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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 ...
The Effects of Deployment Stress and Cognitive Schema Disruption on Relationship Satisfaction among Non-Marital and Marital Partners of Service Members
Current literature points to the stressful nature of partner military deployment on partners of service members. This experience of deployment is analyzed through the Double ABCX model of adaptation that focuses on the ...
A Multicultural Examination of the Relationship between Coping and Well-Being in Parents of Children with Disabilities
Prior coping literature has typically focused on Western models, with an emphasis on changing one’s environment or situation from an individualistic perspective. However, alongside the increasing cultural diversity in the ...
The Relationship between Childhood Gender Nonconformity and Adult Male Drive for Muscularity
Childhood Gender Nonconformity and the Adult Male Drive for MuscularityAbstractby Melanie Lynn Whetstine-Richel, Ph.D.Washington State UniversityMay 2013Chair: Brian W. McNeillThe purpose of this research was to assess the ...
Testing a Dialectical Model of Meaning in Life in Four Cultures
It has been well established that subjective well-being and meaning in life are important to individuals' overall psychological functioning. One important but unanswered question is whether meaning in life and well-being ...
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 ...