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The Role of Perceived Control in the Adjustment of Some HIV-Positive People
(Mandalay University Research Journal, 2012)
This paper is concerned with a study on the role of perceived control over illness and its association with psychological adjustment in HIV-positive individuals. Following a discussion and critical assessment of predominant ...
A Relationship between Parent and Peer Attachment and Psychological Well-Being of University Students in Late Adolescence
(Universities Research Journal, 2012)
The relation between parent and peer attachment and psychological well-being in late adolescence was examined using a measure of the Myanmar Inventory of Parent and Peer Attachment (MIPPA). Data were gathered from 310 ...
The Relationship between Marital Conflict and Children’s Social Adjustment
(Mandalay University of Distance Education Research Journal, 2012)
This study is to examine the relation between marital conflict and children’s Asocial and Excluded behaviors as rated by teachers. The participants in this study were a group of 100 children and their mothers in Mandalay ...