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Identification and comparison of school well-being patterns of migrant and native lower secondary-school students in Greece and Switzerland: A multigroup latent profile analysis approach Govaris, Christos; Chouvati, Raia; Kassis, Wassilis; Sidler, Petra; Janousch, Clarissa; Ertanir, Beyhan (2021-09-13)International Journal of Educational ResearchWe detected three very similar school well-being patterns among migrant and native students for both countries. The highest school well-being pattern for migrant and native students is derived from a combination of low ...01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
Internalizing and externalizing symptoms in adolescents with and without experiences of physical parental violence, a latent profile analysis on violence resilience Aksoy, Dilan; Favre, Céline Anne; Janousch, Clarissa; Ertanir, Beyhan (2022-03-31)Frontiers in PsychologyQuestionnaire data from a cross-sectional study on social resilience in adolescence, with a sample of N = 1,974 Swiss seventh grade high school students ages 12–14 (M = 11.76; SD = 0.65) was used to identify and compare ...01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
Longitudinal Changes in Swiss Adolescent’s Mental Health Outcomes from before and during the COVID-19 Pandemic Ertanir, Beyhan; Kassis, Wassilis; Garrote, Ariana (2021-12-02)International Journal of Environmental Research and Public HealthThis study aimed to explore changes in mental health outcomes (depression, anxiety, home, and school stress) from before the first COVID-19 wave (autumn 2019) to the later stages of the same wave (autumn 2020) in a sample ...01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift
Patterns of students’ well-being in early adolescence: A latent class and two-wave latent transition analysis Kassis, Wassilis; Janousch, Clarissa; Sidler, Petra; Aksoy, Dilan; Favre, Céline Anne; Ertanir, Beyhan; Nazari, Nabi (2022-12-01)PLOS ONEAdolescence is a developmental stage with high risks in terms of psychological challenges and adjustments related to subjective well-being. Thus far, the findings reported a general decrease in school-related well-being ...01A - Beitrag in wissenschaftlicher Zeitschrift