ADDIMANDO, LOREDANA

ADDIMANDO, LOREDANA  

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Wellbeing, symptoms of trauma, and personal resources in Palestinian professional helpers: a cross-sectional quantitative survey 01 - Articolo su rivista 2021 Pepe, AlessandroCavazzoni, FedericaAddimando, LoredanaObaid, HaniaVeronese, Guido +
“It’s paradise there, I saw it on TV”: Psychological wellbeing, migratory motivators, and expectations of return among West African migrants 01 - Articolo su rivista 2020 Veronese, G.Pepe, A.Addimando, L. +
Psychological distress, job satisfaction and work engagement: a cross-sectional mediation study with a sample of Palestinian teachers 01 - Articolo su rivista 2019 Pepe, AAddimando, LVeronese, G +
Psychological distress, job satisfaction, and work engagement among Palestinian teachers: a cross-sectional study 01 - Articolo su rivista 2019 Pepe, AAddimando, LVeronese, G +
Qualità di vita professionale, work engagement e benessere soggettivo: uno studio esplorativo con gli operatori sociali dei servizi di accoglienza integrata (CAS e SPRAR) 02 - Intervento a convegno 2018 Pepe, AAddimando, LVeronese, G +
“C’è il paradiso lì, l’ho visto in televisione”: benessere psicologico e aspettative personali in un campione di migranti di ritorno nell’Africa Occidentale 02 - Intervento a convegno 2018 Veronese, GPepe, AAddimando, L +
Psychological distress, Job satisfaction and work engagement: a mediation study in a sample of Palestinian teachers 02 - Intervento a convegno 2018 Pepe, AAddimando, LVeronese, G +
Job Satisfaction, Work Engagement, and Psychological Distress: A Mediation Study in a Sample of Palestinian Teachers 02 - Intervento a convegno 2018 Pepe, AAddimando, LVeronese, G
Teaching in conflict contexts: dimensions of subjective wellbeing in Palestinian teachers living in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territory 01 - Articolo su rivista 2018 Pepe, AAddimando, LVeronese, G +
Teaching in conflict contexts: dimensions of subjective well-being in Arab teachers living in Israel and Palestine 02 - Intervento a convegno 2017 PEPE, ALESSANDROAddimando, LVERONESE, GUIDO +
Subjective well-being, work engagement e full engagement nei contesti di conflitto a bassa intensità: pattern associativi in un campione di insegnanti palestinesi 02 - Intervento a convegno 2017 PEPE, ALESSANDROAddimando, LVERONESE, GUIDO +
Misurare il benessere in Israele, Cisgiordania e Gaza: le proprietà psicometriche del Subjective Well-being Assessment Scale (SWBAS). 03 - Contributo in libro 2017 PEPE, ALESSANDROAddimando, LVERONESE, GUIDO +
Measuring Well-Being in Israel and Palestine: The Subjective Well-Being Assessment Scale 01 - Articolo su rivista 2017 VERONESE, GUIDOPEPE, ALESSANDROAddimando, L +
Measuring teacher job satisfaction: Assessing invariance in the teacher job satisfaction scale (TJSS) across six countries 01 - Articolo su rivista 2017 Pepe, AAddimando, LVeronese, G
Measuring subjective well-being: development of the Subjective Well-being Assessment Scale in West Bank and Gaza Strip 02 - Intervento a convegno 2016 PEPE, ALESSANDROVERONESE, GUIDOAddimando, L. +
Misurare il benessere nella striscia di Gaza e in West Bank: le proprietà psicometriche del Subjective Well-being Assessment Scale (SWBAS) 02 - Intervento a convegno 2016 PEPE, ALESSANDROAddimando, LVERONESE, GUIDO +
Exploring challenging classroom behaviors from teachers’ perspective: a mixed-method study 01 - Articolo su rivista 2015 CASTELLI, STEFANOADDIMANDO, LOREDANAPEPE, ALESSANDRO
Teacher-parent relationships: influence of gender and education on organizational parents’ counterproductive behaviors 01 - Articolo su rivista 2014 PEPE, ALESSANDROADDIMANDO, LOREDANA
Comparison of Occupational Stress in Response to Challenging Behaviours between General and Special Education Primary Teachers in Northern Italy 01 - Articolo su rivista 2013 PEPE, ALESSANDROADDIMANDO, LOREDANA
Difficult fathers; are there specificities in fathers' counterproductive behaviors? evidences from a multicultural research 02 - Intervento a convegno 2012 CASTELLI, STEFANOADDIMANDO, LOREDANAPEPE, ALESSANDRO