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Investigating the Relationship between Positive Self-Concept and Success of Academic Staffs at University of Guilan, Iran  [PDF]
Abbas Sadeghi, Setareh Azizi, Samane Moosa Poor
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.616212
Abstract: The purpose of this research was to investigate the relationship between positive self-concept and success academic staffs at University of Guilan where 281 out of 500 contractual, official-experimental and official academic staffs were selected by simple random sampling in 2014-2015 academic year. The amount of effectiveness of factors such as academic staffs’ responsibilities, risk taking, strong self-concept (feeling of merit and evaluation) on their position has been measured in this research. Research questions have also measured manager’s personal traits (gender, age, and education level, field of study, work experience and teaching experience). For collecting information of this research which is correlation type, two questionnaires with 51 questions have been used in Likert spectrum. The results showed that there is a significant relationship between positive self-concept and success of academic staffs’ variables and personal traits which are female and male academic staffs’ education degree, work experience, professional experience and faculty. Also, behavioral sciences academic staffs (psychology, counseling and social sciences) generally had higher positive self-concept.
Bipolar Spectrum Disorders and Self-Concept among Males and Females with Parenting Roles  [PDF]
Frank J. Prerost, Sharon Song
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2012.34051
Abstract: Bipolar spectrum disorders have been found to produce significant psychosocial costs for individuals and society. Although a number of studies have examined various psychosocial and psychological aspects associated with the bipolar spectrum disorders, the research literature has been extremely limited when focused on the parenting role. This current study examined the self-concept among parents who have been diagnosed with a bipolar spectrum disorder. A group of male and female parents with a diagnosis of a bipolar spectrum disorder were assessed using the Tennessee Self-Concept Scales-2. Another group of males and females without a diagnosis of a bipolar spectrum disorder were also assessed for comparison using the same assessment tool. Compared to the non-bipolar parent group, results showed that participants with a diagnosis of a bipolar spectrum disorder showed a significantly lower self-concept marked with doubts, concerns about academic/work performance, and perceptions of being physically diminished, inadequate, alienated, and unworthy of the family role. Findings from this study showed that parents with a bipolar spectrum disorder expressed negative perceptions related to inadequacy as a person across a number of self-concept dimensions. The results expanded upon current descriptions of the psychological dimensions found among individuals diagnosed with a bipolar spectrum disorder.
An Exploration on the Relationship between Self-Concept and Parenting Style on Teenager  [PDF]
Zhi Wang
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.64048
Abstract: To explore the relationship between self-concept and parenting style, and to provide bases for improving self-concept on teenager, a total of 1000 teenager were tested with self-concept scale and parenting style scale. Total self-concept, self-concept of social orientation and self-concept of personal orientation were associated with factors of parenting style, which could predict total self-concept, self-concept of social orientation and self-concept of personal orientation. Factors of parenting style had the effects on the extents of total self-concept, self-concept of social orientation and self-concept of personal orientation of teenager.
The Relationship between Self-Esteem and Paragraph Writing of Iranian EFL Learners  [PDF]
Mansoor Fahim, Somaye Khojaste Rad
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2012.31004
Abstract: The present study is an attempt to understand the relationship between self-esteem and paragraph writing of Iranian EFL learners. The study was conducted on both Iranian male and female senior EFL learners studying at Tonekabon and Lahijan Azad Universities. To start the project, first of all, the researcher ran the TOEFL test among 80 students. Then, the Self-esteem Coopersmith inventory was given to the same subjects, after that the researcher asked them to write three different kinds of paragraphs in three forms namely; descriptive, comparison/contrast and cause/effect. However, the last two stages were administered in one session by one week interval. Needless to say, the researcher was available in the class in order to eliminate probable misunderstanding while the subjects were completing all three above-mentioned stages. Finally, in order to come up with the result, the correlation related to the four questions was mea- sured by Pearson-product moment formula, thus, the results of the calculation of correlation coefficient showed a correlation between variables of each question. Based on the above-mentioned results the null hypotheses of this study were all rejected. Meanwhile, the consistency of the raters was calculated by α- Chronbach index showing a high reliability among all raters.
On the Intermediary Function of Coping Styles: Between Self-Concept and Subjective Well Being of Adolescents of Han, Qiang and Yi Nationalities  [PDF]
Tianmei Zhou, Dingchu Wu, Lin Lin
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2012.32021
Abstract: In order to know the influence of adolescents’ self-concept on the subjective well being and the function of coping styles in them, the author adopted the Tennessee Self-Concept Scale, Simplified Coping Style Scale and the Questionnaire on the Subjective Euphoria, and made a survey on six middle schools of Sichuan province and got back 867 valid answered questionnaires. The results show that 1) differences are obvious in self-concept, coping styles and subject well being among adolescents of Han, Qiang and Yi nationalities; 2) the positive self-concept exerts a notable positive influence on subjective well being, and the negative exerts a negative one; 3) the coping styles play an intermediary role in the influence of self-concept on the subjective well being. On the above basis, the author concludes that the self-concept exerts influence on the subjective well being directly as well as indirectly through the mediation of coping styles.
Physical Fitness Level and Its Relationship with Self-Concept in School Children  [PDF]
Pedro L. Rodríguez García, Loreto Tarraga Marcos, Andrés Rosa Guillamón, Eliseo García-Cantó, Juan J. Pérez-Soto, Arancha Gálvez Casas, Pedro Tarraga Lopez
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.518204
Abstract: Objectives: The purpose of this study was to analyze the relationship between general self-concept and health-related physical fitness in primary school children. Design: Cross-sectional design and descriptive court. Method: A total of 216 schoolchildren (9.26 ± 1.26 years) participated in the measurement of the speed-agility, muscle strength and aerobic capacity as physical fitness components. Six dimensions of self-concept (intellectual, behavioral, physical, lack of anxiety, social and life satisfaction) were assessed by the Self-Concept Scale Piers-Harris. Results: No significant differences were found among the self-concept dimensions between men and women. Males showed higher scores on the test of 4 × 10 m (p < 0.05), manual dynamometry (p < 0.005) and Course-Navette (p < 0.005). An increased fitness level was positively and significantly related with higher values of overall self-concept (p < 0.005) in both genres. Conclusion: The results of this study suggest that those students with a higher overall fitness level show higher levels of general self-concept. More investigation is needed to know which physical fitness parameters are more related with the self-concept.
Addressing the Negative Self-Concept in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder by a Three-Session Programme of Cognitive Restructuring and Imagery Modification (CRIM-PTSD): A Case Study  [PDF]
Meike Müller-Engelmann, Kerstin Hadouch, Regina Steil
Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science (JBBS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jbbs.2018.85020
Abstract: Background: Cognitive restructuring and imagery modification for posttraumatic stress disorder (CRIM-PTSD) is a new intervention that involves only three sessions and focuses on the self-concept. It combines cognitive restructuring of core trauma-related dysfunctional beliefs and mental imagery. The effectiveness of CRIM-PTSD has recently been demonstrated in a pilot study. Method: This article presents a step-by-step description of the administration of CRIM-PTSD in a female survivor of childhood sexual abuse (CSA) suffering from PTSD and major depressive disorder related to strong self-blame. Results: The intervention showed substantial reductions in PTSD symptoms and depression in the patient comparable to those observed in the pilot study. Conclusions: CRIM-PTSD might provide an economical tool for reducing PTSD symptoms when only a short time is available for intervention. Furthermore, this tool could be included in well-established PTSD treatments. In addition to the pilot study, a randomized controlled trial is needed to further explore the feasibility and effectiveness of this short intervention.
Escala de autoconceito no trabalho: constru??o e valida??o
Costa, Patrícia Cristiane Gama da;
Psicologia: Teoria e Pesquisa , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-37722002000100009
Abstract: in this work, our purpose is present a scale for the measurement of self-concept at work, constructed from the transposition of l'écuyer model (1978). we do not have in the literature any report about this type of scale. this emphasizes the importance of making this measure and the construction and validation of scale of this type. in particular, the self-perception can change the performance and the employee satisfaction at work. in this study, we utilized a sample of the 607 employees. we realized the factors analyses and the scale is composed by, 43 items to be responded in a likert's scale (1-never, 3-sometimes, 5-allways) and six factors, that after the confiability analyses present values for the cronbach's alpha greater than 0.70.
Eu sou, tu és, ele era...: Auto-conceito e Interrup??o Voluntária da Gravidez
Noya,Ana; Leal,Isabel Pereira;
Análise Psicológica , 1998,
Abstract: this paper reports an analysis of levels of self-concept in women who had one or more induced abortions.
O autoconceito de adolescentes escolares
Saldanha, Ana Alayde Werba;Oliveira, Isabel Cristina Vasconcelos de;Azevedo, Regina Ligia Wanderlei de;
Paidéia (Ribeir?o Preto) , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-863X2011000100003
Abstract: this study objectives identify and compare the self-concept of school adolescents of a sample of the city of , jo?o pessoa - pb, brazil, the variables involving sex, age and type of school attended (public or private). for this was implemented the inventory of schemes genre of self-concept in 686 adolescent students. in general, young people have positive self-concept, depending on the sex (higher for females), age (the lower the age, the greater the negative perception male and female most obviously with between 16 and 18 years) and type of school (more positive self-concept in public school). these results provide subsidies for the development of strategies more consistent with the profile of adolescents, whether in the family, school or social.
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