21st Psychology days in Zadar: Book of Selected Proceedings


Andrea Tokić (ed)
University of Zadar


Psychology Days in Zadar is an international conference organized biennially by the Department of Psychology of the University of Zadar. It started over 40 years ago and it has evolved over decades into a recognizable psychology conference that attracts many researchers from Croatia and abroad.
The 21st Psychology Days conference in Zadar was held on May 24‐26 2018. It was organized by an international organizational‐scientific committee and gathered over 330 active participants from Spain, Slovenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Macedonia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Austria, Russia, Netherlands, Norway, Turkey and USA. At conference, 130 papers were presented through four invited lectures, two symposia, twelve oral sessions, two poster sessions and four workshops.
Encouraged with authors` interest and positive experiences regarding previous editions of Book of Selected Proceedings (after 15th and 20th Psychology Days), we have decided to invite authors who participated at 21st Psychology Days, to send their papers for publishing in the Book of Selected Proceedings of 21st Psychology Days in Zadar.


  • Introduction
  • Teachers’ Emotions and Emotion Regulation
    An Overview of Contemporary Research Findings
    Irena Burić
  • Big Data Between Technology and Science
    Challenges for Psychology and Social Sciences
    Bojan Musil, Nenad Čuš Babič
  • Stress among Humanitarian Deminers
    the Role of Family Support, Work-to-Family Conflict and Factors Related to Mental Help-Seeking
    Marija Brajković, Dora Popović, Petra Žukina, Sanja Budimir
  • Preliminary Findings of a Single Session of Non-Invansive Brain Stimulation over Parietal Lobe and Performance on Spatial Memory Task
    Marija V. Čolić, Uroš Konstantinović, Jovana Bjekić, Saša R. Filipović
  • Life Satisfaction Determinants in Older Adults
    Do Different Living Arrangements Count?
    Jasminka Despot Lučanin, Damir Lučanin, Adrijana Košćec Bjelajac, Eva Anđela Delale, Marina Štambuk
  • Reading Habits of Croatian Citizens
    Marina Kotrla Topić
  • Does Art Expression Help Mood Regulation?
    Josip Kresović, Matilda Nikolić Ivanišević
  • Testing the Fisher’s Temperament Model on a Croatian Sample
    Ana Lucić, Nataša Šimić
  • What is Humility and Do We Need It? Validating a Humility Questionnaire
    Jasmina Mehulić, Margareta Jelić
  • Emotional Problems and Specific Irrational Beliefs of Children and Adolescents Suffering from Headaches
    Marina Perković Kovačević, Maja Buljubašić, Anja Kereta
  • Personality and Dressing Style
    Cues and Stereotypes
    Maja Ribar, Denis Bratko
  • Who’s That girl? Facial Appearance Based Inferences
    Dora Trgovec, Ines Sučić, Anja Wertag, Tiffany Matej Hrkalović, Vanja Oparnica, Marta Šojat, Jelena Žipkovski
  • Predicting Work and Family Conflict Using Personal Values, Work Characteristics and Family Functioning Perceptions from Both Spouses
    Ana Šimunić
  • The Role of Personality and Sensation Seeking in Understanding Sociosexuality
    Dora Trgovec, Josipa Šimac, Klara Janečić
  • Social Identities and Attitudes towards Assimilationism and Multiculturalism in Four Multiethnic Communities
    Ena Uzelac, Margareta Jelić
  • The Impact of the Length and Solvability of Anagrams on Performance and Metacognitive Judgments
    Pavle Valerjev, Marin Dujmović
  • Premature Birth
    Social Support as a Predictor of Positive and Negative Aspects of Maternal Well-Being
    Marina Vidaković, Jelena Ombla
  • Personality Traits, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Justice as Determinants of Burnout in Teachers
    Ivana Zečević, Biljana Marković, Nela Marinković



April 29, 2020

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