Journal of Psychological and Educational Research

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 1, May

Causal Relation of Academic Misconduct Behavior of Students in Thai Education Institutions
IntroductionAcademic misconduct of students in education institutions can be perceived as one crucial threat to academic integrity. Though students are fully aware that it is an unacceptable behavior, academic dishonesty is still widely practiced at...
Gender Differences in the Manifestation of Risky Forms of Adolescents' Behavior on the Internet
University of Zagreb, Faculty ofTeacher Education, CroatiaIntroductionHighly developed technology, rapid flow of information and global mobility are just some of the characteristics of the times we live in today. New technologies are a part of everyday...
I Can Teach Them: The Ability of Robot Instructors to Cognitive Disabled Children
Eunil ParkKorea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT), Goyang, Republic of KoreaSang Jib KwonDongguk University, Gyeongju, Republic of KoreaIntroductionAs social robots continue to be developed, their adaption for educational...
Interpersonal Intelligence in Enhancing Oral Presentation Proficiency for the Indonesian Students: Multiple Intelligence Approach in Education Field
IntroductionIn Indonesian education field specifically in foreign teaching learning, a student must master some competences, one of them is oral presentation. Academic presentation is difficult for the students specifically to those who do not have sufficient...
Mediating Role Examination of Self-Esteem on Career Decisiveness and Career Commitment; an Empirical Investigation on Thai Young Adults
IntroductionThe self esteem plays very important role in shaping the thought process and respective aspirations of one's professional career and personal lives. The level of self-esteem low, high or medium affects the one's life (Mcleod, 2012). People...
Predicting Resilience after Cyberbully Victimization among High School Students
IntroductionRecently, research has increasingly focused on bullying and its recurring presence in schools and the workplace. One aspect of this research has explored the effects bullying has on the adolescent population. In 2009, 19.9% of students reported...
Study Harder? the Relationship of Achievement Goals to Attitudes and Self-Reported Use of Desirable Difficulties in Self-Regulated Learning
IntroductionA subject of high interest in current research on learning and memory is desirable difficulties (Bjork, 1994) because they have the potential to improve both classroom teaching and personal studying alike (Bjork & Bjork, 2011; Bjork &...
The Prediction of the Five Factor Personality Dimensions of Turkish Late Adolescents through the Family's Influence on Career Development
IntroductionThe career development of adolescents is a very important process, which determines how they will spend their lives, and shapes most other aspects of their futures. An evaluation of career development theories reveals that the processes leading...
The Relationship between Perceived Parental Acceptance-Rejection, Personality and Behavioral Dispositions, and Executive Function in a Turkish Primary School Sample
IntroductionParental involvement and affection is a major factor in the emotional and social development of the child, which in turn affects the psychological self-assessment of the child. In relation to child development, it is important that children...
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