Advances in Psychology Research. Volume 147

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Alexandra M. Columbus (Editor)

Series: Advances in Psychology Research
BISAC: PSY000000

This volume presents some of the latest advancements in psychology research. Chapter One examines the link between sleep deprivation in military settings and risk of suicide behavior. Chapter Two outlines the most effective evidence-based psychotherapies for generalized anxiety disorder. Chapter Three provides information about the potential therapeutic effects of antidepressant drugs for COVID-19. Chapter Four explains how child maltreatment leads to an adult propensity to violence, which enables genocide, and describes parenting strategies to prevent these characteristics from emerging. Chapter Five studies clinical cases with empirical research on characteristics of parenting that form bases of children’s well-being into adulthood. Chapter Six examines how emotional intelligence influences job satisfaction, particularly in the context of the ongoing pandemic. Chapter Seven studies whether job satisfaction mediates the relationship between emotion regulation ability and psychological distress in teaching professionals. Chapter Eight conveys the narratives of an implementation of a project dedicated for the establishment of happiness and wellbeing centers at nine campuses of the Royal University of Bhutan. Chapter Nine explores the psychological characteristics of juvenile sex offenders, juvenile perpetrators of non-sexual violent offences, and a representative sample of non-delinquent youngsters. Finally, Chapter Ten presents a correlation study between two empathy subscales of the Adolescent Sexual Abuser Project Assessment Pack-Dutch Revised version and the Moral Orientation List.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Addressing Sleep Deprivation as a Risk Factor in Military Suicide
(Tim Hoyt – Psychological Health Center of Excellence, Defense Health Agency, Silver Spring, Maryland, USA)

Chapter 2. Evidence-Based Psychotherapies for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
(Behrooz Afshari, Jila Hasani, Ali Keyhani, and Shaghayegh Tavakoli – Kashan University of medical sciences, Kashan, Iran, et al.)

Chapter 3. Can the Use of Antidepressant Drugs Contribute to Ameliorating Symptoms Associated with COVID-19 Disease?
(León Jesús German-Ponciano, Gilberto Uriel Rosas-Sánchez, Ana Raquel Ramos-Molina and Juan Francisco Rodríguez-Landa – Instituto de Neuroetología, Universidad Veracruzana. Xalapa, Ver., México, et al.)

Chapter 4. The Psychodynamics of Aggression and Genocide and Their Prevention
(Gerald H. Katzman – Wayne State University School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Clinical Associate Professor, Detroit, Michigan, United States of America)

Chapter 5. Study on Parenting Styles to Form Children’s Well-being into Later Adulthood: A Hypothesis Developed by Clinical Materials and its Validation by Empirical Research
(Masayo Uji – Yasuda Women’s University, Hiroshima, Japan)

Chapter 6. Influence of Emotional Intelligence on Employees’ Level of Job Satisfaction during a Pandemic Situation
(S. T. S. Chin – Faculty of Business, Multimedia University, Melaka, Malaysia)

Chapter 7. Teachers’ Emotion Regulation Ability: Connections with Job Satisfaction and Psychological Distress
(Sergio Mérida-López and Natalio Extremera – Department of Social Psychology, Social Work, Social Anthropology and East Asian Studies at the University of Malaga, Spain)

Chapter 8. Happiness Model of Student Support System at the Royal University of Bhutan
(Sangay Dorji and Pema Latsho – Royal University of Bhutan, Thimphu, Bhutan)

Chapter 9. Juvenile Sex Offenders, Juvenile Perpetrators of Non-sexual Violent Offences and Non-Delinquent Youth Compared
(Ron E. van Outsem – Eigen Werk-Research, Leiden, The Netherlands)

Chapter 10. The Measurement of Empathy in Youngsters: The Relationship between the Scores on the Cognitive and Affective Empathy Scales of the Adolescent Sexual Abuser Project Assessment Pack-Dutch Revised Version (ASAP-D) and the Moral Orientation List (Mol)
(Ron E. van Outsem – Eigen Werk-Research, Leiden, The Netherlands)

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