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Problem solving is generally regarded as the most important cognitive activity in everyday and professional contexts.
The main objective of this study was predicting student's mental health using social problem solving- ability. In this correlational. In order to collect the data, the social problem solving inventory-revised and general health questionnaire were used.
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Help Privacy Terms. Optimism and pessimism as partially independent constructs: Relationship to positive and negative affectivity and psychological well-being EC Chang, A Maydeu-Olivares, TJ D'Zurilla Personality and individual Differences 23 3 , , Cultural differences in optimism, pessimism, and coping: Predictors of subsequent adjustment in Asian American and Caucasian American college students.
Dispositional optimism and primary and secondary appraisal of a stressor: Controlling for confounding influences and relations to coping and psychological and physical adjustment. EC Chang Journal of personality and social psychology 74 4 , , Cultural differences, perfectionism, and suicidal risk in a college population: Does social problem solving still matter?
EC Chang Cognitive therapy and research 22 3 , , Optimism, pessimism, and positive and negative affectivity in middle-aged adults: A test of a cognitive-affective model of psychological adjustment.
Perfectionism as a predictor of positive and negative psychological outcomes: Examining a mediation model in younger and older adults. EC Chang Journal of Counseling psychology 47 1 , 18 , The influence of hope on appraisals, coping, and dysphoria: A test of hope theory EC Chang, SL DeSimone Journal of social and clinical psychology 20 2 , , Social problem solving: Theory, research, and training.
Does dispositional optimism moderate the relation between perceived stress and psychological well-being? Perfectionism as a predictor of subsequent adjustment: Evidence for a specific diathesis—stress mechanism among college students.
Cultural variations in optimistic and pessimistic bias: Do Easterners really expect the worst and Westerners really expect the best when predicting future life events?
The task-centered model is a short-term, problem-solving approach to social work practice. Designing Waits That Work. Practice: Matchboxes and problem solving. Utilising theories of human behaviour. Encourage your child to use whatever strategy works for her.
Islamic Azad University- member of board in faculty of psychology of karaj. Effectiveness of problem solving training on quality of life and social problem solving of under achieved gifted girls. Toggle navigation.
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