study
PS-Mon-pm-418 The role of entitativity in the
Mukherjee, Jhuma (India)
perception of neighbourhoods in urban areas
Bernardo, Ftima (Portugal) PS-Mon-pm-432 Personality development in
strong environments
PS-Mon-pm-419 Metropolitan characteristics
Ness, James (Germany)
and environment related human needs
Bieniok, Majken (Germany) PS-Mon-pm-433 Phenomenological study
about students cognition of campus environ-
PS-Mon-pm-420 Effective cognitive work and
ment
individual response to external factors of acti
Ohta, Hirohiko (Japan)
vity
Burov, Oleksandr (Ukraine) PS-Mon-pm-434 Odor from industrial sources:
Defining and predicting residents annoyance
PS-Mon-pm-421 Environmental perception
Pierrette, Marjorie (France)
and public participation in infrastructural devel
opment projects in developing countries PS-Mon-pm-435 Evolution of place attach-
Chauhan, Pawan (India) ment and place identity
Ruiz, Cristina (Spain)
PS-Mon-pm-422 Using community studies to
improve pupils environmental perception and PS-Mon-pm-436 Effect of the participatory
cognition communication game on environmental edu-
Chilala, Michael (Zambia) cation
Sugiura, Junkichi (Japan)

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PS-Mon-pm-437 A survey on stress level of the Topic: Media psychology

MONDAY, 21 JULY
employees in nuclear power plants in China
Zhang, Meiyan (Peoples Republic of China) PS-Mon-pm-445 Childrens preference of te-
levision programs
PS-Mon-pm-438 Methods for the analysis of
DAlessio, Maria (Italy)
urban environments and wayfinding
Troffa, Renato (Italy) PS-Mon-pm-446 Communication, participa
tion and community: The use of internet among
PS-Mon-pm-439 The influence of opportuni-
Portuguese adolescents
ties of role taking and guided reflections on
Barros Duarte, Carla (Portugal)
moral judgment competence of students in in-
stitutions of higher education PS-Mon-pm-447 Psychological determinants
Trups-Kalne, Ingrida (Latvia) of addiction to the internet
Blachnio, Agata (Poland)
PS-Mon-pm-440 Duriation to prepare against
natural disasters: Fail to plan or plan to fail PS-Mon-pm-448 Dynamics of the parameters
Unagami, Tomoaki (Japan) of functional states while playing and working
on a computer
PS-Mon-pm-441 Analysis of risk communica-
Blinnikova, Irina (Russia)
tion channels and emotional significance
Xie, Xiaofei (Peoples Republic of China) PS-Mon-pm-449 Avatar, shops and Linden
dollars in Second Life: New consumers between
PS-Mon-pm-442 Determinants of childrens
reality and virtuality
waste reduction behavior
Bustreo, Massimo (Italy)
Yorifuji, Kayo (Germany)
PS-Mon-pm-450 Colours perception in the
PS-Mon-pm-443 Gender differences in the
advertisement of the beverages: A consumer
degree of environmental concern
perspective
Aguilar-Luzon, Maria del Carmen (Spain)
Cesniene, Ilona (Lithuania)
PS-Mon-pm-444 The relationship between
PS-Mon-pm-451 Exploring trend in male body
environmental concern and the consumption
nudity in a mens fashion magazine and male
of ecological products
body image in Taiwan
Aguilar-Luzon, Maria del Carmen (Spain)
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PS-Mon-pm-452 The effects of B to C website PS-Mon-pm-462 A review of Japanese psy-
MONDAY, 21 JULY

characteristics on female shopping behaviors chological studies on Japanese comics: The first
Chen, Hsin-Hung (Taiwan) step to materialize manga-psychology
Ieshima, Akihiko (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-453 The visual mediaculture of a
personality PS-Mon-pm-463 Contrasting the immediate
Cherepovska, Natalia (Ukraine) desensitizing effects in two ways of exposing to
violent video games
PS-Mon-pm-454 Evaluation of the design of
Jiang, Guang-Rong (Peoples Republic of China)
the packages of Japanese canned coffee beve-
rages using change blindness paradigm. PS-Mon-pm-464 Googles sense of semantics
Choi, Jeong-Seo (Japan) Kaser, Armin (Austria)
PS-Mon-pm-455 Clustering e-learning strate- PS-Mon-pm-465 Video phone use in intimate
gies relationship under mobile communication
Diaz, David (Spain) Kawaura, Yasuyuki (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-456 Electronic word-of-mouth PS-Mon-pm-466 The irony from mobile: Im-
and purchase intentions: The mediating role of pact of multi task on egocentrism over celluar
conformity tendency phone message
Fang, Wenchang (Taiwan) Komori, Megumi (Japan)
PS-Mon-pm-457 Desensitization to media vio PS-Mon-pm-467 Trust in e-commerce
lence Kumbruck, Christel (Germany)
Fanti, Kostas (Cyprus)
PS-Mon-pm-468 Early adolescents life events,
PS-Mon-pm-458 Can blogs tell me who you instant messaging and pathological internet use
are? Personality impression based on blogs in Lei, Li (Peoples Republic of China)
Japan
PS-Mon-pm-469 Online games, self-regula
Fuji, Kei (Japan)
tion and pathological internet use of Chinese
PS-Mon-pm-459 The effect of violent and non- early adolescents
violent computer games on cortisol in adoles Lei, Li (Peoples Republic of China)
cent boys
PS-Mon-pm-470 Adolescents multimedia re-
Ghorbani, Saeed (Islamic Republic of Iran)
creation of internet, self-regulation and coping
PS-Mon-pm-460 Life events, online games style
and pathological internet use of Chinese early Li, Dongmei (Peoples Republic of China)
adolescents
PS-Mon-pm-471 The problematic history of
Lei, Li (Peoples Republic of China)
New Media
PS-Mon-pm-461 Loneliness, self-regulation Liano, Enrico (Italy)
and pathological internet use of Chinese early
adolescents
Lei, Li (Peoples Republic of China)

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IS-025 Invited Symposium The cultural dimensions of a universal de-


claration of ethical principles for psycholo-
08.00 10.00 h Hall 6
gists: A European perspective
Improving learning and memory through Lindsay, Geoff (United Kingdom)
differential outcomes procedures
Chair: Fuentes, Luis Jose (Spain) Viewing the universal through the lens of
the local: The universal declaration and
The neuroanatomical substrates of the dif- the APA ethics code
ferential outcomes effect Behnke, Stephen (USA)
Savage, Lisa (USA)
Discussant: Brcher-Albers, Carola (Germany)
Dissociable neural systems underlie condi-
tional discriminations with and without IUPsyS-001 IUPsyS Invited Symposium
differential outcomes 08.00 10.00 h Hall 4
Easton, Alexander (United Kingdom) Social change and psychosocial develop-

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Differential outcomes and retention inter- ment in adolescence and adulthood
val influence spontaneous retrieval in chil Chair: Silbereisen, Rainer K. (Germany)
dren
Romero, Mucio (Mexico) Social change in Vietnam and its implica-
tions for youth
Training with differential outcomes is ef- Jayakody, Rukmalie (USA)
fective in children with developmental
dyslexia Social change and transitions into adult
Vivas, Ana B. (Greece) roles: Mapping transition pathways and
career trajectories
Enhancing short-term memory in adults Schoon, Ingrid (United Kingdom)
through differential outcomes
Estvez, Angeles F. (Spain) Adolescent traits as predictors of success
in the emerging market societies in post-
Human fMRI evidence for the neural corre- Soviet countries
lates of the differential outcomes effect Titma, Mikk (USA)
Mok, Leh-Woon (Singapore)
Effects of individuals coping with de-
Discussant: Overmier, J. Bruce (USA) mands of social change: A German study
Silbereisen, Rainer K. (Germany)
IS-102 Invited Symposium
Childrens social functioning and adjust-
08.00 10.00 h Hall 15.2B
ment in changing Chinese society
International perspectives on the newly Chen, Xinyin (Canada)
draft of the universal declaration of ethi-
cal principles for psychologists Class, stratification, and personality under
Chair: Gauthier, Janel (Canada) conditions of apparent social stability and
of radical social change: A multi-nation
African considerations for a universal de- comparison
claration of ethical principles for psycholo- Kohn, Melvin (USA)
gists
Discussant: Dawes, Andy (South Africa)
Watts, Ann (South Africa)
The universal declaration of ethical prin- IUPsyS-008 IUPsyS Invited Symposium
ciples for psychologists: Guidelines for a 08.00 10.00 h Hall 15.2A
plan of action Behavioral medicine: Promoting viable
Farah, Adnan (Jordan) collaboration among professionals from
South American perspectives on ethical diverse disciplines
principles for psychologists Chair: Sanchez Sosa, Juan Jose (Mexico)
Ferrero, Andrea (Argentina)
The psychologist as health care team
Asian perspective on the proposed univer- development expert: Experiences in the
sal declaration of ethical principles United States, Europe and Asia
Nair, Elizabeth (Singapore) Garcia-Shelton, Lindamaria (USA)

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Improving the clinical care delivered by Age-related differences in emotion regula-


physicians: The opportunities of multipro- tion effectiveness
fessional teamwork in patients with chro- Blanchard-Fields, Fredda (USA)
nic diseases
Couplings of daily events and cognitive
Wollersheim, Hub (Netherlands)
performance: Is daily affect a mediator in
The contest over professional jurisdiction: younger and older adulthood?
Physicians and psychologists in an ambi- Brose, Annette (Germany)
guous institutional setting
Age differences in emotional reactivity:
Mizrachi, Nissim (Israel)
Cognitive status makes a difference
Professional collaboration between psy- Kunzmann, Ute (Germany)
chologists and other health professionals
Me against myself: Motivational conflicts
in healthcare settings in Latin America
and emotional development in adulthood
Sanchez Sosa, Juan Jose (Mexico)
Riediger, Michaela (Germany)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

S-070 Symposium Do age-related preferences in visual atten-


08.00 10.00 h Hall 2.1 tion facilitate affect regulation?
Real-time monitoring of nonlinear pro- Isaacowitz, Derek (USA)
cesses in psychotherapy A new approach The dynamics of later life cognitive-emo
to evidence-based practice tional development
Co-Chair: Wlk, Christoph (Germany) Labouvie-Vief, Gisela (Switzerland)
Co-Chair: Schiepek, Gnter (Germany)
S-060 Symposium
Identifying nonlinear phase transitions
08.00 10.00 h Hall 2.3
and critical instabilities by means of real-
time monitoring: A method for evidence- Decision-making in experimental games:
based treatment control and the timing of influence of context, development, and
fMRI-measures during psychotherapy pro- culture
cesses Co-Chair: Gummerum, Michaela (United
Schiepek, Gnter (Germany) Kingdom)
Co-Chair: Keller, Monika (Germany)
SMS monitoring of subjective state in sub-
jects suffering from obsessive compulsive Prosocial sharing and social competence in
disorder, trichotillomania and healthy con- preschool children
trols Gummerum, Michaela (United Kingdom)
Wlk, Christoph (Germany)
Decisions and group discussions in dictator
Real-time monitoring of OCD inpatient game
treatment Keller, Monika (Germany)
Aigner, Martin (Austria)
Formal analysis of childrens group dis-
Synergetic generic principles about nonli- course on fairness: Application of mathe-
near processes in psychotherapy enable matical group decision making models in
better understanding of therapeutic fac- developmental data
tors Takezawa, Masanori (Netherlands)
Mozina, Miran (Slovenia)
Childrens prosocial behaviors and moral
Emotional learning in patients with bor- emotions
derline-personality disorders Malti, Tina (USA)
Remmel, Andreas (Austria)
How Chinese children play economic
Discussant: Westmeyer, Hans (Germany) games
Zhu, Liqi (Peoples Republic of China)
S-059 Symposium
08.00 10.00 h Hall 2.2
Emotion: Development and functions in
adulthood and old age
Co-Chair: Riediger, Michaela (Germany)
Co-Chair: Kunzmann, Ute (Germany)

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S-061 Symposium S-064 Symposium


08.00 10.00 h Hall 3 08.00 10.00 h Hall 7
Integrating western comparative psycho- Social competence in childhood and ado
logical science and indigenous environ- lescence: Issues in assessment and deve-
mental science lopment
Co-Chair: Tobach, Ethel (USA) Chair: Arnold, Karl-Heinz (Germany)
Co-Chair: Kressley, Regina (Germany)
Multisource assessment of childrens and
On animals, humans and culture: Compa- adolescents social competence: Issues in
rative psychology in Iberoamerica validity, consistency and concomitants
Ardila, Ruben (Colombia) Junttila, Niina (Finland)
Development of comparative psychology Perception of childrens social competence
in Japan: An Asian point of view in Greece: Self-reports from students,
teachers and parents

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Takasuna, Miki (Japan)
Metallidou, Panayiota (Greece)
Ancient Awajun practices in the use of na-
tural resources Assessing the self-concept of social compe-
Ampam Wejin, Diogenes (Peru) tence of primary school students
Lindner-Mller, Carola (Germany)
The culture that was born of the sea and
then turned its back to it Social competence in multi-ethnic elemen-
Abugattas, Daniel (Peru) tary schools: Looking beyond friendship
measures
The people of Managalas Plateau and tra-
Fortuin, Janna (Netherlands)
ditional/cultural methods of environmen-
tal conservation Telling a richer story about relations be
Mimigari, Jacinta (Papua New Guinea) tween child factors and social competence
in Kindergarten and the transition to
S-062 Symposium school period
08.00 10.00 h Hall 5 de Rosnay, Marc (Australia)
Real-world psychology: Lessons learned Social-information-processing as risk and
from applying ambulatory assessment protective factor for antisocial behavior
Chair: Ebner-Priemer, Ulrich W. (Germany) problems in pre- and elementary school
children
Ambulatory assessment at the interface of Beelmann, Andreas (Germany)
psychology and genetics: An illustration
with the serotonin transporter gene S-065 Symposium
Conner, Tamlin S. (New Zealand)
08.00 10.00 h Hall 8
Exploring symptom perception in diabetes Right or left? Hemisphere asymmetries in
mellitus: Putting ambulatory assessment motivation and self-regulation
techniques to clinical use Co-Chair: Quirin, Markus (Germany)
Kubiak, Thomas (Germany) Co-Chair: Kuhl, Julius (Germany)
Anxiety in everyday life
Asymmetrical frontal cortical activity and
Wilhelm, Frank H. (Switzerland)
approach-withdrawal motivation regula
Assessing affective instability in an emo tion
tionally unstable personality disorder Harmon-Jones, Eddie (USA)
Ebner-Priemer, Ulrich W. (Germany)
Levels of personality functioning and ap-
Empathic inference and assumed similarity proach versus avoidance systems: Oppo-
in couples daily lives sing hemispheric asymmetries for power
Wilhelm, Peter (Switzerland) and affiliation motivation
Kuhl, Julius (Germany)
Eavesdropping on personality: A natura
listic observation approach to studying in- On the relation between scope of atten
dividual differences in daily life tion and regulatory focus: Mediation by
Mehl, Matthias R. (USA) brain hemisphere activation
Frster, Jens (Netherlands)

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The IPANAT: An implicit measure for the Recognition revisited: The influence of va-
assessment of state and trait variation in lence, conflicting cues, and non-size/do-
approach-avoidance motivation minance settings
Quirin, Markus (Germany) Vitouch, Oliver (Austria)
Cerebral asymmetry in emotional/motiva- The fluency heuristic: A highly specialized
tional behaviour in non-human species tartle heuristic?
Vallortigara, Giorgio (Italy) Marewski, Julian (Germany)
Discussant: Carver, Charles S. (USA)
S-068 Symposium
S-066 Symposium 08.00 10.00 h Roof garden
08.00 10.00 h Hall 9 Advice and trust in decision making
International perspectives on invasion, re- Chair: Twyman, Matt (United Kingdom)
conciliation, peace, and security On the appeal of vague financial forecasts
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Chair: McCarthy, Sherri (USA) Budescu, David (USA)


Perspectives on invasion: The United Compatibility effects in the aggregation of
States, Portugal and Germany consumer recommendations
Barbosa, Mariana (Portugal) Maciejovsky, Boris (USA)
Perspectives on reconciliation in England, Determinants of trust in advice: Studies of
Australia, Canada, India and the United the effectiveness of risk communication
States Harvey, Nigel (United Kingdom)
Castanheira, Helena (USA)
How much do people use advisors pre
Eastern perspectives on reconciliation: Is- vious accuracy when weighting advice
rael and Lebanon from multiple sources?
de Sivilya, Helena (Israel) Reimers, Stian (United Kingdom)
European perspectives on reconciliation Using time series information to detect
and peace: Serbia, Portugal and Sweden change
Petrovich, Nebojsa (Serbia) Twyman, Matt (United Kingdom)
Latin American perspectives on peace: Illusory consensus of opinion and belief
Nicaragua and Peru updating
Clinton, Amanda (Puerto Rico) Yaniv, Ilan (Israel)
Perspectives on security in Russians, Rus
S-069 Symposium
sian Americans and European Americans
McCarthy, Sherri (USA) 08.00 10.00 h Hall 14.2
Individual differences in face processing
S-067 Symposium Chair: Herzmann, Grit (Germany)
08.00 10.00 h Hall 10
Developmental prosopagnosia and frac
Inference from recognition: Uncovering tionating the face processing system
the minds adaptive heuristics Garrido, Lcia (United Kingdom)
Chair: Marewski, Julian (Germany)
Variability in accuracy and confidence in
Inference from ignorance: An adaptive face matching
mental tool? McNeill, Allan (United Kingdom)
Pachur, Thorsten (Switzerland)
Sex differences in face recognition: The
Predicting Wimbledon with mere player role of attention
name recognition Herlitz, Agneta (Sweden)
Scheibehenne, Benjamin (Germany)
I thought I was prosopagnosic, but it turns
Ignorance-based election forecasts out I am just below average: Individual dif-
Gaissmaier, Wolfgang (Germany) ferences in face recognition
Righi, Giulia (USA)
Identification and success of using or not-
using the recognition heuristic Measuring face processing: Structure and
Pohl, Rdiger F. (Germany) correlates of behavioral data
Kunina, Olga (Germany)

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Individual differences in face processing: Psychological well-being is associated with


Psychophysiological indicators higher levels of cognitive function
Herzmann, Grit (Germany) Llewellyn, David J. (United Kingdom)
Discussant: Tesch-Rmer, Clemens (Germany)
S-072 Symposium
08.00 10.00 h Room 43 S-074 Symposium
Behavioral finance 08.00 10.00 h Room 11/12
Chair: Stephan, Ekkehard (Germany) Psychology and globalization: Past, pre-
Why paying taxes? A review of tax com sent and future
pliance decisions Chair: Brock, Adrian (Ireland)
Kirchler, Erich (Austria)
Impact of globalization on U.S. psycholo-
Influence of participation and tax money gy
use on cooperation Stevens, Michael (USA)

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Wahl, Ingrid (Austria)
Psychology in cultural contact zones: In
Germanys income tax law: How justice is digenous psychologies in India and the
implemented by the parliament Phillipines
Mlders, Christina (Germany) Pickren, Wade (Canada)
Implicit attitudes towards risk taking in Collaboration between psychologists and
decision making processes of managers traditional healers: The South African case
Bittner, Jenny (Germany) Brock, Adrian (Ireland)
Financial decision making: The relationship Psychology goes GLOCAL: Psychologys
between time preferences and risk adventure in Turkey as a case in point
Epper, Thomas (Switzerland) Gulerce, Aydan (Turkey)
Views on the economy: Do economic lay- The lasting past of academic colonialism
people judge different from economic ex- Staeuble, Irmingard (Germany)
perts?
Haferkamp, Alexandra (Germany) Discussant: Gielen, Uwe (USA)

The pitfalls of living in a linear world: How S-075 Symposium


laymen and experts underestimate the
08.00 10.00 h Room 13/14
effect of economic growth
Workplace bullying: Antecedents, conse-
Christandl, Fabian (Germany)
quences and interventions (Part I)
S-274 Symposium Chair: Rose, Uwe (Germany)
08.00 10.00 h Room 44 On construct validation of bullying at
Large survey research on well-being and work: Personal and organisational precon-
health: Similarities and differences in ditions
findings from Europe and the USA Eisermann, Jens (Germany)
Co-Chair: Smith, Jacqui (USA) Towards a job characteristics approach to
Co-Chair: Huppert, Felicia A. (United explain workplace bullying
Kingdom) Notelaers, Guy (Belgium)
Health and well-being: International com- From conflict escalation to workplace bul-
parisons in Europe lying: A dual concern theory oriented anal
Boersch-Supran, Axel (Germany) ysis
Health has different effects on well-being Baillien, Elfie (Belgium)
in England and the United States How do working conditions affect bully
Clarke, Philippa (USA) ing
Emotional adaptation after the onset of a Roscher, Susanne (Germany)
serious physical disability Occupational mobility and bullying
Smith, Dylan M. (USA) de Costanzo, Elisabetta (Germany)
Caregiving behavior is associated with de-
creased mortality risk
Brown, Stephanie L. (USA)

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Anti-bullying policies in Finnish municipa- Dyadic planning as an interactive self-


lities: Contents and recommended proce- regulatory strategy in health behavior
dures change: A study with prostatectomy pa
Salin, Denise (Finland) tients and their spouses
Burkert, Silke (Germany)
S-076 Symposium
Discussant: Shrout, Patrick (USA)
08.00 10.00 h Room 15/16
Emotions and emotional representations S-078 Symposium
Co-Chair: Kaernbach, Christian (Germany) 08.00 10.00 h Salon 19
Co-Chair: Kreibig, Sylvia D. (Switzerland) Modern concepts in basic research on ob-
Emotional experience: Are dimensions sessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
helpful? Chair: Kathmann, Norbert (Germany)
Kaernbach, Christian (Germany)
What can we learn from animal models of
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Pleasant and unpleasant music: fMRI and obsessive-compulsive disorder?


peripheral physiological studies Joel, Daphna (Israel)
Koelsch, Stefan (United Kingdom)
Familiarity and genetics of OCD
Goosebumps and electrodermal activity as Wagner, Michael (Germany)
indicators of emotional arousal
Functional brain imaging of fronto-striatal
Benedek, Mathias (Germany)
and limbic brain areas in OCD
A discrete or dimensional affective land Kaufmann, Christian (Germany)
scape? Evidence for emotion discreteness
Paradoxical effects of compulsive perseve-
from a multiple-response-levels analysis of
ration
film-induced fear and sadness
van den Hout, Marcel (Netherlands)
Kreibig, Sylvia D. (Switzerland)
Memory and metamemory performance
Arousal modulates affective evaluation
in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD):
Weinreich, Andr (Germany)
Time to forget the forgetfulness hypothe-
Distance effects in differential condition sis of OCD?
ing and choice reaction tasks Moritz, Steffen (Germany)
Angstmann, Steffen (Germany)
What is wrong with action monitoring in
patients with obsessive-compulsive disor-
S-077 Symposium
der (OCD)?
08.00 10.00 h Room 17/18 Endrass, Tanja (Germany)
How relationships influence health: From
large scale epidemiology to daily process S-079 Symposium
research to interventions 08.00 10.00 h Salon 20
Chair: Stadler, Gertraud (USA) Wellbeing and coping in couple relation-
Family support and risk factors of coronary ships: A longitudinal approach
heart disease in middle-aged men Co-Chair: Spiegler, Katrin (Germany)
Julkunen, Juhani (Finland) Co-Chair: Dette-Hagenmeyer, Dorothea E.
(Germany)
Two facets of social interactions: Social
support and social undermining in health Coping with restrictions in the family life
behavior change cycle and relationships with marital satis
Dohnke, Birte (Germany) faction
Intimacy and psychosomatic symptoms in Burkhardt, Martina (Germany)
daily life Daily stressful experiences, marital pro-
Stadler, Gertraud (USA) cesses and the development of personal
Determinants of support provision from and interpersonal well-being
spouses of type 2 diabetic patients Schoebi, Dominik (USA)
Lida, Masumi (USA) Strategies in coping with daily hassles and
their contribution to marital
Dette-Hagenmeyer, Dorothea E. (Germany)

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Wellbeing and partnership quality in work The meaning and dynamics of intergroup
ing couples: A diary study forgiveness in Western and Asian con
Spiegler, Katrin (Germany) texts
Hanke, Katja (New Zealand)
Transmission of marital conflict on the so-
cial adaptation of elementary school chil Critical thinking about critical thinking:
dren How does it relate to culture?
Franiek, Sabine (Germany) Lun, Vivian (New Zealand)
Discussant: Rnk, Anna (Finland) Collectives in collectivism: Relational and
group collectivism of four ethnic groups in
S-080 Symposium the New Zealand context
08.00 10.00 h Salon 21 Podsiadlowski, Astrid (Austria)
Cognitive and socio-emotional changes in
S-082 Symposium
four year olds: Are they manifestations of

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
a common underlying process? 08.00 10.00 h Room 23
Chair: Bischof, Norbert (Germany) Participative organizational culture, ethi-
cal climate and democratic enterprise
Frame-of-reference awareness as a key structures
to the developmental changes occuring Chair: Weber, Wolfgang G. (Austria)
around age four
Bischof, Norbert (Germany) Ethical aspects of organizational culture, cli
mate and procedural justice reconsidered
Gender constancy and time comprehen
Weber, Wolfgang G. (Austria)
sion in early childhood
Zmyj, Norbert (Germany) A look on ethical programs and innovation
climate in German companies
The re-organization of familiar attachment
Eigenstetter, Monika (Germany)
structure in three to five year olds, as tested
with a projective doll-play technique Sociomoral atmosphere and democratic
Groh, Eva-Maria (Germany) value orientations in enterprises with dif-
Schubert, Johanna (Germany) ferent levels of structurally anchored par
ticipation
Quantifying quality: How to teach the com
Unterrainer, Christine (Austria)
puter to interpret and evaluate a projec-
tive test Culture of participation and its effects on
Kappler, Gregor (Germany) employees
Horsmann, Claes S. (Germany)
Perspective taking, mental time travel,
gender constancy and child-parent-rela Works councils in organizational innova-
tionship in four year olds: How they con- tions: Role conflicts and potential strate-
nect gies of resolution
Bischof-Khler, Doris (Germany) Stracke, Stefan (Germany)
Discussant: Perner, Josef (Austria) Discussant: Clases, Christoph (Switzerland)

S-081 Symposium S-083 Symposium


08.00 10.00 h Salon 22 08.00 10.00 h Room 24
New directions in cross-cultural psycho Breaking the habits: Individual character
logy istics, team climate, leadership and organ
Chair: Podsiadlowski, Astrid (Austria) izational system as antecedents of work-
place innovation
The functions of music across cultures Chair: Krause, Diana (Canada)
Boer, Diana (New Zealand)
What drives innovative behavior in organi-
Cross-cultural perspectives on environ-
zations? A meta-analysis at the micro- and
mental attitudes
meso-organizational level of analysis
Milfont, Taciano L. (New Zealand)
Hlsheger, Ute Regina (Netherlands)
Moral values in different cultures
Vauclair, Melanie (New Zealand)

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Leadership and organizational system in- Emotional connotation in spontaneous


fluences on employees inspiration and or- word processing
ganizations performance Kissler, Johanna (Germany)
James, Keith (USA)
Contributions of emotional valence and
Organizational learning climate to learn arousal to visual word processing in sen-
from errors, transformational leadership tences: Central and peripheral psychophy-
and workplace innovation siological indicators
Kluge, Annette (Switzerland) Bayer, Mareike (Germany)
Conflicts in scientific and economic innova- Emotion in word and face processing: Ear-
tion processes ly and late cortical responses
Scholl, Wolfgang (Germany) Schacht, Annekathrin (Germany)
Individual characteristics of the innovator Discussant: Martn Loeaches, Manuel (Spain)
and leadership as stimuli for innovative
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

behaviors at work S-086 Symposium


Krause, Diana (Canada) 08.00 10.00 h Room 27
Discussant: Wood, Stephen (United Kingdom) Minority stress in mental health of les
bians, gay men and bisexuals: A cross-
S-084 Symposium cultural perspective
08.00 10.00 h Room 25 Co-Chair: Meyer, Ilan (USA)
Recent perspectives on the development Co-Chair: Sandfort, Theo (USA)
and treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Cultural and structural determinants of ac-
Disorder (PTSD) ceptance of homosexuality: A cross natio-
Chair: Kleim, Birgit (United Kingdom) nal comparison
Sandfort, Theo (USA)
Witnessing trauma in the newsroom: Ev
eryday exposure to violent film scenes and Minority stress and quality of life in Fle-
posttraumatic intrusions in TV journalists mish gays, lesbians and bisexuals
Weidmann, Anke (Germany) Vincke, John (Belgium)
Trauma memory characteristics in PTSD: Relationship problems, sexual violence
Testing the disorganisation hypothesis and health care needs: A comparison be
Ehring, Thomas (Netherlands) tween Dutch lesbian, gay, bisexual and
heterosexual individuals
Social cognition in PTSD: Two studies on
Kuyper, Lisette (Netherlands)
empathy and social exclusion
Nietlisbach, Gabriela (Switzerland) The unbearable comfort of privacy: Expe-
riences of transparent closet in Slovenia
Cognitive mediation during cognitive the-
Kuhar, Roman (Slovenia)
rapy for PTSD
Kleim, Birgit (United Kingdom) Factors affecting vulnerability to depres
sion among South African gay men and
Efficacy and feasibility of CBT biofeedback
lesbians
in traumatised migrants
Nel, Juan (South Africa)
Knaevelsrud, Christine (Germany)
Social stress and mental health outcomes
Discussant: Maercker, Andreas (Switzerland)
in lesbians, gay men and bisexuals: Diver-
S-085 Symposium gences and commonalities in cross-cultural
perspectives
08.00 10.00 h Room 26 Meyer, Ilan (USA)
Emotions in language processing
Chair: Schacht, Annekathrin (Germany) S-071 Symposium
08.00 10.00 h Room 28
The synchronized brain in emotional pro-
sody decoding Genes and cognition: Lesson from the
Grandjean, Didier (Switzerland) study of genetic disorders with mental
deficiency
Detecting and remembering emotional Chair: Roubertoux, Pierre (France)
words
Kensinger, Elizabeth (USA)

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Genes involved in cognitive disorders of Digit Ratio (2D:4D) and theatre movie se-
trisomy 21 (down syndrome) lection and preferences
Roubertoux, Pierre (France) Schwab, Frank (Germany)
Atypical lateralities in persons with gene- Reception of frightening movies
tic disorders and mental deficiency Suckfll, Monika (Germany)
Carlier, Michle (France)
Differences in experience of 2D and 3D
Genes and cerebellar disorders associated movies
with cognitive deficits Tan, Ed (Netherlands)
Goldowitz, Dan (USA)
Social reactions to virtual agents: Evolu
Cognitive-behavioral profiles of children tionary foundations
with subtelomeric deletions Krmer, Nicole (Germany)
Fisch, Gene (USA)
S-058 Symposium
Gene-gene interactions modulate adult

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
cognitive development 08.00 10.00 h Room 31
Chicherio, Christian (Germany) The integration of scientific knowledge:
Ontological knowledge and conscious-
Discussant: DOnofrio, Brian (USA) ness
Chair: Tsvetkova, Larissa A. (Russia)
S-087 Symposium
08.00 10.00 h Room 29 Ontopsychology in the strategic guidance
Towards an interdisciplinary understand to develop the faculty of psychology, State
ing of aesthetic emotions University of St. Petersburg, Russia
Tsvetkova, Larissa A. (Russia)
Co-Chair: Menninghaus, Winfried (Germany)
Co-Chair: Scherer, Klaus R. (Switzerland) Ontological knowledge and consciousness
Meneghetti, Antonio (Italy)
Psychology and the art: Perception, cogni-
tion and fluency? The further reaches of the psychology of
Leder, Helmut (Austria) being: Ontopsychology
Grishina, Natalia V . (Russia)
Cold narrators: Modern fiction and the
power of unspoken emotion Responsibility and creative evolution: Pro-
von Koppenfels, Martin (Germany) spectic synthesis of instruments and appli-
cation
Prolegomena to a theory of aesthetic feel
Lacerda e Silva, Wesley (Brazil)
ings in the wake of Aristotle and Kant
Menninghaus, Winfried (Germany) The concept of authentication: Methodo-
logical aspects and psycho-social implica-
Aesthetic vs. utilitarian emotions in listen
tions
ing to music
Dmitrieva, Victoria (Russia)
Scherer, Klaus R. (Switzerland)
Ethical principles and political decision-
On the relationship between curiosity and
making across international boundaries
affect in Euripides Bacchae
Argenta, Roberto (Brazil)
Schlesier, Renate (Germany)
Discussant: Palumbo, Gabriella (Italy)
Discussant: Frijda, Nico (Netherlands)
Discussant: Bernabei, Pamela (Italy)
S-088 Symposium Discussant: De Nardis, Paolo (Italy)

08.00 10.00 h Room 30 FP-075 Paper Session


Media as a go-between nature and nur- 08.00 10.00 h Room 32
ture
Stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination
Co-Chair: Schwab, Frank (Germany)
Co-Chair: Kerimova, Izumrud (Russia)
Co-Chair: Unz, Dagmar (Germany)
Co-Chair: Imhoff, Roland (Germany)
The neurophysiology perspective in media
Stereotypes of physically and speech dis-
psychology
abled persons as detected with partially
Weber, Rene (USA)
structured attitude measures
Stern, Steven (USA)

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Imagine being an outgrouper: The impact FP-074 Paper Session


of perspective taking on intergroup help
08.00 10.00 h Room 34
ing intentions
Bilewicz, Michal (Poland) Heuristics and frequency estimation
Co-Chair: von Sydow, Momme (Germany)
Stereotypes and identity: Romanians and Co-Chair: Liu, Yongfang (Peoples Republic of
European Union citizens China)
Glaveanu, Vlad-Petre (Romania)
Childrens understanding of cognitions and
The Germans will never forgive the Jews
emotions: A longitudinal study on the links
for Auschwitz: Does group-based guilt
between theory of mind and metacogni
predict positive intergroup attitudes?
tion
Imhoff, Roland (Germany)
Lecce, Serena (Italy)
Generalised attitude of young adults to-
Probability communication with verbal ex-
wards Moslems
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

pressions: The role of directionality


Kerimova, Izumrud (Russia)
Honda, Hidehito (Japan)
Beyond cultural stereotypes: Comparing
Conjunction Fallacies with natural fre-
impression effects of nonverbal behavior
quency formats and ratings: Bayesian logic
in Germany, USA and UAE
von Sydow, Momme (Germany)
Bente, Gary (Germany)
Simplicity of simple heuristics: The role of
FP-076 Paper Session the central executive
08.00 10.00 h Room 33 Gula, Bartosz (Austria)
Stress and coping The influence of criterion knowledge on
Co-Chair: Seckin, Gul (USA) the recognition heuristic
Co-Chair: Schler, Julia (Switzerland) Hilbig, Benjamin E. (Germany)
Gender and negative affectivity effects on A analisis to information search processes
stressor appraisal and coping selection: A of female mate choice
test of the differential vulnerability hypo- Liu, Yongfang (Peoples Republic of China)
thesis
Bradley, Graham (Australia) FP-078 Paper Session
08.00 10.00 h Room 35
Social support in cyberspace and appraisal
of coping with cancer Pain
Seckin, Gul (USA) Chair: Steur, Hester (Germany)

Emotional disclosure buffers the negative Families in pain: 6-months prevalence of


effect of motive-incongruence on health headache, back pain and abdominal pain
Schler, Julia (Switzerland) within families for parent and child
Steur, Hester (Germany)
Stressors, coping strategies and stress level
among adolescents in West Java Indonesia Identification, measurement and efficacy
Mansoer, Winarini (Indonesia) of different modalities of headache treat-
ment
Adult attachment and ways of coping with
Tanwir, Shahida (Pakistan)
stress
Khoshnevis, Elaheh (Islamic Republic of Iran) Psychopathologies in migraine and ten
sion headaches sufferers
Disaster psychosocial support; Mental
Tanwir, Shahida (Pakistan)
health services in SAARC countries: A syn-
thesis Chronic pain: Study of structure and deter-
Satapathy, Sujata (India) minants of cognitive and emotional illness
representations
Marchetti, Elise (France)
Rehabilitation after amputation: Psycho-
therapeutic intervention module in Indian
scenario
Srivastava, Kalpana (India)

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FP-079 Paper Session A longitudinal test of the job demands-


resources model in Australian university
08.00 10.00 h Room 36
staff
Memory and cognition Boyd, Carolyn (Australia)
Co-Chair: Kirkegaard Thomsen, Dorthe
(Denmark) Work-family conflict and employees well-
Co-Chair: Moradi, Alireza (Islamic Republic of being: The moderating effects of job cha-
Iran) racteristics
Karimi, Leila (Australia)
The function of positive and negative me-
mories FP-081 Paper Session
Rasmussen, Anne Scharling (Denmark) 08.00 10.00 h Room 38
The effect of state anxiety on processing Memory processes II
efficiency and performance effectiveness Co-Chair: Lange-Kttner, Christiane (United
on reading span test Kingdom)

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Moradi, Alireza (Islamic Republic of Iran) Co-Chair: Gomez, Alice (France)
Rumination is associated with increased Motivation for weight loss affects recall
reliving in negative autobiographical me- from autobiographical memory in dieters
mories Johannessen, Kim Berg (Denmark)
Kirkegaard Thomsen, Dorthe (Denmark)
Evidence for the memorizing effort heuris
Effect of glucose ingestion on recognition tic: Fluency effects on judgments of learn
memory for emotionally arousing stimuli ing and study times
Sunram-Lea, Sandra (United Kingdom) Undorf, Monika (Germany)
Investigating cognitive mechanisms un- Adaptive memory updating in the musical
derlying the modality effect in multimedia realm
learning Strau, Sabine (Austria)
Frstenberg, Anne (Germany)
Influence of self-centred spatial informa
Reference frames in spatial navigation: tion on episodic memory
Human brain dynamics is influenced by Gomez, Alice (France)
path complexity
Mller, Markus (Germany) Objects can be conditioned, places need to
be configured
FP-080 Paper Session Lange-Kttner, Christiane (United Kingdom)
08.00 10.00 h Room 37 Does the advantage of familiar real-person
Work-family-interface: Balance, conflict, sources remain after a one-week delay in
facilitation 3-, 4- and 5-year olds source monitoring
Co-Chair: Tengpongthorn, Chatsaran (United performance?
Kingdom) Kraus, Uta (Germany)
Co-Chair: Ellwart, Thomas (Switzerland)
FP-082 Paper Session
A new framework model for research on 08.00 10.00 h Room 39
work-family conflict
Working memory I
Haun, Sascha (Germany)
Co-Chair: Hoskyn, Maureen (Canada)
Associations of work-life-balance with ob- Co-Chair: Wang, Xiang (Peoples Republic of
jective and subjective work characteristics China)
and health
Morling, Katja (Germany) Cognitive control in working memory:
Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) disso-
The work-family facilitation among Thai ciate between different processes of at-
nursing staff tentional allocation
Tengpongthorn, Chatsaran (United Kingdom) Berti, Stefan (Germany)
Modelling multiple causes of work-family Memory load effects on the executive con-
balance: Application of a formative mea- trol: An event-related potential study
surement approach Wang, Xiang (Peoples Republic of China)
Ellwart, Thomas (Switzerland)

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Two executive sub-functions: Set shifting IA-022 Invited Address


and inhibition impacting Chinese phone-
10.15 11.15 h Hall 4
mic and semantic fluencies?
Lu, Aitao (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples How to detect lies with statistics
Republic of China) Bar-Hillel, Maya (Israel)
Chair: Jungermann, Helmut (Germany)
The relationship between executive func-
tions and problem solving among primary IA-023 Invited Address
school children
10.15 11.15 h Hall 7
Wang, Jing (Peoples Republic of China)
Passions: What emotions really are
Developmental relations between wor- Frijda, Nico (Netherlands)
king memory and early literacy among
young children aged 3 to 8 years IA-024 Invited Address
Hoskyn, Maureen (Canada) 10.15 11.15 h Roof garden
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

The influencing factors of Chinese and Environmental stressors: The context of


English reading span: A latent variable South Asia
analysis of three hypotheses Pandey, Janak (India)
Yang, Qiwei (Peoples Republic of China) Chair: Richelle, Marc (Belgium)

FP-083 Paper Session IA-025 Invited Address


08.00 10.00 h Room 40 10.15 11.15 h Hall 14.2
Word recognition Cognitive maps in rats and men: 60 years
Co-Chair: Kinoshita, Sachiko (Australia) on
Co-Chair: Van den Noort, Maurits (Norway) OKeefe, John (United Kingdom)
Chair: Nilsson, Lars-Gran (Sweden)
Processing segmental and prosodic infor-
mation during Cantonese word produc- IA-026 Invited Address
tion 10.15 11.15 h Hall 15.2A
Wong, Andus Wing-Kuen (Hong Kong SAR of
Parent-child relationship, academic
the Peoples Republic of China)
achievement and quality of life: The role
Feedback consistency effect in visual and of self-regulation, social support, and effi-
auditory word recognition cacy beliefs in Korea
Petrova, Ana (France) Park, Young-Shin (Republic of Korea)
Conscious and unconscious processing of Chair: Knowles, Michael (Australia)
emotional words
IA-027 Invited Address
Van den Noort, Maurits (Norway)
10.15 11.15 h Hall 15.2B
Lexical representations do not contain
The best-worst method for the study of
open bigrams
preferences: Theory and applications
Kinoshita, Sachiko (Australia)
Marley, Anthony A.J. (Canada)
Hemispheric asymmetry profiles during Chair: Spiel, Christiane (Austria)
beginning reading: Effects of reading level
and word type FP-084 Paper Session
Porta, Maria Elsa (Argentina) 10.15 11.15 h Hall 2.1
Learning to read in Chinese in Hong Kong: Psychological disorders III
The linguistic demands of learning Chinese Chair: Davoudi, Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran)
characters in the grade-one classroom
Cheng, Pui-Wan (Hong Kong SAR of the Peo- Deliberate self harm and attachment to
ples Republic of China) parents and peers
Covic, Tanya (Australia)
BL-001 Paul-B.-Baltes Lecture The cognitive predictors of obsessive com-
10.15 11.15 h Hall 3 pulsive disorder
Executive attention: Its origins, develop- Davoudi, Iran (Islamic Republic of Iran)
ment, and functions
Posner, Michael (USA)
Chair: Frensch, Peter A. (Germany)

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Axis I comorbidity and psychopathological FP-087 Paper Session


correlates in patients with autodestructive
10.15 11.15 h Hall 5
syndromes
Fliege, Herbert (Germany) Mental health and counseling I
Co-Chair: Chirkov, Valery (Canada)
Self-mutilation: Processes associated with Co-Chair: Yamada, Ann Marie (USA)
self-injury in borderline and non-border-
line patients Spirit possession: Professional perceptions
Haines, Janet (Australia) and lay experiences
Shubha, Ranganathan (India)
FP-085 Paper Session
Social capital, human autonomy and
10.15 11.15 h Hall 2.2 health: A cross-cultural analysis
Psychotherapy Research and treatment Chirkov, Valery (Canada)
methods III
Perception of depression among Pakistani
Chair: von Buelow, Gabriele (Germany)

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
adults in early adulthood: Need for cultur
Effect of shame and guilt on coping by ally relevant mental health intervention
meaning making Khan, Bushra (Pakistan)
Chan, Raymond (Hong Kong SAR of the Peo- Enlisting Asian American churches in the
ples Republic of China) fight to reduce stigma and increase access
The effectiveness of family systems acute to mental health treatment
psychiatry Yamada, Ann Marie (USA)
Crameri, Aureliano (Switzerland)
FP-088 Paper Session
Impact of patients subjective experience
10.15 11.15 h Hall 6
on the effectiveness of psychotherapy in
schizophrenia Media effects: The psychological, social,
Schmidt, Friederike (Germany) and cultural impact of mass media II
Chair: Jacennik, Barbara (Poland)
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Psychodyna-
mic and psychotherapeutic aspects: A case Representations of mental health in the
study Polish press
von Buelow, Gabriele (Germany) Jacennik, Barbara (Poland)

FP-086 Paper Session Impact of youth oriented television pro-


grams on Pakistani youth
10.15 11.15 h Hall 2.3 Naz, Sajida (Pakistan)
Conflicts and cooperation in organiza-
tions Game over: Back in reality? Results of a
questionnaire for transfer processes be
Co-Chair: Jeppesen, Hans Jeppe (Denmark)
tween the virtual and real world
Co-Chair: Koschate, Miriam (Germany)
Luthman, Stefanie (Germany)
Organizational identification and inter- Internet addiction: Debating the diagnosis
group conflict handling strategies Czincz, Jennifer (Canada)
Joensson, Thomas (Denmark)
The antecedents of constructive contro FP-089 Paper Session
versy: Beyond cooperative goal 10.15 11.15 h Hall 8
Wang, Zhen (Peoples Republic of China) Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender
Which motivational types experience more concerns
work alienation? A study among academi- Co-Chair: Chiotis, Georgios (United Kingdom)
cians Co-Chair: Toro Alfonso, Jose (Puerto Rico)
Erben, Gl Selyn (Turkey)
Body image, masculinity, homonegativity
The floor between us: A context-specific and eating disorders in a sample of Latino
model of contact between workgroups gay men
Koschate, Miriam (Germany) Toro Alfonso, Jose (Puerto Rico)

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A deeper insight in a Greek homophobia FP-092 Paper Session


study: What affects homophobic reports,
10.15 11.15 h Room 43
and why?
Chiotis, Georgios (United Kingdom) Business in the digital age: E-commerce,
advertisement and digital marketing I
Rocking the cradle: Gay parenting Chair: Fang, Wenchang (Taiwan)
Curl, Layton (USA)
The effect of virtual spokes-character type
FP-090 Paper Session upon on-line advertisements
10.15 11.15 h Hall 9 Fang, Wenchang (Taiwan)
Learning and emotion: School climate, Measuring congruity between self-concept
attitudes towards learning, well-being and brand image: Testing moderators of
Chair: Yadav, Rajender Singh (India) predictive value of different methods
Stacho-Wjcik, Maria (Poland)
Academic performances and psycho social
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

well being in the university environment The research of online shopper decision-
Negovan, Valeria (Romania) makings influencing factors
Chen, Hui (Peoples Republic of China)
Children with general learning difficulties:
Feelings of loneliness and depressive symp FP-093 Paper Session
tomatology
10.15 11.15 h Room 44
Didaskalou, Eleni (Greece)
Child and adolescent psychopathology II
Socio-emotional school climate in relation Chair: Brunanski, Dana (Canada)
to adjustment among sighted and visually
impaired students Mental health issues among Aboriginal
Yadav, Rajender Singh (India) street-involved youth in Western Canada
Brunanski, Dana (Canada)
Relationship of perceived school climate
and school adjustment for middle schoo- Effectiveness of cognitive behaviour group
lers therapy on shyness among adolescents in
Yu, Yibing (Peoples Republic of China) Iran
DSouza, Lancy (India)
FP-091 Paper Session
Three-eight year outcome of a clinical sam-
10.15 11.15 h Hall 10 ple of depressed adolescents
Job choice Dudley, Amanda (Australia)
Co-Chair: Klehe, Ute-Christine (Netherlands)
A longitudinal study of subthreshold de-
Co-Chair: Kefalidou, Despina-Maria (Greece)
pression in Chinese mainland adolescents
Can work values and career orientations Yao, Shuqiao (Peoples Republic of China)
predict the final choice of workplace?
Kefalidou, Despina-Maria (Greece) FP-094 Paper Session
10.15 11.15 h Room 11/12
Are ability-related demands at the work-
place still the same after 30 years? Cognitive information processing and
Sander, Nicolas (Germany) learning I
Chair: Ennemoser, Marco (Germany)
Using institutional theory to explain the
(non-)use of personnel selection proce- Improving the effects of strategy instruc-
dures tion on reading comprehension in elemen-
Klehe, Ute-Christine (Netherlands) tary school children
Ennemoser, Marco (Germany)
Institutional pressures affecting the adop-
tion of personnel selection procedures The assessment of executive control func-
among German HR-managers tions in children: Implications for learning
Klehe, Ute-Christine (Netherlands) Musso, Mariel (Netherlands)
The influence of abacus training on intelli-
gence and speed
Khaleefa, Omar (Sudan)

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FP-095 Paper Session Effects of spatial compatibility and consis


tency across simultaneously executed sac-
10.15 11.15 h Room 13/14
cades and manual responses
Cognitive and affective development in Huestegge, Lynn (Germany)
childhood and adolescence I
Chair: Ostkirchen, Gabriele Gerda (Germany) Visual, proprioceptive, and inertial cue-
weighting in travelled distance perception
Analysing childrens colloquial pain stories Campos, Jennifer (Germany)
Ostkirchen, Gabriele Gerda (Germany)
Spatial attention affects the processing
Adaptation of Danva 2 in Romania of tactile and visual stimuli presented at
Rosan, Adrian (Romania) the tip of a tool: An event-related poten
tial study
The curse of knowledge in childrens false
Yue, Zhenzhu (Germany)
belief tasks
Li, Xiaodong (Peoples Republic of China) Ignoring complex tactile patterns: Tactile

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
versus visual negative priming
FP-096 Paper Session Frings, Christian (Germany)
10.15 11.15 h Room 15/16
FP-077 Paper Session
Educational assessment I
Chair: Beygi, Ali Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran) 10.15 11.15 h Salon 21
Speech and reading comprehension
The interaction between cognitive learn Chair: Usacheva, Irina (Russia)
ing styles and lingual background of the
high school learners The effect of a learning strategies pro-
Beygi, Ali Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran) gramme on the cognitive process of com-
prehension
The development and application of the
Bilimria, Helena (Portugal)
wisdom assessment for college students
Cheng, Ying-Chen (Taiwan) Development of reading skills in second
language learning and teaching
Relationship between study habits, educa-
Bojovic, Milevica (Serbia)
tional ability and study problems among
secondary school students in Rawalpindi, Evaluating the effects of age and noise on
Pakistan spoken word identification using eye-
Hussain Kanwal, Rabia (Pakistan) tracking
Pichora-Fuller, Kathy M. (Canada)
Mapping values and achievement goals
using smallest space analysis Methodology of system-and-activity ap-
Liem, Arief Darmanegara (Singapore) proach to reading researches within IN-
LOKKS teaching technology as the basis
FP-097 Paper Session for the projects of A. A. Leontiev Interna
10.15 11.15 h Room 17/18 tional Reading Institute
Environmental perception and cognition I Usacheva, Irina (Russia)
Chair: Stoltz, Tania (Brazil) The role of orthography and phonology in
reading Chinese sentence
Conceptions about environment and envi- Ren, Guiqin (Peoples Republic of China)
ronmental education: From theory to prac-
tice IS-023 Invited Symposium
Stoltz, Tania (Brazil)
11.30 13.30 h Hall 2.1
Space appropriation as an academic achie- Psychology in Middle East: Present and
vement factor: A study on a population future challenges
of University Institute of Technology stu- Chair: Farah, Adnan (Jordan)
dents in France
Rioux, Liliane (France) Training and qualifications of psycholo-
gists at Arab Regional Countries
FP-159 Paper Session Kassim Khan, Hassan (Yemen)
10.15 11.15 h Salon 19 Social Justice: Implications for counseling
Multisensory processing psychologists
Chair: Campos, Jennifer (Germany) Ayyash-Abdo, Huda (Lebanon)

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Present and future challenges for psycho- Diagnostic decision making


logy in Turkey Witteman, Cilia (Netherlands)
Degirmencioglu, Serdar M. (Turkey)
Discussant: Godoy, Antonio (Spain)
Indigenization of psychology in the Arab Discussant: Haynes, Stephen N. (USA)
world
Khaleefa, Omar (Sudan) IS-044 Invited Symposium
Historical, sociological and empirically 11.30 13.30 h Hall 3
grounded perspectives on the develop- Coherent mental activity in perception
ment of intellectual movements in psycho- and semantic cognition
logy in the Arab world Chair: McClelland, James L. (USA)
Zebian, Samar (Lebanon)
Neural synchrony and selective attention
Discussant: Cooper, Saths (South Africa) Desimone, Robert (USA)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

IS-042 Invited Symposium Cortical integration of information in per


ception and attention
11.30 13.30 h Hall 2.2
Haynes, John-Dylan (Germany)
Terrorism and peace
Chair: Noor, Noraini N. (Malaysia) The proactive brain: Top-down predictions
in cognition
An overview of the psychological litera- Bar, Moshe (USA)
ture on peace and terrorism
Bringing it all together: The critical role of
Blumberg, Herbert (United Kingdom)
anterior temporal lobes in semantic me-
Islam and terrorism mory
Noor, Noraini N. (Malaysia) Lambon Ralph, Matthew (United Kingdom)
Misinformation and the war on terror:
IS-045 Invited Symposium
When memory turns fiction into fact
Lewandowsky, Stephan (Australia) 11.30 13.30 h Hall 4
Transformation of intimacy in the context
Contributions of psychologists to diplo of citizenship, culture and participation
macy, peace and the mitigation of terrorism
Chair: Bianchi, Gabriel (Slovak Republic)
Christie, Daniel (USA)
From war leaders to peace leaders: The Identity transformation of clients in sex
Northern Ireland experience business
Cairns, Ed (United Kingdom) Popper, Miroslav (Slovak Republic)

Peace psychology and humanitarian relief Transformation of discourses and practices


work in conflict areas: Challenges and po- in sexual education
tential Luksik, Ivan (Slovak Republic)
Abdul Majid, Hariyati (Malaysia) Ethnic identity and civic participation of
migrants in Slovakia
IS-043 Invited Symposium Szeghyova, Petra (Slovak Republic)
11.30 13.30 h Hall 2.3
Title to be announced
Clinical reasoning Calder, Gideon (United Kingdom)
Chair: Godoy, Antonio (Spain)
Conflicts of intimate needs in the public
Cognitive processes involved in diagnostic space
inferences Bianchi, Gabriel (Slovak Republic)
Lopez, Francisco (Spain)
IS-046 Invited Symposium
Cognitive implications of eliminating cate-
gories in personality disorders 11.30 13.30 h Hall 5
Ahn, Woo-Kyong (USA) Inhibitory tags that guide orienting
Chair: Klein, Raymond (Canada)
Causal versus probabilistic reasoning in cli-
nical judgment Inhibitory tags that guide orienting
Garb, Howard (USA) Klein, Raymond (Canada)

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Neurophysiological correlates of covert Contrasting congruency in letters and sha-


and overt orienting pes: Domain-specific perceptual integra
Munoz, Doug (Canada) tion strategies
van Leeuwen, Cees (Japan)
IOR and orienting of attention: Is atten
tional disengagement necessary? Visual processing strategies in develop-
Lupiez, Juan (Spain) mental dyslexics
Lachmann, Thomas (Germany)
The effects of visual signals on spatial de-
cision making Practice effects on EEG phase synchrony
Danziger, Shai (Israel) during attentional blink
Nakatani, Chie (Japan)
An early inhibitory mechanism in visual
search Effect of color on motion-defined form de-
Takeda, Yuji (Japan) tection in camouflage
Srinivasan, Narayanan (India)
Memory mechanisms make search efficient

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
during static and dynamic search Motor performance impacts Fitts law ef-
Boot, Walter (USA) fect in action-perception
Chandrasekharan, Sanjay (Canada)
IS-047 Invited Symposium
11.30 13.30 h Hall 6 IS-049 Invited Symposium
Correlates and co-determinants of health 11.30 13.30 h Hall 9
across the life-span Early syntactic acquisition and its impact
Chair: Kwon, Sun-Kyo (Republic of Korea) on word learning
Chair: Christophe, Anne (France)
Effects of neuroticism and widowhood on
mortality Verb learning and the early development
Mroczek, Daniel K. (USA) of sentence comprehension
Fisher, Cynthia (USA)
Physical and subjective health in middle
adulthood: Causes and effects of early vs. Little words, big impact: Early grammatical
normal retirement access to function words
Wurm, Susanne (Germany) Kedar, Yarden (Israel)
Does age make a difference for predicting Syntactic categorization of new words:
nutrition behavior of South Koreans? Distributional and morphological cues to
Spivak, Youlia (Germany) form class
Hhle, Barbara (Germany)
Differential effects of individualized feed-
back on selected conditions: The role of The syntactic skeleton: Partial syntactic
subjective health structure through function words and pro-
Kwon, Sun-Kyo (Republic of Korea) sody
Christophe, Anne (France)
A framework of user customized health
care management using a neural network Processing of functional morphemes and
approach early lexical acquisition
Jung, Insung (Republic of Korea) Shi, Rushen (Canada)
Interdisciplinary approaches to methodo- Discussant: Johnson, Elizabeth (Canada)
logies in prevention
Rogers, Sherome (Republic of Korea) IS-050 Invited Symposium
A coaching approach for the promotion of 11.30 13.30 h Hall 10
adaptive health behaviors Organizational behavior and culture
Lee, Hwayun (USA) Chair: Mortazavi, Shahrnaz (Islamic Republic
of Iran)
IS-048 Invited Symposium
Individualism/collectivism measured on
11.30 13.30 h Hall 8
national, organizational and individual
Visual expertise levels
Co-Chair: Srinivasan, Narayanan (India) Mortazavi, Shahrnaz (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Co-Chair: van Leeuwen, Cees (Japan)

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Self-presentation and personal values in IS-053 Invited Symposium


the employment interview: A comparison
11.30 13.30 h Hall 15.2A
between Afro-American and Euro-Ameri-
can student Psychology of sustainable development
Sandal, Gro Mjeldheim (Norway) and environmental sustainability
Co-Chair: Bonnes, Mirilia (Italy)
Intercultural issues and challenges in mul- Co-Chair: Carrus, Giuseppe (Italy)
tinational corporations based in Iran
Namazie, Pari (Islamic Republic of Iran) The hidden power and real difficulties on
changing environmental attitudes
Work stress and alcohol use across cul-
Kaiser, Florian (Netherlands)
tures
Mohr, Cynthia (USA) Normative concerns and environmental
behavior
Cultural collectivism and undesirable phy-
Steg, Linda (Netherlands)
sical work conditions related to absente-
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

eism Psychological dimensions of pro-sustaina-


Mansour, Mahmoud (Islamic Republic of Iran) bility orientation
Corral Verdugo, Victor (Mexico)
IS-051 Invited Symposium
The psychology of sustainability: Contribu-
11.30 13.30 h Roof garden tions from the study of restorative envi-
International Test Commission Guidelines ronments
and methodology for adapting educatio- Hartig, Terry (Sweden)
nal and psychological tests
A general model of social dilemmas
Chair: Hambleton, Ronald (USA)
Gifford, Robert (Canada)
Discussant: van de Vijver, Fons (Netherlands)
Discussant: Bartram, Dave (United Kingdom) IS-054 Invited Symposium
Discussant: Grgoire, Jacques (Belgium) 11.30 13.30 h Hall 15.2B
Discussant: Cheung, Fanny M. (Hong Kong
Personnel psychology and vocational psy-
SAR of the Peoples Republic of China)
chology: Competing paradigms or twins
Discussant: Muniz, Jose (Spain)
separated at birth?
IS-052 Invited Symposium Chair: Leong, Frederick T.L. (USA)

11.30 13.30 h Hall 14.2 What differences make a difference: An or-


Sensory-motor foundations of cognition ganizational psychologists perspective on
and language vocational psychology
Co-Chair: Masson, Michael (Canada) Ryan, Ann Marie (USA)
Co-Chair: Bub, Daniel (Canada) Personnel psychology and vocational psy-
chology: A family reunion for siblings se-
Modulation of visual attention by hand ac-
parated since adolescence
tions
Savickas, Mark (USA)
Masson, Michael (Canada)
The IO psychologists handshake with the
The roles of neuroanatomy and experience
counselor
in shaping visuomotor representation
Born, Marise (Netherlands)
Handy, Todd (Canada)
Translating career counseling into person-
Conceptual representations embodied in
nel psychology practices
perception and action
Duarte, Maria Eduarda (Portugal)
Kiefer, Markus (Germany)
Personnel and vocational psychology: A
Athletic expertise enhances language com-
Lewinian analysis of centripetal and cen-
prehension
trifugal forces
Beilock, Sian (USA)
Leong, Frederick T.L. (USA)
Evocation of action representations by
Discussant: Ilgen, Daniel (USA)
words and sentences
Bub, Daniel (Canada)

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IS-055 Invited Symposium IS-057 Invited Symposium


11.30 13.30 h Room 43 11.30 13.30 h Room 11/12
The role of psychology for human and so- Lessons learned: Cross-cultural perspec-
cial development: From research to policy tives on education and development
Chair: Pick, Susan (Mexico) Chair: Miller, Kevin (USA)

Comprehensive community development Preschoolers represent their natural and


programs: Targeting mulitiple behaviors cultural environment-scientific and narra-
Givaudan, Martha (Mexico) tive illustration
Teubal, Eva (Israel)
Agency and wellbeing: The role of psycho-
logy in making Sens capabilities approach The roles of phonological, semantic and
operative orthographic information for reading de-
Pick, Susan (Mexico) velopment in Chinese

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Chen, Shiou-Yuan (Taiwan)
Applying psychological knowledge else-
where: The factor culture Grown-ups wont tell you this: A few ob-
Poortinga, Ype (Netherlands) servations on how children learn to read
Feng, Gary (USA)
Efforts to modify health-related behaviors
have been dominated by health education Opportunities to learn in Chinese and
perspectives American math classes: What and how
Vinck, Jan (Belgium) Perry, Michelle (USA)
Antecendents and effects of political parti- Whats next? Evidence for cultural scripts
cipation: A behavioral epidemiological re- in teaching
view Correa, Christopher (USA)
von Lengerke, Thomas (Germany)
Discussant: Miller, Kevin (USA)
Conducting research with children and
adolescents in street settings in Brazil IS-058 Invited Symposium
Koller, Silvia Helena (Brazil) 11.30 13.30 h Room 13/14
Drug addiction: Behavioral and neurobio-
IS-056 Invited Symposium
logical advances
11.30 13.30 h Room 44 Chair: Miczek, Klaus A. (USA)
Prevention and treatment of behaviour
problems in children and adolescents Latest developments in the neurobiology
Chair: Dpfner, Manfred (Germany) of addiction: Beyond dopamine and the
accumbens
The 3-year efficacy of a parent-training in Zernig, Gerald (Austria)
the universal prevention of child behavior
Psychobiological features associated with
problems
cocaine addiction-like behavior in rats
Kahlweg, Kurt (Germany)
Deroche-Gamonet, Vronique (France)
Prevention Program of Externalizing Pro-
Neurobiological processes in alcoholism
blem Behavior (PEP): Efficacy and effec-
Spanagel, Rainer (Germany)
tiveness in 3 studies
Hautmann, Christopher (Germany) Social stress, cocaine binges and role of
BDNF
The effects of self-help interventions for
Miczek, Klaus A. (USA)
parents of children with disruptive behavi-
or problems IS-059 Invited Symposium
Dpfner, Manfred (Germany)
11.30 13.30 h Room 15/16
Long-term outcome of psychosocial and False belief attribution: Cultural and me-
multimodal interventions for children with thodological issues
ADHD
Chair: Maluf, Maria-Regina (Brazil)
Wolff Metternich, Tanja (Germany)
Promoting the development of theory of
mind in young children
Maluf, Maria-Regina (Brazil)

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Cultural settings and the variability of chil Learning from diagrammatic teachable
dren responses to a theory of mind scale agents
Deleau, Michel (Brazil) Schwartz, Daniel (USA)
A cultural-historical approach to childrens Handling spatial models in astronomy:
talk about psychological states: Four case With gestures and diagrams
studies Ramadas, Jayashree (India)
Rodrguez Arocho, Wanda (Puerto Rico)
S-089 Symposium
Language as a window into theory of
mind 11.30 13.30 h Salon 19
Hollanda Souza, Debora (Brazil) New research concepts of modeling and
measuring change in clinical psychology
Childrens mistrust: Attention to false and psychotherapy
statements or false beliefs?
Chair: Lutz, Wolfgang (Germany)
Koenig, Melissa (USA)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Test of emotion comprehension: A Portu- Mediators and mechanisms of psychothe-


guese-language adaptation rapy: Changes are needed in the focus and
Dias, Maria-da-Graa (Brazil) design of psychotherapy research
Kazdin, Alan E. (USA)
IS-041 Invited Symposium The impact of cognitive-behavioral inter-
11.30 13.30 h Room 17/18 ventions on cognition, stress reactivity and
Object perception: New views emotion regulation in social anxiety disor-
Co-Chair: Behrmann, Marlene (USA) der
Co-Chair: Peterson, Mary A. (USA) Joormann, Jutta (USA)
Growth mixture models
Perceptual organization: Acquisition and
Keller, Ferdinand (Germany)
breakdown
Behrmann, Marlene (USA) Reliability of measuring change via in-ses-
sion ratings
Reconceptualizing figure-ground percep
Caspar, Franz (Switzerland)
tion
Peterson, Mary A. (USA) Cost-effectiveness
Wittmann, Werner W. (Germany)
Processing local signals into global pat-
terns New trends in patient-focused psychothe-
Sasaki, Yuka (USA) rapy research
Lutz, Wolfgang (Germany)
What goes with what? Development of
perceptual organization in infancy
S-090 Symposium
Quinn, Paul C. (USA)
11.30 13.30 h Salon 20
Perceptual organization and visual atten Interplay of physical and psychological
tion factors and their impact on health issues
Kimchi, Rutie (USA)
Chair: Zimmermann, Tanja (Germany)
Extremal edges and gradient cuts: New
cues to depth and figure-ground percep Psychological liaison counseling in obste-
tion tric inpatients treated to prevent preterm
Palmer, Stephen E. (USA) delivery
Ditzen, Beate (Switzerland)
IUPsyS-002 IUPsyS Invited Symposium Quality of life of breast cancer patients at
11.30 13.30 h Hall 7 follow-up and the impact of demographic,
How diagrams promote thought oncological and psychological factors
Chair: Tversky, Barbara (USA) Hrtl, Kristin (Germany)
Am I still beautiful? Body-image in women
Diagrams are visual analogies
with breast cancer
Gattis, Meredith (United Kingdom)
Zimmermann, Tanja (Germany)
Diagrams in the classroom
Psychological and physiological reactions
Miyake, Naomi (Japan)
of couples
Schaer, Marcel (Switzerland)
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Predictors of quality of life after severe Virtual teacups, cubes and head-mounted
burn injury displays: The development of a dynamic
Renneberg, Babette (Germany) spatial test in augmented reality
Strau, Sabine (Austria)
Discussant: Krner-Herwig, Birgit (Germany)
Sex-specific solution strategies in spatial
S-091 Symposium tasks
11.30 13.30 h Salon 21 Schnfeld, Robby (Germany)
Values, community, engagement and Individual and sex differences in solution
burnout: International perspectives strategies when facing dynamic spatial
Chair: Leiter, Michael (Canada) tasks
Rubio, Victor (Spain)
The role of value congruence in the burn-
out process S-093 Symposium
Maslach, Christina (USA)

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
11.30 13.30 h Room 23
Distinct predictors of burnout for health Innovations in organizations
care managers and point of care providers Co-Chair: Bamberg, Eva (Germany)
Leiter, Michael (Canada) Co-Chair: Karamushka, Liudmyla (Ukraine)
Personal and organizational paths to burn-
What do people in organizations have in
out: Implications for interventions
mind when they talk about innovation?
Greenglass, Esther (Canada)
Martins, Erko (Germany)
Worklife predictors of burnout in Spanish
Innovativeness and customer orientation
doctors and nurses
of firms: Friends or foes?
Gascn, Santiago (Spain)
Kindermann, Andrea (Germany)
Work empowerment, engagement and
Facilitating innovation and change in orga-
burnout
nizations
Laschinger, Heather (Canada)
Bamberg, Eva (Germany)
Job engagement and burnout: Opposite
Building innovation management teams in
poles or correlates?
organizations
Schulze, Beate (Switzerland)
Karamushka, Liudmyla (Ukraine)
Discussant: Leiter, Michael (Canada)
Factors that hamper innovative processes
Discussant: Maslach, Christina (USA)
in educational organizations
S-092 Symposium Ivkin, Vladimir M. (Ukraine)

11.30 13.30 h Salon 22 Organizational openness: Risk or success


Spatial cognition: New approaches to as- factor for innovations?
sessing and explaining individual diffe- Hagenah, Meike (Germany)
rences in spatial cognition (Part I)
S-094 Symposium
Co-Chair: Glck, Judith (Austria)
Co-Chair: Quaiser-Pohl, Claudia (Germany) 11.30 13.30 h Room 24
Self-regulatory strength and ego deple
Spatial tests and spatial activity: How do tion: A decade later
they contribute to spatial orientation in Chair: Bertrams, Alex (Germany)
familiar macro environments?
Popp, Michael (Germany) Ego depletion and cognitive load: Whats
the difference?
Map understanding: Developmental mar-
Schmeichel, Brandon J. (USA)
ker in childhood, marker for neurological
impairment in adulthood? Influence of ego-depletion on risk-behav
Peter, Michael (Austria) ior
Unger, Alexander (Germany)
Components of variance in neural net-
works of spatial cognition Self-regulatory resource depletion makes
Jordan, Kirsten (Germany) people feel things more: A possible mecha-
nism for self-regulatory resource depletion
Vohs, Kathleen D. (USA)

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Increasing self-control capacity by regular Peer group influences on sixth graders


complex thinking school motivation and achievement
Bertrams, Alex (Germany) Kindermann, Thomas (USA)
Discussant: Gollwitzer, Peter M. (USA) Peer group influences on fifth graders
reading motivation
S-095 Symposium von Salisch, Maria (Germany)
11.30 13.30 h Room 25 Peer support in the preparation of the
Prosocial behaviors in adolescence across school-to-work transition
cultures Kracke, Brbel (Germany)
Co-Chair: Kumru, Asiye (Turkey)
Associations between antisocial friends,
Co-Chair: de Guzman, Maria Rosario (USA)
friendship quality and adolescents adjust-
Continuities and discontinuities in proso- ment
cial behaviour, disruptive behaviour and Schwarz, Beate (Switzerland)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

intellectual ability from early childhood to


adolescence S-097 Symposium
Hay, Dale F. (United Kingdom) 11.30 13.30 h Room 27
Beliefs about childrens prosocial behav Gender and career prospects: Charting
iors and the parenting practices that pro- womens paths through the labyrinth
mote them: A study of Mexican- and Euro- Co-Chair: Sczesny, Sabine (Switzerland)
pean-American mothers ethnotheories Co-Chair: Eagly, Alice H. (USA)
de Guzman, Maria Rosario (USA)
Effects of gender schemata on womens
Prosocial behaviors: The ifferential roles of math and science career choices
individual, interpersonal and parental vari- Cherney, Isabelle D. (USA)
ables in Turkish early and middle adoles-
Failure-as-an-asset
cents
Stahlberg, Dagmar (Germany)
Kumru, Asiye (Turkey)
Viewing womens career progression
The relations between parenting practices
through the lens of motherhood ideology
and prosocial behaviors in Mexican Ameri-
Dikkers, Josje S.E. (Netherlands)
can early adolescents
Carlo, Gustavo (USA) Think-manager-think-male? Perceptions of
managers, men and women in the past,
Maternal peer management behavior and
present and future
prosocial behavior: The mediating role of
Bosak, Janine (Germany)
self disclosure and deviant and prosocial
friends among Turkish adolescents Through the labyrinth: How women en-
Kindap, Yeliz (Turkey) counter and overcome impediments to
their career success
Discussant: Sayil, Melike (Turkey)
Eagly, Alice H. (USA)
S-096 Symposium
S-098 Symposium
11.30 13.30 h Room 26
11.30 13.30 h Room 28
The developmental significance of peer
Towards defining counselling psychology
groups
in the global context
Chair: Schwarz, Beate (Switzerland)
Chair: Young, Richard (Canada)
With a little help from their friends: Within- Current directions and future directions for
clique interpersonal harmony as a predic- counselling psychology in Greece
tor of childrens dominance position in the Malikiosi-Loizos, Maria (Greece)
peer group
Olthof, Tjeert (Netherlands) How to develop counselling psychology in
France?
What makes a popular woman? Social do- Guichard, Jean (France)
minance strategies and social integration
in early adolescence Counselling and clinical psychology: The
Ittel, Angela (Germany) differentiated dilemma in training and
practice in China
Hou, Zhi-Jin (Peoples Republic of China)

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Social justice: A model for international Value structure and ambivalence


counselling psychology Gebauer, Jochen (United Kingdom)
Sinacore, Ada (Canada)
FP-098 Paper Session
The contribution of action theory to defin
ing counselling psychology in the global 11.30 13.30 h Room 31
context Work motivation and engagement
Young, Richard (Canada) Co-Chair: Bipp, Tanja (Netherlands)
Co-Chair: Arshadi, Nasrin (Islamic Republic of
Discussant: van Esbroeck, Raoul (Belgium)
Iran)
S-099 Symposium A content valid measure of organizational
11.30 13.30 h Room 29 engagement: Its relationships with job sa-
Psychology and torture Prohibition, pre- tisfaction, empowerment, affective com-
vention and reparations mitment and turnover intentions

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Chair: Sveaass, Nora (Norway) Albrecht, Simon (Australia)
The effect of learning goals on perfor-
Psychological values and ethics in a context
mance: A simulation and 5 questions for
of threats to international human rights
future research
law
Seijts, Gerard (Canada)
Sveaass, Nora (Norway)
What are people looking for? Personality
Gender-based torture and psychology
traits and importance of work motivation
Patel, Nimisha (United Kingdom)
factors
Torture survivors and rights tortured asy- Bipp, Tanja (Netherlands)
lum seekers in Europe: The truth and its
Biopsychosocial correlates of work motiva-
(professional) consequences
tion
Bittenbinder, Elise (Germany)
Liesien, Justina (Lithuania)
Challenges on documentation of torture
Designing and testing a model of impor-
for asylum applications
tant precedents and outcomes of work
Ozkalipci, Onder (Denmark)
motivation of national Iranian south oil
Detention, asylum and social integration company employees in Ahvaz region, Iran
Schlar Ozkalipci, Caroline (Switzerland) Arshadi, Nasrin (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Discussant: Becker, David (Germany) The relation between socio-relational self-
efficacy and work engagement in an Ita
S-100 Symposium lian sample of social workers
11.30 13.30 h Room 30 Pace, Francesco (Italy)
How do values affect behavior? Let me
count the ways FP-099 Paper Session
Chair: Sagiv, Lilach (Israel) 11.30 13.30 h Room 32
Understanding aggression
Values and resistance to change Chair: Lopez Zafra, Esther (Spain)
Levontin, Liat (Israel) Chair: Denzler, Markus (Netherlands)
From pro-social values to pro-social behav
Is the Implicit Association Test a valid tool
ior
for measuring aggressiveness?
Sagiv, Lilach (Israel)
Bluemke, Matthias (Germany)
Prosocial agency: Values and self-efficacy
Culture of honour and gender identity:
beliefs as determinants of prosocial behav
The impact of sex, age and educational le-
ior
vel on the predisposition to violence
Caprara, Gian Vittorio (Italy)
Lopez Zafra, Esther (Spain)
Linking moral values to self-control: The
A social-cognitive look at the catharsis hy-
moral personality as a moderator
pothesis: How goal-fulfillment reduces ag-
Vauclair, Melanie (New Zealand)
gression
The role of personal and group values in Denzler, Markus (Netherlands)
explaining identification with groups
Amit, Adi (Israel)
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Peer aggression and coping Are personnel trainers leaders?


Mndez, Claudia (Spain) Silva Peralta, Yamila (Spain)
An attempt of a social psychological analy- Transformational leadership and innova
sis on the contemporary concepts of ag- tion implementation: The mediating role
gression of commitment to change and moderating
Zografova, Yolanda (Bulgaria) function of climate for initiative
Michaelis, Bjrn (Germany)
Teenage populations reactions to a terror
ist attack The relationship between the Big Five per-
Valero Valero, Maria (Spain) sonality traits and transformational and
transactional leadership styles
FP-100 Paper Session Sattari, Fatemeh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
11.30 13.30 h Room 33 Followers self-regulation and preferences
Understanding semantics for transformational versus transactional
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Co-Chair: Domingos, Ana (Portugal) leadership: A conjoint-analytical approach


Co-Chair: Bilandzic, Helena (Germany) Galais, Nathalie (Germany)

Comprehension of metaphorical state- FP-102 Paper Session


ments
11.30 13.30 h Room 35
Repeko, Alexander (Poland)
The learning environment: Student-teach
Affect primacy in embodied word proces- er relationship, teacher effectiveness,
sing learning oppurtunities
Domingos, Ana (Portugal) Co-Chair: Frenay, Mariane (Belgium)
Cognitive and emotional dimensions of Co-Chair: Patrick, Helen (USA)
narrative engagement
Identification of effectiveness factors in
Bilandzic, Helena (Germany)
English (EFL) teachers and the study of the
Influence of inhibition of return on seman- relationships between these factors and
tic processing: Evidence from a semantic students attitudes with students outcomes
stroop task Takrimi, Azimeh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Zhang, Yang (Peoples Republic of China)
Childrens adaptive and maladaptive moti-
How semantic knowledge affects object vational patterns and teacher-child rela
recognition: Electrophysiological evidence tionships
for early perceptual modulations Patrick, Helen (USA)
Abdel Rahman, Rasha (Germany)
Learning environments and schooling en-
FP-101 Paper Session gagement in secondary qualifying educa-
tion
11.30 13.30 h Room 34 Frenay, Mariane (Belgium)
Transformational leadership
Learning opportunities and math achieve
Co-Chair: Galais, Nathalie (Germany)
ment of third grade Mexican children
Co-Chair: Liu, Jiayan (Peoples Republic of
Contreras, Carolina (Mexico)
China)
Critical analysis of ideas on the learning
Transformational leadership and employee readiness of children
well-being: An examination of the media- Quibuyen, Liezl (Philippines)
ting role of self-efficacy and trust in the
leader The study of factors affecting educational
Liu, Jiayan (Peoples Republic of China) degradation in learning English among
non-English major students
Psychological capital as a mediator be Rahbar, Mohammad (Islamic Republic of Iran)
tween transformational leadership and
employees work-related outcomes
Zhong, Lifeng (Peoples Republic of China)

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FP-103 Paper Session Role of sports in student stress coping


Bommareddy, Udayakumar Reddy (India)
11.30 13.30 h Room 36
Motivation and goal orientation FP-105 Paper Session
Co-Chair: Matos, Lennia (Peru) 11.30 13.30 h Room 38
Co-Chair: Zhang, Yan (Peoples Republic of
Motor learning, decision making and ex-
China)
pertise in sport
Why positive expectations do not always Co-Chair: Raab, Markus (Germany)
work? Co-Chair: Zengaro, Franco (USA)
Mo, Angelica (Italy)
A longitudinal investigation of expertise-
A study of motivation on the peasant dis based differences in search and option-
tance learners in urbanization generation strategies
Zhang, Yan (Peoples Republic of China) Raab, Markus (Germany)

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Goal orientation and motivation to lead: A Attribution biases in foul calls: Laboratory
self-organization theory perspective and field evidence for the all players foul
Zhang, Kai (Peoples Republic of China) small players heuristic in soccer
Achievement goals, learning strategies and van Quaquebeke, Niels (Germany)
academic achievement among Peruvian The effects of attentional focus strategies
highschool students on the performance and learning of soccer-
Matos, Lennia (Peru) dribbling task in children and adolescents
Could optimal self lead to optimal adjust- Bahram, Abbas (Islamic Republic of Iran)
ment? Actions to achieve goals larger then Effects of different external attention of
the self and their beneficial effects focus on the motor learning and error-
Lin, Yicheng (Taiwan) detection capability: Perception-action ap-
Finding Mr. Right: Implicit affiliation mo- proach
tive and affect regulation moderate part- Shafizadeh, Mohsen (Islamic Republic of Iran)
ner choice Physical misconceptions in football profes-
Frhlich, Stephanie M. (Germany) sionals
Rauch, Jan (Switzerland)
FP-104 Paper Session
The psychology of playing at home in Ita
11.30 13.30 h Room 37
lian Serie A football
Motivational and social aspects of sport Zengaro, Franco (USA)
Co-Chair: Rosnet, Elisabeth (France)
Co-Chair: Rhind, Daniel (United Kingdom) FP-106 Paper Session

Interrelations between anxiety, personal 11.30 13.30 h Room 39


ity, motivation and performance in 15 Multilingualism I
years old top-level fencers Chair: Cheung, Him (Hong Kong SAR of the
Rosnet, Elisabeth (France) Peoples Republic of China)
Relationship maintenance strategies in the Relations between working memory, lan-
coach-athlete relationship guage awareness and multiliteracy of
Rhind, Daniel (United Kingdom) young, Chinese immigrant children in early
The Power Motive Scale Sports 4 Stages French immersion programs
(PMS-Sports-4S): A sports specific power Hoskyn, Maureen (Canada)
motive scale according to McClellands four Transfer of phonological skills in L2 lexical
stage model learning
Krippl, Martin (Germany) Xiao, Wen (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Testing achievement motivation and voli Republic of China)
tion in sport Bilingual reading and vocabulary develop-
Wenhold, Franziska (Germany) ment in relation to speech perception and
Educational needs of actors involved in metalinguistic awareness
soccer youth sectors Cheung, Him (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Gozzoli, Caterina (Italy) Republic of China)

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Willingness to communicate and commu- IA-030 Invited Address


nicative apprehension in the Japanese con
13.45 14.45 h Hall 7
text
Gladman, Tehmina (Japan) Intrinsic multiperspectivity: On the archi-
tectural foundations of a distinctive men-
Priming in the mental lexicon between tal capacity
mother tongue and a foreign language in Mausfeld, Rainer (Germany)
bilinguals and interpreters Chair: de Corte, Erik (Belgium)
Polonyi, Tnde va (Hungary)
IA-031 Invited Address
FP-107 Paper Session
13.45 14.45 h Roof garden
11.30 13.30 h Room 40
Solving the puzzles of hypnosis
Learning strategies I
McConkey, Kevin (Australia)
Co-Chair: Ronagel, Christian (Germany) Chair: Hahlweg, Kurt (Germany)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Co-Chair: Albert, Dietrich (Austria)


IA-008 Invited Address
The role of Self-Regulated Learning (SRL)
and Self-Efficacy (SE) on mathematics and 13.45 14.45 h Hall 14.2
biology learning (a study carried out in The cultural psychology of globalization
high schools in Indonesia which conducted Chiu, Chi Yue (USA)
accelerated program for the gifted) Chair: Ng, Sik Hung (Hong Kong SAR of the
Kusumawardhani, Dianti Endang (Indonesia) Peoples Republic of China)
Age differences in the metacognitive con- IA-032 Invited Address
trol of workplace learning
Ronagel, Christian (Germany) 13.45 14.45 h Hall 15.2B
Personal values and socially significant
Comparing the study methods of Iranian behavior
and American high school students from
Schwartz, Shalom (Israel)
the perspective of cognitive and metacog
Chair: Schoon, Ingrid (United Kingdom)
nitive strategies
Shaghaghi, Farhad (Islamic Republic of Iran) FP-108 Paper Session
Competence-based knowledge space the- 13.45 14.45 h Hall 2.1
ory and self-regulated learning: Mission Consequences of occupational stress III
impossible or happy marriage? Co-Chair: Giorgi, Gabriele (Italy)
Albert, Dietrich (Austria) Co-Chair: Morn, Consuelo (Spain)
Computer-assisted analysis of online colla- Relationship between health and coping in
borative learning process human service workers
Li, Yanyan (Peoples Republic of China) Morn, Consuelo (Spain)
Self-regulation and feedback in learning Study on the relative factors of workaho-
from texts lism and work engagement
Chen, Qishan (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Jiang, Jiang (Peoples Republic of China)
Republic of China)
Workplace bullying in Italy: Some empiri-
IA-028 Invited Address cal findings
13.45 14.45 h Hall 3 Giorgi, Gabriele (Italy)
Social learning of fear The occupational stress of public sector
Phelps, Elizabeth A. (USA) employees
Chair: Perrez, Meinrad (Switzerland) Neelakandan, Rathinam (India)

IA-029 Invited Address FP-109 Paper Session


13.45 14.45 h Hall 4 13.45 14.45 h Hall 2.2
Core knowledge and human cognition Conscious and unconscious processes I
Spelke, Elizabeth (USA) Chair: Hinterberger, Thilo (Germany)
Chair: Li, Shuh-Chen (Germany)

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Electrophysiological correlates to changes FP-112 Paper Session


in state of consciousness during medita
13.45 14.45 h Hall 6
tion
Hinterberger, Thilo (Germany) Cognitive processes
Co-Chair: Gradenegger, Barbara (Germany)
The effect of preparation time and fore- Co-Chair: Druzhinin, Georgy (Russia)
knowledge on task switching
Huang, Silin (Peoples Republic of China) Railroad illusion in railroad profession
Druzhinin, Georgy (Russia)
The nature of practice-related changes of
dual-task control Behavioral intention: Motivation to pro-
Strobach, Tilo (Germany) tect among young drivers faced to human
versus automatic road speed control
Unconscious determinants of free deci
Kergoat, Marine (France)
sions in the human brain
Soon, Chun Siong (Germany) Traffic Incivilities in Romania: Attribu-

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
tions and social representation of traffic
FP-110 Paper Session infrastructure
13.45 14.45 h Hall 2.3 Holman, Andrei (Romania)
Neural bases of cognition II Assessing focus of attention during driving
Chair: Barry, Johanna (Germany) with visual secondary tasks: Development
of a new experimental design
Using ERPs to probe phonological short- Gradenegger, Barbara (Germany)
term memory deficits in children with SLI
Barry, Johanna (Germany) FP-113 Paper Session
Object-specificity in human brain activity 13.45 14.45 h Hall 8
without the objects? Cognitive development in childhood II
Mnatsakanian, Elena (Russia) Chair: Leclercq, Virginie (France)
The effect of subthalamic deep brain sti-
The development of attentional orienting
mulation on processes of response selec-
after non-predictive, predictive or counter-
tion in patients with Parkinsons disease:
predictive cues
Evidence from a Simon task
Leclercq, Virginie (France)
Plessow, Franziska (Germany)
Age of beginning formal reading instruc-
Invariant decoding of object categories
tion and later literacy: Evidence from lon-
from human visual cortex
gitudinal research
Chen, Yi (Germany)
Suggate, Sebastian (New Zealand)
FP-111 Paper Session Validation of the early childhood behavior
13.45 14.45 h Hall 5 questionnaire in Chinese setting
Psychotherapy Research and treatment Tao, Ye (Peoples Republic of China)
methods IV Five-month old babies manual motor be-
Chair: Caspar, Franz (Switzerland) haviors in interactions with their mothers
Vicente, Carla (Brazil)
A compensation model of online therapy
Akmehmet, Sibel (Turkey) FP-114 Paper Session
Computer supported training based on la- 13.45 14.45 h Hall 9
tent semantic analysis and the expertise of Cognitive development I
psychotherapists Chair: Grossmann, Igor (USA)
Caspar, Franz (Switzerland)
Not smarter, but wiser: Dialectical reason
Psychodiagnostic decisions
ing across lifespan
Sjdahl, Lars (Sweden)
Grossmann, Igor (USA)
Effects of university training and practical
Institute of Psychology of Russian Acade-
experience on expertise in clinical psycho-
my of Education: Methods of prognosis
logy
and design of social situation for children
Spada, Hans (Germany)
with neurological illnesses
Bulanova, Olga (Russia)

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The comparison on the development of An exploratory study on the relationship


visual attention between the hearing im- between the goals of internet users and
paired population and hearing population their behavior
Zhang, Xingli (Peoples Republic of China) Gutschmidt, Anne (Germany)

FP-115 Paper Session FP-119 Paper Session


13.45 14.45 h Hall 10 13.45 14.45 h Room 44
Organizational development Child and adolescent psychopathology III
Co-Chair: Zakharova, Lyudmila (Russia) Chair: Mller, Christoph (Germany)
Co-Chair: Burger, Daniel (South Africa)
Autism: Is there a spontaneous preference
The dynamic process of person-environ- for details and not meaning?
ment fit in episodic organizational change: Mller, Christoph (Germany)
A longitudinal case study in China
Assessment of attention bias in children
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Pan, Lushan (Peoples Republic of China)


with separation anxiety disorder using an
Unconscious conflicts of values as socio- eye-movement paradigm
psychological barriers to organizational In-Albon, Tina (Switzerland)
development
Successful innovations for young people
Zakharova, Lyudmila (Russia)
with autism spectrum/disorders (disposi-
Logo-OD: The applicability of logotherapy tions)
as an Organisation Development (OD) in- Lawson, Christine (United Kingdom)
tervention
Transgenerational transmission of trauma
Burger, Daniel (South Africa)
ta
Organization development in an Iranian in Ammon, Maria (Germany)
dustrial corporation: The diagnosis phase
Nouri, Aboulghasem (Islamic Republic of Iran) FP-120 Paper Session
13.45 14.45 h Room 11/12
FP-117 Paper Session
Self and identity in childhood and ado
13.45 14.45 h Hall 15.2A lescence
Environmental perception and cognition II Chair: Yang, Yisheng (Peoples Republic of
Chair: Ahmed, Asma (Sudan) China)

Invironmental issues in Sudanese press: Development of the gender concept in


Psychological view children in age of 36 years
Ahmed, Asma (Sudan) Shahni, Razieh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Perceptions of genetically modified food Research on the features of Mongolian
and crops adolescent mental adaptation
Shengelia, Tamara (United Kingdom) Yang, Yisheng (Peoples Republic of China)
Ecological ethics and morality in percep Psychological correlates of selfs differen
tion of experts during globalization tiation
Mamonova, Olga (Russia) Clinciu, Aurel Ion (Romania)

FP-118 Paper Session FP-121 Paper Session


13.45 14.45 h Room 43 13.45 14.45 h Room 13/14
Business in the digital age: E-commerce, Cognitive and affective development in
advertisement and digital marketing II childhood and adolescence II
Chair: Stacho-Wjcik, Maria (Poland) Chair: Wang, Yifang (Peoples Republic of
China)
Impact of eroticism on product and brand
recall in advertising The developmental characteristics of chil
Stacho-Wjcik, Maria (Poland) drens faux pas detection and understand
ing in 5-to-8-year-olds
Readability assessment of advertisements
Wang, Yifang (Peoples Republic of China)
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Childrens implicit and explicit knowledge CD-003 Controversial Debate


about steady and accelerated speed in mo-
15.00 16.30 h Roof garden
tions
Ebersbach, Mirjam (Germany) Do evidence-based psychotherapy and
education require randomized trials?
Ostension production by children aged 7 Moderator: Gigerenzer, Gerd (Germany)
to 24 months old Debater: Kazdin, Alan E. (USA)
Dimitrova, Nevena (Switzerland) Debater: Schneider, Barbara (USA)
FP-122 Paper Session Please see page 400 for further information.
13.45 14.45 h Room 15/16
Educational assessment II IA-033 Invited Address
Chair: Cascallar, Eduardo (Belgium) 15.00 16.30 h Hall 3
Overview of current research of homo
Classificatory stream analysis in the predic- sexuality and mental health

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tion of expected reading readiness: Under- Sergienko, Elena (Russia)
standing student performance Chair: Hospers, Harm J. (Netherlands)
Cascallar, Eduardo (Belgium)
Theory-making and scale-creating for in IA-034 Invited Address
vestigating the value system and status 15.00 16.30 h Hall 4
of Iranian high-school; pre-university stu- Bayesian approach can be descriptive for
dents attitude toward globalization cognition and learning
Lotfabadi, Hossein (Islamic Republic of Iran) Shigemasu, Kazuo (Japan)
Measuring text reading comprehension in Chair: Han, Buxin (Peoples Republic of China)
admitted university students: Validating
retrieval contexts IA-035 Invited Address
Castaeda Figueiras, Sandra (Mexico) 15.00 16.30 h Hall 7
The many facets of executive functions
FP-116 Paper Session Mnte, Thomas (Germany)
13.45 14.45 h Salon 19 Chair: Reder, Lynne (USA)
Diversity management
Co-Chair: Cardu, Helene (Canada) IA-036 Invited Address
Co-Chair: Kearney, Eric (Germany) 15.00 16.30 h Hall 15.2B
Eco-cultural roots of geocentric language
Does age matter in leadership? Age rela- and encoding
tions between leaders and followers as
Mishra, Ramesh (India)
determinants of leadership effectiveness
Chair: Sanchez Sosa, Juan Jose (Mexico)
Kearney, Eric (Germany)
Age as a factor in leadership situations FP-123 Paper Session
Muecke, Anja (Switzerland) 15.00 16.30 h Hall 2.1
Diversity management and social repre- Psychological disorders IV
sentations of diversity Chair: Singer, Susanne (Germany)
Cardu, Helene (Canada) Risk factors for postpartum depression
among low income Brazilian women
CD-002 Controversial Debate
Andrade da Silva, Gabriela (Brazil)
15.00 16.30 h Hall 6
The role of autobiographical memory in
Managing diversity at school: Should stu-
depression
dents be grouped by their ability?
Claudio, Victor (Portugal)
Moderator: Stern, Elsbeth (Switzerland)
Debater: Benbow, Camilla (USA) Rumination and worry in depressive and
Debater: Mevarech, Zemira R. (Israel) non-depressive persons: What makes the
difference?
Please see page 400 for further information. Rischer, Angela (Germany)
Detection of depression in cancer patients
Singer, Susanne (Germany)

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FP-124 Paper Session Types of recreational drug users: Exploring


a hidden population online
15.00 16.30 h Hall 2.2
Stetina, Birgit U. (Austria)
Innovation I
Co-Chair: Rank, Johannes (United Kingdom) The failure to anticipate regret and persist
Co-Chair: Wastian, Monika (Germany) ence in gambling
Tochkov, Karin (USA)
Future visions: Time-related characteristics
A revised screening measure for cannabis
of sustainable innovations and their inno-
misuse: The cannabis use disorders identi-
vators
fication test
Wastian, Monika (Germany)
Adamson, Simon (New Zealand)
No climate for innovation without commit-
Dimensions of personality in cannabis users
ment
Afkham Ebrahimi, Azizeh (Islamic Republic of
Feinstein, Ingrid (Germany)
Iran)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Values as predictors of leadership, altruism


and innovation FP-127 Paper Session
Rank, Johannes (United Kingdom) 15.00 16.30 h Hall 8
The relationship between job satisfaction Gender and cultural influences on deve-
and innovative performance of Chinese lopment
science-technology talents Chair: Yu, Lu (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Jiang, Hong (Peoples Republic of China) Republic of China)
High performance work systems diver The prevalence of gender atypical behav
sified impact on firms innovation perfor- ior in Chinese school-aged children: A pre-
mance in entrepreneurial firms liminary study
Zang, Zhi (Peoples Republic of China) Yu, Lu (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Republic of China)
FP-125 Paper Session
Gender and generation differences on ver-
15.00 16.30 h Hall 2.3
tical and horizontal individualism-collecti-
The impact of goals, goal-orientation, and vism and religiosity among Turkish people
volitional processes on learning I Tapdemir, Nagihan (Turkey)
Chair: Tam, Vicky (Hong Kong SAR of the
Peoples Republic of China) Exploring the acculturation of young new
arrivals in Hong Kong via the reconstruc-
The effect of student involvement in home tion of life space: An application of Lewin
work on academic outcomes: A study on ian Field Theory
Hong Kong primary school students To, Chan (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Tam, Vicky (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Republic of China)
Republic of China)
Gender differences and developmental
When its not a matter of choice: Future analysis of blatant and subtle prejudice in
goals and the utility value of schooling for multicultural schools
students in Singapores lower streams Fernandez Castillo, Antonio (Spain)
Ortiga, Yasmin Patrice (Singapore)
Sleuthing for gender differences in reading
Activation and inhibition of self-regulated experience: A study with thriller-type short
learning stories
Magno, Carlo (Philippines) Schreier, Margrit (Germany)
Goal attainment scaling: Practical applica- FP-128 Paper Session
tion in educational psychology research
Woolfson, Richard (United Kingdom) 15.00 16.30 h Hall 9
Language disorders
FP-126 Paper Session Co-Chair: Larsson, Maria (Sweden)
15.00 16.30 h Hall 5 Co-Chair: Todorova, Ekaterina (Bulgaria)
Substance abuse and addiction I Importance of symbols in developing lan-
Chair: Stetina, Birgit U. (Austria) guage
Hathazi, Andrea (Romania)

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Syntax, semantics and memory function- Negative knowledge: How families learn
ing in school-aged children with language from their childrens mistakes
learning impairment Oser, Fritz (Switzerland)
Spanoudis, George (Cyprus)
Examining the physical difficulties expe-
Language aqusiton of gramatical category: rienced by twins in Greece
Plural form of nouns in Bulgarian children Markodimitraki, Maria (Greece)
with dyslexia
Relationship between mother distress and
Todorova, Ekaterina (Bulgaria)
fetal growth during pregnancy
The pattern of auditory deficit in adult Shafizadeh, Mohsen (Islamic Republic of Iran)
dyslexic readers
The impact of prenatal substance exposure
Fostick, Leah (Israel)
on pediatric psychology
A cross-linguistic study of reading and Battaglia, Suzanne (USA)
spelling in children with severe speech and
Talking to the child: Teaching the child

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physical impairment
being a tolerant person?
Larsson, Maria (Sweden)
Pakalniskiene, Vilmante (Lithuania)
FP-129 Paper Session
FP-131 Paper Session
15.00 16.30 h Hall 10
15.00 16.30 h Hall 15.2A
Entrepreneurship and management
Dyslexia and dyscalculia
Co-Chair: Eberhardt, Daniela (Switzerland)
Co-Chair: Witruk, Evelin (Germany)
Co-Chair: Li, Lingji (Peoples Republic of
Co-Chair: Weiss, Silvana (Switzerland)
China)
The behavioural and neurophysiological
Guanxi orientation and entrepreneurs
effects of a computer-based morphological
ethical decision-making: Evidence from
awareness training on the spelling and
China
reading skills of young dyslexics
Jin, Yanghua (Peoples Republic of China)
Weiss, Silvana (Switzerland)
An empirical research on the relationship
Dyslexia in different language systems: A
between entrepreneurial intellectual capi-
comparison of Cantonese, Arabic and Ger-
tal and venture growth in hi-tech enter
man speaking dyslexic children
prises
Witruk, Evelin (Germany)
Zhang, Wei (Peoples Republic of China)
Comparison of neuropsychological aspect
The Chinese undergraduate students en-
of dyslexic and normal children
trepreneurial cognition and entrepreneur
Faramarzi, Salar (Islamic Republic of Iran)
ial awareness
Li, Lingji (Peoples Republic of China) Relationship between Attention Deficit
Disorder (ADHD) and Dyslexia in assessing
Decision-making processes in family-owned
basic writing skills
companies: A process-model for succession
Ignatova, Albena (Bulgaria)
planning
Eberhardt, Daniela (Switzerland) Basic number processing difficulties and
dyscalculia in children with Velo-Cardio-
The effects of organizational change and
Facial Syndrome (22q11 deletion syndrome)
entrepreneurship strategies as mediated
de Smedt, Bert (Belgium)
by organizational learning among Chinese
firms FP-132 Paper Session
Wang, ZhongMing (Peoples Republic of China)
15.00 16.30 h Room 43
FP-130 Paper Session Death and dying
15.00 16.30 h Hall 14.2 Chair: Leaver, Vincent (USA)
Effects of environmental and family con Effective use of metaphor and stories in
texts on developmental outcomes grief therapy
Co-Chair: Battaglia, Suzanne (USA) Leaver, Vincent (USA)
Co-Chair: Markodimitraki, Maria (Greece)

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Healing from trauma reactions through in- Historiography of psychology: Challenges


digenous health beliefs: A cultural psycho- of postmodernism
logical inquiry among the survivors of Ye, Haosheng (Peoples Republic of China)
Kachchh earthquake
Maria Zambrano and hopeness psycholo-
Priya, Kumar Ravi (India)
gy
Suicide and suicidal behaviours: Social re- Quinones-Vidal, Elena (Spain)
presentation of health care professionals
Environmental psychology and postmo-
Rothes, Ins (Portugal)
dernism
Suicide prevention workshops: Do they Imamichi, Tomoaki (USA)
influence the number of completed sui-
Psychological anthropology and philoso-
cides?
phical psychology
Steyn, Renier (South Africa)
Michailov, Michael Ch. (Germany)
Religious beliefs and health: A study of
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Mumukshus in Kashi FP-136 Paper Session


Shankar, Shail (India) 15.00 16.30 h Room 15/16
Sensory-motor interactions I
FP-133 Paper Session
Chair: Nattkemper, Dieter (Germany)
15.00 16.30 h Room 44
Cross-cultural differences The impact of working memory load on
Chair: Schwegler, Ulrike (Germany) the Simon effect
Nattkemper, Dieter (Germany)
Work resources, work/family conflict and
Dissociation between perception and ac-
their consequences: A Chinese-British
tion? Not if reality is an illusion!
cross-cultural comparison
Gilster, Ren (Germany)
Lu, Luo (Taiwan)
Explicit and implicit adjustments of draw-
Cross-cultural differences in applicants
ing movements to changes in visuo-motor
faking behaviors
gain
Jansen, Anne (Switzerland)
Slzenbrck, Sandra (Germany)
Trust-building processes in context for
A response bias produces conflict-adapta-
German-Indonesian cooperation
tion effects in the Simon task
Schwegler, Ulrike (Germany)
Whr, Peter (Germany)
FP-134 Paper Session
FP-138 Paper Session
15.00 16.30 h Room 11/12
15.00 16.30 h Salon 19
Personality and mental health II
Risk perception
Chair: Bore, Miles (Australia)
Co-Chair: Eiser, Richard (United Kingdom)
Individual differences and the prevalence Co-Chair: Mikulic, Isabel Maria (Argentina)
of psychiatric symptoms in medicine and
Students competence in systemic thinking
psychology students
related to climate change: Computer-as
Bore, Miles (Australia)
sisted assessment approach based on con-
Existential trauma and the system of val cept maps
ues Boll, Thomas (Luxembourg)
Mamcarz, Peter (Poland)
From natural hazards to disasters: How hu-
Visual impairments and anxiety man decisions exacerbate or mitigate risk
Balyanin, Konstantin (Russia) Eiser, Richard (United Kingdom)
Perception of climate change risks: A multi-
FP-135 Paper Session
agent simulation
15.00 16.30 h Room 13/14 Seidl, Roman (Germany)
Psychological theories I
Risk perception assessment in Argentina:
Chair: Ye, Haosheng (Peoples Republic of
Research, results and relevance
China)
Mikulic, Isabel Maria (Argentina)

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FP-139 Paper Session Use six-step method to improve childrens


cooperation
15.00 16.30 h Salon 20
Wang, Lei (Peoples Republic of China)
Social-cognitive mechanisms II
Chair: Mallia, Luca (Italy) Conceptual representation of early adoles-
cents prosocial behavior
The social-cognitive mechanisms regula- Kou, Yu (Peoples Republic of China)
ting adolescents use of doping sub-
Self-perception, attachment, peer relations
stances
and parental peer management as predic-
Mallia, Luca (Italy)
tors of prosocial behavior sub-types among
Attentional bias and positive changes in Turkish female and male adolescents
breast cancer patients: A cross-sectional Bayraktar, Fatih (Turkey)
survey and an experimental study
Chan, Michelle Wing Chiu (Hong Kong SAR of FP-142 Paper Session

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
the Peoples Republic of China) 15.00 16.30 h Room 23
The structure of the generalized health- Memory processes III
related self-concept: A structural model- Chair: Czerniawska, Ewa (Poland)
ling approach
Wiesmann, Ulrich (Germany) Memory and music: Mozart effect or inter-
ference?
Processes of change assessment in over- Czerniawska, Ewa (Poland)
weight and obese patients
Andrs, Ana (Spain) Origins of the enactment effect: A recall-
based view
FP-140 Paper Session Spranger, Tina (Germany)
15.00 16.30 h Salon 21 A simplified conjoint recognition paradigm
Special needs and strengths of particular for the measurement of verbatim and gist
learner groups: ADHD, at-risk-learners, memory
and gifted students II Stahl, Christoph (Germany)
Chair: McCarthy, Sherri (USA)
FP-143 Paper Session
Appropriate strategies for gifted educa- 15.00 16.30 h Room 24
tion to enhance affective development Agreement and information sharing in
Stutler, Susan (USA) groups I
Relationship between goal-orientation and Chair: Kerschreiter, Rudolf (Germany)
motivational self-regulation in the gifted
students The communication bias toward prefer
Safe, Diba (Islamic Republic of Iran) ence-consistent information in groups: De-
pendent on decision preference salience
Inclusive education in Slovenia and partner communication?
Adlesic, Irena (Slovenia) Kerschreiter, Rudolf (Germany)
Validity of commonly-used measures of ef- Supporting the collaborative drawing of
fort when used with adults demonstrating inferences from distributed information in
learning disabilities or AD/HD groups
Lindstrom, Jennifer (USA) Meier, Anne (Germany)

FP-141 Paper Session Dont tell me which candidate you prefer:


The negative impact of learning the other
15.00 16.30 h Salon 22
group members preferences on processing
Cooperation and prosocial behavior in effort and decision quality
childhood and adolescence Mojzisch, Andreas (Germany)
Co-Chair: Wang, Lei (Peoples Republic of Chi-
na)
Co-Chair: Bayraktar, Fatih (Turkey)

The importance of hermeneutics to deve-


lopmental process
Jardim, Maria (Portugal)

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FP-144 Paper Session Psychological distorsions in multiple-crite-


ria decision making
15.00 16.30 h Room 25
Seri, Raffaello (Italy)
Aging and health I
Chair: Grano, Caterina (Italy) Testing risky choice models
Brandsttter, Eduard (Austria)
Motives and determinants of volunteering
Probability meaning of motivation: A the-
in older volunteers
oretical and experimental study of Monty
Grano, Caterina (Italy)
Hall Dilemma
Future orientations, age and self con Yu, Daxiang (Peoples Republic of China)
struals
The cognitive processes underlying quanti-
Guler-Edwards, Ayca (Turkey)
tative estimations: Comparing recent esti-
Elderly perception of their quality of life mation models
a Brazilian exploratory study using WHO- von Helversen, Bettina (Germany)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

QOL OLD
Silva, Eleonora (Brazil) FP-147 Paper Session
15.00 16.30 h Room 29
FP-145 Paper Session Theoretical and philosophical psychology I
15.00 16.30 h Room 26 Chair: Mironenko, Irina (Russia)
Aggression and violence at school I
Chair: Jimnez, Manuela (Colombia) Cultural bases of psychological theories:
A challenge for intergrating world psycho-
Socio-emotional competencies in violent logy
contexts: Evaluation of the multicompo- Mironenko, Irina (Russia)
nent program Aulas en Paz
The problem of consciousness in psycho
Jimnez, Manuela (Colombia)
logy, philosophy and religion: Three ways
Aggressive teacher behavior in Germany or one?
and Japan: A cross-cultural study Bogoslovskiy, Stanislav (Russia)
Baudson (ne Klein), Tanja Gabriele (Germany)
Psychology in search for new methods and
Effects of teacher-student relationships on approaches
students reports of school aggression and Smirnov, Sergey (Russia)
victimisation
Lucas Molina, Beatriz (Spain) FP-148 Paper Session
15.00 16.30 h Room 30
FP-146 Paper Session Career: Its meaning and development
15.00 16.30 h Room 27 Co-Chair: Dries, Nicky (Belgium)
Aggression and sexual abuse I Co-Chair: Dragova, Sonya (Bulgaria)
Chair: Agcaoili, Suzette (Philippines)
Has the meaning of career shifted? A vi-
Outcome of the treatment program of the gnette study exploring four generations
Department of Social Welfare and Devel career-related attitudes
opment (DSWD) for incest victims at Maril- Dries, Nicky (Belgium)
lac Hills: A qualitative-quantitative analy
An exploratory factor analysis of career
sis of cases
management in teachers of middle school
Agcaoili, Suzette (Philippines)
Zhang, Shuhua (Peoples Republic of China)
Attitudes toward victims of rape: A com-
General perceived self-efficacy and locus
parison on different times and places
of control as mediating factors to the
Jasso-Lara, Martha Julia (Mexico)
perception of career-related barriers
Sibling abuse Dragova, Sonya (Bulgaria)
Carvalho Relva, Ines (Portugal)
Comparison of general aptitudes and ca-
reer motives in three levels of jobs in Saipa
FP-137 Paper Session
car company
15.00 16.30 h Room 28 Oreyzi, Hamid Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Risk and decision making II
Chair: Seri, Raffaello (Italy)

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FP-149 Paper Session When people chase risk, and when they
dont: Role of regret personality and regret
15.00 16.30 h Room 31
behavior
Depression and loneliness in old age Lai, Zhigang (Peoples Republic of China)
Chair: Heidenblut, Sonja (Germany)
FP-152 Paper Session
Development of a screening scale for ge
riatric depression 15.00 16.30 h Room 34
Heidenblut, Sonja (Germany) Psychotherapy Research and treatment
methods V
Autobiographical memory specificity in ol-
Chair: Janzen, Henry L. (Canada)
der adults with major depression
Latorre Postigo, Jose Miguel (Spain) Phenomenological analysis of the use of
Therapeutic usefulness life review focused voice training for Parkinsons patients
on life events specific positives (ReVISEP) Janzen, Henry L. (Canada)

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
in the treatment of major depression in old Narrativity of decision-making in psycho-
age therapy
Serrano Selva, Juan Pedro (Spain) Polkinghorne, Donald (USA)

FP-150 Paper Session Peculiarities of open and closed space


perception in the process of motor action
15.00 16.30 h Room 32
regulation
Risk assessment in young offenders II Polyanychko, Olena (Ukraine)
Chair: Yoxall, Jacqueline (Australia)
An integrated, multidimensional method
Patterns of elevated PAI validity indices for the treatment of trauma in children
across assessment contexts and presenting and adolescents
psychopathology: Implications for assess- Schlauch-Rigby, Gisela (USA)
ment
Yoxall, Jacqueline (Australia) FP-153 Paper Session

Leaking as a warning sign in cases of 15.00 16.30 h Room 35


school shootings and Severe Targeted Evolutionary issues
School Violence (STSV) Co-Chair: Ferguson, Eamonn (United
Bond, Rebecca (Germany) Kingdom)
Co-Chair: Toelch, Ulf (Netherlands)
Gambling, risk and vulnerability
Chadee, Derek (Trinidad and Tobago) Mothers baby, fathers maybe: A multino-
The effect of self-awareness intervention mial model for the estimation of nonpater-
programme on childrens self-perception nity rates
and antisocial behaviour Wolf, Michael (Germany)
Shulruf, Boaz (New Zealand) Innovation: Novel behaviours in humans
and non-human animals from an evolu
FP-151 Paper Session tionary perspective
15.00 16.30 h Room 33 Toelch, Ulf (Netherlands)
Risk and uncertainty High cost helping behaviour is driven by
Co-Chair: Brand, Matthias (Germany) benevolence rather than altruism
Co-Chair: Sun, Yan (Peoples Republic of China) Ferguson, Eamonn (United Kingdom)
Personality and decision-making in neuro- FP-154 Paper Session
psychological tasks measuring decisions
under risk and decisions under ambiguity 15.00 16.30 h Room 36
Brand, Matthias (Germany) Educational environment, resilience, and
problem behaviors in childhood and
The role of risk in intertemporal choice youth
Sun, Yan (Peoples Republic of China)
Chair: Diamantopoulou, Sofia (Sweden)
A fuzzy logic model of successful coping
with uncertainty Community and individual aspects of Rus-
Eierdanz, Frank (Germany) sian youth resilience
Makhnach, Alexander (Russia)

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Future time perspective, coping and risk Eyewitness identification dilemma: Video
behaviours among Latin American adoles- portrayal vs. photo array in target-absent
cents line-up
Chau, Cecilia (Peru) Chiotis, Georgios (Greece)
Eyewitness identification: Cultural diffe-
FP-155 Paper Session
rences in susceptibility to weapon focus
15.00 16.30 h Room 37 Lorenz, Jan L. (Germany)
The impact of students family back-
ground on learning I An ERP study of the acquired process about
self-referring information
Chair: Pillay, Jace (South Africa)
Ding, Xiaopan (Peoples Republic of China)
The educational and psychological support
of educators to include learners from child- FP-158 Paper Session
headed homes in urban classrooms 15.00 16.30 h Room 40
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Pillay, Jace (South Africa) Ethnic and race issues II


Parental involvement in schooling: The Chair: Cakir, Gulfem (Turkey)
perceptions and attitude of secondary
Relationship of socio-economic status, ac-
school teachers in a local government area
comodation type and marital status with
in Nigeria
mental health well being among Turkish
Omoteso, Bonke (Nigeria)
migrant women in the UK
Educational and social exclusion: The so- Cakir, Gulfem (Turkey)
cial context as a school failure setting
Multiculturism and cultural, social and po-
Serna, Cristina (Spain)
litical integration: The case of the immi-
grant Chinese community in Bilbao (Bas-
FP-156 Paper Session
que Country)
15.00 16.30 h Room 38 Rubio Ardanaz, Eduardo (Spain)
Psychopharmacology II
Having more humane and responsible citi-
Chair: Millar, Keith (United Kingdom)
zens by teaching them history
Adverse effects of midazolam premedica- Guerra, Elida (Mexico)
tion on childrens post-operative cognitive Race encoding within So Paulo undergra-
function duates: A contextual comparison
Millar, Keith (United Kingdom) Nascimento, Leandro (Brazil)
Effects of methylphenidate on oculomotor
prediction as a function of dopamine trans- IS-061 Invited Symposium
porter (DAT1) genotype 16.45 18.45 h Hall 2.3
Ettinger, Ulrich (United Kingdom) The personalization of politics
Cognitive effects of creatine ethyl ester Chair: Caprara, Gian Vittorio (Italy)
supplementation
Basic values, core political values and poli-
Ling, Jonathan (United Kingdom)
tical preference
Schwartz, Shalom (Israel)
FP-157 Paper Session
15.00 16.30 h Room 39 The political consequences of perceived
Eyewitness identification and credibility threat and felt insecurity
Huddy, Leonie (USA)
Co-Chair: Sporer, Siegfried L. (Germany)
Co-Chair: Ding, Xiaopan (Peoples Republic of Elective affinities: On the psychological
China) bases of left-right differences
Jost, John (USA)
Hugo Mnsterbergs (1908) on the witness
stand: A pioneering work on the psycholo- Impact of personality traits and values on
gy of eyewitness testimony? level of political involvement in women
Sporer, Siegfried L. (Germany) and on facing glass-ceiling hurdles
Francescato, Donata (Italy)

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Selecting politicians: Individual differences IS-064 Invited Symposium


as predictors of electoral performance
16.45 18.45 h Hall 6
among UK parliamentary candidates
Silvester, Jo (United Kingdom) Motivational structure: Theory, measure-
ment, applications
IS-062 Invited Symposium Chair: Stuchlikova, Iva (Czech Republic)
16.45 18.45 h Hall 3 Motivational structure and its relations to
Intersensory interaction some personality variables
Chair: Klatzky, Roberta (USA) Stuchlikova, Iva (Czech Republic)
Cortex and midbrain conspire to synthe- Volitional and emotional correlates of the
size information from different senses in motivational structure questionnaire
order to mediate adaptive behavior Baumann, Nicola (Germany)
Stein, Barry (USA) Motivational restructuring

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Multisensory perception during locomo Cox, W. Miles (United Kingdom)
tion The big two: Getting deeper into motiva
Ernst, Marc (Germany) tional structure and attentional bias
The effect of non-informative, cross-modal Fadardi, Javad S. (Islamic Republic of Iran)
information on haptic spatial perception Individual and combined effects of infor-
Newell, Fiona (Ireland) mation-enhancement and goal-setting on
Neural correlates of multisensory integra- improving motivational structure
tion Shamloo, Zohreh S. (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Vroomen, Jean (Netherlands) Discussant: Klinger, Eric (USA)
IS-063 Invited Symposium IS-065 Invited Symposium
16.45 18.45 h Hall 5 16.45 18.45 h Hall 8
Cultural variations in childrearing values Diverse methodological challenges in
and practices cross-cultural research
Chair: Tulviste, Peeter (Estonia) Chair: Byrne, Barbara M. (Canada)
Continuity of mothers socialization goals Comparing people from different cultural
across cultures backgrounds
Keller, Heidi (Germany) Bartram, Dave (United Kingdom)
How do parents explain their childrens suc Challenges of globalization vs. indigenous
cess and failure at school? Parental causal measures
attributions of primary school children Cheung, Fanny M. (Hong Kong SAR of the
Natale, Katja (Finland) Peoples Republic of China)
Parenting practices, beliefs concerning chil Threats to cultural validity in clinical assess
drens aggression and evaluations of pri- ment
mary school childrens behaviour Leong, Frederick T.L. (USA)
Tropp, Kristiina (Estonia)
Cognitive biases in cross-cultural research
Socialization values and cultural change: A van de Vijver, Fons (Netherlands)
comparative study of Estonia and Sweden
Tulviste, Tiia (Estonia) Ethical issues related to cross-cultural re-
search
The mutual influence of social class and Oakland, Thomas (USA)
their own children on Brazilian parents
child-rearing values Discussant: Poortinga, Ype (Netherlands)
Tudge, Jonathan (USA)
Discussant: Tulviste, Peeter (Estonia)

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IS-066 Invited Symposium Emergent psychosocial risk conditions in


current work places: Evaluation and pre-
16.45 18.45 h Hall 9
vention strategies
Bicultural self and social change Korunka, Christian (Austria)
Chair: Ng, Sik Hung (Hong Kong SAR of the
Peoples Republic of China) Psychosocial risks at work and their pre-
vention in Finland
Social identities, bicultural selves and per- Lindstrm, Kari (Finland)
ceived social change
Stress prevention and management in the
Ng, Sik Hung (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
workplace: Concepts, findings and deside-
Republic of China)
rata
Indigenous identity, language and social Semmer, Norbert (Switzerland)
change: Some considerations from Bolivia
Beliefs, accident analysis, risk perception
and Canada
and prevention
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Sachdev, Itesh (United Kingdom)


Kouabenan, Rmi (France)
Biculturals, conformity motives and deci
Cross-cultural perspectives on coping with
sion making
work-family conflict
Briley, Donnel (Australia)
Tetrick, Lois (USA)
The individual- and social-oriented chinese
Psychosocial risk prevention: An approach
bicultural self: Testing the theory
from positive psychology
Lu, Luo (Taiwan)
Peiro, Jose M. (Spain)
Discussant: Noels, Kimberly (Canada)
IS-069 Invited Symposium
IS-067 Invited Symposium 16.45 18.45 h Hall 15.2A
16.45 18.45 h Hall 10 Negotiation theory and negotiation prac-
Development of psychological and biolo- tice: Bridging the divide
gical resources in children at risk Co-Chair: Carnevale, Peter (USA)
Chair: Richaud, Maria Cristina (Argentina) Co-Chair: Leung, Kwok (Hong Kong SAR of
the Peoples Republic of China)
How to reinforce psychological resources
in children at risk by poverty The moves you make: Sense-making in ne-
Richaud, Maria Cristina (Argentina) gotiation
Olekalns, Mara (Australia)
Hostility, neglect and permissiveness in
parent-child relation: Influence in behav Differences in negotiation mentality be
ioural development tween Chinese and American
Mestre, Vicenta (Spain) Zhang, Zhixue (Peoples Republic of China)
Parental disciplining practices, sympathy Integrative bargaining strategies in the
and prosocial behaviors among Mexican Turkish finance sector: Theory, practice and
American and European American families context of integrative agreements
Carlo, Gustavo (USA) Beriker, Nimet (Turkey)
Personality role in resilience promotion in Mediating in teams: Opportunities and
children at risk by poverty challenges
Lemos, Viviana (Argentina) Munduate, Lourdes (Spain)
Development of psychosocial resources of When constituencies have opposing fac-
vulnerable children in Brazil tions
Koller, Silvia Helena (Brazil) Steinel, Wolfgang (Netherlands)
Discussant: Raffaelli, Marcela (USA) Discussant: Leung, Kwok (Hong Kong SAR of
the Peoples Republic of China)
IS-068 Invited Symposium
16.45 18.45 h Roof garden
Psychosocial risk analysis and prevention
at work
Chair: Peiro, Jose M. (Spain)

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IS-070 Invited Symposium Looking at education reform projects from


a socioconstructivist approach to knowl
16.45 18.45 h Hall 15.2B
edge
Couple and family dynamics in the mirror Bravo Vick, Milagros (Puerto Rico)
of experience and behaviour sampling
method The influence of different cultural settings
Chair: Perrez, Meinrad (Switzerland) in the modes of discourse and ways of
thinking
Emotional lives of mothers, fathers and Cubero Prez, Mercedes (Spain)
young children: Are they connected?
Rnk, Anna (Finland) IS-072 Invited Symposium

A new approach to the study of couple 16.45 18.45 h Room 44


and family dynamics: Zeroing in on a week Achievement motivation and achievement
in the life of a family attribution among Asian students: In-
sights from qualitative data

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Repetti, Rena (USA)
Chair: Bernardo, Allan B.I. (Philippines)
Self-esteem and the coregulation of emo-
tions in married couples daily life Life goals, achievement motivation and
Schoebi, Dominik (USA) value of efforts in confucian society
Emotional transmission in couples under Hwang, Kwang-Kuo (Taiwan)
stress Academic achievement and the role of the
Bolger, Niall (USA) self and relationship
Mood synchronization in family-members Muramoto, Yukiko (Japan)
daily lives How do future goals affect academic moti-
Cook, William L. (USA) vation and learning? A qualitative study
The design and psychometrics of ambula- with Singaporean secondary school stu-
tory assessment dents
Pawlik, Kurt (Germany) McInerney, Dennis (Singapore)
Cultural models of achievement of Singa-
IS-071 Invited Symposium porean, Malay and Chinese students
16.45 18.45 h Room 43 Chang, Weining C. (Singapore)
Learning in context: Constructing know- Motivation and amotivation: Conceptions
ledge through sociocultural mediated ac- of Filipino students
tivity Bernardo, Allan B.I. (Philippines)
Chair: Roselli, Nstor (Argentina)
(Tentative) European American and Tai-
Teaching strategies as instruments of se wanese mothers conversations with their
miotic mediation children about school learning
Roselli, Nstor (Argentina) Li, Jin (USA)
The subjective processes and their signifi- IS-073 Invited Symposium
cance in learning: Unfolding consequences
from an historical-cultural approach in psy- 16.45 18.45 h Salon 20
chology Child rights in South Asia: Psychosocial
Gonzlez Rey, Fernando Luis (Brazil) aspects
Chair: Habib, Murshida Ferdous Binte
Cognitive education: Sociocultural media-
(Bangladesh)
ted activity for learning problems remedia-
tion Child rights and mentally retarded children
Rodrguez Arocho, Wanda (Puerto Rico) in Bangladesh
Collaborating in virtual learning environ- Sultana, Sabina (Bangladesh)
ments: Conversation vs. product elabora Child rights and child labour in Bangla-
tion tasks desh
Mauri, Teresa (Spain) Habib, Murshida Ferdous Binte (Bangladesh)
Child rights and girls of Bangladesh
Habib, Farzana Quobab Binte (Malaysia)

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Child rights and education in Bangladesh Trying to restrain: Unsuccessful weight re-
Haq, Enamul (Bangladesh) gulation is related to paying more atten
tion to food
Rights of the children as consumers
Stich, Christine (Canada)
Saha, Nitai (Bangladesh)
Discussant: Lippke, Sonia (Germany)
Discussant: Sufi, Anwarul Hasan (Bangladesh)
IS-076 Invited Symposium
IS-074 Invited Symposium
16.45 18.45 h Room 17/18
16.45 18.45 h Room 13/14
Eye movements in reading: Experiments,
Authenticity in the communication of
models, and corpus analyses
emotion
Chair: Kliegl, Reinhold (Germany)
Chair: Gosselin, Pierre (Canada)
The role of computational models and ex-
The presentation of emotion in everyday
perimental data in understanding eye mo-
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

life
vements during reading
Scherer, Klaus R. (Switzerland)
Rayner, Keith (USA)
Performing authentic emotions on the po-
Raednig wrods with jmulbed ltetres
litical and operatic stages: Multimodal
Liversedge, Simon (United Kingdom)
analyses of synchrony
Mortillaro, Marcello (Switzerland) Reading and ocular dominances
Shillcock, Richard (United Kingdom)
Cultural aspects of smile authenticity
Thibault, Pascal (Canada) Limited parallel word processing during
reading
Childrens perception of enjoyment smiles
Radach, Ralph (USA)
Gosselin, Pierre (Canada)
Broadening the scope of eye-movement
Childrens understanding of real and ap
research in reading: Oral reading and proof
parent emotions
reading
Perron, Mlanie (Canada)
Laubrock, Jochen (Germany)
Discussant: Hess, Ursula (Canada)
Reading strategies and their implementa
IS-075 Invited Symposium tion in the SWIFT model of eye-movement
control
16.45 18.45 h Room 15/16 Kliegl, Reinhold (Germany)
Self-regulation and health: Perspectives
from social and personality psychology IS-077 Invited Symposium
Co-Chair: Knuper, Brbel (Canada) 16.45 18.45 h Salon 19
Co-Chair: Stich, Christine (Canada) Restoration and restorative environments
Cortisol, negative affect, sleep, and health Chair: Hartig, Terry (Sweden)
Wrosch, Carsten (Canada)
The restoration perspective: Another view
Health behavior and successful aging: In- of human adaptation
terplay of mental resources and self-regu- Hartig, Terry (Sweden)
lation
A longitudinal study on the benefits of re-
Ziegelmann, Jochen (Germany)
covery experiences on job performance
Smoking-specific compensatory health be- Binnewies, Carmen (Germany)
liefs and smoking behaviour in adoles-
Urban slums in South Asia: Residents pro-
cents
spects for psychological restoration
Radtke, Theda (Switzerland)
Pandey, Janak (India)
Prototype-distancing and the theory of
On-site evaluation of restorative environ-
planned behavior: Prediction of quitting in
ments: The effect of actual place expe-
women and men
rience upon the perceived restorativeness
Dohnke, Birte (Germany)
of natural and built historical environ-
ments
Carrus, Giuseppe (Italy)

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Restoration in nature as a promoter of Public health implications of substance use


conservation diagnosis
Kaiser, Florian (Netherlands) Tucker, Jalie (USA)
Discussant: Fuhrer, Urs (Germany) New Zealand psychologists use and per
ceptions of mental disorders classification
IS-078 Invited Symposium systems
16.45 18.45 h Salon 21 Lutchman, Raksha (New Zealand)
Pathways to health and healing in diverse Psychologys participation in ICD-11: A call
cultures to action
Chair: Mpofu, Elias (USA) Reed, Geoffrey (Spain)

Does religiosity predict health outcomes in Discussant: Sanchez Sosa, Juan Jose (Mexico)
Botswana teenagers?
Mpofu, Elias (USA) IUPsyS-004 IUPsyS Invited Symposium

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
16.45 18.45 h Hall 4
Prevention of post-concussional syndrome
in north american workers: The importance Resiliency and capacity building: Four
of early intervention on vocational out- years post-tsunami
come Chair: Nair, Elizabeth (Singapore)
LeBlanc, Jeanne (Canada)
Meusigo Bangket: Challenges of the post
Psychological predictors of work capacity: tsunami social intervention in Indonesia
Improving pathways to health for injured Marieta, Josephine (Indonesia)
workers
Disaster preparedness of Indian psycholo-
Matthews, Lynda (Australia)
gists: The post-tsunami scenario
Perceived health needs of elderly South Manickam, L. Sam (India)
Africans in a rural area
Impact of 2004 Asian tsunami disaster on
Sodi, Tholene (South Africa)
Thai youth and their families
Transcending trauma and relentless hope: Sirivunnabood, Puntip (Thailand)
Peer support counselors, indicators of
Action research four years post Asian tsu-
Posttraumatic Growth (PTG) and what
nami: Quo vadis?
they carry
Nair, Elizabeth (Singapore)
Vogel, Gwen (USA)
Urgent mental health needs in Rwanda: IUPsyS-005 IUPsyS Invited Symposium
Culturally sensitive training interventions 16.45 18.45 h Hall 7
Lopez Levers, Lisa (USA) Ecological psychophysics: From laborato-
Counselling needs of adolescents and ry experiments to complex real world
youth living with HIV/AIDS in the Eastern Co-Chair: Kuwano, Sonoko (Japan)
Cape Province, South Africa Co-Chair: Hellbrck, Jrgen (Germany)
Mayekiso, Tokozile (South Africa)
Psychophysical and psychophysiological
Discussant: Richards, Gella (United Kingdom) measurements of visual functions in labo-
Discussant: Eloff, Irma (South Africa) ratories and in everyday life
Yagi, Akihiro (Japan)
IUPsyS-003 IUPsyS Invited Symposium
Estimating the mass of real objects in colli-
16.45 18.45 h Hall 2.1
sion by means of videos
Challenges in diagnostic classification: Guski, Rainer (Germany)
The IUPsyS-WHO collaboration on mental
and behavioural disorders for ICD Mitigation psychophysics and soundscape
Chair: Ritchie, Pierre L.-J. (Canada) quality
Berglund, Birgitta (Sweden)
Beyond psychiatry and psychiatrists: Mak
Environmental design and psychology:
ing ICD-11 useful to all mental health care
Human response to thermal, visual and
providers
acoustic environment
Saxena, Shekhar (Switzerland)
Matsubara, Naoki (Japan)
Discussant: Schick, August (Germany)

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IUPsyS-006 IUPsyS Invited Symposium S-102 Symposium


16.45 18.45 h Hall 14.2 16.45 18.45 h Salon 22
Presenting the public face of psychology Spatial cognition: Individual and gender
Co-Chair: Bullock, Merry (USA) differences in mental rotation (Part II)
Co-Chair: Prieto, Jose Maria (Spain) Co-Chair: Quaiser-Pohl, Claudia (Germany)
Co-Chair: Glck, Judith (Austria)
National Psychology Week and other me-
dia opportunities Sex differences in mental rotation: Now
Gordon, Amanda (Australia) you see them, now you dont
Peters, Michael (Canada)
Creating online and mujltimedia culture in
a National or International Association of The solution strategy as an indicator of the
Psychology: Proactive minds developmental stage of mental-rotation
Prieto, Jose Maria (Spain) ability of pre-school children
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Quaiser-Pohl, Claudia (Germany)


Presenting the public face of psychology:
Strategies and opportunities Gender differences in the mental rotation
Farberman, Rhea (USA) test: An effect of response format?
Glck, Judith (Austria)
On-line readings in testing and assess-
ment Do 9 years-old already show the well-
Born, Marise (Netherlands) known (male superiority) gender effect in
a classical mental rotation test?
S-063 Symposium Vorstius, Corinna (Germany)
16.45 18.45 h Room 11/12 Lateralized brain activation during mental
Molecular genetics of individual differ rotation is not ontogenetic, but deter-
ences mined by familiarity
Co-Chair: Ising, Marcus (Germany) Lange, Leonie F. (Germany)
Co-Chair: Brocke, Burkhard (Germany)
Discussant: Kyllonen, Patrick C. (USA)
Molecular genetics in win cohorts
Busjahn, Andreas (Germany) S-103 Symposium
16.45 18.45 h Room 23
Genetic variation of serotonin function
and negative emotionality Social power and political skill in politics
Strobel, Alexander (Germany) and organizations
Chair: Blickle, Gerhard (Germany)
Polymorphisms in the angiotensin-convert
ing enzyme gene region are associated A critical incident approach to the analysis
with coping styles in healthy adults and of power/interaction in political confron-
depressed patients tation
Heck, Angela (Germany) Raven, Bertram (USA)
Interaction effect of D4 Dopamine Recep- Face and facework in political discourse
tor Gene (DRD4) and Serotonin Transport Bull, Peter (United Kingdom)
er Promoter Polymorphism (5-HTTLPR) on
Internal politics in the academia: Theoreti-
the stress induced cortisol response
cal and empirical analysis of its relation-
Armbruster, Diana (Germany)
ship with social capital and job perfor-
Glucocorticoid and mineralocorticoid re- mance
ceptor gene variants are associated with Talmud, Ilan (Israel)
ACTH, cortisol and cardiovascular re-
Antecendents and consequences of politi-
sponses to psychosocial stress
cal skill: A longitudinal investigation over
Wst, Stefan (Germany)
two years with newly hired employees
Molecular genetics of individual diffe- Blickle, Gerhard (Germany)
rences: What can we learn for related dis-
The impact of wielded power on idea ge-
orders?
neration and implementation of innova-
Ising, Marcus (Germany)
tions
Krause, Diana (Canada)

140
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Conflicts and political skill in organiza- Optimism moderates the impact of hassles
tions on mental health in Hong Kong Chinese
Solga, Marc (Germany) undergraduates
Lai, Julian (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Re-
S-104 Symposium public of China)
16.45 18.45 h Room 24
S-106 Symposium
Do infants have a theory of mind?
Co-Chair: Sodian, Beate (Germany) 16.45 18.45 h Room 26
Co-Chair: Poulin-Dubois, Diane (Canada) Emotion regulation and mindfulness
Chair: Berking, Matthias (USA)
Understanding of knowledge/ignorance in
one-year-olds Lower levels of mindfulness in currently
Carpenter, Malinda (Germany) and formerly depressed patients
Heidenreich, Thomas (Germany)
Who knows best? Infants selectively attri-

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
bute knowledge to others Does mindfulness change the way people
Poulin-Dubois, Diane (Canada) walk?
Michalak, Johannes (Germany)
Early understanding of false belief: Rule-
based or mentalistic? The role of emotion suppression in vulne-
Traeuble, Birgit (Germany) rability to depression: Results of two expe-
rimental studies
False belief understanding in 18-month-
Ehring, Thomas (Netherlands)
olds anticipatory looking behavior: An
eye-tracking study Emotion suppression in borderline person
Neumann, Annina (Germany) ality disorder: An experience sampling
study
Infants understanding of false beliefs
Chapman, Alexander (Canada)
about the location, identity and properties
of objects Can we enhance the effectiveness of to
Scott, Rose M. (USA) days psychological interventions by ad-
ding an intensive emotion regulation skills
Discussant: Perner, Josef (Austria)
training?
S-105 Symposium Berking, Matthias (USA)

16.45 18.45 h Room 25 Discussant: Grosse Holtforth, Martin (Switzer-


Portrait of contemporary adolescence: An land)
attempt to explore and explain young
S-107 Symposium
peoples value, attitudes, behaviours and
coping in everyday life 16.45 18.45 h Room 27
Chair: Lin, Siu-Fung (Hong Kong SAR of the Adaptive goal adjustment and well-being
Peoples Republic of China) Co-Chair: Salewski, Christel (Germany)
Co-Chair: Vollmann, Manja (Germany)
Values and attitudes of adolescents on
sexual behaviour and sexual education Goal adjustment and well-being: Does the
Lin, Siu-Fung (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples attainability of goals matter?
Republic of China) Salewski, Christel (Germany)
Adolescent idol worship in Chinese socie- Does goal adjustment moderate the rela
ties: Empirical studies and theoretical pro- tionship between optimism and well-
positions being?
Yue, Xiao-Dong (Hong Kong SAR of the Vollmann, Manja (Germany)
Peoples Republic of China)
Goal adjustment profiles and well-being
Internet and video game addiction among trajectories during a life-span transition
young people Haase, Claudia (Germany)
Greenfield, David (USA)
Goal disengagement and goal reengage-
Suicide attempt: A case study ment among multiple sclerosis patients:
Wong, Paul (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Re- Relationship to wellbeing and illness re-
public of China) presentation
Neter, Efrat (Israel)

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Goal adjustment and well-being in cancer S-110 Symposium


patients: The role of prognosis
16.45 18.45 h Room 30
Fleer, Joke (Netherlands)
Interplay between epistemological beliefs
Discussant: Kunzmann, Ute (Germany) and different media during learning pro-
cesses
S-108 Symposium
Co-Chair: Stahl, Elmar (Germany)
16.45 18.45 h Room 28 Co-Chair: Kienhues, Dorothe (Germany)
Psychology in the Arab world
Co-Chair: Gielen, Uwe (USA) Epistemological thinking of sixth graders
Co-Chair: Ahmed, Ramadan A. (Kuwait) during online learning
Barzilai, Sarit (Israel)
The state of psychology in the Arab world The interplay between students scientific
Ahmed, Ramadan A. (Kuwait) epistemological beliefs and science lear-
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Clinical psychology and counseling in Ye- ning in internet-enhanced environments


men Tsai, Chin-Chung (Taiwan)
Saleh, Maan A. Bari (Yemen) Epistemological analyses of educational
Using cognitive therapy in Kuwait materials: Elementary school books and
Al-Khawaja, Jasem A.M. (Kuwait) curricula in English, science and mathema-
tics
Cognitive psychology in the Arab coun-
Haerle, Florian (USA)
tries
Megreya, Ahmed M. (Egypt) Impact of epistemological sensitization
and context on source preferences
Proposal to establish institute of Arab psy-
Porsch, Torsten (Germany)
chology
Gielen, Uwe (USA) Effects of different kinds of representa
tional formats on epistemological judge-
Discussant: Draguns, Juris G. (USA)
ments
Stahl, Elmar (Germany)
S-109 Symposium
16.45 18.45 h Room 29 Discussant: Brten, Ivar (Norway)
The social psychology of avatars and
S-101 Symposium
agents: Real life effects of virtual commu-
nication 16.45 18.45 h Room 31
Co-Chair: Trepte, Sabine (Germany) Psychology of mental health: An Asian per
Co-Chair: Krmer, Nicole (Germany) spective on affectivity, stages of change
and coping
The effects of social avatars and emotional Chair: Tan, Ai-Girl (Singapore)
valence on facial muscle movements in an
immersive virtual environment Psychology of mental health: An Asian per
Eric, Vanman (Australia) spective on affectivity, stages of change
and coping
The impact of nonverbal signs transmitted
Tan, Ai-Girl (Singapore)
by avatars on collaborative performance
Allmendinger, Katrin (Germany) Decisional balance and task specific effi
cacy
Keep smiling: An embodied agents impact
Tan, Soo-Yin (Singapore)
on users evaluation and smiling behavior
Sommer, Nicole (Germany) Exploring stages of change of two Asian
samples
Competition or coping: The effects of task
Chou, Chih-Chin (USA)
structure and satisfaction with life on the
choice of avatar features Coping behavior of HIV/AIDS patients
Trepte, Sabine (Germany) Teoh, Chloe (Singapore)
Avatar creations and individual goals: An Positive affect and coping
empirical investigation of avatar designs Chin-Chin, Chia (Singapore)
and user motivation in second life Discussant: Lee Pe, Madeline (Singapore)
Misoch, Sabina (Switzerland)
Discussant: Reinecke, Leonard (Germany)
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FP-160 Paper Session The comparative and stady mentalhealth


on street women and normal women
16.45 18.45 h Room 32
Alavi, Tahere (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Need assessment and treatment of offen-
ders FP-162 Paper Session
Co-Chair: Stams, Geert Jan (Netherlands) 16.45 18.45 h Room 34
Co-Chair: Marquez, Carla (USA)
Working memory II
Moral development of solo juvenile sex of- Co-Chair: Fiebach, Christian (Germany)
fenders Co-Chair: Mnzer, Stefan (Germany)
van Vugt, Eveline (Netherlands)
Stams, Geert Jan (Netherlands) Working memory and the language sys
tem: fMRI evidence for a procedural model
How juveniles attribute their delinquent of verbal working memory
behavior: A presentation of preliminary re- Fiebach, Christian (Germany)
sults

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Ricijas, Neven (Croatia) The neural signature of multi-item work
ing memory
Psychological rehabilitation of children in Axmacher, Nikolai (Germany)
conflict with law
Rath, Pratap (India) Effects of shape similarity in short-term
visual recognition
Characterizing adolescents deviant group Mate, Judit (Spain)
identity
Zhang, Chunmei (Peoples Republic of China) Links between working memory and epi-
sodic memory in a virtual environment
The Hits keep coming: Examining parole Plancher, Gaen (France)
practices for violent offenders in New York
State Working memory declined by normal
Marquez, Carla (USA) aging: What kind of tasks are the most da-
maged by this process?
FP-161 Paper Session Rodrguez, Raquel (Spain)
16.45 18.45 h Room 33 Spatial learning with navigation assis
Negative affect tance
Co-Chair: Moradi, Azam (Islamic Republic of Mnzer, Stefan (Germany)
Iran)
FP-163 Paper Session
Co-Chair: Uslucan, Haci-Halil (Germany)
16.45 18.45 h Room 35
The share of somatization, anxiety, social Memory processes IV
maladjustment, and depression in predic- Co-Chair: Meo, Maria (Italy)
ting addiction potential among theoretical Co-Chair: Chambaron, Stephanie (Belgium)
high school male students in Freidan City
Moradi, Azam (Islamic Republic of Iran) Influence of response-stimulus interval
Acculturation stress and homesickness of (RSI) on sequence learning
Turkish migrants in Germany Chambaron, Stephanie (Belgium)
Uslucan, Haci-Halil (Germany) The emergence of awareness during learn
Individuals with paraplegia from spinal ing
cord injury: Self-esteem and depressive Rose, Michael (Germany)
symptoms Examining the strategy hypothesis: On the
Psichouli, Pavlina (Greece) functional relation between explicit know-
Depressive symptoms and all-cause morta- ledge and implicit visuomotor adaptation
lity after heart transplantation Hegele, Mathias (Germany)
Havik, Odd Erik (Norway) Context-sensitive adjustments of cognitive
The effect of systematic desensitization on control: Conflict-adaptation effects are
test anxiety and school performance of modulated by processing demands of the
girl third grade guidance school students ongoing task
in Behbahan Fischer, Rico (Germany)
Mehrabizade Honarmand, Mahnaz (Islamic Re-
public of Iran)
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Autobiographical memory and self of Chi- Practical evaluation of questionnaire re-


nese college students sults for organizational quality manage-
Wang, Qiaohong (Peoples Republic of China) ment
Oesterreich, Rainer (Germany)
Transfer and rule based learning problem
solving Human resources as the basic component
Meo, Maria (Italy) of contemporary business context: The ex-
perience of an application of the ontopsy-
FP-164 Paper Session chological method
16.45 18.45 h Room 36 Kaluga, Vladimir (Russia)
Mental health and counseling II A measurement of Fuzzy Delphi Theory to
Co-Chair: Verma, Jyoti (India) personal communication dyad referral re-
Co-Chair: Renner, Walter (Austria) ward programs
Liu, Fangyi (Taiwan)
Counselling in the Greek culture
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Malikiosi-Loizos, Maria (Greece) Application of rough sets and neural net-


works to the study of competency assess-
Culture-sensitive and resource oriented ment
peer-groups (CROP-G) as a community Yu, Jiayuan (Peoples Republic of China)
based intervention for trauma survivors: A
pilot randomized trial with asylum seekers FP-166 Paper Session
and refugees from Chechnya
16.45 18.45 h Room 38
Renner, Walter (Austria)
Occupational stress and burnout
Assessment of sociocultural issues in the Co-Chair: Catano, Victor (Canada)
delivery of culturally appropriate mental Co-Chair: Wangler, Jutta (Germany)
health services
Yamada, Ann Marie (USA) Occupational stressors and stress outcomes
in Canadian academic staff: Preliminary
Use of non-conventional venues to extend
findings
counseling services in a majority world
Catano, Victor (Canada)
country: An exploratory study in Goa, In-
dia Prevention of teacher burnout begins in
Desouza, Karl (India) the university: A training for teachers stu-
dents
Some representations on health: Observa-
Wangler, Jutta (Germany)
tions from a focus group study from India
(Bihar) Burnout and organizational factors in hos-
Verma, Jyoti (India) pitals affecting nurses
Lu, Jinky Leilanie (Philippines)
Diversity in Community Mass Syndrome
(CMS) Stress in university teachers and possibili-
Singh, Anita Puri (India) ties of coping with it
Bulotait, Laima (Lithuania)
FP-165 Paper Session
Burnout in relation to the motivational
16.45 18.45 h Room 37 needs of workers in the business process
Organizational diagnostics and develop- outsourcing industry
ment Lohumi, Shama (India)
Co-Chair: Glaveanu, Vlad-Petre (Romania)
The relationship between organisational
Co-Chair: Oesterreich, Rainer (Germany)
culture, stress and change: A model of the
Learning organizations and individuals: promotion of health and well-being in
Learning organizational anchors hospital staff
Glaveanu, Vlad-Petre (Romania) McCarthy, Eunice (Ireland)

Methods and tools: A case study of organi-


zational culture diagnosing to a private
company in China
Yongrui, Li (Peoples Republic of China)

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FP-167 Paper Session Antecedents of organizational commit-


ment among higher level employees
16.45 18.45 h Room 39
Suman, Shanti (India)
Organizational citizenship behavior: Per-
sonal and situational factors Escalation of commitment as planned be-
Co-Chair: Wesche, Jenny Sarah (Germany) havior
Co-Chair: Goel, Abhishek (India) Soucek, Roman (Germany)
The chicken-and-egg problem in the cli-
Personal characteristics as predictors of or-
mate-firm performance link
ganizational citizenship behavior in Thai-
Winkler, Silvan (Switzerland)
land
Smithikrai, Chuchai (Thailand)
Is empowering leadership always wel
Poster Session
comed by employees? That depends on
what they think and how they feel Tuesday Morning, 09.00 12.00 h

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Yang, Jane (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Topic: Research methods and statistics
Republic of China)
PS-Tue-am-001 The Kuwait University anxie-
Work environment characteristics and its
ty scale: Psychometric properties under item
motivating effect: A preliminary study in
response theory
knowledge workers
Gomez Benito, Juana (Spain)
Wu, Zhiming (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-am-002 Mental health, quality of life
The influence of positive characteristics on
and the coping of stress of undergraduate stu-
organizational citizenship behaviors
dents from Brazil
Goel, Abhishek (India)
Grubits Freire, Heloisa Bruna (Brazil)
The relationship between organizational
PS-Tue-am-003 The method of the measure-
citizenship behaviours (OCBs) and counter-
ment about fear of crime by a projective tech-
productive work behaviours (CWBs) of
nique
Malaysian automotive workers
Harada, Akira (Japan)
Mehdad, Ali (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Tue-am-004 Intelligence testing among
Citizenship performance: Relative impor-
students in greater Khartoum
tance of personal and situational antece-
Hassan, Hajshrife (Sudan)
dents
Wesche, Jenny Sarah (Germany) PS-Tue-am-006 Evaluation of the cognitive,
behavioral and physiological responses to two
Country image and organizational attrac-
versions of the Stroop test
tiveness: A marketing perspective
Hernandez, Melba (Venezuela)
Froese, Fabian (Republic of Korea)
PS-Tue-am-007 The parent version of the
FP-168 Paper Session preschool Social Skills Rating Scale (SSRS)
16.45 18.45 h Room 40 Analysis of factorial structure and psychometric
Organizational commitment properties with a German sample
Hess, Markus (Germany)
Co-Chair: Jacobs, Gabriele (Netherlands)
Co-Chair: Suman, Shanti (India) PS-Tue-am-008 Measuring mathematics in
pre-school age: Rasch model analyses for de-
Organizational climate and job commit- termining the dimensionality of competences
ment among Nigerian workers Hirschmann, Nicole (Austria)
Mogaji, Andrew A. (Nigeria)
PS-Tue-am-009 Validity of an implicit associa
Downsizing: The impact of fairness on tion test for assessing the big five personality
commitment dimensions
Jacobs, Gabriele (Netherlands) Hirschmller, Sarah (Germany)
Antecedents and consequences of service PS-Tue-am-010 Individualized assessment of
quality in public administrations quality of life in old age
Gehring, Frank (Germany) Holzhausen, Martin (Germany)

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PS-Tue-am-011 Preliminar psychometric pro- PS-Tue-am-025 The strengths and difficul-
perties of the Portuguese version of the ques ties questionnaire in a community sample of
tionnaire about interpersonal difficulties for children and adolescents in Switzerland
adolescents Betrisey, Carine (Switzerland)
Ingles, Candido J. (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-026 A comparative study of dif-
PS-Tue-am-013 Psychometric properties of ferent types of scales with online survey and
two generalized anxiety disorder questionnaires paper-and-pencil assessment
in Mexican residents Li, Yuhui (Peoples Republic of China)
Jurado, Samuel (Mexico)
PS-Tue-am-027 Factorial structure of the
PS-Tue-am-014 Investigation of responsibili- CES-D Scale among Chinese high school stu-
ty attitudes validity and reliability dents
Kabirnezhad, Sanaz (Islamic Republic of Iran) Ling, Yu (Peoples Republic of China)
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PS-Tue-am-015 Methods to assess preschool PS-Tue-am-028 Developing measure of team


age children reactions to bombing emotional climate in China
Kapor Stanulovic, Nila (Serbia) Liu, Xiaoyu (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-am-016 Measurement invariance be PS-Tue-am-029 Deaf children performance
tween a traditional and a web-based applica- in the Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test
tion of the German Anxiety Sensitivity Index3 Lopes, Ederaldo (Brazil)
and its psychometric quality
PS-Tue-am-030 Psychometric properties of
Kemper, Christoph (Germany)
the Universal Nonverbal Intelligence Test: A
PS-Tue-am-017 Purpose-in-life-test: Reliabili Brazilian study
ty, factorial structure and relation to mental Lopes, Ederaldo (Brazil)
health in a Greek sample
PS-Tue-am-031 Is there a common construct
Psarra, Evangelia (Greece)
underlying the need for cognition, perfectio-
PS-Tue-am-018 Measurement equivalence of nism, industriousness and persistence?
written C-tests and multiple-choice C-tests Luis, Garcia (Mexico)
Klemmert, Hella (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-033 Assessing multidimensional
PS-Tue-am-019 Rasch-scalability of a revised quality of life: Construct validation of selected
German version of the Family Relations Test World Health Organisation Quality of Life 100
Kleylein, Meike (Germany) facets
Martinez, Carissa (Australia)
PS-Tue-am-020 Measurement differences of
verbal cognitive ability tests in native speakers Topic: Learning, memory and cognition
vs. second-language speakers
Klinck, Dorothea (Germany) PS-Tue-am-035 The search for adolescent
health-related advice in the cyber space: An ex-
PS-Tue-am-021 Development and evalua amination of online usage by Southern African
tion of a computerized adaptive test for the youths
measurement of stress perception (Stress-CAT) Akand, Bo (South Africa)
Kocalevent, Rya-Daniela (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-036 The effect of educational
PS-Tue-am-022 Questionnaire modification games on the IQ of the mentally retarded child-
to increase diagnostic accuracy ren
Koehn, Stefan (Australia) Bahrololoomi, Mohamad Hossein (Islamic
PS-Tue-am-023 The influence of different Republic of Iran)
trait measures of absorption on the assessment PS-Tue-am-037 Superficial processing in
of dispositional flow experiences in sport question-answering activities
Koehn, Stefan (Australia) Cerdan, Raquel (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-024 Minimization of answer dis- PS-Tue-am-038 Effects of intrinsic and ex
tortion in personality questionnaires: Does the trinsic cues on judgments of learning
ipsative OPQ32i capture normative variances? Chen, Gongxiang (Peoples Republic of China)
Kusch, Rene Immanuel (Germany)

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PS-Tue-am-039 The influence of causal PS-Tue-am-054 Achievement goals in social
knowledge and empirical evidence on causal interactions: Which goal promotes learning?
inference and decision making Slz, Christoph (Germany)
Garcia Retamero, Rocio (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-055 Self-regulation in informal
PS-Tue-am-040 Epistemological beliefs, mo- learning environment: A case study of web-
tivation, and learning strategies as predictors of based reading
medical students academic success Sung, Yao-Ting (Taiwan)
Giesler, Marianne (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-056 Factors affecting students
PS-Tue-am-041 A new strategy for learning self-educational ability: Learning goal, attribu
highly-similar concepts tion of success and failure, self-efficacy and
Hannon, Brenda (USA) implicit theory of intelligence
Toshiaki, Mori (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-042 The role of deliberate prac

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tice in the acquisition of AOC e-sports expertise PS-Tue-am-057 Biases in contingency learn
Hao, Ning (Peoples Republic of China) ing: Are outcome predictions more accurate
than causal judgements?
PS-Tue-am-043 Context and information re-
Vadillo, Miguel A. (Spain)
duction
Harsanyi, Geza (Germany) PS-Tue-am-058 Experiment on Chinese post
graduates remembering 100 common English
PS-Tue-am-044 Learning by note-taking vs.
sentences by using MMOASAPMI
learning by drawing as a follow-up strategy for
Wang, Hong-Li (Peoples Republic of China)
learning from texts
Hilbert, Tatjana (Germany) PS-Tue-am-059 Rule-based learning of older
adults in perceptual speed and inductive rea
PS-Tue-am-045 Psychological constitution of
soning
effectivization of self-learning
Yang, Lixia (Canada)
Kasatkina, Olga (Russia)
PS-Tue-am-060 Worked example learning
PS-Tue-am-046 Individual differences in mul
about the rules of the four fundamental admix-
tiple-cue learning: When mathematically pro
ture operations of arithmetic
ficient students fail to learn nondeterministic
Zhang, Qi (Peoples Republic of China)
environments
Matton, Nadine (France) PS-Tue-am-061 When our memories fail us:
Exploring the accuracy and inaccuracy of me-
PS-Tue-am-047 Students psychoeducational
mory
diagnosis I: Learning strategies and academic
Alberts, Joyce (New Zealand)
performance
Mezquita-Hoyos, Yanko (Mexico) PS-Tue-am-062 Alignment effects in spatial
reasoning about described scenes
PS-Tue-am-048 The relationship between in
Avraamides, Marios (Cyprus)
telligence and learning processes
Narvez Rulln, Mara (Spain) Topic: Cognition
PS-Tue-am-049 Self-regulation in vocabulary
PS-Tue-am-063 Attentional mechanisms in
learning
the generation of sympathy
Nett, Ulrike (Germany)
Dickert, Stephan (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-050 Second-order retrospective
PS-Tue-am-064 Emotions affected attention
revaluation in human contingency learning
performance in adolescents with learning disa-
Numata, Keitaro (Japan)
bilities
PS-Tue-am-052 Age differences in work- Dong, Yan (Peoples Republic of China)
place learning competency
PS-Tue-am-065 The emotion evoking effect
Ronagel, Christian (Germany)
of emotional faces in challenging cognitive
PS-Tue-am-053 Navigational and learning tasks
strategies in hypermedia learning environments Dong, Guangheng (Peoples Republic of China)
Schellhas, Bernd (Germany)

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PS-Tue-am-066 Emotional reasoning as so PS-Tue-am-079 Different effects of Schuberts
cial information processing in preschool and and Berliozs music on emotion and incidental
first grade children psychophysical responses.
Eivers, Areana (Norway) Hirooka, Mizuho (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-067 An experimental study on PS-Tue-am-080 Emotions in the process of
the relationship between interference and af- risky decision making: Spontaneous verbal ex-
fective priming pressions
Fang, Ping (Peoples Republic of China) Huber, Odilo W. (Switzerland)
PS-Tue-am-068 Emotional responses to vis PS-Tue-am-081 The roll of encoding strate-
ual pictures with controlled facial muscle acti- gies on face recognition memory
vation Ito, Yoshie (Japan)
Ferreira, Ana (Portugal)
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PS-Tue-am-082 Verbal abuse and cognition


PS-Tue-am-069 Affective priming of emo in the developing mind
tional facial expressions independent of per- Ittyerah, Miriam (France)
ceptual similarity
PS-Tue-am-083 The relationship between
Fesche, Arne (Germany)
emotion regulation strategy and memory of
PS-Tue-am-070 Emotional expressions with children
in the N-back working memory paradigm: Per- Jiang, Yuan (Peoples Republic of China)
formance in early Parkinsons disease
PS-Tue-am-084 Executive control of atten-
Fusari, Anna (Spain)
tion benefits from positive emotion: ERP evi-
PS-Tue-am-071 Productive versus active ag dence
ing: Differential effects on personal wellbeing Kanske, Philipp (Germany)
and cognitive abilities
PS-Tue-am-085 Mood states and processing
Garca Rodrguez, Beatriz (Spain)
of stereotype information
PS-Tue-am-072 Recognition of speech emo- Kitamura, Hideya (Japan)
tional prosody valence in stimuli of different
PS-Tue-am-086 Emotional interference in
time structure (aging aspects)
health anxiety and the moderating role of
Gelman, Victor (Russia)
working memory load
PS-Tue-am-073 Informational and energetic Kornadt, Anna (Germany)
models of influence of activity results on emo-
PS-Tue-am-087 The priming effect of nega
tions
tive emotional words on a dichotic listening
Gorbatkow, Aleksander (Poland)
task
PS-Tue-am-074 An investigation of the influ- Kouri, Katherine (Greece)
ence of informational and energetic acti-
PS-Tue-am-088 The impact of ipsative and
vity factors on emotions
social standards on affective reactions depends
Gorbatkow, Aleksander (Poland)
on the goal
PS-Tue-am-075 Choosing how many options Krohn, Jeanette (Germany)
to choose from: Does it depend on affective
PS-Tue-am-089 The influence of anxiety on
priming?
memory proccesses and the role of music in
Hafenbrdl, Sebastian (Switzerland)
mood modification
PS-Tue-am-076 Does the presence of a wea- Kudlik, Agata (Poland)
pon shrink the functional field of view?
PS-Tue-am-090 Emotional priming-of-popout
Hakoda, Yuji (Japan)
in visual search
PS-Tue-am-077 Behavioral outcomes associ- Amunts, Liana (Israel)
ates with emotional contagion: A study among
PS-Tue-am-091 Discrimination of facial emo-
direct selling agents
tional expressions during early perceptual pro-
Hashim, Junaidah (Malaysia)
cessing indexed by the N170 ERP component
PS-Tue-am-078 Disproportionate allocation Leleu, Arnaud (France)
of cognitive resources during thought suppres-
sion in depressed individuals
Hattori, Yosuke (Japan)

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PS-Tue-am-092 Attention resources compe- PS-Tue-am-105 The role of verbal and non-
tition accounting for specific spatial working verbal tests in determining of laterality in schi-
memory affected by emotional context zophrenic and depressive patients
Li, Xuebing (Peoples Republic of China) Rahimi Taghanaki, Changiz (Islamic Republic of
Iran)
PS-Tue-am-093 Effects of emotional activa
tion on state-dependent learning in daily life PS-Tue-am-106 The processing of food cues
Loeffler, Simone Nadine (Germany) in binge eating disorder: An fMRI study
Schienle, Anne (Austria)
PS-Tue-am-094 Emotional experience and
regulation of action by coping with stress: PS-Tue-am-107 Neural correlates of different
Functional and conceptual issues self-conscious emotions identified by function
Loos, Helga (Brazil) al magnetic resonance imaging
Wagner, Ullrich (Switzerland)
PS-Tue-am-095 Facial expression The reco-

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gnition of basic emotions in alcoholic depen- PS-Tue-am-108 Memory bias of emotional
dents: Empirical study with Portuguese words in depression: ERP evidence in negative
Magalhes, Freitas (Portugal) affective priming
Xiao, Zhongmin (Peoples Republic of China)
Topic: Behavioral and cognitive neuro
science PS-Tue-am-109 Nonshared environment in
Russian adolescent twins
PS-Tue-am-096 Ventromedial prefrontal cor- Barsky, Philipp (Russia)
tex processing during emotional evaluation
in late-onset depression: A longitudinal fMRI- PS-Tue-am-110 Determinants of school
study achievement: Hints from a twin study
Brassen, Stefanie (Germany) Gottschling, Juliana (Germany)

PS-Tue-am-097 Personality traits moderate PS-Tue-am-111 The BDNF Val66Met poly-


the impact of chronic stress on depression-like morphism influences olfactory processing
behaviors and hippocampal neurogenesis Hedner, Margareta (Sweden)
Castro, Jorge (Switzerland) PS-Tue-am-112 Genetic and environmental
PS-Tue-am-098 A meta-analysis of neuro influences on temperament in Russian early
imaging studies reporting Amygdala Activation adolescents
Derix, Johanna (Germany) Malykh, Sergey (Russia)

PS-Tue-am-099 Neuroimaging of therapeu- PS-Tue-am-113 Genetic predictors of mood


tic effects in schizophrenia variability in women: An examination of the
Habel, Ute (Germany) estrogen receptor, androgen receptor and sero-
tonin transporter genes
PS-Tue-am-100 Selective attention to visual Richards, Meghan (Canada)
motion is modulated by emotional distractors
Hindi Attar, Catherine (Germany) PS-Tue-am-114 Interval timing behavior was
affected by circadian rhythm in rats
PS-Tue-am-101 Trait anxiety modulation of Sakata, Shogo (Japan)
neural responses to automatic and elaborated
processing of threat-related pictures PS-Tue-am-115 Individual differences in
Lipka, Judith (Germany) working memory capacity: Effects of dopamine-
related gene-gene interactions are task-depend
PS-Tue-am-102 Neural correlates of dissocia- ent
tive states in patients with borderline personal Stelzel, Christine (Germany)
ity disorder
Ludscher, Petra (Germany) PS-Tue-am-116 The influence of psychoso
cial stress on the expression of clock genes
PS-Tue-am-103 Brain areas activated during Abbruzzese, Elvira A (Switzerland)
listening to piano music
Mutschler, Isabella (Germany) PS-Tue-am-117 Relationship between visuo
spatial impairment and facial recognition ability
PS-Tue-am-104 Facing a real Person: An ERP in parkinsons disease: Mediator variables
Study Amayra, Imanol (Spain)
Pnknen, Laura (Finland)

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PS-Tue-am-118 Effects of error types on error Topic: Human development
negativity
Armbrecht, Anne-Simone (Germany) PS-Tue-am-131 A study of family alienation
among Iranian adolescents
PS-Tue-am-119 Neural and cognitive me-
Mehryar, Amir Hooshang (Islamic Republic of
chanisms of addiction
Iran)
Baker, Travis (Canada)
PS-Tue-am-132 Gender dissatisfaction among
PS-Tue-am-120 Neural mechanisms under
Iranian youth
lying the integration of costs and benefits in
Mehryar, Amir Hooshang (Islamic Republic of
decision making
Iran)
Basten, Ulrike (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-133 Self-immunization in adoles
PS-Tue-am-121 Non-invasive brain stimula
cence: Does the functionality of self-stabilizing
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tion and psychology: New approaches on cog-


processes vary with age?
nitive and behavioral investigations
Moessle, Regine (Germany)
Boggio, Paulo (Brazil)
PS-Tue-am-134 The relation between behav
PS-Tue-am-122 Effect of acute exercise on
ior of consulting and psychological distress
the concentration of testosterone in the salvia
among Japanese junior high school students
and the reaction to fearful faces in high school
Nagai, Satoru (Japan)
students
Budde, Henning (Germany) PS-Tue-am-135 Status quo of dysfunctional
thoughts in Chinese senior elementary school
PS-Tue-am-123 The ERPs N400 variation by
students and middle school students
difference of semantic relation between words
Ni, Jie (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples Repub-
Hayashi, Nao (Japan)
lic of China)
PS-Tue-am-124 Unexpected action effects
PS-Tue-am-136 Relations among prosocial
elicit deviance-related brain potentials and
tendency, guilt and problem actions in Japane-
cause attentional distraction
se junior high-school students
Iwanaga, Mio (Japan)
Ninomiya, Katsumi (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-125 Feedback processing and
PS-Tue-am-137 Longitudinal study of socio-
moral decision making in adolescents with be-
environmental experiences, self-worth and
havioral problems: An EEG study
emotional/behavioral problems among junior
Kreuter, Joerg (Germany)
high school students
PS-Tue-am-126 Differential prefrontal EEG Nishino, Yasuyo (Japan)
activity between sport amateurs and non-sport
PS-Tue-am-138 Participation in school-based
amateurs during video clip viewing
extracurricular activity and adolescents school
Muramatsu, Ayako (Japan)
adjustment
PS-Tue-am-127 Neurocognitive correlates of Okada, Yuji (Japan)
public risk
PS-Tue-am-139 Parental coherence and trans
Qin, Jungang (Peoples Republic of China)
mission of attributional style to the conflicts
PS-Tue-am-128 Natural language analysis of between parents and adolescent
written description of impressions of science Padrn, Ivn (Spain)
and language subjects
PS-Tue-am-140 Exploring factor structure of
Shimoda, Hiroko (Japan)
the CDI_TW in Taiwanese adolescents
PS-Tue-am-129 Realtime fMRI and fNIRS Pan, Yuan-Chien (Taiwan)
based neurofeedback
PS-Tue-am-141 Adolescence identity status:
Sitaram, Ranganatha (Germany)
Its relation to applied creativity and self-esteem
PS-Tue-am-130 Correlation between JIFP and in Greek adolescents
prefrontal activity: A NIRS study Paraskevopoulou, Polyxeni (Greece)
Hashimoto, Teruo (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-142 Self-reports and peer-reports
of depression and social behaviour: Results of a
4-year longitudinal study in adolescence
Reicher, Hannelore (Austria)

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PS-Tue-am-143 Family conflicts, have the PS-Tue-am-156 Self-esteem as a resource for
same solution depending of childrens age? coping with developmental tasks in emerging
Rodriguez Ruiz, Beatriz (Spain) adulthood
Born, Aristi (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-144 Loving the school no pro-
blem! The influence of social skills training in PS-Tue-am-157 Attachment behavior style:
attitudes toward school Different influence on attribution and emotion
Silva, Carla (Portugal) Hu, Ping (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-am-145 Violence and maltreatment PS-Tue-am-158 The development of young
in the family and in the group of peers as juve- adults dating relationships: The role of ante
nile delinquency predictive variables cedent and personality
Soares Martins, Jose Manuel (Portugal) Lussier, Yvan (Canada)
PS-Tue-am-146 Personal and interpersonal PS-Tue-am-160 Career pattern and mental

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determinants of dating violence in adolescence health of women in the child-rearing years
and young adulthood Matsuura, Motoko (Japan)
Stavrinides, Panayiotis (Cyprus)
PS-Tue-am-161 Attachment styles and emo-
PS-Tue-am-147 Behavior problems and mo- tional availability to infants in young adult fe-
tivation of criminal behavior in adolescence males
Stupish, Svetlana (Belarus) Miyamoto, Kunio (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-148 Personality in adolescence: Topic: Educational psychology
Are the Big-Five domains still stable at the se-
cond glance? PS-Tue-am-162 Underactivation of left occi-
Szirmak, Zsofia (Germany) pitotemporal cortex in developmental dyslexia:
General or specific?
PS-Tue-am-149 The Parental-Representation-
Klackl, Johannes (Austria)
Screening-Questionnaire (PRSQ): A new screen
ing questionnaire to assess risks in the parental PS-Tue-am-163 Internalizing disorders in dys
relationship from the perspectives of children lexic children
and adolescents Btrisey, Carine (Switzerland)
Titze, Karl (Switzerland) PS-Tue-am-164 Self-esteem in French-speak
PS-Tue-am-150 Self-concept instability in ev ing dyslexic children of special school
eryday classroom learning: Does it predict long- Leonova, Tamara (Switzerland)
term school performance? PS-Tue-am-165 Effectiveness of cognitive-
Tsai, Yi-Miau (Germany) behavioral techniques on performance im
PS-Tue-am-151 Identity statuses in relation provement of student with medium dyslexia
to parenting styles and well being in Iranian primary school students
Tung, Suninder (India) Majidi, Abed (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Tue-am-152 Adolescents and their pa- PS-Tue-am-166 Atypical lateralization in au-
rents post-comprehensive educational aspira- ditory regions of dyslectic children: Is there a
tions reduced right hemispheric contribution to tem-
Tynkkynen, Lotta (Finland) poral integration and segmentation?
Mohamed, Wessam (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-153 Development of a brief daily
hassles scale for use with adolescents PS-Tue-am-167 The effect of orthographic
Wright, Michalle (Australia) regularity on dyslexic children spelling
Ortiz, Rosario (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-154 Longitudinal development of
global self-worth and school adjustments du- PS-Tue-am-168 Training of visual-auditory in
ring early adolescence in Japan tegration in dyslexia
Yamamoto, Chika (Japan) Schumacher, Bettina (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-155 Social skill therapy for col- PS-Tue-am-169 Letter length and lexicality
lege student with social adjusment difficulty effects on left occipitotemporal activation in
Ambarini, Tri Kurniati (Indonesia) developmental dyslexia
Sturm, Denise (Austria)

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PS-Tue-am-170 The effect of academic acce- PS-Tue-am-182 School inspection in Germa-
leration, on the socio-emotional and the cogni- ny: Initial data on the quality of school inspec-
tive development of the gifted and talented tion as an instrument for diagnosing school
children quality
Abrahim, Azza (Sudan) Gaertner, Holger (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-171 Exploring the construct vali- PS-Tue-am-183 Preliminar psychometric da
dity and factor structure of the Persian trans ta of the questionnaire of school anxiety
lation of the Sternberg Triarchic Abilities Test Garca-Fernndez, Jos Manuel (Spain)
(STAT) with Iranian students: Using confirma
PS-Tue-am-184 Do children with deficits in
tory factor analysis
basic cognitive functions profit from mixed age
Asgari, Ali (Islamic Republic of Iran)
primary schools?
PS-Tue-am-172 Stability of rater judgments Goelitz, Dietmar (Germany)
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in holistic and analytic essay-coding in primary


PS-Tue-am-185 Which aspects of assess-
school
ment-tasks matter for student learning? The
Bhme, Katrin (Germany)
role of expectations and conceptions of assess-
PS-Tue-am-173 Interdisciplinary evaluation of ment
5th year medical students capabilities to an- Hirschfeld, Gerrit (Germany)
nounce cancer diagnosis based on simulated
PS-Tue-am-186 Self-regulation for learning
and filmed consultations.
in primary school: Relations to achievement
Bonnaud-Antignac, Anglique (France)
goals and school adaptation
PS-Tue-am-174 A web-based quality control Kambara, Masahiko (Japan)
system for assessment processes
PS-Tue-am-187 Effect of mental simulation
Busana, Gilbert (Luxembourg)
training on educational performance between
PS-Tue-am-175 Construct validation of a gra talented and normal students in Iran
duating examination for psychologists Khalili, Fatemeh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Castaeda Figueiras, Sandra (Mexico)
PS-Tue-am-188 Fair school comparisons
PS-Tue-am-176 The assessment of the qua Using previous knowledge as additional covar
lity of the learning outcome in vocational iate for the adjustment of school achievement
courses scores
Cervai, Sara (Italy) Kroehne, Ulf (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-177 Assessment style and learn PS-Tue-am-189 The predictive ability for
ing motivation pupils achievement in mathematics
Cocorada, Elena (Romania) Kuku, Hamdon (Sudan)
PS-Tue-am-178 Training evaluation: Effective PS-Tue-am-190 The junior middle school
ness, learning styles and modes of assistance students mathematical estimation perfor-
Cubico, Serena (Italy) mance and its relationship with their metacog-
nitive ability
PS-Tue-am-179 Prediction of the school per-
Liu, Xiaozhen (Peoples Republic of China)
formance following from the WISCIII test
Dan, Jiri (Slovak Republic) PS-Tue-am-191 Assessment style and learn
ing motivation in students
PS-Tue-am-180 Improving metacognitive mo
Luca, Marcela Rodica (Romania)
nitoring and regulation by means of collabora-
tive tests PS-Tue-am-192 Checklist for screening be-
de Carvalho Filho, Moises Kirk (Japan) havioural problems in Greek preschool children
Manolitsis, George (Greece)
PS-Tue-am-181 The influence of feedback
types on cognition in different post-feedback PS-Tue-am-193 Motivation on science and
interval mathematics across elementary school to junior
Fang, Ping (Peoples Republic of China) high school
Oye, Mayumi (Japan)

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PS-Tue-am-194 Perceived school-competence PS-Tue-am-207 Peculiarities of time identity
and socio-demographic characteristics: Com- of Latvian peoples
parison between gifted and non-gifted 9th Korniseva, Alona (Latvia)
grade students
PS-Tue-am-208 The interaction between pa
Rodrigues da Costa, Ana (Portugal)
rent-child relationships and siblings personality
PS-Tue-am-195 Relation between objective traits
school competence and perceived school com- Kozlova, Irina (Russia)
petence in gifted and non-gifted 9th grade stu-
PS-Tue-am-209 Assessing implicit self-esteem
dents
with affective priming procedures: Improving
Rodrigues da Costa, Ana (Portugal)
reliability by using pictures of participants as
PS-Tue-am-196 Evaluation of visual percep primes
tion and creativity in the university classroom Krause, Sascha (Germany)

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Rodriguez, Maria Elena (Mexico)
PS-Tue-am-210 Coordination as a crucial
PS-Tue-am-197 Standards of web based component of performances in a sustained at-
course evaluation tention test: The digit-symbol substitution test
Thielsch, Meinald T. (Germany) Krumm, Stefan (Germany)

Topic: Personality and individual differ PS-Tue-am-211 Investigating the structure


ences of attention: How do characteristics of atten-
tion and concentration tests influence their re-
PS-Tue-am-198 The relation between time lationship?
management and subjective well-being in un- Krumm, Stefan (Germany)
dergraduate students
PS-Tue-am-212 Temperamental determinants
Fan, Cuiying (Peoples Republic of China)
of depletion of self: Control resources in the
PS-Tue-am-199 Relationship between iden- emotional control situation
tity style, commitment, and friendship Kwapis, Krzysztof (Poland)
Fartash, Soheila (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Tue-am-213 The relationship between
PS-Tue-am-201 Self-regulation as a predic- time management disposition and test anxiety
tor of delinquent behavior and socially incon of undergraduates
siderate behavior Lan, Yujuan (Peoples Republic of China)
Harada, Chika (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-214 Is the correlation between
PS-Tue-am-202 Self-consciousness and dif- test anxiety and test performance rooted in
ferent ways of measuring stress feelings of low competence in test anxious in-
Huic, Aleksandra (Croatia) dividuals?
PS-Tue-am-203 General knowledge and need Lang, Jonas W. B. (Germany)
for cognition Is there a mediating role of be- PS-Tue-am-215 Social Desirability Response
havioral habits? (SDR) in China: Dimension analysis and situa
Huic, Aleksandra (Croatia) tion effects
PS-Tue-am-204 The utility of the personality- Li, Feng (Peoples Republic of China)
interest test in predicting changes in chronic PS-Tue-am-216 The influence of proactive
fatigue in adolescents: A two-year longitudinal personality and coping on commitment to
study STEM majors
Janowski, Konrad (Italy) Major, Debra (USA)
PS-Tue-am-205 Age differences in social PS-Tue-am-217 Who helps victims of natural
emotions recognition disasters? An examination of predictors of help
Justo, Mariline (Portugal) ing
PS-Tue-am-206 Increased rumination is as- Marjanovic, Zdravko (Canada)
sociated with poor internalisation of personal PS-Tue-am-218 The impact of attachment
strivings style on subjective well-being
Kirkegaard Thomsen, Dorthe (Denmark) Marrero, Rosario J. (Spain)

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PS-Tue-am-219 College and technical col- PS-Tue-am-232 The phenomenon of immi
lege students self-presentation: Examination of gration: Cultural values and cultural diversity in
the evaluation to own self-presentation and Europe
the others self-presentation Miryam, Rodriguez (Spain)
Ono, Miwa (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-233 The effects of kinship cue on
PS-Tue-am-220 High schizotypy is related to empathy and helping intentions
increased response bias and decreased visual Mitani, Nobuhiro (Japan)
sensitivity for detecting faces embedded in
PS-Tue-am-234 Personality judgments based
noise
on email addresses of mobile phones
Partos, Timea (Australia)
Mori, Tsutako (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-221 Repressors are unable to
PS-Tue-am-235 Explicit and implicit values of
suppress, unless it is threatening: Coping styles
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grandmothers and their granddaughters


influence intentional forgetting
Mudy, Krzysztof (Poland)
Peters, Jan Hendrik (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-236 Determining the attitude to-
PS-Tue-am-222 Self-monitoring in the struc-
ward characters in television commercials using
ture of personality and the factors of its gene-
text data mining: An analysis of Japanese com-
sis
mercials that feature famous actresses
Polezhaeva, Ekaterina (Russia)
Okano, Masao (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-223 May vocational experience
PS-Tue-am-237 Influence of consumers per-
affect the pattern of vocational interests?
ception toward online shopping on online
Psse, Bianca (Germany)
shopping behavior
PS-Tue-am-224 Comparison of the actual Okano Asakawa, Masami (Japan)
and theoretical (cube-in-globe) structures of
PS-Tue-am-238 Perpetuating the inequality:
the individual sleep-wake adaptability
Tokenism and ideologies that legitimize the sys-
Putilov, Arcady (Germany)
tem
PS-Tue-am-225 The dark side of mindful- Palacios, Maria Soledad (Spain)
ness: Why mindfulness interventions are not
PS-Tue-am-239 Positive illusions in the ma-
beneficial for everyone
ting domain: When thinking good about your-
Rosing, Kathrin (Germany)
self while feeling bad is a crucial part of your
Topic: Social psychology fitness
Pass, Jessica (Netherlands)
PS-Tue-am-226 What are the core attributes
of humanity? PS-Tue-am-240 Perceptions of European and
Lee, Sau-Lai (Singapore) national identities of Turkish Cypriot students
Pehlivan, Ahmet (Cyprus)
PS-Tue-am-227 Attitudes reflecting national
identity in Lithuanian young people population PS-Tue-am-241 Factors associated in the
Lekaviciene, Rosita (Lithuania) moral development in engineering students:
An approach multivariante, Analysis of main
PS-Tue-am-228 Exploring male body image components
in Taiwan: Drive for muscularity and its relation- Ramirez L., Jorge J. (Venezuela)
ship to self-esteem and quality of life
Lu, Hsueh-Chao (Taiwan) PS-Tue-am-242 Life attitude and environ-
mental perception of women in detention
PS-Tue-am-229 World social memory and Rana, Neeti (India)
oblivion of Greeks and Germans
Madoglou, Anna (Greece) PS-Tue-am-243 Long term care vs. inde-
pendent living: Exploring identity concepts
PS-Tue-am-230 The structure of national cur Rivera, Luz (Puerto Rico)
rency perception
Mazurek, Joanna (Poland) PS-Tue-am-244 French social representation
of war and peace
PS-Tue-am-231 The effects of event spon- Roland-Levy, Christine (France)
sorship on product evaluations: The role of
companys corporate social responsibility
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PS-Tue-am-245 Gender stereotypes about PS-Tue-am-259 Career and education ori
technology: Prototypes about people involved ented adults beliefs about life
in technology Uzole, Tatjana (Latvia)
Sainz, Milagros (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-260 Host acculturation orienta
PS-Tue-am-246 Psychometric properties of tion
negative attitudes toward masturbation inven- Verma, Jyoti (India)
tory on a sample of Salvadorian adolescents
PS-Tue-am-261 Social distance of ethno-
Santos, Pablo (Spain)
communicative relation in Latvia: Psychological
PS-Tue-am-247 Effects of studying abroad analysis
on national identity: A longitudinal field study Vidnere, Mara (Latvia)
with German exchange students
PS-Tue-am-262 Beyond egoism, equality and
Schneider, Henrike Alexandra (Germany)
equity: On the role of justice in the ultimatum

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PS-Tue-am-249 Relationships between teach and dictator game
ers and parents in the island of Crete von Sydow, Momme (Germany)
Simopoulou, Agapi (Greece)
PS-Tue-am-263 The comparison study of
PS-Tue-am-250 Justice violations and reac- self-esteem among students from families with
tions: Role of justice cognitions as mediator financial need and wealthy families
Singh, Purnima (India) Wang, Bo (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-am-251 Can evil be moral? Moral re- PS-Tue-am-264 The influences of work and
presentations of good and evil in people with family values on Chinese and Taiwanese young
different need for cognitive closure urban workers marriage and childbearing in-
Skupele, Irina (Latvia) tentions
Wang, Chung-Kwei (Taiwan)
PS-Tue-am-252 The construction of attitudes
toward nations: Valence effects of priming with Topic: Psychology and law
person vs. non-person exemplars
Spanuth, Claudia (Germany) PS-Tue-am-265 Peculiarities of investigative
interviews in child sexual abuse cases: Lithua
PS-Tue-am-253 The Influence of perceptual
nian perspective
self-mother relations, self-image, and reflective
Cesniene, Ilona (Lithuania)
self-image from mother on formation and de-
velopmental change of cognitive self concept PS-Tue-am-266 Alexithymia and basic hope
through life among prisoners
Sugita, Chizuko (Japan) Chmielewska, Anna (Poland)
PS-Tue-am-254 The impact of significant PS-Tue-am-267 Deception about the crime
others expectancies on self-stereotyping in Ja- leads to memory distortion
pan Tanaka, Mio (Japan)
Takabayashi, Kumiko (Japan) PS-Tue-am-268 How child maltreatment ex-
PS-Tue-am-255 For what proselfs eat and periences relate to adult sexual offenders emo-
travel? tional appraisals
Taniguchi, Ayako (Japan) Abbiati, Milena (Switzerland)
PS-Tue-am-256 How much for your hones PS-Tue-am-269 The effect of the guilty mo-
ty? The role of values and incentives in deter vement polygraph tests on lie detection: A vari-
mining honest behavior ation of the guilty knowledge test
Tanner, Carmen (Switzerland) Ding, Xiaopan (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-am-257 Personality traits and value PS-Tue-am-270 Motives of criminal behavior
orientation on the high risk police settings among prison inmate in Khartoum state, Su-
Tat, Cristina (Romania) dan
Hassan, Khalid (Sudan)
PS-Tue-am-258 Self-efficacy, self-regulation,
proactive attitude, proactive coping and acade-
mic performance of Filipino students
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PS-Tue-am-271 Relation between temporal PS-Tue-am-285 How to present evidence in
perspective and motivation towards the socio- a criminal trial: Order effects in judicial decision
labour integration of minors under judicial making
measures Enescu, Raluca (Switzerland)
Hernandez, Bernardo (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-286 Uncertainty and the detec-
PS-Tue-am-272 Risk and protective factors tion of deception
for juvenile delinquencies in children with per- Marksteiner, Tamara (Germany)
vasive developmental disorders: Findings from
PS-Tue-am-287 Fast and frugal or complex
life-story research
and calculating? Modelling police judgments
Kita, Yosuke (Japan)
regarding the veracity of suicide notes
PS-Tue-am-273 Psychiatric disorders and Snook, Brent (Canada)
childhood trauma in German prisoners with
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PS-Tue-am-288 The relationship between


antisocial personality disorder
long proceedings of divorce for a woman who
Kopp, Daniel (Germany)
acted to divorce; her mental health
PS-Tue-am-275 Effectiveness of meditation Adibrad, Nastaran (Islamic Republic of Iran)
and music technique as a mechanism of well-
PS-Tue-am-289 The current state of parental
ness for incarcerated drug addicts
alienation syndrome in Spain (PAS)
Leuterio, Ray (Philippines)
Bonasa Jimenez, Pilar (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-276 Psychological characterstics
PS-Tue-am-290 Violence experienced by
of run away youth
youths involved with drug traffic
Parsian, Monireh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Feffermann, Marisa (Brazil)
PS-Tue-am-277 The impact of alcohol and
PS-Tue-am-291 Determinants of public opin
drug intoxication on Canadian perpetrators
ion on sentences and their preference for diffe-
memories of violent crimes
rent types of sentences
Foellmi, Melodie (Canada)
Ivii, Ines (Croatia)
PS-Tue-am-278 Internet child pornography:
PS-Tue-am-292 Some personal correlates of
The psychology and psychophysiology of view-
justice sensitivity
ing child pornography
Jurkin, Marina (Croatia)
Haines, Janet (Australia)
PS-Tue-am-293 First accreditation to specia-
PS-Tue-am-279 The event-related potentials
list in forensic psychology by the psychologists
study of deceptive responses to characters and
official college of Catalua, in Spain.
pictures
Molina Bartumeus, Asuncion (Spain)
Liu, Hongguang (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-am-294 Neuropsychological, psycho-
PS-Tue-am-280 Social intelligence of pedo-
logical and social correlates of antisocial behav
phile sex offenders
ior among Peruvian adolescents in conflict with
Ntzold, Janine (Germany)
the penal law: A study from Moffitts taxono-
PS-Tue-am-282 The emotional modulation mic theory
of the startle and post-auricular reflexes in non- Morales, Hugo (Peru)
criminal psychopathy
PS-Tue-am-295 The experimental study on
Uzieblo, Katarzyna (Belgium)
the preschool eyewitnesses
PS-Tue-am-283 Detection of malingering: A Yajing, Liu (Peoples Republic of China)
survey of Australian psychologists current
practices Topic: Political psychology
Yoxall, Jacqueline (Australia) PS-Tue-am-296 The dimensions of the per-
PS-Tue-am-284 Investigating economy re- ception of Polish politicians personalities
sources and living means of unemployed drug Krulikowska, Anna (Poland)
addicts PS-Tue-am-297 Risk and security perceptions
Zhu, Mianmao (Peoples Republic of China) during the FIFA World Cup 2006
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PS-Tue-am-298 The psychosocial adaptation PS-Tue-am-311 Pathways to collective pro-
for displaced youth (age 1620) Alsalam area test: Calculation, identification or emotion? A
Rabak, White Nile State Sudan critical analysis of the role of anger in social
Hamadain, Osman (Sudan) movement participation
Strmer, Stefan (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-299 Influence of psychopolitical
variables in reactions to traumatic and hopeful PS-Tue-am-312 Influences on the civic en
events gagement of adolescents in Thailand
Morales Marente, Elena (Spain) Braverman, Marc (USA)
PS-Tue-am-300 Peace psychology of grass- PS-Tue-am-313 Remembered or forgotten?
root reconciliation: Lesson learned from Baku The collective remembering the Holocaust and
Bae peace movement the crimes of the communist systems
Muluk, Hamdi (Indonesia) Kovacs, Monika (Hungary)

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PS-Tue-am-301 Symbolic battles around a PS-Tue-am-314 History as a content of indi-
bronze soldier: Estonian version of intergroup vidual autobiographical memory
disagreement Nourkova, Veronika (Russia)
Raudsepp, Maaris (Estonia)
PS-Tue-am-315 Red moon: Strengthening of
PS-Tue-am-302 From terror to tolerance feminine identity in mistreated girls and ado
Williams, Kinga Agnes (United Kingdom) lescents
Obando Salazar, Olga Lucia (Colombia)
PS-Tue-am-303 Social representations about
inclusion in official documents and their impli- PS-Tue-am-316 When does trust in authority
cations on the implementation of inclusive pu- and procedural fairness affect social accep-
blic politics in education tance of public policy?
Bellico da Costa, Anna Edith (Brazil) Ohana, Kyosuke (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-304 Psychological peculiarities of PS-Tue-am-317 The influence of internet on
political socialization of students the political activity of Ukrainian youth: The
Dembitska, Natalia (Ukraine) possibilities of positive dynamics
Petrunko, Olga (Ukraine)
PS-Tue-am-305 Voters susceptibility to a
multidimensional attractiveness-gender bias in PS-Tue-am-318 Fractal patterns in collective
electoral politics bahaviour. Trends in political psychology
Drfler, Rebecca (Germany) Quezada, Ariel (Chile)
PS-Tue-am-306 Obligations and duties: Hong PS-Tue-am-319 Impact of public policy-
Kong students conceptions of citizenship re making procedures on policy accestability
sponsibilities Wang, Er Ping (Peoples Republic of China)
Kennedy, Kerry (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Republic of China) Topic: Clinical/Counseling psychology

PS-Tue-am-307 The effect of religious orien- PS-Tue-am-320 A study of self-help focusing


tation, political ideology, fundamentalism, and (SHF):Comparison between Tsubo image fo-
social dominance orientation on political intole cusing and Mind View focusing
rance. Takasawa, Keiji (Japan)
Markum, M Enoch (Indonesia) PS-Tue-am-321 Symptom understatement is
PS-Tue-am-308 Profiling voters in Vojvodina gender-related in patients with arrhythmia:
Mihic, Vladimir (Serbia) A suggestion for timely clinical intervention
Trovato, Guglielmo (Italy)
PS-Tue-am-309 Political participation of
youths who have dropped out of armed con- PS-Tue-am-322 Factorial structure of the
flict and rejoined civil life screen for child anxiety related emotional disor-
Obando Salazar, Olga Lucia (Colombia) ders
Vigil, Andreu (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-310 The collective unconscious-
ness in politics
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PS-Tue-am-323 The effect of group cogni PS-Tue-am-336 Behaviour disorders and the
tive behavioral training on self-esteem and search of identity by an adolescent twin: Study
mental health in infertile women case
Aghaei Jeshvaghani, Asghar (Islamic Republic Ferreira, Olga Rita (Portugal)
of Iran)
PS-Tue-am-337 An initial imprinting of the
PS-Tue-am-324 Electroconvulsive Therapy self-help groups of narcotics anonymous and
(ECT): Attitudes, knowledge and experience of alcoholics anonymous in Greece
patients Flora, Katerina (Greece)
Besani, Chiara (Ireland)
PS-Tue-am-338 The role of emotional matu-
PS-Tue-am-325 Body and affect words: Va- rity in the development of Irritable Bowel Syn-
lence, cognitive specificity and temporal change drome (IBS) among adolescents
among young women Garg, Niyati (India)
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Bone, Meagan E. (Canada)


PS-Tue-am-340 Adaptive behavior and skills
PS-Tue-am-326 Reasons for misdiagnosis of of young children with autism
bipolar disorder Oakland, Thomas (USA)
Bruchmueller, Katrin (Switzerland)
PS-Tue-am-341 The investigation of second
PS-Tue-am-327 Undergraduate students at- ary traumatic stress levels observed in emer-
titudes towards online versus face-to-face gency service personnel in terms of dissociation
counseling level, perceived social support and coping stra-
Cui, Lixia (Peoples Republic of China) tegies
Haksal, Pinar (Turkey)
PS-Tue-am-328 Effect of social and family
factors on committing suicide among university PS-Tue-am-342 Effectiveness of humanistic
students in Iran child and adolescent psychotherapy
Dadkhah, Asghar (Islamic Republic of Iran) Hlldampf, Dagmar (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-329 The impact of Transactional PS-Tue-am-343 Different perspectives in treat
Analysis (T.A) method on increasing self-knowl ing post-traumatic stress disorder patients after
edge and marital compatibility of incompatible mass disasters and terrorist attacks
couples Icoz, Ferhat (Turkey)
Danesh, Esmat (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Tue-am-344 Danger Ideation Reduction
PS-Tue-am-330 Dissociation major risk fac- Therapy (DIRT): Preliminary findings with three
tor for the development of secondary traumati- obsessive-compulsive checkers
zation Jones, Mairwen (Australia)
Daniels, Judith (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-345 Differences in perceptions of
PS-Tue-am-331 The place of the clinical psy- the ward atmosphere among patients and staff
chology in our time: Singularities in the world in psychiatric inpatient care
of globalization Jrgensen, Kjetil Nordb (Norway)
de Farias, Francisco Ramos (Brazil)
PS-Tue-am-346 Tele-therapy: An approach
PS-Tue-am-332 The aesthetic of suffering to provide mental health services to remote
and of satisfaction in psychological clinic of and rural areas
contemporaneousness Kharkwal, Meena (France)
de Farias, Francisco Ramos (Brazil)
PS-Tue-am-347 Computer-assisted cognitive
PS-Tue-am-333 Blood pressure and pain: training as a trauma-unspecific intervention for
The everyday suffering in hypotension posttraumatic stress disorder
Dietel, Anja (Germany) Knig, Dorothea (Austria)
PS-Tue-am-334 How much suspense is good PS-Tue-am-348 Correlation between adoles
for the recipe? cent illicit drug use and family characteristics in
Dreisrner, Thomas (Germany) Taiwan
Kuo, Hsien-Hwa (Taiwan)
PS-Tue-am-335 Peer pressure or social sup-
port? An empirical analysis of internet-based PS-Tue-am-349 Culturally-derived protective
self-injury support groups factors in blacks at risk for suicide
Eichenberg, Christiane (Germany) Kyle, Jennifer (USA)

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PS-Tue-am-350 Screening executive dysfunc PS-Tue-am-362 Self-regulation procedures as
tion in Parkinsons disease with the Frontal As- a mean of optimization professionals states
sessment Battery during business-trainings
Lima, Cesar (Portugal) Zlokazova, Tatyana (Russia)
PS-Tue-am-351 The neglected dimension of PS-Tue-am-363 Burnout (Emotional exhaus-
physical environment in counselling: Influence tion) in doctors of two hospitals of the city of
of the consulting room on perceived quality of Lima: Peru
care Aguilar Angeletti, Ana (Peru)
Lyng, James (Ireland)
PS-Tue-am-364 Relationship of worry and
PS-Tue-am-352 What is the first cause of eating behaviors in young women
tendency to addiction? Psychological, environ- Ahlawat, Aditi (India)
mental or physical.
PS-Tue-am-365 Geriatric centres: Emotional

TUESDAY, 22 JULY
Mosavi Amiry, Seyed Jalal (Islamic Republic of
indicators older people
Iran)
Aizpurua Sanz, Alaitz (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-353 Smoking cessation in psy
PS-Tue-am-366 The study of comparison be
chiatric patients
tween hardiness; multiple coping styles in MS
Mhlig, Stephan (Germany)
(multiple sclerosis) patients Iranian
PS-Tue-am-354 Personality characters as a Aliakbari, Mahnaz (Islamic Republic of Iran)
predictor of tendency to addiction
PS-Tue-am-367 Comparative study of reli-
Nikpour, Gholam Ali (Islamic Republic of Iran)
gious attitudes influence on mental health
PS-Tue-am-355 The influence of reflection among residents of nursing homes and unresi-
and brooding to depressive symptom: Exami- dent aged
nation from subtypes of rumination Aliakbari, Mahnaz (Islamic Republic of Iran)
Noguchi, Rieko (Japan)
PS-Tue-am-368 Dimensions of school health
PS-Tue-am-356 An exploratory study of from the teachers point of view
some sexual behaviours and psychological ad- Altenstein, Christine (Germany)
justment of Indian gay and bisexual youths
PS-Tue-am-369 Anxiety, depression, somatic
Parekh, Suresh (India)
symptoms, social dysfunctions and social de-
PS-Tue-am-357 Treatment evaluation of psy- mographic variables as predictors of physical
chosomatic in-patient rehabilitation health in graduate students
Pausch, Jana (Germany) Angelucci, Luisa (Venezuela)

Topic: Health psychology PS-Tue-am-370 Screening for clinical depres-


sion in Iranian post-MI patients with the Beck
PS-Tue-am-358 Psychology and interprofes- Depression Inventory for Primary Care
sional training and collaboration: Results of a Bagherian, Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran)
comprehensive program to promote client-
PS-Tue-am-371 Are there effective smoking
centred collaborative teamwork in mental
cessation interventions that help women re-
health services
main smoke free?
Vingilis, Evelyn (Canada)
Bahrs, Darlene (USA)
PS-Tue-am-359 Impacts of impression regu-
PS-Tue-am-372 Coping strategies in two
lating on smoking cessation in Taiwan
samples of Mexican adolescents living in pover-
Wang, Jui-Hsing (Taiwan)
ty conditions
PS-Tue-am-360 The application of cue-re Barcelata, Blanca (Mexico)
activity paradigm in smoking cessation: A bio-
PS-Tue-am-373 The relationship between
feedback study
socio-economic status, physical health and per-
Wu, Yang (Peoples Republic of China)
ceived physical health
PS-Tue-am-361 AIDS awareness among post Bazzazian, Saeideh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
graduate students of Kurukshetra University,
Kurukshetra (India)
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PS-Tue-am-374 Relationship between anxie- PS-Tue-am-386 Psychological aspects in
ty, depression, perceived exertion and level of volved in drug allergy
physical function in patients undergoing rou Diaconescu, Liliana Veronica (Romania)
tine rehabilitation after valvular heart replace-
PS-Tue-am-387 Focusing on resources of
ment
health: The contribution of the salutogenesis
Bertolotti, Giorgio (Italy)
for health promotion and education
PS-Tue-am-375 Socio-economic and acade- Eriksson, Monica (Finland)
mic correlates of Anaemia among adolescent
PS-Tue-am-388 Berlin stays fit: Motivational
girl students at secondary school level in rural
and volitional strategies for mental and phy
India: A study
sical exercise of elderly women
Berwal, Sandeep (India)
Evers, Andrea (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-376 Psychological benefits of
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

PS-Tue-am-389 Gender differences in non-


high self-complexity for women with and wit-
fatal suicide attempts among psychiatric and
hout children
medical patients in Pakistan
Besta, Tomasz (Poland)
Farooqi, Yasmin (Pakistan)
PS-Tue-am-377 Longitudinal assessment of
PS-Tue-am-390 Influence of job-role quality,
quality of life, coping and social support in
anger and social support on health in working
women with breast cancer and their caregivers
women
Bonnaud-Antignac, Anglique (France)
Feldman, Lya (Venezuela)
PS-Tue-am-378 Testing the Caregiver Stress
PS-Tue-am-391 Relationship between the
Model with the caregivers of children with Leu-
sense of loneliness and mental health of col-
kemia
lege students
Bozo, zlem (Turkey)
Feng, Huiru (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-am-379 The effect of dispositional
PS-Tue-am-392 The financing of care at men
optimism on posttraumatic growth: Testing the
tal health: Challenges to public health system
moderator role of ways of coping between dis-
from Brazil
positional optimism and posttraumatic growth
Freire, Flvia Helena (Brazil)
in Turkish breast cancer patients
Bozo, zlem (Turkey) PS-Tue-am-393 Future time perspective in
health behavior change: Moderation of the in-
PS-Tue-am-380 The moderating effect of
tention-behavior relation
marital satisfaction on the relationship between
Gellert, Paul (Germany)
type-A personality and the level of blood pres-
sure PS-Tue-am-394 The relation of medical and
Korkmaz, Melike Nuray (Turkey) psychological risk factors to cardiovascular dis
ease
PS-Tue-am-381 The structure of the causal
Gholamali Lavassani, Massoud (Islamic
attribution belief network of patients with obe-
Republic of Iran)
sity
Brogan, Amy (Ireland) PS-Tue-am-395 Measuring workplace bully-
ing in Japan
PS-Tue-am-382 Perceived stress and licit psy-
Giorgi, Gabriele (Italy)
choactive substance consumption among em-
ployees PS-Tue-am-396 Confirmatory analysis of a
Cercl, Alain (France) social-cognitive model of sexual risk behaviour:
A contribute to the explanation of condom
PS-Tue-am-383 Who comes first? Balance
use
and emotional ambivalence
Gomes, Alexandra (Portugal)
Chang, Yenping (Taiwan)
PS-Tue-am-397 Informal caregivers of elder-
PS-Tue-am-384 Prevalence of insomnia of
ly people: Social network and life satisfaction
nursing and midwifery students
Guerra, Sara (Portugal)
Cheraghi, Fatemeh (Islamic Republic of Iran)
PS-Tue-am-385 Subjective well being on
young adult and relatedness to emotional intel-
ligence, optimism and self esteem
Dachlan, Rostiana (Indonesia)
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Topic: Industrial/Organizational psycho- PS-Tue-am-410 Presenteeism and positive


logy organizational behavior
Isidoro Ferreira, Aristides (Portugal)
PS-Tue-am-398 The effects of internalization
PS-Tue-am-411 Everyday life heroes (in
of corporate principles and confidence in supe-
white): The end of a dream job? Burnout of
riors on employees job attitudes
general practitioners (GP)
Enami, Junko (Japan)
Iwanowa, Anna (Austria)
PS-Tue-am-399 A research on cognitive ge-
PS-Tue-am-412 Time as a key factor for a
nerating mechanism of organizational justice:
new dynamic model of job satisfaction: Theore-
An attributional perspective
tical concept and empirical data
Fang, Xuemei (Peoples Republic of China)
Jimnez, Paul (Austria)
PS-Tue-am-400 Climate for innovation in
PS-Tue-am-413 Supervisor behavior and em-

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companies: A multilevel approach on the analy-
ployees job neglect: A study of Australian em-
sis of antecedents and consequences
ployees
Feinstein, Ingrid (Germany)
Karimi, Leila (Australia)
PS-Tue-am-401 Social identity theory: A his-
PS-Tue-am-414 The employability develop-
torical review from the perspectives of social
ment of business students
and industrial and organizational psychology
Kirovova, Iva (Czech Republic)
Goncu, Asli (Turkey)
PS-Tue-am-415 The blind spot in person-
PS-Tue-am-402 Measuring uncertainty in the
nel selection: The role of unconscious factors in
observation and evaluation process in assess-
job interviews
ment centres. Possible antecedents of uncer
Kolominski, Stephan (Germany)
tainty and its relationship to rating accuracy
Greco, Riccardo (Germany) PS-Tue-am-416 An evaluation of a Norwe
gian vocational rehabilitation program
PS-Tue-am-403 Relationship between the
Krogstadmo, Borghild (Norway)
values of organizational culture and human re-
source management practices from a gender PS-Tue-am-417 Impacts of organizational
perspective leadership and culture on organizational trust:
Grueso, Merlin Patricia (Colombia) The moderating role of job cadre
Lawal, Olufemi (Nigeria)
PS-Tue-am-405 Personal-organizational ori-
entation of needs for job application and its PS-Tue-am-418 Communication within a
effect post-secondary institution: Analysis and recom-
Han, Ying (Peoples Republic of China) mendations
Marasigan, John (Canada)
PS-Tue-am-406 Interaction of organizational
environment and employees personality cha- PS-Tue-am-419 Spontaneous emotion regu-
racteristics as predictor of counterproductive lation following affective events: Do we have a
workplace behaviors in employees of an Iranian choice how to regulate our emotions?
industrial company Meyenschein, Kerstin (Germany)
Hashemi Sheykhshabani, Sayedesmaeil (Islamic
PS-Tue-am-420 Change processes in higher
Republic of Iran)
education: Moderating effects of personality
PS-Tue-am-407 Effectiveness of leadership variables on the relationship between commit-
styles in the non-profit sector: Results from a ment to change and change support behav
multi-sample study iour
Hehn, Verena (Germany) Michel, Alexandra (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-408 Effects of leadership styles on PS-Tue-am-421 The HRM perspective on
branch-level profit conflict in organizations: The Portuguese case
Hessmer, Stefan (Germany) Moreira, Ricardo (Portugal)
PS-Tue-am-409 Women managers careers PS-Tue-am-422 Exploring new dynamics of
in information technology field: A cross-cultural job-involvement: An empirical study of life-
comparison between China and Finland orientation, gender and occupational stress
Huang, Jiehua (Finland) Mukherjee, Debjani (India)

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PS-Tue-am-423 Relationships between orga- PS-Tue-am-437 Are different career patterns
nizational obstacles and innovation organiza related to personality traits?
tional climate in the personnel of an industrial Suchar, Marek (Poland)
organization
Naami, Abdolzhara (Islamic Republic of Iran) Topic: Environmental psychology

PS-Tue-am-424 Is a happy worker a produc- PS-Tue-am-438 Psychological effects of noise


tive one? in elementary school children
Niklas, Claudia D. (Germany) Estrada Rodrguez, Cesreo (Mexico)
PS-Tue-am-425 The authenticity of manager PS-Tue-am-439 Existential threat changes
Nuslauerova, Pavla (Czech Republic) motives of pro-environmental behaviour
Fritsche, Immo (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-426 Relationship between com-
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munication, commitment, identification, job PS-Tue-am-440 Study on the influence of the


satisfaction and turnover intentions environment sounds on the human creative
Ok, Afife (Turkey) ness
Gatej, Emil-Razvan (Romania)
PS-Tue-am-427 Profile analysis of training in
Saipa car company PS-Tue-am-441 Optimism and pessimism
Oreyzi, Hamid Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran) about the future of the environment: An 18-
nation study
PS-Tue-am-428 Relationship of deficiency in Gifford, Robert (Canada)
abilities and responsibility of managers with
their personality in gas company PS-Tue-am-442 Environmental competence
Oreyzi, Hamid Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran) in destination marathon runners
Imamichi, Tomoaki (USA)
PS-Tue-am-429 Relationship of job complex
ity and managers aptitude in Iran gas compa- PS-Tue-am-443 The place attachment and
ny the mental representations of a public space in
Oreyzi, Hamid Reza (Islamic Republic of Iran) a Turkish big city
Karakus, Pelin (Turkey)
PS-Tue-am-430 Quality of work life: Findings
from a Portuguese study PS-Tue-am-444 Posttraumatic symptoms
Rafael, Manuel (Portugal) were worst among quake victims with injuries
following the Chi-chi quake in Taiwan
PS-Tue-am-431 The circumplex model of or- Kuo, Hsien-Wen (Taiwan)
ganizational citizenship behavior in a military
context PS-Tue-am-445 The health effects of indoor
Rafael, Manuel (Portugal) air quality in two workplaces
Lin, Ping-Yi (United Kingdom)
PS-Tue-am-432 Citizenship and counterpro-
ductive behavior in organizations and employ PS-Tue-am-446 Do presentation modes of
ees social identity nature influence the effect on human well-
Rutkowska, Dorota (Poland) being? A comparison of laboratory and field
results
PS-Tue-am-433 Perceived justice: How diffe- Martens, Drte (Switzerland)
rent demographic characteristics can predict it
in an organization PS-Tue-am-447 Choosing between office
Samavatyan, Hossein (Islamic Republic of Iran) buildings and converted heritage houses for
professional services
PS-Tue-am-434 Well-being across cultures: McCunn, Lindsay (Canada)
An investigation of cultural, individual, and job
characteristics impact on employee well-being PS-Tue-am-448 Connectedness with na-
Septarini, Berlian Gressy (Indonesia) ture scale: Validity and reliability in the Spa-
nish context.
PS-Tue-am-435 Workplace bullying in the Olivos Jara, Pablo (Spain)
voluntary sector: Is there a need for concern?
Sheik Dawood, Shariffah Rahah (Malaysia) PS-Tue-am-449 Improving the prediction of
recycling behavior: A cross-cultural comparison
PS-Tue-am-436 Competencies of successful of the subjective evaluation of social norms and
entrepreneurs experienced emotions in Spain and Brazil
Steensma, Herman (Netherlands) Schweiger Gallo, Inge (Spain)

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PS-Tue-am-450 Sustainable development in PS-Tue-am-461 Symbolic variables involved
office building environments: Contributions of in the use of private-cars
environmental psychology Lpez Sez, Mercedes (Spain)
Stumpf, Michael (Germany)
PS-Tue-am-462 Values, emotional affinity to
PS-Tue-am-451 The study of the effects of ward nature and proenvironmental behaviour
social climate (milieu) of girls high school on Maier, Kathrin (Germany)
fostering their social skills
PS-Tue-am-463 Using commitment to en-
Talebzadeh Nobarian, Mohsen (Islamic Repub-
courage public transportation use to go to
lic of Iran)
work
PS-Tue-am-452 The role of a local commu Rubens, Lolita (France)
nitys discussion forum in creating social capital:
PS-Tue-am-464 The role of emotion and is-
Study of a gated community in Warsaw
sue ownership in explaining pro-environmental

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Zajac, Aleksandra (Poland)
behavior in organizations
PS-Tue-am-453 Citizens environmental con- Russell, Sally (Australia)
cern in China: From perspective of environmen-
PS-Tue-am-465 Social projection on environ-
tal psychology
mental concern
Zheng, Quanquan (Peoples Republic of China)
Sevillano, Vernica (Spain)
PS-Tue-am-454 Sign systems related to user
PS-Tue-am-466 Perceptions of vulnerability
wayfinding behavior in interchanging in under-
and preparedness for terrorism and emergen
ground stations
cies: A preliminary Australian study
Zheng, Meng Cong (Japan)
Caponecchia, Carlo (Australia)
PS-Tue-am-455 Is virtual nature equally res
PS-Tue-am-467 Relation among trauma,
torative as physical nature? An experimental
trait coping, and students suicide attitude af-
comparison study
ter super typhoon Saomai
Ziesenitz, Anne (Germany)
Huang, Xiaozhong (Peoples Republic of
PS-Tue-am-456 Relations between personal China)
norm and car use in facilitating and inhibiting
PS-Tue-am-469 Creative processes of com-
contexts
munity revitalization from narrative approach:
Eriksson, Louise (Sweden)
A case study from Chuetsu earthquake
PS-Tue-am-458 Thats it were having more Miyamoto, Takumi (Japan)
insulation! Will householders change behav
PS-Tue-am-470 Public acceptance of wind
iours and attitudes after being shown an infra-
turbines in Tokyo
red image of their homes leaking heat?
Motosu, Memi (Japan)
Goodhew, Julie (United Kingdom)
PS-Tue-am-471 The experimental study of
PS-Tue-am-459 Mentoring and privacy: The
the transmitting relationship from weather to
relationship of environmental privacy and per-
the expectation of stock returns in China
sonal disclosure
Xu, Shaojun (Peoples Republic of China)
Hager, Mark J. (USA)
PS-Tue-am-460 Earthquake behavior rules
for disable people
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Poster Session PS-Tue-pm-014 The self-learning in inline-


Tuesday Afternoon, 14.00 17.00 h skating classes at school
Viciana, Jesus (Spain)
Topic: Sensory and motor processes
PS-Tue-pm-015 Cross-modal correspond
PS-Tue-pm-001 Linkages between auditory ences between weight, pressure, brightness
perception and action: Acoustic affordances and spatial position
Burton, Joel (United Kingdom) Benartzi, Elisheva (Israel)
PS-Tue-pm-002 fMRI during affective pro- PS-Tue-pm-016 An fMRI study on crossmo-
cessing in tinnitus patients and normal con dal interactions during object processing
trols Hagemann, Cordula (Germany)
Georgiewa, Petra (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-017 Audio-visual simultaneity
PS-Tue-pm-003 Effect of velocity on cortical judgments in rapid serial visual presentation
processing of auditory motion Kranczioch, Cornelia (United Kingdom)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

Getzmann, Stephan (Germany)


PS-Tue-pm-018 Cognitive interactions be
PS-Tue-pm-004 The influences of deviation tween facial expression and vocal intonation in
in harmony to the processing of musical con- emotional judgment
text: A study using event related brain poten Mochizuki, Toshiko (Japan)
tials (ERP)
PS-Tue-pm-019 Effect of auditory informa
Hashimoto, Midori (Japan)
tion processing to brightness judgment
PS-Tue-pm-005 Using inertial information Muroi, Miya (Japan)
alone to estimate linear self-displacement with
PS-Tue-pm-020 Action of specific rhythms
varying durations of constant velocity
on the consciousness attention and reaction
Campos, Jennifer (Germany)
rate
PS-Tue-pm-006 Standard perimetry reflects Pelageykin, Denis (Russia)
perceptual and premotor deficits in hemispatial
PS-Tue-pm-021 Noise improvement in con
neglect
trast detection is changed by temporal property
Hoffmann, Maria (Germany)
of stimulus
PS-Tue-pm-007 Motor learning in suppressed Takahashi, Tsutomu (Japan)
tracking tasks
PS-Tue-pm-022 Effects of visual-auditory sti-
Kobori, Satoshi (Japan)
mulus onset asynchrony on speech discrimina-
PS-Tue-pm-008 Creative movement perfor- tion and auditory event-related potentials
mance of Slovak dancers Thorne, Jeremy (United Kingdom)
Daniskova, Klaudia (Slovak Republic)
PS-Tue-pm-023 Cross-modal tactile-auditory
PS-Tue-pm-009 Visuomotor uncertainty in- saltation
fluences the frames of reference supporting Trojan, Jrg (Germany)
motor output.
PS-Tue-pm-024 Cross-modal attention and
Heath, Matthew (Canada)
letter recognition
PS-Tue-pm-010 The role of anxiety, multitas- Wesner, Michael (Canada)
king and task complexity in psychomotor task
PS-Tue-pm-025 Mental health improves as a
performance
function of social support
Kanwal, Harpreet (India)
Acuna, Laura (Mexico)
PS-Tue-pm-011 Psychophysiological control:
PS-Tue-pm-026 The role of auditory sensory
Getting goosebumps when you feel like it
memory in explaining differences in nonword
Katzur, Bjrn H. (Germany)
repetition ability
PS-Tue-pm-012 Spatial representations in Barry, Johanna (Germany)
skilled typing
PS-Tue-pm-027 Psychophysiological prere-
Rieger, Martina (Germany)
quisites of effectiveness of advertising impact
PS-Tue-pm-013 Bimanual coordination in Dikiy, Igor (Russia)
tool use: Transformations and targets
PS-Tue-pm-028 Auditory temporal judg-
Sattler, Christine (Germany)
ments
Fostick, Leah (Israel)

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PS-Tue-pm-029 Objective detection of goose PS-Tue-pm-043 Reversal of typical effect of
bumps and its course over the body task switching for random switch
Hausmann, Barbara (Germany) Carmona, Encarna (Spain)
PS-Tue-pm-030 Network analysis of respira- PS-Tue-pm-044 Automatic and voluntary
tory sensations in sports and stress using flow- orienting of attention in visual search: Two in-
through centrality measurements dependent processes?
Petersen, Sibylle (Germany) Casagrande, Maria (Italy)
PS-Tue-pm-031 Action monitoring and per- PS-Tue-pm-045 Effects of vigilance decrease
fectionism in severe major depression on exogeneous and endogeneous visual orient
de Bruijn, Ellen R.A. (Netherlands) ing
Martella, Diana (Italy)
PS-Tue-pm-032 Measurement by subjective
estimation: Testing for separable representa- PS-Tue-pm-046 The role of attention in ob-

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tions ject and gist perception
Seri, Raffaello (Italy) Constantinou, Elena (Cyprus)
PS-Tue-pm-033 Manipulated facial expres PS-Tue-pm-047 Comparison of a sustained
sions in relation to subjective emotional reac- attention to response and a continuous perfor-
tions mance format in a letter-detection task
Waterink, Wim (Netherlands) Helton, William (USA)
PS-Tue-pm-034 Action observation is affected PS-Tue-pm-048 How does the temporal at-
by viewing perspective in dance-novices tentional selection work: Under illusion para-
Pilgramm, Sebastian (Germany) digm
Jin, Mingxuan (Peoples Republic of China)
Topic: Attention and perception
PS-Tue-pm-049 Decoding control signals for
PS-Tue-pm-035 9.5 months old infants pre- visual spatial attention from ventral prefrontal
fer Picasso over Monet cortex
Cacchione, Trix (Switzerland) Kalberlah, Christian (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-036 Framing the frame: Good- PS-Tue-pm-050 Higher cognitive control re-
ness-of-fit for probe shapes within rectangular duces conflicts in visual spatial attention: Elec-
frames trophysiological correlates
Guidi, Stefano (Italy) Kehrer, Stefanie (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-037 Learning music as aestheti- PS-Tue-pm-051 Implicit change detection:
cal experience Evidence from event-related brain potential
Hernndez, Marisela (Venezuela) Kimura, Motohiro (Japan)
PS-Tue-pm-038 The categorical structure of PS-Tue-pm-052 How does angry face cap-
the perception of painting: A study of land ture attention? Evidence from attentional blink
scape paradigm
Korotchenko, Evgeniya (Russia) Kirita, Takahiro (Japan)
PS-Tue-pm-039 About the effect of aesthe- PS-Tue-pm-053 Disrupting face biases in vis
tics and symbolism on experience and behavior ual attention
in libraries Law, Anna (United Kingdom)
Richter, Peter (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-054 How information structure
PS-Tue-pm-040 Superiority of left three- affects semantic integration in question-answer
quarter views in face recognition: Right hemis- pairs: A semantic illusion phenomenon
phere advantage hypothesis Lin, Wang (Peoples Republic of China)
Arnold, Gabriel (France)
PS-Tue-pm-055 Negated directives in the
PS-Tue-pm-041 Effect of stimulus eccentri context communicative competence
city on the timing of inhibition of return Maciuszek, Jozef (Poland)
Bao, Yan (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-pm-056 Attentional capture does not
PS-Tue-pm-042 Temporal resolution is en- cause inhibition of return
hanced by temporal preparation Matsuda, Yukihisa (Japan)
Bausenhart, Karin Maria (Germany)
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PS-Tue-pm-057 Modulation of alertness and PS-Tue-pm-070 Different ways to benefit-
its influence on the spatial distribution of at finding: Introspective reflection and communi-
tention and on top-down control based on cative sharing
Bundesens Theory of Visual Attention (TVA) Mehlsen, Mimi Yung (Denmark)
Matthias, Ellen (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-071 Adult attachment styles and
PS-Tue-pm-058 Which hemisphere proces- cognitive vulnerability to depression: The me
ses the distractor? The effect of cerebral latera- diational roles of sociotropy and autonomy
lization on selective attention Merino, Hipolito (Spain)
Nishimura, Ritsuko (Japan)
PS-Tue-pm-072 The effects of associative
PS-Tue-pm-059 Is threat sufficient to bias at- learning on selective attention: The role of im-
tention? An experimental investigation plicit verses explicit associations
Notebaert, Lies (Belgium) Money, Sharon (United Kingdom)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

PS-Tue-pm-060 The rehearsal effect of ob- PS-Tue-pm-073 Structure of dysfunctional


ject-based attention on object working memo- thoughts in Chinese senior elementary school
ry students and middle school students
Pan, Yi (Peoples Republic of China) Ni, Jie (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Republic of China)
PS-Tue-pm-061 The compatibility sequential
effect and cognitive capacity PS-Tue-pm-074 Dysfunctional thoughts of
Privado Zamorano, Jesus (Spain) Chinese senior elementary school students and
middle school students: Contents, structure
PS-Tue-pm-062 Inhibitory process outside of
and status quo
the attentional focus
Ni, Jie (Hong Kong SAR of the Peoples
Rossini, Joaquim (Brazil)
Republic of China)
PS-Tue-pm-063 Error processing and atten-
PS-Tue-pm-075 The influence of emotional
tional control: ERN/Ne and Pe in a task-switch
and non-emotional stimuli on the activation of
ing paradigm
anterior cingulate cortex using a Stroop para-
Tanaka, Hideaki (Japan)
digm
PS-Tue-pm-064 Whats in a face? The per- Nitsch, Alexander M. (Germany)
ception of threat and disfigurement
PS-Tue-pm-076 Constructing and testing
Tinati, Tannaze (United Kingdom)
humor elicitation models
PS-Tue-pm-065 Conscious and unconscious Nomura, Ryota (Japan)
proportion effects in masked priming
PS-Tue-pm-077 Influences of the red/blue
van den Bussche, Eva (Belgium)
colour combination presented in the hemifield
PS-Tue-pm-066 The influence of explicit and on human performance
implicit goals on the allocation of spatial atten- Ohashi, Tomoki (Japan)
tion
PS-Tue-pm-078 Cognitive-emotional func-
Vogt, Julia (Belgium)
tioning: Role of emotional intensity in the anx
PS-Tue-pm-067 Response compatibility ef- iety
fect of gaze and arrow direction Pasquier, Aurlie (France)
Wang, Hsioa Ling (Taiwan)
PS-Tue-pm-079 Can positive emotions con-
PS-Tue-pm-068 Previous target location and tribute to improving teachers personal beliefs
movement direction increase reaction times in about their perceived self-efficacy?
a joint movement task Perandones Gonzlez, Teresa Mara (Spain)
Welsh, Timothy (Canada)
PS-Tue-pm-080 The role of the mediation of
Topic: Cognition dysfunctional attitudes in the relation between
adult attachment styles and emotional disor-
PS-Tue-pm-069 Is there an association be ders
tween social emotion recognition and moral Permuy, Beatriz (Spain)
dilemmas judgement
Martins, Ana (Portugal) PS-Tue-pm-081 The impact of emotion on
memory performance of depressive patients
Pftze, Eva-Maria (Germany)

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PS-Tue-pm-082 Attentional mechanism in de PS-Tue-pm-096 Misinformation effect in
pression emotional/neutral pictures
Pinnow, Marlies (Germany) Valeri, Sara (Italy)
PS-Tue-pm-083 The emotional Stroop effect: PS-Tue-pm-097 Neuroticism, extraversion,
Disentangling attention and threat emotion regulation, nagative affect and posi
Schupak, Assi (Israel) tive affect: The mediating roles of reappraisal
and suppression
PS-Tue-pm-084 The attachment system and
Wang, Li (Peoples Republic of China)
the defensive regulation of attention
Silva, Catarina (Portugal) PS-Tue-pm-098 A study on the development
of 36 year-old childrens emotion understand
PS-Tue-pm-085 Attentional capture by feared
ing ability from the perspective of the theory of
animal stimuli
mind
Soares, Sandra (Sweden)

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Wang, Xiao Ying (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-pm-086 Transfer effect differs in the
PS-Tue-pm-099 Affective aspects of learn
positive vs. negative emotional situations
ing: Adolescents self-concept, achievement
Sozinov, Alexei (Russia)
values, emotions and motivation in learning
PS-Tue-pm-087 Criterion validity of the mul- mathematics
tidimensional scale of irrational beliefs with Xiong, Junmei (Germany)
respect to anxiety, depression and life satisfac-
PS-Tue-pm-100 Emotional lexicon literacy as
tion
an index of emotional intelligence and a predic-
Strobel, Maria (Germany)
tor of well-being and adequate social function
PS-Tue-pm-088 Pride and self-evaluative emo ing
tions: New directions toward a social, linguistic Zammuner, Vanda (Italy)
and relational theory
PS-Tue-pm-101 Research on the name effect
Sullivan, Gavin Brent (Germany)
of implicit self-esteem in positive and negative
PS-Tue-pm-089 The functions of autobio- situation in China
graphical memory and depression Zhang, Xiaozhou (Peoples Republic of China)
Tagami, Kyoko (Japan)
PS-Tue-pm-102 The relation of mathematics
PS-Tue-pm-090 Development of a new emo- anxiety, mathematical beliefs and mathematics
tion recognition task achievement
Takahashi, Tomone (Japan) Zhang, Xiaolong (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-pm-091 Emotional memory can mo- PS-Tue-pm-103 An event-related potential
dify Posttraumatic Stress Disorder-associated study on implicit attitude processes
changes in recollective experience Zhong, Yiping (Peoples Republic of China)
Tapia, Graldine (France)
Topic: Language, reading and communica-
PS-Tue-pm-092 The emotional modulation tion
of the attentional blink: Effects of taboo and
non-taboo arousing stimuli in a dual and single PS-Tue-pm-104 The function of the bilingual
task paradigm approach in language development of pre
Tibboel, Helen (Belgium) school deaf children
Isakovic, Ljubica (Serbia)
PS-Tue-pm-093 Developing emotion educa-
tion program for elementary school students in PS-Tue-pm-105 Aphasia: Atypical case
China Pinto Monteiro das Neves, Maria Teresa (Portu-
Tong, Yuehua (Peoples Republic of China) gal)
PS-Tue-pm-094 Reshaping of sences: Metha PS-Tue-pm-107 Acquisition of social theory
forization as reinterpretation of personal psy- of mind in children using augmentative and
chological experience alternative communication
Tymofyeyeva, Nataliya (Ukraine) Sundqvist, Anett (Sweden)
PS-Tue-pm-095 The effect of physiognomi PS-Tue-pm-108 Temporal training in aphasia
cal individuality on specific emotional impres therapy
sions Szymaszek, Aneta (Poland)
Ueda, Sayako (Japan)
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PS-Tue-pm-109 Lexical cohort activation and PS-Tue-pm-122 Abstract thought A chal-
the dynamic microstructure of speech produc- lenge for theories of embodied cognition
tion Rasch, Thorsten (Germany)
Abdel Rahman, Rasha (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-123 Manipulating the frequency
PS-Tue-pm-110 What does cloze measure? of a preview word N+2: Examining lexical para-
The French validation of a shortened form of foveal-on-foveal effects in a boundary para-
standard cloze test digm
Bennacer, Halim (France) Risse, Sarah (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-111 The boundary effect and its PS-Tue-pm-124 E-mailing as a way of mak
elimination in Chinese text reading: The event- ing connections for children using augmenta
duration effect tive and alternative communication
He, Xianyou (Peoples Republic of China) Sundqvist, Anett (Sweden)
TUESDAY, 22 JULY

PS-Tue-pm-112 Understanding the internet: PS-Tue-pm-125 Reading behaviour in Ger-


Psychological word norms as indicators of que- man school children
ry-specific internet word frequencies Tiffin-Richards, Simon (Germany)
Heine, Joerg-Henrik (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-126 Modality-independent and
PS-Tue-pm-113 Semantic relatedness among modality-dependent processing of syntactic
objects promotes the activation of multiple gender violations in left cytoarchitectonic BA
phonological codes during object naming 44
Jescheniak, Jrg D. (Germany) van Ermingen, Muna (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-114 Is fluency an independent PS-Tue-pm-127 Influence of textual coher
component of reading? ence in generation of textual and extratextual
Joshi, R. Malatesha (USA) inferences in university students
Vieiro, Pilar (Spain)
PS-Tue-pm-115 The role of phonological anal
ysis act PS-Tue-pm-128 Effects of presenting mode
Jung, Hyewon (Japan) of reading material on children reading activity
Wang, Aiping (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-pm-116 Noun and verb generation
investigated with fMRI: Testing the sensory- PS-Tue-pm-129 The role of subtitle in the
motor hypothesis of semantic representations childrens incidental learning
Khader, Patrick (Germany) Wang, Aiping (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-pm-117 Participatory research in a PS-Tue-pm-130 Revisiting age of acquisition
school setting: A process of acculturation effects in Spanish word reading
Leblanc, Raymond (Canada) Wilson, Maximiliano (Italy)
PS-Tue-pm-118 Semantic interference in de- PS-Tue-pm-133 A two-year tracking study
layed picture naming: Evidence from a new set of the language awareness of immigrant mo-
of stimuli and language thers children
Lima, Cesar (Portugal) Fang, Chin-Ya (Taiwan)
PS-Tue-pm-119 Effects of double negation PS-Tue-pm-134 The neuropsychology of se-
and mismatch in Chinese sentence: Evidence cond language (L2) pronunciation talent
from eye movements Hu, Xiaochen (Germany)
Qingrong, Chen (Peoples Republic of China)
PS-Tue-pm-135 Word typicality effect on the
PS-Tue-pm-120 Differential effects of num- conceptual system in bilinguals
ber of letters on word and nonword naming Sakaki, Yuko (Japan)
latency: Revisited
PS-Tue-pm-136 Mechanisms of producing a
Raman, Ilhan (United Kingdom)
foreign language text
PS-Tue-pm-121 The role of task demands on Sekret, Iryna (Ukraine)
memory and naming RTs in a transparent or-
thography
Raman, Ilhan (United Kingdom)

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Topic: Human development PS-Tue-pm-151 General health and loneli-


ness in elders living with their own families in
PS-Tue-pm-137 What determines a mean compare to elders who were living in nursing
ingful life for Japanese mothers: The most im- homes in Tehran city
portant factor is satisfaction as a mother and Hemati Alamdarlo, Ghorban (Islamic Republic
second is satisfaction with their personal life of Iran)
unrelated with satisfaction as a wife
PS-Tue-pm-152 The effects of donepezil on
Nagahisa, Hisako (Japan)
the sleep EEG of healthy older adults: Implica-
PS-Tue-pm-138 Filial responsibility for pa- tions for sleep-related memory consolidation
rents in adults Hornung, Orla (Germany)
Sugiyama, Kanako (Japan)
PS-Tue-pm-153 Social exclusion and inequal
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Motivations, work perceptions and how it all Islam, A.K.M. Shafiul (Bangladesh)
turns out
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Weinmann-Lutz, Birgit (Germany)
through dog walking
PS-Tue-pm-141 Concern for the next gene- Kikuchi, Kazumi (Japan)
ration at work: Generativity and occupational
PS-Tue-pm-155 Berlin stays fit: A 6-month
role priorities
intervention study to improve cognitive fitness
Zacher, Hannes (Germany)
Klusmann, Verena (Germany)
PS-Tue-pm-142 The impact of a reminis-
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cence program on the psychological well-being
span: Assessing pro- and anti-longevity atti-
in aged Portuguese people
tudes
Afonso, Rosa (Portugal)
Kogan, Nathan (USA)
PS-Tue-pm-143 The role of friendship on life
PS-Tue-pm-157 Spoken word intelligibility of
satisfaction and well-being for aging adults
young and old adults with Familiarity-controlled
Pezzuti, Lina (Italy)
Word lists 2007 (FW07)
PS-Tue-pm-144 Remembering, normal aging Kondo, Tadahisa (Japan)
and executive function
PS-Tue-pm-158 People older age and life
Clarys, David (France)
contentment
PS-Tue-pm-145 Associations between nutri- Kulas, Kristina (Croatia)
tion and cognitive functioning in older adults
PS-Tue-pm-159 Aging related changes in pro
Danthiir, Vanessa (Australia)
cessing and retention for visual information
PS-Tue-pm-146 Successful ageing: A psycho Kunimi, Mitsunobu (Japan)
logical approach
PS-Tue-pm-160 Testing the relationship be
Duarte, Mafalda (Portugal)
tween personality and well-being: Contrasting
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ing house Langer, Nadine (Germany)
Ghoreyshi Rad, Fakhrossa