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Economic Freedom and Eudaimonic Well-Being: Exploring the Socio-Economic Paths to Psychological Functioning
It is well established that economic freedom promotes economic development and social progress. However, economic freedom can also promote income inequality that can stifle economic mobility and harm citizens. While previous ...
The Presence of Automaticity in the Performance Evaluations of Auditors
Automaticity is “the control of one's internal psychological processes by external stimuli and events in one's immediate environment, often without knowledge or awareness of such control” (Bargh and Williams, 2006). ...
Meta-Analysis of Psychotherapy and Alternative Treatments for Combat-Related
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a psychological disorder that can affect returning combat soldiers as they try to reintegrate into civilian life. Recent conservative estimates indicate that 25% of veterans returning ...
Effects of the Training and Education of M.Div. Students on the Identification and Treatment of Individuals with Serious Mental Illness
This paper assessed accredited M.Div. seminary programs in the United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico on the presence and strength of counseling course requirements and courses discussing mental illness. The researcher ...
How Coping Styles Impact Emotional Eating in College Students
The college experience for the typical American student has two major components: stress and eating, which tend to work in tandem. However, despite the prevalence and impact of this relationship, relatively few studies ...
Relationship Between Gratitude and Quality of Life in Adolescents
Gratitude has been identified as an important dispositional trait which can impact multiple aspects of life. However, there has been an absence of research examining the associations between gratitude and quality of life ...