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Sherman A. Lee, Jarosław P. Piotrowski, Joanna Różycka and Magdalena A. Żemojtel-Piotrowska

the narratives of Polish history. Slavic and East European Journal, 45 , 289-299. Reio, T. G., Jr., & Callahan, J. L. (2004). Affect, curiosity, and socializationrelated learning: A path analysis f antecedents to job performance. Journal of Business and Psychology, 19 , 3-22. Roff, L. L., Butkeviciene, R., & Klemmack, D. L. (2002). Death anxiety and religiosity among Lithuanian health and social service professionals. Death Studies, 26 , 731-2002. doi: 10.1080/07481180290106517 Sapp, G. L., & Gladding, S. T. (1989

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Anna Juszkiewicz and Urszula Dębska

, 397‒422. Mehrabian, A. & Epstein, N. (1972). A Measure of Emotional Empathy, Journal of Personality, 40 (4), 525‒543. Mercer, S. W., McConnachie, A., Maxwell, M., Heaney, D. & Watt, G. C. M. (2005), Relevance and practical use of the Consultation and Relational Empathy (CARE) Measure in general practice. Family Practice , 22 (3), 328‒334. Mikalauskas, A., Sirvinskas, E., Marchertiene, I., Macas, A., Samalavicius, R., Kinduris, S., et. al. (2012). Burnout among Lithuanian cardiac surgeons and cardiac anesthesiologists. Medicina (Kaunas), 48 (9

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S. M. Yasir Arafat

revealed acceptable reliability in all three domains of the scale, although these were measured by confirmatory factor analysis ( Tagliabue et al. 2014 ). The Chinese validation study revealed that the Cronbach’s alpha of each subscale was between 0.62 and 0.86 ( Fu et al. 2013 ). The Lithuanian 32-item PSDQ revealed the Cronbach’s alpha for the authoritative domain was 0.85, the authoritarian domain was 0.76, and the permissive domain was 0.58 ( Kern and Jonyniene 2012 ). The Persian study found that the Cronbach’s alpha for the authoritative and authoritarian domains