Iuliana Constantinescu

Iuliana Constantinescu
Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu · Faculty of Sciences

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Introduction
Iuliana Constantinescu currently works as a School Counselor, she attended Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu. Iuliana does research in Health Psychology, Positive Psychology and Social Psychology. Their current project is 'Psychological test adaptation.'

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Publications (4)
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The Penn State Worry Questionnaire(PSWQ) is an important instrument for the assessment of worry symptoms, which was translated and adapted in many countries around the world. We sought to translate and adapt the PSWQ in Romania for clinical and nonclinical purposes. For that purpose, we conducted two studies. In the first study, we translated and b...
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Besides the proprietary questionnaires that asses the five traits of the Big Five Model, that are world wide available, there is also an international scientific collaborative public domain project that developed IPIP-50 questionnaire that measures the five traits of the model. IPIP-50 has been translated and validated in Romania. The study had som...
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We sought to bridge the gap in the literature between general causality orientations and psychological well-being by examining the relationship between these variables in a sample of 76 (18 men and 58 women) currently enrolled or recently graduated European and Eurasian university students between 18 and 35 years old. Participants were administered...
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After developing Consciousness Quotient Inventory - CQI (Brazdau, 2009), research showed the need for improvement. The purpose of the current studies was to adapt and improve the CQI by revealing how demographically heterogeneous participant group (N=12) cognitively evaluate the life situations described by the CQI items. The CQI was revised two ti...

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