Tag Archives: self-esteem

On SAGE Insight: Psychological Predictors of Cyberbullying According to Ethnic-Cultural Origin in Adolescents

Article title: Psychological Predictors of Cyberbullying According to Ethnic-Cultural Origin in Adolescents: A National Study in Spain From Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology Cyberbullying is an intentional, aggressive, and repeated behavior perpetrated by one individual against another through the use of … Continue reading

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Esteem and Social Connections

Free article and accompanying podcast  From Journal of Social and Personal Relationships Social risk interacts with self-esteem to predict relationship-initiation motivation and behavior. However, because socially risky situations afford both rewards and costs, it is unclear which affordance is responsible … Continue reading

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We need to talk about ‘Kevin’: The effects of unfortunate first names

Unfortunate first names: Effects of name-based relational devaluation and interpersonal neglect From Social Psychological and Personality Science It may appear hard to believe that something as mundane as a negative first name can evoke neglect, discrimination, prejudice, or even ostracism. This … Continue reading

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Being in a relationship that others disapprove of

Relationship Matters series Podcast number 10 From Journal of Social and Personal Relationships The paper discussed in this podcast is entitled Perceived marginalisation and its associate with physical and psychological health. It considers the detrimental effects of being in a … Continue reading

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