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Effect of Acculturative Stress on Multicultural Adolescents’ Life Satisfaction: Sequential Multiple Mediating Effects of Bicultural Acceptance Attitude, Self-Esteem, and Social Withdrawal -Using the 2016 Multicultural Adolescents Panel Study-

Kim SM, Kim HO

Purpose: This study determined acculturative stress’ effect on the life satisfaction of multicultural adolescents based on Roy’s Adaptation Model and some earlier studies. Further, it examined the sequential multiple mediating...
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Influencing factors of resilience of dental hygiene students

Min HH, Lee HJ

Objectives: This study aims to examine the factors affecting resilience in dental hygiene students. Methods: The participants were 200 dental hygiene students. Data were collected from June 1 to August 30,...
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Prevalence of Addictive Behaviors in Medical Students and Their Association With Stress

Lee J, Won S, Chang SM, Kim BS, Lee SJ

Objective This study aims to investigate the prevalence of the addictive use of the internet, smartphone, and alcohol in medical students, the association of this addictive use with stress, and...
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The Association among Stress Coping Strategies, Social Support, and Self-Esteem in Patients with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Chung JH, Kwon JH, Park JI, Yang JC

Objective : The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship among the degree of symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and social support, stress coping strategies, and self-esteem...
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Factors Affecting Health-Promoting Behaviors among Vietnamese Students in Korea

Quynh Anh TT, Kang M, Kim N

Purpose: This study aimed to examine health-promoting behaviors among Vietnamese students in Korea and identify the factors affecting these behaviors. Methods: A survey using self-administered questionnaires was employed. Data were...
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Psychological characteristics of premedical students in the situation of COVID-19 and educational effect of self reflection meditation

Kwon RW, Chun MY, Lee SY, Yune SJ

Background : In the situation of the national crisis caused by Covid-19, healthcare providers face leadership challenges and professional composure for the benefit of the community. This article aims to...
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Internet Addiction and Its Associations with Clinical and Psychosocial Factors in Medical Students

Seo EH, Kim SG, Lee SK, Park SC, Yoon HJ

Objective Excessive internet use has been associated with various psychiatric symptoms and psychosocial factors. This study aimed to investigate the prevalence of internet addiction (IA) and its associations with clinical...
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Factors Affecting Forgiveness of Wives of Alcoholics

Kim HK

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the forgiveness of wives of alcoholics and examine factors contributing to their forgiveness. Methods: A total of 166 females selected through convenience...
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Impact of Self-esteem and Social support on Self-care Performance in Liver Transplantation Recipients

Jung HJ, Kim YJ

Purpose: This study examined the impact of self-esteem and social support on self-care performance of liver transplantation recipients. Methods: In this correlational study, 101 recipients were recruited from a general...
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Development and Validation of a Virtual Reality-Based Training Program for Promoting Subjective Well-Being

Kim J, Jung YH, Shin YB, Kim MK, Eom H, Kim E, Kim J, Kim JJ

Objective Enhancing subjective well-being is an effective way to improve mental health. This study aimed to validate a virtual reality-based interactive feedback program as an intervention tool for promoting subjective well-being. Methods Thirty-six...
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Relationships between Self-Esteem, Emotional Intelligence, and Mindfulness of Employees in Large Corporations

Bea Hj, Kim Hj, Lee JS

Purpose: This study aimed to identify influencing factors on the stress of employees in large corporations by examining relationships between self-esteem, emotional intelligence, and mindfulness. Methods: A hundred and sixty...
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Association of Social Anxiety Disorder Symptoms with Self-Esteem, Ego-Resiliency and Social Support in Medical Students

Lee SE, Kim SG, Kim SH, Park SH, Seo EH, Yoon HJ

Objective : The purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence of social anxiety disorder (SAD) and its association with psychosocial factors including self-esteem, ego-resiliency, and social support in...
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Do Low Self-Esteem and High Stress Lead to Burnout Among Health-Care Workers? Evidence From a Tertiary Hospital in Bangalore, India

Johnson AR, Jayappa R, James M, Kulnu A, Kovayil R, Joseph B

Background: Low self-esteem can be an issue among health-care workers due to the hierarchical medical system. Health-care workers are also in a high pressure environment that can lead to stress...
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Perception and Actual Experiences of Sexual Harassment in Clinical Placement among Physical Therapy College Students

Lee J

Purpose: This study examined the level of self-esteem and awareness of sexual harassment among college students majoring in physical therapy to discover the status of sexual harassment and the types of...
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The Structural Equation Model of Organizational Culture, Authentic Leadership, Self-Esteem, and Bullying in Nurses at Critical Care Units

Shim MY, Yoo HJ, Kim JY, Kim SR, Song YG, Kang J

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study were to identify the influential factors of bullying of intensive care nurses and to suggest a final structural model based on identified relationships between...
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The Influence of Voice Behavior, Self-esteem and Sexual Knowledge on Sexual Assertiveness of Nursing College Students

Woo CH, Park JY

PURPOSE: The study was done to investigate the influence of voice behavior, self-esteem and sexual knowledge on sexual assertiveness of nursing college students. METHODS: A structured self-report questionnaire was used to...
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Antenatal Depressive Symptoms and Associated Risk Factors among Pregnant Women

Baek SJ, Yun JA, Nam JA, Seo EY, Kwon SY, Lee CH, Choi KS

OBJECTIVES: Maternal depression has a detrimental effect on baby growth. Recent reports suggest that depressive symptoms are more likely to occur during pregnancy than in the postpartum period. In Korea,...
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The Mediating Effects of Self-Esteem and Resilience on the Relationship Between Internalized Stigma and Quality of Life in People with Schizophrenia

Kim EY, Jang MH

PURPOSE: This study examined the mediating effects of self-esteem and resilience on the relationship between internalized stigma and quality of life in people with schizophrenia. METHODS: The participants were 123 people...
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Relationship between Psychological Correlates and Empathy in Medical Students: A Cross-Sectional Study

Suh WW, Cho SH, Yoo JY, Kim HS, Song HR, Kim WJ, Lee SM, Hong M

OBJECTIVE: Empathy is important in the education of medical students. Many psychosocial variables are related to empathy. The aim of the study was to investigate the relationship between empathy and...
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The Insight Paradox among Outpatients with Schizophrenia

Kim TY, Kim JG, Kim CK

OBJECTIVES: The primary objective was to test the phenomenon known as the insight paradox, which refers to the association between higher levels of insight and lower self-esteem, higher hopelessness, and...
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