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- 3Tze, Man Chung
- 2Abbott, Jodi L.
- 2Ackerman, Kathleen A.
- 2Alexander, Jane.
- 2Andrews, Jac
- 2Angus, Nanna Maria.
- 28Interpersonal relations
- 21Adolescent psychology
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- 19Cognition in children
“It is far safer to be feared than loved”: Why do some individuals become bullies and others bully-victims?Download
Although a wide range of theories have been applied to the study of bullying and victimization, the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB; Ajzen, 1993, 2002), has not as of yet been applied to the study of bullying behaviour. The present study employed Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) to assess a...
This study investigates the experience of hope for emerging adults who demonstrate resilience in the transition from government care to independent living. Hope is a complex emotional construct that has been shown to be important in supporting positive developmental outcomes; however, there is...
Young Alcoholics' perceptions: family system.
Although exercise has received support for its physiological and mental health benefits, less is known about mindfulness activities. The purpose of this study was to explore how yoga, exercise, and no activity relate to hope, psychological distress, and mental health. Participants who practiced...
Research clearly shows that preterm children have working memory (WM) impairments. However, the WM profile of preterm children is still unclear as the methodologies used in different studies are highly varied. It is unable to gain insight into the relative strengths and weaknesses of the...