Applied Psychology

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Applied Psychology

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  • Knibb, Rebecca C.; Alviani, Cherry; Garriga-Baraut, Teresa; Mortz, Charlotte G.; Vazquez-Ortiz, Marta; Angier, Elizabeth; Blumchen, Katerina; Comberiati, Pasquale; Duca, Bettina; Dunn Galvin, Audrey; Gore, Claudia; Hox, Valerie; Jensen, Britt; Pite, Helena; Santos, Alexandra F.; Sanchez-Garcia, Silvia; Gowland, M. Hazel; Timmermans, Frans; Roberts, Graham (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 2020-03-11)
    Background: This systematic review aimed to review the literature on interventions for improving self‐management and wellbeing in adolescents and young adults (11‐25 years) with asthma and allergic conditions. Methods: A ...
  • Loughrey, David G.; Feeney, Joanne; Kee, Frank; Lawlor, Brian A.; Woodside, Jayne V.; Setti, Annalisa; McHugh Power, Joanna (Taylor & Francis, 2020-02-18)
    Objectives: To investigate whether the relationship between subjective age-related hearing loss (SARHL) and episodic memory functioning is mediated by measures of social functioning. Methods: Using data from 8,163 adults ...
  • Link, Georg J.P.; Lumbard, Kevin; Conboy, Kieran; Feldman, Michael; Feller, Joseph; George, Jordana; Germonprez, Matt; Goggins, Sean; Jeske, Debora; Kiely, Gaye; Schuster, Kristen; Willis, Matt (Association for Information Systems, 2017-11)
    Researchers, governments, and funding agencies are calling on research disciplines to embrace open dataâ data that anyone can access and use. They have done so based on the premise that research efforts can draw and ...
  • Jeske, Debora (Intern Bridge, Inc., 2019)
    As teleworking and remote working options are adopted more and more widely in many countries, so are e-Internships, one of two forms of virtual internships. The first form involves simulated training settings that allow ...
  • Concannon, Louise (University College Cork, 2019)
    Journal Article 1 - Background: Ageism was first introduced in the literature in the 1960s, gaining increasing recognition in the decades since. Ageism can impact a range of domains, including physical, emotional and mental ...

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