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Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors: Ildikó Tóth, Alexandra Füleki, Ágnes Kata Szerafin, Krisztina Lakatos, and Judit Gervai

. Gaffan , E.A., Martins , C. Healy , S., & Murray , L. ( 2010 ). Early Social Experience and Individual Differences in Infants’ Joint Attention . Social Development, 19 ( 2 ), 369 – 393

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. R.: Religion as attachment: Normative processes and individual differences. Pers. Soc. Psychol. Rev., 2010, 14 , 49–59. Shaver P. R. Religion as attachment: Normative processes

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. M ARTIN , R. A. , P UHLIK -D ORIS , P. , L ARSEN , G. , G RAY , J. , & W EIR , K. ( 2003 ). Individual differences in uses of humor and their relation to psychological well-being: Development of the Humor Styles Questionnaire . Journal of

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Pszichológia
Authors: Zoltán Kőváry, Ágnes Devecsery, Krisztina Jakab, Barbara Pusztai, Laura Agócs, Réka Kómár, and Gábor Orosz

Averill, J. (1999): Individual differences in emotional creativity: structure and correlates. Journal of Personality , 67(2) , 332–371. Averill J

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Mentálhigiéné és Pszichoszomatika
Authors: Norbert Meskó, András Láng, Réka Ferenczhalmy, Krisztina Miklós, and Barbara Glöckner

, Hungary and Italy. Personality & Individual Differences, 27 , 613—628. Auyeung, B., Baron-Cohen, S., Ashwin, E., Knickmeyer, R.C., Taylor, K., Hackett, G., et al. (2009). Fetal testosterone predicts sexually differentiated

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. , & Friedman , N.P. ( 2012 ). The nature and organization of individual differences in executive functions: four general conclusions . Current directions in Psychological Science , 21 ( 1 ), 8 – 14

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(“ignorer” subgroup) not only totally ignored humans’ command but they were completely insensitive to the presence of familiar and unfamiliar humans showing different visual attention. This is so because individual differences in dogs’ reward responsiveness

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of the aforementioned processes is automatic and does not require attention or conscious effort. To some extent, we are also able to sense the position of joints and muscle tone consciously ( 7 ); however, there are considerable individual differences

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and Individual Differences , 37 , 147 – 156 . 34. Martos T. , Kézdy , A. , Robu M. , Urbán Sz. , Horváth-Szabó K . ( 2009 ): Újabb adatok a Kritika Utáni

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questionnaire to access the five factor model. Personality and Individual Differences , 15 (3), 281–288. Perugini M The “big five questionnaire”: A new questionnaire to access the five

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