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Series: Nebraska Symposium on Motivation

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Nebraska symposium on motivation, 1956 by Marshall R. Jones5
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Volume 6 by Marshall R. Jones6
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Volume 7 by Marshall R. Jones7
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Volume 2121
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 1980, Volume 28: Human Cognition by John H. Flowers28
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 1982, Volume 30 by Nebraska Symposium30
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 1984, Volume 32: Psychology and Gender (v. 32) by Nebraska Symposium32
The Nebraska Symposium on Motivation 1985: Law as a Behavioral Instrument v. 33 (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Gary B. Melton33
Socioemotional Development: Socioemotional Development v. 36 (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Ross A. Thompson36
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Cross-cultural Perspectives v. 37 by John J. Berman37
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation 1990: Perspectives on Motivation by Richard A. Dienstbier38
Psychology and Aging (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation//Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Theo B. Sonderegger39
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Developmental Perspectives on Motivation v. 40 (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Janis E. Jacobs40
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Integrative Views of Motivation, Cognition and Emotion v. 41 (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by William D. Spaulding41
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: The Individual, the Family and Social Good: Personal Fulfillment in Times of Change v. 42 by Gary B. Melton42
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation 1996: Motivation and Delinquency: 44 (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation): v. 44 by Rick A. Bevins44
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 1975, Volume 23 (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation Series, Vol 23) by Nebraska Symposium45
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 2000, Volume 47: Evolutionary Psychology and Motivation by Nebraska Symposium47
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, 2002, Volume 49: Cross-Cultural Differences in Perspectives on the Self (v. 49) by Virginia Murphy-Berman49
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, Volume 50: Motivational Factors in the Etiology of Drug Abuse (v. 50) by Nebraska Symposium50
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, Volume 51: Moral Motivation through the Life Span by Nebraska Symposium51
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation, Volume 52: Modeling Complex Systems (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Nebraska Symposium52
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Volume 53 by Cynthia Willis-Esqueda53
Contemporary Perspectives on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Identities (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Debra A. Hope54
The Motivational Impact of Nicotine and its Role in Tobacco Use (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Rick A. Bevins55
Emotion and the Law: Psychological Perspectives (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Brian H. Bornstein56
Health Disparities in Youth and Families: Research and Applications (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Gustavo Carlo57
True and False Recovered Memories: Toward a Reconciliation of the Debate (Nebraska Symposium on Motivation) by Robert F. Belli58
Nebraska Symposium on Motivation: Volume 59 by Michael D. Dodd59
Objectification and (De)Humanization: 60th Nebraska Symposium on Motivation by Sarah J. Gervais60

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