Taisir Ali Abdallah

Taisir Ali Abdallah
Al-Quds University · Department of Psychology & Child Center

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Introduction
Education
September 1985 - January 1989
universty of York, UK
Field of study
  • social and personality

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Publications (33)
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Abstract: The study aimed to present a proposed concept for amending the secondary education system in Palestine, in light of standardization the scale of vocational inclinations, according to the variables of gender and the level of academic achievement, on a sample of (1478) students, chosen in a cluster manner, and then stratified from all the c...
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The main objective of this study was to investigate rates of happiness and it's associations with well­being and religiosity among a sample of Palestinian college students (N = 385). They responded to the Arabic Scale of Happiness (ASH), well­being rating scales of physical health, mental health, happiness, and satisfaction with life, as well as re...
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The main objective of this study was to investigate rates of happiness and it's associations with well­being and religiosity among a sample of Palestinian college students (N = 385). They responded to the Arabic Scale of Happiness (ASH), well­being rating scales of physical health, mental health, happiness, and satisfaction with life, as well as re...
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The main objective of this study was to investigate rates of happiness and it's associations with well­being and religiosity among a sample of Palestinian college students (N = 385). They responded to the Arabic Scale of Happiness (ASH), well­being rating scales of physical health, mental health, happiness, and satisfaction with life, as well as re...
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Child labor and its relationship to Dropout in the Schools of Al-Quds Al-Sharif Abstract: The study aimed to identify the phenomenon of child labour, and to examine its relation with students’ dropouts from the schools in Al-Quds Al-Sharif, as well as, to identify the main factors that lead students to leave schools to work at an early age. It also...
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Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the perception and relationship between death anxiety and death obsession among Palestinians university students. The sample consisted of 216 Palestinian university students enrolled in two universities in Gaza Strip (Al-Al-Azhar and Islamic University of Gaza) and one university in West Bank (Al Quds uni...
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Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the perception and relationship between death anxiety and death obsession among Palestinians university students. The sample consisted of 216 Palestinian university students enrolled in two universities in Gaza Strip (Al-Al-Azhar and Islamic University of Gaza) and one university in West Bank (Al Quds uni...
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Aim: The aim of this study was to determine the perception and relationship between death anxiety and death obsession among Palestinians university students. The sample consisted of 216 Palestinian university students enrolled in two universities in Gaza Strip (Al-Al-Azhar and Islamic University of Gaza) and one university in West Bank (Al Quds uni...
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Indicators of suicide among young Palestinians and its relationship to some variables Abstract: Indicators of suicide among young Palestinians and its relationship to some variables Research objective: This study aimed to investigate the Indicators of suicide among young Palestinians and its relationship to some variables. Research Methodology: Th...
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Through a qualitative study of adolescents and young men in East Jerusalem, the scope of this study explores the “crisis in masculinity” that is occurring in East Jerusalem. In the course of this work, we interviewed 45 young men and 18 young women about their concerns. In addition to violence, there were other topics of concern that we identified...
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The phenomenon of school violence is not only an educational issue, but a major social issue. School violence is a partial phenomenon that includes different aspects of social life (family, society, and friends). Both schools and households play a vital preventative role in protecting children from violence. Despite their role in preventing violenc...
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Purpose: To assess the cross-cultural clinical utility of the Visual Motor Integration (VMI) standardized U.S. norms for typically developing Palestinian, Israeli, and American kindergarten children. The cross-cultural comparisons tested the extent to which the VMI standardized U.S. norms for all three tests (a) are appropriate for use with the afo...
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Aims: The aim of this study was to determine the prevalence of learning disabilities and difficulties in Palestinian children in the seventh to ninth class in West Bank and Gaza Strip. Method: The study sample consisted of 1337 students selected randomly from seventh to ninth class in West Bank and Gaza Strip. Seven hundred and sixty three were boy...
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The aim of this study was to standardize normative tools for early detection of learning disabilities among school students in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.The sample process include pilot phase for the first study which aimed in testing the learning screening batteries including (Arabic and English Language, mathematics, and IQ) by selecting sampl...
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OBJECTIVES. Our objectives were (1) to compare the differential effects of cultural and sociodemographic variables on the cognitive performance of Israeli and Palestinian children, (2) to examine validity of the Loewenstein Occupational Therapy Cognitive Assessment (LOTCA) for kindergarten children, and (3) to determine the feasibility of using the...
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Background: This study aims was to identify the prevalence of trauma, PTSD, and ADHD in children living in area of war and conflict in Gaza Strip and West Bank and relationship between trauma, ADHD, and PTSD. Method: A random sample of 200 children from 15 UNRWA schools in Gaza (United Nations Refugee and Work Agencies) and 150 children from 8 scho...
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We aimed to establish the prevalence and distribution of attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms and other associated comorbid mental health problems in Palestinian schoolchildren. Thus 349 children aged 6-15 years were randomly selected from 23 schools in Gaza and the West Bank and were rated by their parents and teachers using bo...
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Cognitive performance is essential for children's functioning and may also predict school readiness. The suitability of Western standardized assessments for cognitive performance among children from different cultures needs to be elaborated. This study referred to the existence of differences in cognitive performance between and within children fro...
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English The aim of the present study was to investigate the prevalence and predictors of burnout among Palestinian social workers. A random sample of 180 social workers completed the Maslach Burnout Inventory. The most predictive factors associated with burnout among Palestinian social workers are identified. French Cette étude a pour objectif d’ét...
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This pioneer study examines the visual-motor and visual-perceptual performance of Israeli and Palestinian children, and makes comparisons among these respective populations according to age, place of residence, and parental education. In addition, the study evaluates the validity of standardized assessment tools for use with Palestinian children, w...
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To develop an Arabic version of the Satisfaction with Life Scale (SWLS), two Arab bilinguals achieved consensus in their translation of the five items. Eight hundred sixty four (864) students (age 18 to 31) completed the SWLS, Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), Satisfaction With Life Scale (LSI, Neugarten, 1961) and Symptom Checklist-90-R. Internal c...
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To develop an a Arabic version of the Student Alienation Scale (SAS), two Arab bilinguals achieved consensus in their translation of the twenty-four items. Five hundred seventy-four students from 14 to 21 years of age completed the SAS, and Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), Satisfaction With Life Scale (SWLS), the Symptom Checklist-90-R, and Spheres...
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This study examined the relationship between self-esteem and locus of control of 300 male subjects from King Saud University, Saudi Arabia (Riyadh). Analysis indicated positive correlations between self-esteem total score, and self-worth, and locus of control, personal efficacy, and sociopolitical control, while there was a negative correlation of...
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The aim of this study is to explore level of death anxiety among a sample (N=601) of Palestinians living in the city of Beit Jala, Village of Al-Khader, and Aida Refugee Camp in Bethlehem area. The researchers used AbdEl-Khalek scale 1996 to test the hypotheses. The cronbach Alpha was .92. To answer the hypothesis, the researchers calculated the fr...

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the aim of this huge work is ro do analysis of all SPSS file i had in the last 20 years on Palestinians in teh GAza Strip and west bank to find the trend in mental health problesm, coping, resilience, PTG, siege on families
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How to deal with school violence among school children in East Jerusalem.