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Higher Education Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 60)
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J. of Sustainable Development     Open Access   (Followers: 24)
Mechanical Engineering Research     Open Access   (Followers: 19)
Modern Applied Science     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
Network and Communication Technologies     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
Review of European Studies     Open Access   (Followers: 11)
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International Journal of Psychological Studies
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ISSN (Print) 1918-7211 - ISSN (Online) 1918-722X
Published by CCSE Homepage  [41 journals]
  • Reviewer Acknowledgements for International Journal of Psychological
           Studies, Vol. 11, No. 3

    • PubDate: Sat, 31 Aug 2019 01:25:48 +000
  • An Evaluation of Common Method Variance-Bias in Psychology

    • Abstract: This study demonstrated a novel procedure for assessing the significance of common method bias (CMB) using SEM. It appears that CMB has a marked effect on the reliability of the measurement models. A new procedure using covariate-based reliability was proposed for assessing the effects of CMB on the reliability of a model. Further SEM analysis using marker variable procedure supports the presence of CMB in this study. This seems to be an interesting area to be explored in further research.
      PubDate: Fri, 30 Aug 2019 09:32:40 +000
  • Working on Stories to Enhance Career Decision Makings Self-Efficacy

    • Abstract: This article considers the potential complementarity of traditional career assessment and more recent narrative approaches -in particular narrative career counseling and story telling approach- to career counseling in terms of theory and practice. It describes an Integrated Qualitative Structured Interview to construct stories about the four sources of career decision making self-efficacy information: mastery experiences, vicarious learning, social persuasion and emotions regulations techniques. The model facilitates and enables narrative exploration to supplement clients’ knowledge and understanding of the role of past and present influences concerning career decision making self-efficacy. The Narrative career counselling and the story telling approach and Social Cognitive Career Theory are the foundation of the qualitative structured interview based on story crafting questions.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Aug 2019 08:41:47 +000
  • The Predictability of Synchronicity Experience: Results from a Survey of
           Jungian Analysts

    • Abstract: Fibonacci time patterns may predict future synchronistic events (SEs) by forecasting nonlinear dynamical interactions. This study examined if there were differences between observed distributions of Fibonacci time patterns matching SEs compared to expected distributions based on chance. An online survey link was e-mailed to a random sample of Jungian analysts drawn from membership lists of the International Association for Analytical Psychology (IAAP). Two experiments tested the hypothesis that Fibonacci algorithms would predict increased synchronicity matches compared to chance. The two Fibonacci algorithms studied were a golden section model (GSM) and harmonic model (HM). Participants reported a total of 41 synchronicities. Statistical analysis showed a significant difference (p < .001) between observed and expected frequencies of matches based on chance for the HM algorithm, and no significant difference in matches predicted by the GSM algorithm. Synchronicity dynamics were found to exhibit a horizon of predictability between ±34 and ±89 days. The article discusses, among other issues, what these findings might mean for theoretical explanations of synchronicity and clinical practice.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Aug 2019 08:06:37 +000
  • An Evaluation of the Prevalence of Substance Abuse among Students of
           Higher Education Institutions in Benue State, North- Central Nigeria:
           Implications for Counseling

    • Abstract: The Investigation was directed towards the prevalence of substance abuse among students of higher education institutions, Benue State North – Central Nigeria. In order to undertake the research, one research question and one hypothesis were formulated to guide the study. The researcher made use of “Prevalence of Substance Abuse among Students Questionnaire” (POSAASQ) to obtain information for the research. The instrument was made up of twenty items. Students responded to substances abused by ticking always (A) 4 points, often (0) 3 points, sometimes (S) 2 points and never (N), 1 point. The reliability coefficient of the instrument was 0.89 while it had content validity and language appropriateness. Six research Assistants were used by the researcher to administer copies of the instrument on the respondents in colleges of education, polytechnics and universities. The mean and standard deviation were used to analyse the data, items 1 – 20. The One – Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) was used to test the hypothesis. One of the findings revealed that, there is prevalence of substance abuse among students in colleges of education, polytechnics and universities. Another finding showed that, there is significant difference among students in colleges of education, polytechnics and universities in the prevalence of substance abuse. Some of the recommendations include; the government should formulate laws to guide the consumption of different substances in Nigeria so as to prevent abuse, Authorities of Higher Education Institutions should sensitize students on the dangers of substance abuse through the use of posters and handbills.
      PubDate: Fri, 23 Aug 2019 07:52:33 +000
  • Social Media and Loneliness

    • Abstract: Particularly to the younger Millennials and Generation Z, it appears as if social networking sites (SNS) is coming to the point of replacing normal social interactions and removing much of the personal aspects out of socialization. With the Internet literally being able to move at the speed of light, face-to-face interactions appear to be slowly in decline. As a highly social species, humans require interaction to maintain a healthy psychological state. This research has been conducted to analyze the level of loneliness and the level of SNS use with the intent of reinvestigating previous research on the correlations of SNS and loneliness with a more diverse demographic sample. In addition, this study has been designed to see if high usage of specific platforms has an increased likelihood to be related with loneliness. This research has been conducted by means of an anonymous survey of college students at a university in the Pacific to determine the amount of time spent on SNS, activities conducted while utilizing SNS, the priorities placed, and other information in regards to SNS usage. Inquiry was also conducted in analyzing how interpersonal relationships are related to or affected by SNS. This has been combined with the revised UCLA loneliness scale to determine if there is a correlation between SNS use, specific platform use, and loneliness. While previous similar studies have been conducted, the two primary differences are the diversity in the demographics available to be surveyed and the attempt at identifying if a specific platform is more likely to be related with loneliness.
      PubDate: Sat, 13 Jul 2019 11:52:49 +000
  • A Detailed Neuroscientific Framework for the Multiple Intelligences:
           Describing the Neural Components for Specific Skill Units within Each

    • Abstract: The concept of intelligence has been debated since introduction of IQ tests in the early 1900s. Numerous alternatives to unitary intelligence have achieved limited acceptance and IQ remains the predominant theoretical basis for schooling. Multiple intelligences theory (Gardner, 1983), despite criticism it lacks experimental validity, has had sustained interest by educators worldwide as a means of personalizing instruction and curriculum. The neuroscientific evidence for the intelligences has not been updated since 1983. This investigation reviewed 417 neuroscientific studies examining neural correlates for skill units within seven intelligences. Neural activation patterns demonstrate each skill unit has its own unique neural underpinnings as well as neural features shared with other skill units within its designated intelligence. These patterns of commonality and uniqueness provide richly detailed neural architectures in support of MI theory as a scientific model of human intelligence. This conclusion is supported by four previous studies revealing extensive neural evidence that MI theory distinguishes among ability groups and several cognitive qualities (Shearer and Karanian, 2017). The emerging field of educational cognitive neuroscience strives to bridge the gap between laboratory findings and classroom instruction. MI theory aligns with advances in understanding how the mind and brain interact providing a practical interface between the art of teaching and neuroscience. A neuroscientific model of the multiple intelligences brings us closer to the goal of personalizing education by understanding the unique neuro-cognitive profiles of all students. These findings, coupled with advanced technologies, point the way forward to bring MI-inspired education to all students.
      PubDate: Wed, 19 Jun 2019 04:54:40 +000
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