Pakistan Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology

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Vol. 17, No. 2, 2019

Mediating Role of Flow and Study Engagement between Academic Psychological Capital and Perceived Academic Stress among University Students
Psychological capital (PsyCap) is marked by the strengths and positive traits of individuals. PsyCap helps in the increased level of performance (Luthans, Luthans & Luthans, 2004). It is said that PsyCap leads towards intrinsic motivation and it...
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A Qualitative Exploration of Educational Experiences of Pakistani Students at Dutch Universities
In recent years, the number of Pakistani students pursuing higher studies abroad has significantly increased( UNESCO 2019). The number of students worldwide enrolled in foreign universities was nearly two million at the end of the 20th Century, and it...
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Development and Validation of Scale for Neuro-Psychological and Physiological Side Effects of Interferon Therapy (NPPSI) in HCV Patients
When Hepatitis C virus was isolated in 1989 (Kuo et al., 1989), it was considered less important infection (Alter et al., 1990). Now almost 40 years later, HCV is among the leading global health issues that require widespread actions for its prevention...
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Social, Cultural and Institutional Barriers to Female Labour Force Participation
Women make up half of the world's human capital, but their participation in economic activities is far below their male counterparts. Patterns, trends, and evidence show that female labour force participation (FLFP) in economic activities varies across...
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Biopsychosocial Determinants of Quality of Life among Elderly in Pakistan
Successful aging has been of great interest for geriatric care and health. The questions concerning human wellbeing especially, for the elderly are being debated among social scientists (Cise, Cise, Lindquist, & Cameron, 2018), and research has shown...
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Development and Validation of Altruism Scale for Youth
Bar-Tal (1986) defined altruistic behavior as "a motivational aspect which should benefit other people. It is absolutely voluntary, deliberate and happens without any expectation for external rewards and benefits and is a goal in itself" (p. 30). Altruism...
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Female University Teachers Burnout and Its Association with Their Demographic Variables
Burnout is a psychological observable fact which results in an individual following prolonged exposure to different situations or conditions. It is caused due to conflicts, heavy work load and low acknowledgement and emotional rewards at work place (Gil-Monte,...
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Psychometric Properties of the Urdu Version of Almost Perfect Scale-R
Perfectionism is considered to be a relatively common phenomenon. Nobody is keen to make mistakes and expose their flaws and shortcomings to others. This human tendency to strive for perfection is further strengthened by the societal expectation to fix...
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Moderating Role of Dispositional Traits on Work-Family Interface (WFI) and Marital Adjustment among Pakistani Employees
The phenomenon of Work Family Interface (WFI) has gained attention in collectivist cultures and developing economies in the first decade of this century (Aycan, 2005). Pakistan is a collectivist developing country with an emerging economy. The institution...
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Vol. 13, No. 1, 2015

Well- Being after Natural Disasters; Rising from the Ruins
The extensive and enduring effect of natural disasters is apparent on the psychological and physical health of survivors (Galea, Nandi &Vlahov, 2005; Hull, Alexander, &Klein, 2002; Morgan, Scourfield & Williams, 2003).Natural disasters are...
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