外围体育投注Hi all, I'm interested in the effects of intra-familial language barriers (differential language use, non reciprocal language use), basically when there's a language barrier within a family (parents speak different primary language than child). Most of the stuff I've found focuses on communication differences rather than language differences. If anyone has any resources they could point me to it would be greatly appreciated.
Adaptability is the the ability to flexibly cope with and respond to stressors in the environment. Having more adaptability is a good thing because it is an indication of effective coping skills.
外围体育投注Is it a dimension of temperament? If so, it is relatively stable and cannot be changed.
Is it a skill that can be learned (e.g., like cognitive flexibility)?
外围体育投注Is it both?
Hi! Im a 3rd year undergrad currently working on a project that aims at understanding/implementing clinical approaches that could possibly support the development of an "academic identity".
外围体育投注Im still just in the very preliminary stages of reading literature. So far I have found that due to the mushy nature of identity and it being hard to measure, and operationalize, there hasn't been too much work done in intervention development. Additionally most of the text i could find, delt with reducing identity related anxiety and stress.
外围体育投注I was hoping that one of you could point me in the right direction of any work that deals with actual interventions that foster a sense of identity, or even where to begin with developing such a program in the case that it hasn't been explored previously.
Thank you all in advance, and please let me know if I need to clarify anything, or if you simply like tp discuss further!
I have a professor in psychology, who I think is pretty cool, but he strays from the norm. He has written a book about the hardships he has experienced throughout his life, and what he has learnt from them. He talks about drug use, and other taboo topics. He had a book launch. He's on Facebook, and Twitter. He has a blog. He promotes himself pretty rigorously, even though he is well-established. I am just a student, so I'm interested in what other think. Thoughts on this kind of behaviour?