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Introduction Sandra Sunitha Lobo who was Associate Professor and P.C. Yamini Gowda who was Assistant Professor in Department of Psychology, School of Social Work, Roshni Nilaya, Mangalore, Karnataka. They investigated "The Selfie Phenomenon : Self-Presentation and Its Implications" under International Journal of Computational Research and Development, Volume 1 , Issue 1 , Page Number 147-153 , 2016. The creator investigates about; inquire on how adolescent clients perceive the show of trading selfies as a disclosure of self-presentation. Summary From the article, the writer expressed that selfies were removed from sight of not just indigenous living space yet rather to supplement the physical qualities of oneself.
Bystander Effect. In: R. Baumeister and K. Vohs, ed.. Encyclopedia of social psychology, 1st ed. Thousand Oaks, Calif: Sage Publications, pp.132-133. van Bommel, M., van Prooijen, J., Elffers, H., & Van Lange, P. (2012). Be aware to care: Public self-awareness leads to a reversal of the bystander effect.
[4 marks] 2. Read the article ‘Factors negatively affecting university adjustment from the views of first-year university students: The case of Mersin University’ by Sevinc and Gizir (Appendix 1 in your course and tutorial handbook) and answer the following questions in your own words: a. According to the authors, what is the aim of their study? The aim of the study was to explore the factors that negatively affect the adjustment of first-year students to university (Sevinc & Gizir, 2014) . The aim was also to look at the coping strategies that these students used while adapting to life as a first-year student (Sevinc & Gizir, 2014).
Linda Lalicata Week six summaries Liu, O.L., Mao, L., Frankel, L., & Xu, J. (2016). Assessing critical thinking in higher education: The HEIghten approach and preliminary validity evidence. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 41(5), 677-694. Doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2016.1168358 This paper is based on a correlational study that tested the validity of the HEIghten approach to assessing critical thinking in college students.
Instead of negotiating social environments in-person, teens are managing digital avatars of themselves to negotiate idealistically created social lives. Turkle describes social media as a place, “where one’s profile becomes an avatar of sorts, a statement not only about who you are but who you want to be” (Turkle, 2017, p. 586). Writing on the relationship between online and real-life social development, the Journal of Adolescent Research indicates adolescents use social media for “self-presentation” and “self-disclosure” with real-life influences impacting adolescent development of identity and intimacy (Michikyan & Suárez-Orozco, 2016, p. 411). Social media platforms create opportunities for adolescents to expose and express real or false
Ortiz (1995) an Evans et al. (1998) present that knowing Students Development Theories can help higher education personnel (staff, faculty, and administrators) to provide better programs and services base on student diversity and particularities. Student Development theories generally fall into four broad categories, each of which represents different perspectives on the students: 1. Psychosocial Theories (Arthur Chikering and Linda Reisser, 1993) focus on the personal and interpersonal aspects of students ' lives as they accomplish various developmental tasks, or resolve the inevitable crises that
To fully analyze this topic, answers to these following questions were sought out: • What causes plagiarism amongst students? • How common is plagiarism amongst students and to what extent does this behavior have on their learning and development? According to www.collinsdictionary.com, a student refers to a person who is studying at a university or college. Plagiarism is xxx Long (2014) refers research methodology as the general logic and theoretical perspective of a study and is classified in three forms that is, qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods. Performance?
INDIAN INSTITUTE OF PSYCHOLOGY AND RESEARCH RESEARCH METHODS RESEARCH PROPOSAL ON WELL BEING OF PSYCHOLOGY SUBJECT ON PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS COMPARED TO NON PSYCHOLOGY STUDENTS SUBMITTED BY: ROOPA R. NANDAN B. PRIYANKA DEY GULAB ROSARY SUBMITTED TO: DR. ELIZABETH JASMINE (PRINCIPAL) IIPR, BANGALORE- 95 TABLE OF CONTENTS Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Review of literature 3 Methodology 4 Ethical considerations and limitations 7 ABSTRACT INTRODUCTION Philosophers and theologians have pondered the question- “what makes for a good life?” for centuries, and now health psychologists are turning their spotlight on it. They are doing so by investigating subjective wellbeing, people’s evaluations on the lives in terms of both thoughts and emotions. Subjective wellbeing is the measure of how happy people are (Diener, 2000). Research on subjective well being shows that happy people shares several characteristics ( Myers & Diener, 1996; Myers, 2000) - Happy people have high self esteem - Happy people have a firm sense of control - Happy individual are optimistic - Happy people like to be around other people Psychological well-being refers to how people evaluate their lives. These evaluations may be in the form of cognitions or in the form of affect.