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Purchasing Intentions and Behaviour in China: a Comparison of Chinese Consumers in Key Cities - Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou and Chongqing
This research is a study of purchasing intentions and behaviors in China. Consumers from four key cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Chongqing, and Guangzhou were studied and differences in intentions and behavior as well ...
Invisible Diversity: Exploring the Experiences of Trainee Clinical Psychologists from a Mixed White Ethnic Background
There is limited research examining the identities and experiences of those from mixed ethnic backgrounds and the research literature is almost non-existent for those who are from a mixed white ethnic (MWE) background. The ...
Intra and Interpersonal Factors in the Use of Personal Therapy by Trainee Clinical Psychologists
The purpose of personal therapy for psychologists can be understood as a method of personal and professional development (PPD) and/or in terms of help-seeking. This study aims to consider differences in the use of personal ...
What Works for me? The Impact of the Combination Between 'Personal Style' and Therapeutic Orientation on a Client's Experience of Therapy
Recent research on psychotherapeutic outcome has highlighted cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) as the preferred psychotherapeutic approach for most psychological problems. There is however considerable evidence supporting ...
The Impact of the Antenatal Class "Baby World" on the Caregiver-Infant Relationship - a Pilot Study
(University of Hertfordshire, 2012-01-04)
Research suggests that the relationship between caregivers and their infants has a significant effect on development and well-being across the lifespan. There is a significant body of research into psychological interventions ...