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Irodalom/References 1 Agasisti, T., Avvisati, F., Borgonovi, F. & Longobardi, S. (2018) Academic Resilience: What Schools and Countries Do to Help Disadvantaged

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Mónika Fekete, Judit Pákó, Gergő Szőllősi, Krisztina Tóth, Mónika Szabó, Dorottya Horváth and János Tamás Varga

. AMULET-vizsgálat.] Orv Hetil. 2020; 161: 295–305. [Hungarian] 9 Ter Beek L, van der Vaart H, Wempe JB, et al. Dietary resilience in patients with

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Magyar Pszichológiai Szemle
Authors: István Csertő, Zsolt Péter Szabó, Noémi Zsuzsanna Mészáros, Ben R. Slugoski and Tibor Pólya

. , & Boda-Ujlaky , J. E. ( 2014 ). Self-esteem, self-conscious emotions, resilience, trait anxiety and their relation to self-handicapping tendencies . Review of Psychology, , 21 ( 2 ), 123 – 130

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. Swiss Journal of Psychology, 62 (1), 19–26. Fivush, R., & Duke, M. (2002). Narratives and Resilience in Middle-Class, Dual-Earner Families. MARIAL Working Paper 19. http://www.marial.emory.edu/pdfs/wp019_02.pdf

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. (2000). The Stability of Attachment Security from Infancy to Adolescence and Early Adulthood: General Introduction. Child Development, 71 (3), 678–683. Werner, E. E. (2000). Protective Factors and Individual Resilience. In J

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Neglect, 8, 203–217. Masten, A. S., Burt, K. B., Roisman, G. I., Obradovic, J., Long, J. D., & Tellegen, A. (2004). Resources and resilience in the transition to adulthood: Continuity and change. Development and Psychopathology

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Virágh, K. 1989. The effect of selective herbicides on structural changes of an old perennial grassland community; An experimental approach to the study of community stability: resilience and resistance. Acta Bot. Hung. 35: 99

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ageing as a disease, but a normal change. Following the principle of resilience, the second half of life is just coping with a task [ 6 ]. Common crying: In men, crying may be striking, as it contradicts the gender role of socialization, where men should

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ageing as a disease, but a normal change. Following the principle of resilience, the second half of life is just coping with a task [ 6 ]. Common crying: In men, crying may be striking, as it contradicts the gender role of socialization, where men should

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to resilience, such as racial identification and spirituality ( Archibald, 2018 ), may counterbalance the effects of status devaluation associated with racial stigma. Subsequently, these cultural contributors to resilience may protect individuals from

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