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Psicothema

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0214-9915
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1886-144X
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Gale
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6313
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834
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  1. The Spanish version of the Work-related Acceptance and Action Questionnaire (WAAQ).

    Psicothema 26(1):63 (2014) PMID 24444731

    We back-translated the WAAQ into Spanish and then administered it to 209 workers, in addition to other relevant work-related measures. Data were very similar to those obtained with the original WAAQ version. The WAAQ showed a very good internal consistency (a = .92) and a clear one-factor structure....
  2. An explanatory model of the intention to continue studying among non-traditional university students.

    Psicothema 26(1):84 (2014) PMID 24444734

    Although academic achievement is believed to be an important factor in students' decision to continue studying at university, research on this topic is limited. The current study analyzed the relationship between academic achievement and the intention of 327 non-traditional students to continue stud...
  3. Comparison of self-reported attachment in young adults from Spain and the United States.

    Psicothema 25(4):514 (2013) PMID 24124786

    We discuss an alternative interpretation of the two factors, as well as further measurement considerations and directions for future research....
  4. [International Test Commission Guidelines for test translation and adaptation: second edition].

    Psicothema 25(2):151 (2013) PMID 23628527

    We live in an increasingly multicultural and multilingual world in which the tests are used to support decision-making in the educational, clinical, organizational and other areas, so the adaptation of tests becomes a necessity. The main goal of this paper is to present the second edition of the gui...
  5. Organizational injustice: third parties' reactions to mistreatment of employee.

    Psicothema 25(2):214 (2013) PMID 23628536

    Research on organizational injustice has mainly focused on the victim's perspective. This study attempts to contribute to our understanding of third parties' perspective by empirically testing a model that describes third party reactions to mistreatment of employees. Data were obtained from a sample...
  6. Bullying and cyberbullying: Research and intervention at school and social contexts.

    Psicothema 24(4):603 (2012) PMID 23079358

    School is the main scenario of social actions where the foundations of interpersonal relations other than those of the family are laid down; it has therefore become one of the main settings for psychoeducational research. In recent years, the phenomena of poor interpersonal relations, gratuitous and...
  7. Bullying and cyberbullying: Overlapping and predictive value of the co-occurrence.

    Psicothema 24(4):608 (2012) PMID 23079359

    Several studies show certain co-occurrence of the traditional bullying and the cyberbullying. However, the results about relation and homogeneity among the roles of each of them are not unanimous. The present study intends to advance in the knowledge about the above-mentioned co-occurrence by explor...
  8. Online and offline peer led models against bullying and cyberbullying.

    Psicothema 24(4):634 (2012) PMID 23079363

    We found a significant increase in adaptive coping strategies like problem solving and a significant decrease in maladaptive coping strategies like avoidance: these changes mediate the changes in the behavioural variables. In particular, the decrease in avoidance predicts the decrease in victimizati...
  9. [Evaluation of the effectiveness of a prison-based drug treatment].

    Psicothema 24(2):217 (2012) PMID 22420348

    The present study evaluated the effectiveness of a drug-free unit (DFU) in reducing the use of substances by incarcerated adult offenders, and to analyze changes in the addiction severity index, motivation, and personality caused by the program. This is an external evaluation, with an ex post facto...
  10. [Psychological variables in the control of brain-computer interfaces].

    Psicothema 23(4):745 (2011) PMID 22047868

    Psychological variables in the control of brain-computer interfaces. BCI (Brain-Computer Interface) is a system that allows interaction between the human brain and a computer. It is based on analyzing electroencephalographic signals (EEG) and processing them to generate control comm...