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Articole de: Otilia Ioana Tudorel

Nr. 1 / 2024 - Aggression in Relation to Self-Esteem
The main study aims to identify relationships between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), self-esteem and aggression in the general population. There are 92 participants (42 male, 50 female) and the...
Nr. 1 / 2022 - Parents of Children with Special Needs Adapting to the Pandemic Context
The main objective of this research was to investigate mental health and pandemic adaptation strategies, making a comparison between parents who have children with special needs and parents who do not...
Nr. 1 / 2021 - Demographic Factors Related with COVID-19 Anxiety
Quarantine and isolation during the coronavirus pandemic create psychological distress among the population. However, there are people who appear to be more affected by coronavirus anxiety than others...
Nr. 1 / 2020 - The Benefits and Consequences of Using Modern Information and Communication Technology
Modern information and communication technology offers to the users the opportunity to quickly obtain information, to be always up to date with what is happening in society and on a professional level...
Nr. 1 / 2020 - The Parental Alienation Construct A Qualitative Analysis Of The Specialty Literature
Parental alienation (PA) is a phenomenon being identified more and more in the specialty literature dealing with the type of relationships established between the child and the parents, post-divorce o...
Nr. 1 / 2018 - The role of Social Support on Internet Addiction
Internet addiction has been defined as a technology addiction, characterized by non-specific online activities that increase the time spent online, causing major disruptions in the life of the individ...