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Factor structure of the de Jong Gierveld scale for loneliness

Factor structure of the de Jong Gierveld scale for loneliness: shortened 6-item version (DGJLS-6). A systematic review Laura Kenny, Philip Hyland, Marylene Cloitre & Mark Shevlin EJMH Vol 18 (2023), e0001, 1-12.; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.18.2023.0001 Received: 11 January 2022; Accepted: 16 August 2022; Online: 25 January 2023 Section: Review Articles Download full text Introduction: Loneliness is linked to negative physical and mental health …

 

Experiencing Mental Health when Treating Others

Experiencing Mental Health when Treating Others. Experiences of Mental Health Workers in Relation to Mental Health Problems: Stigma, Perception, and Employment Sarah Jill WEATHERSTONE & Lorna DODD EJMH Vol 17 Issue 3 (2022) 5-22; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.3.1 Received: 4 February 2021; Accepted: 14 July 2022; Online: 13 December 2022 Section: Research Papers Download full text Introduction: Mental health problems are among the leading causes …



Experiential Knowledge of Mental Health Professionals

Experiential Knowledge of Mental Health Professionals. Service Users’ Perceptions Simona KARBOUNIARIS , Jean Pierre WILKEN, Alie WEERMAN & Tineke ABMA EJMH Vol 17 Issue 3 (2022) 23-37; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH/17.2022.3.2 Received: 24 July 2021; Accepted: 19 July 2022; Online: 13 December 2022 Section: Research Papers Download full text Introduction: Nowadays the Western mental health system is in transformation to recovery-oriented and trauma informed …



Care Management and Support for Older Adults in Nigeria

Exploring Care Management for Older adults with Ill-health as Family Members’ Responsibility. The Need for Social Workers’ Support Services in Nigeria Jacinta Chibuzor ENE , Ngozi Eucharia CHUKWU & Henry Tochukwu AJIBO EJMH Vol 17 Issue 3 (2022) 38-51; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.3.3 Received: 3 October 2021; Accepted: 3 August 2022; Online: 13 December 2022 Section: Research Papers Download full text Introduction: Aging oftentimes comes …



Development and Validation Regarding the Lithuanian PANAS-X

Development and Validation Regarding the Lithuanian Version of the Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS-X) Karolina PETRAŠKAITĖ & Neringa GRIGUTYTĖ EJMH Vol 17 Issue 3 (2022) 52-64; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.3.4 Received: 20 April 2021; Accepted: 15 August 2022; Online: 13 December 2022 Section: Research Papers Download full text Introduction: The Positive and Negative Affect Schedule (PANAS-X), a widely used and accepted instrument developed …



Recovery of Depressive Symptoms in Art and Dance Schools

“Performing Emotions and Suffering.” Recovery of Depressive Symptoms Involving Adolescent Intervention in Art and Dance Schools José Carlos SANTOS , Helena QUARESMA, Cláudia CARMO, Jorge FAÇANHA, António NABAIS, Lurdes SIMEÃO, Cláudia CALÇAS, Ermelinda MATOS, Isabel CORUCHE, Rosa SIMÕES, Maria ERSE, Cândida LOUREIRO, Lúcia MARQUES & Marta BRÁS EJMH Vol 17 Issue 3 (2022) 65-77; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.3.5 Received: 1 September 2021; …



An Empirical Study of Ancient Wisdom. Effect of Anasakti (Non-Attachment) and Ahamkara (Ego) on Well-Being Amongst Indians Kriti GUPTA & Jyotsna AGRAWAL EJMH Vol 17 Issue 3 (2022) 78-95; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.3.6 Received: 22 June 2021; Accepted: 12 October 2022; Online: 13 December 2022 Section: Research Papers Download full text Introduction: According to Indian psychology, anasakti (non-attachment) and ahamkara (ego) play a significant …



Mental Health Literacy Regarding Depression and Suicide

Mental Health Literacy Regarding Depression and Suicide David Dias NETO & Pramod Lacmane MAUGI EJMH Vol 17 Issue 3 (2022) 96-103; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.3.7 Received: 5 November 2021; Accepted: 21 July 2022; Online: 13 December 2022 Section: Research Papers Download full text Introduction: Mental health literacy enables individuals to recognize the symptoms associated with mental illness, and thus adjust their behavior to manage and …



Changes in publishing

From 2023, the journal will introduce a new plan of continuously publishing 1-3 articles per month.

   

Affective Symptoms and Traumatic Stress Among College Students at Risk for ADHD During the Second Lockdown in Greece Kleio KOUTRA & Effrosyni KOKALIARI EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 10-19; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.3 Received: 2021. 01. 06.; Accepted: 2022. 02. 05.; Online date: 2022. 10. 18. Section: Research Article Download full text Introduction: Due to the pandemic, individuals with ADHD have been facing …



Psychological Distress of High School Graduates

Psychological Distress of High School Graduates During Social Distancing in Croatia Natalija ĆURKOVIĆ , Jelena BUGARIN & Lorelaj LUKACIN EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 20-30; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.4 Received: 2021. 04. 20.; Accepted: 2022. 05. 27.; Online date: 2022. 10. 18. Section: Research Article Download full text Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic has influenced the whole world, thus also affecting the high school …



Some Predictors of University Students’ Subjective Well-Being

Some Predictors of University Students’ Subjective Well-Being in Croatia During The COVID-19 Pandemic Tea Pavin IVANEC & Iva FABIJANIĆ FABIJANIĆ EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 31-42; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.5 Received: 2021. 05. 07.; Accepted: 2022. 02. 05.; Online date: 2022. 10. 18. Section: Research Article Download full text Introduction: Changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic significantly altered the functioning of different social systems, …



Feelings Related to the Academic Path

Feelings Related to the Academic Path in Virtue of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Testimonies from Portuguese Higher Education Students Attending Healthcare Courses Beatriz MINGHELLI , Elsy Alejandra DE OLIVEIRA TAVARES & Maria Teresa DE SOUSA FRANGO PINHEIRO EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 43-51; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.6 Received: 2021. 12. 22.; Accepted: 2022. 01. 12.; Online date: 2022. 10. 18. Section: …



“This doesn’t feel like living”

“This doesn’t feel like living”: How the COVID-19 Pandemic Affected the Mental Health of Vulnerable University Students in the United Kingdom Charlotte Rose HORNER , Siobhan HUGH-JONES, Ed SUTHERLAND, Cathy BRENNAN & Charlotte SADLER-SMITH EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 52-64; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.7 Received: 2022. 03. 15.; Accepted: 2022. 05. 10.; Online date: 2022. 10. 18. Section: Research Article Download full text Introduction: …



Cross-Cultural Differences in Psychological Health

Cross-Cultural Differences in Psychological Health, Perceived Stress, and Coping Strategies of University Students During the COVID-19 Pandemic Noor Hassline MOHAMED, Amoneeta BECKSTEIN , Nicholas TZE PING PANG, Paul B. HUTCHINGS, Shariffah Rahah Sheik DAWOOD, Risydah FADILAH, Katie SULLIVAN, Azizi YAHAYA & Jay Errol Villadolid BARAL EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 65-77; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.8 Received: 2021. 04. 23.; Accepted: …



Features of Anesthesiologists-Reanimatologists’ Emotional States

Features of Anesthesiologists-Reanimatologists’ Emotional States in Different COVID-19 Pandemic Periods in Russia Maria KOREHOVA , Mikhail KIROV, Irina NOVIKOVA, Andrey SOLOVIEV & Elena GOLUBEVA EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 79-88; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.9 Received: 2021. 06. 06.; Accepted: 2022. 02. 05.; Online date: 2022. 10. 18. Section: Research Article – Short Communication Download full text Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic is one of …



The COVID-19 “First Lockdown” Experience in Italy

The COVID-19 “First Lockdown” Experience in Italy: The Role of Hope and Optimism and Their Impact on Psychological Well-Being and Risk Perception Federica BIASSONI , Alice SALDUCCO & Daniela ABATI EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 89-103; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.10 Received: 2021. 08. 27.; Accepted: 2022. 08. 10.; Online date: 2022. 10. 18. Section: Research Article Download full text Introduction: The present study …



The Multifactorial Background of Helping Professionals’ Vital Exhaustion and Subjective Well-Being During the First Wave of COVID-19 in Hungary: A Cross-Sectional Study Attila PILINSZKI , Bernadett ASZTALOS, Ildikó DANIS, Máté JOÓB, Timea TÉSENYI & Gábor TÖRÖK EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 104-117; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.11 Received: 2021. 10. 11.; Accepted: 2022. 03. 10.; Online date: 2022. 10. 18. Section: …



Relationships Between Gratitude and Mental Health Difficulties

Relationships Between Gratitude and Mental Health Difficulties During the COVID-19 Pandemic in a Southern Region of the United States Allen C. SHERMAN , John M. SALSMAN, Crystal L. PARK, Erick L. MESSIAS, Mark L. WILLIAMS, Benjamin C. AMICK, Teresa J. HUDSON & Stephanie SIMONTON-ATCHLEY EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 118-130; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.12 Received: 2022. 02. 17.; Accepted: 2022. 08. …



The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Obsessive-Compulsive Phenomena

The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Obsessive-Compulsive Phenomena, in the General Population and among OCD Patients: A Systematic Review Olga MALAS & Maria-Dolores TOLSÁ EJMH Vol 17 Issue 2 (2022) 132-148; https://doi.org/10.5708/EJMH.17.2022.2.13 Received: 2021. 11. 25.; Accepted: 2021. 11. 29.; Online date: 2022. 10. 18. Section: Review Article Download full text Introduction: An increase in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) was predicted as a …

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