Loading ...
Loading ...
Psychology Applications & Developments: Advances in Psychology and Psychological Trends Series

Publication Info

Added 2015-03-12

Info

ISBN-13: 978-989-97866-9-1
Publication date: 2014-12-30

PDF

Related categories

Psychology Applications & Developments: Advances in Psychology and Psychological Trends Series

Clara Pracana

In this volume, a devoted set of authors explore the Psychology field, contributing to the frontiers of knowledge. Success depends on the participation of those who wish to find creative solutions and believe their potential to change the world, altogether to increase public engagement and cooperation from communities. Therefore, serving society with these initiatives and promoting knowledge, as part of our mission, requires the reinforcement of research efforts, education and science and cooperation between the most diversification of studies and backgrounds.

These series of books comprise authors and editors work to address generalized research, albeit focused in specific sections, in the Psychology area. Contents show us how to navigate in the most broadening issues in contemporary education and research, in the broad Psychology field.

In particular, this book explores five major divisions within general Psychology, divided into five sections: Clinical Psychology, Cognitive and Experimental Psychology, Educational Psychology, Social Psychology, and Legal Psychology. Each section comprises chapters that have emerged from extended and peer reviewed selected papers originally published in the proceedings of the International Psychological Applications Conference and Trends (InPACT) conference series (http://www.inpact-psychologyconference.org/). This conference occurs annually with successful outcomes. Original papers have been selected and invited to be extended significantly, then reviewed, and authors of the accepted chapters requested to make corrections and improve final submitted chapters. This process has resulted in the final publication of 36 high quality chapters organized into 5 sections. The following sections’ and chapters’ objectives provide information on the book contents.

Chapter 1 - Chronic pain patients and quality of life instruments – A systematic review (Pages 3-16)

Liliane Mendonça, Luís Azevedo & José Castro-Lopes

Chapter 2 - Alcohol outcome expectancies and consequences: Do people think themselves into and out of consequences? (Pages 17-23)

Arthur W. Blume & Amanda K. Blume

Chapter 3 - The relationship of self-regulatory processes, motivational conditions, and temporal frameworks with psychological well-being (Pages 18-24)

Peter Horvath

Chapter 4 - Post-traumatic growth, coping, and social support among disaster survivors in the province of Yogyakarta, Indonesia (Pages 25-34)

Zarina Akbar

Chapter 5 - Relationships with parents and peers, attitudes towards school, and preferred spare-time activities in young adolescents reporting self-harm (Pages 35-45)

Iva Burešová & Helena Klimusová

Chapter 6 Theater as instrument to promote inclusion of mental health patients: An innovative experience in a local community (Pages 46-55)

Nicolina Bosco, Fausto Petrini, Susanna Giaccherini & Patrizia Meringolo

Chapter 7 - Gender, normative beliefs and alcohol consumption among university students (Pages 56-67)

Monika Brutovská, Olga Orosová & Ondrej Kalina

Chapter 8 - Quality of life and body image: A psychosocial program for cancer patients (Pages 68-76)

Valentina E. Di Mattei, Letizia Carnelli, Elena Pagani Bagliacca, Giorgia Mangili, Fabio Madeddu & Lucio Sarno

Chapter 9 - Somatic markers in clinical practice (Pages 77-85)

Caroline Goodell

Chapter 10 - Social cognition in schizophrenia chronic outpatients (Pages 86-94)

Juan Carlos Ruiz, Inma Fuentes, Carmen Dasí, María Rodríguez, Rosa Pérez & María José Soler

Chapter 11 - Developing a quantitative test of memory-related mild cognitive impairment in individuals (Pages 95-107)

Thomas Yates & Mark Lansdale

Chapter 12 - Comparison of children with reading comprehension difficulty and controls using neuropsychological tasks (Pages 108-116)

Helena V. Corso, Tania Mara Sperb & Jerusa F. de Salles

Chapter 13 - Decision making competencies and risk behaviour of university students (Pages 117-125)

Jozef Bavolar

Chapter 14 - The global functioning evaluation: Kennedy Axis V compared with WHODAS 2.0 (Pages 126-132)

Fabio Madeddu, Laura Bonalume, Serena Dainese, & Ilaria Maria Antonietta Benzi

Chapter 15 - Predicting behavior: The cognitive orientation approach (Pages 133-143)

Shulamith Kreitler

Chapter 16 - Training interactive psycho-stimulator for the police (Pages 144-155)

Magdalena Zubanska, Agnieszka Bonus-Dziego, & Anna K. Zubrzycka

Chapter 17 - Parent and teacher agreement on emotional and behavioral problems in children with reading problems (Pages 156-165)

Aikaterini Venianaki

Chapter 18 - Cross-informant agreement and teacher nomination technique in the assessment of children behavior problems (Pages 166-174)

Helena Klimusová, Iva Burešová, & Ivo Čermák

Chapter 19 - Effectiveness of Coping With Stress Program (CWSP) on anxiety levels: The case of secondary school students: Effects of CWSP on anxiety of students (Pages 175-183)

Fatma Ebru Ikiz & Bedia Horoz

Chapter 20 - Perfectionism and academic achievement in a sample of children from a regular school program context (Pages 184-193)

Lauriane Drolet, Philippe Valois, Jacques Forget, & Pier-Olivier Caron

Chapter 21 - Investigating the cultural, social, and psychological attitudes towards school counselling practices in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Pages 194-202)

Turki Aziz M. Alotaibi

Chapter 22 - Use of communicative behavior and culture framework to understand teachers’ notions in pedagogical situations (Pages 203-217)

Galina Glotova & Angelica Wilhelm

Chapter 23 - The impact of internal and external factors on the satisfaction and well-being of teachers (Pages 218-227)

Anna Janovská, Olga Orosová, & Beata Gajdošová

Chapter 24 - Associations between psycho-educational determinants and dynamic career attitudes among undergraduate students (Pages 228-239)

Senad Karavdic, Karathanasi Chrysoula, Etienne Le Bihan, & Michèle Baumann

Chapter 25 - Patterns of engagement and anxiety in university students – First year to senior year: Students’ work engagement & anxiety: are they related? (Pages 240-248)

Hanan Asghar

Chapter 26 - The reasons for migrating to a French-speaking black African population (Pages 249-263)

Carlos Roberto Velandia-Coustol & Marie-Françoise Lacassagne

Chapter 27 - The image of the Belarusian state in students’ consciousness during the recent financial crisis (Pages 264-272)

Olga Deyneka & Valentina Dauksha

Chapter 28 - Project for work management and social inclusion of mental health users in Brazil (Pages 273-282)

Ana Cecília Alvares Salis

Chapter 29 - Water use strategies under competition and cooperation conditions (Pages 283-289)

Esther Cuadrado, Carmen Tabernero, Bárbara Luque, & Rocío García

Chapter 30 - Psychosocial factors of problematic Internet use and binge drinking among Slovak university students (Pages 290-297)

Beata Gajdošová, Olga Orosová, Anna Janovská, & Jozef Benka

Chapter 31 - Gender, optimism, perceived stress on problematic Internet use among Slovak university students (Pages 298-306)

Olga Orosová, Jozef Benka, Rene Sebena, & Beata Gajdošová

Chapter 32 - Marital violence: From child witness to adult offender (Pages 307-319)

Claire Metz & Laure Razon

Chapter 33 - A culture of violence against women in South Africa: Exploring young women’s stories (Pages 320-328)

Sarah Frances Gordon

Chapter 34 - The influence of stereotypes on eyewitness recall of perceived stereotypicality (Pages 329-337)

Shirley Hutchinson, Paul G. Davies, & Danny Osborne

Chapter 35 - Dysfunctional family environment on direct and indirect aggression in adolescents (Pages 338-345)

Antonio Caño, Lidia Moreno, & Carmen Rodríguez-Naranjo

Chapter 36 - Recognizing the warning signs of violence across the lifespan: Samples from Kuwait and the USA (Pages 346-357)

Pearl Berman & Juliet Dinkha

Info
PDF
Open Monograph Press Public Knowledge Project