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The relationship between feminist identity and resiliency in women
Among women, feminist identity has been associated with their well-being in multiple ways, including both psychological and sexual well-being. Women who self-identify as feminists and/or who are classified as being in the ...
Measuring dimensions of burnout buffers among psychologists: An exploratory factor analytic, multitrait-multimethod study
This study describes the development and psychometric evaluation of the Buffers Against Burnout among Psychologists Inventory (BABPI). The initial item pool consisted of 80 items that were developed on the basis of prior ...
Restrictive Emotionality, Father-son Affectionate Communication, and Suicidality in Adolescence: A Retrospective Investigation
(Texas Woman s University, 2013-01-01)
This purpose of this study was to examine the relationships between restrictive emotionality, father-son affection, and the demographic variables sexual orientation and ethnicity as they relate to adolescent suicidality. ...
Expert psychotherapists' use of four common factors in psychotherapy
A four-person research team used observation and structured qualitative analysis to examine and describe how five expert psychotherapists manifest four common factors central to psychotherapy outcomes. These factors fell ...
Psychotherapists' beliefs and attitudes towards polyamory
The primary purpose of this study was to create a valid and reliable scale to measure psychotherapists’ attitudes towards polyamory. The secondary goal of this research was to explore whether psychotherapists endorse ...