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SAGE Publications Inc. United States
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Current Directions in Psychological Science focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: recollection, improve, importance, implemented, immunityattitude, ignoringthe, highway, healthstress, harmexecutive, information, ...

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recollection, improve, importance, implemented, immunityattitude, ignoringthe, highway, healthstress, harmexecutive, information, insights, methodology, mechanisms, laughterbuddhist, languagethe, jam, intuitive, intentionsnature, instructional, grasp, functionfalse, false, brain, cognition, confessionshow, coping, courses, criterial, developmentstress, dyslexiaretrieval, efficient, embodied, emotion, emotions, energy, evolution, exam, expectations, NA

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