Contents: A theoretical foundation of speed and concentration tests; Effects of clinical case priming on the activation of encapsulated knowledge: differences between medical experts and subexpert; General psychology and William James; Is attention knowledge directed towards relevant information? a developed study; The perceptual magnet effect: a review of empirical findings and theoretical implications; The relationship between cognitive flexibility and affinity seeking strategies; Reputation enhancing goals; Integrating reputation enhancement and goal setting theory as an explanation of delinquent involvement; Structural equation modelling -- a new tool for the psychologist; Whither automaticity and human performance?;
The role of stress, depression, and other psychosocial factors in initiation to smoking; Advances in the study of sociotropy: autonomy and depression; Psychological and socio-cultural correlates of eating disorders in the Mediterranean area; Analysing group work process towards a conceptual framework and systematic statistical analysis; Reference and evaluation versus expectancy and preparation; When people belong to more than one group; A fit-based approach to multiple categorisation.
Frank Columbus, Editor