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PERSONALITY AND CULTURAL DETERMINANTS OF SOCIAL ANXIETY IN ASIAN AMERICANS
It has been well documented that social anxiety is a complex psychological phenomenon, which is linked to personality traits and socio-environmental factors. In addition, acculturation processes are associated with Asian ...
WORKPLACE PSYCHOLOGICAL AGGRESSION: RESOLVING THE BATTLE OF COMPETING CONSTRUCTS
Current research on workplace psychological aggression (WPA) is fragmented, with some researchers stressing the importance of studying unique constructs and others emphasizing the similarities among constructs and the need ...
Biculturalism and Personality as Predictors of Subjective Well-being in Chinese Americans
This study was designed to determine how personality and biculturalism influence Chinese Americans' emotional well-being and life satisfaction. Few studies have integrated personality and bicultural identity in their ...
Sleep Loss and Workload: Cognitive Effects and Physiology
This dissertation aims to investigate some of the complex interactions between sleep loss, workload, cognition, and physiology. In order to examine the effects of workload on fatigue (operationally defined as a state of ...
Stay-At-Home Dads: Symptom of Recession or Sustainable Trend?
Giddens' Structuration Theory of "mutual dependence of structure and agency" (1979, p. 69) was used to explore the sustainability of the Stay-At-Home Dad (SAHD) trend in the U.S. Life history interviews of SAHDs were used ...