QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF COPING STRATEGIES IN PUPILS, Florina Ancuța DUMINICĂ, Marcela POPESCU

Abstract This is a exploratory study of an intervention programme for 3-rd and 4-th grades pupils. It offers to pupils the posibility of defining the coping strategies, the stressful situations for them and also those strategies used in school. There were also investigated the teachers and parents’ point of view concerning the intervention programmes for Read More …

POTENTIAL EFFECTS OF TEACHER ASSESSMENT BIAS IN SCHOOLS, Cristina TRIPON

Abstract Subjectivism in evaluation is the negative phenomenon that violates ethical and sociological norms, it can reverse values, placing low-performance students above high-performance ones, thus enveloping some of them. Subjectivity can lead to demobilization, psychic traumas for the inmates, misinforming of society. Once teachers categorize a student, they tend to use that “student category” as Read More …

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-DIFFERENTATION IN FAMILY-OF-ORIGIN AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AMONG ROMANIAN ADOLESCENTS: A CORRELATIONAL STUDY, Constantin NECHIFOR, Anișoara SANDOVICI, Viorel ROBU

Abstract Differentiation of self through experiences in the family-of-origin is a consistent predictor of adolescents’ psychological and social adjustment to developmental tasks. The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationship between the level of self-differentiation through the relational and emotional experiences that adolescents live in their families and the indicators of subjective well-being. Read More …