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Psychometric properties of the Serbian version of the Empathy Quotient (S-EQ)
In the present study we examined psychometric properties of the Serbian translation of the Empathy Quotient scale (S-EQ). The translated version of the EQ was applied on a sample of 694 high-schoolExpand
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Social support and self-esteem in unemployed university graduates.
The first aim of this study was to examine the relationship between the length of time of unemployment and the self-esteem and general life satisfaction of university graduates. The second aim was toExpand
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Do personality traits predict post-traumatic stress?: a prospective study in civilians experiencing air attacks.
BACKGROUND Previous studies have suggested an association between personality traits and post-traumatic stress. These studies either focused exclusively on military veterans or assessed personalityExpand
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Disintegration: A reconceptualization of psychosis proneness as a personality trait separate from the Big Five
Abstract A nine-facet hierarchical taxonomy of “Disintegration”, a trait-like disposition that causes variations in psychotic-like behavior, is proposed, along with the scales to assess it. StrongExpand
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Mathematical self-concept: An operationalization and its empirical validity
The major objective of this study, which used a sample of 123 ninth- grade Gymnasium (high-school) students, was to construct a psychometrically valid scale of mathematical self-concept in theExpand
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The Mediating Role of Symptoms of Psychopathology Between Irrational Beliefs and Internet Gaming Addiction
While Internet gaming addiction has recently been proposed as a disorder, it is still discussed whether it is to some extent an effect of other disorders. By integrating the results of the previousExpand
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War stressors assessment questionnaire: Psychometric evaluation
Numerous studies speak in favour of the existent connection between the exposure to stressors, i.e. potentially stressful events and psychophysiological stress symptoms, as well as laterExpand
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Comorbidity and Suicidality in Patients Diagnosed with Panic Disorder/Agoraphobia and Major Depression.
BACKGROUND Comorbidity of anxiety and depression (both current and lifetime) is associated with greater chronicity and an increased risk of suicidality. We wished to ascertain which symptom clustersExpand
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A mathematical model of stress reaction: Individual differences in threshold and duration
People differ in what they experience as stressful and to what extent. We define a variable—stress threshold (σ)—that links the hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenocortical (HPA) axis and the memory systemExpand
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[Gender differences in victims of war torture: types of torture and psychological consequences].
BACKGROUND/AIM Torture for political reasons is an extreme violence in interpersonal relations resulting in not only acute psychiatric disorders but also very often in very severe and far reachingExpand
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