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  1. The original Family Resilience Scale (FRS) is a reliable tool to assess family resilience. However, the FRS is based on the United States and parental context. Thus, the usefulness of the FRS for the adolescen...

    Authors: Hazalizah Hamzah, Chee-Seng Tan, Fatanah Ramlee and Syara Shazanna Zulkifli
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:392
  2. As social networking sites (SNSs) with diverse functions gradually become an important social place for modern people, openness, as a personality trait that represents the willingness to consider diverse thing...

    Authors: Jian Gong, Ye Li, Bingyu Niu, Xiaofei Liu, Yuyan Wang, Bingping Zhou and Man Hai
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:391
  3. Chinese/Mandarin language instruction to undergraduate students from non-Chinese speaking countries has become a topic of increasing interest, driven by China’s influential role in global political and economi...

    Authors: Lei Pan, Dan Sun, Yumei Zou, Yi Cao, Jingxian Zhang and Fangfang Li
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:390
  4. mHealth is a public health practice that exploits the use of mobile devices, including smartphone applications. We will describe an uncontrolled pre-test post-test open pilot study concerning the feasibility e...

    Authors: Pasquale Caponnetto, Mirko Casu, David Crane, Louise Ross, Maria Catena Quattropani and Riccardo Polosa
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:387
  5. Better abilities in emotional intelligence (EI) have been linked to a decreased tendency to engage in health-related risk behaviour. However, the processes underlying this relationship are still unclear. The a...

    Authors: Alberto Megías-Robles, María T. Sánchez-López, Raquel Gómez-Leal, Rosario Cabello, María José Gutiérrez-Cobo and Pablo Fernández-Berrocal
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:386
  6. The study explores the associations among Relationship Maintenance, Satisfaction, Jealousy, and Violence in young Peruvian couples, particularly in a post-pandemic context, using a network analysis.

    Authors: José Ventura-León, Cristopher Lino-Cruz, Tomas Caycho-Rodríguez and Christian Córdova-Robles
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:385
  7. The Weinstein Noise Sensitivity Scale (NSS) is widely recognized as a prominent unidimensional self-reported questionnaire to measure noise sensitivity, which is regarded as the foremost subjective factor mode...

    Authors: Noad Maria Azzi, Vanessa Azzi, Rabih Hallit, Diana Malaeb, Mariam Dabbous, Fouad Sakr, Feten Fekih-Romdhane, Sahar Obeid and Souheil Hallit
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:384
  8. The use of social media became a daily activity for many individuals, with recreational, informational, and social purposes, to name a few. However, for some subjects, the use of these platforms may become pro...

    Authors: Eleonora Topino, Alessio Gori, María Verónica Jimeno, Beatriz Ortega and Marco Cacioppo
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:383
  9. Adolescent aggression has long been of interest to researchers. However, few studies have examined the influencing factors and mechanisms of aggression among violent juvenile offenders. This study tests a mode...

    Authors: Yuandong Gong, Qingtian Li, Jiazheng Li, Xinning Wang, Wenning Jiang and Weiguo Zhao
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:382
  10. Globally 1 in 7 people experience some type of disability. In Latin America, as in other regions, there are programs focused on the protection of sexual and reproductive rights of this population group. Howeve...

    Authors: Gema Sologuren-García, Carmen L. Linares, Jackeline R. Flores, Katty Mendoza-Mamani, Rinna M. Pilco, Gloria Escobar-Bermejo, Soledad Sotelo-Gonzales and Guicela Palza-Portugal
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:380
  11. Sympathy-seeking negative online self-disclosure, or “sadfishing,” has proliferated in social media. This study investigates sadfishing by developing and validating a brief self-report questionnaire of the con...

    Authors: Reza Shabahang, Hyejin Shim, Mara S. Aruguete and Ágnes Zsila
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:378
  12. Social Axioms are generalized beliefs and broad assumptions about the world, guiding behaviors across various social situations. Social Axioms are usually assessed by Social Axioms Survey II (SAS II). Neverthe...

    Authors: Kwok Kit Tong, Juliet Honglei Chen and Mu He
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:377

    The Publisher Correction to this article has been published in BMC Psychology 2023 11:429

  13. Retirement from elite sport represents a major life transition for athletes and requires them to redefine their central life projects, identities, and perhaps even sources of meaning in life. Although an exten...

    Authors: Noora J. Ronkainen, Michael J. Schmid, Helena Hlasová, Merlin Örencik, Jürg Schmid and Achim Conzelmann
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:376
  14. This study investigates the intricate relationship between exposure to information sources, trust in these sources, conspiracy and misinformation beliefs, and COVID-19 anxiety among 509 Omani citizens aged 11 ...

    Authors: Mustafa Ali Khalaf and Ahmed Maher Shehata
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:375
  15. Authors: Sarah Helene Aarestad, Eilin Kristine Erevik, Otto Robert Frans Smith, Mark D. Griffiths, Tony Mathias Leino, Rune Aune Mentzoni and Ståle Pallesen
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:372

    The original article was published in BMC Psychology 2023 11:355

  16. Water pipe smoking by women threatens their health. Therefore, it is necessary to take measures to reduce this unhealthy behavior. This study aimed to determine the effect of happiness-based education on women...

    Authors: Samira Dehkami, Khatereh Rostami and Zahra Khademian
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:371
  17. Mental health is highly correlated with a person’s social and economic circumstances, and the recent COVID-19 pandemic made this connection uniquely visible. Yet a discourse of personal responsibility for ment...

    Authors: Grace Horwood, Martha Augoustinos and Clemence Due
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:370
  18. The benefits of physical activity are well-known to prevent multiple long-term health conditions. Physical appearance and weight-related stigma may influence individuals’ decision to engage in physical activit...

    Authors: Chia-Wei Fan, Yen-Ling Chang, Po-Ching Huang, Xavier C. C. Fung, Ji-Kang Chen, Nadia Bevan, Kerry S. O’Brien, Ya-Chin Yeh, Hsin-Pao Chen, I-Hua Chen, I-Ching Lin, Mark D. Griffiths and Chung-Ying Lin
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:369

    The Correction to this article has been published in BMC Psychology 2023 11:419

  19. Around one in ten women will have a miscarriage in their lifetime. Miscarriage is often considered a trivial event by caregivers, but it is associated with a high burden of psychological morbidity, especially ...

    Authors: Coralie Barbe, Marie Boiteux-Chabrier, Emilie Charillon, Leïla Bouazzi, Chloe Maheas, Fadela Merabet, Olivier Graesslin, Julie Auer, Sabrina Hammami, Anne-Catherine Rolland and Aline Hurtaud
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:368
  20. To evaluate the presence of psychological distress (PD) and its association with the mental health and coping styles of pregnant women living with HIV (PWLWH).

    Authors: María del Pilar Meza-Rodríguez, Blanca Farfan-Labonne, Miroslava Avila-García, Ricardo Figueroa-Damian, Noemí Plazola-Camacho, Gabriela Pellón-Díaz, Braulio Alfonso Ríos-Flores, Efraín Olivas-Peña, Phillipe Leff-Gelman and Ignacio Camacho-Arroyo
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:366
  21. Weight stigma is an issue often studied in Western countries; however, such information is scarce in Asian studies.

    Authors: Yi-Ching Lin, Chung-Ying Lin, Mohsen Saffari, Meng-Che Tsai, Yun-Hsuan Chang, Carol Strong, Ji-Kang Chen, Yi-Ping Hsieh, Yung-Ning Yang and Janet D. Latner
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:365
  22. The Absorption-addiction model suggests that people worship celebrities to compensate for some personal or social defects, so poor mental state is related to celebrity worship. The current study aimed to explo...

    Authors: Rong Jia, Qing Yang, Bo Liu, Han Song and Zhengjun Wang
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:364
  23. The physical demands of caring for children and adolescents diagnosed with cancer, over a lengthy period, exert significant strain on the health and well-being of family caregivers. The capacity of family care...

    Authors: Adwoa Bemah Boamah Mensah, Humaima Nunoo, Kofi Boamah Mensah, Joshua Okyere, Veronica Millicent Dzomeku, Felix Apiribu, Comfort Asoogo and Joe-Nat Clegg-Lamptey
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:361
  24. When a couple experiences emotional divorce, it can lead to boredom, a decrease in their connection, feelings of sadness and despair, and reduced reliance on one another. These consequences can have a lasting ...

    Authors: Zahra Sadeghzadeh, Robabeh Ghodssi-ghassemabad, Mostafa Hamdieh, Samirasadat Shariatpanahi, Faeze Babazadeh, Mitra Abdoli and Keshvar Samadaee Gelehkolaee
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:360
  25. This study aimed to evaluate the correlation between parental attachment, resilience, postpartum traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and maternal-infant bonding at 1 to 3 months postpartum. The mediation effect ...

    Authors: Rong Nie, Mengxia Pan and Xinwen Liu
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:359
  26. Much research has been conducted on the association between social networks use disorder tendencies (SNUD; i.e. problematic social media use) and well-being. In more detail, a meta-analysis and further researc...

    Authors: Christian Montag, Marko Müller, Halley M. Pontes and Jon D. Elhai
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:358

    The Correction to this article has been published in BMC Psychology 2023 11:381

  27. Breadcrumbing, defined as the act of sending out flirtatious, but non-committal text messages to lure a sexual/romantic partner without expending much effort, has gained attention in popular culture and the me...

    Authors: Vivek Khattar, Nuria Huete and Raúl Navarro
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:356
  28. The study investigated ethnicity as a risk factor for gambling disorder (GD), controlling for demographics, citizenship, and years of residency in Norway.

    Authors: Sarah Helene Aarestad, Eilin Kristine Erevik, Otto Robert Frans Smith, Mark D. Griffiths, Tony Mathias Leino, Rune Aune Mentzoni and Ståle Pallesen
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:355

    The Correction to this article has been published in BMC Psychology 2023 11:372

  29. With the emergence of the gig economy as a new economic form, the influence of algorithmic technology control on gig workers’ perceptions and engagement has become a topic of academic concern. This study explo...

    Authors: Jiao Jiao Lang, Li Feng Yang, Chen Cheng, Xiang Yang Cheng and Fei Yu Chen
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:354
  30. The 5th revision of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) construes PTSD symptoms into 4 clusters (intrusion, avoidance, negative alterations in cognitions and mood, alterations in ...

    Authors: Imelu G. Mordeno and Jelli Grace C. Luzano
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:353
  31. Based on the control-value theory of achievement emotion and self-determination motivation theory, this study attempted to examine the multi-chain mediating relationships among online class-related enjoyment, ...

    Authors: Youlai Zeng, Wenting Zhang, Jiaxin Wei and Wen Zhang
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:349
  32. Information on understanding the mediating role of resilience in the relationship between posttraumatic growth (PTG) and positive and negative stress among students is limited. The objective of this research w...

    Authors: Antonio Serpa-Barrientos, María Luisa Matalinares Calvet, Ana Gloria Díaz Acosta, Ana Cecilia Pareja Fernández, Luisa Hortensia Rivas Díaz, Flor María Ayala Albites and Jacksaint Saintila
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:348
  33. Online learning presents unique challenges for students, such as reduced social support and increased distractions. Understanding the psychological factors that contribute to educational attainment in online c...

    Authors: Yun Sun and Long Liu
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:347
  34. With the slowdown of economic growth and the increasing pressure of employment competition worldwide during the normalized epidemic prevention and control, the job-hunting intention and behavior of college gra...

    Authors: Jianchao Ni, Jiawen Zhang, Yumei Wang, Dongchen Li and Chunmei Chen
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:246
  35. Caregivers play a vital role in the recovery of scoliosis patients, but limited studies evaluate the caregivers’ HRQoL and burden in health care. This study aimed to explore the health-related quality of life ...

    Authors: Zhao Shi, Zhuxin Mao, Shiwen Xue, Gang Chen and Shunping Li
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:346
  36. Employees’ withdrawal behavior concerns organization leaders and policymakers in many countries. However, the specific mechanism which emotional labor affects withdrawal behavior has yet to be thoroughly discu...

    Authors: Peng Peng and Xintian Li
    Citation: BMC Psychology 2023 11:342

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