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Psicologia: Reflexão e Crítica
2017, 30
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Psychological Assessment
Predictors of happiness among retired from urban and rural areas in Brazil
Silvia Miranda Amorim Lucia Helena de F. P. França Felipe Valentini
Homework self-regulation strategies: a gender and educational-level invariance analysis
Irene Cadime Joana Cruz Carla Silva Iolanda Ribeiro
Brazilian study of adaptation and psychometric properties of the Coping Health Inventory for Parents
Regina Basso Zanon Mônia Aparecida Da Silva Euclides José De Mendonça Filho Denise Ruschel Bandeira Manoel Antônio Dos Santos Ricardo Halpern Cleonice Alves Bosa
Scale development: ten main limitations and recommendations to improve future research practices
Fabiane F. R. Morgado Juliana F. F. Meireles Clara M. Neves Ana C. S. Amaral Maria E. C. Ferreira
Health Psychology
Drug use prevention projects in schools in Vitória, Brazil: quality analysis and improvement proposals
Elizeu Borloti Maria Victoria Hidalgo García Virginia Sanchez Jiménez Maria Fátima Oliver Sudbrack
Experimental Psychology
Morphological priming development in Brazilian Portuguese-speaking children
Bruno Stefani Ferreira de Oliveira Francis Ricardo dos Reis Justi
A note on motor skill acquisition in mild and moderate Down syndrome individuals
Roberto Gimenez Marcelo Luis Marquezi Ernani Xavier Filho Edison de J. Manoel
Relations between mental workload and decision-making in an organizational setting
María Soria-Oliver Jorge S. López Fermín Torrano
Learning by exclusion in individuals with autism and Down syndrome
Luiza Costa Langsdorff Camila Domeniconi Andréia Schmidt Camila Graciella Gomes Deisy das Graças de Souza
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