Journal of Behavioural Sciences

Articles from Vol. 26, No. 2, 2016

Are Siblings Different as 'Day and Night'? Parents' Perceptions of Nature vs. Nurture
Parent child relationship has been explored involving a variety of dimensions. There is considerable research, analysing the meaning of parents' perceptions of child characteristics, particularly in the area of temperament. This study aimed to qualitatively...
Mediating Role of Work Exhaustion: The Missing Linchpin to Address Employee's Turnover
Pakistani scholars have been exploring the areas of organizational behavior, industrial psychology and human resource management, mostly in banking and telecommunication sector (Saleem & Khurshid, 2014). Nevertheless poor quality of service in public...
Mental Health Issues in Young Adults of Pakistan: The Relationship of Narcissism and Self-Esteem with Aggression
Narcissism is defined as the cognitive-affective preoccupation with the self (Westen, 1990). The concept of narcissism relate to "narcissus", the fabulous character that fell in love with his own reflection. Narcissism is seen as a personality trait...
Moderating Effects of Dietary Restraint and Self-Compassion in an Expressive Writing Intervention in Southeast Asian Population
Body dissatisfaction is prevalent among women in both Western and Asian societies and there are a host of studies (Anderson, Reilly, Gorrell, & Anderson, 2016; Bell, Donovan, & Ramme, 2016; Cano, Fernandez, Saenz, Moreno, & Leal, 2016) that...
Motivation and Compensation as Predictors of Employees' Retention: Evidence from Public Sector Oil and Gas Selling Organizations
Employees' retention has always been one of the major challenges being faced by almost every organization across the globe (Sinha & Sinha, 2012). The problem tends to snowball on the face of fluctuating economic trends besides ever evolving human...
Perceived Organizational Politics, Organizational Citizenship Behavior and Job Attitudes among University Teachers
Universities have always been conceived as vital units contributing in various sectors of development and growth, through intellectual input. Teaching faculty is most important force assumed to contribute in span of knowledge that is substantial for...
Perceived Parental Rejection and Psychosocial Maladjustment: A Study of Convicts
Parental acceptance-rejection plays primary and most influential role in determining children's behavior over life span (Khaleque & Rohner, 2012). Effective personality and psychological development of children is possible only when there is a positive...
Protective Factors, Drug Use and Depression in Young Drug Users
Drug addiction has become a worldwide problem and there are millions of addicts in every developed and under-developed country in the world (Hussain, 2012). In Pakistan, drug addiction has become a major health issue (Ali, Bushra, & Aslam, 2009)....
The Additive Effects of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus on Neurobehavioral Functioning of Patients Diagnosed with Myocardial Infarction
The neurobehavioral sequel of cardiovascular conditions is well-documented and can have a devastating impact on individuals' quality of life. The growing interest in the field of neurobehavior has led investigators and researchers to examine neurobehavioral...
Workplace Affect as Mediator between Emotional Intelligence and Job Satisfaction among Customer Service Representatives
Job satisfaction is considered as the foremost factor in the field of organizational behavior that may have an essential impact on quality of occupational life and efficiency of personnel (Hazrati, Zabihi, & Mehdizadeh, 2013). On the other hand,...
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