Self compassion and job satisfaction



Self-consciousness self-esteem and depression
Rugancı, Neslihan; Gilleard, Christopher; Department of Psychology (1988)
Self Compassion as a Mediator of the Relationship between Rumination and Trait Anxiety
Onaylı, Selin; Erdur Baker, Özgür (2016-05-26)
Self-Regulated Learning and Perceived Health Among University Students Participating in Physical Activity Classes
McBride, Ron E.; Hürmeriç Altunsöz, Irmak; Su, Xiaoxia; Xiang, Ping; DEMİRHAN, GIYASETTİN (2016-03-01)
The purpose of this study was to explore motivational indicators of self-regulated learning (SRL) and the relationship between self-regulation (SR) and perceived health among university students enrolled in physical activity (PA) classes. One hundred thirty-one Turkish students participating in physical education activity classes at two universities completed questionnaires assessing motivational regulations and perceived health. Qualitative comments about why students enrolled in their physical education a...
Self-regulated learning and perceived health among Turkish students participating in university physical activity classes
Mcbride, Ron E.; Demirhan, Giyasettin; Hürmeriç Altunsöz, Irmak; Su, Xiaoxia (2013-07-04)
Self-Efficacy Beliefs and Self-Regulated Learning Strategies of Prep School Students and Their Relation with Language Proficiency Levels
Çimenli, Betül; Hırçın Çoban, Merve (2019-01-01)
The main purpose of this study is to uncover prep school students’ self-efficacy beliefs and self-regulated strategy use in different proficiency levels. In accordance with this, this study aims to find out the relation between self-efficacy beliefs of students and their use of SRL strategies, and figure out to what extent self-efficacy beliefs, SLR strategies use of students and gender can predict their proficiency level. The study was conducted at a private university in Ankara in the academic year 2017-2...
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