psychological well-being

psychological well-being

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Poor adjustment and psychological well-being can also have negative effects on the first year students' academic performance.
Positive psychological well-being works consistently against cardiovascular disease; it has been positively related with curative health behaviour and biological function, and negatively related with deteriorative health behaviour and biological function.
Previous studies has shown psychological well-being in older age to be associated with reduced risk of developing Alzheimer's dementia.
Specifically, we examine the underlying psychosocial mechanisms by which health status, perceived stress, social support, self-esteem, and psychological well-being influence the relationship between spirituality and happiness based on the following summative review of the literature.
According to researchers from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in US, some mothers' and fathers' psychological well-being may suffer when their work and family identities - and the amount of financial support they provide - conflict with conventional gender roles.
1 Resilience predicts high psychological well-being 2 and people with high resilience have low anxiety, stress and depression.
Objectives: The present study aims to examine the mental health status with specific focus on the dimensions of psychological distress and psychological well-being in spouses of patients with psychiatric disorders and compare with the normal control group by using Mental Health Inventory.
Their improved sense of psychological well-being was linear and substantial," says senior author Dilip Jeste, Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry and Neurosciences and director of the Center on Healthy Aging.
Objective: To study the relationship between psychological well-being and quality of life among employees and to see group differences on study variables between physically disabled and normal employees.
Psychological well-being is defined as states that emerge from feeling of satisfaction with one's close interpersonal relationships and with one's occupation and financial situation (Bar-On, 2005).
The study is one of the first major scientific attempts to explore psychological well-being beyond the traditional finding that fruit and veg can cut the risk of cancer and heart attacks.
This research explored the predicting role of self-compassion for rumination, optimism, and psychological well-being among elderly people in Pakistan.