Amoneeta Beckstein

Amoneeta Beckstein
Webster University Thailand

Doctor of Philosophy

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Publications (8)
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This study aimed to assess the influence of the Big Five personality traits, namely openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism on an individual inclination to moral disengagement and drug use. A total of 132 fourteen to seventeen-year-old adolescents with discipline problems from the secondary schools in Selangor, Mal...
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Myanmar’s mental health system is in dire need of improvement. The importance of mental health care has generally been overlooked and undervalued in the country. The negligence seems to stem from a lack of policies, training, infrastructure, funding, stigmatization, and a suitable ethical code of conduct. Due to six decades of international isolati...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc globally. Besides devastating physical health consequences, the mental health consequences are dire as well and are predicted to have a long-term impact for some individuals and communities and society as a whole. Specific keywords were entered into various popular databases at three points in time (June 2020...
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This article was written by modern American Indian leaders and scholars. It explores the possible benefits of using American Indian Leadership styles when working in international collectivist contexts.
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This paper provides an overview of Malaysian mental health in light of COVID-19. It discusses some of the current treatment options and how the crisis is being managed. A focused literature review was conducted. All relevant articles were included in the review. It offers research, policy, and multicultural practice suggestions for reducing the pre...
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Individuals suffering from depression tend to report markedly more negative social experiences in comparison to those who do not suffer from depression. This could be a result of their misinterpretation or misperception of other people and others’ intentions in social settings. Previous research has detected a relationship between the progression o...
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Descendants of indigenous people in the United States (Native Americans) are underrepresented in happiness studies. The social-cognitive mechanisms involved in happiness are also poorly understood. Here we test a social-cognitive model for theorizing the happiness of Native Americans. Self-identified Native Americans (120 women, 59 men, aged 18–79...
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This chapter will discuss cultural approaches and views of death, dying, and bereavement among Native Americans. We begin by focusing on the macro including an introduction to the culture, general demographics, examples of loss and trauma, and the natural order of things. We examine differences among tribes in dealing with death and dying, traditio...

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