2013 – Volume 22, Issue no. 2
Mihaela Boza, Roxana Ababei
The aim of the present research is to study the effects of emotions on children’s ability to distinguish between reality and fantasy. We studied the ability to differentiate real and fantastic events presented in images depicting a happy…
Cristian Dan Opariuc, Ticu Constantin
This study reports on the adaptation of a personality inventory for the item response models by investigating its structure in order to identify unidimensionality and local independence.
Nicoleta Mihaela Cramaruc
Since 2010 the interest in workplace mobbing has been increasing in Romania too. The Negative Acts Questionnaire is one of the most frequently used questionnaires for assessing these issues. The purpose of this study was to develop a Romanian version of the NAQ.
Mihaela Gherman, Daniela Muntele Hendreş, Laura Arhiri
This paper is comprised of four studies that aim to offer empirical support to Freudian and Lacanian theories on addictions on samples of female nicotine addicts. The two authors argue (as summarized by Loose in 2002) that the individuals who…
Ștefan Sergiu Varga, Ion Dafinoiu, Andrei Rusu, Cristina Bredicean
There is a lack of research regarding the link between anxiety and dissociation, on one hand, and pain perception on the other. The existing studies show conflicting results, thus the objective of the present paper is to elucidate the aforementioned relations.
Maria Nicoleta Turliuc, Elena Laura Scutaru
Infidelity is the sign of a crisis in a relationship. The triangular theory of love (Sternberg, 1986), the interpersonal exchange model of sexual satisfaction or the Big Five model can be useful for understanding the dynamics of a couple’s relationship.
Elena Adumitroaie, Ion Dafinoiu
Teachers have formed expectations regarding the future academic performances of their students ever since the first days of school. These expectations shape a teacher’s and students’ behaviours and mark the level of acquisition of the students.