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On SAGE Insight: Role of Self-efficacy, Optimism and Job Engagement in Positive Change: Evidence from the Middle East

From Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision MakersPublished in Association with Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad “When leaders adopt positive practices for change, it has significant outcomes” (POS), which refers to the investigation of positive outcomes, practices, attributes, and changes that occur … Continue reading

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Objectification in romantic relationships related to sexual pressure and coercion

The object of desire: How being objectified creates sexual pressure for women in heterosexual relationships From Psychology of Women Quarterly To sexually objectify a woman is to focus on her body in terms of how it can provide sexual pleasure … Continue reading

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Shyness negatively affects marital quality

Shyness and marriage: does shyness shape even established relationships? From Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin A key psychological question is to what extent a person’s personality determines the shape and quality of his or her social relationships. This research explores … Continue reading

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