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Dr. Shameem Fatima
Dr. Shameem Fatima
COMSATS University, Lahore
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How does religiosity enhance psychological well-being? Roles of self-efficacy and perceived social support.
S Fatima, S Sharif, I Khalid
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 10 (2), 119, 2018
1152018
Dysexecutive Syndromes Clinical and Experimental Perspectives
A Ardila, S Fatima, M Rosselli
Springer, 2019
95*2019
Is attitudinal acceptance of violence a risk factor? An analysis of domestic violence against women in Pakistan
R Amir-ud-Din, S Fatima, S Aziz
Journal of interpersonal violence 36 (7-8), NP4514-NP4541, 2021
562021
Association of parent–child relationships and executive functioning in South Asian adolescents.
S Fatima, H Sheikh, A Ardila
Neuropsychology 30 (1), 65, 2016
412016
Socioeconomic status and adolescent aggression: The role of executive functioning as a mediator
S Fatima, H Sheikh
The American journal of psychology 127 (4), 419-430, 2014
402014
Personal and social resources interplay synergistically to enhance academic motivation
S Fatima, H Sharif, G Zimet
International Journal of Educational Psychology 7 (2), 196-226, 2018
352018
Spiritual Transcendence and Psychological Adjustment: The Moderating Role of Personality in Burn Patients
T Jibeen, M Mehfooz, S Fatima
Journal of religion and health, 2017
262017
Interplay of self-efficacy and social support in predicting quality of life in cardiovascular patients in Pakistan
S Fatima, T Jibeen
Community Mental Health Journal 55, 855-864, 2019
242019
Role of Islamic religiosity in predicting academic motivation of university students.
S Fatima, M Mehfooz, S Sharif
Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 9 (4), 377, 2017
222017
Conditional indirect relations between executive functions,emotion regulation, and Machiavellianism in young men and women
S Fatima, Z Shahid
Personality and Individual Differences, 2020
212020
Age, Executive Functioning, and Decision Making Styles in Adults: A Moderated Mediation Model
S Fatima, M Khan, M Rosselli, A Ardila
Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition, 2019
192019
Executive functions, parental punishment, and aggression: Direct and moderated relations
S Fatima, I Sharif
Social neuroscience 12 (6), 717-729, 2017
162017
Adolescent aggression as predicted from parent–child relationships and executive functions
S Fatima, H Sheikh
The American journal of psychology 129 (3), 283-294, 2016
162016
Cognitive control and criminogenic cognitions in south asian gamblers
S Fatima, M Jamil, A Ardila
Journal of gambling studies 35, 501-516, 2019
152019
Aggression in adolescents as a function of parent-child relationship
S Fatima, MH Sheikh
Pakistan Journal of psychology 40 (2), 2009
112009
Religious coping and young adult’s mental well-being during Covid-19: Testing a double moderated mediation model
S Fatima, M Arshad, M Mushtaq
Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 2022
82022
Executive Dysfunctions in Autism Spectrum Disorders
S Fatima
Dysexecutive Syndromes Clinical and Experimental Perspectives, 2019
82019
Translation and adaptation of parent-child relationship scale into Urdu language
S Fatima, H Sheikh
Journal of Behavioural Sciences 24 (1), 98-114, 2014
62014
Death Anxiety and Well being in Doctors during COVID-19: The explanatory and Boosting Roles of Sleep Quality and Work Locality
M Komal, M Memoona, F Shameem
OMEGA-Journal of Death and Dying, 2022
5*2022
Mediated Associations Between Religious Coping, Self-Regulation, and Psychological Distress Vary for Young Muslim Men and Women in Lahore, Pakistan
MS Shameem Fatima, Nida Mehmood
Journal of Religion and Health, 2021
5*2021
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