Editura Universitara New directions and perspectives of scientific research in atypical contexts

Publisher: Editura Universitara

Author: Marius Milcu, Adrian Brate, Alin Sumedrea

ISBN: 978-606-28-1217-1

DOI: 10.5682/9786062812171

Publisher year: 2020

Edition: I

Pages: 238

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We live, it seems, a much more complicated life than we imagined, just a short time ago. A life in which certainties have dwindled dramatically, in which we are heading towards unknown, uncertain horizons, not exactly bringing peace.
Professions that seemed definitively established have diluted and tend to disappear, entire fields of activity have been disturbed and become extremely confusing, the communities in which we live are dispersing, day by day, so that our world, as we knew it For a long time, it was replaced, quickly and brutally, by a reality in which we move with great difficulty and which requires us, in order to survive, the best resources at our disposal.
Will our adaptive abilities be strong enough? Will our flexibility (mental and behavioral) allow us to move easily to the new post-pandemic reality? What exactly will the latter look like? What will be our place in tomorrow's world?
Here are just a few questions to which, in some places, the authors' efforts try to provide answers.


Marius Milcu, Adrian Brate, Alin Sumedrea
Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Center for Psychological Research
Association for Qualitative and Intercultural Studies in Psychology Sibiu
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MARIUS MILCU 
ADRIAN BRATE 
ALIN SUMEDREA

 

Introduction / 9

ORGANIZATIONAL AND MANAGERIAL PSYCHOLOGY / 11

Chapter I. The dark side of organizations. Representations, informal values, myths and organizational beliefs (Marius Milcu) / 13

JUDICIAL AND CRIMINAL PSYCHOLOGY / 33

Chapter II. Analysis of the efficiency of a psychological intervention program, regarding the increase of the adaptability of young detainees to the penitentiary environment (Maria Elena Gruita) / 35

CLINICAL AND HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY / 55

Chapter III. Assessment of sexuality in sexual aggressors and in the normal population: Sexual Phantom Assessment Questionnaire (CEFS), Rape Sign Test (TSV), Rape Metaphor Test (TMV), Sexual Preferences Assessment Questionnaire (CEPS) (Alin Les ) / 57

Chapter IV. Body dysmorphic disorder in young adults and coping strategies (Teodora Milcu) / 73

Chapter V. The role of self-esteem and vocational interests in managing the risk of victimization for human trafficking from the placement center. Gentle Teaching Method (Anca Elena Fulea, Adrian Tudor Brate) / 79

DEVELOPMENT OF NEW RESEARCH METHODS / INTERVENTION / 97

Chapter VI. Initial study of transculturation and validation on the Romanian population of the “Narcissistic Personality Inventory” (Anamaria Catana, Eleonora Isabela Ciuca) / 99

Chapter VII. „The Inventory of Parent And Peer Attachment” - adaptation on Romanian population (Anamaria Catana, Ioana Gherghel) / 115

Chapter VIII. Transculture and validation study on the Romanian population of the “Self Efficacy Questionnaire for Children” (Anamaria Catana, Dumitru Dobrin) / 137

EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHOPEDAGOGY / 153

Chapter IX. Correlations of work capacity with big five personality traits and occupational stressors in college workers (Dorin Gheorghe Triff, Zorica Triff, Musata Bocos) / 155

Chapter X. Professional exhaustion in special education and mainstream education (Maria Marinela Comaneanu) / 173

Chapter XI. The relationship between professional stress and self-esteem in teachers (Teodora Milcu) / 195

We live, it seems, a much more complicated life than we imagined, just a short time ago. A life in which certainties have dwindled dramatically, in which we are heading towards unknown, uncertain horizons, not exactly bringing peace.
Professions that seemed definitively established have diluted and tend to disappear, entire fields of activity have been disturbed and become extremely confusing, the communities in which we live are dispersing, day by day, so that our world, as we knew it For a long time, it was replaced, quickly and brutally, by a reality in which we move with great difficulty and which requires us, in order to survive, the best resources at our disposal.
Will our adaptive abilities be strong enough? Will our flexibility (mental and behavioral) allow us to move easily to the new post-pandemic reality? What exactly will the latter look like? What will be our place in tomorrow's world?
Here are just a few questions to which, in some places, the authors' efforts try to provide answers.


Marius Milcu, Adrian Brate, Alin Sumedrea
Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu, Center for Psychological Research
Association for Qualitative and Intercultural Studies in Psychology Sibiu

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