View Vol. 4 ,  Iss. 2 (April 2022)

Journal of Psychological Research

ISSN: 2630-5143 (Online)

Vol. 4 , Iss. 2 (April 2022)

  • Reviews

    Current Evidence and Diverse Perspectives on Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder: A Systematic Review

    Asrat Genet Amnie

    Article ID: 4384    DOI:
    1113  (Abstract) 330  (Download)


    Introduction:  ADHD is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders in childhood and adolescence. Although the disorder starts to manifest early in childhood, a significant proportion of cases often persists into adulthood. ADHD negatively and significantly impacts social and occupational functioning and academic performance.  A number of extant theories and scientific evidence provide insight into the... More

  • Reviews

    There is No Mystery in Social System

    Haitao Liu

    Article ID: 4621    DOI:
    184  (Abstract) 116  (Download)


    There is a gap between the properties of social reality and the natural properties of the material bearer that carries it. Language constructivism uses language representations to bridge this gap, arguing that language constructs social reality. Emergence theory holds that the attributes of social reality cannot be reduced to the physical attributes of the carrier.... More

  • Article

    Science Teaching Efficacy Beliefs of Palestinian Elementary Education Students

    Haitham M. Alkhateeb, Ayal H. Alkhateeb

    Article ID: 4686    DOI:
    207  (Abstract) 120  (Download)

    Abstract: To assess elementary education students’ self-efficacy beliefs in science teaching, the Science Teaching Efficacy Belief Instrument developed by Enochs and Riggs was used. The instrument consisted of two scales, Personal Science Teaching Efficacy Belief Scale and the Outcome Expectancy Scale. It was administered to 90 undergraduate university students majoring in elementary education at a large... More

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    Psychometrics of the SDQ-I for Palestinian Adolescent Students

    Haitham Alkhateeb, Ramzi Naim Nasser, Eiman F Abushihab

    Article ID: 4682    DOI:
    248  (Abstract) 137  (Download)

    Abstract: The Self-description Questionnaire–I (SDQ–I) is a multidimensional instrument that measures eight self-concept facets hypothesized in Shavelson’s hierarchical model. This study investigated self-concept in a sample of Palestinian adolescent students using an Arabic version of the SDQ–I. Three-hundred sixty adolescents (163 girls and 197 boys) aged 13 to 16 years (M = 14.3, SD = .87)... More