Dr. Shameem Fatima
Dr. Shameem Fatima
COMSATS University, Lahore
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
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
Dysexecutive Syndromes Clinical and Experimental Perspectives
A Ardila, S Fatima, M Rosselli
Springer, 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
Association of parent–child relationships and executive functioning in South Asian adolescents.
S Fatima, H Sheikh, A Ardila
Neuropsychology 30 (1), 65, 2016
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
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
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
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
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
Conditional indirect relations between executive functions,emotion regulation, and Machiavellianism in young men and women
S Fatima, Z Shahid
Personality and Individual Differences, 2020
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
Executive functions, parental punishment, and aggression: Direct and moderated relations
S Fatima, I Sharif
Social neuroscience 12 (6), 717-729, 2017
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
Cognitive control and criminogenic cognitions in south asian gamblers
S Fatima, M Jamil, A Ardila
Journal of gambling studies 35, 501-516, 2019
Aggression in adolescents as a function of parent-child relationship
S Fatima, MH Sheikh
Pakistan Journal of psychology 40 (2), 2009
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
Executive Dysfunctions in Autism Spectrum Disorders
S Fatima
Dysexecutive Syndromes Clinical and Experimental Perspectives, 2019
Translation and adaptation of parent-child relationship scale into Urdu language
S Fatima, H Sheikh
Journal of Behavioural Sciences 24 (1), 98-114, 2014
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
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
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20