The New School Psychology Bulletin

NSPB is a peer-reviewed journal run by and for graduate students in psychology. Published work includes theory, research, literature reviews, and commentaries on the field. NSPB considers articles from all schools of thought on all topics relevant to psychology. NSPB may be particularly attractive to authors whose work does not fit the missions of larger psychology journals, and those looking to gain exposure to avademic publishing. NSPB prides itself on publishing the early work of new and budding scholars.

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Vol 11, No 1 (2014)

Full Issue

View or download the full issue NSPB_11-1.pdf

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements NSPB_11-1_Acknowledgments.pdf
Travis Cyr, Ryan Ezras Tellalian

Letter from the Editors

Letter from the Editors NSPB_11-1_Letter.pdf
Travis Cyr, Ryan E. Tellalian

Articles

A Review of the Effects of Prolonged Exposure to Cortisol on the Regulation of the HPA Axis: Implications for the Development and Maintenance of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder NSPB_11-1_Cranston.pdf
Christopher C Cranston 1–13
Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy for Military Veterans with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Systematic Review NSPB_11-1_Seitz-et-al.pdf
Charity Ann Seitz, Senel Poyrazli, Marissa A Harrisson, Tara Flickinger, Maria Turkson 15–29
Predicting Food Cravings: A Piece of Cake or a Hard Nut To Crack? NSPB_11-1_Hodgson&Stapleton.pdf
Karen Hodgson, Peta Stapleton 30–41
Affective Responses to Music Without Recognition: Beyond the Cognitivist Hypothesis NSPB_11-1_Hill&Palmer.pdf
W. Trey Hill, Jack A Palmer 42–49