Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin is a scientific journal published by SAGE Publications for the Society for Personality and Social Psychology (SPSP). It publishes original empirical papers on subjects like social cognition, attitudes, group processes, social influence, intergroup relations, self and identity, nonverbal communication, and social psychological aspects of affect, emotion and language. According to Thomson Reuters 2008 Journal Citation Reports, Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin was ranked at 7/50 in the Psychology, Social category.

Publisher
SAGE Publications
History
1974-present
Website
http://psp.sagepub.com/
Impact factor
2.455 (2008)

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Some patients feel shame, anxiety or fear immediately before seeing their doctor, making them tense. But if they can relax and become calm, patients will likely pay attention to and better comprehend health messages, suggests ...

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