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... with the increasing call for reporting effect sizes (ESs) and associated confidence intervals (CIs) in journals, the first journal to adopt the practice reports on its effectiveness for the past few years, including statistics on usage, conclusions on reporting practices, and techniques for reporting summary statistics.                                   → more "Did You Know"s...

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  Article of the Month:   September

Interpersonal Guilt Measure
The studies reported here describe the development of a new instrument designed to operationalize and assess several types of interpersonal guilt related to the fear of harming others and emphasized in several contemporary views of social development and psychopathology." "The two versions of this study, a 45-item and 67-item version, include theoretically-based and clinically relevant categories of guilt." There are four factors: Survivor guilt, separation/disloyalty guilt, omnipotent responsibility guilt, self-hate guilt...   (More...)
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