International Journal of School Health: Jan 2018, 5 (1), 6 articles.
Research Article
6/11/2017
Pegah Katibeh, Soroor Inaloo, Nasrin Shokrpour, Hasan Dashti, Ali Alavi Shoostari
Nowadays, suicidal attempts of adolescents, which are done with different methods, have caused a great concern in communities. Thus, this study aimed at surveying the reasons of suicidal attempts leading to hospitalization.This was a case-control study conducted on 300 adolescents during 1 year. In this study, 150 ... read more
Research Article
12/11/2017
Yahya Kazemi, Zahra Nikmanesh, Masome Khosravi, Zahra Hassanzadeh
Self-esteem, attributional styles, and self-handicapping play key roles in students’ individual and social performances. Through determining interactional relations among these factors, parents and schools can plan for improving students’ performances.Hence, this study aimed to investigate the relationship of self-esteem and attributional styles with self-handicapping among primary school ... read more
Research Article
6/11/2017
Mohammad Majid Oryadi-Zanjani, Maryam Vahab, Suzanne C Purdy
The auditory behavior in everyday life (ABEL) questionnaire is a valid tool that was translated and adapted to Persian language by Oryadi-Zanjani et al. (2015). This study aimed at establishing the final Persian version of the ABEL questionnaire (ABEL-P).This study was a cross-sectional, observational study, conducted during ... read more
Research Article
5/11/2017
Mohammad Hossein Khani, Mohsen Mohammadi, Fateme Anvari, Mahbube Farsi
Over the past several decades the concept of burnout has been an important topic for the domain of education and psychology. One of the challenges regarding burnout is to develop an effective instrument, which considers cultural differences into account. By reviewing literature, we can figure out that ... read more
Research Article
11/11/2017
Fatemeh Arabshahi, Ali Fakhri, Maryam Serami, Mojtaba Ketabi, Zeynab Golestaneh, Hosein Akbari, Mahsa Asadollahezare
Research Article
27/12/2017
Christine A. Limbers, Kaitlyn Egan, L. Adelyn Cohen
Studies that have evaluated executive functions and dietary behaviors in school-aged children have found that deficits in executive functions are correlated with greater intake of high-caloric-low-nutritional foods and snacks and lower consumption of fruits and vegetables. However, since these studies analyzed executive functioning as a unidimensional outcome ... read more