Posted on: 28 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Relationship between Social Media Marketing and Consumer Buying Behavior

Article Title: Relationship between Social Media Marketing and Consumer Buying Behavior DOI: https://doi.org/10.32879/picp.2018.4.2.193 Author(s):, Syed Muhammad Ather, Naimat Ullah Khan, Faizan ur Rehman, Lubna Nazneen Institute(s): Islamia College Peshawar, University of Peshawar Journal: Peshawar Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Sciences (PJPBS) Vol 4 No 2 (2018) Correspondence Address: Dr. Madiha Asghar | Phone+92-91-9222022 | pjpbs@icp.edu.pk Abstract The social media has become an integral part of our lives with the introduction of 3G, 4G…

Posted on: 26 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Family Functioning, Attitude towards Self and Frustration Tolerance among Adolescents

Thesis Title: Family Functioning, Attitude towards Self and Frustration Tolerance among Adolescents Student Name: Huma Arshad Supervisor: Syeda Shama Mazahir Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract This study aimed to investigate the relationship between family functioning, attitude towards self and frustration tolerance among adolescents. It was hypothesized that there would be negative  relationship among family functioning, attitude towards self and frustration tolerance in adolescents. Family functioning and attitude towards self would…

Posted on: 26 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Perceived Parental Bonding, Adult Attachment and Quality of Interpersonal Relationships among Married Individuals

Thesis Title: Perceived Parental Bonding, Adult Attachment and Quality of Interpersonal Relationships among Married Individuals Student Name: Aqsa Aslam Supervisor: Amna Rafique Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The present study was conducted to investigate the relationship between perceived parental bonding, adult attachment and quality of interpersonal relationship among married individuals. It was hypothesized that there would be a relationship between perceived parental bonding, adult attachment and quality of interpersonal relationship.…

Posted on: 26 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Emotional Regulation, Trust and Quality of Relationship in Married Women

Thesis Title: Emotional Regulation, Trust and Quality of Relationship in Married Women Student Name: Saima Afzal Supervisor: Beenish Najam Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract A correlational study was conducted to investigate the relationship of emotion regulation, trust and quality of relationship among married women. It was hypothesized that emotional regulation and trust would be positively correlated to quality of life. It was also hypothesized that trust would moderate the relationship…

Posted on: 26 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Marital Relationship, Quality of life and psychological well-being of Women with Infertility

Thesis Title: Marital Relationship, Quality of life and psychological well-being of Women with Infertility Student Name: Saba Elahi Supervisor: Mohsina Najeeb, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016- 2018 Abstract The purpose of the current study was to investigate the relationship of infertility of women with their marital relationship, quality of life and psychological well-being. It was hypothesized that Infertility would be negatively associated with marital relationship, quality of life and psychological…

Posted on: 26 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Dysfunctional Parenting Styles, Emotional Regulation and Marital Distress in Married Men

Thesis Title: Dysfunctional Parenting Styles, Emotional Regulation and Marital Distress in Married Men Student Name: Sidra Rani Supervisor: Shahnila Tariq, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The purpose of the present study was to examine the relationship between dysfunctional parenting styles, emotional regulation and marital distress in married men. It was hypothesized that there would be a relationship between dysfunctional parenting styles, emotional regulation and marital distress in married men.…

Posted on: 25 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Personality, Family Environment and Quality of Marital Relationship in Married Woman

Thesis Title: Personality, Family Environment and Quality of Marital Relationship in Married Woman  Student Name: Anam Fatima Supervisor: Afifa Anjum Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The present research was conducted to investigate personality, family environment and quality of marital relationship among married women.  Nonprobability convenient sampling technique was used to collect the data (N = 110) of married women in the age range of  18-35 years. It was hypothesized that…

Posted on: 25 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Family Environment, Quality of Sleep and Mental Health in Older Adults

Thesis Title: Family Environment, Quality of Sleep and Mental Health in Older Adults Student Name: Maham Wasem Supervisors: Ramiza Rasheed & Mujeeba Ashraf, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The present study investigated the relationship between family environment, quality of sleep and mental health in older adults. Correlational research design was used. It was hypothesized that there would be positive relationship between family environment, quality of sleep and mental health…

Posted on: 25 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Mothers’ Emotional Expressiveness and Children’s Psychosocial Adjustment

Thesis Title: Mothers’ Emotional Expressiveness and Children’s Psychosocial Adjustment Student Title: Mahrukh Iftikhar Supervisor: Saima Ghazal, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The present study was conducted to explore the relationship between other’s emotional expressiveness and children’s psychosocial adjustment. It was hypothesized that there would be a relationship between mother’s emotional expressiveness and children’s psychosocial adjustment. It was also hypothesized that mother’s negative emotional expressiveness would predict children’s better psychosocial…

Posted on: 25 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Gratitude, Self-Compassion and Life Satisfaction among Adolescents with Lone Parents versus Two Parents

Thesis Title: Gratitude, Self-Compassion and Life Satisfaction among Adolescents with Lone Parents versus Two Parents Student Name: Ifra Rasheed Supervisor: Afsheen Masood, PhD Degree: BS Year: 2014-2018 Abstract The present research aimed to examine gratitude, self-compassion and life satisfaction in late adolescents with two-parents versus lone-parents. It was hypothesized that gratitude and Self compassion were likely to predict adolescents’ life satisfaction with reference to available parenting (one parent vs. two…

Posted on: 25 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Perceived Parenting Styles, Self Confidence and Emotional Adjustment in Adolescents of Working and Non-Working Parents

Thesis Title: Perceived Parenting Styles, Self Confidence and Emotional Adjustment in Adolescents of Working and Non-Working Parents Student Name: Noor e Saher Supervisor: Shazia Qayyum, PhD Degree: 2014-2018 Year: BS Abstract The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between perceived parenting style, self-confidence and emotional adjustment among children of working and non-working parents. Correlational research design was used in the present study. It was hypothesized that there would be…

Posted on: 24 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Women Empowerment and Family Relationships among Women

Thesis Title: Women Empowerment and Family Relationships among Women Student Title: Sonia Ashiq Supervisor: Shazia Qayyum, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The present research aimed to investigate relationship of women empowerment and family relationship among women. The main objective was to examine to find out the relationship between women autonomy and family relationship among married/ unmarried and professional/ non-professional educated women. It was hypothesized that women autonomy would affect the family…

Posted on: 24 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Family Centrality, Supportive Communication and Family Satisfaction in Female School Teachers

Thesis Title: Family Centrality, Supportive Communication and Family Satisfaction in Female School Teachers Student Name: Sabina Shehzadi Supervisors: Jawaria Fatima Naqvi & Iram Fatima, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The present research investigated the relationship between family centrality, supportive communication and family satisfaction in female school teachers. It was hypothesized that there would be positive relationship between family centrality and family satisfaction in female school teachers, it was further hypothesized that…

Posted on: 24 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Parental Marital Conflict and Attitude towards Marriage in Unmarried Young Adults

Thesis Title: Parental Marital Conflict and Attitude towards Marriage in Unmarried Young Adults Student Name: Bushra Mubarak Supervisor: Iram Fatima, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The present study examined the relationship of parental marital conflicts and attitude towards marriage in unmarried young adults. The study hypothesized that there would be a negative relationship between parental marital conflicts and attitude towards marriage in unmarried young adults. Convenience sampling technique was used to…

Posted on: 24 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Perceived Parental Authority, Siblings’ Interpersonal Relationships and Quality of Marital Life in Women

Thesis Title: Perceived Parental Authority, Siblings’ Interpersonal Relationships and Quality of Marital Life in Women Student Name: Asia Khaliq Supervisor: Rafia Rafique, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The research was conducted to investigate whether perceived parental authority predicted quality of marital life in women. Another objective of the study was to find out whether siblings’ interpersonal relationship mediated quality of marital life in women. The sample was drawn through convenient sampling…

Posted on: 24 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Perceived Parenting Styles, Family Conflict and Attitude of Unmarried Adults towards Marriage

Thesis Title: Perceived Parenting Styles, Family Conflict and Attitude of Unmarried Adults towards Marriage Student Name: Maryum Yousaf Supervisor: Rafia Rafique, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract The research was conducted to investigate whether family conflict predicts the attitude of unmarried adults towards marriage. Another objective of the study was to find out whether perceived parenting styles mediate attitude of unmarried adults towards marriage. It was hypothesized that family conflict would be…

Posted on: 23 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Work-Family Conflicts, Marital Satisfaction and Psychological well- being in Pakistani Working Married Women

Thesis Title: Work-Family Conflicts, Marital Satisfaction and Psychological well- being in Pakistani Working Married Women Student Name: Asma Aurangzeb Supervisors: Saima Majeed & Farah Malik, PhD Degree: MSc Year: 2016-2018 Abstract This study figure out the work-family conflicts, marital satisfaction and psychological well-being among working married women. The main hypotheses were, that there would be a negative relationship between work-family conflicts and psychological well-being and positive relationship between marital satisfaction…

Posted on: 22 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Social Media Usage Self-Disclosure and Relationship Quality in Married Men and Women

Thesis Title: Social Media Usage Self-Disclosure and Relationship Quality in Married Men and Women Student Name: Atiqa Javaid Supervisors: Nosheen Ramzan & Farah Malik, PhD Degree: BS Year:  2014-2018 Abstract The present study was conducted to investigate the relationship between social media usage, self-disclosure and relationship quality among married men and women. It was hypothesized that there would be a positive relationship between social media usage and self-disclosure and negative relationship…

Posted on: 22 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Parentification, Attachment Styles and Interpersonal Competence in Adolescents

Thesis Title: Parentification, Attachment Styles and Interpersonal Competence in Adolescents  Student Name: Hina Zafar Supervisors: Nosheen Rarnzan & Farah Malik, PhD Degree: BS Year: 2014-2018 Abstract The present research was conducted to find the relationship between parentification, attachment styles and interpersonal competence in adolescents. It was hypothesized that there would be a positive relationship between parentification and attachment style, and negative relationship between parentification and interpersonal competence in adolescents. Moreover, it…

Posted on: 22 Apr 2020 Posted by: ppriad Comments: 0

Parental Differential Treatment, Sibling Relationships Quality and Psychological Wellbeing of Adolescents

Thesis Title: Parental Differential Treatment, Sibling Relationships Quality and Psychological Wellbeing of Adolescents Student Name: Anam Hina Supervisor: Farah Malik, PhD Degree: BS Year: 2014-2018 Abstract The present study aimed to investigate the relationship between parental differential treatment (differential maternal affection, differential maternal control, differential paternal affection and differential paternal control), sibling relationships quality (affection and hostility) and psychological wellbeing of adolescents. It was hypothesized that there would be a significant relationship…