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Multiple Choice Questions in Higher Secondary Examination in Bangladesh: A Comparative Evaluation by Year and Stream

Muhammad Kamal Uddin, Rowshan Ara Parvez, Tasnuva Tazrin Mullick and Md. Ahsan Habib University of Dhaka, Bangladesh Pages: 71 – 82 Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) are globally used to assess students’ knowledge and progress from a wide content coverage yet in a short time and in a form of an objective assessment. The score distribution …

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Internet Addiction and Academic Stress among Students during Covid-19

Naila Firdous and Shah Alam Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh Covid-19 has been putting a severe impact on individual’s life and affecting individuals not only physically but mentally, emotionally, and financially as well. Where everyone is living in this devastating situation, students from all over the world have been facing problems and challenges to their education. …

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Impacts on the Issue of the Domestic Violence on Women

Venothiney Dewi Muniandy, Saralah Devi Mariamdaran Chethiyar, Krishnavani Gianesan and MAM Sameem Universiti Utara Malaysia, Sintok, Malaysia Muhammad Ali Equatora Politeknik Ilmu Pemasyarakatan, Depok, Indonesia Pages:52 – 57 The Covid-19, also known as the Corona virus Pandemic, is among the most talkedabout topics in Malaysia especially. Meanwhile, one of most common issues throughout this pandemic …

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The Efficacy of an Expressive Arts-Based Psychological Intervention on Basic Psychological Needs Satisfaction and Emotion Regulation among Thai Undergraduate Students with Social Media Addiction in Bangkok

Sutawadee Arttapiyapun and Donald A. Johnson Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand Pages 43 – 51 Social media addiction has found as a problem worldwide that induces many negative consequences for the users, especially in young adults. This study aimed to examine the efficacy of an expressive arts-based intervention on basic psychological needs satisfaction and emotion regulation …

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Lived Experience of Counselors in Thai Universities

Jonathan Garrett and Donald A. Johnson Assumption University of Thailand Page 33 The purpose of this study was to understand and describe the lived experience of university counselors at universities in Thailand through hermeneutic phenomenology. Participants of this study were persons who have held a position of counselor for at least one year at a …

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ROLE OF ATTACHMENT STYLES IN ADJUSTMENT OF ADOLESCENTS

Mohini and  Nov Rattan Sharma Maharshi Dayanand University Rohtak, Haryana. Adolescence is a critical life period; it is the time of lots of changes, which can cause a lot of stress in a teen’s life. In this phase of development, adolescents begin to transition from childhood to adulthood. Issues of independence, identity, relationships and sexuality …

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Self-Compassion, Self-Esteem and Life Satisfaction among MizoAdolescents

Rinpari Ralte and   Lalrinkimi Mizoram The present study aims to explore the relationship between self-compassion, self-esteem and life satisfaction among Mizo adolescents. In addition, the study attempts to highlight the predictability of self-compassion on self-esteem and life satisfaction. Data is collected from a random sample of eighty (80) Mizo secondary school students (40 males …

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Impact of Behavioural Intervention on functioning of Children with ASD and their Parents

Mini Mehra, MP State School Education Department, Bhopal Bhupinder Singh, Barkatullah University, Bhopal It has been seen that Neuro developmental Disorders like ASD in children strongly affect the family. The behavioural issues associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder have a great impact on functioning of their parents. As a consequence they developed some dysfunction in various …

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