Assertiveness Training What It Is & What It Teaches
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Nikel, Ł. (2020). Submissiveness, assertiveness and aggressiveness in school-age children: The role of self-efficacy and the Big Five. Children and youth services review, 110, 104746. https://ideas.repec.org/a/eee/cysrev/v110y2020ics0190740920300025.html
PARMAKSIZ, I. (2019). Relationship of Phubbing, a Behavioral Problem, with Assertiveness and Passiveness: A Study on Adolescents. International Online Journal of Educational Sciences, 11(3). https://www.researchgate.net/publication/334706948_Relationship_of_Phubbing_a_Behavioral_Problem_with_Assertiveness_and_Passiveness_A_Study_on_Adolescents
Sodikin, M. A., Keliat, B. A., & Wardani, I. Y. (2021). The effects of cognitive behaviour therapy and assertiveness training in chronic low self-esteem clients. Enfermería Clínica, 31, S96-S99. https://scholar.ui.ac.id/en/publications/the-effects-of-cognitive-behaviour-therapy-and-assertiveness-trai
Yang, Y. K., & Lim, T. H. (2019). A case study of conflict resolution program for student-athletes due to violence in sport: Self-assertiveness training based on solution-focused. Korean Journal of Sport Science, 30(2), 423-440. https://kjss.sports.re.kr/journal/view.php?doi=10.24985/kjss.2019.30.2.423
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