de Beurs, Edwin Jadnanansing, Raj Etwaroo, Kajal Blankers, Matthijs Bipat, Robbert Peen, Jaap Dekker, Jack
Frontiers in Psychiatry
Background There is a considerable gap between care provision and the demand for care for common mental disorders in low-and-middle-income countries. Screening for these disorders, e.g., in primary care, will help to close this gap. However, appropriate norms and threshold values for screeners of common mental disorders are lacking. Methods In a su...
Amo-Adjei, Joshua Deliege, Antoine Nurzhynska, Anastasiya Essuman, Ruth Khan, Muhammad Rafiq
Journal of interpersonal violence
Reporting child sexual abuse (CSA) to law enforcement institutions is the ideal child protection imperative. The role of parents in this process is unquestionably profound. Yet, there is limited evidence on parental perspectives on reporting CSA to law enforcement agencies in developing country contexts. We apply vignettes to describe the views of ...
Obst, Patricia Juillerat, Thomas White, Katherine
Journal of health psychology
Male body hair removal has implications for men's mental health such as anxiety about body image. Based on the Theory of Planned Behaviour and relevant additional constructs, this research examined factors associated with young men's upper body and pubic hair removal. Young men residing in Australia completed a pilot survey, online survey (N = 655)...
Tibajev, Andrey Nygård, Olav
Frontiers in Human Dynamics
Many Western countries are built on a dual-earner model and have high levels of female labor force participation. Increasing the labor market activity of immigrant women is therefore seen as a key part of immigrant integration. However, female labor force participation (LFP) differs substantially between countries, reflecting differences in work-re...
Mwamidi, Daniel Nunow, Abdirizak Domínguez, Pablo
Rural commons in East-Africa have historically played key socioeconomic and environmental sustainability. Despite growing interest in this arena, there are still surprisingly few studies that examine rural customary management of pastoral communities in East Africa. This is striking given that this region is an exemplary area for pastoralism and th...
Kirkland, Kelly Jetten, Jolanda Wilks, Matti Kirby, James
Frontiers in Psychology
Amid a global pandemic and the climate crisis, there is an increasing need to understand how to promote largescale, coordinated action between different groups. Yet certain factors such as inequality can hinder cooperation. We aimed to establish how to orient groups toward a superordinate goal when they have unequal resources. Participants were div...
Thai, Michael Wenzel, Michael Okimoto, Tyler G
Personality & social psychology bulletin
When offenders apologize to victims for a wrongdoing, they often expect forgiveness in return. Sometimes, however, victims may withhold forgiveness. Across four experimental studies, we find that offenders feel like "victims" when victims respond to their apologies with non-forgiveness. This can be explained by the fact that they interpret non-forg...
Van Campenhout, Bjorn; 3435; Lecoutere, Els; Spielman, David J;
In a world of expectations, prejudice and norms, it may be natural to think that there are people out there who find it difficult to be open, vulnerable and honest about how they feel and how they are doing. Being able to lean on a friend during difficult times sounds liberating and safe. In this study, I have examined how men experience friendship...
Castman, Matilda Skoogh, Hedda-Louise
Syftet med studien har varit att undersöka kvinnors upplevelse av otrygghet. Detta genom frågeställningar som berör otrygghetens uppkomst, kvinnornas emotioner och handlande i otrygga situationer. Ett hermeneutiskt och kvalitativt synsätt har använts med en abduktiv ansats. Tio kvinnliga studenter på Linköpings universitet har intervjuats med hjälp...