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Subject: Locating article from Journal of Psychology
Category: Reference, Education and News > Teaching and Research
Asked by: top19-ga
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Posted: 01 Aug 2006 20:33 PDT
Expires: 31 Aug 2006 20:33 PDT
Question ID: 751699
Higbee, K.L. and Clay, S.L., College students' beliefs in the
ten-percent myth, Journal of Psychology, 132:469-476, 1998.

While reading an article about the brain I found this reference. I
have been unable to locate the article.

Help me find where I can read a copy of the article, and if possible
order a microfilm or back issue of the issue of the magazine the
article was in.
Subject: Re: Locating article from Journal of Psychology
Answered By: bobbie7-ga on 01 Aug 2006 21:54 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars
Hello Top19,

The full text of the article ?College students' beliefs in the
ten-percent myth? from The Journal of Psychology, date: September 1,
1998, by Samuel L Clay,  is available online with a Free (7 day) Trial
of HighBeam Research.

Below you will find a list of all the articles in the September 1998
issue of The Journal of Psychology.

You may also read these with your free 7 day trial of HighBeam Research.

Which stress matters? The examination of temporal aspects of stress.
by Golander, Hava 

College students' beliefs in the ten-percent myth.
by Clay, Samuel L. 

The influence of physical state and color on perceived sweetness.
by Alley, Thomas R. 

Pleasure and complexity: Berlyne revisited. (psychologist D.E. Berlyne)
by Messinger, Sandra M. 

The relationship between job satisfaction and personal characteristics
of Turkish workers.
by Bilgic, Reyhan 

Cognitive ability and job experience as predictors of work performance.
by Silverman, Stanley B. 

Adolescents' perceptions of paternal and maternal parenting styles in
a Chinese context.
by Shek, Daniel T.L. 

Premenstrual symptoms in Mexican women with different educational levels.
by Montesinos, Aline 

Relationship of maternal and general self-acceptance to pre- and
postpartum affective experience.
by Itskowitz, Rivka 

Assessing intimacy with the best friend and the sexual partner during
adolescence: the PAIR-M inventory. (Personal Assessment of Intimacy in
by Theriault, Jocelyne 

First impressions versus good impressions: the effect of
self-regulation on interview evaluations.
by Bartels, Lynn K. 

You can read the full text of all of these articles online with the
Free 7 day Trial of HighBeam Research.

Click on the title of the article and then on the link ?Read the full
article with a Free Trial of HighBeam Research?

Search terms:
College students' beliefs in the ten-percent myth

I hope the information provided is helpful!

Best regards,

Request for Answer Clarification by top19-ga on 01 Aug 2006 22:24 PDT
Where can I order a back issue (reproduction of the actual issue) of
the September 1998 issue?

Clarification of Answer by bobbie7-ga on 01 Aug 2006 22:40 PDT
I found out that the Journal of Psychology is published by Heldref Publications
Journal of psychology
Heldref Publications

I went to Heldref Publications and back issues can be ordered by email.

"Back Issues: 
If you would like a back issue of a Heldref magazine or journal, please email:
Back issues are copies of an entire journal or magazine volume."

I hope this helps!

Best regards, 
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