Questions related to Interpersonal Relations
Dear colleagues in the filed of psychology and similar disciplines,
Do you know some open call for cross-cultural project regarding post-COVID effects (or what is happening after the 2 years of pandemic) on various aspects of mental health (life satisfaction, stress, anxiety, optimism...), emotional status, interpersonal relationships, risky behavior, conspiracy theories and other beliefs, etc.?
We are currently conducting our research, I hope you will noticed my question and suggest some scale that we can use. Thank you so much in advance, it is truly a big help!
I need help with a research. I am confuse about how to do a secondary research. I couldn't find data that support diversity and inclusion in relation to gender pay gap in the NHS. Because of that I am thinking of using existing literature to generate data and develop corresponding themes. Therefore, is it okay to go this route?
If yes, can I use a qualitative approach?
Dear climate change specialist, I have 225 Female Responded HH Data that I have collected during my PhD. Now, I am interested to work for "Women in Climate Change Adaptation on Rice Production: A Case of Rural Household from Mountainous Economy" based on the 225 HH dataset.
As it is a gender issue, I am searching female lead author for this study.
We can collaborate for this research. Please let me know if any of you are interested.
The lead author must have track record journal and from the same field.
I am looking for a validated instrument that measures Life skills as defined by WHO (1933) : "Life skills are abilities for adaptive and positive behaviour, that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life".
The core set of skills are the following :
- Decision making
- Problem solving
- Creative thinking
- Critical thinking
- Effective communication
- Interpersonal relationship skills
- Coping with emotions
- Coping with stress
Is this possible ? Do you know any validated tool ?
Thank you very much!
Good day everyone,
In line with Positive Organizational Scholarship, I am looking for questionnaires that can help to measure:
1) Positive leadership
2) Positive organizational / management / HR practices
3) Positive relationships at work
I am interested in how these two theories interrelate and complete one another, both as an explanation of two-couple relationship dynamics, and also in workplace dynamics/leadership issues.
Hi all, where can I get affordable wearable sociometric sensors to capture real-time data (e.g. turn-taking, speech rate?) Advice anyone?
Much appreciated, thanks!
What different aspects about personality can be derived from FIRO-B Scales data? and linked to professional occupational traits of an individual?
Specifically in the context of leader -follower relationship, how does desire for credit from leader, affect the relationship and vice versa.
I'm working on understanding the psychosocial issues faced by students when they enter the world of work. Many things change from them - Sense of Responsibility being the first. I'm in the process of identifying such variables which can be assessed and their impact on the career graph of students.
Any research papers which display such variables or any that come to your mind will help me create a base for my research paper.
These could also be interpersonal relationship inventories which could be modified for friendship among men.
I Realize studies on recognition of internal and external barriers that apply to the successors of family businesses during the succession.
Would You be so kind and give the three such barriers please.
For teaching, lecture, small group teaching, clinical demonstrations and laboratory exercises are used very effectively. Theory exam consisting of essay type questions, various type of MCQs are good tools for assessment. For practical exams, OSPE, OSCE Viva and practical performance are tools used for the purpose.
But for skills like communication, interpersonal skills, leadership qualities, research interest, working as team member etc, no significant emphasis is given and no tool is available to judge such abilities in a graduating student.
For my master thesis purposes I need a couple of standarized photograpies of masculine faces with diverse level of attractiveness. Does anyone know some open source where I could find them, or should I create the stimuli by myself?
I am having some difficulty establishing an appropriate effect size for measuring within-person differences in attachment networks. In my study, each participant provides an independent rating of their four closest relationships on a scale measuring attachment behaviors, scores range from 12 to 60. Just to be clear, this is not an attachment quality measure but a measure of how much support is expected from each of four close relationships. Based on the four support figure ratings, I want to code each participant into one of three categories. 1) Participants that clearly identify one attachment figure as more important than each of the remaining three relationships. 2) Participants that rated their top two relationships the same, but higher than their remaining two relationships, and 3) Participants that did not differentiate between their top three relationships. This brings me to the problem; what is the best way to establish significant and/or meaningful differences for within-person ratings. Is it best to use each person's SD based on their four ratings (i.e., calculated for each person separately)? Alternatively, should I use the sample SD? Or, is there a better way to conceptualize and measure meaningful within-person differences?
I am interested in the influence of the level of communication skills in the course of qualitative research and in the result of it.
I am looking to investigate cognitive flexibility as an outcome of family therapy. I would like to know if there is a measure that would enable me to assess someone's thinking/perspective on a specific problem (i.e. the problem they have brought to therapy).