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Kameda, Takezawa, Tindale, & Smith, 2002; Kaplan, Schniter, Smith, & Wilson, 2012; Pietras, Cherek
, Lane, & Tcheremissine, 2006; Ward, Eastman, & Ninness, 2009).
At the same time, some research on users of the substance has found impulsivity disorders, suggesting behavioral disinhibition (Michel & Lang, 2003), impulsive decision making (Dassanayake et al., 2012; Lane, Tcheremissine, Lieving, Nouvion, & Cherek
, 2005), and deficits in response inhibition (Acheson, Reynolds, Richards, & de Wit, 2006).
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Aggressive responding on the "Point Subtraction Aggression Paradigm" (PSAP; Cherek
, Schnapp, Moeller, & Dougherty, 1996; Cherek
, Moeller, Schnapp, & Dougherty, 1997) shows convergent validity with aggression outside the lab, for example with violent criminals scoring higher than nonviolent criminals.
(4.) Lane SD, Cherek
DR, Tcheremissine OV, Lieving LM, Pietras CJ.
Como tambem colocam que os dependentes de multiplas substancias sao mais impulsivos do que aqueles dependentes de uma unica substancia (Allen, Moeller, Rhoades, & Cherek
, 1998; Moss, Yao, & Panzak, 1990; O'Boyle & Barratt, 1993; Patton, Stanford, & Barratt, 1995).
Athletes participating in high contact sports also have significantly more aggressive responses in a non-sporting context than those in low contact sports (Huang, Cherek
, & Lane, 1999).
Lane, S.D.; Cherek
, D.R.; Pietras, C.J.; and Tcheremissine, O.V.
SO finally, after months of tedious speculation, we have photographic proof that Cheryl and Derek are officially Cherek