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Larysa Zasiekina

Larysa Zasiekina
Lesya Ukrainka Volyn National University

Doctor of Psychology

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April 2019 - December 2019
Anglia Ruskin University
Position
  • Researcher
Education
September 2018 - September 2019
Anglia Ruskin University
Field of study
  • Clinical Psychology

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Publications (23)
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Moral injury is a relatively new construct which is strongly associated with PTSD but which also has distinctive features that may not overlap with PTSD. There is a growing body of literature that recognises moral injury as emotional distress and sufferings arising from a transgression of one’s core moral principles or ethical beliefs and aligned w...
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The study aims to explore the mechanisms of transgenerational trauma in family narratives of mothers (the second generation) and daughters (the third generation) relations. The narratives were aligned with the tragic events of the Holodomor 1932-1933. The study applies focus-group moderation, semi-structured interviews and inductive thematic analys...
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This study focused on the specific challenges of university students in the face of the COVID‐19 pandemic and examined similarities and differences in COVID‐related concerns and difficulties in functioning in samples of undergraduate students in five countries. A sample of 4306 undergraduate university students (43.8% males, 56.2% females) from Isr...
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Objectives. The article aims to reveal language-based markers of stressful experiences in healthcare workers in terms of their cognitions and emotions. The following research questions were formulated for the current study: (1) Are risk and protective factors for psychological stress in healthcare staff, working with patients with COVID-19 aligned...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has created a sense of threat, and stress that has surged globally at an alarming pace. University students were confronted with new challenges. This study examined university students' functional difficulties and concerns during COVID-19 pandemic in two countries: Israel and Ukraine. Additionally, it examined the similarities...
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The aims of the study were to examine intergenerational effects of two cultural contexts of massive genocide: the Holodomor 1932-1933 in Ukraine, and the Holocaust 1939-1944 on the second and third generations of women in Ukraine and Israel. Forty women participants were recruited for four focus groups, two in each country, comprised of 10 particip...
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The study aims to examine quality of life aligned with functional difficulties among students under distant and blended learning during COVID-19 pandemic. The particular focus has been given to challenges related to academic integrity and quality of education at Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). The approval letter to recruit the participants t...
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Effective management of teamwork is essential in active and collaborative learning environments. Teamwork encompasses numerous aspects related to team formation, conflicts, and performance, with several effective practices being discussed in the literature. Tuckman's framework on the four stages of team development describes how teams evolve, passi...
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Conceptualization of retirement requires interdisciplinary research, which is represented by psycholinguistic approach in the present paper. The study takes a first step to explore conceptualization of retirement by individuals with different levels of retirement preparedness. The study applies questionnaire Psychological Preparedness for Retiremen...
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The objective of the article is to examine transgenerational transmission of the Holodomor as mental trauma and moral injury. Using snowball sampling strategy, two female nonclinical samples, particularly sample of the first generations named as sample of mothers, and the second generation, named as a sample of daughters, were recruited through Hol...
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Objectives. The purpose of the current research is to define and operationalize moral injury based on moral standards, moral judgements, moral reasoning, moral emotions, moral behaviour, and moral consequences; to explore verbal emotional disclosure of moral injury in Holodomor survivors’ narratives. Materials & Methods. The study applies traumati...
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Background: Brain health is a multi-faceted concept used to describe brain physiology, cognitive function, mental health and well-being. Diseases of the brain account for one third of the global burden of disease and are becoming more prevalent as populations age. Diet, social interaction as well as physical and cognitive activity are lifestyle fac...
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The objective of this article is to explore how suitable Team-Based Learning (TBL) is for students with social and communication disabilities, such as those on the autism spectrum or with social anxiety. TBL is a structured form of Active Collaborative Learning, combining a flipped classroom approach with students working in permanent teams to appl...
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The objective of the research is to examine language use in Holodomor survivors ‘narratives as psycholinguistic markers of mental trauma and PTSD. The specific objective is to explore rememory as a cognitive strategy of releasing suppressed traumatic events. Materials & Methods. 42 survivors of the Holodomor of 1932–1933 in Ukraine were recruited...
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This study examines psycholinguistic structure of autobiographical and traumatic narratives representing positive emotional and stressful traumatic life events. The research applied the cross sectional, between subjects design utilizing the independent variables of external agent they, space and time and dependent variable of word number in traumat...
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This study examines psycholinguistic structure of autobiographical and traumatic narratives representing positive emotional and stressful traumatic life events. The research applied the cross sectional, between subjects design utilizing the independent variables of external agent they, space and time and dependent variable of word number in traumat...
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Developmental Dyslexia is a specific reading and writing disability despite of normal intelligence, educational instruction and socio-cultural opportunity. Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a condition that affects millions of children and often persists into adulthood. ADHD can include a combination of problems, such as difficulty...
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У статті відображено результати теоретико-емпіричного осмислення проблеми трудових адикцій, переважно трудоголізму, як таких, що чинять руйнівний вплив на психічне здоров’я працівників в організаціях. Підкреслено суперечливі тенденції в розумінні феномену трудоголізму: виокремлення позитивних аспектів (високі досягнення, матеріальний і соціальний с...
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У статті відображено результати теоретико-емпіричного дослідження культурного інтелекту юнаків у прикордонних регіонах України й Польщі. Запропо­новано визначення культурного інтелекту як індивідуальній здатності ефектив­но взаємодіяти в полікультурному середовищі. Зіставлено зарубіжні моделі культурного інтелекту й авторську модель індивідуального...
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У статті відображено результати теоретичного й емпіричного досліджень репрезентації життєвих подій у пам’яті особистості. Встановлено відмінності між автобіографічною й травматичною пам’яттю на основі розмежування емоційно негативних і травматичних подій. Емпірично доведено пропозиціональну репрезентацію життєвих подій у пам’яті особи та визначено...
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The paper focuses on a psycholinguistic study of individual traumatic memory. Among psycholinguistic tools of the research are psychographological analysis, propositional analysis, and frame analysis. The results of psychographological analysis revealed differences between psycholinguistic representations of traumatic events as compared to psycholi...
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The paper focuses on a psycholinguistic study of individual traumatic memory. Among psycholinguistic tools of the research are psychographological analysis, propositional analysis, and frame analysis. The results of psychographological analysis revealed differences between psycholinguistic representations of traumatic events as compared to psycholi...

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