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Social support for pregnant women

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Correlation between resilience and social support and anxiety in obstetric nurses

of adversity,trauma, disaster, and other great life pressure, and good development of the successful adaptation of 3 , 4 , 5 resilience is even considered 6 one of the important factors that nurses should adapt during physiological and psychological pressure in nursing activities, especially in the nursing profession. Social support as a protective factor of resilience of the most important individual in alleviating the pressure eliminates the psychological barriers, promotes the individual’s mental health, and plays an important role, 7 and research shows

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‘I can always rely on them’: the importance of social support for boys with haemophilia

33. 5 Khair K, Holland M, Carrington S. Social Networking for Adolescents with Severe Haemophilia. Haemophilia 2011; 18T3U: e290S6. 6 Emiliani F, Bertocchi S, Poti S, Palaretu L. Process of normalization in families with children affected by hemophilia. Qual Health Res 2011; 12: 1667S78. 7 Krishnaswamy M. Social support and the patient with cancer: a consideration of the literature. J Adv Nursing 1996; 23: 757S62. 8 EUPHIX. last accessed 28th

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Relationships Between Perception of Illness, Social Support and Hemodialysis Adequacy

' representations of their end-stage renal disease: relation with mortality. Nephrol Dial Transplant. 2009;24:3183-5. 8. Chilcot J, Wellsted D, Farrington K. Illness perceptions predict survival in haemodialysis patients. Am J Nephrol. 2011;33:358-63. 9. Drążkowski D, Cierpiałkowska L. Zależność/niezależność od pola a wsparcie społeczne w kontekście stresu. Psychol Qual Life. 2013;12(1):29-41. 10. Khalil AA, Abed MA. Perceived social support is a partial mediator of the relationship between depressive symptoms and quality of life in patients receiving hemodialysis. Arch

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The Relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Perceived Social Support

. Rhodes, L. G, Lakey, B. (1999). Social Support and Psychological Disorder: Insights from Social Psychology. Salovey, P., Grewal, D. Yale University. (2005). The science of Emotional Intelligence. American Psychological Society, Volume 14, No. 6. Zeidner, G. M, Roberts, M. R. (2002). Emotional Intelligence: Science & Myth. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press. American Psychological Association.

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Relationships between competitive anxiety, social support and self-handicapping in youth sport

self-handicapping. J. Sport Exerc. Psychol. 16:246-257. Conroy D. E. (2003) Representational models associated with fear of failure in adolescents and young adults. J. Pers. 71: 757-784. DOI: 10.1111/1467-6494.7105003 Cox R. (1998) Sport Psychology. Concepts and Applications. WCB McGraw-Hill, Boston. Doliński D., A. Szmajke (1994) Self-handicapping: advantages and disadvantages. PTP, Olsztyn. Ferrari J. R., J. S. Harriot, M. Zimmerman (1999) The social support

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The mediation effect of Perceived Social Support and Perceived Stress on the relationship between Emotional Intelligence and Psychological Wellbeing in Male Athletes

Introduction Researchers have investigated the relationship between emotional intelligence (EI) and psychological wellbeing in a number of ways and from different disciplinary perspectives, examining various associations with other variables. The researchers within the field of sport and exercise psychology have focused on potential mediating variables which can account for this relationship, for instance, perceived social support ( Roohafza et al., 2016 ; Smith et al., 1995 ) and perceived stress ( Laborde et al., 2016 ; Raedeke and Smith, 2004 ; Roohafza

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Social Support and Externalizing Symptoms in Children from Alcoholic Families

: Summary of developmental processes and mechanisms: ages 16-20. Alcohol Research and Health, 32(1), 41-52. Buu A, Dipiazza C, Wang J, Puttler LI, Fitzgerald HE, Zucker RA (2009). Parent, family, and neighborhood effects on the development of child substance use and other psychopathology from preschool to the start of adulthood. Journal of Studies on Alcohol Drugs; 70(4), 489-98. Çakar F.S. (2013). Behaviour Problems and Social Support Which Children Perceived from the Different Sources. International Education Research, 1(2), 50

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Investigating social support patterns of single mothers from a social network perspective

References Agneessens, F., Waege, H., and Lievens, J. (2006) ʻDiversity in social support by role relations: A typologyʼ. Social networks, 28(4): 427-441. Belle, D. (1982) Lives in stress: Women and depression . Beverly Hills, CA: Sage. Berkman, L. (1986) ʻSocial networks, support and health: Taking the next step forwardʼ. American Journal of Epidemiology , 123(4): 559-562. Berkman, L.F., Glass, T., Brissette, I., Seeman, T.E. (2000) ʻFrom social integration to health: Durkheim in the new millenniumʼ. Social Science and Medicine , 51

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Stressors, social support and military performance in a modern war scenario

References Bandura, A. (1997). Self-efficacy. The exercise of control. New York: Freeman and Company Bliese, P.D., & Britt, T.W. (2001). Social Support, group consensus and stressor-strain relationship: Social context matters. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 22, 425-436. Britt, T., Castro, C., & Adler, A. (2006). Military Life: The psychology of serving in peace and combat: Vol. 1. Military performance. Westport, CT: Praeger Britt, T.W., Davison, J., Bliese, P.D, & Castro, C.A. (2004). How

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