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Jaager Johan Jacob de ( ) : Physiologiste néerlandais. Il s'est intéressé à la mesure de la vitesse de la pensée (temps de réaction). Étudiant de Donders.

 
 
 
 
 
 
JACKENDOFF - JACKLIN - JACOBSON - JAKOBSON - JALOUSIE - JAMES - JANET - JANIS - JAPON - JASTROW - JAZZ - JE
Jacccard Roland (Lausanne 1941-) : Psychologue et essayiste suisse.
 JACCARD, R. (1975). L'homme aux loups. Éditions Universitaires - Psychotheque.
 JACCARD, R. (1975). L'exil intérieur : Schizoïdie et civilisation. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
 JACCARD, R. (1983/93). La folie : essai. PUF/Que sais-je?.
 JACCARD, R. et THÉVOZ, M. (1992). Manifeste pour une mort douce. Paris : Grasset.
 JACCARD, R. (1995). Le cimetière de la morale. Presses Universitaires de France.
Jackendoff Ray (Chicago 1945-) : Linguiste américain. Étudiant de Chomsky. Collaborateur de Bloom et Pinker.
JACKENDOFF, R. (1990). Semantic structures. MIT Press
JACKENDOFF, R. (1991). The paradox of language acquisition. Teaching Thinking & Problem Solving 13 (5), 1-6.
JACKENDOFF, R. (1996). How language helps us think. Pragmatics & Cognition 4, 1-34.
JACKENDOFF, R. (1999). The representational structures of the language faculty and their interactions. in C. Brown & P. Hagoort (Eds.), The neurocognition of language (pp. 37-79). Oxford University Press.
JACKENDOFF, R. & PINKER, S. (2005). The nature of the language faculty and its implications for evolution of language (Reply to Fitch, Hauser, and Chomsky). Cognition, 97 (2), 211-225. [PDF]
Jacklin Carol Nagy (Chicago 1939-2011) : Psychologue féministe américaine. Elle s'est intéressée aux différences sexuelles et à l'identité de genre. = Carol Louise Nagy. Collaboratrice de Maccoby.
JACKLIN, C.N. (1981). Methodological issues in the study of sex-related differences. Developmental Review, 1 (3), 266-273.
JACKLIN, C.N. & MACCOBY, E.E. (1982). Length of labor and sex of offspring. Journal of Pediatric Psychology, 7 (4), 355-360.
JACKLIN, C.N., DIPIETRO, J.A. & MACCOBY, E.E. (1984). Sex-typing behavior and sex-typing pressure in child/parent interaction. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 13 (5), 413-425.
JACKLIN, C.N., WILCOX, K.T. & MACCOBY, E.E. (1988). Neonatal sex-steroid hormones and cognitive abilities at six years. Developmental Psychobiology, 21, 567-574.
JACKLIN, C.N. (1989). Female and male : Issues of gender. American Psychologist, 44 (2), 127-133.
Jackson
Donald Deavila Jackson Douglas Northrop Jackson Frank Cameron Jackson
    John Hughlings Jackson
 
Jackson Donald deAvila (Oakland 1920-1968 Foster City) : Psychiatre américain, pionnier de la thérapie familiale et de la thérapie brève et chef de file de l'École de Palo-Alto. Collaborateur de Bateson, Bavelas, Haley, Watzlawick et Weakland. = Don D. Jackson.

BATESON, G., JACKSON, D.D., HALEY, J. & WEAKLAND, J.H. (1956). Toward a theory of schizophrenia. Behavioral Science, 1, 251-264.
JACKSON, D.D. (1959). The etiology of schizophrenia. New York : Basic Books.
JACKSON, D.D. (1964). Myths of madness : New facts for old fallacies. New York : MacMillian Pub. Co.
WATZLAWICK, P., BEAVIN-BAVELAS, J. & JACKSON, D. (1972). Une logique de la communication. Paris : Seuil.
JACKSON, D.D. & LEDERER, W. (1968). Therapy, communication and change : Human communication (Vol. 2). Palo Alto, CA : Science & Behavior Books.
Jackson Douglas Northrop (1929-2004) : Psychométricien canadien et spécialiste de l'étude de la personnalité. (et de sa mesure/évaluation). Il est un des signataires du Groupe des 52. Collaborateur de Rushton et Vernon.
JACKSON, D.N. (1971). The dynamics of structured personality tests. Psychological Review, 78 (3), 229-248.
JACKSON, D.N. (1972). A model for inferential accuracy. Canadian Psychologist, 13, 185-195.
JACKSON, D.N., CHAN, D.W. & STRICKER, L.J. (1979). Implicit personality theory : Is it illusory. Journal of Personality, 47, 1-10.
JACKSON, D.N., PEACOCK, A.C. & SMITH, J.C. (1980). Impressions of personality in the employment interview. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 39, 294-307.
JACKSON, D.N. & ROTTHSTEIN, M.G. (1993). Evaluating personalty testing in personnel selection. The psychologist, 6, 8-11.
 
RUSHTON, J.P. (2004). Douglas N. Jackson obituary. Intelligence 33 (2005) 1-3.
PAUNONEN, S.V. (2005). Douglas N. Jackson (1929-2004): Obituary. American Psychologist, 60 (4), 335.
Jackson Frank Cameron (1943-) : Philosophe et épistémologue australien. Collaborateur de Chalmers.
JACKSON, F.C., PARGETTER, R. & PRIOR, E.W. (1982). Functionalism and type-type identity theories. Philosophical Studies, 42, 209-225.
JACKSON, F.C. (1982). Epiphenomenal qualia. Philosophical Quarterly, 32, 127, 127-136.
JACKSON, F.C. & BRADDON-MITCHELLl, D. (1996). The philosophy of mind and cognition. Basil Blackwell.
JACKSON, F.C. (1998). Reference and description revisited. Philosophical Perspectives : Language, Mind & Ontology, 12, 201-218.
CHALMERS, D.J. & JACKSON, F.C. (2001). Conceptual analysis and reductive explanation. Philosophical Review, 110, 315-361.
Jackson John Hughlings (Green Hammerton 1835-1911 Londres) : Médecin et neurologue anglai, spécialisé dans l'étude et le traitement de l'épilepsie.
JACKSON, J.H. (1867). Remarks on the disorderly movements of chorea and convulsion. Medical Times Gazette, 2, 669-670.
JACKSON, J.H. (1873). On the anatomical, physiological, and pathological investigations of epilepsies. West Riding Lunatic Asylum Medical Reports, 3, 315-349.
JACKSON, J.H. (1876). On epilepsies and on the after-effects of epileptic discharges (Todd and Robertson's hypothesis). West Riding Lunatic Asylum Medical Reports, 6, 266-309.
JACKSON, J.H. (1882). On post-epileptic states : a contribution to the comparative study of insanities. The Journal of Mental Science, 34, 349-365.
JACKSON, J.H. (1887). Remarks on the evolution and dissolution of the nervous system. British Journal of Psychiatry, 33, 25-48.
 
BROADBENT, W. (1903). Hughlings Jackson as a pioneer in nervous physiology and pathology, Brain, 26, 305-366/356-366 YORK, G.K. & STEINBERG, D.A. (1995). Hughlings Jackson’s theory of recovery. Neurology, 45, 834-838.
BUZZARD, E.F. (1934). Hughlings Jackson and his influence on neurology. Lancet, 2, 909-913. CRITCHLEY, M. & CRITCHLEY, E.A. (1998). John Hughlings Jackson : Father of english neurology. Oxford University Press.
FOERSTER, O. (1936). The motor cortex in man in the light of Hughlings Jackson's doctrines. Brain, 59 (2), 135-159. BALCELLS, R.M. (1999). Contribution of John Hughlings Jackson to the understanding of epilepsy. Neurologia, 14 (1), 23-28.
RIESE, W. (1956). The sources of Jacksonian Neurology. Journal of Nervous Mental Diseases, 50, 125-134.  
GREENBLATT, S.H. (1965). The major influences on the early life and work of John Hughlings Jackson. Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 39, 374-376. BERRIOS, G.E. (2001). The factors of insanities : J. Hughlings Jackson. History of Psychiatry, 12 (47), 353-373.
PHILLIPS, C.G. (1973). Proceedings : Hughlings Jackson Lecture. Cortical localization and sensori motor processes at the middle levelin primates. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, 66 (10), 987-1002. YORK, G.K. & STEINBERG, D.A. (2002). Hughlings Jackson,s philosophical motivation. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, 96, 314-318.
DEWHURST, K. (1982). K. Hughlings Jackson and neurology . Oxford : Sandford Publications. FRANZ, E. & GILLETT, G. (2011). John Hughlings Jackson's evolutionary neurology : a unifying framework for cognitive neuroscience. Brain, 134, 3114-3120.
BERRIOS, G.E. (1985). Positive and negative symptoms and Jackson. A conceptual history. Archives of General Psychiatry, 42 (1), 95-97. YORK, G.K. & STEINBERG, D.A. (2011). Hughlings Jackson's neurological ideas. Brain, 134 (10), 3106-3113. [PDF]
SWASH, M. (1986). John Hughlings-Jackson : A sesquicentennial tribute. Journal of Neurology Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 49 (9), 981-985. [PDF] GILLETT, G. & FRANZ, E. (2013). John Hughlings Jackson : bridging theory and clinical observation. Lancet, 381 (9866), 528-529. [PDF]
Jacob François (Nancy 1920-2013) : Biochimiste français et lauréat du prix Nobel de physiologie et de médecine en 1965 pour ses travaux sur le contrôle génétique des synthèse enzymatiques et virales (avec Lwoff et Monod.) Il soutient la thèse que les humains sont biologiquement programmé pour apprendre et que la plupart des phénomènes que l'on attribue en totalité ou en partie à la génétique (intelligence, personnalité, etc.) sont en fait le produit de cette faculté innée d'apprendre. Élu à l'Académie en 1996 (fauteuil 38). Il a dit : «L'évolution procède comme un bricoleur qui pendant des millions et des millions d'années, remanierait lentement son oeuvre, la retouchant sans cesse, coupant ici, allongeant là, saisissant toutes les occasions d'ajuster, de transformer, de créer».
JACOB, F. & WOLLMAN, É. (1961). Sexuality and the genetics of bacteria. Academic Press.
JACOB, F. (1970). La logique du vivant, une histoire de l’hérédité. Paris : Gallimard.
JACOB, F. (1981). Le jeu des possibles, essai sur la diversité du vivant. Paris : Fayard.
JACOB, F. (1987). La statue intérieure. Paris : Odile Jacob.
JACOB, F. (1997). La souris, la mouche et l’Homme. Paris : Odile Jacob.
 
Jacobson/Jakobson
Edith Jacobson John W. Jacobson Neil S. Jacobson
Edmund Jacobson Lenore F. Jacobson Roman Jakobson
 
Jacobson Edith (Haynau Allemagne 1897-1978 Rochester New York) : Psychanalyste d'origine allemande, membre du Groupe de New-York, et chef de file de la psychologie du moi. Elle est également membre de l'Institut de Psychanalyse de New York.
JACOBSON, E. (1954). The self and object world : vicissitudes of their infantile cathexes and their influence on ideational and affective development. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 9, 75-127.
JACOBSON, E. (1957). Normal and pathological moods : their nature and functions. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 12, 73-126.
JACOBSON, E. (1959). The exceptions : An elaboration of Freud's character study. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 14, 135-414.
JACOBSON, E. (1961). Adolescent moods and the remodeling of psychic structures in adolescence. The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, 16, 164-183.
JACOBSON, E. (1971). Depression. New York : IUP.
Jacobson Edmund (Chicago 1888-1983 Chicago) : Médecin américain, spécialiste de la relaxation et inventeur du bio feed-beck thérapeutique (progressive relaxation).
JACOBSON, E. (1982). The human mind : A physiological clarification. University of California : Charles C. Thomas Publisher, Limited.
 
 
McGUIGAN, F.J. (1986). Obituary : Edmund Jacobson (1888-1983). American Psychologist, 41 (3), 315-316.
Jacobson John W. (1949-2004) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de l'autisme. Collaborateur de Mulick.

JACOBSON, J.W. & MULICK, J.A. (1994). Facilitated communication : Better education through applied ideology. Journal of Behavioral Education, 14, 95-107.
JACOBSON, J.W. & MULICK, J.A. (1994). The power of positive stereotyping or... Have you changed the way you think yet ? Psychology in Mental Retardation & Developmental Disabilities 19 (3), 8-16.
JACOBSON, J.W., MULICK, J.A. & SCHWARTZ, A.A. (1995). A history of facilitated communication : Science, pseudoscience, and antiscience science working group on facilitated communication. American Psychologist, 50 (9), 750-765. [PDF]
JACOBSON, J.W., MULICK, J.A. & GREEN, G. (1998). Cost-benefit estimates for early intensive behavioral intervention for young children with autism - general model and single state case. Behavioral Interventions, 13 (4), 201-226.
JACOBSON, J.W. & MULICK, J.A. (2000). System and cost research issues in treatment for people with autistic disorders. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 30, 585-594.
 
SILVERMAN, W. (2006). John W. Jacobson (1949-2004). American Psychologist, 61 (3), 253.
Jacobson Lenore F. ( ) : Psychosociologue américaine. Elle a montré l'existence de l'effet pygmalion en milieu scolaire. Collaborateur de Rosenthal.
ROSENTHAL, R. et JACOBSON, L. (1968/71/94). Pygmalion in the classroom / Pygmalion à l'école : l'attente du maître et le développement intellectuel des élèves. New York : Holt, Rinehart & Winston/Casterman.
INSEL, P.M. & JACOBSON, L. (1975). What do you expect ? An enquiry into self- fulfilling prophecies. Menlo Park, CA : Cummings.
 
Jacobson Neil S. (1949-1999) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste, spécialisé dans la thérapie de couple et l'étude de la dépression, et pionnier de la thérapie de l'activation comportementale. Collaborateur de Addis, Dimidjan, Dobson, Hollon, Margolin, Martell et Strosahl.
JACOBSON, N.S. & TRUAX, P. (1991). Clinical significance : A statistical approach to defining meaningful change in psychotherapy research. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 59, 12-19. [PDF]
JACOBSON, N.S. & ADDIS, M.E. (1993). Research on couples and couple therapy what do we know? Where are we going ? Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 61 (1), 85-93. [PDF]
JACOBSON, N.S., DOBSON, K.S., TRUAX, P.A., ADDIS, M.E., KOERNER, K., GOLLAN, J.K., GORTNER, E. & PRINCE, S.E. (1996). A component analysis of cognitive-behavioral treatment for depression. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 64, 295-304.
JACOBSON, N.S., ROBERTS, L.J., BERNS, S.B. & MCGLINCHEY, J.B. (1999). Methods for defining and determining the clinical significance of treatment effects : description, application, and alternatives. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 67 (3), 300-307. [PDF]
JACOBSON, N.S., MARTELL, C.R. & DIMIDJIAN, S. (2001). Behavioral activation therapy for depression : Returning to contextual roots. Clinical Psychology : Science & Practice, 8 (3), 255-270. [PDF]
Jacoby Larry L. (1944-) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la mémoire et de la répétition. Collaborateur de Craik, Lockhart, McElree, Rhodes et Yonelinas.
 JACOBY, L.L. & RADTKE, R.C. (1969). Effects of contiguity and meaningfulness of relevant and irrelevant attributes on concept formation. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 81, 454-459. [PDF]
 JACOBY, L.L. (1983). Remembering the data : Analyzing interactive processes in reading. Journal of Verbal Learning & Verbal Behavior, 22, 485-508. [PDF]
 JACOBY, L.L., BAKER, J.G. & BROOKS, L.R. (1989). Episodic effects on picture identification : Implications for theories of concept learning and theories of memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 15, 275-281. [PDF]
 JACOBY, L.L. (1999). Ironic effects of repetition : Measuring age-related differences in memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 25, 3-22. [PDF]
 JACOBY, L.L. & RHODES, M.G. (2006). False remembering in the aged. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 15, 49-53. [PDF]
 
 LINDSAY, D.S., KELLEY, C.M., YONELINAS, A.P. & ROEDIGER, H.L. (Eds.) (2014). Remembering : Attributions, processes, and control in human memory : Papers in honour of Larry L. Jacoby (pp. 15-28). New York : Psychology Press.
Jacquard Albert (Lyon 1925-2013 Paris) : Biologiste, généticien, philosophe humaniste et vulgarisateur scientifique français. Collaborateur de Kahn.
 JACQUARD, A. (1971). Structures génétiques des populations. Paris : Masson.
 JACQUARD, A. (1981). Éloge de la différence. Paris : Le Seuil.
 JACQUARD, A. (1989). Abécédaire de l'ambiguïté. Paris : Seuil.
 JACQUARD, A. (2001). La science à l’usage des non-scientifiques. Paris : Calmann-Lévy.
 JACQUARD, A. (2002). De l’angoisse à l’espoir : Leçons d’écologie humaine. Paris : Calmann-Lévy.
 
 DESHAIES B. (1994). Albert Jacquard... et l’angoisse de l’avenir. Nuit blanche, magazine littéraire, 56, 51-56. [PDF]
NAU, J.-Y. (2013 ). Albert Jacquard (1925-2013): un généticien humain. Revue Medicale Suisse, 399, 1748-1749. [PDF]
Jahnke John C. (1929-2011) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain et spécialiste de l'effet l'effet Ranschburg.
JAHNKE, J.C. (1965). Primacy and recency effects in serial-position curves of immediate recall. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 70 (1), 130-132.
JAHNKE, J.C. (1968). Delayed recall and the serial-position effect of short-term memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 76 (4), 618-622.
JAHNKE, J.C. (1968). The Ranschburg paradox. Michigan University Ann Arbor.
JAHNKE, J.C. (1969). The Ranschburg effect. Psychological Review, 76 (6), 592-605.
JAHNKE J.C. & BOWER R.E. (1983). Are there two Ranschburg effects ? The American journal of psychology, 99 (2), 275-288.
Jahoda
Gustav Jahoda Marie Jahoda
 
Jahoda Gustav (Vienne 1920-) : Psychologue et sociologue anglais d'origine autrichienne, spécialisé dans l'étude de la culture.
 JAHODA, G. (1961). White man : A study of the attitudes of Africans to Europeans before independence. London/New York : Oxford University Press.
 JAHODA, G. (1974). The psychology of superstition. New York : J. Aronson.
 JAHODA, G. (1982/89). Psychology and anthropology : a psychological perspective. U.K. : Academic Press/ Psychologie et anthropologie. Paris : Armand Colin.
 JAHODA, G. (1997). Always something new out of Africa', iN M.H. Bond (Ed.), Working at the interface of cultures : Eighteen lives in social science (pp. 27-37). Routeledge
 JAHODA, G. (2001). Crossing cultures. In G.C. Bunn (Ed.), Psychology in Britain : Historical Essays and personal reflections (pp. 402-410). British Psychological Society.
Jahoda Marie (Vienne 1907-2011 Sussex) : Psycholosociologue et féministe anglaise. Collaboratrice de Deutsch et Lazersfeld.
 JAHODA, M., LAZERSFELD, P.F. & ZEISEL, H. (1933/1971). Marienthal : A sociography of an unemployed community. London : Tavistock.
 JAHODA, M. (1941). Some socio-psychological problems of factory life. British Journal of Psychology, 31, 191-206.
 JAHODA, M. (1961). A social-psychological approach to the study of culture. Human Relations, 14, 23-30.
 JAHODA, M. (1980). Work, employment and unemployment: An overview of ideas and research results in the social science literature by Marie Jahoda (SPRU occasional paper series, University of Sussex, 1980
 JAHODA, M. (1986). In defence of a non-reductionist social psychology. Social Behaviour, 1, 25-29.
 
NO AUTHORSHIP (1980). Awards for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology in the Public Interest: Marie Jahoda. American Psychologist, 35 (1), 74-76.
FRYER, D. (1986). The social psychology of the invisible: An interview with Marie Jahoda. New Ideas in Psychology, 4, 107-118.
COOK, S.W. (1990). Marie Jahoda (1907-). In A. N. O'Connell & N. Russo (Eds.), Women in psychology: A bio-bibliographic sourcebook (pp. 207-219). New York: Greenwood Press.
 RUTHERFORD, A., UNGER, R. & CHERRY, F.C. (2011). Reclaiming SPSSI's sociological past : Marie Jahoda and the immersion tradition in social psychology. Journal of Social Issues, 67 (1), 41-56.
 UNGER, R. (2001). Obituary : Marie Jahoda (1907-2001). Unger, Rhoda. American Psychologist, 56 (11), 1040-1041.
Jakobson Roman (Moscou 1896-1982 Boston) : Linguiste américain d'origine russe, chef de file du Cercle linguistique de Prague et spécialiste de la phonologie. Professeur de Chomsky.
 JAKOBSON, R. (1963). Essais de linguistique générale. Paris: Minuit.
 JAKOBSON, R. (1965). Quest for the essence of language. Diogenes, 51, 21-37.
 JAKOBSON, R. (1966). Implications of language universals for linguistics. In J. Greenberg (Ed.), Language universals, with special reference to feature hierarchies (pp. 208-219). The Hague : Mouton.
 JAKOBSON, R. (1976). Six leçons sur le son et le sens. Paris : Éditions de Minuit.
 JAKOBSON, R. (1981). Éléments de linguistique générale. Paris : Éditions de Minuit.
Jalousie : Sentiment désagréable que l'on éprouve lorsqu'il faut partager un objet que l'on souhaite ou croit posséder exclusivement. Jalousie et envie. Jealousy.

  RIVIERE, J. (1932). Jealousy as a mechanism of defence. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 13, 414-424. SALOVEY, P. (Ed.) (1991). The psychology of jealousy and envy. New York : Guilford Press.
HATFIELD, E. & WALSTER, G.W. (1977). The social psychology of jealousy. In G. Clanton & L.G. Smith (Eds.), Jealousy (pp. 91-100). Englewood Cliffs : Prentice-Hall. [PDF] BUSS, D.M., LARSEN, R.J., WESTEN, D. & SEMMELROTH, J. (1992). Sex differences in jealousy : Evolution, physiology, and psychology. Psychological Science, 3, 251-255. [PDF]
SALOVEY, P. & RODIN, J. (1984). Some antecedents and consequences of social-comparison jealousy. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 47, 780-792. DESTENO, D.A. & SALOVEY, P. (1996). Evolutionary origins of sex differences in jealousy ? Questioning the "fitness" of the model. Psychological Sciences, 7, 367-372.
SALOVEY, P. & RODIN, J. (1985). Jealousy and envy : The dark side of emotion. Psychology Today, 19 (2), 32-34. HARRIS, C.R. & CHRISTENFELD, N. (1996). Gender, jealousy, and reason. Psychological Sciences, 7, 364-366.
  BUUNK, B., ANGLEITNER, A., OUBAID, V. & BUSS, D. (1996). Sex differences in jealousy in evolutionary and cultural perspective : Tests from the Netherlands, Germany, and the United States. Psychological Science, 7, 359-363.
SALOVEY, P. & RODIN, J. (1986). The differentiation of social-comparison jealousy and romantic jealousy jealousy. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 50, 1100-1112. LAGACHE, D. (1997). La jalousie amoureuse. Paris : PUF/Quadrige.
SALOVEY, P. (1986). Three ways to look at jealousy. Imagination, Cognition, & Personality, 6, 190-192. DESTENO, D., BARTLETT M.Y., BBRAVERMAN, J. & SALOVEY, P. (2002). Sex differences in jealousy : Evolutionary mechanisms or artifact of measurement ? Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 83, 1103-1116.
SALOVEY, P. & RODIN, J. (1988). Coping with envy and jealousy. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 7, 15-33. HARRIS, C.R. (2003). A review of sex differences in sexual jealousy, including self-report data, psychophysiological responses, interpersonal violence, and morbid jealousy. Personality & Social Psychology Review, 7, 102-128.
  BUSS, D.M. & HASELTON, M.G. (2005). The evolution of jealousy. Trends in Cognitive Science, 9, 506-507. [PDF]
SALOVEY, P. & RODIN, J. (1989). Envy and jealousy in close relationships. Review of Personality & Social, Psychology, 10, 221-246. RAUER, A.J. & VOLLING, B.L. (2007). Differential parenting and sibling jealousy : Developmental correlates of self-esteem, attachment, and jealousy in young adults’ romantic relationships. Personal Relationships, 14, 495-511.
PENKE, L. & ASENDORPF, J.B. (2008). Evidence for conditional sex differences in emotional but not in sexual jealousy at the automatic level of cognitive processing. European Journal of Personality, 22, 3-30. [PDF]
HARMON-JONES, E., PETERSON, C.K. & HARRIS, C.R. (2009). Jealousy : Novel methods and neural correlates. Emotion, 9, 113-117. [PDF]
Voir aussi Sentiment et Envie
Jambe (Bouger, gesticuler, remuer la...) Restless legs syndrome, periodic leg movements.

  CHERVIN, R.D., ARCHBOLD, K.H., DILLON, J.E., PITUCH, K.J., PANAHI, P., DAHL, R.E. & GUILLEMINAULT, C. (2002). Associations between symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, restless legs, and periodic leg movements. Sleep, 25, 213-218.
CORTESE, S., KONOFAL, E. & LECENDREUX, M. (2008). The relationship between attention-deficit-hyperactivity disorder and restless legs syndrome. European Neurological Review, 3 (1), 111-114. [PDF]
James
Jack E. James William James William Thomas James
Karin Herman James    
 
James Jack E. ( ) : Psychologue irlandais, spécialisé dans l'étude des effets psychologiques de la caféine. Étudiant de Titchener.
JAMES, J.E. (1994). Does caffeine enhance or merely restore degraded psychomotor performance ? Neuropsychobiology, 30, 124-125.
JAMES, J.E. (1997). Caffeine and blood pressure : Habitual use is a preventable cardiovascular risk factor. The Lancet, 349, 279-281.
JAMES, J.E. (1998). Acute and chronic effects of caffeine on performance, mood, headache, and sleep. Neuropsychobiology, 38, 32-41.
JAMES, J.E. & ROGERS, P.J. (2005). Effects of caffeine on performance and mood : withdrawal reversal is the most plausible explanation. Psychopharmacology, 182, 1-8. [PDF]
JAMES, J.E., KRISTJANSSON, A.L. & SIGFUSDOTTIR, I.D. (2010). Adolescent substance use, sleep, and academic achievement : Evidence of harm due to caffeine. Journal of Adolescence, 34 (4), 665-673. [PDF]
James Karin Herman ( ) : Neuropsychologue canadienne et spécialiste de l'étude de l'écriture et de la lecture. Elle s'intéressent notamment à la formation des lettres.
JAMES, K.H., HUMPHREY, G.K. & GOODALE, M.A (2001). Manipulating and recognizing visual objects : Where the action is. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology, 55, 111-120. [PDF]
JAMES, K.H., HUMPHREY, G.K., VILIS, T., BADDOUR, R., CORRIE, B. & GOODALE, M.A. (2002). "Active" and "passive" learning of three-dimensional object structure within an immersive virtual reality environment. Behavior Research Methods, Instruments, & Computers, 34 (3), 383-390. [PDF]
JAMES, K.H., JAMES, T.W., JOBARD, G., WONG, C.-N. & GAUTHIER, I. (2005). Letter processing in the visual system : Different activation patterns for single letters and strings. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience, 5 (4), 452-466. [PDF] + [PDF]
JAMES, K.H. & GAUTHIER, I. (2006). Letter processing automatically recruits a sensory-motor brain network. Neuropsychologia, 44, 2937-2949. [PDF]
JAMES, K.H. & ATWOOD, T.P. (2009). The role of sensorimotor learning in the perception of letter-like forms : Tracking the causes of neural specialization for letters. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 26 (1), 91-100. [PDF]
James William (New York 1841-1910 Chocorua) : Médecin et philosophe fonctionnaliste et pragmatiste américain. Il est l'un des fondateurs de la psychologie moderne (il obtient le statut de psychologue en 1890). Deux fois président de l'APA en 1894 et 1904. Professeur d'Angell, Delabarre, Hall, Hume, Holt et Park. Collaborateur de Flournoy.

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JAMES, W. (1879). Are we automata ? Mind, 4, 1-22.
JAMES, W. (1884). What is an emotion? Mind, 9, 188-205.
JAMES, W. (1890/1950). The principles of psychology. New York : Holt. [PDF]
JAMES, W. (1902). Varieties of religious experiences. New York : Longmans, Green. [LIRE]
JAMES, W. (1907). Pragmatism. New York : Longmans, Green.
 
HALL, G.S. (1892). Review of William James, Principles of psychology. American Journal of Psychology, 3, 551, 558. FORD, M. (1998). William James's Psychical Research and its Philosophical Implications. Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, 34, 605é26.
MALONE, J.C. (1975). William James and B.F. Skinner : Behaviorism, reinforcement, and interest. Behaviorism, 3, 140-151. RICHARDSON, R.D. (2006). William James in the maelstrom of modernity. Boston, MA : Houghton Mifflin.
TAYLOR, E. (1983). William James on Exceptional Mental States: The 1896 Lowell Lectures. New York : Charles Scribner's Sons. BORDOGNA, F. (2008). William James at the Boundaries: Philosophy, Science, and the Geography of Knowledge. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.
BJORK, D.M. (1983). The Compromised Scientist: William James in the Development of American Psychology. New York: Columbia University Press. SOKAL, M.M. (2010). William James and the National Academy of Sciences. William James Studies, 5, 29é38.
AVERILL, J.R. (1992). William James's other theory of emotion. In M. E. Donnelly (Ed.), Reinterpreting the legacy of William James (pp. 221-229). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association. FRIEDMAN, B.H. (2010). Feelings and the body : The Jamesian perspective on autonomic specificity of emotion. Biological Psychology, 84, 383-393. [PDF]
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James William Thomas (1903-1998) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'apprentissage et du tempérament, notamment chez le chien. Étudiant de Titchener.
JAMES, W.T. (1936). The effect of the presence of a second individual on the conditioned salivary response in dogs of different constitutional types. Pedagological Seminary & Journal of Genetic Psychology, 49, 437-449.
JAMES, W.T. (1941). Experimental observations indicating the significance of work on conditioned motor reactions. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 32 (2), 353-366.
JAMES, W.T. (1950). Operant conditioning apparatus for dogs. Journal of General Psychology, 43, 143-145.
JAMES, W.T. (1951). Social organization among dogs of different temperaments, terriers and beagles, reared together. Journal of Comparative & Physiological Psychology, 44 (1), 71-77.
JAMES, W.T. (1971). A methodological study of conditioning and extinction of an avoidance response via social facilitation in dogs. Journal of General Psychology, 84 (2), 275-279.
Jamieson/Jamison
Jeremy P. Jamieson Jamison Kay Redfield
 
Jamieson Jeremy P. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des stéréotypes et de l'influence de la conscience de ces stéréotypes (menace du stéréotype).
JAMIESON, J.P. & HARKINS, S.G. (2007). Mere effort and stereotype threat performance effects. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 93, 544-564. [PDF]
JAMIESON, J.P. & HARKINS, S.G. (2009). The effect of stereotype threat on quantitative GRE problems : A mere effort interpretation. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 35, 1301-1314. [PDF]
JAMIESON, J.P. & HARKINS, S.G (2010). Evaluation is necessary to produce stereotype threat performance effects. Social Influence, 5, 75-86. [PDF]
JAMIESON, J.P. & HARKINS, S.G. & WILLIAMS, K.D. (2010). Need threat can motivate performance after ostracism. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 36, 690-702. [PDF]
JAMIESON, J.P. & HARKINS, S.G. (2011). The intervening task method : Implications for measuring mediation. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin 37 (5) 652-661. [PDF]
Jamison Kay Redfield (1946-) : Médecin et psychiatre américaine et spécialiste de l'étude de la maniaco-dépression (trouble bipolaire de la personnalité).
JAMISON, K.R. (1995/97). De l'exaltation à la dépression. Paris : Robert Laffont.
Janet Pierre (Paris 1859-1947 Paris) : Médecin, philosophe et psychiatre français. En 1890, Il succède à Charcot à la tête du laboratoire de psychologie de la de Salpètrière. Certains historiens des sciences le consière comme le père de l'inconscient (donc avant Freud). Étudiant de Ribot. Professeur de Jousse et Piaget.
JANET, P. (1889). L'automatisme psychologique. Paris : Alcan.
JANET, P. (1898). Névroses et idées fixes. Paris : Alcan.
JANET, P. (1929). L'évolution psychologique de la personnalité. Paris : Chahine.
JANET, P. (1935). Les débuts de l'intelligence. Paris : Flamarion.
JANET, P. (1936). L'intelligence avant la langage. Paris : Flammarion.
 
VAN DER KOLK, B.A. & VAN DER HARTO, O. (1989). Pierre Janet and the breakdown of adaptation in psychological trauma. American Journal of Psychiatry, 146, 1530-1540.
Janis Irving L. (1918-1990) : Psychosociologue américain. Il a développé une théorie de la communication. On lui doit le concept de pensée de groupe. Collaborateur de Dabbs, Hovland, Kelley et Leventhal.

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HOVLAND, C.I., JANIS, I.L. & KELLEY, H.H. (1953). Communications and persuasion : Psychological studies in opinion change. New Haven, CT : Yale University Press.
DABBS, J.M. & JANIS, I.L. (1965). Why does eating while reading facilitate opinion change? An experimental inquiry. Journal of Experimental Social psychology, 1, 133-144.
JANIS, I.L. (1968). Attitude change via role playing. In R.P. Abelson, E. Aronson, W.J. McGuire, T.M. Newcomb, M.J. Rosenberg & P.H. Tannenbaum (Eds.), Theories of cognitive consistency : A sourcebook. Chicago : Rand McNally and Company.
JANIS, I.L. (1983). Groupthink. Boston : Houghton Mifflin.
JANIS, I.L. (1989). Crucial decisions : Leadership in policymaking and crisis management. New York: Free Press.
 
SMITH, M.B. & MANN, L. (1992). Irving L. Janis (1918-1990) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 47 (6), 812-813.
Janosz Michel ( ) : Psychoéducateur québécois et spécialiste du décrochage scolaire. Collaborateur de Dupéré, Pagani et Tremblay.
JANOSZ, M., LEBLANC, M., BOULERICE, B. & TREMBLAY, R.E. (1997). Disentangling the weight of school dropout predictors : A test on two longitudinal samples. Journal of Youth & Adolescence, 26, 733-762.
JANOSZ, M., GEORGES, P. & PARENT, S. (1998). L'environnement socioéducatif à l'école secondaire: un modèle théorique pour guider l'évaluation du milieu. Revue Canadienne de Psychoéducation, 27 (2), 285-306.
JANOSZ, M., LEBLANC, M., BOULERICE, B. & TREMBLAY, R.E. (2000). Predicting different types of school dropout : A typological approach on two longitudinal samples. Journal of Educational Psychology, 92 (1), 171-190.
JANOSZ, M., FALLU, J.S. et DENIGER, M.A. (2003). La prévention du décrochage scolaire : facteurs de risque et efficacité des programmes de prévention. Dans F. Vitaro et C. Gagnon (Édit.), La prévention des problèmes d'adaptation (Tome 2, pp. 177-199). Montréal : Les presses de l'Université du Québec à Montréal.
JANOSZ, M. & LEBLANC, M. (2005). L'abandon scolaire à l'adolescence : des déterminants communs aux trajectoires multiples. Dans G. Brandibas et R. Fourasté (Eds.), Les accidentés de l'école. Paris : L'Harmattan.
Janov Arthur (1924-) : Psychologue américain et inventeur d'une pseudothérapie, le cri primal.

JANOV, A. (1970). The primal scream. New York : Abacus. / Le cri primal. Paris : Flammarion.
Japanese Journal of Behavior Analysis : Revue scientifique de psychologie. Éditeur : The Japanese Association of Behavior Analysis.
SKINNER, B.F. (1990). The non-punitive society. Japanese Journal of Behavior Analysis, 5, 98-106.


Japanese Journal of Behavior Therapy : Revue scientifique de psychologie. Éditeur : Japanese Assocication of Behavior Therapy.
NEZU, C.M. (2003). Cognitive-behavioral treatment for sex offenders : Current status. Japanese Journal of Behavior Therapy, 29, 15-24.

Japanese Journal of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry : Revue scientifique de psychologie. Éditeur : ?
YAMAZAKI, K., YAMASHITA, I., SUWA, N., KURODA, T., IWAHUCHI, J., IMAMURA, S., MIYAMOTO, M., FUJINO, T., ITO, N. & SUGAY, K. (1971). Survey on the morbidity rate of "autistic children" in the Hokkaido district. Japanese Journal of Child Psychiatry, 12, 141-149.

Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Pyschology : Revue scientifique de psychologie. Éditeur : The Japanese Group Dynamics Association.
AONO, A. (2003). Gender differences in interpersonal distance : From the view point of oppression hypothesis. The Japanese Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 42 (2), 201-218.

Japanese Journal of Psychology : Revue scientifique de psychologie. Éditeur :
UENO, Y. (1993). The relation between the attitude toward humor, aggression, and altruism. Japanese Journal of Psychology, 64 (4), 247-254.

Japanese Psychological Research : Revue scientifique de psychologie. Éditeur : Wiley.
IVERSEN, I.H. & MATSUSAWA, T. (1997). Model guided line drawing in the chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes). Japanese Psychological Research, 39, 154-181.

Japon/Japonais-e : Pays et Culture.

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Voir aussi Culture
Jappe Anselm (Bonn 1962-) : Philosophe marxiste allemand.

JAPPE, A. (1992/95). Guy Debord. Marseilles : Via Valeriano.
JAPPE, A. (2003). Les aventures de la marchandise. Paris : Denoël.
JAPPE, A. (2009). Est-ce que l’argent nous pense ? Prétentaine, 25/26.
JAPPE, A. (2009). Le "côté obscur" de la valeur et le don. Revue du MAUSS, 4, 96-113. [PDF]
JAPPE, A. (2009). Tous contre la finance ? Le Sarkophage, 23,
Japper : Comportement de certains canidés, notamment du chien. Barking.

  YIN, S. (2002). A new perspective on barking in dogs (Canis familiaris). Journal of Comparative Psychology, 116, 189-193.
YIN, S. & McCOWAN, B. (2004). Barking in domestic dogs : context specificity and individual identification. Animal Behaviour, 68, 343-355.
PONGRÀCZ, P., CZINEGE, N., HAYNES, T. M.P., TOKUMARU, R.S., MIKLÓSI, Á. & FARAGÓ, T. (2016). The communicative relevance of auditory nuisance and barks that are connected to negative inner states in dogs can predict annoyance level in humans. Interaction Studies, 17, 19-40
Jason Leonard A. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain et spécialiste de l'étude des conséquences de la télévision.
JASON, L.A.& KLICH, M. (1982). Use of feedback in reducing television watching. Psychological Reports, 51, 812-814.
JASON, L.A. (1985). Using a token-actuated timer to reduce television viewing. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 18 (3), 269-272. [PDF]
JASON, L.A. (1987). Reducing children's excessive television viewing and assessing secondary changes. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 16, 245-250.
JASON, L.A., JOHNSON, S.Z. & JURS, A. (1993). Reducing children's television viewing with an inexpensive lock. Child & Family Behavior Therapy, 15 (3), 45-54.
JASON, L.A., DANIELWICZ, J. & MESINA, A. (2005). Reducing media viewing : Implications for behaviorists. Journal of Early & Intensive Behavioral Intervention, 2, 194-206.
Jasper/Jaspers
Herbert Henri Jasper Karl Jaspers
 
Jasper Herbert Henri (La Grande 1906-1999) : Neurobiologiste québécois, d'origine américaine, et pionnier de l'étude de l'influx nerveux et des techniques de mesure comme l'électroencéphalogramme. Il s'est également intéressé à l'épilepsie. Chercheur de l'Institut Neurologique de Montréal. Professeur de Pfaffmann et collaborateur de Penfield.
JASPER, H.H. & PFAFFMANN, C. (1935). Sensory discharges in cutaneous nerve fibers following chemical stimulation. Psychological Bulletin, 32, 565-566.
JASPER, H.H. & CARMICHAEL, L. (1935). Electrical potentials from the intact human brain. Science, 81, 51-53.
JASPER, H.H. & KERSHMAN, J. (1941). Electroencephalographic classification of the epilepsies. Archives of Neurology & Psychiatry, 45, 903-943.
JASPER, H.H. (1991). History of the early development of electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology at the Montreal Neurological Institute : the first 25 years, 1939-1964. Journal Canadien des Sciences Neurologiques/ Journal of Neurology Science, 18 (4), 533-548. [PDF]
JASPER, H.H. (1992). Early efforts to find neurochemical mechanisms in epilepsy. In G. Avanzini, J. Engel, R.G. Fariello & G. Henemann (Eds.), Neurotransmitters in epilepsy. Amsterdam : Elsevier.
 
CORDEAU, J.P. & GLOOR, P. (1972). Recent contributions to neurophysiology. International symposium in neurosciences in honor of Herbert H. Jasper. Electroencephalography & Clinical Neurophysiology, 31 (S), 208.
VAN GELDER, N.M. (1988). H.H. JASPER : Modern concepts of epilepsy. In M. Avoli, T.A., Reader, R.W. Dykes & P. Gloor (Eds.), Neurotransmitters and cortical function : from molecules to mind (pp. 15-23). New York : Plenum.
ANDERMANN, F. (2000). In Memoriam - Herbert Henri Jasper 1906-1999 : An appreciation and tribute to a founder of modern neuroscience. Epilepsia, 41 (1), 113-120. [PDF]
Jaspers Karl (Oldenburg 1883-1969 Bâle) : Philosophe et psychiatre allemand. Chef de file de l'existentialisme chrétien. Professeur d'Arendt.
JASPERS, K. (2002). Initiation à la méthode philosophique. Paris : Payot.
 
 
 
RICOEUR, P. (1948). Gabriel Marcel et Karl Jaspers. Philosophie du mystère et philosophie du paradoxe. Paris : Le Seuil.
Jastrow Joseph (1863-1944) : Psychologue américain. Il fut le premier étudiant à obtenir un doctorat aux États-Unis (en 1886). Il s'est intéressé à la perception et aux illusions, mais également aux travaux de Freud. Président de l'APA en 1900. Étudiant de Hall. Professeur de Gesell. Collaborateur de Pierce.
PIERCE, C.S. & JASTROW, J. (1884). On small differences in sensation. Memoirs of the National Academy of Science, 3, 75-83.
JASTROW, J. (1891). A study in mental statistics. New Review, 5, 559-568.
JASTROW, J. (1891). Community of ideas of men and women. Psychological Review, 3, 68-71.
JASTROW, J. (1935). Has psychology failed? American Scholar, 4, 261-269.
JASTROW, J. (1943). Freud, his dream and sex theories. Cleveland, New York : The World Publishing Co.
 
CADWALLADER, T.C. (1987). Origins and accomplishments of Joseph Jastrow's 1888-founded chair of comparative psychology at the University of Wisconsin. Journal of Comparative Psychology, 101, 231-236.
BLUMENTHAL, A.L. (1991). The intrepid Joseph Jastrow. In G. Kimble, C. White & M. Wertheimer (Dirs.), Portraits of pioneers in psychology. Hillsdale (NJ) : Erlbaum.
Jaune : Voir Couleur.
Jaynes
Edwin Thompson Jaynes Julian Jaynes
 
Jaynes Edwin Thompson (Waterloo 1922-1998 St-Louis) : Physicien et logicien américain, spécialisé dans la logique bayesienne.
JAYNES, E.T. (1957). Information theory and statistical mechanic. Physical Review, 106 (4), 620-630. [PDF]
JAYNES, E.T. (1957). Information theory and statistical mechanics II. Physical Review, 108 (2), 171-190.
JAYNES, E.T. (1976/94). Probability theory : The logic of science. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.
JAYNES, E.T. (1984). Theintuitive inadequacy of classical statistics. Epistemologia, 7, 43-74
JAYNES, E.T. (1990). Probability theory as logic. In P.F. Fougère (Ed.), Maximum-entropy and bayesian methods. Kluwe : Dordrecht.
Jaynes Julian (1920-1997) : Psychologue américain. On lui le concept de bicameralité de l'esprit.
JAYNES, J. (1976/94). The origin of consciousness in the breakdown of the bicameral mind / La naissance de la conscience dans l'effondrement de l'esprit. Houghton-Mifflin/Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
JAYNES, J. (1986). Consciousness and the voices of the miind. Canadian Psychology, 27 (2), 128-148.
JAYNES, J. (2007). Verbal hallucinations and pre-consciousmentality. In M. Kuijsten (Ed.), Reflections on the dawn of consciousness : Reflections on the dawn of consciousness (pp. 88-93). Julian Jaynes Society.
Jazz : Jazz, musique et psychologie de la musique.

  ORR, M.G. & OHLSSON, S. (2001). The relationship between musical complexity and liking in jazz and bluegrass. Psychology of Music, 29, 108-127.
JOHNSON-LAIRD, P.N. (2002). How jazz musicians improvise. Music Perception, 19 (3), 415-442.
HOLBROOK, M.B. (2003). Adventures in complexity : An essay on dynamic open complex adaptive systems, butterfly effects, self-organizing order, coevolution, the ecological perspective, fitness landscapes, market spaces, emergent beauty at the edge of chaos, and all that jazz. Columbia University : Academy of Marketing Science. [PDF]
JEKELS - JENKINS - JENSEN - JESSOR - JET D'EAU - JEU - JEU COMPULSIF - JEU DE HASARD - JEU QUESTIONNAIRE - JESSOR - JO
Jefferies Elizabeth ( ) : Neurocognitivste anglaise et spécialiste des trouble du langages, notamment de la démence sémantique. Collaboratrice de Lambon Ralph et Patterson.

JEFFERIES, E. & LAMBON RALPH, M.A. (2006). Semantic impairment in stroke aphasia vs. semantic dementia : A case-series comparison. Brain, 129, 2132-2147. [PDF]
JEFFERIES, E., JONES, R., BATEMAN, D. & LAMBON RALPH, M.A. (2005). A semantic contribution to nonword recall ? Evidence for intact phonological processes in semantic dementia. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 22, 183-212. [PDF]
JEFFERIES, E., CRISP, J. & LAMBON RALPH, M.A. (2006). The impact of phonological or semantic impairment on delayed auditory repetition : Evidence from stroke aphasia and semantic dementia. Aphasiology, 20, 963-992. [PDF]
JEFFERIES, E., BAKER, S.S., DORAN, M, & LAMBON RALPH, M.A. (2007). Refractory effects in stroke aphasia : A consequence of poor semantic control. Neuropsychologia, 45, 1065-1079.
JEFFERIES, E., SAGE-MATTHEW, K. & LAMBON RALPH, M.A. (2007). Do deep dyslexia, dysphasia and dysgraphia share a common phonological impairment ? Neuropsychologia, 45, 1553-1570. [PDF]
JEFFERIES, E., PATTERSON, K., JONES, R.W. & LAMBON RALPH, M.A. (2009). Comprehension of concrete and abstract words in semantic dementia. Neuropsychology, 23 (4), 492-499. [PDF]
JEFFERIES, E. (2013). The neural basis of semantic cognition : Converging evidence from neuropsychology, neuroimaging and TMS. Cortex, 49, 611-625.
Jekels Ludwig (1867-1954) : Médecin et psychanalyste polonais. Il est membre de la Société psychologique du mercredi.

JEKELS, L. (1933). The problem of the duplicated expression of psychic themes. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 14, 300-309.
JEKELS, L. (1941). Psycho-analysis and dialectic. Psychoanalytic Review, 28, 228-253.
JEKELS, L. & BERGLER, E. (1940). Instinct dualism in dreams. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 9, 394-414.
JEKELS, L. (1945). A bioanalytical contribution to the problem of sleep and wakefulness. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 14, 169-189.
JEKELS, L. & BERGLER, E. (1949). Transference and love. Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 18, 325-350.
Jelliffe Smith Ely (New York 1866-1945) : Psychiatre, neurobiologiste et psychanalyste américain. Il est le cofondateur, avec William Alanson White, de la revue The Psychoanalytic Review.
JELLIFFE, S.E. (1922). Psychopathology and organic disease. Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, 8, 639-651
JELLIFFE, S.E. (1939). Sketches in psychosomatic medicine. Washington and New York : Nervous and Mental Disease.
Jenkins Herbert M. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste et spécialiste de l'extinction et de l'autofçonnement. Étudiant de Skinner. Collaborateur de Allan et Hearst.
JENKINS, H.M. (1961). The effect of discrimination training on extinction. Journal of Experimental Psychology 61 (2), 111-121.
JENKINS, H.M. (1962). Resistance to extinction when partial reinforcement is followed by regular reinforcement. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 64, 441-450.
JENKINS, H.M. (1965). Measurement of stimulus control during discriminative operant conditioning. Psychological Bulletin, 64 (5), 365-376.
BROWN, P. & JENKINS, H.M. (1968). Auto-shaping of the pigeon’s key peck. Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 11, 1-8. [PDF]
JENKINS, H.M. & MOORE, B.R. (1973). The form of the auto-shaped response with food or water reinforcers. Journal of Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 20 (2), 163-181. [PDF]
Jensen Arthur R. (1923-2012) : Psychométricien américain. Il est connu notamment pour ses travaux controversés sur l'intelligence des Noirs et des Blancs. Il est un des signataires du Groupe des 52. Étudiant d'Eysenk et Symonds. Collaborateur de Nyborg et Rushton.

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JENSEN, A.R. (1959). The reliability of projective techniques : methodology. Acta Psychologica, 16, 108-136.
JENSEN, A.R. (1981). Reaction times and intelligence. In M.P. Friedman, J.P. Das & N. O'Connor (Eds.), Intelligence and Learning. NATO Conference Series (Vol 14, pp. 39-50). Boston, MA. : Springer. [PDF]
JENSEN, A.R. (1985). The nature of the black-white difference on various psychometric tests : Spearman's hypothesis. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 8, 193-263.
JENSEN, A.R. (1990). Speed of information processing in a calculating prodigy. Intelligence, 14, 259-274. [PDF]
JENSEN, A.R. (1998). The g factor : The science of mental ability. Westport, CT : Praeger Publishers. [PDF]
 
FINCHER, J. (1972). Arthur Jensen in the eye of the IQ storm. Human Behavior, 1, 16-23.
FLYNN, J.R. (1980). Race, IQ and Jensen. London : Routledge.
LOCURTO, C. (1999). A balance sheet on persistence : A review of Arthur R. Jensen's The g Factor : The science of mental ability. Psycholoquy, 99.,
LUBINSKI, D. (2013). Arthur R. Jensen (1923-2012) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 68 (5), 396-397.
Jessop Bob ( ) : Sociologue marxiste d'origine anglaise et spécialiste de la mondialisation.
JESSOP, B. (1988). The capitalist state. Oxford : Martin Robertson.
JESSOP, B. (1988). Regulation theory, post Fordism and the state : more than a reply to Werner Bonefield. Capital & Class, 12 (1), 147-168.
JESSOP, B. (1998). The rise of governance and the risks of failure : The case of economic development. International Social Science Journal, 155, 29-46.
JESSOP, B. (2003). Globalization : It’s about time too ! Institute for Advanced Studie.s [PDF]
JESSOP, B. (2007). State power. Wiley.
   
Jessor Richard (1924-) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude du développement de l'adolescence et de ses pathologies (alcoolisme, marijuana, etc.). Collaborateur de Judd.
JESSOR, R. (1962). A social learning approach to culture and behavior. In T. Gladwin & W.C. Sturtevant (Eds.), Anthropology and human behavior (pp. 94-114). Washington, DC : The Anthropological Society of Washington.
JESSOR, R. (1992). Risk behavior in adolescence : A psychosocial framework for understanding and action. Journal of Adolescent Health, 12, 597-605.
JESSOR, R. (1993). Successful adolescent development among youth in high-risk settings. American Psychologist, 48, 117-126.
JESSOR, R., TURBIN, M.S. & COSTA, F.M. (1997). Predicting developmental change in risky driving : The transition to young adulthood. Applied Developmental Science, 1, 4-16.
JESSOR, R., TURBIN, M.S. & COSTA, F.M., DONG, Q., ZHANG, H. & WANG, C. (2003). Adolescent problem behavior in China and the United States : A cross-national study of psychosocial protective factors. Journal of Research on Adolescence, 13 (1), 329-360.
Jet d'eau (sur la tempe) : Technique de modification du comportement qui consiste à punir positiviement les comportements d'automutilation (ou autres comportements indésirables) en vaporisant un jet d'eau froide (4O à 6O) sur la tempe des enfants qui souffrent de cette maladie. Jet d'eau et décharge électrique. = vaporisateur. Water mist, water mist spray, misting effect.

  DORSEY, M.F., IWATA, B.A., ONG, P. & McSWEEN, T.E. (1980). Treatment of self-injurious behavior using a water mist : initial response suppression and generalization. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 13 (2), 343-353. [PDF]  
BAILEY, S.L., POKRZYWINSKI, J. & BRYANT, L.E. (1983). Using water mist to reduce self-injurious and stereotypic behavior. Applied Research in Mental Retardation, 4 (3), 229-241. FEHR, A. & BECKWITH, B.E. (1989). Water misting : Treating self-injurious behavior in a multiply handicapped, visually impaired child. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 83 (5), 245-48.
SINGH, N.N., WATSON, J.E. & WINTON, A.S. (1986). Treating self-injury : water mist spray versus facial screening or forced arm exercise. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 19 (4), 403-410. [PDF] OSBORNE, J.G., BAGGS A.W., DARVISH, R., BLAKELOCK H., PEINE, H. & JENSON, W.R. (1992). Cyclical self-injurious behavior, contingent water mist treatment, and the possibility of rapid-cycling bipolar disorder. Journal of Behavior Therapy & Experimental Psychiatry, 23 (4), 325-334.
ROJAHN, J., McGONIGLE J., CURCIO, C. & DIXON, M. (1987). Suppression of pica by water mist and aromatic ammonia: A comparative analysis. Behavior Modification, 11 (1), 65-74. ARNTZEN, E. & WERNER, S.B. (1999). Water mist punishment for two classes of problem behaviour. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 28 (2), 88-93.
Voir aussi Eau et Punition
Jeu : En science, ce terme a plusieurs acceptions : a) En psychologie, notamment chez Piaget, le jeu désigne un ensemble d'activités, pratiquées en groupe ou non, que l'on réalise pour se détendre ou par simple plaisir (ludique), notamment chez les enfants. Le jeu permet aux enfants de développer des habiletés motrices et cognitives. Il est également l'un des principaux facteurs de socialisation. Jeu, jouet et comportement de jeu. ( ): jeu de construction, échecs. Play, play activity, play skill. b) En éthologie, on étudie également le jeu chez les animaux. Animal play. c) Dans l'analyse stratégique de Crozier, le jeu est une situation sociale où les règles ne déterminent pas l'ensemble des comportements possibles; les joueurs ou acteurs ont donc une marge de manoeuvre ou zone d'incertitude. Social play. d) Dans la théorie des jeux, ce terme désigne une situation où les acteurs peuvent gagner ou perdre quelque chose, selon qu'ils agissent ou non, et selon qu'ils savent ou non ce que fera l'autre (stratégie). Strategic play. e) Le terme s'applique également aux jeux de société et aux jeux pratiqués au moyen d'un ordinateur. Voir jeu vidéo. Video play. f) Il désigne aussi un ensemble d'activités où un groupe d'individus (les joueurs), habituellement des adultes, rivalisent de chance (beaucoup) et d'adresse (un peu) afin de gagner ce que les autres ont misé (gros lot, jackpot, etc.). = jeu de hasard. Gambling, betting behavior. g) Finalement, on utilise ce terme en éducation pour désigner les courtes évaluations composées de questions à choix multiples qui permettent d'évaluer la rétention en mémoire à long terme. = jeu-questionnaire. Flash card, Internet quizz.

Types de jeu
Jeu à l'extérieur Jeu de construction Jeu questionnaire
Jeu à somme non-nulle Jeu de hasard Jeu responsable
Jeu à somme nulle Jeu de hasard + Internet Jeu statégique
Jeu chez les animaux Jeu de rôle Jeu symbolique
Jeu chez les enfants Jeu fonctionnel Jeu vidéo/Jeu vidéo à distance
Jeu de bataille Jeu imaginaire Jeu vidéo éducatif
Jeu compulsif Jeu libre Jeu vidéo multijoueur/MMORPG
Jeu créatif Jeu parallèle Échecs (Jeu)
 


  a
PATRICK, G.T.W. (1914). The psychology of play. The Pedagogical Seminary, 21 (3), 469-484. FISHER, E.P. (1992). The impact of play on development : A meta-analysis. Play & Culture, 5 (2), 159-181.
SMITH, P.K. (Ed.) (1984). Play in animals and humans. New York : Blackwell. ALEXANDER, G.M. & HINES, M. (2002). Sex differences in response to children’s toys in nonhuman primates (Cercopithecus aethiops sabaeus). Evolution & Human Behavior, 23, 467-479. [PDF]
Voir aussi Jeu chez les enfants et Jeu de hasard chez les adultes
b
WILSON, S.C. & KLEIMAN, D.G. (1974). Eliciting play : a comparative study. American Zoologist, 14, 341-370.
Voir aussi Jeu chez les animaux
c
CROZIER, M. et FRIEDBERG, E. (1977). L'acteur et le système. Paris : Seuil.
d
VON NEUMANN, J. & MORGENSTERN, O. (1944). Theory of games and economic behavior. Princeton : Princeton University Press.
Voir Jeu stratégique et Théorie des jeux
e
Voir Jeu vidéo
f
GHEZZI, P.M. LYONS, C.A., DIXON, M.A. & WILSON, G.R. (2006). Gambling : Behavior theory, research, and application. Reno, NV : Context Press. GRIFFITHS, M. (2009). The role of cognitive bias and skill in gambling : student activities. Psychology Review, 16 (1), 28-29.
GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2008). The psychology of gambling. Psychology Review, 14 (1), 23-25. GRIFFITHS, M. (2009). The psychology of gambling : a personal overview. Psychology Review, 16 (1), 25-27. [LIRE]
  Voir Jeu de hasard
g
CRAWFORD, C.C. (1925). The correlation between lecture notes and quiz papers. The Journal of Educational Research, 12, 282-291.  
  Voi aussi Jeu questionnaire
 
Jeu (chez les animaux) : Ensemble de comportements de jeu que l'on observe chez les animaux et plus particulièrement chez les mammifères. Animal play.

  WILSON, S.C. & KLEIMAN, D.G. (1974). Eliciting play : a comparative study. American Zoologist, 14, 341-370. POWER, T. G. (2000). Play and exploration in children and animals. Mahwah, NJ : Erlbaum.
BEKOFF, M. (1976). Animal play: problems and perspectives. In P.P.G. Bateson & P. Klopfer (Eds.), Growing points in ethology (Vol. 2, pp. 165-188). London: Plenum.  
SMITH, E.O. (1978). Social play in primates. New York : Academic Press. BEKOFF, M. (2001). Social play behaviour cooperation, fairness, trust, and the evolution of morality. Journal of Consciousness Studies, 8 (2), 81-90. [PDF]
SMITH, E.O. & FRASER, M.D. (1978). Social play in captive rhesus macaques, Macaca mulatta : a cluster analysis. In E.O. Smith (Ed.), Social play in primates (pp. 79-112). New York : Academic Press. SPINKA, M., NEWBERRY, R.C. & BEKOFF, M. (2001). Mammalian play : Training for the unexpected. Quarterly Review of Biology, 76, 141-168.
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FAGEN, R.M. (1981). Animal play behavior. New York : Oxford University Press. SHARPE, L.L. (2003). Play does not enhance social cohesion in a cooperative mammal. Animal Behaviour, 20, 551-558.
CARO, T.M. (1981). Predatory behaviour and social play in kittens. Behaviour, 76, 1-24. FAGEN, R. & FAGEN, M.J. (2004). Juvenile survival and benefits of play behaviour in brown bears, Ursus arctos. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 6, 89-102.
PANKSEPP, J. (1981). The ontogeny of play in rats. Developmental Psychobiology, 14 (4), 327-332. GOSSO, Y., OTTA, E., MORAIS, M., RIBEIRO, F. & BUSSABB, V. (2005). Play in hunter-gatherer society. In A.D. Pellegrini & P.K. Smith (Eds.), The nature of play : Great apes and humans (pp. 213-254). New York : Guilford.
SMITH, P. K. (Ed.) (1984). Play in animals and humans. New York : Blackwell. PELLEGRINI, A.D. & SMITH, P.K. (2005). The nature of play : great apes and humans. New York : Guilford Press.
PELLIS, S.M. & PELLIS, V.C. (1987). Play-fighting differs from serious fighting in both target of attack and tactics of fighting in the laboratory rat Rattus norvegicus. Aggressive Behavior, 13, 227-242. RAMSEY, J.K. & McGREW, W.C. (2005). Object play in great apes: Studies in nature and captivity. In A.D. Pellegrini & P.K. Smith (Eds.), The nature of play : Great apes and humans (pp. 89-112). New York : Guilford.
PELLIS, S.M., PELLIS, V.C. & WHISHAW, I.Q. (1992). The role of the cortex in play fighting by rats : Developmental and evolutionary implications. Brain, Behavior & Evolution, 39, 270-284. BURGHARDT, G.M. (2005). The genesis of animal play: Testing the limits. Cambridge, MA : MIT Press.
PELLIS, S.M., PELLIS, V.C. & McKENNA, M.M. (1993). Some subordinates are more equal than others play fighting amongst adult subordinate male rats. Aggressive Behavior 19, 385-393. BAUER, E.B. & SMUTS, B.B. (2007). Cooperation and competition during dyadic play in domestic dogs, Canis familiaris. Animal Behaviour, 73, 489-499.
BEKOFF, M. & ALLEN, C. (1998). Intentional communication and social play : How and why animals negotiate and agree to play. In M. Bekoff and J.A. Byers (Eds.), Animal play : Evolutionary, comparative and ecological approaches. New York : Cambridge University Press. TANNER, J.B., SMALE, L. & HOLEKAMP, K.E. (2007). JDP Forum : Ontogenetic variation in the play behavior of spotted hyenas. Journal of Developmental Processes, 2 (2), 5-30. [PDF]
PELLIS, S.M. & PELLIS, V.C. (1998). Play fighting of rats in comparative perspective : A schema for neurobehavioral analyses. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 23, 87-101. WARD, C. & SMUTS, B.B. (2007). JDP Forum : Why does carnivore play matter ? Journal of Developmental Processes, 2 (2), 31-38. [PDF]
BEKOFF, M. & BYERS, J.A. (Eds.) (1998). Animal play : evolutionary, comparative and ecological approaches. New York : Cambridge University Press. WEATHERLY, J.N. & DERENNE, A. (2007). Rats playing a slot machine : a preliminary attempt at an animal gambling model. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 1 (2), 79-89. [PDF]
BYERS, J.A. (1999). The distribution of play behavior among Australian marsupials. Journal of Zoology, 247, 349-356. BURGHARDT, G.M. (2011). Defining and recognizing play. In A.D. Pellegrini (Ed.), The Oxford handbook of the development of play (pp. 9-18). New York : Oxford University Press.
DIAMOND, J. & BOND, A.B. (1999). The parrot that plays. Australasian Sciences, 20, 17-19. BURGHARDT, G.M. (2014). A brief glimpse at the long evolutionary history of play. Animal Behavior & Cognition, 1 (2), 90-98. [PDF]
BURGHARDT, G.M. (1999/2005). Play in shes, frogs and reptiles. Current Biology, 25 (1), 9-10.  
BURGHARDT, G.M. (1999/2005). The genesis of animal play. New York : Chapman and Hall.  
Voir aussi Animal, Jeu chez les enfants et Mammifère
Jeu (chez les enfants) : En psychologie, notamment chez Piaget, le jeu désigne un ensemble d'activités, pratiquées en groupe ou non, que l'on réalise pour se détendre ou par simple plaisir (ludique), notamment chez les enfants. Le jeu permet aux enfants de développer des habiletés motrices et cognitives. Il est également l'un des principaux facteurs de socialisation. Contrairement au sport, le jeu ne nécessite pas une dépense calorique importante. Jeu, jouet et comportement de jeu. = comportement ludique, activité ludique. Play activity, play.

  KLEIN, M. (1929). Personification in the play of children. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 10, 193-204. STAMBACK, M. et SINCLAIR, H. (1990). Les jeux de fiction entre enfants. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
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SCHMIDEBERG, M. (1934). The play-analysis of a three-year-old girl. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 15, 245-264 STONE, W., LEMANEK, K., FISHEL, P., FERNANDEZ, M. & ALTEMEIER, W. (1990). Play and imitation skills in diagnosis of autism in young children. Pediatrics, 86, 267-272.
PIAGET, J. (1962). Play, dreams, and imitation in childhood New York : Norton.  
SUTTON-SMITH, B. & ROSENBERGER, B.G. (1963). Development of sex differences in play choices during preadolescence. Child Development, 34, 119-126. FAGOT, B.I. & HAGAN, R. (1991). Observations of parent reactions to sex-stereotyped behaviors : Age and sex effects. Child Development, 62 (3), 617-628.
LOVAAS, O.I. FREITAG, G., GOLD, V. & KASSORLA, I.C. (1965). Recording apparatus and procedure for observation of behaviors of children in free play settings. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2, 108-120. FAGOT, B.I. & HAGAN, R. (1991). Observations of parent reactions to sex-stereotyped behaviors : Age and sex effects. Child Development, 62 (3), 617-628.
HUTT, C. (1966). Exploration and play in children. Symposia of the Zoological Society of London, 18, 61-81.  
SUTTON-SMITH, B. (1966). Piaget on play : a critique. Psychological Review, 73, 104-110. CASEY, M.B. & LIPPMAN, M. (1991). Learning to plan through play. Young Children, 46, 52-58.
 VYGOTSKY, L.S. (1967). Play and its role in the mental development of child. Soviet Psychology, 5 (3), 6-18. JOHNSEN, E.P. (1991). Searching for the social and cognitive outcomes of children's play : a selective second Look. Play & Culture, 4, 201-213.
BOER, A.R. (1968). Application of a simple recording system to the analysis of free-play behavior in autistic children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1 (1), 335-340. [PDF] RUBIN, K.H. Both, L., Zahn-Waxler, C., Cummings, E.M. & Wilkinson, M. (1991). The dyadic play behaviors of preschoolers with depressed versus well mothers. Development & Psychopathology, 3, 243-251.
HART, B.M., REYNOLDS, N.J., BAER, D.M., BRAWLEY, F.R. & HARRIS, F.R. (1968). Effect of contingent and non-contingent social reinforcement on the cooperative play of a preschool child. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1 (1), 73-76. [PDF] FISHER, E.P. (1992). The impact of play on development : A meta-analysis. Play & Culture, 5 (2), 159-181.
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GOLDBERG, S. & LEWIS, M. (1969). Play behavior in the year-old infant : Early sex differences. Child Development, 40, 21-31. SINCLAIR, H. & STAMBACK, M. (1993). Pretend play among 3-year olds. Hillsdale, N.J. : L. Erlbaum.
HURTIG, M. (1969). Peut-on étudier le jeu de l'enfant ? Psychologie Française, 14 (4), 333-342. LILARD, A.S. (1993). Pretend play skills and the child's theory of mind. Child Development, 64, 348-371.
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Voir aussi Enfant, Développement cogntif, Socialisation, Dépendance à internet, Garderie et Jeu symbolique
Jeu à l'extérieur : Jeu qui se déroule dehors, à l'extérieur de la maison. = plein-air, jouer dehors. Outdoor play.

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CLEMENTS, R. (2004). An investigation of the status of outdoor play. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 3, 68-80.
CLELAND, V., CRAWFORD, D., BAUR, L.A., HUME, C., TIMPERIO, A. & SALMON, J. (2008). A prospective examination of children's time spent outdoors, objectively measured physical activity and overweight. International Journal of Obesity, 32 (11), 1685-1693.
SINGER, D.G., SINGER, J.L. D'AGOSTINO, H.& DELONG, R. (2009). Children's pastimes and play in sixteen nations. Is free-play declining ? American Journal of Play, 284-312.
MUNOZ, S.A. (2009). Children in the outdoors. A literature review. Sustainable Development Research Centre.
 
Jeu à somme non-nulle : Jeu stratégique et théorie des jeux. ( ): Dilemme du prisonnier.
 
Jeu à somme nulle : Jeu et théorie des jeux. Zero-sum game.
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NORTON, M.I. & SOMMERS, S.R. (2011). Whites see racism as a zero-sum game that they are now losing. Perspectives in Psychological Science, 6, 215-218. [PDF]
READ, J.H. (2012). Is power zero-sum or variable-sum ? Old arguments and new beginnings. Journal of Political Power 5 (1), 5-31. [PDF]
Jeu compulsif : Comportements de jeu pathologiques (dépendance), sur lesquels l'individu n'a pas ou peu de contrôle et qui peuvent engendrer des conséquences négatives, voire néfastes, pour l'individu et son entourage (perte de son conjoint, de son travail, de sa maison, dette de jeu, consommation excessive d'alcool et de drogue, criminalité, dépression, suicide, etc.). Il s'agit généralement de jeu de hasard. Jeu compulsif, dépendance à internet et jeu de hasard. = comportement de jeu compulsif, jeu pathologique, dépendance au jeu, jeu excessif. Compulsive gambling, pathological gambling, gambling problem, gaming addiction, disordered gambling, gambling disorders, excessive gambling.
https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/Delivery.cfm/SSRN_ID1913311_code341034.pdf?abstractid=1900717&mirid=1
Jeu de hasard/Jeu compulsif
Jeu compulsif Traitement du jeu de hasard/compulsif Jeu de hasard et Internet
Mesure et évaluation du jeu de hasard/Compulsif Jeu de hasard Jeu responsable
 

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LANGENBUCHER, J., BAVLY, L., LABOUVIE, E., SANJUAN, P.M. & MARTIN, C.S. (2001) Clinical features of pathological gambling in an addictions treatment cohort. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 15, 77-79. PETRY, N.M., RASH, C.J. & ALESSI, S.M. (2016). Randomized controlled trial of brief interventions for problem gambling in substance abuse treatment patients. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology 84 (10), 874-886. [PDF]
TAVARES, H., ZIBERMAN, M.L., BEITES, F.J. & GENTIL, V. (2001). Gender differences in gambling progression. Journal of Gambling Studies, 17, 151-160.  
WARDMAN, D., EL-GUEBALY, N. & HODGINS, D. (2001). Problem and pathological gambling in North American Aboriginal populations : a review of the empirical literature. Journal of Gambling Studies, 17 (2), 81-100. KIM, H.S., WOHL, M.J.A., SALMON, M. & SANTESSO, D. (2017). When do problem gamblers help themselves? Self-discontinuity increases self-directed change over time. Addictive Behavior, 64, 148-153.
MARFELS, C. (2001). Gambling and resident suicides: Evidence from the Las Vegas Market. Gaming Law Review, 5 (1), 33-41.  
VITARO, F., LADOUCEUR, R. & TREMBLAY, R.E. (2001). Gambling, delinquency, and drug use during adolescence : Mutual influences and common risk factors. Journal of Gambling Studies, 17, 171-190. KIM, H.S., WOHL, M.J.A., SALMON, M. & SANTESSO, D. (2017). When do problem gamblers help themselves ? Self-discontinuity increases self-directed change over time. Addictive Behavior, 64, 148-153.
Voir aussi Traitement du jeu compulsif, Dépendance à internet et Jeu de hasard
 
Jeu compulsif/Jeu de hasard (Mesure et évaluation du...) : Ensemble des tests et des outils de collecte de données qui permettent d'évaluer et de mesurer le jeu de hasard (normal) et compulsif. Measuring gambling outcomes.

  LESIEUR, H.R. & BLUME S.B. (1987). The South Oaks Gambling Screen (SOGS) : A new instrument for the identification of pathological gamblers. American Journal of Psychiatry, 144, 1184-1188. DEREVENSKY, J.L. & GUPTA, R. (2000). Prevalence estimates of adolescent gambling : A comparison of the SOGS-RA, DSM-IV-J, and the GA 20 Questions. Journal of Gambling Studies, 16 (2/3), 227-251.
  NEIGHBORS, C., LOSTUTTER, T.W., LARIMER, M.E. & TAKUSHI, R.Y. (2002). Measuring gambling outcomes among college students. Journal of Gambling Studies, 18 (4), 339-360. [PDF]
  STINCHFIELD, R. (2003). Reliability, validity, and classification accuracy of a measure of DSM-IV diagnostic criteria for pathological gambling. American Psychiatry, 160, 180-182. [PDF]
SHAFFER, H.J. & HALL, M.N. (1996). Estimating prevalence of adolescent gambling disorders : A quantitative synthesis and guide toward standard gambling nomenclature. Journal of Gambling Studies, 12, 193-214. CALADO, F. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2016). Problem gambling worldwide : an update of empirical research (2000-2015). Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 5, 592-613. [PDF]
  WOOD, R.T.A., WOHL, M.J., TABRI N. & PHILANDER, K. (2017). Measuring responsible gambling amongst players : Development of the Positive Play Scale. Frontiers in Psycholology, 8 [227] : 1-12. [PDF]
Voir aussi Traitement du jeu compulsif, Dépendance à internet et Jeu de hasard
Jeu compulsif/Jeu de hasard (Prévention du...) : Prevention of depression.

  GRIFFITHS, M. & WOOD, R.T.A. (2000). Risk factors in adolescence : the case of gambling, video-game playing and the Internet. Journal of Gambling Studies, 16, 199-225. DICKSON, L.M., DEREVENSKY, J.L. & GUPTA, R. (2008). Youth gambling problems : Examining risk and protective factors. International Gambling Studies, 8 (1), 25-47. [PDF]
  JOHNSTON, T.E. & DIXON, M.R. (2009). Influencing children's pregambling game playing via conditional discrimination training. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 41 (1), 73-81. [PDF]
DICKSON, L.M., DEREVENSKY, J.L. & GUPTA R. (2002). The prevention of gambling problems in youth : A conceptual framework. Journal of Gambling Studies, 18 (2), 97-159. [PDF] SHEAD, N.W., DREVENSKY, J.L. & GUPTA, R. (2010). Risk and protective factors associated with youth problem gambling. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine & Health, 22 (1), 39-58. [PDF]
SMITH, G. & WYNNE, H. (2002). Measuring gambling and problem gambling in Alberta using the Canadian Problem Gambling Index. Edmonton, AB : Alberta Gaming Research Institute. SHEK, D.T.L. & LEE, J.J. (2010). Prevention of problem gambling in Chinese adolescents : Relevance of problem gambling assessment and positive youth development frameworks. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine & Health, 22 (1), 139-151. [PDF]
NEIGHBORS, C., LOSTUTTER, T.W., LARIMER, M.E. & TAKUSHI, R.Y. (2002). Measuring gambling outcomes among college students. Journal of Gambling Studies, 18, 339-360. WILLIAMS, R.J., WEST, B.L. & SIMPSON, R.I. (2012). Prevention of problem gambling : A comprehensive review of the evidence and identified best practices. Guelph, ON : Ontario Problem Gambling Research Centre.
Jeu compulsif/Jeu de hasard (Traitement du...) : Psychotherapy of pathological gamblers, treating pathological gambling, problem gambling treatment, therapy for pathological gambling, treatment Approach for gambling problems.

  BARKER, J.C. & MILLER, M. (1968). Aversion therapy for compulsive gambling. The Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, 146 (4), 285-302. GUPTA, R. & DEREVENSKY, J.L. (2000). Adolescents with gambling problems : From research to treatment. Journal of Gambling Studies, 16 (2/3), 315-342.
SEAGER, C.P. (1970). Treatment of compulsive gamblers by electrical aversion. British Journal of Psychiatry, 117, 545-553. CRISP, B.R., THOMAS, S.A., JACKSON, A.C., THOMASON, N., SMITH, S., BORRELL, J., HO, W. & HOLT, T. (2000). Sex differences in the treatment needs and outcomes of problem gamblers. Research on Social Work Practice, 10, 229-242.
COTLER, S.B. (1971). The use of different behavioral techniques in treating a case of compulsive gambling. Behavior Therapy, 2, 579-584. PETRY, N.M. & ROLL, J.M. (2001). A behavioral approach to understanding and treating pathological gambling. Seminars in Clinical Neuropsychiatry, 6, 177-183.
BANNISTER, G. (1977). Cognitive and behaviour therapy in a case of compulsive gambling. Cognitive Therapy & Research, 1, 227-237. LADOUCEUR, R., SYLVAIN, C., BOUTIN, C., LACHANCE, S., DOUCET, C., LEBLOND, J. & JACQUES, C. (2001). Cognitive treatment of pathological gambling. Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, 189, 774-780.
LESTER, D. (1980). The treatment of compulsive gambling. The International Journal of the Addictions, 15 (2), 201-206. STINCHFIELD, R. & WINTERS, K.C. (2001). Outcome of Minnesota's gambling treatment programs. Journal of Gambling Studies, 17 (3), 217-245.
HEINY, R.L. (1981). Gambling, casinos, and game simulation. Mathematics Teacher, 74 (2), 139-143. ECHEBURUA, E., FERNÀNDEZ-MONTALVO, J. & BÀEZ, C. (2001). Predictors of therapeutic failure in slot-machine pathological gamblers following behavioural treatment. Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapy, 29, 379-383.
GILOVICH, T. (1983). Biased evaluation and persistence in gambling. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 44,1110-1112. THOMAS, C., RUGLE, L., DEREVENSKY, J., GUPTA, R., WINTERS, K. & STINCHFIELD, R. (2001). The treatment of problem and pathological gamblers. (Report). Washington, D.C. : National Council for Problem Gambling, Center for Mental Health Services (CMHS) and the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
McCONAGHY, N., ARMSTRONG, M., BLASZCZYNSKI, A. & ALLOCK, C. (1983). Control comparison of aversion therapy and imaginal desensitization in compulsive gambling. British Journal of Psychiatry, 142, 366-372. [PDF] HUGEL, P. & KELLEY, J. (2002). Internet gambling : Credit cards and money laundering. Journal of Money Laundering Control, 6 (1), 57-65.
BROWN, R.I. (1986). Dropouts and continuers in gamblers anonymous : Life context and other factors. Journal of Gambling Behavior, 2 (1), 30-140. GRANT, J.E., KIM, S.W. & POTENZA, M.N. (2003). Advances in the pharmacological treatment of pathological gambling. Journal of Gambling Studies, 19, 85-109.
MILLER, W. (1986). Individual outpatient treatment of pathological gambling. Journal of Gambling Behavior, 2, 95-107. VANDER BILT, J.V., DODGE, H.H., PANDAV, R., SHAFFER, H.J. & GANGULI, M. (2004). Gambling participation and social support among older adults : A longitudinal community study. Journal of Gambling Studies, 20, 373-390.
BROWN, R.I. (1987). Dropouts and continuers in gamblers anonymous : IV. Evaluation and summary. Journal of Gambling Behavior, 3, 202-210. FERNÀNDEZ-ALBA, A. & LABRADOR, F. (2005). Sociodemographic, psychopathological and clinical characteristics of pathological slot-machine gamblers in treatment : A descriptive study of Spanish male gamblers. International Gambling Studies, 5, 113-122.
LESIEUR, H.R. (1990). Working with and understanding Gamblers Anonymous. Working with self help. Homewood, IL : Dorsey. GUPTA, R. & DEREVENSKY, J.L. (2005). A treatment approach for adolescents with gambling problems. In J.L. Derevensky & N. Gupta (Eds.), Gambling problems in youth : Theoretical and Applied Perspectives (pp 165-188). Springer US. [PDF]
LESIEUR, H.R. & BLUME S.B. (1991) Evaluation of patients treated for pathological gambling in a combined alcohol, substance abuse and pathological treatment unit using The Addiction Severity Index. British Journal of Addiction, 86, 1017-1028. WALKER, M.B. (2005). Problems in measuring the effectiveness of cognitive therapy for pathological gambling. Journal of Gambling Studies, 21, 81-92.
HOLLANDER, E., FRENKEL, M., DECARIA, C., TRUNGOLD, S. & STEIN, D. (1992). Treatment of pathological gambling with chlomipramine. American Journal of Psychiatry, 149, 710-711. PETRY, N.M., STINSON, F.S. & GRANT, B.F. (2005). Comorbidity of DSM-IV pathological gambling and other psychiatric disorders : Results from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol & Related Conditions. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, 66, 564-574.
BUJOLD, A., LADOUCEUR, R., SYLVAIN, C. & BOISVERT, J.M. (1994). Treatment of pathological gamblers : An experimental study. Journal of Behavioral Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 25, 275-282. WALKER, M.B., TONEATTO, T., POTENZA, M., PETRY, N., LADOUCEUR, R., HODGINS, D.C., EL-GUEBALY, N., ECHEBURUA, E. & BLASZCZYNSKI, A. (2006). A framework for reporting outcomes in problem gambling treatment research : The Banff, Alberta consensus. Addiction, 101, 504-511.
RUGLE, L. & ROSENTHAL, R.J. (1994). Transference and countertransference in the psychotherapy of pathological gamblers. Journal of Gambling Studies, 10, 43-65. FLOYD, K., WHELAN, J.P. & MEYERS, A.W. (2006). Use of warning messages to modify gambling beliefs and behavior in a laboratory investigation. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors, 20, 69-74.
  DOWLING, N., SMITH, D. & THOMAS, T. (2006). Treatment of female pathological gambling: The efficacy of a cognitive-behavioral approach. Journal of Gambling Studies, 22 (4), 355-372.
HALLER, R. & HINTERHUBER, H. (1994). Treatment of pathological gambling with carbamazepine. Pharmacopsychiatry, 27, 129. SLUTSKE, W.S. (2006). Natural recovery and treatment-seeking in pathological gambling : Results of two US national surveys. American Journal of Psychiatry, 163, 297-302.
  DOWLING, N. & SMITH, D. (2007). Treatment goal selection for female pathological gambling : A comparison of abstinence and controlled gambling. Journal of Gambling Studies, 23 (3), 335-345.
  GRANT, J.E. & POTENZA, M.N. (2007). Treatments for pathological gambling and other impulse control disorders. In P. Nathan & J. Gorman (Eds.), A guide to treatments that work (pp. 561-579). Oxford : Oxford University Press.
BLASZCZYNSKI, A.P. & SILOVE, D. (1995). Cognitive and behavioral therapies for pathological gambling. Journal of Gambling Studies, 11, 195-220. HODGINS, D.C. & HOLUB, A. (2007). Treatment of problem gambling. In G. Smith, D.C. Hodgins and R.J. Williams (Eds.), Research and measurement issues in gambling studies (pp. 371-397). Burlington, MA : Academic Press.
ECHEBURUA, E., BÀEZ, C. & FERNANDEZ-MONTALVO, J. (1996). Comparative effectiveness of three therapeutic modalities in the psychological treatment of pathological gambling : Long term outcome. Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapy, 24, 51-72. WESTPHAL, J., JACKSON, A.C., THOMAS, S.A. & BLASZCZYNSKI, A.P. (2008). A review of pharmacological interventions in problem gambling. Journal of Social Work Practices in Addictions, 8 (2), 192-207.
GIBSON, B., SANBONMATSU, D.M. & POSAVAC, S.S. (1997). The effects of selective hypothesis testing on gambling. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Applied, 3 (2), 126-142. ROSENTHAL, R.J. (2008). Psychodynamic psychotherapy and the treatment of pathological gambling. Revista Brasileira de Psiquiatria, 30 (S1), 41-50. [PDF]
SYLVAIN, C., LADOUCEUR, R. & BOISVERT, J.M. (1997). Cognitive and behavioral treatment of pathological gambling : A controlled study. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 65, 727-732. SUURVALI H., HODGINS D., TONEATTO, T. & CUNNINGHAM, J. (2008). Treatment seeking among Ontario problem gamblers : Results of a population survey. Psychiatric Services, 59 (11), 1343-1346. [PDF]
LADOUCEUR, R., SYLVAIN, C., LETARTE, H., GIROUX, I. & JACQUES, C. (1998). Cognitive treatment of pathological gamblers. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 36, 1111-1120. GRANERO, R., PENELO, E., MARTINEZ-GIMENEZ R., ÀLVAREZ-MOYA E., GOMEZ-PENA, M., AYMAMÀ, M.N. & JIMENEZ-MURCIA, S. (2009). Sex differences among treatment-seeking adult pathologic gamblers. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 50, 173-180.
LADOUCEUR, R. & WALKER, M. (1998). Cognitive approach to understanding and treating pathological gambling. In A.S. Bellack & M. Hersen (Eds.), Comprehensive clinical psychology. New York : Pergamon. DOWLING, N., SMITH, D. & THOMAS, T. (2009). A preliminary investigation of abstinence and controlled gambling as self-selected goals of treatment for female pathological gambling. Journal of Gambling Studies, 25 (2), 201-214
  GRANT, J.E., ODLAUG, B.L., POTENZA, M.N., HOLLANDER, E. & KIM, S.W. (2010). Nalmefene in the treatment of pathological gambling : multicentre, double-blind, placebo-controlled study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 197, 330-331. [PDF]
LESIEUR, H.R. (1998). Costs and treatment of pathological gambling. Annals of the American Academy of Political & Social Sciences, 556, 153-171. NASTALLY, B.L. & DIXON, M.R. (2010). Adolescent gambling : Current trends in treatment and future directions. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine & Health, 22 (1), 95-111. [PDF]
BLASZCZYNSKI, A.P. (1998). Overcoming compulsive gambling : A self help guide using cognitive behavioural techniques. London : Robinson's Publishing. USTOK, L. & HUGHES, J. (2011). First steps out of problem gambling. Oxford, England : Lion Hudson.
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  DIXON, M.R., WHITING, S.W., GUNNARSSON, K.F., DAAR, J.H. & ROWSEY, K.W. (2015). Trends in behavior-analytic gambling research and treatment. Behavior Analyst, 38, 179-202. [PDF]
  PETRY, N.M., RASH, C.J. & ALESSI, S.M. (2016). Randomized controlled trial of brief interventions for problem gambling in substance abuse treatment patients. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology 84 (10), 874-886. [PDF]
Voir aussi Jeu compulsif et Jeu de hasard
Jeu créatif : Jeu créatif et créativité.

 
Jeu de bataille : Type de jeu qui comporte des comportements agressifs. Rough play, rough and tumble, physical play, playful fighting.

  ALDIS, O. (1975). Play fighting. New York : Academic Press. JARVIS, P. (2006). Rough and tumble play : Lessons in life. Evolutionary Psychology, 4, 330-346.
  PELLEGRINI, A.D. (2006). The development and function of rough-and-tumble play in childhood and adolescence: A sexual selection theory perspective. In A. Göncü and S. Gaskins (Eds.), Play and development. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.
BLURTON-JONES, N. (1978). Rough-and-tumblePlay among Nursery School Children. I J.S. Bruner, A. Jolly & K. Sylva (Eds.), Play-its role in development and evolution (pp. 352-363). New York : Penguin Books. PARSONS, A. & HOWE, N. (2006). Superhero toys and boys' physically active and imaginative play. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 20, 287-300.
HUMPHREYS, A.P. & SMITH, P.K. (1984). Rough-and-tumble in preschool and playground. In P.K. Smith (Ed.), Play in animals and humans (pp. 241-266). Oxford, UK : Blackwell. PELLEGRINI, A.D. (2006). Rough-and-tumble play from childhood through adolescence. In D. Fromberg and D. Bergin (Eds.), Play : From birth through twelve: Contexts, perspectives, and meanings. New York : Garland.
MacDONALD, K. (1987). Parent-child physical play with rejected, neglected, and popular boys. Developmental Psychology, 23, 705-711. JARVIS, P. (2007). Monsters, magic and Mr. Psycho : A biocultural approach to rough and tumble play in the early years of primary school. Early Years, 27 (2), 171-188.
PELLEGRINI, A.D. (1987). Rough-and-tumble play : Developmental and educational significance. Educational Psychology, 22 (11), 23-43. PELLIS, S.M. & PELLIS, V.C. (2007). Rough-and tumble play and the development of the social brain. Association of Psychological Science, 16 (2), 95-98. [PDF]
HUMPHREYS, A.P. & SMITH, P.K. (1987). Rough and tumble, friendships, and dominance in school children : Evidence for continuity and change with age. Child Development, 58, 201-212. TANNOCK, M.T. (2008). Rough and tumble play : An investigation of the perceptions of educators and young children. Early Childhood Education Journal, 35, 357-361.
PELLEGRINI, A.D. (1987). What is a category ? The case of rough-and-tumble play. Evolution & Human Behavior, 10, (5), 331-341. FRY, D.P. (2009). Rough-and-tumble social play in humans. I A. D. Pelligrini (Ed.), The role of play in human development(pp. 54-85). New York : Oxford University Press, Inc.
PELLEGRINI, A.D. (1991). Children's rough-and-tumble play. In L. Weis, P. Altbach, G. Kelley, & H. Petrie (Eds.), Critical perspectives on early childhood education. Albany, NY : State University of New York Press. JARVIS, P. (2009). Building "social hardiness" for life : Rough and Tumble Play in the Early Years of Primary School. In A. Brock, S. Dodds, P. Jarvis & Y. Olusoga (Eds.), Perspectives on play. Learning for life (pp. 175-193). Harlow : Pearson Education Limited.
PELLEGRINI, A.D. (1993) Boys' rough-and-tumble play, social competence, and group composition. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 11, 237-248. FLANDERS, J., VANESSA, L., PAQUETTE, D., PIHL, R.O. & SÉGUIN, J.R. (2009). Rough-and-tumble play and the regulation of aggression : An observational study of father-child play dyads. Aggressive Behavior, 35, 285-295.
PELLEGRINI, A.D. (1995). A llongitudinal study of boys' rough-and-tumble play and dominance during early adolescence. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 16, 77-93.  
BOULTON, M.J. (1996). A comparison of 8- and 11- year old girls' and boys' participation in specific types of rough-and-tumble play and aggressive fighting : Implications for functional hypotheses. Aggressive Behavior, 22, 271-287. FLANDERS, J., SIMARD, M., PAQUETTE, D., PARENT, S., VITARO, F., PIHL, R.O. & SÉGUIN, J.R. (2010). Rough-and-tumble play and the development of physical aggression and emotion regulation : A five-year follow-up study. Journal of Family Violence, 25, 357-367.
NABUZOKA, D. & SMITH, P.K. (1999). Distinguishing serious playful fighting by children with learning disabilities and nondisabled children. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 40, 883-890. CARLSON, F.M. (2011). Rough play : One of the most challenging behaviors. Young Children, 66 (4), 18-25.
PELLEGRINI, A.D. (2002). The development and possible functions of rough-and-tumble play. In C.H. Hart and P.K. Smith (Eds.), Handbook of social development. Oxford : Blackwell.  
PELLEGRINI, A.D. (2003). Perceptions and functions of play and real Wghting in early adolescence. Child Development, 74, 1522-1533.  
PAQUETTE, D., CHARBONNEAU, R., DUBEAU, D., BIGRAS, M. & TREMBLAY, R.E. (2003). Prevalence of father-child rough-and-tumble play and physical aggression in preschool children. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 18 (2), 171-189. [PDF] CARLSON, F.M. (2012). Planning for safe rough play. Teaching Young Children, 5 (4), 18-19.
SCOTT, E. & PANKSEPP, J. (2003). Rough-and-tumble play in human children. Aggressive Behavior, 29, 539-551. STORLI, R. (2013). Characteristics of indoor rough-and-tumble play (R & T) with physical contact between players in preschool. Tidsskrift for Nordisk Barnehageforskning, 6. [PDF]
 
Jeu de construction : Type de jeu composé d'éléments - souvent des blocs - qu'il faut assembler pour construire des objets plus complexes. EX: Bloc lego. Blokcbuilding, block play, lego blocks.

  GOETZ, E.M. & BAER, D.M. (1973). Social control of form diversity and the emergence of new forms in children's blockbuilding. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 6 (2), 209-217. [PDF]
GOETZ, E.M. (1981). The effects of minimal praise on the creative blockbuild of three year olds. Child Study Journal, 1, 55-67.
CASEY, M.B. & LIPPMAN, M. (1991). Learning to plan through play. Young Children, 46, 52-58.
BROSNAN, M. (1998). Spatial ability in children's play with Lego blocks. Perceptual & Motor Skills, 87, 19-28.
WOLFGANG, S.H., STANNARD, L.L. & JONES, I. (2001). Block play performance among preschoolers as a predictor of later school achievement in mathematics. Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 15 (2), 173-180. [DOC]
ALEXANDER, G.M. & EVARDONE, M. (2008). Blocks and bodies : Sex differences in a novel version of the mental rotations test. Hormones & Behavior, 53 (1), 177-184. [PDF]
Jeu de hasard : Ensemble d'activités où un groupe d'individu (les joueurs), généralement des adultes, rivalisent d'adresse (un peu) et de chance (beaucoup) afin de gagner ce que les autres joueurs ont misé (gros lot, jackpot, etc.). Selon le cas, ces jeux peuvent opposer un joueur contre d'autres joueurs (EX: bingo et autres jeux de cartes), contre un appareil électronique (EX: machine à sous), un ordinateur (EX: loterie) ou contre la maison ou la banque d'un casino (EX: black jack, baccara, roulette, jeux de dés). Dans tous les cas, la part de chance ou de hasard de ces jeux dépasse largement la part d'adresse et d'habileté (mémoire, stratégie de coopération, raisonnement logique, bluff, etc.) nécessaire pour gagner la partie. Quant à la part réservée au hasard, elle varie de 100 %, (bingo ou de la loterie) à relativement élevé (poker, bridge, etc). On sait que ces jeux, en soi fort amusants, peuvent se transformer chez certains individus en véritable pathologie (jeu compulsif). = jeu chez l'adulte, parier, miser, jouer à la roulette, joueur aux cartes, joueur à l'argent. Betting behavior, gambling, games of pure chance, gambling behavior, casino use.

 
Jeu de hasard
Jeu compulsif Traitement du jeu de hasard/compulsif Jeu de hasard et Internet
Mesure et évaluation du jeu de hasard/Compulsif   Jeu de hasard responsable
 
 
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ARNOLD, P. (1978). The encyclopedia of gambling : The game, the odds, the techniques, the people and places the myths and history. Glasgow : Collins Publishers. DEREVENSKY, J.L. & GUPTA, R. (2000). Prevalence estimates of adolescent gambling : A comparison of the SOGS-RA, DSM-IV-J, and the GA 20 Questions. Journal of Gambling Studies, 16 (2/3), 227-251.
  DELFABBRO, P.H. (2000). Gender differences in Australian gambling : a critical summary of sociological and psychological research. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 35, 145-157.
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  DIXON, M.R. (2010). The roulette near-miss effect. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 4 (1), 54-60.
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  TEMCHEFF, C.E., ST-PIERRE, R.A. & DEREVENSKY, J.L. (2011). Youth gambling and delinquency : Legislative and social policy implications. Gaming Law Review and Economics, 15 (9), 539-552.
  WOOD, R.T. & WILLIAMS, R.J. (2011). A comparative profile of the Internet gambler : demographic characteristics, game play patterns, motivations, and problem gambling status. New Media & Society, 13 (7), 1123-1141.
  BLASZCZYNSKI, A.P., COLLINS, P., FONG, D., LADOUCEUR, R., NOWER, L., SHAFFER, H.J., TAVARES, H. & VENISSE, J.L. (2011). Responsible gambling : general principles and minimal requirements. Journal of Gambling Studies, 27, 565-573.
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  DIXON, M.R., WILSON, A.N., & WHITING, S.W. (2012). A preliminary investigation of relational network influence on horse-track betting. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 6 (1), 23-36.
  GRIFFITHS, M.D., DEREVENSKY, J. & PARKE, J. (2012). On-line gambling in youth. In R. Williams, R. Wood & J. Parke (Ed.), Routledge handbook of internet gambling (pp. 183-199). London : Routledge.
  SAMSON, T., ROSSEN, F. & HOQUE, E. (2012). The New Zealand gaming and betting survey : Chinese and Indian people's experience. International Journal of Migration, Health & Social Care, 8 (2), 98-106.
  PUREWAL, J. (2012). The converging worlds of social gaming and gambling. World Online Gambling Law Review, 11 (6), 7-8. [PDF]
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  BEDNARZ, J., DELFABBRO, P.H. & KING, D.L. (2013). Practice makes poorer : Practice gambling modes and their effect on real-play in simulated roulette. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 11, 387-395.
  DIXON, M.R., MILLER, J.R., WHITING, S.W., WILSON, A.N. & HENSEL, A.M. (2012). Evaluating preference and rate of gambling in video slot machines. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 6 (2), 77-82
  WITTS, B.N. (2013). Cumulative frequencies of behavior analytic journal publications related to human research on gambling. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 7, 59-65.
  LINNET, J., THOMSEN, K.R., MOLLER, A. & CALLESEN, M.B. (2013). Slot machine response frequency predicts pathological gambling. International Journal of Psychological Studies, 5, (1), 121-127. [PDF]
  GAINSBURY, S., HING., N, DELFABBRO, P, DEWAR, G. & KING, D.L. (2014) An exploratory study of interrelationships between social casino gaming, gambling, and problem gambling. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 13, 136-153.
  GOUDRIAAN, A.E. (2014). Gambling and problem gambling in the Netherlands. Addiction, 109, 1066-1071.
  BLASZCZYNSKI, A.P., GAINSBURY, S. & KARLOV, L. (2014). Blue Gum gaming machine : an evaluation of responsible gambling features. Journal of Gambling Studies, 30, 697-712.
  LOSTUTTER, T.W., LEWIS, M.A., CRONCE, J.M., NEIGHBORS, C. & LARIMER, M.E. (2014). The use of protective behaviors in relation to gambling among college students. Journal of Gambling Studies, 30 (1), 27-46.
  WITTS, B.N., LOUDERMILK, K. & KOSEL, D. (2014). Adult samples suggest slot machine and casino characteristics are possible sources for investigating the illusion of control. Analysis of Gambling Behavior, 8, 79-85.
   ABBOTT, M.W., ROMILD, U. & VOLBERG, R.A. (2014). Gambling and problem gambling in Sweden : Changes between 1998 and 2009. Journal of Gambling Studies, 30, 985-999.
  PARKE, A., HARRIS, A., PARKE, J., RIGBYE, J. & BLASZCZYNSKI, A. (2014). Facilitating player control in gambling. Journal of Gambling Business & Economics, 8 (3), 36-51.
  KING, D.L., DELFABBRO, P.H., KAPTSIS, D. & ZWAANS, T. (2014). Adolescent simulated gambling via digital and social media : An emerging problem. Computers in Human Behavior, 31, 305-313. [PDF]
  GARRAN, M. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2015). Gambling and social gambling : An exploratory study of young people's perceptions and behavior. Aloma: Revista de Psicologia, Ciències de l'Educació i de l'Esport, 33 (1), 101-113. [PDF]
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  WOOD, R.T.A. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2015). Understanding positive play : An exploration of playing experiences and responsible gambling practices. Journal of Gambling Studies, 31 (4), 1715-1734. [PDF]
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Voir Conception du hasard, Dépendance à internet, Jeu de hasard et internet, Chance, Argent et Jeu compulsif
 
Jeu de hasard et Internet : Jeu de hasard pratiqué sur internet. On line gambling, Internet gambler.

  GRIFFITHS, M. & WOOD, R.T. (2000). Risk factors in adolescence : the case of gambling, video-game playing and the Internet. Journal of Gambling Studies, 16, 199-225. WOOD, R.T. & WILLIAMS, R.J. (2011). A comparative profile of the Internet gambler : demographic characteristics, game play patterns, motivations, and problem gambling status. New Media & Society, 13 (7), 1123-1141.
HAMMER, R.D. (2001). Does Internet gambling strengthen the U.S. economy ? Don't bet on it. Federal Communications Law Journal, 54 (1), 103-128.  
GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2003). Internet gambling : Issues, concerns, and recommendations. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 6, 557-568. [PDF] KARLSEN, F. (2011). Entrapment and near miss : A comparative analysis of psycho-structural elements in gambling games and massively multiplayer online role-playing games. International Journal of Mental Health & Addiction, 9 (2), 193-207.
HUTTO, J. (2005). What is everybody else doing about it ? A foreign jurisdictional analysis of Internet gaming regulation. Gaming Law Review, 9 (1), 26-34.  
SEVIGNY, S., CLOUTIER, M., PELLETIER, M.F. & LADOUCEUR, R. (2005). Internet gambling : misleading pay-out rates during the demo period. Computer in Human Behaviour, 21 (1), 153-159.  
WOOD, R.T. & WILLIAMS, R.J. (2007). Internet gambling : Past, present, and future. In G. Smith, D. Hodgins and R. Williams (Eds.), Research and measurement issues in gambling studies (pp. 491-514). Toronto : Elsevier Publishing. [PDF] GRIFFITHS, M.D., PARKE, J. & DEREVENSKY, J. (2011). On-line gambling among youth : Cause for concern ? In J.L. Derevensky, D.T.L. Shek and J. Merrick (Eds.), Youth gambling: The hidden addiction (pp. 125-143). Berlin : DeGruyter.
DEREVENSKY, J.L. & GUPTA, R. (2007). Internet gambling amongst adolescents : A growing concern. International Journal of Mental Health & Addictions, 5 (2), 93-101.  
GRIFFITHS, M. & WOOD, R.T.A. (2007). Adolescent Internet gambling : Preliminary results of a national survey. Education & Health, 25 (2), 23-27 [PDF] WOOD, R.T. & WILLIAMS, R.J. (2011). A comparative profile of the Internet gambler : demographic characteristics, game play patterns, motivations, and problem gambling status. New Media & Society, 13 (7), 1123-1141.
WOOD, R.T., WILLIAMS, R.J. & LAWTON, P. (2007). Why do Internet gamblers prefer online versus land-based venues ? Journal of Gambling Issues, 20, 235-250. KING, D.L., DELFABBRO, P.H., DEREVENSKY, J.L. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2012). A review of Australian classification practices for commercial video games featuring simulated gambling. International Gambling Studies, 12, 231-242.
KING, D.L., DELFABBRO, P.H. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2010). The convergence of gambling and digital media : Implications for gambling in young people. Journal of Gambling Studies, 26, 175-187. GRIFFITHS, M.D., DEREVENSKY, J. & PARKE, J. (2012). On-line gambling in youth. In R. Williams, R. Wood & J. Parke (Ed.), Routledge handbook of internet gambling (pp. 183-199). London : Routledge.
DIXON, M.R., HARRIGANM K.A., SANDHU, R., COLLONS, K. & FUGELSANG, J.A. (2010). Losses disguised as wins in modern multi-line video slot machine. Addiction 105 (10), 1819-1824 [PDF]  
GRIFFITHS, M. & PARKE, J. (2010). Adolescent gambling on the internet : A review. International Journal of Adolescent Medicine & Health, 22 (1), 59-75. [PDF] KING, D.L., DELFABBRO, P.H., KAPTSIS, D. & ZWAANS, T. (2014). Adolescent simulated gambling via digital and social media : An emerging problem. Computers in Human Behavior, 31, 305-313. [PDF]
GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2010). Gaming in social networking sites: A growing concern ? World Online Gambling Law Report, 9 (5), 12-13.  
GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2010). Online gambling, social responsibility and foot-in-the-door techniques. i-Ga- ming Business, 62, 100-101. GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2015). Adolescent gambling and gambling-type games on social networking sites: Issues, concerns, and recommendations. Aloma : Revista de Psicologia, Ciències de l'Educació i de l'Esport, 33 (2), 31-37. [PDF]
Voir aussi Conception du hasard, Dépendance à; internet, Jeu vidéo et Jeu compulsif
Jeu de hasard responsable : = positive play, responsible gambling.

  BLASZCZYNSKI, A.P., LADOUCEUR, R. & SHAFFER, H. (2004) A science-based framework for responsible gambling : the Reno model. Journal of Gambling Studies, 20 (3), 301-317.
TURNER, N.E., WIEBE, J., FALKOWSKI-HAM, A., KELLY, J. & SKINNER, W. (2005). Public awareness of responsible gambling and gambling behaviours in Ontario. International Gambling Studies, 5 (1), 95-112.
BLASZCZYNSKI, A.P., GAINSBURY, S. & KARLOV, L. (2014). Blue Gum gaming machine : an evaluation of responsible gambling features. Journal of Gambling Studies, 30, 697-712.
WOHL, M.J.A., PARUSH, A., KIM, H.S. & WARREN, K. (2014). Building it better : applying human computer interactions and persuasive design principles to a monetary limit tool improves responsible gambling. Computers in Human Behavior, 37, 124-132.
WOOD, R.T.A. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2015). Understanding positive play: An exploration of playing experiences and responsible gambling practices. Journal of Gambling Studies, 31 (4), 1715-1734. [PDF]
HING, N., SPROSTON, K., TRAN, K. & RUSSELL, A.M.T. (2017). Gambling responsibly : Who does it and to what end ? Journal of Gambling Studies, 33 (1), 149-165
LADOUCEUR, R., BLASZCZYNSKI, A.P., SHAFFER, H.J. & FONG, D. (2016). Extending the Reno model : responsible gambling evaluation guidelines for gambling operators, public policymakers, and regulators. Gaming Law Review & Economics, 20, 580-586.
Voir aussi Traitement du jeu compulsif, Dépendance à internet et Jeu de hasard
Jeu de rôle : Role player.

  RIESMMAN, F. & GOLDFARB, J. (1964). Role playing and the poor. Group Psychotherapy, 17, 36-48.
GREENWALD, A.G. (1969). The open-mindedness of the counterattitudinal role player. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 5, 375-388. [PDF]
JONES, M.J. (1969). Rolep laying as an educational and teaching device in a poverty-oriented, multi-racial group. Group Psychotherapy, 22, 195-201.
Jeu fonctionnel : Functional play.

  LEWIS, P., BOUCHER, J., LUPTON, L. & WATSON, S. (2000). Relationships between symbolic play, functional play, verbal and non-verbal ability in young children. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 35 (1), 117-127.
 
Voir aussi Jeu
Jeu imaginaire : Dramatic play.

  RUBIN, K.H. (1998). Dramatic play in childhood : Some good news, some bad news. In D. Bergen (Ed.), Readings from play as a medium for learning and development (pp. 58-62). Olney, MD : Association for Childhood Education International.
 
Voir aussi Jeu
Jeu libre :Jeu sans règles, sans contraintes. Free play.

  LOVAAS, O.I. FREITAG, G., GOLD, V. & KASSORLA, I.C. (1965). Recording apparatus and procedure for observation of behaviors of children in free play settings. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 2, 108-120.
RUBIN, K.H., MAIONI, T. & HORNUNG, M. (1976). Free play behaviors in middle and lower class preschoolers : Parten and Piaget revisited. Child Development, 47, 414-419.
RUBIN, K.H., WATSON, K. & JAMBOR, T. (1978). Free play behaviors in preschool and kindergarten children. Child Development, 49, 534-536.
CUNNINGHAM, C. & BARKLEY, R. (1979). The interactions of hyperactive and normal children with their rnothers during free play and structured task. Child Development, 50, 217-224.
BELSKY, J. & MOST, R. (1981). From exploration to play : A cross-sectional study of infant free play behavior. Developmental Psychology, 17, 630-639.
OSTROV, J. & KEATING, C (2004). Gender differences in preschool aggression during free play and structured interactions : An observational study. Social Development, 13 (2), 255-277.
BURDETTE, H.L. & WHITAKER, R.C. (2005). Resurrecting free play in young children. Looking beyond fittness and fatness to attention, of liaision, and affect. Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine, 159, 46-50. [PDF]
Voir aussi Jeu
Jeu paralèlle : Parallel play.

  BAKEMAN, R. & BROWNLEE, J.R. (1980). The strategie use of parallel play : A sequential analysis. Child Development. 51. 873-878.
Jeu pathologique : Voir Jeu compulsif.
Jeu-questionnaire : Technique d'enseignement et d'étude qui décompose la matière d'un cours en un ensemble de questions que l'on peut écrire et lire sur un petit carton (card) en classe ou par ordinateur. Le but de cette technique est d'apprendre les bonnes réponses (précision) le plus rapidement possible (d'où le mot anglais flash ou question-éclair), afin de mieux préparer les test de lecture et les examens. Jeu questionnaire, test de lecture et TIC. Flash card, flashcard drill.
    KORNELL, N. & BJORK, R.A. (2008). Optimising self-regulated study : The benefits' and costs' of dropping flashcards. Memory, 16 (2), 125-136. [PDF]
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  NIST, J.L. (2008). Effectiveness and efficiency of flashcard drill instructional methods on urban first-graders word recognition, acquisition, maintenance, and generalization. School Psychology Review, 37, 264-308.
  LASRY, N. (2008). Clickers or flashcards: Is there really a difference? The Physics Teacher, 46, 242-244.
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KAMUCHE, F.U. (2005). Do weekly quizzes improve student performance ? Academic Exchange Quarterly, 9 (3), 188-193. COLE, M., McLAUGHLIN, T.F. & JOHNSON, R. (2012). The effects of direct instruction flashcards with oral sentence creation on the spelling accuracy of three middle school students with disabilities. International Journal of Basic & Applied Science, 1 (2), 308-319.
URTEL, M.G., BAHAMONDE, R.E., MIKESKY, A.E., UDRY, E.M. & VESSELY, J.S. (2006). On-line quizzing and its effect on student engagement and academic performance. Journal of Scholarship of Teaching & Learning, 6 (2), 84-92. PIERCE, K., McLAUGHLIN, T.F., NEYMAN, J. & KING, K. (2012). The gradual and differential effects of direct instruction flashcards with and without a DRH contingency on basic multiplication facts for two students with severe behaviors disorders. I-manager’s Journal on Educational Psychology, 6 (2), 35-44.
PADILLA-WALKER, L.M. (2006). The impact of daily extra credit quizzes on exam performance. Teaching of Psychology, 33 (4), 236-239. [PDF] WISSMAN, K.T., RAWSON, K.A. & PYC, M.A. (2012). How and when do students use flashcards ? Memory, 20 (6), 568-579. [PDF]
MAURER, W. (2006). Daily online extra credit quizzes and exam performance. Journal of Teaching in Marriage & Family, 6, 227-238. [PDF] PFAFF, E., McLAUGHLIN, T.F. & NEYMAN, J. (2013). The effects of direct instruction flashcards with math racetrack with addition facts for an elementary school student with ADHD. International Journal of Basic & Applied Science, 2 (1), 124-130. [PDF]
NARLOCH, R., GARBIN, C.P. & TURNAGE, K.D. (2006). Benefits of prelecture quizzes. Teaching of Psychology, 33 (2), 109-112. [PDF] MANGUNDAYAO, J., McLAUGHLIN, T.F., WILLIAMS, R.L. & TOONE, E. (2013). An evaluation of a direct instructions flashcard system on the acquisition and generalization of numerals, shapes, and colors for preschool-aged students with developmental delays. Journal of Developmental & Physical Disabilities, 26, 461-473.
  SHAHTOUT, L., McLAUGHLIN, T.F., DERBY, K.M. & ARENEZ, T. (2012). The effects of direct instruction flashcards and reading racetrack on sight words with two elementary students with behavior disorders : a brief report. Academic Research International, 2 (2), 303-309. [PDF]
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Voir Réussite scolaire, Test de lecture, Faire ses lectures, Examen à choix multiple, Répétition et Apprentissage actif
 
Jeu stratégique : Dans la théorie des jeux, ce terme désigne une situation (le jeu) où les joueurs/acteurs peuvent gagner ou perdre quelque chose, selon qu'ils agissent ou non, et selon qu'ils savent ou non ce que l'autre fera (stratégie). Game, strategic play, gaming.

  VON NEUMANN, J. & MORGENSTERN, O. (1944). Theory of games and economic behavior. Princeton : Princeton University Press. ZWICK, R. & RAPOPORT, A. & LO, A.K.C. (2002). Behavioral strategies in repeated pure coordination games. In R. Zwick and A. Rapoport (Eds.), Experimental business research (pp. 135-166). New York : Kluwer. [PDF]
DAVID, F.N. (1962). Games, gods and gambling : the origins and history of probability and statistical ideas from the earliest times to the newtonian era. London : Griffin. MAYNARD SMITH, J. (2003). Games and theories. New Scientist, 178, 48-51.
RAPOPORT, A. (1966). Two-person game theory : the essential ideas. Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press. CAMERER, C.F., HO, T.-H. & CHONG, J.-K. (2004). A cognitive hierarchy model of games. Quarterly Journal of Economics, 119, 861-898.
RAPOPORT, A. (1967). Exploiter, leader, hero, and martyr : the four archetypes of the 2 X 2 game. Behavioral Science, 12, 81-84. BERCIU, R.M. (2009). Solution concepts for coevolutionary 2-period cumulated games. Acta Univ. Sapientiae, Informatica, 1 (2), 267-274.
EREV, I. & ROTH, A.E. (1998). Predicting how people play games : Reinforcement learning in experimental games with unique, mixed strategy equilibria. American Economic Review, 88, 848-881. COLMAN, A.M., KÖRNER, T.W., MUSY, O. & TZDAÏT, T. (2011). Mutual support in games : Some properties of Berge equilibria. Journal of Mathematical Psychology, 55, 166-175. [PDF]
  ZWICK, R. (2012). Gaming with fairness : Some conjectures on behavior in alternating offer bargaining experiments. In G. Bolton and R. Croson (Eds.),Conflict resolution handbook (pp. 91-107). Oxford University Press. [PDF]
Voir aussi Stratégie et Théorie des jeux
Jeu symbolique : Type de jeu qui fait appel à la fonction symbolique, donc qui inclut dans son déroulemeent l'évocation d'objets absents du contexte réel de jeu. Cette évocation peut être verbale (EX : parler avec autorité, comme sa maman) ou motrice (EX : imiter la façon de rire de son père). Symbolic play, fantasy play, make-believe, pretend play.

  PIAGET, J. (1976/85). Symbolic play. In J.S. Bruner, A. Jolly, and K. Silva (Eds.), Play - Its role in development and evolution. New York : Basic Books. SCHRADER, C.T. (1990). Symbolic play as a curricular tool for early literacy development. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 5 (1), 79-103.
EIDER, J.L. & PEDERSON, R. (1978). Preschool children's use of objects in symbolic play. Child Development, 49 (2), 500-504.  
FEIN, G.G. (1981). Pretend play in childhood: an integrative review. Child Development, 52, 1095-1118.  
UNGERER, J., ZELAZO, P., KEARSLEY, R. & O'LEARY, K. (1981). Developmental changes in the representation of objects in symbolic play from 18 to 34 months of age. Child Development, 52, 186-195. [PDF] FIESE, B. (1990). Playful relations : A contextual analysis of mother-toddler interaction and symbolic play. Child Development, 61, 1648-1656.
UNGERER, J. & SIGMAN, M. (1981). Symbolic play and language comprehension in autistic children. Journal of the American Academy of Child Psychiatry, 20, 318-337. CASEY, M.B. & LIPPMAN, M. (1991). Learning to plan through play. Young Children, 46, 52-58.
ISENBERG, J. & JACOBS, E. (1983). Literacy and symbolic play : A review of the literature. Childhood Education, 59 (4), 272-276. WESTBY, C.E. (1991). A Scale for assessing children's pretend play. In C.E. Schaefer, K. Gitlin & A. Sandgrund (Eds.), Play diagnosis and assessment (pp. 131-161). New York: Wiley.
ZERGIVON-HAKES, A. (1984). Materials mastery and symbolic development in construction play : Stages of development. Early Child Development & Care, 17, 37-48. JARROLD, C., BOUCHER, J. & SMITH, P. (1993). Symbolic play in autism : A review. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 23,281-307.
BRETHERON, I. (1984). Representing the symbolic world in symbolic play : Reality and fantasy. In I. Bretherton (Ed.), Symbolic play : The development of social understanding (pp. 1-39). New York : Academic Press. PELLEGRINI, A & GALDA, L (1993). Ten years after : A re-examination of symbolic play and literacy research'. Reading Research Quarterly, 28, 163-175.
COPPLE, C.E., COCKING, R.R. & MATTHEWS, W.S. (1984). Objects, symbols, and substitutes : The nature of the cognitive activity during symbolic play. In T.D. Yawkey and A.D. Pellegrini (Eds.), Child's play: Developmental and applied. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. BORNSTEIN, M.H. & TAMIS-LAMONDA, C.S. (1995). Parent-child symbolic play : Three theories in search of an effect. Developmental Review, 15, 382-400.
WATSON, M.W. & JACKOWITZ, E.R. (1984). Agents and recipient objects in the development of early symbolic play. Child Development, 55, 1091-1097.  
FENSON, L. (1984). Developmental trends for action and speech in pretend play. In I. Bretherton (Ed.), Symbolic play : The development of social understanding (pp. 249-270). New York : Academic Press. TAMIS-LAMONDA, C.S. & BORNSTEIN, M.H. (1996). Variation in children's exploratory, nonsymbolic, and symbolic play : An explanatory multidimensional framework. In C.R. Rovee-Collier & L.P Lipsitt (Eds.), Advances in infancy research (Vol. 10, pp. 37-78). Norwood, NJ : Ablex.
PELLEGRINI, A.D. (1985). Relations between preschool children's symbolic play and literate behavior. In L. Galda and A. D. Pellegrini (Eds.), Play, language and stories: The development of children's literate behavior. Norwood, NJ : Ablex. LEWIS, P., BOUCHER, J., LUPTON, L. & WATSON, S. (2000). Relationships between symbolic play, functional play, verbal and non-verbal ability in young children. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 35 (1), 117-127.
CUNNINGHAM, C., GLENN, S., WILKINSON, P. & SLOPER, P. (1985). Mental ability, symbolic play and receptive expressive language of young children with Down syndrome. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatr, 26, 255-265. STANLEY, G.C. & KONSTANTAREAS, M.M. (2007). Symbolic play in children with autism spectrum disorder. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 37,1215-1223. [PDF]
BARON-COHEN, S. (1987). Autism and symbolic play. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 5, 139-148. [PDF] HOBSON, R.P., LEE, A. & HOBSON, J.A. (2009). Qualities of symbolic play among children with autism : A social-developmental perspective. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 39, 12-22.
SLADE, A. (1987). A longitudinal study of maternal involvement and symbolic play during the toddler period. Child Development, 58, 367-375. THIEMANN-BOURQUE, K.S., BRADY, N.C. & FLEMING, K.K (2012). Symbolic play of preschoolers with severe communication impairments with autism and other developmental delays : More similarities than differences. Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders, 42 (5), 863-873. [PDF]
WEININGER, O. & FITZGERALD, D. (1988). Symbolic play and interhemispheric integration : Some thoughts on a neuropsychological model of play. Journal of Research & Development in Education, 21 (4), 23-40. STONE, S.J. & BURRISS, K.G. (2016). A case for symbolic play : An important foundation for literacy development. The International Journal of Holistic Early Learning & Development, 3, 59-72. [PDF]
Voir aussi Jeu, Fonction symbolique, Imitation différée et Symbole
 
Jeu vidéo/Jeu vidéo à distance/En réseau : Contrairement aux jeux de hasard, où la chance/hasard joue un rôle déterminant, les jeux vidéo sont des jeux qui nécessitent beaucoup d'attention et d'adresse (vitesse d'exécution et précision), de mémoire (à court et à long terme) et de stratégie (résolution d'énigmes, découverte d'indices, coopération, etc). De nos jours, on joue à ces jeux au moyen d'un ordinateur ou d'une console de jeu branchés à internet, en solo ou en groupe virtuel/MMORPG. Jeu vidéo, jeu vidéo multijoueur et dépendance à internet. Video games, computer game, arcade games, on-line game, Online computer gaming, online gaming.
 
Types de jeu vidéo
Jeu vidéo/Jeu vidéo à distance Jeu vidéo éducatif Jeu vidéo multijoueur/MMORPG
Dépendance au jeu vidéo

   
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  PROTS, S., McDONALD, K.A., ANDERSON, C.A. & GENTILE, D.A. (2012). Video games : good, bad, or other ? Pediatric Clinics of North America 59 (3), 647-658. [PDF]
  GOLLWITZER, M. & MELZER, A. (2012). Macbeth and the joystick : Evidence for moral cleansing after playing a violent video game. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 48(6), 1356-1360.
  SALEEM, M., ANDERSON, C.A. & GENTILE, D.A. (2012). Effects of prosocial, neutral, and violent video games on children’s helpful and hurtful behaviors. Aggressive Behavior, 38, 281-287. [PDF]
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KING, D.L., DELFABBRO, P.H., DEREVENSKY, J.L. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2012). A review of Australian classification practices for commercial video games featuring simulated gambling. International Gambling Studies, 12, 231-242.
FERGUSON, C.J., SAN MIGUEL, C., GARZA, A. & JERABECK, J. (2012). A longitudinal test of video game violence effects on dating violence, aggression and bullying : A 3-year longitudinal study of adolescents. Journal of Psychiatric Research, 46, 141-146.
  KUSS, D.J. & GRIFFITHS, M. (2012). Adolescent online gaming addiction. Education & Health, 30 (1), 1-3. [PDF]
  GENTILE, D.A., SWING, E.L., KHOO, S. & LIM, C.G. (2012). Video game playing, attention problems, and impulsiveness : Evidence of bidirectional causality. Psychology of Popular Media Culture, 1 (1), 62-70. [PDF]
  PUREWAL, J. (2012). The converging worlds of social gaming and gambling. World Online Gambling Law Review, 11 (6), 7-8. [PDF]
  BAVELIER, D. & GREEN, C.S., SCHRATER, P. & POUGET, A. (2012). Brain plasticity through the life span : Learning to learn and action video games. Annual Reviews of Neuroscience, 35, 391-416. [PDF]
  ANDERSON, C.A., GENTILE, D.A. & DILL, K.E. (2012). Prosocial, antisocial, and other effects of recreational video games. In D.G. Singer & J.L. Singer (Eds.), Handbook of children and the media (pp. 249-272). Thousand Oaks. [PDF]
  GRAHAM, T.L. & GOSLING, S.D. (2012). Impressions of World of Warcraft players' personalities based on their usernames : Interobserver consensus but no accuracy. Journal of Research in Personality, 46, 599-603.
  COLE, H. & GRIFFITHS, M. (2012). Social interactions in massively multiplayer online role-playing gamers. CyberPsychology & Behavior 10 (4), 575-583. [PDF]
  SCHIMMENTI, A., GUGLIELMUCCI, F., BARBASIO, C. & GRANIERI, A. (2012). Attachment disorganization and dissociation in virtual worlds : A study on problematic internet use among players of online role playing games. Clinical Neuropsychiatry, 9 (5), 195-202. [PDF]
  GREEN, C.S., SUGARMAN, M.A., MEDFORD, K., KLOBUSICKY, E. & BAVELIER, D. (2012). The effect of action video game experience on task-switching. Computers in Human Behavior, 28, 984-994. [PDF]
  BAVELIER, D., GREEN, C.S. & SEIDENBERG, M.S. (2013). Cognitive development : Gaming your way out of dyslexia ? Current Biology, 23 (7), 282-283. [PDF]
FUNK, J.B., FLORES, G., BUCHMAN, D.D. & GERMANN, J.N. (1999). Rating electronic games : Violence is in the eye of the beholder. Youth & Society, 30, 283-312. WEST, G.L., El-AIDROOS, N. & PRATT, J. (2013). Action video game experience affects oculomotor performance. Acta Psychologica, 142, 38-42. [PDF]
  McLEAN, L. & GRIFFITHS, M.D. (2013). The psychological effects of videogames on young people : A review. Revista de Psicologia, Ciències de l'Educació i de l'Esport, 31 (1), 119-133. [PDF]
GRIFFITHS, M.D. KING, D.L. & DELFABBRO, P.H. (1999). Simulated gambling in video gaming : What are the implications for adolescents ? Education & Health, 30 (3), 68-70. [PDF] GRAHAM, T.L. & GOSLING, S.D. (2013). Personality profiles associated with different motivations for playing world of Warcraft. Cyberpsychology, Behavior, & Social Networking, 16, 189-193.
  WU, A.M.S., LEU, L.L.M. & KU, L. (2013). Psychological needs, purpose in life, and problem video game playing among Chinese young adults. International Journal of Psychology, 48(4), 583-590.
  WONG, U. & CARSON-HODGINS, D. (2013). Development of the game addiction inventory for adults (GAIA). Addiction Research & Theory, 1-15. [PDF]
BALLARD, M.E. & LINEBERGER, R. (1999). Video game violence and confederate gender : Effects on reward and punishment given by college males. Sex Roles : A Journal of Research, 41, 541-558. VAN RAVENZWAAIJ, D., BOEKEL, W., FORSTMANN, B., RATCLIFF, R. & WAGENMAKERS, E.J. (2014). Action video games do not improve the speed of 10 of 32 information processing in simple perceptual tasks. Journal of Experimental Psychology : General, 143, 1794-1805. [PDF]
  HULL, J.G., BRUNELLE, A.T., PRESCOTT, A.T. & SARGENT, J.D. (2014). A longitudinal study of risk-glorifying video games and behavioral deviance. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 107 (2), 300-325. [PDF] + [PDF]
GRIFFITHS, M.D. (1999). Violent video games and aggression : A review of the literature. Aggression & Violent Behavior, 4 (2), 203-212. [PDF] GRANIC, I., LOBEL, A. & ENGELS, C.M.E. (2014). The benefits of playing video games. American Psychologist, 69 (1), 66-78. [PDF]
  DRUMMOND, A. & SAUER, J.D. (2014). Video-games do not negatively impact adolescent academic performance in science, mathematics or reading. Plos One 9 (4), 1-5. [PDF]
  WEST, G.L., DRISDELLE, B., KONISHI, K., JACKSON, J., JOLICOEUR, P. & BOHBOT, V.D. (2015). Habitual action video game paying is associated with caudate nucleus-dependent navigational strategies. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 282, 1-9. [PDF]
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Voir aussi Dépendance aux jeux, Dépendance/Internet, Jeu multijoueurs, Attention et Représentation/violence
 
Jeu vidéo compulsif : Voir Dépendance au jeu vidéo.
Jeu vidéo éducatif : Jeu vidéo qui favorise les apprentissages scolaires notamment en classe. Jeu vidéo et logiciel éducatif. Educational video game, educational game.

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  DICKEY, M.D. (2005). Three-dimensional virtual worlds and distance learning : Two case studies of Active Worlds as a medium for distance education. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36 (3), 439-451.
BROWN, S.J., LIEBERMAN, D.A., GERMENY, B.A., FAN, Y.C., WILSON, D.M. & PASTA, D.J. (1997). Educational video game for juvenile diabetes : Results of a controlled trial. Medical Informatics, 22, 77-89. O'NEIL, H.F., WAINESS, R. & BAKER, E.L. (2005). Classification of learning outcomes : Evidence from the computer games literature. The Curriculum Journal, 16 (5), 455-474.
AMORY, A., NAICKER, K., VINCENT, J. & ADAMS, C. (1999). The use of computer games as an educational tool : Identification of appropriate game types and game elements. British Journal of Educational Technology, 30 (4), 311-321. CORBIT, M. (2005). Moving into cyberspace : Game worlds for learning. Knowledge Quest, 34 (1), 18-22.
GRIFFITHS, M. (2002). The educational benefits of videogames. Education & Health, 20 (3), 47-51. [PDF] EL-NASR, M.S. & SMITH, B.K. (2006). Learning through game modding. ACM Computers in Entertainment, 4 (1), 7.
JENKINS, H., KLOPFER, E., SQUIRE, K. & TAN, P. (2003). Entering the education arcade. Computers in Entertainment, 1(1), 17. DONDLINGER, M.J. (2007). Educational video game design : A review of the literature. Journal of Applied Educational Technology 4 (1), 21-31. [PDF]
AGUILERA, M.D. & MENDIZ, A. (2003). Video games and education : (education in the face of a "parallel school"). ACM Computers in Entertainment, 1(1), 10-10. HOWARD-JONES, P. & DEMETRIOU, S. (2009). Uncertainty and engagement with learning games. Instructional Science, 37 (6), 519-536. [PDF]
GEE, J.P. (2003). What video games have to teach us about learning and literacy. New York : Palgrave MacMillan. HABGOOD, M.P.J. & AINSWORTH, S.E. (2011). Motivating children to learn effectively : exploring the value of intrinsic integration in educational games. Journal of the Learning Sciences, 20 (2), 169-206. [PDF]
Voir aussi Logciel éducatif et Ordinateur
Jeu vidéo en réseau multijoueur : Jeu vidéo dont les participants, souvent en grand nombre, interagissent indirectement via des ordinateurs reliés par internet ou un réseau local (land/Local area network). Jeu multijoueurs, jeu vidéo et dépendance aux jeux vidéo. Massively Multiplayer Online Role. MMORPG, Multi-user Distributed Virtual Environments.

  MATIJASEVIC, M., GRACANIN, D. & LOVREK, I. (2002). A framework for multi-user distributed virtual environments. IEEE Trans. on SMC-B, 32 (4), 416-429.  
STEINKUEHLER, C.A. (2004), Learning in massively multiplayer online games. In Proceedings of the 6th international conference on Learning sciences (pp. 521-528). Santa Monica, California : International Society of the Learning Sciences. SUZNJEVIC, M., MATIJASEVIC, M. & DOBRIJEVIV, O. (2008). Action specific massive multiplayer online role playing games traffic analysis : Case study of World of Warcraft. Proceedings of the 7th ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Network and System Support for Games, 106-107. [PDF]
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CHILDRESS, M.D. & BRAWELL, R. (2006). Using massively multiplayer online role-playing games for online learning. Distance Education, 27 (2), 187-196. ZANETTA, D.F., ZERMATTEN, A., BILLIEUX, J., THORENS, G., BONDOLFI, G., ZULLINO, D. & KHAZAAL, Y. (2011) Motivations to play specifically predict excessive involvement in massively multiplayer online role-playing games : Evidence from an online survey. European Addiction Research, 17 (4), 185-189.
CHUANG, Y.C. (2006). Massively multiplayer online role-playing game-induced seizures: A neglected health problem in Internet addiction. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 9 (4), 451-456. KUSS, D.J., LOUWS, J. & WIERS, R.W. (2012). Online gaming addiction ? Motives predict addictive play behavior in massively multiplayer online role-playing games. CyberPsychology, Behavior & Social Networking, 15, (9), 480-485. [PDF]
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SMYTH, J.M. (2007). Beyond self-selection in video game play: An experimental examination of the consequences of massively multiplayer online role-playing game play. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 10 (5), 717-721.  
Voir aussi Dépendance aux jeux vidéo, Dépendance à Internet, Jeu vidéo et Représentation de la violence
Jeune agresseur : Voir Adolescent agresseur.
Jevons Stanley William (1835-1882) : Économiste, méthodologiste et logicien anglais. On lui doit la première théorie de l'utilité marginale. Collaborateur de Walras.
JEVONS, S.W. (1871). Theory of political economy.
JEVONS, S.W. (1874). Principles of science : A treatise on logic and scientific method.
 
 
 
Jeynes William H. ( ) : Spécialiste américain de l'éducation. Il s'intéresse notamment à l'implication des parents dans la réussite scolaire.
JEYNES, W.H. (2001). The effects of recent parental divorce on their children’s consumption of alcohol. Journal of Youth & Adolescence, 30 (3), 305-319.
JEYNES, W.H. (2003). A meta-analysis : The effects of parental involvement on minority children’s academic achievement. Education & Urban Society, 35, 202-218.
JEYNES, W.H. (2005). A meta-analysis of the relation of parental involvement to urban elementary school children’s academic achievement. Urban education, 40, 237-269. [PDF]
JEYNES, W.H. (2007). The relationship between parental involvement and urban secondary school academic achievement : A meta- analysis. Urban Education, 42, 82-110.
JEYNES, W.H. & BEUTTLER, F. (2012). What private & public schools can learn from each other. Peabody Journal of Education, 87 (3), 285-304.
Jimerson Shane R. ( ) : Psychologue américain, spécialisé en éducation, et plus particulièrement dans l'étude du redoublement scolaire.
JIMERSON, S.R., CARLSON, E., ROTERT, M., EGELAND, B. & ROUFE, L.A. (1997). A prospective, longitudinal study of the correlates and consequences of early grade retention. Journal of School Psychology, 35, 3-25.
JIMERSON, S.R. (2001). A synthesis of grade retention research : Looking backward and moving forward. The California School Psychologist, 6, 47-59. [PDF]
JIMERSON, S.R. (2001). Meta-analysis of grade retention research : Implications for practice in the 21st century. School Psychology Review, 30, 420-437.
JIMERSON, S.R. & KAUFMAN, A.M. (2003). Reading, writing, and retention : A primer on grade retention research. The Reading Teacher, 56, 622-635.
JIMERSON, S.R., PLETCHER, S.M.W. & GRAYDON, K. (2006). Beyond grade retention and social promotion : promoting the social and academic competence of students. Psychology in the Schools, 43 (1), 85-96. [PDF]
JOANISSE - JOHN - JOHNSON - JOHNSON-LAIRD - JOI - JOINER - JOLICOEUR - JONES - JONIDES - JOSEPH - JOUER - JOURNAL - JU
Joanisse Marc F. ( ) : Psychologue connexioniste canadien et spécialiste de l'étude du langage. Collaborateur de Archibald, Gathercole, Seidenberg et Tannock.
JOANISSE, M.F. & SEIDENBERG, M.S. (1998). Specific language impairment in children : An impairment in grammar or processing ? Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2 (7), 240-246. [PDF]
JOANISSE, M.F. &, SEIDENBERG, M.S. (1999). Impairments in verb morphology after brain injury : A connectionist model. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A., 96, 7592-7597. [PDF]
JOANISSE, M.F. & SEIDENBERG, M.S. (2003). Phonology and syntax in specific language impairments : Evidence from a connectionist model. Brain & Language, 86, 40-56. [PDF]
JOANISSE, M.F. & SEIDENBERG, M.S. (2005). Imaging the past : Neural activation in frontal and temporal regions during regular and irregular past tense processing. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience, 5, 282-296. [PDF]
JOANISSE, M.F., ZEVIN, J.D. & McCANDLISS, B.D. (2007). Brain mechanisms implicated in the preattentive categorization of speech sounds revealed using fMRI and short interval habituation trials. Cerebral Cortex, 17, 2084-2093. [PDF]
Joel Daphna (1967-) : Neuropsychologue et féministe israélienne, spécialisée dans l'étude des différences sexuelles. Collaboratrice de Fausto-Sterling, Fine, Gray Kaiser, Jordan-Young et Rippon.
JOEL, D. (2011). Male or female ? Brains are intersex. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, 5, [57], 1-5. [PDF]
JOEL, D., BERMAN, Z., TAVOR, I., WEXLER, N., GABER, O., STEIN, Y., SHEFI, N., POOL, J., URCHSE, S., MARGULIESE, D.S., LIEME, F., HÄNGGIF, J., JÄNCKEF, L. & ASSAF Y. (2015). Sex beyond the genitalia : The human brain mosaic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of United States of America, 112, 15468-15473. [PDF]
JOEL, D. & YANKELEVITCH-YAHAV, R. (2014). Reconceptualizing sex, brain and psychopathology : Interaction, interaction, interaction. British Journal of Pharmacology, 171, 4620-4635. [PDF]
JOEL, D. & FAUSTO-STERLING, A. (2016). Beyond sex differences: New approaches for thinking about variation in brain structure and function. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, B 371, 20150451. [PDF]
JOEL, D. (2016). Captured in terminology : Sex, sex categories, and sex differences. Feminism & Psychology, 26 (3) 335-345. [PDF]
Jogging : Course à pied à faible allure, pratiquée généralement sur de longue distance. Il s'agit d'un exercice physique lorsqu'il est pratiqué dans le but de maintenir la forme, et d'un sport quand le joggeur tente d'améliorer sa performance ou de battre de vitesse les autres coureurs. = course à pied. Picture.

  VAN HOUTEN, R. (1993). The use of joggers wrist weights to reduce self-injury maintained by sensory reinforcement. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. 26, 197-203. [PDF]
Johannsen/Johansen/Jonhanson
Wilhelm Ludwig Johannsen Espen Borgâ Johansen C.E. Johanson
Les Johnson
 
Johannsen Wilhelm Ludwig (Copenhague 1857-1927 Copenhague) : Botaniste et généticien danois. On lui doit les concepts de génotype et de phénotype.
JOHANNSEN, W. (1905). The elements of heredity. Copenhagen.
JOHANNSEN, W. (1911). The genotype conception of heredity. American Naturalist, 45, 129-159.
 
CHURCHILL, F.B. (1974). William Johannsen and the genotype concept. Journal of the History of Biology, 7, 5-30.
 
Johansen Espen Borgâ ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste norvégien et spécialiste de l'étude du trouble deficitaire de l'attention, notamment des délais de renforcement. Collaborateur de Killeen, Sagvolden, Tannock, Tripp et Wickens.
JOHANSEN, E.B., AASE, H., MEYER, A. & SAGVOLDEN, T. (2002). Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) behaviour explained by dysfunctioning reinforcement and extinction processes. Behavioural Brain Research, 130, 37-45.
JOHANSEN, E.B. & SAGVOLDEN, T. (2004). Response disinhibition may be explained as an extinction deficit in an animal model of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Behavioural Brain Research, 149, 183-196.
JOHANSEN, E.B., SAGVOLDEN, T., AASE, H. & RUSSELL, V.A. (2005). The dynamic develop- mental theory of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) : Present status and future perspectives. Behavioral & Brain Sciences, 28, 451-454.
JOHANSEN, E.B., KILLEEN, P.R. & SAGVOLDEN, T. (2007). Behavioral variability, elimination of responses, and delay-of-reinforcement gradients in SHR and WKY rats. Behavioral & Brain Functions, 3, 1-12. [PDF] + [PDF]
JOHANSEN, E.B., KILLEEN, P.R., RUSSELL, V.A., TRIPP, G., WICKENS, J.R., TANNOCK, R., WILLIAMS, J. & SAGVOLDEN, T. (2009). Origins of altered reinforcement effects in ADHD. Behavioral & Brain Functions, 5 (7), [PDF]
Johanson Chris-Ellyn ( ) : Psychiatre béhavioriste américaine, spécialisée en pharmacologie béhaviorale, notamment dans l'étude de la cocaïne. Collaboratrice de Schuster et Woolverton.
JOHANSON, C.E. & SCHUSTER, C.R. (1975). A choice procedure for drug reinforcers : Cocaine and methylphenidate in the rhesus monkey. Journal of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics, 193, 676-688.
JOHANSON, C.E. (1977). The effects of electric shock on responding maintained by cocaine injections in a choice procedure in the rhesus monkey. Psychopharmacology, 53, 277-282.
JOHANSON, C.E. & FISCHMAN, M.W. (1977). The pharmacology of cocaine related to its abuse. Pharmacological Reviews, 41 (1), 3-52.
JOHANSON, C.E. & BALSTER, R.L. (1978). Asummaryof the results of a drug self-administration study using substitution procedures in rhesus monkeys. Bulletin on Narcotics, 30, 43-54.
JOHANSON, C.E. & AIGNER, T. (1981). Comparison of the reinforcing properties of cocaine and procaine in rhesus monkeys. Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Behavior, 15 (1), 49-53.
John Oliver P. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la personnalité. Collaborateur de Costa, Goldberg, Gross, Loelhlin, McCrae, Paulhus, Robins, Pervin et Winter.
JOHN, O.P. (1983). Joint factors in self-reports and ratings : Neuroticism, extraversion and openness to experience. Personality & Individual Differences, 4, 245-255.
CHAPLIN, W.F., JOHN, O.P. & GOLDBERG, L.R. (1988). Conceptions of states and traits : Dimensional attributes with ideals as prototypes. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 54, 541-557.
JOHN, O.P. (1990). The "Big Five" factor taxonomy : Dimensions of personality in the natural language and in questionnaires. In L. Pervin (Ed.), Handbook of personality : Theory and research (pp. 66-100). New York : Guilford Press.
McCRAE, R.R. & JOHN, O.P. (1992). An introduction to the five-factor model and its applications. Journal of Personality, 60, 175-215. [PDF]
JOHN, O.P. & SRIVASTAVA, S. (1999). The Big-Five trait taxonomy : History, measurement, and theoretical perspectives. In L.A. Pervin & O.P. John (Eds.), Handbook of personality : Theory and research (Vol. 2, pp. 102-138). New York : Guilford Press.
Johnson/Johnson-Laird
C. Anderson Johnson Jim M. Johnson Virginia Eshelman Johnson
Chalmers Asby Johnson Marcia K Johnson Wendell Louis Johnson
David W. Johnson Norine G. Johnson Wendy Johnson
Dominic D.P. Johnson Roger T. Johnson Philip N. Johnson-Laird
 
Johnson C. Anderson ( ) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude et la prévention du tabagisme. Étudiant de Jones. Collaborateur de Dent, Sussman et Unger.
JOHNSON, C.A., PENTZ, M.A., WEBER, M.D., DWYER, J.H, BAER, N., MacKINNON, D.P., HANSEN, W.B. & FLAY, B.R. (1990). Relative effectiveness of comprehensive community programming for drug abuse prevention with high-risk and low-risk adolescents. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 58 (4), 447-456.
JOHNSON, C.A., UNGER, J.B., RITT-OLSON, A., PALMER, P.H., CEN, S.Y., GALLAHER, P. & CHOU, C.-P. (2005). Smoking prevention for ethnically diverse adolescents : 2-year outcomes of a multicultural, school-based smoking prevention curriculum in Southern California. Preventive Medicine, 40 (6), 842-852.
JOHNSON, C.A., CEN, S, GALLAGHER, P., PALMER, P.H., XIAO, L., RITT-OLSON, A. & UNGER, J.B. (2007). Why smoking prevention programs sometimes fail. Does effectiveness depend on sociocultural context and individual characteristics ? Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers, & Prevention, 16, 1043-1049. [PDF]
Johnson Chalmers Ashby (1931-2010) : Historien américain. Il s'intéresse notamment à la militarisation et au terrorisme.
JOHNSON, C.A. (1966). Revolutionary change. Little Brown & Company.
JOHNSON, C.A. (1966). The sorrows of empire : Militarism, secrecy, and the end of the republic. Metropolitan Books.
JOHNSON, C.A. (1982). MITI and the Japanese miracle. Stanford University Press.
JOHNSON, C.A. (2004). Blowback : The costs and consequences of American empire. Holt Paperbacks.
JOHNSON, C.A. (2007). Nemesis : The last days of the american republic. Metropolitan Books.
Johnson David W. (Muncie 1940-) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la coopération, de la compétition, de l'individualisme et de la paix. Collaborateur de Johnson et Tjosvold.
JOHNSON, D.W. & NOREM-HEBEISEN, A. (1981). The relationship between cooperative, competitive, and individualistic attitudes and differentiated aspects of self-esteem. Journal of Personality, 49, 415-426.
JOHNSON, D.W. & JOHNSON, R.T. (1996). Conflict resolution and peer mediation programs in elementary and secondary schools : A review of the research. Review of Educational Research, 66 (4), 459-506.
JOHNSON, D.W. (2003). Social interdependence : The interrelationships among theory, research, and practice. The American Psychologist, 58 (11), 931-945. [PDF]
JOHNSON, D.W. & JOHNSON, R.T. (2005). New developments in social interdependence theory. Genetic, Social, & General Psychology Monographs, 131 (4), 285-358.
JOHNSON, D.W. & JOHNSON, R.T. (2009). An educational psychology success story : Social inter- dependence theory and cooperative learning. Educational Researcher, 38 (5), 365-379.
Johnson Dominic D.P. ( ) : Sociobiologiste et politologue anglais, spécialisé dans l'étude de la coopération. Collaborateur de Fowler, McDermott et Wrangham.
JOHNSON, D.D.P., MACDONALD, D.W. & DICKMAN, A.J. (2000.) A review of models of the sociobiology of the Mustelidae. Mammal Review, 30 (3), 171-196. [PDF]
JOHNSON, D.D.P., McDERMOTT, R., BARRETT, E.S., COWDEN, J., WRANGHAM, R., McINTYRE, M.H. & ROSEN, S. (2006). Overconfidence in wargames : experimental evidence on expectations, aggression, gender and testosterone. Proceedings of the Royal Society (B), 273 (1600), 2513-2520. [PDF]
JOHNSON, D.D.P. (2009). Darwinian selection in asymmetric warfare: the natural advantage of insurgents and terrorists. Journal of the Washington Academy of Sciences, 95 (3), 89-112. [PDF]
JOHNSON, D.D.P. & LEVIN, S.A. (2009). The tragedy of cognition : psychological biases and environmental inaction. Current Science, 97 (11), 1593-1603. [PDF]
JOHNSON, D.D.P. & FOWLER, J.H. (2011). The evolution of overconfidence. Nature, 477, 317-320. [PDF]
Johnson Jim M. ( ) : Psychologue béhavioriste américain. Collaborateur de Barrett, Foxx et Pennypacker.

JOHNSON, J.M. (1972). Punishment of human behavior. American Psychologist, 27, 1033-1054.
JOHNSON, J.M. & SHOOK, G.L. (1987). Developing behavior analysis at the state level. The Behavior Analyst, 10 (2), 199-233. [PDF]
JOHNSON, J.M. (2006). Distinguishing between applied research and practice. The Behavior Analyst, 19 (1), 35-47. [PDF]
JOHNSON, J.M. (2006). Replacing' problem behavior : An analysis of tactical alternatives. The Behavior Analyst, 29 (1), 1-11. [PDF]
JOHNSON, J.M., FOXX, R.M., JACOBSON, J.W., GREEN, G. & MULICK, J.A. (2006). Positive behavior support and applied behavior analysis. The Behavior Analyst, 29, 51-74. [PDF]
Johnson Marcia K. ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américaine, spécialisée dans l'étude de la mémoire. Étudiante de Postman. Professeure de Dodson et Phelps. Collaboratrice de Budson, Hasher, Lustig, Nolen-Hoeksema, Phelps, Postman, Schacter et Schooler.
JOHNSON, M.K. (1972). Organizational units in free recall as a source of transfer. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 94, 300-307.
JOHNSON, M.K., DOLL, T.J., BRANSFORD, J.D. & LAPINSKI, R.H. (1974). Context effects in sentence memory. Journal of Experimental Psychology, 103, 358-360. [PDF]
JOHNSON, M.K., RAYE, C.R., HASHER, L. & CHROMIAK, W. (1979). Are there developmental differences in reality-monitoring ? Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 27, 120-128. [PDF]
JOHNSON, M.K. & HASHER, L. (1987). Human learning and memory. Annual Review of Psychology, 38, 631-668. [PDF]
JOHNSON, M.K. (2006). Memory and reality. American Psychologist, 61, 760-771. [PDF]
Johnson Norine G. (1935-2011) : Psychologue et féministe américaine. Présidente de l'APA en 2001.

WORELL, J. & JOHNSON, N.G. (Eds.) (1998). Shaping the future of feminist psychology : Education, research, and practice. Washington, DC : American Psychological Association.
JOHNSON, N.G., WORELL, J. & ROBERT, M.C. (Eds.) (1999). Beyond Appearance : A new look at adolescent girls.Washington, DC : American Psychological Association.
ROZENSKY, R.H., JOHNSON, N.G., GOODHEART, C.D. & HAMMOND, W.R. (Eds.) (2001). Psychology’s mission includes health : an opportunity. Washington, DC : American Psychological Association.
ROZENSKY, R.H., JOHNSON, N.G., GOODHEART, C.D. & HAMMOND, W.R. (Eds.) (2003). Psychology builds a healthy world : Opportunities for research and practice. Washington, DC : American Psychological Association.
 
CANTOR, D.W. & GODDHEART, D.D. (2012). Norine G. Johnson (1935-2011) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 67 (3), 244-245.
Johnson Roger Tangmit (1938-) : Psychosociologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la coopération, de la compétition, de l'individualisme et de la paix. Collaborateur de Johnson et Tjosvold.
JOHNSON, R.T. & JOHNSON, D.W. (1979). Type of task and student achievement and attitudes in interpersonal cooperation, competition, and individualization. The Journal of Social Psychology, 108 (1), 37-48.
JOHNSON, R.T. & JOHNSON, D.W. (1979). Cooperative learning : The best of the one-room schoolhouse. The Teacher Educator, 27 (1), 6-13.
 
 
 
 
Johnson Virginia Eshelman (Springfield 1925-2013) : Sexologue américaine et pionnière de l'étude de la sexualité en laboratoire. Elle a décrit avec Masters la réponse sexuelle et mis au point des thérapies pour guérir les dysfonctions sexuelles. Collaboratrice de Masters.

Virginia Johnson et William Masters
MASTERS, W.H. & JOHNSON, V.E. (1966). Human sexual response. Boston: Little Brown.
MASTERS, W.H. & JOHNSON, V.E. (1975). The pleasure bond. Little : Brown.
MASTERS, W.H. & JOHNSON, V.E. (1970/81). Human sexual inadequacy. Little Brown/Bantam Books.
 
 
Johnson Wendell Louis (Roxbury 1906-1965 Iowa City) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste du bégaiement.
JOHNSON, W. (1933). An interpretation of stuttering. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 19, 70-77.
JOHNSON, W. (1936). Psychological considerations of stuttering. Journal of Exceptional Children, 43, 22-24.
JOHNSON, W. (1939). The treatment of stuttering. Journal of Speech Disorders, 4, 170-173.
JOHNSON, W. & COLLEY, W. (1945). The relationship between frequency and duration of moments of stuttering. Journal of Speech Disorders, 10, 35-38.
JOHNSON, W. (1950). Do you know how to listen ? ETC : A Review of General Semantics, 7, 3-9.
Johnson Wendy ( ) : Psychologue américaine spécialisée dans l'étude de l'intelligence, notamment chez les jumeaux, et de l'influence des gènes sur les phénomènes psychologiques. Collaboratrice de Batty, Bouchard, Deary, Gale, Gottesman, Krueger, McGue, Penke et Turkheimer.
JOHNSON, W., BOUCHARD, T.J., KRUEGER, R.F., McGUE, M. & GOTTESMAN, I. (2004). Just one g: consistent results from three test batteries. Intelligence, 32, 95-107. [PDF]
JOHNSON, W., McGUE, M. & KRUEGER, R.F. (2005). Personality stability in late adulthood : A behavioral genetic analysis. Journal of Personality, 73, 523-551.
JOHNSON, W. (2007). Genetic and environmental influences on behavior : Capturing all the interplay. Psychological Review, 114, 424-440.
JOHNSON, W., TURKHEIMER, E., GOTTESMAN, I.I. & BOUCHARD, T.J. (2009). Beyond heritability twin studies in behavioral research. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 18 (4), 217-220. [PDF]
JOHNSON, W., PENKE, L. & SPINATH, F.M. (2011). Understanding heritability : What it is and what it is not response. European Journal of Personality, 25 (4), 287-294.
Johnson-Laird Philip N. ( ) : Psychologue américain et chef de file du cognitivisme américain. Il a développé une théorie de la pensée et du raisonnement. Il s'intéresse également aux émotions et au langage. Collaborateur de Khemlani, Miller et Oatley.
JOHNSON-LAIRD, P.N. (1972). The three-term series problem. Cognition, 1, 57-82.
JOHNSON-LAIRD, P.N. (1980). Mental models in cognitive science. Cognitive Science, 4, 71-115.
JOHNSON-LAIRD, P.N. (1987). The mental representation of the meaning of words. Cognition, 25, 189-211. [PDF]
JOHNSON-LAIRD, P.N. (1999). Deductive reasoning. Annual Review of Psychology, 50, 109-135. [PDF]
JOHNSON-LAIRD, P.N. & MANCINI, F. & GANGEMI, A. (2006). A hyper-emotion theory of psychological illnesses. Psychological Review, 113 (4), 822-841.
Joie : Joy. Voir Bonheur ou Plaisir.
Joiner
Richard Joiner Thomas E. Joiner
 
Joiner Richard ( ) : Psychologue anglais, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'apprentissage assisté par ordinateur et de la collaboration en classe.
JOINER, R., LITTLETON, K., FAILKNER, D. & MIELL, D. (2000). Rethinking collaborative learning. London : Free Association Books.
JOINER, R., STANTON, D. & LUCKIN, R. (2003). Children and new technologies in education. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 19, 2.
JOINER, R. & ISSROFF, K. (2003). Tracing success : graphical methods for analysing successful collaborative problem solving. Computers & Education, 41 (4), 369-378.
JOINER, R. (2004). Supporting collaboration in virtual learning environments. CyberPsychology & Behavior, 7, 197-200.
Joiner Thomas E. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de la dépression et du suicide. Collaborateur d'Abramson, Bardone-Cone, Fincham, Lewinsohn, Metalsky, Riskind, Sheldon et Vohs.
JOINER, T. & METALSKY, G.I (1995). A prospective test of an integrative interpersonal theory of depression : A naturalistic study of college roommates. Journal of Personality & Social Psychology, 69, 778-788.
JOINER, T.E., RUDD, M.D., ROULEAU, M. & WAGNER, K.D. (2000). Parameters of suicidal crises vary as a function of previous suicide attempts in youth inpatients. Journal of the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, 39, 876-880.
JOINER, T.E., JOHNSON, F. & SODERSTROM, K. (2002). Association between serotonin transporter gene polymorphism and family history of completed and attempted suicide. Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior, 32, 329-332.
JOINER, T., BROWN, J. & WINGATE, L. (2005). The psychology and neurobiology of suicidal behavior. Annual Review of Psychology, 56, 287-314.
JOINER, T. (2005). Why people die by suicide. Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press.
Joireman Jeff A. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain. Il s'intéresse à l'effet du temps sur le comportement et à la prise de décision. Collaborateur de Kulhman, Van Vugt et Zuckerman.
ZUCKERMAN, M., JOIREMAN, J.A., KRAFT, M. & KULHMAN, D.M. (1999). Where do motivational and mood traits fit within three factor models of personality. Personality & Individual Differences, 26, 487-504.
JOIREMAN, J.A., KULHMAN, D.M., VAN LANGE, P.A.M., DOI, T. & SHELLEY, G.P. (2003). Perceived rationality, morality, and power of social choice as a function of interdependence structure and social value orientation. European Journal of Social Psychology, 33, 413-437.
JOIREMAN, J. (2004). Relationships between attributional complexity and empathy. Individual Differences Research, 3, 197-202.
JOIREMAN, J., VAN LANGE, P.A.M. & VAN VUGT, M. (2004). Who cares about the environmental impact of cars ? Those with an eye toward the future. Environment & Behavior, 35, 1-20. [PDF]
JOIREMAN, J., KAMDAR, D., DANIELS, D. & DUELL, B. (2006). Good citizens to the end ? It depends : Empathy and concern with future consequences moderate the impact of a short-term time horizon on OCBs. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 1307-1320.
Jolicoeur Pierre ( ) : Psychologue cogniviste américain, d'origine québécoise, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'attention et de la vision. Il enseigne à l'Université de Montréal. Étudiant de Kosslyn. Collaborateur de Cavanagh, Lassonde, Peretz et West.
JOLICOEUR, P. & KOSSLYN, S.M. (1983). Coordinate systems in the long-term memory representation of three-dimensional shapes. Cognitive psychology, 15 (3), 301-345.
JOLICOEUR, P. & CAVANAGH, P (1992). Mental rotation, physical rotation, and surface media. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 18, 371-384. [PDF]
JOLICOEUR, P. & DELL'ACQUA, R. (1998). The demonstration of short-term consolidation. Cognitive Psychology, 36, 138-202.
JOLICOEUR, P. (1999). Dual-task interference and visual encoding. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Human Perception & Performance, 25, 596-616.
JOLICOEUR, P. SESSA, P., DELL'ACQUA, R. & ROBITAILLE, N. (2006). On the control of visual spatial attention : Evidence from human electrophysiology. Psychological Research, 70, 414-424.
Jones
B.C. Jones Fred Jones Howard J Jones
Edward Ellsworth Jones Harold Ellis Jones Stevens H. Jones
Ernest jones Mary Cover Jones Warren H. Jones
 
Jones Benedict C. ( ) : Psychologue évolutionniste écossais et spécialiste de l'étude du visage, notamment en lien avec la beauté et l'attirance physique. Collaborateur de Deary, Debruine, Little, Penke et Perrett.
JONES, B.C., LITTLE, A.C., PENTON-VOAK, I.S, TIDDEMAN, B.P., BURT, D.M. & PERRETT, D.I. (2001). Facial symmetry and judgements of apparent health : Support for a 'good genes' explanation of the attractiveness-symmetry relationship. Evolution & Human Behavior, 22, 417-429.
JONES, B.C., LITLLE, A.C., BURT, M. & PERRETT, D.I. (2004). When facial attractiveness is only skin deep. Perception, 33, 569-576. [PDF]
JONES, B.C., LITLLE, A.C. BOOTHROYD, L.G., DeBRUINE, L.M., FEINBERG, D.R., LAW- SMITH, M.J. CORNWELL, R.E., MOORE, F.R. & PERRETT, D.I (2005). Commitment to relationships and preferences for femininity and apparent health in faces are strongest on days of the menstrual cycle when progesterone level is high. Hormones & Behavior, 48 (3), 283-290. [PDF]
JONES, B.C., DEBRUINE, L.M. & LITTLE, A.C. (2007). The role of symmetry in attraction to average faces. Perception & Psychophysics, 69 (8), 1273-1277. [PDF]
JONES, B.C., FINCHER, C.L., WELLING, L.L.M., LITTLE, A.C., FEINBERG, D.R., WATKINS, C.D., Al-DUJAILI, E.A.S. & DEBRUINE, L.M. (2013). Salivary cortisol and pathogen disgust predict men's preferences for feminine shape cues in women's faces. Biological Psychology, 92 (2), 233-240.
Jones Edward Ellsworth (1926-1993) : Psychosociologue américain. Il a développé l'une des toute premières théories de l'attribution. On lui doit également la théorie de l'auto-handicap social (Avec Berglas). = Ned Jones. Étudiant de Bruner. Professeur de Baumeister, Davis, Gergen, Gilbert, Johnson et Linville. Collaborateur d'Archer, Hastorf, Kelley, Markus, Nisbett, Quattrone, Rhodewalt, Valins et Weiner.

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JONES, E.E. & DAVIS, K.E. (1965). From acts to dispositions : The attribution process in person perception. In L. Berkowitz (Ed.), Advances in experimental social psychology. Orlando, FL : Academic Press.
JONES, E.E. & HARRIS, V.A. (1967). The attribution of attitudes. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology 3, 1-24.
JONES, E.E. & SIGALL, H. (1971). The Bogus pipeline : A new paradigm for measuring affect and attitude. Psychological Bulletin, 76 (5), 349-364.
JONES, E.E. & NISBETT, R.E. (1971). The actor and the observer : Divergent perceptions of the causes of behavior. In E.E. Jones, D.E. Kanouse, H.H. Kelley, R.E. Nisbett, S. Valins & B.W. Weiner (Eds.), Attribution : Perceiving the causes of behavior (pp. 37-52). Morristown, NJ : General Learning Press. [PDF]
JONES, E.E., FARINA, A., HASTORF, H.A., MARKUS, H., MILLER, D.T., SCOTT, R.A. & FRENCH, R.S. (1984). Socials stigma : The psychology of marked relationships. New York : W.H. Freeman and Company.
 
GILBERT, D.T. & LINDZEY, G. (1994). Edward E. Jones (1926-1993) : Obituary. American Psychologist, 49 (8), 756-757.
GILBERT, D.T. (2000). Edward Ellsworth Jones. In A.E. Kazdin (Ed.), Encyclopedia of psychology. Washington, DC : APA Press.
Jones Ernest (Gowerton 1879-1958 Londres) : Psychiatre, neurologue et psychanalyste d'origine galloise. Premier biographe de Freud et membre de la Société psychologique du mercredi. Il est aussi le fondateur de l'American Psychoanalytic Association (en 1911). Analysé par Ferenczi et analyste de Rivière. Étudiant de Bleuler, Jung et Kraepelin. Collaborateur d'Abraham et Simmel.
JONES, E. (1926). Deprivation of the senses as a castration symbol. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 7, 236-237.
JONES, E. (1953/58). The life and work of Sigmund Freud. New York : Basic Books. La vie et l'oeuvre de Sigmund Freud. Paris : Presses Universitaires de France.
JONES, E. (1950). Essais de psychanalyse. Paris : Payot.
JONES, E. (1973). Le cas de Paul Morphy : Contribution à la psychologie du joueur d'échec. Dans Essais de psychanalyse appliquée. Paris : Payot-Rivages.
JONES, E. (2002). Le cauchemar. Paris : Payot-Rivages.
 
VASZKY-WAGNER, L. (1966/95). Ernest Jones. The biography of Freud. In F. Alexander, S. Eisenstein & M. Grotjahn (Eds.), Psychoanalytic pioneers.
GILLEPSIE, W. (1979). Ernst Jones : The bonny fighter. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 60, 273-279.
BROME, V. (1982/84). Ernest Jones. Freud's alter ego. Caliban Books.
MADDOX, B. (2008). Freud's wizard : Ernest Jones and the transformation of psychoanalysis. Da Capo Press.
Jones Frederic H. (Philadelphia-) : Psychologue américain et sécialiste de l'éducation,notamment de la discipline et de la gestion de classe.
JONES, F. (1987). Positive classroom discipline. McGraw Hill.
JONES, F. (1987). Positive classroom instruction.
JONES, F. (2000). Tools for teaching : Discipline, instruction, motivation. Primary prevention of classroom discipline problems. Santa Cruz, CA: Fredric H. Jones & Associates.
Jones Harold Ellis (New Brunswick États-Unis 1894-1960 Paris) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude du développement. Étudiant de Woodworth. Professeur de Campbell. Collaborateur de Jones.
JONES, H.E. (1933). The growth and decline of intelligence : A study of a homogeneous group between the ages of ten and sixty. Genetic Psychology Monographs, 3, 223-298.
JONES, H.E. (1943). Development in adolescence. Approaches to the study of the individual. New York : D. Appleton-Century Co.
JONES, H.E. (1956). The replacement problem in child development. Child Development, 27 (2), 37-240.
Jones Mary Cover (Johnstown Pennsylvanie 1896-1987 Santa Barbara États-Unis) : Psychologue béhavioriste américaine spécialisée dans l'étude du conditionnement répondant et des phobies (le cas de Peter). Certains historiens des sciences la considèrent comme l'inventeure des thérapies béhavioristes. Collaboratrice de Jones et Watson.
JONES, M.C. (1924). A laboratory study of fear : The case of Peter. Pedagogical Seminary, 31, 308-315.[LIRE]
JONES, M.C. (1926). The development of early behavior patterns in young children. Pedagogical Seminary, 33, 537-585.
JONES, M.C. (1957). The later careers of boys who were early or late maturing. Child Development, 28, 113-128.
JONES, M.C. (1968). Personality correlates and antecedents of drinking patterns in adult males. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 31, 2-12.
JONES, M.C. (1974). Albert, Peter, and John B. Watson. American Psychologist, 29, 581-583.
 
MUSSEN, P. & EICHORN, D. (1988). Obituary: Mary Cover Jones (1896-1987). American Psychologist, 43 (10), 818.
Jones Howard J. ( ) : Psychologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude des illusions et de la parapsychologie. Collaborateur de Zusne.

JONES, W.H. & ZUSNE, L. (1981). Teaching anomalistic psychology. Teaching of Psychology, 8 (2), 78-82.
ZUSNE, L. & JONES, W.H. (1982). Anomalistic psychology : A study of extraordinary phenomena of behavior and experience. Hillsdale, NJ : Erlbaum.
ZUSNE, L. & JONES, W.H. (1989). Anomalistic psychology : A study of magical thinking. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Jones Stevens H. ( ) : Psychologue cognitivo-béhavioriste anglais, spécialisé dans l'étude du trouble bipolaire et de la schizophénie. Collaborateur de Bentall et Lam.
 JONES, S.H., GRAY, J.A. & HEMSLEY, D.R. (1993). Differences in selective processing of non-emotional information between agoraphobic and normal subjects. Cognition & Emotion, 7, 531-544.
 JONES, S.H. & TALLIS, F. (1994). Coping with schizophrenia. London : Sheldon Press.
 JONES, S.H. (2002). Cognitive behaviour therapy in the treatment of bipolar disorder. Bipolar Disorders, 4, 275.
 LAM, D.H. & JONES, S.H. (2006). Bipolar disorder. In A. Carr & M. McNulty (Eds.), Handbook of adult clinical psychology. London : Routledge.
 JONES, S.H. & HAYWARD, P.H. (2004). Coping with schizophrenia. Oxford : Oneworld.
Jones Warren Hurst (1945-2016 ) : Psychologue américain et spécialiste de l'étude de la solitude et de la timidité. Collaborateur de Cheek.
 JONES, W.H. (1981). Loneliness and social contact. Journal of Social Psychology, 113, 295-296.
 JONES, W.H., SANSONE, C. & HELM, B. (1981). Loneliness and interpersonal judgments. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin, 9 (3), 437-441.
 JONES, W.H., HOBBS, S.A. & HOCKENBURY, D. (1982). Loneliness and social skills deficits. Journal of Personality & Social Personality, 42 (4), 27-48.
 JONES, W.H. (1990). Loneliness and social exclusion. Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 9 (2), 214-220.
 JONES, W.H. & KUGLER, K. (1993). Interpersonal correlates of the Guilt Inventory. Journal of Personality Assessment, 61 (2), 246-258.
 Jonides John (1947-) : Psychologue cognitiviste américain d'origine américaine, spécialisé dans l'étude la mémoire de travail. Collaborateur de Awh, Cohen, Egeth, Gotlib, Joormann, Kosslyn, Naveh-Benjamin, Smith, Wager et Ybarra.
JONIDES, J. & NAVEH-BENJAMIN, M. (1987). Estimating frequency of occurrence. Journal of Experimental Psychology : Learning, Memory, & Cognition, 13, 230-240.
JONIDES, J., SCHUMACHER, E.H., SMITH, E.E., KOEPPE, R.A., AWH, E., REUTER-LORENZ, P.A., MASHUETZ, C. & WILLIS, C.R. (1998). The role of parietal cortex in verbal working memory. The Journal of Neuroscience, 18 (13), 5026-5034. [PDF]
JONIDES, J., LACEY, S.C. & NEE, D.E. (2005). Processes of working memory in mind and brain. Current Directions in Psychological Science, 14, 2-5. [PDF]
JONIDES, J. & NEE, D.E. (2006). Brain mechanisms of proactive interference in working memory. Neuroscience, 139, 181-193. [PDF]
JONIDES, J., LEWIS, R.L., NEE, D.E., LUSTIG, C.A., BERMAN, M. & MOORE, K.S. (2008). The mind and brain of short-term memory. Annual Review of Psychology, 59, 193-224. [PDF]
Joormann Jutta ( ) : Psychologue cognitiviste américaine d'origine allemande, spécialisée dans l'étude de la régulation des humeurs et des inquiétudes. Collaboratrice de Gotlib, Jonides et Stöber.
JOORMANN, J. & STÖBER, J. (1997). Measuring facets of worry : A LISREL analysis of the Worry Domains Questionnaire. Personality & Individual Differences, 23, 827-837.
JOORMANN, J. & SIEMER, M. (2004). Memory accessibility, mood regula- tion, and dysphoria: Difficulties in repairing sad mood with happy memories ? Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 113, 179-188.
JOORMANN, J. (2006). Differential effects of rumination and dysphoria on the inhibition of irrelevant emotional naterial: Evidence from a negative priming task. Cognitive Therapy & Research, 30, 149-160.
JOORMANN, J., SIEMER, M. & GOTLIB, I.H. (2007). Mood regulation in depression : Differential effects of distraction and recall of happy memories on sad mood. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116, (3), 484-490. [PDF]
JOORMANN, J. & GOTLIB, I.H. (2007). Selective attention to emotional faces following recovery from depression. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 116 (1), 80-85. [PDF]
Jordan-Young Rebecca M. (1963-) : Sociologue et méthodologiste américaine, spécialisé dans l'étude des différences sexeuelles. Collaboratrice de Fine, Joel, Kaiser et Rippon.
JORDAN-YOUNG, R. & RUMIATI, R.I. (2012). Hardwired for sexism ? Approaches to sex/gender in neuroscience. Neuroethics, 5 (3), 305-315. [PDF]
JORDAN-YOUNG, R. (2012). Hormones, context, and "brain gender": A review of evidence from congenital adrenal hyperplasia. Social Science & Medicine, 74 (11): 1738-1744.
JORDAN-YOUNG, R., FINE, C., RIPPON, G. & KAISER, A. (2014). Recommendations for sex/gender neuroimaging research : key principles and implications for research design, analysis and interpretation. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8 (650), 1-13.
JORDAN-YOUNG, R. & RUMIATI, RI. (2015). Debating a testosterone "sex gap". American Association for the Advancement of Science, 348 (6237), 858-886.
JORDAN-YOUNG, R.M. (2016). Hormones, sexe et cervau. Paris : Belin. / Brainstorm : The flaws in the science of sexe differences. Harvard University Press.
Jorion Paul (Bruxelles 1946-) : Sociologue et anthropologue belge.
JORION, P. et DELBOS, G. (1984). La transmission des savoirs. Paris : Éditions de la Maison des Sciences de l'Homme.
JORION, P. (1997). Principes des systèmes intelligents. Paris : Dunod.
JORION, P. (2003). Investing in a post-Enron world. New York : McGraw-Hill.
JORION, P. (2007). Vers la crise du capitalisme américain ? Paris : La Découverte.
JORION, P. (2008). La crise. Des subprimes au séisme financier planétaire. Fayard : Paris.
Joseph Jay ( ) : Psychologue américain, spécialisé dans l'étude de l'influence de l'environnement et des gènes sur les phénomènes psychologiques, notamment chez les jumeaux et les schizophrènes.
JOSEPH, J. (1998). The equal environment assumption of the classical twin method : a critical analysis. Journal of Mind & Behavior, 19, 325-358. [PDF]
JOSEPH, J. (1999). The genetic theory of schizophrenia : A critical overview. Ethical Human Sciences & Services, 1, 119-145. [PDF]
JOSEPH, J. (2000). Not in their genes : A critical view of the genetics of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. Developmental Review, 20, 539-567. [PDF]
JOSEPH, J. (2001). Separated twins and the genetics of personality differences : A critique. The American Journal of Psychology, 114 (1), 1-30. [PDF]
JOSEPH, J. (2011). A human genetics parable. Journal of Mind & Behavior, 32, 209-221. [PDF]
Jost
Adolf Jost John T. Jost
 
Jost Adolf (Graz 1895-192?) : Psychologue autrchien.
JOST, A. (1897). The strength of associations in their dependence on the distribution of repetitions. Zeitschrift fur Psychologie und Physiologie der Sinnesorgane, 16, 436-472.
 
 
 
HENRI, V. (1897). A. Jost, Influence de la distribution des répétitions sur la force d'association. L'année psychologique, 4 (4), 564-571. [PDF]
BRITT, J.H. & BUNCH, M.E. (1932). Jost's law and retroactive inhibition : The relative susceptibility of association of the same functional strength but of different age to retroactive inhibition. Washington : University of Washington.
SIMON, H.A. (1966). A note on Jost's law and exponential forgetting. Psychometrika, 31 (4), 505-506.
ALIN, L.H. (1997). The memory laws of Jost. Göteborg Psychological Reports, 27 (1), 1-21. [PDF]
WIXTED, J.T. (2004). On common ground : Jost's (1897) law of forgetting and Ribot's (1881) law of retrograde amnesia. Psychological Review, 111, 864-879. [PDF]
Jost John T. ( ) : Psychosociologue américain et spécialiste de la psychologie politique et de l'étude des idéologies. Collaborateur de Amodio, Banaji, Kruglanski et Nosek.
JOST, J.T. & BANAJI, M R. (1994). The role of stereotyping in system-justification and the production of false consciousness. British Journal of Social Psychology, 33 (1), 1-27. [PDF]
JOST, J.T., KRUGLANSKI, A.W., GLASER, J. & SULLOWAY, F.J. (2003). Political conservatism as motivated social cognition. Psychological Bulletin, 129 (3), 339-375. [PDF]
JOST, J.T. FREDERICO, C.M. & NAOIER, J.L. (2009). Political ideology : Its structure, functions, and elective affinities. Annual Review of Psychology, 60, 307-333. [PDF]
JOST, J.T. & AMODIO, D.M. (2012). Political ideology as motivated social cognition: Behavioral and neuroscientific evidence. Motivation & Emotion, 36, 55-64. [PDF]
JOST, J.T., NAM, H.H., AMODIO, D.M. & VAN BAVEL, J.J. (2014). Political neuroscience : The beginning of a beautiful friendship. Advances in Political Psychology, 1, 3-42. [PDF]
Jouer : Voir Jeu ou Jouet
Jouer à domicile : Voir Avantage du terrain et priorité de résidence.
Jouer avec une arme : Gun play.

  MILTENBERGER, R.G., FLESSNER, C.A., GATHERIDGE, B.J., JOHNSON, B.M., SATTERLUND, M.J. & EGEMO-HELM, K. (2004). Evaluation of behavioral skills training procedures to prevent gun play in children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 37, 513-516. [PDF]
MILTENBERGER, R.G., GATHERIDGE, B.J., SATTERLUND, M., EGEMO-HELM, K., JOHNSON, B.M., JOSTAD, C., KELSO, P. & FLESSNER, C. (2005). Teaching safety skills to children to prevent gun play : An evaluation of in situ training. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 38, 395-398. [PDF]
KELSO, P., MILTENBERGER, R., WATERS, M., EGEMO-HELM, K. & BAGNE, A. (2007). Teaching skills to second and third grade children to prevent gun play : A comparison of procedures. Education & Treatment of Children, 30, 29-48.
JOSTAD, C., MILTENBERGER, R.G., KELSO, P. & KNUDSON, P. (2008). Peer tutoring to prevent gun play : Acquisition, generalization, and maintenance of safety skills. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 41, 117-123.
Jouer dans son nez : Rhinotillexomanie. Nose picking, rhinotillexomania.
Jouet : Tout objet qui favorise le jeu. Jouet, comportement de jeu et jeu. Toy.

  BEKSON, G. & MASON W.A. (1965). Stereotyped movements of mental defectives : 4. The effects of toys and the character of the acts. American Journal of Mental Deficiency, 70, 511-524. LACROIX, V., POMERLEAU, A., MALCUIT, G., SÉGUIN, R. et LAMARRE, G. (2001). Développement langagier et cognitif de l'enfant dans un contexte de vulnérabilité : Relation avec la durée des vocalisations maternelles et les jouets présents dans l'environnement. Revue Canadienne des Sciences du Comportement, 33, 65-76.
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SERVIN, A., BOHLIN, G. & BERLIN, L. (1999). Sex differences in 1-, 3-, and 5-year-olds' toy choice in a structured play-session. Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 40, 43-48. [PDF] ALEXANDER, G.M. & WILCOX, T. (2009). Sex differences in adults’ relative visual interest in female and male faces, toys, and play styles. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 38, 434-441.
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Voir aussi Jeu et comportement de jeu
Joueur :Dans la théorie des jeux, désigne celui qui prend part à un jeu. Il peut s'agir d'un humain, d'un group d'humains ou d'animaux. Player.

  RAPOPORT, A. SEALE, D.A. & WINTER, E. (2002). Coordination and learning behavior in large groups with asymmetric players. Games & Economic Behavior, 39, 111-136.
CHARK, R., RAPOPORT, A. & ZWICK, R. (2011). Experimental comparison of two multiple-stage contest designs with asymmetric players. Public Choice, 147, 305-329. [PDF]
Joueur compulsif : Voir Jeu compulsif.
Joule Robert-Vincent ( ) : Psychosociologue français, spécialisé dans l'étude de la soumission et de la dissonance cognitive. Collaborateur de Beauvois Guéguen.
JOULE, R.-V. (1987). La dissonance cognitive : un état de motivation ? L'Année Psychologique, 87, 273-290.
JOULE, R.-V. (1987). Le pied-dans-la-porte : Un paradigme à la recherche d’une théorie. Psychologie Française, 32, 301-306.
JOULE, R.-V. & BEAUVOIS, J.L. (1998). Cognitive dissonance theory : a radical view. European Review of Social Psychology, 8, 1-32.
JOULE, R.-V. (2006). Acceptabilité sociale et savoirs scientifiques. Les Cahiers Internationaux de Psychologie Sociale, 70, 85-88. [PDF]
JOULE, R.-V., BERNARD, F., GEISSLER, A., GIRANDOLA, F. & HALIMI-FALKOWICZ, S. (2010). Binding communication at the service of organ donations. International Review of Social Psychology, 23 (3), 199-226.
Jourard Sidney M. (1926-1974) : Psychologue humaniste canadien, spécialisé dans l'étude du soi.
JOURARD, S.M. (1954). Ego strength and the recall of tasks. Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 49 (1), 51-58.
JOURARD, S.M. (1961). The phenomenon of resistance in the psychotherapist. Counseling Center Discussion Papers, 7 (13), 1-12.
JOURARD, S.M. (1961). Age trends in self-disclosure. Merrill-Palmer Quarterly of Behavior & Development, 7 (3), 191-198.
JOURARD, S.M. (1966). An exploratory study of body accessibility. British Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, 5, 221-231.
JOURARD, S.M. (1971/74). Self-disclosure. An experimental analysis of the transparent self. New York : Wiley / La transparence de soi. Éditeur : Éditions St-Yves.
Journal et quotidien : Média. Newspaper.

  GERBER, A., KARLAN, D. & BERGAN, D. (2009). Does the media matter ? A field experiment measuring the effect of newspapers on voting behavior and political opinions. American Economic Journal : Applieds Economics, 1 (2), 35-52. [PDF]
DE GROSBOIS, P. (2014). WikiLeaks : Journalisme de confrontation et militantisme du libre. Nouveaux Cahier du Socialisme, 11, 151-164.
Journal (scientifique) : Anglicisme. Voir Revue scientifique.
Liste des «journaux» : Voir Index des revues scientifiques
Journal de bord : Outil de collecte de données qui permet aux sujets d'une recherche de noter quotidiennement leurs observations concernant leurs comportements, leurs choix ou leurs opinions. La validité interne de cet outil est habituellement faible. Cet outil est très utilisé dans les recherches qui tentent d'évaluer ce que mangent ou regardent (TV) les gens. = journal d'activité. Diaries.

  NEALE, R.E. & GREEN, A.C. (2002). Measuring behavioral interventions by questionnaires and prospective diaries : An example of sunscreen use. Epidemiology, 13 (2), 224-227.
Journal de Thérapie Comportementale et Cognitive : Revue qui consacre ses pages aux thérapies en psychologie.
BOUCHARD, S., St-JACQUES, J., ROBILLARD, G. & RENAUD, P. (2007). Efficacité d'un traitement d'exposition en réalité virtuelle pour le traitement de l'arachnophobie chez l'enfant : Une étude pilote. Journal de Thérapie Comportementale et Cognitive, 17 (3), 101-108.

Journal des Psychologues : Revue multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à la psychologie.
ZAOUCHE-GAUDRON, C. (2006). Enfants et préecarités. Journal des Psychologues, 204, 63-66.

Journal for General Philosophy of Science : Revue scientifique d'épistémologie. Éditeur : Springer. = J Gen Phil Sci
DERKSEN, A.A. (1993). The seven sins of pseudo-science. Journal for General Philosophy of Science, 24, 17-42.

Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des religions. Éditeur : Wiley.
BATSON, C.D. & SCHOENRADE, P. (1991). Measuring religion as quest : Reliability concerns. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 30, 430-437.

Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour : Revue scientifique qui s'intéresse aux théories de la psychologie sociale. Éditeur : Wiley.
GEARY, D.C. (2009). Sex differences in reciprocal altruism : Reply to Mower. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 39,121-124.

Journal Français de Psychiatrie : Revue scientifique de psychiatrie consacrée aux troubles mentaux. Éditeur : Érès.
THIBIERGE, S. (2009). Syndrome de Fregoli. Journal Français de Psychiatrie, 35 (4), 37-40. [PDF]

Journal International de Victimologie : Revue scientifique de psychologie consacrée aux maladies mentales infantiles. Éditeur : .
BARIL K., TOURIGNY, M. & CYR, M. (2008). Le cycle intergénérationnel de la victimisation sexuelle des enfants : présentation du phénomène et proposition d’un modèle explicatif. Journal International de Victimologie, 17.

Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude scientifique et clinique des troubles psychologiques et de la maladie mentale chez les enfants. Éditeur : Springer.
LAHEY, B.B., LOEBER, R., BURKE, J. & RATHOUZ, P.J. (2002). Adolescent outcomes of childhood conduct disorder among clinic-referred boys : Predictors of improvement. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 30 (4), 333-348. [PDF]

Journal of Abnormal Psychology : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude scientifique et clinique des troubles psychologiques et de la maladie mentale. Éditeur : APA. = J. Abnorm. Soc. Psychol.
D'ZURILLA, T.J. & GOLDFRIED, M.R. (1971). Problem solving and behavior modification. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 78, 107-126.

Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology (1925-1964) : Revue scientifique de psychologie.
BANDURA, A., ROSS, D. & ROSS, S.A. (1961). Transmision of agression through imitation of aggressive models. Journal of Abnormal & Social Psychology, 63, 575-582.

Journal of Accounting Education : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'éducation. Éditeur : Elsevier.
WYGAL, D.E. (2015). Reflections on pathways to teaching, learning and curriculum community relationship building. Journal of Accounting Education 33 (4), 257-293.

Journal of Addictive Diseases : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages aux problèmes de dépendance. Éditeur : Routledge.
LESIEUR, H.R. & BLUME, S.B. (1993). Pathological gambling, eating disorders, and the psychoactive substance use disorders. Journal of Addictive Diseases, 12, 89-102.

Journal of Adolescence : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à la psychologie des adolescents. Éditeur : Elsevier.
WIGHT, D., WILLIAMSON, L. & HENDERSON, M. (2006). Parental influences on young people's sexual behaviour : A longitudinal analysis. Journal of Adolescence, 29 (4), 473-494.

Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire quiconsacre ses pages à l'apprentissage et aux troubles de la lecture. Éditeur : International Reading Association.
FINK, R. (1996). Successful dyslexics : A constructionist study of passionate interest reading. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 39 (4), 268-280.

Journal of Adolescence Health : Revue scientifiquemultidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à la psychologie des adolescents. Éditeur : Elsevier.
WANG, J., IANOTTI, R.J. & NANSEL, T.R. (2009). School bullying among adolescents in the United States : Physical, verbal, relational, and cyber. Journal of Adolescent Health, 45 (4), 368-375. [PDF]

Journal of Adult Development & Aging : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages au développement, plus particulièrement des adultes. Éditeur : Springer.
BAKRACEVIC-VUKMAN, K. (2005). Developmental differences in metacognition and their connections with cognitive development in adulthood. Journal of Adult Development, 12 (4), 211-221.

Journal of Advanced Nursing : Revue scientifique. Éditeur : Wiley.
CHAN M.F. & ARTHUR D.G. (2009). Nurses’ attitudes towards perinatal bereavement care. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 65 (12), 2532-2541. [PDF]

Journal of Advertising Research : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à la publicité. Éditeur : Cambridge University Press.
 SAEGERT, J. (1979). Another look at subliminal perception. Journal of Advertising Research, 19 (1), 55-57.

Journal of Affective Disorders : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des troubles affectifs. Éditeur : Elsevier.
JONES, S.H. (2004). A review of psychotherapeutic interventions for bipolar disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders, 80, 101-114.

Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment & Trauma : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des traumatisme et de la néglience. Éditeur : Elsevier.
DePRINCE, A.P., ZURBRIGGEN, E.L., CHU, A.T. & SMART, L. (2010). Development of the Trauma Appraisal Questionnaire (TAQ). Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment, & Trauma, 19, 275-299. [PDF]

Journal of Aging & Health : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages au développement. Éditeur : Sage.
DELAMATER, J. & MOORMAN, S. (2007). Sexual behavior in later life. Journal of Aging & Health, 19, 921-945. [PDF]

Journal of Aging & Physical Activity: Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages aux interaction entre l'âge et l'exercice physique. Éditeur : Sage.
VLACHOPOULOS, S.P. & GIGOUDI, M.A. (2008). Why don’t you exercise ? Development of the amotivation toward exercise scale among older inactive individuals. Journal of Aging & Physical Activity, 16, 316-341.

Journal of Aging Studies : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages au développement. Éditeur : Elsevier.
 

Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages aux médecines alternatives Éditeur :
SPENCE, D.S., THOMPSON, E.A. & BARRON, S.J. (2005). Homeopathic treatment for chronic disease : a 6-year, university-hospital outpatient observational study. Journal of Alternative & Complementary Medicine, 11, 793-798.

Journal of Animal Ecology : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des animaux. Éditeur : British Ecological Society.
KALCENIK, A. (1984). Central place foraging in starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) I : Patch residence time. Journal of Animal Ecology, 53, 283-299.

Journal of Animal Science : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des animaux. Éditeur : British Ecological Society.
LEHNER, P.N. (1987). Design and execution of animal behavior research : An overview. Journal of Animal Science, 65, 1213-1219. [PDF]

Journal of Anxiety Disorders : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des troubles d'anxiété. Éditeur : Elsevier.
ROSEN, G.M. & TAYLOR, S. (2007). Pseudo-PTSD. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 21, 201-210.

Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pagesau bien-être animal. Anciennement Humane Innovations and Alternatives. Éditeur : Taylor & Francis.
SCHNEIDER, S.M. (1988). Rats' behavior in two different home cages. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, 2, 39-42.

Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis (JABA) : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à la modification du comportement. Fondateurs Baer, Bijou, Risley et Wolf en 1968. Éditeur : Society for the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, Inc.
LOVAAS, O.I. & SIMMONS, J.Q. (1969). Manipulation of self-destructive in three retarded children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 2 (3), 143-157. [PDF]
 

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NORTHUP, J., VOLLMER, T.R. & SERRETT, K. (1993). Publication trends in 25 years of the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 26, 527-537. [PDF]
HOPKINS, B.L., COLE, B.L. & MASON, T.L. (1998). A critique of the usefulness of inferential statistics in Applied Behavior Analysis. The Behavior Analyst, 21, 125-137. [PDF]
CARR, J.E. & BRITTON, L.N. (2003). Citation trends of applied journals in behavioral psychology : 1981-2000. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 36, 113-117. [PDF]
ELLIOTT, A.J., MORGAN, K., FUQUA, R.W., EHRHARDT, K. & POLING, A. (2005). Self- and cross-citations in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis and the Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior : 1993-2003. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 38 (4), 559-563. [PDF]
REHFELDT, R.A. (2011). Toward a technology of derived stimulus relations: An analysis of articles published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1992-2009. Journal of Applied Behavior Bnalysis, 44 (1), 109-119. [PDF]
Journal of Applied Behavioral Science (The) : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude du comportement. Éditeur : Sage.
SOMMER, R. (1967). Classroom ecology. Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, 3, 489-503. [PDF]

Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology (JADP) : Revue scientifique de psychologie appliquée qui consacre ses pages à l'étude du développement. Éditeur : Elsevier.
JULIEN, D., CHARTRAND, E. & BÉGIN, J. (1999). Social network, structural interdependence, and dyadic adjustment in heterosexual, gay and lesbian couples. Journal of Marriage & the Family, 61, 516-530. [PDF]

Journal of Applied Physiology : Revue scientifique de physiologie. Éditeur :
ASERINSKY, E. & KLEITMAN, N. (1955). Two types of ocular motility occurring in sleep. Journal of Applied Physiology, 8, 1-10.

Journal of Applied Psychology : Revue scientifique de psychologie appliquée. fondé par Hall, Baird et Geissler. Éditeur : APA.
 BINGHAM, W.V. (1919). Army personnel work. Journal of Applied Psychology, 3, 1-12.

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Journal of Applied Radical Behavior Analysis :
HOUMANFAR, M.A. & RODRIGUES, N.J. (2012).The role of leadership and communication in organizational change. Journal of Applied Radical Behavior Analysis, 1, 22-27.

Journal of Applied Research in Memory & Cognition : Revue scientifique de psychologie. qui consacre ses pages à l'étude de la mémoire. Éditeur : Elsevier.
KORNELL, N., RABELO, V.C. & KLEIN, P.J. (2012). Tests enhance learning : Compared to what ? Journal of Applied Research in Memory & Cognition, 1, 257-259. [PDF]

Journal of Applied Social Psychology : Revue scientifique de psychologie. Éditeur : Blackwell Publishing.
GLASS, D.C., SNYDER, M.L. & HOLTIS, J.F. (1974). Time urgency and the Type A coronary-prone behavior pattern. Journal of Applied Social Psychology 4 (2), 125-140.

Journal of Applied Sport Psychology : Revue scientifique de psychologie. Éditeur : Taylor & Francis Group.
EPSTEIN, L.H. (1992). Exercise and obesity in children. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 4 (2), 120-133.

Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui publie des recherches dont l'hypothèse nulle est confirmée. Éditeur : Reysen Group.
GUÉGUEN, N., AFFIFI, F., BRAULT, S., CHARLES-SIRE, V., LEFORESTIER, P.M., MORZEDEC, A. & PIRON, E. (2011). Failure of tactile contact to increase request compliance : The case of blood donation behavior. Journal of Articles in Support of the Null Hypothesis, 7 (3), 77-84. [PDF]

Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui se spécialise dans l'étude de l'intelligence artificielle et de la cybernétique.
WALKER, M.A. (2000). An application of reinforcement learning to dialogue strategy ... in a spoken dialogue system for Email. Journal of Artificial Intelligence Research, 12, 387-416.

Journal of Attention Disorders : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui se spécialise dans l'étude des problèmes d'attention. Éditeur : Springer.
KAPALKA, G.M. (2004). Longer eye contact improves ADHD children's compliance with parents' commands. Journal of Attention Disorders, 8 (1), 17-23.

Journal of Autism & Developmental Disorders : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui se spécialise dans l'étude de l'autisme. Éditeur : Springer. = J Autism Dev Disord.
RUTTER M. (1972). Childhood schizophrenia reconsidered. Journal of Autism & Development Disorders, 2, 315-337.

Journal of Autism & Childhood Schizophrenia : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui se spécialise dans l'étude de l'autisme. Éditeur : .

RICKS, D.M. & WING, L. (1975). Language, communication, and the use of symbols in normal and autistic children. Journal of Autism & Childhood Schizophrenia, 5, 191-221.

Journal of Behavior Therapy & Experimental Psychiatry : Revue scientifique de psychiatrie. Éditeur : Elsevier.
SKINNER, B.F. (1988). The operant side of behavior therapy. Journal of Behavior Therapy & Experimental Psychiatry, 19, 171-79.

Journal of Behavioral Addiction : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des dépendances. Éditeur : Wiley.
KEUTHEN, N.J., ROTHBAUM, B.O., FAMA, J., ALTENBURGER, E., FALKENSTEIN, M. SPRICH, S.E., KEARNS, M., MEUNIER, S., JENIKE, M.A. & WELCH, S.S. (2012). DBT-enhanced cognitive-behavioral treatment for trichotillomania : A randomized controlled trial. Journal of Behavioral Addictions, 1 (3), 106-114. [PDF]

Journal of Behavioral Decision Making : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des processus de décision. Éditeur : Wiley.
 BAZERMAN, M.H. (2001). The study of "real" decision making. Journal of Behavioral Decision Making, 14, 353-355.

Journal of Behavioral Education : Revue scientifique de psychologie/éducation. Éditeur : Springer.
VARGAS, E.A. & VARGAS, J.S. (1991). Programmed instruction : What it is and how to do it. Journal of Behavioral Education, 1, 235-252.

Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude de la santé. Éditeur : Springer.
HENDERSON, C., VANIER, C. & NOËL, P. (1991). A Canadian model for developing mental health services in rural communities through linkages with urban centers. Journal of Behavioral Health Services & Research, 18 (2), 135-142.

Journal of Behavioral Medicine : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude de la santé. Éditeur : Springer.
BIGLAN, A, DUNCAN, T.E., ARY, D.V. & SMOLKOWSKI, K. (1995). Peer and parental influences on adolescent tobacco use. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 18, 315-330.

Journal of Biological Education : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pages à l'enseignement de la biologie. Éditeur : Ta ylor & Francis.
KILLERMANN, W. (1998). Research into biology teaching methods. Journal of Biological Education, 33 (1), 4-9.

Journal of Bisexuality : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pages à l'étude de la bisexualité. Éditeur : Taylor & Francis.
ANDERSON, E. & ADAMS, A. (2011). Aren't we all a little bisexual ? : The recognition of bisexuality in an unlikely place. Journal of Bisexuality, 11, 3-22. [PDF]

Journal of Black Psychology : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des Afro-Américains. Éditeur : Sage.
GAVIN, K.M. & GREENFIELD, D.B. (1998). A comparison of levels of involvement for parents with at-risk African American kindergarten children in classrooms with high versus low teacher encouragement. Journal of Black Psychology, 24 (4), 403-417.

Journal of Business & Psychology : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des applications psychologiques au milieu des affaires.
AIMAN-SMITH, L., BAUER, T.N. & CABLE, D.M. (2001). Are you attracted ? Do you intend to pursue? A recruiting policy-capturing study. Journal of Business & Psychology, 16 (2), 219-223.

Journal of Business Research : Revue scientifique qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des applications psychologiques au milieu des affaires.
CHEBAT, J.-C. & MICHON, R. (2003). Impact of ambient odors on mall shoppers’ emotions, cognition, and spending A test of competitive causal theories. Journal of Business Research, 56, 529-539. [PDF]

Journal of Career Assessment : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire. Éditeur : Sage.
BIK, B. & HANSEN, J.I.C. (2008). Following passionate interests to well-being. Journal of Career Assessment, 16, 86-100.

Journal of Child Custody : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des enfants. Éditeur : Taylor & Francis.

GARBER, B.D. (2009). Attachment methodology in custody evaluation : Four hurdles standing between developmental theory and forensic application. Journal of Child Custody, 6, 38-61. [PDF]

Journal of Child & Family Studies : Revue scientifique de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des enfants. Éditeur : Springer.
BERKOWITZ, S.J., SMIT- STOVER, C. & MARANS, S.R. (2010). The child and family traumatic stress Intervention : Secondary prevention for youth at risk of developing PTSD. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 52 (6), 676-685. [PDF]

Journal of Child Health Care : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire de psychologie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des enfants. Éditeur : Sage.
BABAJOLA, S. & LAWAN, U. (2009). Factors predicting BCG immunization status in northern Nigeria : a behavioral-ecological perspective.Journal of Child Health Care, 13 (1), 46-62. [PDF]

Journal of Child Language : Revue scientifique multidisciplinaire qui consacre ses pages à l'étude du langage chez les enfants. Éditeur : Cambridge Journal.
VALLA, J.P., BERGERON, L., BIDAUT-RUSSELL, M. ST-GEORGES, M. & GAUDET, N (1997). Reliability of the Dominic-R: A young child mental health questionnaire combining visual and auditory stimuli. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 38, 717-724.

Journal of Child Neurology : Revue scientifique. Éditeur : Sage.
FURMAN, L.M. (2008). Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) : Does new research support old concepts? Journal of Child Neurology, 23 (7), 775-784.

Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry : Revue scientifique de psychologie et de psychiatrie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des enfants. Éditeur : Wiley. = J. Child Psychol Psychiat.
BELSKY, J. (2001). Developmental risks (still) associated with early child care. Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry, 42, 845-859.

Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry & Allied Disciplines (The...) : Revue scientifique de psychologie et de psychiatrie qui consacre ses pages à l'étude des enfants. Éditeur : Wiley.
VALLA, J.P., BERGERON, L., BIDAUT-RUSSELL, M. ST-GEORGES, M. & GAUDET, N (1997). Reliability of the Dominic-R: A young child mental health questionnaire combining visual and auditory stimuli, Journal of Child Psychology & Psychiatry & Allied Disciplines, 38, 717-724.

Journal of Child Psychotherapy : Revue scientifique de psychologie clinique qui consacre ses pages à l'étude et au traitement des enfants. Éditeur : Routledge. = J Child Psychother.
HODGES, J., LANYADO, M. & ANDREOU, C. (1994). Sexuality and violence : preliminary clinical hypotheses from the psychotherapeutic assessments in a research programme on young sexual offenders. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 20, 283-308.

Journal of Citation Reports : Revue publiée par l'Institute for Scientific Information, qui consacre ses pages à l'évaluation et au classement des indices d'influence des revues scientifiques. Précisions que le rôle de cette revue est fondamental puisque c'est en grande partie grâce à ce classement que les universités et les organismes subventionnaires évaluent l'activité scientifique d'un domaine, ainsi que la a contribution personnelle des chercheurs.
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GARFIELD, E. (1999). Journal impact factor : a brief review. Canadian Medical Association Journal, 161 (8), 979-980.