American Journal of Applied Psychology

Volume 12, Issue 1, January 2023

  • Affect Intensity and Subjective Ratings of Emotional Pictures and Sounds

    Paola Surcinelli, Sara Giovagnoli, Ornella Montebarocci

    Issue: Volume 12, Issue 1, January 2023
    Pages: 1-7
    Received: 25 November 2022
    Accepted: 13 December 2022
    Published: 30 January 2023
    Abstract: Affect intensity refers to the intensity with which people experience their emotional response. Individual differences in affect intensity are supposed to be related to the strength of the response to emotional stimuli. Previous studies showed that participants with high affect intensity responded to emotional stimuli with stronger or more intense ... Show More
  • The Relationship Between Occupation Stereotypes and Turnover Intention of Private Kindergarten Teachers in China-Mainland: A Moderated Mediation Model

    Feng Yang, Yang Han

    Issue: Volume 12, Issue 1, January 2023
    Pages: 8-15
    Received: 30 December 2022
    Accepted: 25 January 2023
    Published: 6 February 2023
    Abstract: In China-mainland, the high turnover rate of private kindergarten teachers has long bothered relevant scholars and policymakers. In the current research, we recruited 692 teachers from Chinese private kindergartens as participants, and then used a questionnaire survey to investigate the relationship between the occupation stereotypes held by privat... Show More
  • The Factorial Structure of Self-Regulation from Late Childhood to Adolescence: A Gender Perspective

    Asmaa Mohamed Reyad, Amany Ahmed Yehia, Fadya Zaky Elwan

    Issue: Volume 12, Issue 1, January 2023
    Pages: 16-27
    Received: 31 January 2023
    Accepted: 13 March 2023
    Published: 28 March 2023
    Abstract: The present study aimed to examine the factorial structure of self-regulation across three different groups (i.e. late childhood, early adolescence, and middle, adolescence) within male and female samples. Two theoretical models were tested. The first is the unidimensional model which assumes that self-regulation is a domain-general ability without... Show More