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Addressing context to understand physical activity among Muslim university students: the role of gender, family, and culture.
( BMC , 2019 , Article)
Physical inactivity is a crucial risk factor for the development of chronic health issues, which have a high incidence among Arabs living in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. The Qatar Stepwise Survey 2012 ...
Effects of perceived social support and family demands on college students' mental well-being: A cross-cultural investigation
( John Wiley & Sons, Ltd , 2015 , Article)
The effects of perceived social support and family demands on college students' mental well-being (perceived stress and depression) were assessed in 2 samples of Jordanian and Turkish college students. Statistically ...
Development of executive functioning in school-age Tunisian children
( Routledge , 2016 , Article)
Research regarding executive functioning (EF) in children rarely focuses on populations in African or Middle-Eastern Arabic-speaking countries. The current study used a cross-sectional design to examine the developmental ...