July 2020

Identifying Conflicts and its Impact on Individual Families

Balan Rathakrishnan,  and Soon Singh Bikar Singh, Faculty of Psychology and Education, Universiti Malaysia Sabah Mohammad Rahim Kamaluddin University Kebangsaan Malaysia individuals in a family may impact the entire family. This study selected respondents from Bajau tribe members consisting of seven family members – Father, Mother, Wife to first son, Son to Second son, First …

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Aggression among Adolescents in Relation to Self Esteem, Gender and Type of School Management

Sneh Bansal Aggressive behaviour refers to behaviour that is intended to cause harm or pain to either oneself or another person. During the adolescent stage, aggressive behaviour could be at a high level. Approximately 35% of 12- to 18-year-olds reported aggressive behaviour against their peers at some point during this developmental period. Numerous factors play …

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Effect of Cyber Aggression on Cyber Victimization among High School Children: Parental Rejection as a Predictor

Jakia Rahman, Muhammad Kamal Uddin, S. M. Abu Bakar Siddique, Protyasha Bhattacharyya   Abstract The present paper studies about how Cybercrime affects the young generation. However, the risk factor of being victimized in cyberspace is unknown. The present study tested predictions that (a) parental rejection might be the risk factor of cyber victimization, and (b) …

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Exploring Perceived Quality of Life of Mothers of Children with Intellectual Disability in Assam

Kakoli Das & Satyananda Panda Family is the basic unit of analysis that has always been intrinsic to research in the social world. A family is a safe and secure social set up for everyone, including the newborns especially when they are intellectually challenged. Living with Intellectually Disabled (ID) children mothers encounter problems associated with …

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Japanese Classroom Management among Pre-Service Teachers in Relation to the Teacher Belief, the Teacher Efficacy, and the Teacher Anxiety

Miyuki Matsumoto Department of Psychology, Christ University Michiko Ishikawa Graduate School of Advanced Practice in Primary Education, Tokoha University , Baiju Gopal Department of Psychology, Christ University In this study, the authors developed, and factor analyzed the view of Japanese Teacher Classroom Management Scale among pre-service teachers. The study also examined the relationship among the …

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Resilience, Optimism can reduce Suicidal Ideation among Dhaka University Students

Muhammad Kamal Uddin & Sanjida Kabir Department of Psychology, University of Dhaka ,Farhana Zaman, Sajida Foundation, Dhaka Twenty-six students of the University of Dhaka committed suicide in 13 years (from 2005 to 2018), of that nine killed themselves within 11 months of the year 2018. This alarming rate of suicide prompted us to test whether …

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Academic Procrastination: The Biggest Time-Waster

Abdul-Kareem M. Jaradat Yarmouk University, Jordan This study aimed to explore the relationships between academic procrastination, test-anxiety, academic performance, and satisfaction with study among 480 high school male students in grades 10-12 (mean age was 17.02 years). The participants were randomly selected from four public schools in Jordan. The study variables were measured using an …

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Indian Classroom Management among Elementary School Teachers in India

Michiko Ishikawa, Odagiri Makoto and Nakamujra Koichi Graduate School of Advanced Practice in Primary Education, Tokoha University, Japan Miyuki Matsumoto Aichi Mizuho Junior College, Japan In this study, the authors examined how Indian elementary teachers perceive class management. An interview survey was conducted with 29 public and private elementary school teachers in India. Indian teachers …

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Reflections on changing narratives of identity, empathic understanding and creative transformation

Raghubir Singh Pirta Department of Psychology, Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla 171005, Himachal Pradesh  This essay reflects on the changing narratives of human origins that has bearing on our identity. These seamlessly woven stories of our identity are not so fragile. From an early age supernatural figures enter into the formation of self. Our second objective …

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Studying the effects of Porteus Maze Test in Children with Learning Disabilities

Venkatesan and L. Lokesh All India Institute of Speech and Hearing, Mysore, India  The use of mazes to understand planning, intelligence, and problem-solving skills are well known. The Porteus Maze Test holds promise for its economy and ease of use for children with learning disabilities in India. This study seeks to try out the test …

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