psychological adjustment

psychological adjustment

Psychology The mental response of a person to a dread life situation–eg, AIDS, CA, imminent death Stages Denial–this is not happening; anger–why me?; bargaining–if God lets me live, I'll join the Peace Corps; depression; acceptance
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As illustrated in figure 1, psychological adjustment is the strongest predictor of mental health among the female subjects.
7 Literature has also reported significant relationship between psychological adjustment and sensory and social experiences such as appearance-related teasing.
However, on a standardized test of psychological adjustment, when the 17-year-old NLLFS adolescents were compared with same-age peers, those with lesbian parents scored higher in academic achievement, social activities, and overall competence, and lower in social problems, rule-breaking behavior, and aggressive behavior.
Keywords: academic adjustment, first year students, homesickness, psychological adjustment, social adjustment, university support
Based on the images, two different questionnaires were applied containing 44 questions each for evaluating social competence, intellectual ability, psychological adjustment, and attractiveness.
The first volume addresses the history of trauma studies, the changing definition of trauma, methodological considerations in its investigation, the prevalence of traumatic events in the general population and different subgroups, various types of traumatic events and their effects on psychological adjustment, core competencies in training trauma professionals, psychological reactions and cognitive and medical problems related to a history of traumatic events, models for conceptualizing the effects of traumatization, and cross-disciplinary frameworks for understanding and addressing traumatization and its impact on different populations.
The present research explored the degree of perceived parental acceptance-rejection and its impact on psychological adjustment in a group of 81 convicts (40 men and 41 women) with mean age = 37.
9) Chan and Lai (10) explore the psychological adjustment of siblings of children with autism spectrum disorder in Hong Kong.
Dr Sophie Zadeh, who led the Cambridge University study, stressed: "In terms of psychological adjustment , however, these children are generally doing well.
loss of teaching materials, psychological adjustment problems-people have been talking about 'grieving'-have the option of not holding their classes, even if not in the CAL building, he said, adding that the deans of affected colleges are working out arrangements for temporary faculty offices.
In the article It Doesn't All Just Stop at 18': Psychological Adjustment and Support Needs of Adults Born With Cleft Lip and/or Palate, found in the The Cleft PalateCraniofacial Journal, the authors conducted one-on-one, in-depth interviews with 52 adults born with CL/P.
Making things worse, another study with hiring managers found negative perceptions of people with disabilities' productivity, social skills and psychological adjustment were justifications for not hiring them--a double tap if you're a combat-disabled veteran.

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