Social Skills: Influencing Factors, Gender Differences and Impact of COVID-19

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Francine Náthalie Ferraresi Rodrigues Queluz, PhD (Editor) – Professor, Psychology, Adventist University of São Paulo, Brazil
Lígia de Santis, PhD (Editor) – Postdoctoral Fellow, Psychology, São Francisco University, Brazil
Valeria Moran, PhD (Editor) – Professor, Psychology, Century 21 University, Argentina

Series: Social Issues, Justice and Status
BISAC: SOC026000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/HBRT8912

The study of interpersonal relationships has been one of the areas of psychology with the most theoretical and scientific development. This field has been of interest to many psychologists from different fields, such as clinical, organizational, educational, and social, among others. As numerous investigations have indicated over the years, interpersonal relationships are one of the pillars of mental health. For this reason, studies from different perspectives are of great relevance in the advancement of knowledge about the psychology and mental health of humans. This book aims to contribute to this purpose, presenting conceptual and empirical advances on social skills and interpersonal relationships that arise from different practices and contexts that have been affected by COVID-19.

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Table of Contents

Preface

Chapter 1. Theoretical Concepts Related to Social Skills in a Pandemic Context
(Valeria E. Morán, Ligia de Santis and Francine N. F. R. Queluz – Century 21 University, Córdoba, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 2. Instructional Resources for Better Interpersonal Relationships During the COVID-19 Pandemic
(Adriana Benevides Soares, Acácia A. Angeli dos Santos, Almir D. Brito, Fatima de Almeida Maia and Francine N. F. R. Queluz – Graduate Program in Psychology, Salgado de Oliveira University, Niterói, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 3. Impact of Lockdown on Interpersonal Relationships and Emotional Regulation in Argentinian Adolescents
(Juan P. Zorza and Valeria E. Morán – Neurocognitive Research Center “Nodos,” Río Cuarto, Argentina, et al.)

Chapter 4. The Impact of Online Learning on Social Skills: Empirical Findings from Online Music Lessons during the COVID-19 Pandemic
(Tiija Rinta – International Music Education Research Centre, Institute of Education University College London, UK)

Chapter 5. Remote Training of Social Skills for Middle School Teachers
(Adriana Benevides Soares, Almir D. Brito, Humberto Passeri Medeiros, Zeimara de Almeida Santos, Jaqueline C. A. da Hora Santos, Hayumy Lima Rocha and Vinícius Soares Alves Mendes – Graduate Program in Psychology, Salgado de Oliveira University, Niterói, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 6. Positive Development through Sport: Effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic and Future Challenges
(Tatiana Cristina Henrique Vieira, Bartira Pereira Palma, Maynara Priscila Pereira da Silva, Amanda Rizzieri Romano and Evandro Morais Peixoto – Center for Studies and Research in Sport and Exercise Psychology “NuEPPEE”, São Francisco University, Campinas, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 7. The Relationship between the Impact of COVID-19 and the Social Skills of Caregivers of Dependent Older Adults
(Francine Nathalie Ferraresi Rodrigues Queluz, Ligia de Santis, Luziane de Fátima Kirchner, Joyce Aguiar and Marcelo Henrique Oliveira Henklain – Adventist University of São Paulo, Hortolândia, Brazil, et al.)

About the Editors

List of Contributors

Index

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