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The term 'learned resourcefulness' refers to an acquired repertoire of behaviours and skills by which a person self-regulates internal events (such as emotions, pain, and cognitions) that interfere with the smooth execution of a target behaviour. Sixty undergraduate students were rated as either high resourceful (HR) or low resourceful (LR) according to(More)
Theoretical basis for a combined behavioral-cognitive approach to sexual dysfunctions may be found in the work of Masters and Johnson (1970). However, the treatment methods employed by them as well as by behavior therapists have included primarily behavioral procedures. This is particularly the case in the treatment of vaginismus, where behavior therapists(More)
Changes in conceptions and attitudes towards mental illness and the mentally ill were investigated in Israel. Questionnaires were presented to 69 student nurses, assessing stereotyped image, authoritarianism, social restrictiveness, benevolence, mental hygiene ideology and interpersonal aetiology before and after psychiatric affiliation in two kinds of(More)
A total of 447 Israeli students, both males and females, from four educational institutions were administered the College Self-expression Scale, a measure of assertiveness. The obtained responses were factor analyzed using the principal axis solution and the varimax rotation method. The results showed four main factors which included 43 of the 50 items of(More)
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