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Psychological and Disease Study of Children
Translated from the Chinese edition
Editor(s)-in-Chief:CNKI Science & Technology Bilingual Publishing Press
Publisher(s):China Academic Journals (CD Edition) Electronic Publishing House Co., Ltd.

First Published: 2021.12.24
Discipline(s): Medical Science;Psychology
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  • This book focuses on children, and collects the psychological research on their depression, social activities, and learning and cognition, and the epidemic surveillance, as well as the Chinese and Western medicine study on their respiratory and digestive diseases, etc.

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5. Meta-Stereotype Threat Effects on Working Memory Among Migrant Children: Mediating Effects of Intergroup Anxiety

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6. Relations between Preference for Solitude and Psychological Adjustment in Middle Childhood and Early Adolescence: A Moderated Mediating Model

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7. Congruency sequence effects in 9–10-year-old children and young adults

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8. Paying-it-forward effect of resource allocation in preschoolers: Role of theory of mind and empathy

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9. Equity Sensitivity of 2–3 Years Old Children in Distribution Condition

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10. Fairness cognition-behavior gap in 4- to 8-year-old children: The role of social comparison

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11. Maternal positive parenting behaviors and toddler’s compliance: Prediction from maternal sensitivity in infancy and bidirectional effects of autonomy encouragement in toddlerhood

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12. Children’s Resource Acquisition Behaviors in the Situation of Potential Conflict: A Cross-cultural Study of Chinese and Canadian 7 Years Old Children

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13. Effects of phonological memory and central executive function on decoding, language comprehension of children in different grades

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14. Saccade targeting defects of Chinese children with developmental dyslexia: Evidence from novel word learning in reading

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15. The modulation of reading level on the development of children’s eye movement characteristics: Evidence from 9- to 11-year-old children

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16. The role of morphological awareness in Chinese children’s reading comprehension: The mediating effect of word reading fluency

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17. Interaction between native and second language processing: evidence from a functional magnetic resonance imaging study of Chinese-English bilingual children

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18. The influence of testimony’s confidence and exploration on 5-year-old children’s causal inference

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19. The development of preschool children’s inductive reasoning about weight: A cross-cultural comparison of Sino-US

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20. The effect of central executive load on strategy use of computational estimation in children with mathematical disability

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