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Barriers and facilitators to conducting research by early career psychiatrists: a literature review

for a systematic assessment in different European countries to investigate research activity, training in research methods and funding options. This would help targeting the most important factors that prevent ECPs in Europe from engaging in research activities. Moreover, insights into specific strengths and weaknesses of psychiatry as a research discipline might provide a key for interventions on a global as well as on a local level. More funding is expected from European institutions and the countries of the European Union, which will provide together more than

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Correlation between the perceived residential environment quality and the inhabitants’ quality of life and civic behavior

: Economic and budgetary projections for the 28 EU Member States (2013-2060) (The European Economy No. 3). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Eurostat. (2012). Active ageing and solidarity between generations: A statistical portrait of the European Union 2012 (Population and social conditions). Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Retrieved from European Union website: http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/en/web/products-statistical-books/-/KS-EP-11-001 Fisher, K. J., & Li, F. (2004). A community-based walking trial to improve

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Development and Validation of the Influence Regulation and Deinfluentization Scale (DEI-beh)

pracowniczego w organizacji . [Individuality of Work Team in Organization]. Katowice: Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego. Kożusznik B. (2002). Zachowania człowieka w organizacji . [People Behavior in Organization]. Polskie Wydawnictwo Ekonomiczne, Warszawa. Kożusznik B. (2004) Taktyki wpływu polskich menedżerów. In: G. Bartkowiak (Ed.). Polskie regiony zachodnie na starcie w Unii Europejskiej . [Influence Tactics of Polish Managers In: Polish Western Regions on the Doorstep of European Union]. Zielona Góra: Wyd. Zachodnia Szkoła Wyższa Handlu i Finansów

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Extracurricular Activity as Apredictor of the Use of Legal Addictive Substances by Pupils of Elementary and Secondary Schools

), 303-323. Caldwell, L. L., & Darling, N. (1999). Leisure context, parental control, and resistance to peer pressure as predictors of adolescent partying and substance use: An ecological perspective. Journal of Leisure Research, 31 (1), 57-77. ESPAD Group (2016). ESPAD Report 2015.: Results form the European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs [online]. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Dostupné na internete: http://www.espad.org/sites/espad.org/files/TD0116475ENN.pdf Fischer, S., & Škoda, J. (2014). Sociální

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What mental health promotion do university students need?

Niepełnosprawnych Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego , 3 , 40-52. Greacen, T., Jouet, E., Ryan, P., Cserhati, Z., Grebenc, V., Griffiths, Ch., Hansen, B., Leahy, E. da Silva, K. M. Šabić, A., de Marco, A., & Flores, P. (2012). Developing European guidelines for training care professionals in mental health promotion. BMC Public Health , 12, 1114. Green Book. Improvements in mental health. Mental health strategies for the European Union . European Commission, Brussels (2005). Retrieved from http

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The role of personal resources in the relationship between job stressors and emotional exhaustion

: Publications Office of the European Union. Retrieved February 27, 2016, from http://euro-found.europa.eu/sites/default/files/ef_files/pubdocs/2011/82/en/1/EF1182EN.pdf Häusser, J. A., Mojzisch, A., Niesel, M. & Schulz-Hardt, S. (2010). Ten years on: A review of recent research on the Job Demand-Control-Support model and psychological well-being. Work & Stress , 24, 2, 1-35. Hellgren, J., Sverke, M., & Nasswall, K. (2008). Changing work roles: New demands and challenges. In: K. Näswall, J. Hellgren, & M. Sverke (Eds.), The individual in the changing working

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Explicit and implicit attitudes toward academic cheating and its frequency among university students

−206. Maison D. (2004). Utajone postawy konsumenckie. [Implicit consumer attitudes]. Gdańsk: GWP. Maliszewski, N. (2005). Regulacyjna rola utajonej postawy. [The regulatory role of the implicit attitude]. Warszawa: WUW. Maliszewski, N. (2009). Postawy Polaków wobec Unii Europejskiej. Ukryte i jawne wybory. [Poles attitudes towards the European Union. Implicit and explicit choices]. Warszawa: Difin. Maliszewski, N. (2011). Dynamiczna teoria postaw. O relacji postaw jawnych i utajonych. [Dynamic theory of attitudes. About the

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Football does not improve mental health: a systematic review on football and mental health disorders

Introduction Football is a global game and a huge international business. The game is played for 90 min by two teams of 11 players, both teams trying to score by hitting the one ball with the foot (or leg or head, but not the hands) into the opponents’ goal. The game is called football in Europe, Asia and South America, but soccer (shortened form Association football) in North America, Australia and South Africa, essentially to distinguish football, respectively soccer, from other versions of regional football games such as American or Australian football

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Voluntary Activity of Polish People and its Motives in Recent Years: New Volunteering

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This article covers an issue or the phenomenon of volunteering. The introduction is a recall of a definition of volunteering. Then it shows the distribution of voluntary activity in different countries of the European Union in order to look at some aspects of the phenomenon in the microscale of one country - Poland. It shows the percentage of involvement of Polish women and men in volunteering, their age, their motives to work for others. It makes the reader to think about an innovative definition of volunteering.

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Disability Roles: Challenges Concerning the Education of People Living with Disabilities in Hungary

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One of the paths toward the social integration of people living with disabilities is to guarantee their participation in education and employment in the long term. The European Union emphasises the concept of lifelong learning to achieve the goals of improved education levels and the concomitant employability for this group. Although in the past few years there have been positive developments in the conditions of people living with disabilities in Hungary. Therefore, it remains one of the challenges of the Hungarian adult education system to bring about equal opportunities in participation for people living with disabilities. The main dilemma refers primarily to the provisioning of the wide array of learning aids required due to the diverse nature of possible disabilities and the establishment of a supportive and conducive learning environment.

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