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EFFECTS OF AGE AND SOCIAL COMPARISON UPON CHILDREN'S NON-CONTINGENT SELF-REINFORCEMENT AND THE VALUE OF A REINFORCER = EFFETS DE L'AGE ET DE LA COMPARAISON SOCIALE SUR L'AUTORENFORCEMENT NON CONTINGENT CHEZ L'ENFANT ET LA VALEUR D'UN AGENT DE RENFORCEMENTMASTERS JC.1973; CHILD DEVELOP.; U.S.A.; DA. 1973; VOL. 44; NO 1; PP. 111-116; BIBL. 8REF.Article

DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGYMASTERS JC.1981; ANNU. REV. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0066-4308; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 32; PP. 117-151; BIBL. 8 P.Article

SELF-REINFORCEMENT AND GENEROSITY FOLLOWING TWO TYPES OF ALTRUISTIC BEHAVIOR.MASTERS JC; PISAROWICZ PA.1975; CHILD DEVELOP.; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 46; NO 2; PP. 313-318; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

SOCIAL REINFORCEMENT AND SELF-GRATIFICATION: EFFECTS OF ABSOLUTE AND SOCIALLY COMPARED LEVELS OF NURTURANCEMASTERS JC; SANTROCK JW.1982; J. GENET. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0022-1325; USA; DA. 1982; VOL. 140; NO 1; PP. 59-69; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

PEER INTERACTIONS, SOCIOMETRIC STATUS, AND RESISTANCE TO DEVIATION IN YOUNG CHILDRENFURMAN W; MASTERS JC.1980; DEVELOP. PSYCHOL.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 16; NO 3; PP. 229-236; BIBL. 15 REF.Article

SELF-REINFORCEMENT PROCESSES IN CHILDRENMASTERS JC; MOKROS JR.1974; ADV. CHILD DEVELOP. BEHAV.; U.S.A.; DA. 1974; VOL. 9; PP. 151-187; BIBL. 3P.Article

CONSENSUAL AND DISCRIMINATIVE STEREOTYPY OF SEX-TYPE JUDGMENTS BY PARENTS AND CHILDREN.MASTERS JC; WILKINSON A.1976; CHILD DEVELOP.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 47; NO 1; PP. 208-217; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

STUDIES IN THE SELF-REGULATION OF BEHAVIOR: EFFECTS OF CONTINGENT COGNITIVE AND AFFECTIVE EVENTS.MASTERS JC; SANTROCK JW.1976; DEVELOP. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 12; NO 4; PP. 334-348; BIBL. 30 REF.Article

AFFECTIVE CONSEQUENCES OF SOCIAL REINFORCEMENT, PUNISHMENT, AND NEUTRAL BEHAVIORFURMAN W; MASTERS JC.1980; DEVELOP. PSYCHOL.; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 16; NO 2; PP. 100-104; BIBL. 9 REF.Article

EFFECTS OF AFFECTIVE STATE ON NONCONTIGENT OUTCOME EXPECTANCIES AND BELIEFS IN INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL CONTROL.MASTERS JC; FURMAN W.1976; DEVELOP. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 12; NO 5; PP. 481-482; BIBL. 5 REF.Article

POPULARITY INDIVIDUAL FRIENDSHIP SELECTION, AND SPECIFIC PEER INTERACTION AMONG CHILDRENMASTERS JC; FURMAN W.1981; DEV. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0012-1649; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 17; NO 3; PP. 344-350; BIBL. 22 REF.Article

AFFECTIVE STATES, EXPRESSIVE BEHAVIOR AND LEARNING IN CHILDRENMASTERS JC; BARDEN RC; FORD ME et al.1979; J. PERSONALITY SOC. PSYCHOL.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 37; NO 3; PP. 380-390; BIBL. 24 REF.Article

EFFECTS OF ACHIEVEMENT STANDARDS, TANGIBLE REWARDS, AND SELF-DISPENSED ACHIEVEMENT EVALUATIONS ON CHILDREN'S MASTERY.MASTERS JC; FURMAN W; BARDEN RC et al.1977; CHILD DEVELOP.; U.S.A.; DA. 1977; VOL. 48; NO 1; PP. 217-224; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

EFFECTS OF SELF-DISPENSED AND EXTERNALLY DISPENSED MODEL CONSEQUENCES ON ACQUISITION, SPONTANEOUS AND OPPOSITIONAL IMITATION, AND LONG-TERM RETENTION.MASTERS JC; GORDON FR; CLARK LV et al.1976; J. PERSONALITY SOC. PSYCHOL.; U.S.A.; DA. 1976; VOL. 33; NO 4; PP. 421-430; BIBL. 23 REF.Article

CHILDREN'S STRATEGIES FOR CONTROLLING AFFECTIVE RESPONSES TO AVERSIVE SOCIAL EXPERIENCEMASTERS JC; FORD ME; AREND RA et al.1983; MOTIVATION AND EMOTION; ISSN 0146-7239; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 7; NO 1; PP. 103-116; BIBL. 2 P.Article

ADULTS' EMOTIONAL STATES AND RECOGNITION OF EMOTION IN YOUNG CHILDRENCARLSON CR; GANTZ FP; MASTERS JC et al.1983; MOTIVATION AND EMOTION; ISSN 0146-7239; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 7; NO 1; PP. 81-101; BIBL. 2 P.Article

EFFECTS OF RELATIVE NURTURANCE AND SOCIAL POWER ON OBSERVATIONAL LEARNING AND IMITATION. = EFFETS DU POUVOIR SOCIAL ET DE LA GRATIFICATION RELATIVE SUR L'APPRENTISSAGE OBSERVATIONNEL ET L'IMITATIONMASTERS JC; ANDERSON EP; FITZPATRICK LJ et al.1975; J. RES. PERSONALITY; U.S.A.; DA. 1975; VOL. 9; NO 3; PP. 200-210; BIBL. 11 REF.Article

INFLUENCE OF CHILDREN'S EMOTIONAL STATES ON THE RECOGNITION OF EMOTION IN PEERS AND SOCIAL MOTIVES TO CHANGE ANOTHER'S EMOTIONAL STATECARLSON CR; SCHWARTZ FELLEMAN E; MASTERS JC et al.1983; MOTIVATION AND EMOTION; ISSN 0146-7239; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 7; NO 1; PP. 61-79; BIBL. 2 P.Article

EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES OF AFFECTIVE STATES IN CHILDRENMASTERS JC; FELLEMAN ES; BARDEN RC et al.1981; ADVANCES IN CLINICAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY; ISSN 0149-4732; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 4; PP. 91-118; BIBL. 4 P.Article

MODELING AND LABELING AS INTEGRATED DETERMINANTS OF CHILDREN'S SEX-TYPED IMITATIVE BEHAVIORMASTERS JC; FORD ME; AREND R et al.1979; CHILD DEVELOP.; USA; DA. 1979; VOL. 50; NO 2; PP. 364-371; BIBL. 16 REF.Article

CHILDREN'S CONSENSUAL KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE EXPERIENTIAL DETERMINANTS OF EMOTIONBARDEN RC; ZELKO FA; DUNCAN SW et al.1980; J. PERS. SOC. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0022-3514; USA; DA. 1980; VOL. 39; NO 5; PP. 968-976; BIBL. 18 REF.Article

CUMULATIVE EFFECTS OF INDUCED AFFECTIVE STATES IN CHILDREN: ACCENTUATION, INNOCULATION, AND REMEDIATIONBARDEN RC; GARBER J; DUNCAN SW et al.1981; J. PERS. SOC. PSYCHOL.; ISSN 0022-3514; USA; DA. 1981; VOL. 40; NO 4; PP. 750-760; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

CHILDREN'S AND ADULTS' RECOGNITION OF SPONTANEOUS AND POSED EMOTIONAL EXPRESSIONS IN YOUNG CHILDRENSCHWARTZ FELLEMAN E; BARDEN RC; CARLSON CR et al.1983; DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY; ISSN 0012-1649; USA; DA. 1983; VOL. 19; NO 3; PP. 405-413; BIBL. 20 REF.Article

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