Tartu Ülikooli psühholoogia instituudis kaitstud doktorikraadid
Serotonin-related biomarkers and symptoms of eating disorders
Lexical analysis of Estonian personal values vocabulary and relation to socially desirable responding and pareting practices.
The structure and validity of self- and peer-reported personality traits.
Stress and sociability: individual differences and their neurochemical substrate.
Studies on peripheral markers of central serotonergic activity and behaviour.
The development of intelligence and personality traits among Estonian schoolchildren.
Monoaminergic mechanisms in mood-associated behaviours and neurochemistry in rat.
Availability and accessibility of information in perception of moving stimul.
Socialization in Estonian families: attitudes and behavior in comparative perspective.
Depression in the population: Assessment, prevalence, and realtionsip with socio-demographic factors and cognitive aspect of social adjustement.
Personality traits and ways of coping: Their characteristics and interrelations.
Cognitive development of children with non-progressive unilateral brain lesion.
Two facets of ethnic identity: pride and differentiation.
Cultural-historical psychology: three levels of analysis.
Individualism and collectivism: An exploration of individual and cultural differences.
Conceptual development in school-aged children: The impact of teaching.
The correlations between psychological factors and vision in aged cataract operation patients.
Transformation in Estonia as reflected in families: Insight into social stress and poverty.
Measurement of elementary movement vectors in human visual system.
Environmental and social influence on human activity.