PhD theses defended in our institute
54. Modulation of decision-making by transcranial magnetic stimulation
50. First words of Estonian children: early communicative development
33. The cross-cultural view on students' motivation to learn
30. Antecedents and concomitants of adult psychological distress
29. Serotonin-related biomarkers and symptoms of eating disorders
26. Eating disorders, personality and cultural differences
19. Lexical analysis of Estonian personal values vocabulary and relation to socially desirable responding and pareting practices.
18. The structure and validity of self- and peer-reported personality traits.
17. Stress and sociability: individual differences and their neurochemical substrate.
16. Studies on peripheral markers of central serotonergic activity and behaviour.
15. The development of intelligence and personality traits among Estonian schoolchildren.
14. Monoaminergic mechanisms in mood-associated behaviours and neurochemistry in rat.
13. Availability and accessibility of information in perception of moving stimul.
12. Socialization in Estonian families: attitudes and behavior in comparative perspective.
11. Depression in the population: Assessment, prevalence, and realtionsip with socio-demographic factors and cognitive aspect of social adjustement.
10. Personality traits and ways of coping: Their characteristics and interrelations.
9. Cognitive development of children with non-progressive unilateral brain lesion.
8. Two facets of ethnic identity: pride and differentiation.
7. Cultural-historical psychology: three levels of analysis.
6. Individualism and collectivism: An exploration of individual and cultural differences.
5. Conceptual development in school-aged children: The impact of teaching.
4. The correlations between psychological factors and vision in aged cataract operation patients.
3. Transformation in Estonia as reflected in families: Insight into social stress and poverty.
2. Measurement of elementary movement vectors in human visual system.
1. Environmental and social influence on human activity.