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Relative levels of hope and their relationship with academic and psychological indicators among adolescents.
Abstract The major goals of this study were to (a) investigate the relationships among adolescent students' levels of hope and various academic and psychological indicators of school adjustment, andExpand
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The Role of Peer Attachment and Normative Beliefs about Aggression on Traditional Bullying and Cyberbullying.
This study examined the effects of normative beliefs about aggression and peer attachment on traditional bullying, cyberbullying, and both types of victimization. Cyberbullying departs fromExpand
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Understanding the Relationship Between Proactive and Reactive Aggression, and Cyberbullying Across United States and Singapore Adolescent Samples
This study examined cyberbullying among adolescents across United States and Singapore samples. Specifically, the purpose of the investigation was to study the differential associations betweenExpand
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The relationship between perfectionism and multidimensional life satisfaction among Croatian and American youth
Although much research investigating multidimensional perfectionism has been conducted among adults from various cultures, little is known of the cross-cultural manifestation of perfectionism amongExpand
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Using Advancing Technologies in the Practice of School Psychology
Technology, broadly defined, is applying scientific knowledge to practical tasks. Technology use is rapidly increasing in a variety of work settings, including the areas of education and psychologyExpand
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Differences in Proactive and Reactive Aggression in Traditional Bullies and Cyberbullies
This study examined how proactive and reactive aggression related to traditional bullying and cyberbullying. Participants were 851 students in Grades 6 through 8 who completed a survey that assessedExpand
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EMDR as a Treatment for Test Anxiety
We assigned sixty-two test-anxious undergraduates to eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), rational emotive therapy (RET), and information only, which were administered in a singleExpand
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Why do narcissists disregard social-etiquette norms? A test of two explanations for why narcissism relates to offensive-language use
Narcissists often fail to abide by norms for polite social conduct, but why? The current study addressed this issue by exploring reasons why narcissists use more offensive language (i.e., profanity)Expand
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Web-Based Training and Supervision
Abstract Supervision is a cornerstone of training that allows professionals to bridge the gap from knowledge of concepts to applied practice. However, in-person supervision is not always feasible,Expand
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Clinician telehealth attitudes in a rural community mental health center setting.
Telehealth-based services in community mental health settings are on the rise and growth is expected to continue. Negative clinician attitudes toward telehealth have been identified as a key barrierExpand
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