Arooj Mujeeb

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The present research was designed to explore psychological distress and coping strategies among families of missing persons in Pakistan. The sample (N = 225) included both men (n = 108) and women (n = 117) with age range of 20-82 years. Psychological distress and coping strategies of the respondents, were assessed with Urdu versions of Depression Anxiety(More)
The present research was designed to explore resilience, stress, anxiety and depression among internally displaced persons. The sample (N = 125) was taken from Garden Villas, Rawalpindi and Barakoh camps, Islamabad which included both males (n = 63) and females (n = 62). The age range of the sample was from 20 to 75 years. Individuals from Swat, Mardan,(More)
  • Arooj Mujeeb
  • The International journal of social psychiatry
  • 2015
BACKGROUND Internal displacement has been a distressing issue of Pakistan for last one decade. Few research works have been conducted on the psychological issues of internally displaced persons in Pakistan. AIMS The current research was aimed at determining the psychological effects of internal displacement, that is, psychological well-being, depression,(More)
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