2010 – Volume 19, Issue no. 1
Ticu Constantin, Alexandra Elena Macarie, Alexandra Gheorghiu, Mihai Cătălin Potlog, Mădălina Iliescu
Following a concise description of the well-known Five Factor psychological model and an explanation relating to why this model is important and useful for projects that aim at evaluating human personalities…
Ruxandra Loredana Gherasim, Iulia Prună, Cornelia Amariei
The aim of this present study is to assess the impact of victim type and offender‘s characteristics on the personality evaluation and punishment given to the offender.
Grigore Havârneanu, Andreea Goliţă
Perverse norms are believed to be an important factor leading to deviance in traffic (Fernández-Dols & Oceja, 1994; Pérez, et al., 1998; Pérez et al., 2002). From a particular social perspective, norm violation originates in the general perception of norms being irrational or…
Corneliu Havârneanu, Alexandra Gheorghiu
This present study investigates the differences regarding the manifested behavior, degree of guilt and risk implied by aberrant behaviors and sanctions that should be applied for them in function of age and gender.
Mihai Curelaru, Mioara Cristea, Versavia Curelaru
There are few published articles analyzing the school dropout and offering a broad imagine of the phenomenon. Most of these studies are focused on testing concrete programs of intervention or on meta-analyzing the efficiency of several programs applied to…
After a brief presentation of the diagnosis criteria for eating disorders – anorexia (AN) and bulimia nervosa (BN)- , the author has analysed the main psychological explanations as well as the results of recent research on certain personality traits of…
Andreea Roxana Iordache, Daniela Victoria Zaharia
Following the differential tradition in the study of emotions, we were interested in exploring the differences between joy and pride as perceived by students. As a first objective of this study, we aimed at developing a scenario-based instrument that differentiates between pride and joy.