What I wish you, contemporary woman, celebrated today: Stop and look in the mirror, into your eyes, stop the train of your thoughts, and only feel what your eyes are telling you. If your eyes are conveying a positive emotion, then this is what others will also perceive. If your eyes don’t convey a positive… Read More What I Wish You, Discerning Woman
The terminology “Schema” comes from schema therapy and refers to the maladaptive schemas taxonomy developed by Jeffrey Young, Ph.D. and his collaborators since the ’80s. It is the problem-oriented component of the field, using psychometric questionnaires developed and tested by scientists to evaluate which are the schemas and modes which pathologically influence the emotions,… Read More What is Schema Dynamics Programming
Psychologists have worked for more than 100 years in order to find explanations for how the human mind and personality work, to heal the problems hidden deep inside of us. Personal development fields such as neuro-linguistic programming and transactional analysis have come up with effective and efficient solutions for a breakthrough to success. Clinical psychology… Read More Schema Dynamics Programming with Stefan Alexandrescu
Today I would like to write about a very special person who inspired me a lot. His name is Ticu Constantin. He is an academic teacher (conf. dr.) at the Psychology and Education Sciences in Iaşi and, as I mentioned in my CV, I have learned from some of his experience and sharing, a lot… Read More Happy Birthday, Ticu Constantin!
We are all aware of the preached necessity of forgiving. Starting from a personal development material I got from a training concerning the benefits of forgiveness, I asked myself the following questions: which are the causes of forgiveness? (what determines people to forgive?) what are the benefits of forgiveness? what are the barriers in forgiving?… Read More Benefits of Forgiveness
Here I gave you some examples of items. I have proven how they DON’T work here. This article is part IV from the series of articles in English about survey-type research with the focus on quantitative measures. Please also consider this list of articles in Romanian about research. In order to attain the same goal in the… Read More Rich Item Conceptualization.
This article is a follow-up to this one and it refers to the questions presented as an example here: Let’s take it step by step. First of all, methodologically. The first question uses a scale with an even number, which requires the responder to mark only one answer. The second item presents an odd number of… Read More The Questionnaire Design for Surveys, part III