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Како поступати у кризним ситуацијама : препоруке за школску заједницу

Gutvajn, Nikoleta; Drobac, Ana; Đerić, Ivana; Kovačević-Lepojević, Marina; Jošić, Smiljana; Micić, Isidora; Radanović, Ana; Trajković, Marija; Tadić, Violeta; Džinović, Vladimir; Ševkušić, Slavica

(Београд : Институт за педагошка истраживања, 2023)

TY  - GEN
AU  - Gutvajn, Nikoleta
AU  - Drobac, Ana
AU  - Đerić, Ivana
AU  - Kovačević-Lepojević, Marina
AU  - Jošić, Smiljana
AU  - Micić, Isidora
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Trajković, Marija
AU  - Tadić, Violeta
AU  - Džinović, Vladimir
AU  - Ševkušić, Slavica
PY  - 2023
UR  - https://www.ipisr.org.rs/images/publikacije/kako-postupati-u-kriznim-situacijamapreporuke-za-školsku-zajednicu
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/940
AB  - Поштовани и драги наставници, стручни сарадници и директори школа,
Поводом трагичног догађаја у основној школи „Владислав Рибникар“ у Београду,
обраћамо вам се да бисмо вам показали да нисте сами. Ми, сарадници Института за
педагошка истраживања, смо уз вас као што сте и ви увек уз нас, спремни да сарађујете
и помогнете нам у нашим истраживачким активностима.
Осим што утиче на појединце који су директно њиме погођени, овај трагични догађај
може пореметити образовни процес у целини и утицати на све учеснике школског
живота и ширу заједницу. Школе треба да буду позитивна средина за учење и поучавање
која ученицима и запосленима пружа осећај континуитета, сигурности и припадности.
У овом кризном периоду пред вас се постављају веома висока очекивања – да наставите
одговорно да испуњавате своје свакодневне школске обавезе и да будете подршка
и ослонац својим ученицима у превазилажењу трауматских искустава. Притом, лако
се може изгубити из вида да сте и ви сведоци трагичног догађаја и да и вама треба
додатна снага и подршка да бисте одговорили на овај изазов.
Питате се какво понашање можете да очекујете од ученика и како да комуницирате
са њима у околностима које су стресне и неуобичајене. Свесни смо да је ваше богато
педагошко искуство ваш најснажнији ресурс, али нико не може бити потпуно спреман
за изазове овог типа. Овај приручник вам пружа основне препоруке на које можете да
се ослоните у кризним ситуацијама у раду са ученицима.
Мај, 2023. године
AB  - Poštovani i dragi nastavnici, stručni saradnici i direktori škola,
Povodom tragičnog događaja u osnovnoj školi „Vladislav Ribnikar“ u Beogradu,
obraćamo vam se da bismo vam pokazali da niste sami. Mi, saradnici Instituta za
pedagoška istraživanja, smo uz vas kao što ste i vi uvek uz nas, spremni da sarađujete
i pomognete nam u našim istraživačkim aktivnostima.
Osim što utiče na pojedince koji su direktno njime pogođeni, ovaj tragični događaj
može poremetiti obrazovni proces u celini i uticati na sve učesnike školskog
života i širu zajednicu. Škole treba da budu pozitivna sredina za učenje i poučavanje
koja učenicima i zaposlenima pruža osećaj kontinuiteta, sigurnosti i pripadnosti.
U ovom kriznom periodu pred vas se postavljaju veoma visoka očekivanja – da nastavite
odgovorno da ispunjavate svoje svakodnevne školske obaveze i da budete podrška
i oslonac svojim učenicima u prevazilaženju traumatskih iskustava. Pritom, lako
se može izgubiti iz vida da ste i vi svedoci tragičnog događaja i da i vama treba
dodatna snaga i podrška da biste odgovorili na ovaj izazov.
Pitate se kakvo ponašanje možete da očekujete od učenika i kako da komunicirate
sa njima u okolnostima koje su stresne i neuobičajene. Svesni smo da je vaše bogato
pedagoško iskustvo vaš najsnažniji resurs, ali niko ne može biti potpuno spreman
za izazove ovog tipa. Ovaj priručnik vam pruža osnovne preporuke na koje možete da
se oslonite u kriznim situacijama u radu sa učenicima.
Maj, 2023. godine
PB  - Београд : Институт за педагошка истраживања
T1  - Како поступати у кризним ситуацијама : препоруке за школску заједницу
T1  - Kako postupati u kriznim situacijama : preporuke za školsku zajednicu
EP  - 23
SP  - 3
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_940
ER  - 
@misc{
author = "Gutvajn, Nikoleta and Drobac, Ana and Đerić, Ivana and Kovačević-Lepojević, Marina and Jošić, Smiljana and Micić, Isidora and Radanović, Ana and Trajković, Marija and Tadić, Violeta and Džinović, Vladimir and Ševkušić, Slavica",
year = "2023",
abstract = "Поштовани и драги наставници, стручни сарадници и директори школа,
Поводом трагичног догађаја у основној школи „Владислав Рибникар“ у Београду,
обраћамо вам се да бисмо вам показали да нисте сами. Ми, сарадници Института за
педагошка истраживања, смо уз вас као што сте и ви увек уз нас, спремни да сарађујете
и помогнете нам у нашим истраживачким активностима.
Осим што утиче на појединце који су директно њиме погођени, овај трагични догађај
може пореметити образовни процес у целини и утицати на све учеснике школског
живота и ширу заједницу. Школе треба да буду позитивна средина за учење и поучавање
која ученицима и запосленима пружа осећај континуитета, сигурности и припадности.
У овом кризном периоду пред вас се постављају веома висока очекивања – да наставите
одговорно да испуњавате своје свакодневне школске обавезе и да будете подршка
и ослонац својим ученицима у превазилажењу трауматских искустава. Притом, лако
се може изгубити из вида да сте и ви сведоци трагичног догађаја и да и вама треба
додатна снага и подршка да бисте одговорили на овај изазов.
Питате се какво понашање можете да очекујете од ученика и како да комуницирате
са њима у околностима које су стресне и неуобичајене. Свесни смо да је ваше богато
педагошко искуство ваш најснажнији ресурс, али нико не може бити потпуно спреман
за изазове овог типа. Овај приручник вам пружа основне препоруке на које можете да
се ослоните у кризним ситуацијама у раду са ученицима.
Мај, 2023. године, Poštovani i dragi nastavnici, stručni saradnici i direktori škola,
Povodom tragičnog događaja u osnovnoj školi „Vladislav Ribnikar“ u Beogradu,
obraćamo vam se da bismo vam pokazali da niste sami. Mi, saradnici Instituta za
pedagoška istraživanja, smo uz vas kao što ste i vi uvek uz nas, spremni da sarađujete
i pomognete nam u našim istraživačkim aktivnostima.
Osim što utiče na pojedince koji su direktno njime pogođeni, ovaj tragični događaj
može poremetiti obrazovni proces u celini i uticati na sve učesnike školskog
života i širu zajednicu. Škole treba da budu pozitivna sredina za učenje i poučavanje
koja učenicima i zaposlenima pruža osećaj kontinuiteta, sigurnosti i pripadnosti.
U ovom kriznom periodu pred vas se postavljaju veoma visoka očekivanja – da nastavite
odgovorno da ispunjavate svoje svakodnevne školske obaveze i da budete podrška
i oslonac svojim učenicima u prevazilaženju traumatskih iskustava. Pritom, lako
se može izgubiti iz vida da ste i vi svedoci tragičnog događaja i da i vama treba
dodatna snaga i podrška da biste odgovorili na ovaj izazov.
Pitate se kakvo ponašanje možete da očekujete od učenika i kako da komunicirate
sa njima u okolnostima koje su stresne i neuobičajene. Svesni smo da je vaše bogato
pedagoško iskustvo vaš najsnažniji resurs, ali niko ne može biti potpuno spreman
za izazove ovog tipa. Ovaj priručnik vam pruža osnovne preporuke na koje možete da
se oslonite u kriznim situacijama u radu sa učenicima.
Maj, 2023. godine",
publisher = "Београд : Институт за педагошка истраживања",
title = "Како поступати у кризним ситуацијама : препоруке за школску заједницу, Kako postupati u kriznim situacijama : preporuke za školsku zajednicu",
pages = "23-3",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_940"
}
Gutvajn, N., Drobac, A., Đerić, I., Kovačević-Lepojević, M., Jošić, S., Micić, I., Radanović, A., Trajković, M., Tadić, V., Džinović, V.,& Ševkušić, S.. (2023). Како поступати у кризним ситуацијама : препоруке за школску заједницу. 
Београд : Институт за педагошка истраживања., 3-23.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_940
Gutvajn N, Drobac A, Đerić I, Kovačević-Lepojević M, Jošić S, Micić I, Radanović A, Trajković M, Tadić V, Džinović V, Ševkušić S. Како поступати у кризним ситуацијама : препоруке за школску заједницу. 2023;:3-23.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_940 .
Gutvajn, Nikoleta, Drobac, Ana, Đerić, Ivana, Kovačević-Lepojević, Marina, Jošić, Smiljana, Micić, Isidora, Radanović, Ana, Trajković, Marija, Tadić, Violeta, Džinović, Vladimir, Ševkušić, Slavica, "Како поступати у кризним ситуацијама : препоруке за школску заједницу" (2023):3-23,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_940 .

How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?

Grujicic, Roberto; Toskovic, Oliver; Lazarević, Ljiljana B.; Mandic-Maravic, Vanja; Mitkovic-Voncina, Marija; Radanović, Ana; Radosavljev-Kircanski, Jelena; Videnović, Marina; Pekmezovic, Tatjana; Pejovic Milovancevic, Milica

(2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Grujicic, Roberto
AU  - Toskovic, Oliver
AU  - Lazarević, Ljiljana B.
AU  - Mandic-Maravic, Vanja
AU  - Mitkovic-Voncina, Marija
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Radosavljev-Kircanski, Jelena
AU  - Videnović, Marina
AU  - Pekmezovic, Tatjana
AU  - Pejovic Milovancevic, Milica
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/908
AB  - Corporal punishment (CP) is a widely spread disciplining practice among parents and caregivers globally. Our paper aimed to explore the relationship between the parental attitudes towards CP, expected outcomes of CP, and parenting practices on one hand, with the reported dysfunctions of their children, on the other. Additionally, we aimed to explore the relationship between the use of CP and the reported academic, developmental, and psychological–emotional dysfunctions of their children. The present study involved a nationally representative sample of 1186 parents in Serbia, who had at least one child aged 0–18 years at the moment of interviewing. The parents filled out a series of questionnaires on their attitudes towards CP, expectations of CP outcomes, and their parental practices. Findings indicate that parents that report having a child with dysfunctions have positive attitudes towards CP and expect positive outcomes of CP. These parents also report using more CP as a disciplining method, as well as other harsh disciplining practices. We also identified parental positive expectations of CP, use of physical assault, psychological aggression, neglect as significant predictors of reported child dysfunctions severity. Having all the results in mind, we can assume that children with health-related and school-related issues might be at potential risk of further maltreatment.
T2  - European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
T2  - European Child & Adolescent PsychiatryEur Child Adolesc Psychiatry
T1  - How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?
DO  - 10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Grujicic, Roberto and Toskovic, Oliver and Lazarević, Ljiljana B. and Mandic-Maravic, Vanja and Mitkovic-Voncina, Marija and Radanović, Ana and Radosavljev-Kircanski, Jelena and Videnović, Marina and Pekmezovic, Tatjana and Pejovic Milovancevic, Milica",
year = "2022",
abstract = "Corporal punishment (CP) is a widely spread disciplining practice among parents and caregivers globally. Our paper aimed to explore the relationship between the parental attitudes towards CP, expected outcomes of CP, and parenting practices on one hand, with the reported dysfunctions of their children, on the other. Additionally, we aimed to explore the relationship between the use of CP and the reported academic, developmental, and psychological–emotional dysfunctions of their children. The present study involved a nationally representative sample of 1186 parents in Serbia, who had at least one child aged 0–18 years at the moment of interviewing. The parents filled out a series of questionnaires on their attitudes towards CP, expectations of CP outcomes, and their parental practices. Findings indicate that parents that report having a child with dysfunctions have positive attitudes towards CP and expect positive outcomes of CP. These parents also report using more CP as a disciplining method, as well as other harsh disciplining practices. We also identified parental positive expectations of CP, use of physical assault, psychological aggression, neglect as significant predictors of reported child dysfunctions severity. Having all the results in mind, we can assume that children with health-related and school-related issues might be at potential risk of further maltreatment.",
journal = "European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, European Child & Adolescent PsychiatryEur Child Adolesc Psychiatry",
title = "How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?",
doi = "10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z"
}
Grujicic, R., Toskovic, O., Lazarević, L. B., Mandic-Maravic, V., Mitkovic-Voncina, M., Radanović, A., Radosavljev-Kircanski, J., Videnović, M., Pekmezovic, T.,& Pejovic Milovancevic, M.. (2022). How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?. in European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z
Grujicic R, Toskovic O, Lazarević LB, Mandic-Maravic V, Mitkovic-Voncina M, Radanović A, Radosavljev-Kircanski J, Videnović M, Pekmezovic T, Pejovic Milovancevic M. How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?. in European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 2022;.
doi:10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z .
Grujicic, Roberto, Toskovic, Oliver, Lazarević, Ljiljana B., Mandic-Maravic, Vanja, Mitkovic-Voncina, Marija, Radanović, Ana, Radosavljev-Kircanski, Jelena, Videnović, Marina, Pekmezovic, Tatjana, Pejovic Milovancevic, Milica, "How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?" in European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (2022),
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z . .

How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?

Grujicic, Roberto; Toskovic, Oliver; Lazarević, Ljiljana B.; Mandic-Maravic, Vanja; Mitkovic-Voncina, Marija; Radanović, Ana; Radosavljev-Kircanski, Jelena; Videnović, Marina; Pekmezovic, Tatjana; Pejovic Milovancevic, Milica

(2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Grujicic, Roberto
AU  - Toskovic, Oliver
AU  - Lazarević, Ljiljana B.
AU  - Mandic-Maravic, Vanja
AU  - Mitkovic-Voncina, Marija
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Radosavljev-Kircanski, Jelena
AU  - Videnović, Marina
AU  - Pekmezovic, Tatjana
AU  - Pejovic Milovancevic, Milica
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/907
AB  - Corporal punishment (CP) is a widely spread disciplining practice among parents and caregivers globally. Our paper aimed to explore the relationship between the parental attitudes towards CP, expected outcomes of CP, and parenting practices on one hand, with the reported dysfunctions of their children, on the other. Additionally, we aimed to explore the relationship between the use of CP and the reported academic, developmental, and psychological–emotional dysfunctions of their children. The present study involved a nationally representative sample of 1186 parents in Serbia, who had at least one child aged 0–18 years at the moment of interviewing. The parents filled out a series of questionnaires on their attitudes towards CP, expectations of CP outcomes, and their parental practices. Findings indicate that parents that report having a child with dysfunctions have positive attitudes towards CP and expect positive outcomes of CP. These parents also report using more CP as a disciplining method, as well as other harsh disciplining practices. We also identified parental positive expectations of CP, use of physical assault, psychological aggression, neglect as significant predictors of reported child dysfunctions severity. Having all the results in mind, we can assume that children with health-related and school-related issues might be at potential risk of further maltreatment.
T2  - European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
T2  - European Child & Adolescent PsychiatryEur Child Adolesc Psychiatry
T1  - How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?
DO  - 10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Grujicic, Roberto and Toskovic, Oliver and Lazarević, Ljiljana B. and Mandic-Maravic, Vanja and Mitkovic-Voncina, Marija and Radanović, Ana and Radosavljev-Kircanski, Jelena and Videnović, Marina and Pekmezovic, Tatjana and Pejovic Milovancevic, Milica",
year = "2022",
abstract = "Corporal punishment (CP) is a widely spread disciplining practice among parents and caregivers globally. Our paper aimed to explore the relationship between the parental attitudes towards CP, expected outcomes of CP, and parenting practices on one hand, with the reported dysfunctions of their children, on the other. Additionally, we aimed to explore the relationship between the use of CP and the reported academic, developmental, and psychological–emotional dysfunctions of their children. The present study involved a nationally representative sample of 1186 parents in Serbia, who had at least one child aged 0–18 years at the moment of interviewing. The parents filled out a series of questionnaires on their attitudes towards CP, expectations of CP outcomes, and their parental practices. Findings indicate that parents that report having a child with dysfunctions have positive attitudes towards CP and expect positive outcomes of CP. These parents also report using more CP as a disciplining method, as well as other harsh disciplining practices. We also identified parental positive expectations of CP, use of physical assault, psychological aggression, neglect as significant predictors of reported child dysfunctions severity. Having all the results in mind, we can assume that children with health-related and school-related issues might be at potential risk of further maltreatment.",
journal = "European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, European Child & Adolescent PsychiatryEur Child Adolesc Psychiatry",
title = "How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?",
doi = "10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z"
}
Grujicic, R., Toskovic, O., Lazarević, L. B., Mandic-Maravic, V., Mitkovic-Voncina, M., Radanović, A., Radosavljev-Kircanski, J., Videnović, M., Pekmezovic, T.,& Pejovic Milovancevic, M.. (2022). How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?. in European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z
Grujicic R, Toskovic O, Lazarević LB, Mandic-Maravic V, Mitkovic-Voncina M, Radanović A, Radosavljev-Kircanski J, Videnović M, Pekmezovic T, Pejovic Milovancevic M. How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?. in European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry. 2022;.
doi:10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z .
Grujicic, Roberto, Toskovic, Oliver, Lazarević, Ljiljana B., Mandic-Maravic, Vanja, Mitkovic-Voncina, Marija, Radanović, Ana, Radosavljev-Kircanski, Jelena, Videnović, Marina, Pekmezovic, Tatjana, Pejovic Milovancevic, Milica, "How are parental practices and attitudes towards corporal punishment related to child academic, developmental, or psychological–emotional dysfunctioning?" in European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry (2022),
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-022-02061-z . .

Shaping future doctors’ minds: effects of biological and social models on medical students’ views on depression

Kostić, Milutin; Radanović, Ana; Jovanović, Sonja

(Springer, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Kostić, Milutin
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Jovanović, Sonja
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/630
AB  - Objective The aim of this study was to explore how changes in biologically based narratives versus socially focused ones affect
medical students’ perceptions of causes, treatment strategies, and social distance towards patients and their beliefs that patients
can improve.
Methods The sample consisted of 1652 medical students of 18 to 32 years of age from the Faculty ofMedicine at the University
of Belgrade. Three text passages describing a female with standard symptoms of depression were randomly assigned. Within the
text, additional information about different circumstances was included: information about personal problems (group S), family
mental disorder history (group B), or both (group BS).
Results Although family history of mental illness does not necessarily imply heredity, group B assumed a biological cause of
depression to be more probable and identified medication prescription as a more effective treatment approach than the other
groups did. Changes in views towards treatment strategies from the first year to later years were observed with the medical model
becoming more dominant.
Conclusions The results of this study warn us of a tendency towards thinking less about social causes and more about medication
prescription when an indication of biological causes is present. Implications for the medical education of future doctors and
clinical practitioners are discussed.
PB  - Springer
T2  - Academic Psychiatry
T1  - Shaping future doctors’ minds: effects of biological and social models on medical students’ views on depression
EP  - 209
SP  - 202
VL  - 46,
DO  - 10.1007/s40596-021-01515-x
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Kostić, Milutin and Radanović, Ana and Jovanović, Sonja",
year = "2022",
abstract = "Objective The aim of this study was to explore how changes in biologically based narratives versus socially focused ones affect
medical students’ perceptions of causes, treatment strategies, and social distance towards patients and their beliefs that patients
can improve.
Methods The sample consisted of 1652 medical students of 18 to 32 years of age from the Faculty ofMedicine at the University
of Belgrade. Three text passages describing a female with standard symptoms of depression were randomly assigned. Within the
text, additional information about different circumstances was included: information about personal problems (group S), family
mental disorder history (group B), or both (group BS).
Results Although family history of mental illness does not necessarily imply heredity, group B assumed a biological cause of
depression to be more probable and identified medication prescription as a more effective treatment approach than the other
groups did. Changes in views towards treatment strategies from the first year to later years were observed with the medical model
becoming more dominant.
Conclusions The results of this study warn us of a tendency towards thinking less about social causes and more about medication
prescription when an indication of biological causes is present. Implications for the medical education of future doctors and
clinical practitioners are discussed.",
publisher = "Springer",
journal = "Academic Psychiatry",
title = "Shaping future doctors’ minds: effects of biological and social models on medical students’ views on depression",
pages = "209-202",
volume = "46,",
doi = "10.1007/s40596-021-01515-x"
}
Kostić, M., Radanović, A.,& Jovanović, S.. (2022). Shaping future doctors’ minds: effects of biological and social models on medical students’ views on depression. in Academic Psychiatry
Springer., 46,, 202-209.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s40596-021-01515-x
Kostić M, Radanović A, Jovanović S. Shaping future doctors’ minds: effects of biological and social models on medical students’ views on depression. in Academic Psychiatry. 2022;46,:202-209.
doi:10.1007/s40596-021-01515-x .
Kostić, Milutin, Radanović, Ana, Jovanović, Sonja, "Shaping future doctors’ minds: effects of biological and social models on medical students’ views on depression" in Academic Psychiatry, 46, (2022):202-209,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s40596-021-01515-x . .
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Nonsuicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) in Serbia: Nationally representative sample study

Radanović, Ana; Kostić, Milutin; Pejović-Milovančević, Milica; Tošković, Oliver; Videnović, Marina; Mitković-Vončina, Marija; Radosavljev-Kirćanski, Jelena; Mandić-Maravić, Vanja; Lazarević, Ljiljana B.

(Elsevier, 2022)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Kostić, Milutin
AU  - Pejović-Milovančević, Milica
AU  - Tošković, Oliver
AU  - Videnović, Marina
AU  - Mitković-Vončina, Marija
AU  - Radosavljev-Kirćanski, Jelena
AU  - Mandić-Maravić, Vanja
AU  - Lazarević, Ljiljana B.
PY  - 2022
UR  - https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2772598722000320
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/813
AB  - Although NSSI has been drawing the attention of researchers intensely for the last 30 years, to date there is no published study about rates of NSSI behaviors in countries of south-eastern Europe. The study aimed to explore NSSI in the Republic of Serbia. Data were collected using multistage random sampling. The final sample consisted of 2792 participants (57.4% female) while the NSSI subsample consisted of 405 participants (54.3% males). Results showed the NSSI rate in Serbia is 4.3% based on a percentage of people who answered affirmatively to lifetime NSSI engagement. However, when the percentage of people who reported at least one positive answer through the NSSI behaviors checklist, the rate rises to 14.5%. The most frequent NSSI behavior is wound picking. NSSI rate drops to 8.8% when wound picking is excluded. Those engaged in NSSI were more likely to report suicide attempts and seek professional help than those who did not report NSSI. Gender differences in NSSI frequency are found only in cases of headbanging and burning oneself. This study showed the scope of NSSI-related problems is similar in Serbia compared to other countries. It also raised questions about the lack of preventive programs and treatment strategies for dealing with NSSI in Serbia.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - Psychiatry Research Communications
T2  - Psychiatry Research CommunicationsPsychiatry Research Communications
T1  - Nonsuicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) in Serbia: Nationally representative sample study
IS  - 3
SP  - 100051
VL  - 2
DO  - 10.1016/j.psycom.2022.100051
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Radanović, Ana and Kostić, Milutin and Pejović-Milovančević, Milica and Tošković, Oliver and Videnović, Marina and Mitković-Vončina, Marija and Radosavljev-Kirćanski, Jelena and Mandić-Maravić, Vanja and Lazarević, Ljiljana B.",
year = "2022",
abstract = "Although NSSI has been drawing the attention of researchers intensely for the last 30 years, to date there is no published study about rates of NSSI behaviors in countries of south-eastern Europe. The study aimed to explore NSSI in the Republic of Serbia. Data were collected using multistage random sampling. The final sample consisted of 2792 participants (57.4% female) while the NSSI subsample consisted of 405 participants (54.3% males). Results showed the NSSI rate in Serbia is 4.3% based on a percentage of people who answered affirmatively to lifetime NSSI engagement. However, when the percentage of people who reported at least one positive answer through the NSSI behaviors checklist, the rate rises to 14.5%. The most frequent NSSI behavior is wound picking. NSSI rate drops to 8.8% when wound picking is excluded. Those engaged in NSSI were more likely to report suicide attempts and seek professional help than those who did not report NSSI. Gender differences in NSSI frequency are found only in cases of headbanging and burning oneself. This study showed the scope of NSSI-related problems is similar in Serbia compared to other countries. It also raised questions about the lack of preventive programs and treatment strategies for dealing with NSSI in Serbia.",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "Psychiatry Research Communications, Psychiatry Research CommunicationsPsychiatry Research Communications",
title = "Nonsuicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) in Serbia: Nationally representative sample study",
number = "3",
pages = "100051",
volume = "2",
doi = "10.1016/j.psycom.2022.100051"
}
Radanović, A., Kostić, M., Pejović-Milovančević, M., Tošković, O., Videnović, M., Mitković-Vončina, M., Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J., Mandić-Maravić, V.,& Lazarević, L. B.. (2022). Nonsuicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) in Serbia: Nationally representative sample study. in Psychiatry Research Communications
Elsevier., 2(3), 100051.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psycom.2022.100051
Radanović A, Kostić M, Pejović-Milovančević M, Tošković O, Videnović M, Mitković-Vončina M, Radosavljev-Kirćanski J, Mandić-Maravić V, Lazarević LB. Nonsuicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) in Serbia: Nationally representative sample study. in Psychiatry Research Communications. 2022;2(3):100051.
doi:10.1016/j.psycom.2022.100051 .
Radanović, Ana, Kostić, Milutin, Pejović-Milovančević, Milica, Tošković, Oliver, Videnović, Marina, Mitković-Vončina, Marija, Radosavljev-Kirćanski, Jelena, Mandić-Maravić, Vanja, Lazarević, Ljiljana B., "Nonsuicidal Self-Injury (NSSI) in Serbia: Nationally representative sample study" in Psychiatry Research Communications, 2, no. 3 (2022):100051,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.psycom.2022.100051 . .
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Имплицитные теории психического здоровья и болезней: Значимость и методика исследования

Radanović, Ana; Stojanović, Marija

(Москва : РУДН, 2022)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Stojanović, Marija
PY  - 2022
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/912
AB  - В статье обсуждаются важность и методология изучения
имплицитных теорий в целом, а также конкретных имплицитных
теорий о психических заболеваниях. Упоминаются результаты
исследований неявных теорий о конкретных психических заболева-
ниях. Обсуждается важность результатов исследований для их
использования в дальнейшей клинической, терапевтической и обра-
зовательной практике.
AB  - The paper discusses the importance and methodology of examining
implicit theories in general as well as specific implicit theories about
mental illnesses. Research findings on implicit theories about specific
mental illnesses are mentioned and the importance of the findings for
research, clinical, therapeutic, and educational practice is discussed.
PB  - Москва : РУДН
C3  - Приверженность вопросам психического здоровья
T1  - Имплицитные теории психического здоровья и болезней: Значимость и методика исследования
T1  - Implicit theories of mental health and illness: importance and methodology of examination
EP  - 268
SP  - 261
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_912
ER  - 
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author = "Radanović, Ana and Stojanović, Marija",
year = "2022",
abstract = "В статье обсуждаются важность и методология изучения
имплицитных теорий в целом, а также конкретных имплицитных
теорий о психических заболеваниях. Упоминаются результаты
исследований неявных теорий о конкретных психических заболева-
ниях. Обсуждается важность результатов исследований для их
использования в дальнейшей клинической, терапевтической и обра-
зовательной практике., The paper discusses the importance and methodology of examining
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mental illnesses are mentioned and the importance of the findings for
research, clinical, therapeutic, and educational practice is discussed.",
publisher = "Москва : РУДН",
journal = "Приверженность вопросам психического здоровья",
title = "Имплицитные теории психического здоровья и болезней: Значимость и методика исследования, Implicit theories of mental health and illness: importance and methodology of examination",
pages = "268-261",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_912"
}
Radanović, A.,& Stojanović, M.. (2022). Имплицитные теории психического здоровья и болезней: Значимость и методика исследования. in Приверженность вопросам психического здоровья
Москва : РУДН., 261-268.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_912
Radanović A, Stojanović M. Имплицитные теории психического здоровья и болезней: Значимость и методика исследования. in Приверженность вопросам психического здоровья. 2022;:261-268.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_912 .
Radanović, Ana, Stojanović, Marija, "Имплицитные теории психического здоровья и болезней: Значимость и методика исследования" in Приверженность вопросам психического здоровья (2022):261-268,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_912 .

Supplementary data for article: Radanović, A.; Micić, I.; Pavlović, S.; Krstić, K. Don’t Think That Kids Aren’t Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children’s Fear of COVID-19. Frontiers in Psychology 2021, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952.

Radanović, Ana; Micić, Isidora; Pavlović, Svetlana; Krstić, Ksenija

(Frontiers Media, 2021)

TY  - GEN
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Micić, Isidora
AU  - Pavlović, Svetlana
AU  - Krstić, Ksenija
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/356
AB  - The Supplementary Material for this article can be found
online at: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fpsyg.
2021.635952/full#supplementary-material
PB  - Frontiers Media
T2  - Front Psychol
T1  - Supplementary data for article: Radanović, A.; Micić, I.; Pavlović, S.; Krstić, K. Don’t Think That Kids Aren’t Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children’s Fear of COVID-19. Frontiers in Psychology 2021, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952.
EP  - 3
SP  - 1
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_356
ER  - 
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2021.635952/full#supplementary-material",
publisher = "Frontiers Media",
journal = "Front Psychol",
title = "Supplementary data for article: Radanović, A.; Micić, I.; Pavlović, S.; Krstić, K. Don’t Think That Kids Aren’t Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children’s Fear of COVID-19. Frontiers in Psychology 2021, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952.",
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Radanović, A., Micić, I., Pavlović, S.,& Krstić, K.. (2021). Supplementary data for article: Radanović, A.; Micić, I.; Pavlović, S.; Krstić, K. Don’t Think That Kids Aren’t Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children’s Fear of COVID-19. Frontiers in Psychology 2021, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952.. in Front Psychol
Frontiers Media., 1-3.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_356
Radanović A, Micić I, Pavlović S, Krstić K. Supplementary data for article: Radanović, A.; Micić, I.; Pavlović, S.; Krstić, K. Don’t Think That Kids Aren’t Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children’s Fear of COVID-19. Frontiers in Psychology 2021, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952.. in Front Psychol. 2021;:1-3.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_356 .
Radanović, Ana, Micić, Isidora, Pavlović, Svetlana, Krstić, Ksenija, "Supplementary data for article: Radanović, A.; Micić, I.; Pavlović, S.; Krstić, K. Don’t Think That Kids Aren’t Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children’s Fear of COVID-19. Frontiers in Psychology 2021, 12. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952." in Front Psychol (2021):1-3,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_356 .

Don't Think That Kids Aren't Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children's Fear of COVID-19

Radanović, Ana; Micić, Isidora; Pavlović, Svetlana; Krstić, Ksenija

(Frontiers Media, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Micić, Isidora
AU  - Pavlović, Svetlana
AU  - Krstić, Ksenija
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/355
AB  - The present study is couched within Rachman’s three-pathway theory of fear acquisition (Rachman 1977, 1991). Besides the direct contact with the objects of fear, this model also includes two indirect pathways to fear acquisition: negative information transmission and modelling. The study aims to explore the contribution of these three factors to the level of children’s fear of COVID-19. The sample consisted of 376 children (59.6% girls), aged 7 to 19 (Mage = 12.77 SDage = 3.57), and one of their parents (Mage = 42.88, SDage = 6.00). The survey was conducted online during the COVID-19 national state of emergency in the Republic of Serbia. The children assessed their fear of COVID-19, general fearfulness, negative information transmission and modelling by their parents, as well as the level of exposure to negative information outside their home. The parents assessed their own fear of COVID-19 and trait anxiety. Parents’ anxiety, children’s age, and children’s general fearfulness were used as covariates. The results of our path analysis provide support for Rachman’s notion of indirect pathways. The more the parents were afraid of COVID-19, the more they expressed this (either verbally or through their behaviour), which in turn led to an increase in the children’s fear of COVID-19. Furthermore, children’s exposure to negative information related to COVID-19, provided by their teachers and peers or stemming from the media, directly contributed to the level of children’s fear. The results of the study emphasize the importance of caregivers’ behaviour during global health crises and provide some clues as to what caregivers may do to protect their children’s mental health in such circumstances.
PB  - Frontiers Media
T2  - Frontiers in Psychology
T1  - Don't Think That Kids Aren't Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children's Fear of COVID-19
VL  - 12
DO  - 10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952
ER  - 
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author = "Radanović, Ana and Micić, Isidora and Pavlović, Svetlana and Krstić, Ksenija",
year = "2021",
abstract = "The present study is couched within Rachman’s three-pathway theory of fear acquisition (Rachman 1977, 1991). Besides the direct contact with the objects of fear, this model also includes two indirect pathways to fear acquisition: negative information transmission and modelling. The study aims to explore the contribution of these three factors to the level of children’s fear of COVID-19. The sample consisted of 376 children (59.6% girls), aged 7 to 19 (Mage = 12.77 SDage = 3.57), and one of their parents (Mage = 42.88, SDage = 6.00). The survey was conducted online during the COVID-19 national state of emergency in the Republic of Serbia. The children assessed their fear of COVID-19, general fearfulness, negative information transmission and modelling by their parents, as well as the level of exposure to negative information outside their home. The parents assessed their own fear of COVID-19 and trait anxiety. Parents’ anxiety, children’s age, and children’s general fearfulness were used as covariates. The results of our path analysis provide support for Rachman’s notion of indirect pathways. The more the parents were afraid of COVID-19, the more they expressed this (either verbally or through their behaviour), which in turn led to an increase in the children’s fear of COVID-19. Furthermore, children’s exposure to negative information related to COVID-19, provided by their teachers and peers or stemming from the media, directly contributed to the level of children’s fear. The results of the study emphasize the importance of caregivers’ behaviour during global health crises and provide some clues as to what caregivers may do to protect their children’s mental health in such circumstances.",
publisher = "Frontiers Media",
journal = "Frontiers in Psychology",
title = "Don't Think That Kids Aren't Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children's Fear of COVID-19",
volume = "12",
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Radanović, A., Micić, I., Pavlović, S.,& Krstić, K.. (2021). Don't Think That Kids Aren't Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children's Fear of COVID-19. in Frontiers in Psychology
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https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952
Radanović A, Micić I, Pavlović S, Krstić K. Don't Think That Kids Aren't Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children's Fear of COVID-19. in Frontiers in Psychology. 2021;12.
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952 .
Radanović, Ana, Micić, Isidora, Pavlović, Svetlana, Krstić, Ksenija, "Don't Think That Kids Aren't Noticing: Indirect Pathways to Children's Fear of COVID-19" in Frontiers in Psychology, 12 (2021),
https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635952 . .
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Trust Me, I am Lying to You: Children’s Ability to Give False Statements and Its Correlates

Milosavljević, Nikola; Radanović, Ana

(Novi Sad : Filozofski fakultet, 2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Milosavljević, Nikola
AU  - Radanović, Ana
PY  - 2021
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/474
AB  - Lying emerges early during preschool age. The focus of previous research has been mainly related to the ability to lie in preschool children. In this research, which uses a new procedure to lie, the aim was to examine the ability to make a false statement in school-age children, as well as the cognitive and social correlates of children's success in making a fabricated narrative. A total of 48 children, 16 children in each studied grade of elementary school (first, fifth and eighth), had the task to construct false autobiographic narratives and report them as convincingly as possible in order to convince others that it really happened to them. The persuasiveness of their video-recorded narratives was assessed by 15 independent observers. Using a specially constructed inventory, assessments of the intelligence, verbal ability, peer group popularity, and antisocial behavior of each child were collected from the class teachers. The results show that children aged 10 to 11 years and children aged 13 to 14 years were assessed as more convincing compared to younger children aged 6 to 7 years. However, there was no difference in the ability to make a fabricated narrative between children aged 10 to 11 and children aged 13 to 14, nor a difference in this ability between girls and boys. Children with higher school achievement and those who were assessed by the class teacher as more intelligent, verbally capable, and more popular among peers were also assessed as more convincing by the group of independent assessors while reporting false autobiographic narratives.
PB  - Novi Sad : Filozofski fakultet
T2  - Primenjena Psihologija
T1  - Trust Me, I am Lying to You:  Children’s Ability to Give False Statements and Its Correlates
EP  - 101
IS  - 1
SP  - 79
VL  - 14
DO  - https://doi.org/10.19090/pp.2021.1.79-101
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Milosavljević, Nikola and Radanović, Ana",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Lying emerges early during preschool age. The focus of previous research has been mainly related to the ability to lie in preschool children. In this research, which uses a new procedure to lie, the aim was to examine the ability to make a false statement in school-age children, as well as the cognitive and social correlates of children's success in making a fabricated narrative. A total of 48 children, 16 children in each studied grade of elementary school (first, fifth and eighth), had the task to construct false autobiographic narratives and report them as convincingly as possible in order to convince others that it really happened to them. The persuasiveness of their video-recorded narratives was assessed by 15 independent observers. Using a specially constructed inventory, assessments of the intelligence, verbal ability, peer group popularity, and antisocial behavior of each child were collected from the class teachers. The results show that children aged 10 to 11 years and children aged 13 to 14 years were assessed as more convincing compared to younger children aged 6 to 7 years. However, there was no difference in the ability to make a fabricated narrative between children aged 10 to 11 and children aged 13 to 14, nor a difference in this ability between girls and boys. Children with higher school achievement and those who were assessed by the class teacher as more intelligent, verbally capable, and more popular among peers were also assessed as more convincing by the group of independent assessors while reporting false autobiographic narratives.",
publisher = "Novi Sad : Filozofski fakultet",
journal = "Primenjena Psihologija",
title = "Trust Me, I am Lying to You:  Children’s Ability to Give False Statements and Its Correlates",
pages = "101-79",
number = "1",
volume = "14",
doi = "https://doi.org/10.19090/pp.2021.1.79-101"
}
Milosavljević, N.,& Radanović, A.. (2021). Trust Me, I am Lying to You:  Children’s Ability to Give False Statements and Its Correlates. in Primenjena Psihologija
Novi Sad : Filozofski fakultet., 14(1), 79-101.
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.19090/pp.2021.1.79-101
Milosavljević N, Radanović A. Trust Me, I am Lying to You:  Children’s Ability to Give False Statements and Its Correlates. in Primenjena Psihologija. 2021;14(1):79-101.
doi:https://doi.org/10.19090/pp.2021.1.79-101 .
Milosavljević, Nikola, Radanović, Ana, "Trust Me, I am Lying to You:  Children’s Ability to Give False Statements and Its Correlates" in Primenjena Psihologija, 14, no. 1 (2021):79-101,
https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.19090/pp.2021.1.79-101 . .

Motivacija kao medijator odnosa između podrške za učenje kod kuće i obrazovnog postignuća: primer čitalačke pismenosti

Radulović, Mladen; Radanović, Ana; Gundogan, Dragana

(Beograd : Institut za pedagoška istraživanja, 2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Radulović, Mladen
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Gundogan, Dragana
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/500
AB  - Teoretičari društvene reprodukcije skloni su da tvrde da porodični faktori, pored toga što utiču
na obrazovno postignuće učenika, definišu i odnos učenika prema obrazovanju. Istovremeno,
među brojnim pedagozima je ustaljena ideja da motivacija učenika direktno doprinosi njihovom
obrazovnom postignuću. Uzimajući u obzir dva pomenuta teorijska polazišta, cilj našeg istraživanja
je da se ispita da li je povezanost između podrškeza učenje koju učenik ima kod kuće i obrazovnog
postignuća posredovana motivacijom učenika. Kako bismo na ovo pitanje odgovorili, koristili smo
podatke prikupljene u više od 50 zemalja u okviru međunarodnog istraživanja razvoja čitalačke
pismenosti ‒ PIRLS 2016. Od svih zemalja koje su učestvovale u ovom ispitivanju, u naše istraživanje
uključene su tri zemlje u kojima je korelacija između podrške za učenje kod kuće i postignuća na testu
čitalačke pismenosti najviša: Slovačka (r = ,57), Bugarska (r = ,52) i Mađarska (r = ,52). Uzorak je činilo
14355 učenika četvrtog razreda osnovne škole, oba pola (50,8% dečaka). Podrška koju učenik ima kod
kuće operacionalizovana je preko opremljenosti domaćinstva (npr. broj knjiga i broj knjiga za decu)
i obrazovno-karijernih karakteristika roditelja (najviši nivo obrazovanja i radna pozicija). Motivacija
za čitanje merena je na osnovu odgovora učenika na 10 pitanja kojima je ispitivan njihov odnos
prema nastavi čitanja i čitanju u slobodno vreme. Za obradu podataka korišćen je makro PROCESS
za SPSS. Rezultati pokazuju da podrška za učenje kod kuće direktno pozitivno predviđa postignuće
(b = 22,52, p < ,01), ali ga predviđa i indirektno preko motivacije (b = 0,47, 95% CI [0,37, 0,58]).
Budući da podrška kod kuće ostvaruje samo mali deo svog efekta na postignuće preko motivacije
(2,1%), u narednim istraživanjima bi trebalo ispitati dodatne potencijalne posrednike ove veze, ne
samo u slučaju čitalačke pismenosti, već i u okviru ostalih sposobnosti, kako bi se detaljnije objasnili
mehanizmi preko kojih podrška koju učenici dobijaju u okviru porodičnog sistema doprinosi razvoju
njihovih različitih sposobnosti.
AB  - Social reproduction theorists tend to acknowledge that family factors, beside the influence on
students’ educational achievement, also define the attitude towards education in general. Additionally,
numerous pedagogists share a widespread idea that students’ motivation directly contributes to their
educational achievement. Taking into consideration two aforementioned theoretical perspectives,
the aim of our investigation is to examine whether the connection between the support for learning
which student receives at home and educational achievement is mediated by the student’s motivation.
In order to answer this question, we used data gathered in more than 50 countries which participated
in the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study ‒ PIRLS 2016. Among all the countries which
participated in this survey, our examination looks into the three countries with the highest correlation
between home support for learning and achievement on the reading literacy test: Slovakia (r = .57),
Bulgaria (r = .52) and Hungary (r = .52). The sample consists of 14355 four-grade elementary school
students of both genders (50.8% male). The support the student has at home is operationalized by
the household resources (for example number of books and children books households possess)
and parents’ educational and occupational features (the highest level of education and job position).
Motivation for reading is measured using the students’ answers to 10 questions related to their
attitude toward reading classes and free-time reading. For the data analysis, macro PROCESS for SPSS
is used. Results indicate that home support for learning directly positively predicts the achievement
(b = 22.52, p < .01), but it also predicts it indirectly via motivation (b = 0.47, 95% CI [0.37, 0.58]). As
the home support realises only a small part of its effect on the achievement via motivation (2.1%),
forthcoming research should examine additional potential mediators of this relation, not just in
terms of reading literacy but also in terms of other abilities, so as to explain in a more detail the
mechanisms through which the support that students receive within the family system contributes
to development of their various abilities.
PB  - Beograd : Institut za pedagoška istraživanja
C3  - Motivacija u obrazovanju između teorije i prakse
T1  - Motivacija kao medijator odnosa između podrške za učenje kod kuće i obrazovnog postignuća: primer čitalačke pismenosti
T1  - Motivation as mediator of relations between home support for learning and educational achievement: example of reading literacy
EP  - 51
SP  - 50
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_500
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Radulović, Mladen and Radanović, Ana and Gundogan, Dragana",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Teoretičari društvene reprodukcije skloni su da tvrde da porodični faktori, pored toga što utiču
na obrazovno postignuće učenika, definišu i odnos učenika prema obrazovanju. Istovremeno,
među brojnim pedagozima je ustaljena ideja da motivacija učenika direktno doprinosi njihovom
obrazovnom postignuću. Uzimajući u obzir dva pomenuta teorijska polazišta, cilj našeg istraživanja
je da se ispita da li je povezanost između podrškeza učenje koju učenik ima kod kuće i obrazovnog
postignuća posredovana motivacijom učenika. Kako bismo na ovo pitanje odgovorili, koristili smo
podatke prikupljene u više od 50 zemalja u okviru međunarodnog istraživanja razvoja čitalačke
pismenosti ‒ PIRLS 2016. Od svih zemalja koje su učestvovale u ovom ispitivanju, u naše istraživanje
uključene su tri zemlje u kojima je korelacija između podrške za učenje kod kuće i postignuća na testu
čitalačke pismenosti najviša: Slovačka (r = ,57), Bugarska (r = ,52) i Mađarska (r = ,52). Uzorak je činilo
14355 učenika četvrtog razreda osnovne škole, oba pola (50,8% dečaka). Podrška koju učenik ima kod
kuće operacionalizovana je preko opremljenosti domaćinstva (npr. broj knjiga i broj knjiga za decu)
i obrazovno-karijernih karakteristika roditelja (najviši nivo obrazovanja i radna pozicija). Motivacija
za čitanje merena je na osnovu odgovora učenika na 10 pitanja kojima je ispitivan njihov odnos
prema nastavi čitanja i čitanju u slobodno vreme. Za obradu podataka korišćen je makro PROCESS
za SPSS. Rezultati pokazuju da podrška za učenje kod kuće direktno pozitivno predviđa postignuće
(b = 22,52, p < ,01), ali ga predviđa i indirektno preko motivacije (b = 0,47, 95% CI [0,37, 0,58]).
Budući da podrška kod kuće ostvaruje samo mali deo svog efekta na postignuće preko motivacije
(2,1%), u narednim istraživanjima bi trebalo ispitati dodatne potencijalne posrednike ove veze, ne
samo u slučaju čitalačke pismenosti, već i u okviru ostalih sposobnosti, kako bi se detaljnije objasnili
mehanizmi preko kojih podrška koju učenici dobijaju u okviru porodičnog sistema doprinosi razvoju
njihovih različitih sposobnosti., Social reproduction theorists tend to acknowledge that family factors, beside the influence on
students’ educational achievement, also define the attitude towards education in general. Additionally,
numerous pedagogists share a widespread idea that students’ motivation directly contributes to their
educational achievement. Taking into consideration two aforementioned theoretical perspectives,
the aim of our investigation is to examine whether the connection between the support for learning
which student receives at home and educational achievement is mediated by the student’s motivation.
In order to answer this question, we used data gathered in more than 50 countries which participated
in the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study ‒ PIRLS 2016. Among all the countries which
participated in this survey, our examination looks into the three countries with the highest correlation
between home support for learning and achievement on the reading literacy test: Slovakia (r = .57),
Bulgaria (r = .52) and Hungary (r = .52). The sample consists of 14355 four-grade elementary school
students of both genders (50.8% male). The support the student has at home is operationalized by
the household resources (for example number of books and children books households possess)
and parents’ educational and occupational features (the highest level of education and job position).
Motivation for reading is measured using the students’ answers to 10 questions related to their
attitude toward reading classes and free-time reading. For the data analysis, macro PROCESS for SPSS
is used. Results indicate that home support for learning directly positively predicts the achievement
(b = 22.52, p < .01), but it also predicts it indirectly via motivation (b = 0.47, 95% CI [0.37, 0.58]). As
the home support realises only a small part of its effect on the achievement via motivation (2.1%),
forthcoming research should examine additional potential mediators of this relation, not just in
terms of reading literacy but also in terms of other abilities, so as to explain in a more detail the
mechanisms through which the support that students receive within the family system contributes
to development of their various abilities.",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za pedagoška istraživanja",
journal = "Motivacija u obrazovanju između teorije i prakse",
title = "Motivacija kao medijator odnosa između podrške za učenje kod kuće i obrazovnog postignuća: primer čitalačke pismenosti, Motivation as mediator of relations between home support for learning and educational achievement: example of reading literacy",
pages = "51-50",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_500"
}
Radulović, M., Radanović, A.,& Gundogan, D.. (2020). Motivacija kao medijator odnosa između podrške za učenje kod kuće i obrazovnog postignuća: primer čitalačke pismenosti. in Motivacija u obrazovanju između teorije i prakse
Beograd : Institut za pedagoška istraživanja., 50-51.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_500
Radulović M, Radanović A, Gundogan D. Motivacija kao medijator odnosa između podrške za učenje kod kuće i obrazovnog postignuća: primer čitalačke pismenosti. in Motivacija u obrazovanju između teorije i prakse. 2020;:50-51.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_500 .
Radulović, Mladen, Radanović, Ana, Gundogan, Dragana, "Motivacija kao medijator odnosa između podrške za učenje kod kuće i obrazovnog postignuća: primer čitalačke pismenosti" in Motivacija u obrazovanju između teorije i prakse (2020):50-51,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_500 .

Pandemic parenting: predictors of quality of parental pandemic practices during COVID–19 lockdown in Serbia

Radanović, Ana; Micić, Isidora; Pavlović, Svetlana; Krstić, Ksenija

(2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Radanović, Ana
AU  - Micić, Isidora
AU  - Pavlović, Svetlana
AU  - Krstić, Ksenija
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/449
AB  - The aim of our study was to explore relations between parents’ and children’s fear of
COVID–19, parents’ dispositions (emotion regulation, self-efficacy, the anxiety trait) and
their distress (due to the pandemic, the national state of emergency [NSE] and curfews) and
how these variables have been affecting the quality of parental pandemic practices during
the COVID–19 NSE in Serbia. Our online questionnaire was filled in by 376 parents and
one of their children aged 7 to 19 years. Path analysis was used to analyze data. Higher
levels of cognitive reappraisal and self-efficacy directly contribute to a higher quality of
parental pandemic practices during NSE. Indirectly, parents’ fear, pandemic distress, and
parents’ cognitive anxiety symptoms increase children’s fear, consequently raising the quality
of parental pandemic practices. Pointing out protective and risk factors that may affect
pandemic parenting during NSE as well as mechanisms of their contributions, our findings
draw attention to the importance of parents’ negative emotions regulation and the effects of
children’s emotions on the quality of parental pandemic practices during an ongoing pandemic.
T2  - Psihologija
T1  - Pandemic parenting: predictors of quality of parental pandemic practices during COVID–19 lockdown in Serbia
EP  - 23
SP  - 1
DO  - 10.2298/PSI200731040R
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Radanović, Ana and Micić, Isidora and Pavlović, Svetlana and Krstić, Ksenija",
year = "2020",
abstract = "The aim of our study was to explore relations between parents’ and children’s fear of
COVID–19, parents’ dispositions (emotion regulation, self-efficacy, the anxiety trait) and
their distress (due to the pandemic, the national state of emergency [NSE] and curfews) and
how these variables have been affecting the quality of parental pandemic practices during
the COVID–19 NSE in Serbia. Our online questionnaire was filled in by 376 parents and
one of their children aged 7 to 19 years. Path analysis was used to analyze data. Higher
levels of cognitive reappraisal and self-efficacy directly contribute to a higher quality of
parental pandemic practices during NSE. Indirectly, parents’ fear, pandemic distress, and
parents’ cognitive anxiety symptoms increase children’s fear, consequently raising the quality
of parental pandemic practices. Pointing out protective and risk factors that may affect
pandemic parenting during NSE as well as mechanisms of their contributions, our findings
draw attention to the importance of parents’ negative emotions regulation and the effects of
children’s emotions on the quality of parental pandemic practices during an ongoing pandemic.",
journal = "Psihologija",
title = "Pandemic parenting: predictors of quality of parental pandemic practices during COVID–19 lockdown in Serbia",
pages = "23-1",
doi = "10.2298/PSI200731040R"
}
Radanović, A., Micić, I., Pavlović, S.,& Krstić, K.. (2020). Pandemic parenting: predictors of quality of parental pandemic practices during COVID–19 lockdown in Serbia. in Psihologija, 1-23.
https://doi.org/10.2298/PSI200731040R
Radanović A, Micić I, Pavlović S, Krstić K. Pandemic parenting: predictors of quality of parental pandemic practices during COVID–19 lockdown in Serbia. in Psihologija. 2020;:1-23.
doi:10.2298/PSI200731040R .
Radanović, Ana, Micić, Isidora, Pavlović, Svetlana, Krstić, Ksenija, "Pandemic parenting: predictors of quality of parental pandemic practices during COVID–19 lockdown in Serbia" in Psihologija (2020):1-23,
https://doi.org/10.2298/PSI200731040R . .
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Ljubav prema istraživanjima u doba korone

Tošković, Oliver; Smederevac, Snežana; Marić Bojović, Nađa; Ignjatović Ristić, Dragana; Stojković, Ana

(Beograd : Društvo psihologa Srbije, 2020)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Tošković, Oliver
AU  - Smederevac, Snežana
AU  - Marić Bojović, Nađa
AU  - Ignjatović Ristić, Dragana
AU  - Stojković, Ana
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/587
AB  - Iako su nam dobro poznata psihološka istraživanja u kojima su kao „ispitanici“ učestvovale životnje, jasno je da
najveći broj naših studija podrazumeva intenzivnu interakciju i komunikaciju sa ljudima. Kada je reč o
kvantitativnim istraživanjima, ispitivač u relativno kratkom vremenskom periodu uspostavlja kontakt sa velikim
brojem osoba, pri čemu se često regrutuju prigodni uzorci (učenika, studenata ili zaposlenih u jednoj radnoj
organizaciji), tako da se učesnici u istraživanju mogu okupiti u većim grupama na jednom mestu. Ako se, pak,
istraživanje sprovodi na nacionalno reprezentativnom uzorku, ispitivači će najverovatnije biti u prilici da putuju,
zalazeći u sve krajeve nekog regiona i često kontaktirajući sa ispitanicima u njihovim domovima. U psihološkim
studijama, koje se oslanjaju na kvalitativnu metodologiju, istraživač je, po pravilu, u dodiru s manjim brojem
osoba, ali je kontakt s njima utoliko „bliži“ i često podrazumeva dugotrajnu komunikaciju licem u lice.
Početkom 2020. godine Svetska zdravstvena organizacija proglasila je pandemiju novog virusa korona SARSCoV-
2, koji izaziva oboljenje poznato pod skraćenicom kovid 19 (Corona virus disease 2019). Većina država,
uključujući i Srbiju, kao odgovor na pandemiju propisala je mere koje su imale cilj da smanje fizičke kontakte
među ljudima, kako bi se usporilo prenošenje virusa u populaciji. Srbija je jedna od retkih država koje su uvele i
vanredno stanje, uključujući i ograničenje kretanja građana tokom velikog dela dana (takozvani „policijski čas“).
Mnogi od gorenavedenih aspekata psiholoških istraživanja – okupljanje većeg broja ispitanika u jednoj prostoriji,
odlazak ispitivača u različite krajeve zemlje i ulaženje u brojna domaćinstva, razgovor u fokus-grupama – time
su postali praktično nemogući, ali je jednako bila nezamisliva ideja da se ta istraživanja obustave. Ovo posebno
stoga što su promene u načinu života tokom pandemije otvorile i sasvim nova psihološka pitanja ili stvorile
potrebu da se već istraživani psihološki problemi ispitaju u novonastalim okolnostima.
Na ovom okruglom stolu pozabavićemo se, s jedne strane, preprekama na koje su istraživači naišli s pojavom
pandemije kovida 19 i rešenjima koja su uspeli da iznađu: Na koji način organizovati metodološki korektna
psihološka istraživanja u uslovima ograničenih fizičkih kontakata i kretanja? Da li je i kako moguće doći do
ispitanika? Kakvu ulogu u prikupljanju podataka i formiranju uzoraka ima onaljn zadavanje upitničkih mera i
kakva su merenja psiholoških fenomen uopšte moguća u onlajn okruženju? S druge strane, osvrnućemo se i
na psihološka pitanja koja je pandemija takoreći postavila pred istraživače: Kako fizičko distanciranje od
drugih osoba, izolacija, ograničenje sloboda, rad od kuće i prelazak u onlajn okruženje menjaju naše mentalno
zdravlje i psihičko funkcionisanje uopšte? Da li nam je pandemija donekle omogućila uslove prirodnog
eksperimenta za ispitivanje efekata navedenih pojava na ljudsku psihu?
PB  - Beograd : Društvo psihologa Srbije
C3  - Psihologija iz dana u dan [Elektronski izvor] : svakodnevni problemi u praksi psihologa i primena psihologije u svakodnevnom životu
T1  - Ljubav prema istraživanjima u doba korone
EP  - 19
SP  - 19
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_587
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Tošković, Oliver and Smederevac, Snežana and Marić Bojović, Nađa and Ignjatović Ristić, Dragana and Stojković, Ana",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Iako su nam dobro poznata psihološka istraživanja u kojima su kao „ispitanici“ učestvovale životnje, jasno je da
najveći broj naših studija podrazumeva intenzivnu interakciju i komunikaciju sa ljudima. Kada je reč o
kvantitativnim istraživanjima, ispitivač u relativno kratkom vremenskom periodu uspostavlja kontakt sa velikim
brojem osoba, pri čemu se često regrutuju prigodni uzorci (učenika, studenata ili zaposlenih u jednoj radnoj
organizaciji), tako da se učesnici u istraživanju mogu okupiti u većim grupama na jednom mestu. Ako se, pak,
istraživanje sprovodi na nacionalno reprezentativnom uzorku, ispitivači će najverovatnije biti u prilici da putuju,
zalazeći u sve krajeve nekog regiona i često kontaktirajući sa ispitanicima u njihovim domovima. U psihološkim
studijama, koje se oslanjaju na kvalitativnu metodologiju, istraživač je, po pravilu, u dodiru s manjim brojem
osoba, ali je kontakt s njima utoliko „bliži“ i često podrazumeva dugotrajnu komunikaciju licem u lice.
Početkom 2020. godine Svetska zdravstvena organizacija proglasila je pandemiju novog virusa korona SARSCoV-
2, koji izaziva oboljenje poznato pod skraćenicom kovid 19 (Corona virus disease 2019). Većina država,
uključujući i Srbiju, kao odgovor na pandemiju propisala je mere koje su imale cilj da smanje fizičke kontakte
među ljudima, kako bi se usporilo prenošenje virusa u populaciji. Srbija je jedna od retkih država koje su uvele i
vanredno stanje, uključujući i ograničenje kretanja građana tokom velikog dela dana (takozvani „policijski čas“).
Mnogi od gorenavedenih aspekata psiholoških istraživanja – okupljanje većeg broja ispitanika u jednoj prostoriji,
odlazak ispitivača u različite krajeve zemlje i ulaženje u brojna domaćinstva, razgovor u fokus-grupama – time
su postali praktično nemogući, ali je jednako bila nezamisliva ideja da se ta istraživanja obustave. Ovo posebno
stoga što su promene u načinu života tokom pandemije otvorile i sasvim nova psihološka pitanja ili stvorile
potrebu da se već istraživani psihološki problemi ispitaju u novonastalim okolnostima.
Na ovom okruglom stolu pozabavićemo se, s jedne strane, preprekama na koje su istraživači naišli s pojavom
pandemije kovida 19 i rešenjima koja su uspeli da iznađu: Na koji način organizovati metodološki korektna
psihološka istraživanja u uslovima ograničenih fizičkih kontakata i kretanja? Da li je i kako moguće doći do
ispitanika? Kakvu ulogu u prikupljanju podataka i formiranju uzoraka ima onaljn zadavanje upitničkih mera i
kakva su merenja psiholoških fenomen uopšte moguća u onlajn okruženju? S druge strane, osvrnućemo se i
na psihološka pitanja koja je pandemija takoreći postavila pred istraživače: Kako fizičko distanciranje od
drugih osoba, izolacija, ograničenje sloboda, rad od kuće i prelazak u onlajn okruženje menjaju naše mentalno
zdravlje i psihičko funkcionisanje uopšte? Da li nam je pandemija donekle omogućila uslove prirodnog
eksperimenta za ispitivanje efekata navedenih pojava na ljudsku psihu?",
publisher = "Beograd : Društvo psihologa Srbije",
journal = "Psihologija iz dana u dan [Elektronski izvor] : svakodnevni problemi u praksi psihologa i primena psihologije u svakodnevnom životu",
title = "Ljubav prema istraživanjima u doba korone",
pages = "19-19",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_587"
}
Tošković, O., Smederevac, S., Marić Bojović, N., Ignjatović Ristić, D.,& Stojković, A.. (2020). Ljubav prema istraživanjima u doba korone. in Psihologija iz dana u dan [Elektronski izvor] : svakodnevni problemi u praksi psihologa i primena psihologije u svakodnevnom životu
Beograd : Društvo psihologa Srbije., 19-19.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_587
Tošković O, Smederevac S, Marić Bojović N, Ignjatović Ristić D, Stojković A. Ljubav prema istraživanjima u doba korone. in Psihologija iz dana u dan [Elektronski izvor] : svakodnevni problemi u praksi psihologa i primena psihologije u svakodnevnom životu. 2020;:19-19.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_587 .
Tošković, Oliver, Smederevac, Snežana, Marić Bojović, Nađa, Ignjatović Ristić, Dragana, Stojković, Ana, "Ljubav prema istraživanjima u doba korone" in Psihologija iz dana u dan [Elektronski izvor] : svakodnevni problemi u praksi psihologa i primena psihologije u svakodnevnom životu (2020):19-19,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_587 .

Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems

Pejovic-Milovancevic, M.; Grujičić, R.; Stojković, Ana; Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.

(Elsevier Inc., 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pejovic-Milovancevic, M.
AU  - Grujičić, R.
AU  - Stojković, Ana
AU  - Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/460
PB  - Elsevier Inc.
T2  - General Hospital Psychiatry
T1  - Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems
EP  - 109
SP  - 108
VL  - 64
DO  - 10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2019.05.003
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pejovic-Milovancevic, M. and Grujičić, R. and Stojković, Ana and Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.",
year = "2020",
publisher = "Elsevier Inc.",
journal = "General Hospital Psychiatry",
title = "Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems",
pages = "109-108",
volume = "64",
doi = "10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2019.05.003"
}
Pejovic-Milovancevic, M., Grujičić, R., Stojković, A.,& Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.. (2020). Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems. in General Hospital Psychiatry
Elsevier Inc.., 64, 108-109.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2019.05.003
Pejovic-Milovancevic M, Grujičić R, Stojković A, Radosavljev-Kirćanski J. Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems. in General Hospital Psychiatry. 2020;64:108-109.
doi:10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2019.05.003 .
Pejovic-Milovancevic, M., Grujičić, R., Stojković, Ana, Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J., "Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems" in General Hospital Psychiatry, 64 (2020):108-109,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2019.05.003 . .
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Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems

Pejovic-Milovancevic, M.; Grujičić, R.; Stojković, Ana; Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.

(Elsevier Inc., 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pejovic-Milovancevic, M.
AU  - Grujičić, R.
AU  - Stojković, Ana
AU  - Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.
PY  - 2020
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/447
PB  - Elsevier Inc.
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T1  - Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems
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https://doi.org/10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2019.05.003
Pejovic-Milovancevic M, Grujičić R, Stojković A, Radosavljev-Kirćanski J. Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems. in General Hospital Psychiatry. 2020;64:108-109.
doi:10.1016/j.genhosppsych.2019.05.003 .
Pejovic-Milovancevic, M., Grujičić, R., Stojković, Ana, Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J., "Changes in hospital treatment of children and adolescents with mental health problems" in General Hospital Psychiatry, 64 (2020):108-109,
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Afektivno vezivanje i eksternalizovani problemi kod učenika srednjih škola

Kovačević Lepojević, Marina; Stojković, Ana

(Beograd : Institut za pedagoška istraživanja, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Kovačević Lepojević, Marina
AU  - Stojković, Ana
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/572
AB  - Afektivno vezivanje za roditelje jedan je od porodičnih faktora koji se najčešće povezuje sa
eksternalizovanim problemima u ponašanju. Iako se afektivne veze uspostavljaju na ranom uzrastu, u
adolescenciji dolazi do specifičnih promena u njihovom kvalitetu, što je posebno izraženo u kontekstu
ispoljavanja eksternalizovanih problema. Cilj istraživanja predstavlja utvrđivanje povezanosti
dimenzija afektivnog vezivanja za majku i oca (Poverenje, Komunikacija, Otuđenost) sa sindromima
eksternalizovanih problema (Agresivno ponašanje i Ponašanja kojima se krše pravila). Uzorak je činilo
507 učenika beogradskih srednjih škola uzrasta od 15 do 19 godina oba pola (AS= 16,69, SD= 1,119).
Podaci o eksternalizovanim problemima prikupljani su putem Ahenbahovog sistema empirijski
zasnovane procene (ASEBA), verzija za mlade (YSR/11–18), a о afektivnom vezivanju za roditelje
putem Inventara afektivnog vezivanja za roditelje i vršnjake (IPPA). Dimenzije afektivnog vezivanja za
majku i oca objašnjavaju ukupno 24,9% varijanse Ponašanja kojima se krše pravila (F(6,500)=27,67,
p<0,001) i 17% varijanse Agresivnog ponašanja (F(6,500)=17,10, p<0,001). Jedini značajan prediktor
Agresivnog ponašanja je Otuđenost od majke (β= 0,204), dok Poverenje u oca (β= -0,321), Otuđenost
od majke (β =0,161) i Poverenje u majku (β= -0,149) predviđaju Ponašanja kojima se krše pravila. U
skladu sa pretpostavljenim, afektivne veze sa oba roditelja važne su za psihosocijalno funkcionisanje
srednjoškolaca, uz uočene razlike u ulogama majki i očeva u vezi sa ispoljavanjem eksternalizovanih
problema. Date su preporuke za unapređivanje odnosa roditelj–dete uz prikaz najdelotvornijih
programa za prevenciju eksternalizovanih problema.
AB  - Parental attachment is one of the family factors most frequently associated with externalising
problems. Although attachment is established at an early age, there are specific changes in quality
of parental attachment in adolescence, especially in the context of externalising problems. The aim
of the study is to determine the nature of relationship between the dimensions of attachment to
mother and father (Trust, Communication, Alienation) and externalising problems syndromes
(Aggressive Behaviour and Rule-breaking Behaviour). Sample of 507 Belgrade high school students
of both genders aged from fifteen to eighteen (AS = 16.69, SD = 1.119) were administered selfreport
measures. For the assessment of externalising problems, a part of the Achenbach System of
Empirically Based Assessment – ASEBA, Youth Self-Report – (YSR/11-18) was used. The Inventory
of Parents and Peer Attachment, (IPPA) was used to collect data about parental attachment. The
dimensions of attachment to mother and father explain for a total of 24.9% of the variance in Rulebreaking
behaviour and 17% of the variance in Aggressive Behaviour. The only significant predictor
of Aggressive Behaviour is Maternal Alienation (β = .204), whereas Trust in the Father (β = .- 321),
Maternal Alienation (β = .161), and Trust in the Mother (β = .-149) predict Rule-breaking Behaviour. As
assumed, attachment to both parents is important for the psycho-social wellbeing of Belgrade high
school students, with spotted differences in the mothers’ and fathers’ roles with regard to externalising
problems. Recommendations for enhancing parental attachment and the most effective programs
for prevention of externalising problems are provided.
PB  - Beograd : Institut za pedagoška istraživanja
C3  - Obrazovanje u funkciji modernizacije društva
T1  - Afektivno vezivanje i eksternalizovani problemi kod učenika srednjih škola
T1  - Parental attachment and externalising problems at high school students
EP  - 105
SP  - 104
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_572
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eksternalizovanim problemima u ponašanju. Iako se afektivne veze uspostavljaju na ranom uzrastu, u
adolescenciji dolazi do specifičnih promena u njihovom kvalitetu, što je posebno izraženo u kontekstu
ispoljavanja eksternalizovanih problema. Cilj istraživanja predstavlja utvrđivanje povezanosti
dimenzija afektivnog vezivanja za majku i oca (Poverenje, Komunikacija, Otuđenost) sa sindromima
eksternalizovanih problema (Agresivno ponašanje i Ponašanja kojima se krše pravila). Uzorak je činilo
507 učenika beogradskih srednjih škola uzrasta od 15 do 19 godina oba pola (AS= 16,69, SD= 1,119).
Podaci o eksternalizovanim problemima prikupljani su putem Ahenbahovog sistema empirijski
zasnovane procene (ASEBA), verzija za mlade (YSR/11–18), a о afektivnom vezivanju za roditelje
putem Inventara afektivnog vezivanja za roditelje i vršnjake (IPPA). Dimenzije afektivnog vezivanja za
majku i oca objašnjavaju ukupno 24,9% varijanse Ponašanja kojima se krše pravila (F(6,500)=27,67,
p<0,001) i 17% varijanse Agresivnog ponašanja (F(6,500)=17,10, p<0,001). Jedini značajan prediktor
Agresivnog ponašanja je Otuđenost od majke (β= 0,204), dok Poverenje u oca (β= -0,321), Otuđenost
od majke (β =0,161) i Poverenje u majku (β= -0,149) predviđaju Ponašanja kojima se krše pravila. U
skladu sa pretpostavljenim, afektivne veze sa oba roditelja važne su za psihosocijalno funkcionisanje
srednjoškolaca, uz uočene razlike u ulogama majki i očeva u vezi sa ispoljavanjem eksternalizovanih
problema. Date su preporuke za unapređivanje odnosa roditelj–dete uz prikaz najdelotvornijih
programa za prevenciju eksternalizovanih problema., Parental attachment is one of the family factors most frequently associated with externalising
problems. Although attachment is established at an early age, there are specific changes in quality
of parental attachment in adolescence, especially in the context of externalising problems. The aim
of the study is to determine the nature of relationship between the dimensions of attachment to
mother and father (Trust, Communication, Alienation) and externalising problems syndromes
(Aggressive Behaviour and Rule-breaking Behaviour). Sample of 507 Belgrade high school students
of both genders aged from fifteen to eighteen (AS = 16.69, SD = 1.119) were administered selfreport
measures. For the assessment of externalising problems, a part of the Achenbach System of
Empirically Based Assessment – ASEBA, Youth Self-Report – (YSR/11-18) was used. The Inventory
of Parents and Peer Attachment, (IPPA) was used to collect data about parental attachment. The
dimensions of attachment to mother and father explain for a total of 24.9% of the variance in Rulebreaking
behaviour and 17% of the variance in Aggressive Behaviour. The only significant predictor
of Aggressive Behaviour is Maternal Alienation (β = .204), whereas Trust in the Father (β = .- 321),
Maternal Alienation (β = .161), and Trust in the Mother (β = .-149) predict Rule-breaking Behaviour. As
assumed, attachment to both parents is important for the psycho-social wellbeing of Belgrade high
school students, with spotted differences in the mothers’ and fathers’ roles with regard to externalising
problems. Recommendations for enhancing parental attachment and the most effective programs
for prevention of externalising problems are provided.",
publisher = "Beograd : Institut za pedagoška istraživanja",
journal = "Obrazovanje u funkciji modernizacije društva",
title = "Afektivno vezivanje i eksternalizovani problemi kod učenika srednjih škola, Parental attachment and externalising problems at high school students",
pages = "105-104",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_572"
}
Kovačević Lepojević, M.,& Stojković, A.. (2019). Afektivno vezivanje i eksternalizovani problemi kod učenika srednjih škola. in Obrazovanje u funkciji modernizacije društva
Beograd : Institut za pedagoška istraživanja., 104-105.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_572
Kovačević Lepojević M, Stojković A. Afektivno vezivanje i eksternalizovani problemi kod učenika srednjih škola. in Obrazovanje u funkciji modernizacije društva. 2019;:104-105.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_572 .
Kovačević Lepojević, Marina, Stojković, Ana, "Afektivno vezivanje i eksternalizovani problemi kod učenika srednjih škola" in Obrazovanje u funkciji modernizacije društva (2019):104-105,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_572 .

Inside out – do adverse childhood experiences predict nonsuicidal self-injury?

Stojković, Ana; Radosavljev Kirćanski, Jelena; Mitkovic Voncina, Marija

(Beograd : Laboratorija za eksperimentalnu psihologiju, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Stojković, Ana
AU  - Radosavljev Kirćanski, Jelena
AU  - Mitkovic Voncina, Marija
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/589
AB  - Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is defined as behavior that is self-directed and deliberate,
resulting in injury or potential injury to oneself without suicidal intent, although it consistently
correlates with suicidality. Common forms of NSSI include cutting, burning, scratching,
banging, hitting, biting etc. Meta-analysis showed that overall childhood maltreatment is
associated with NSSI, especially in the case of childhood emotional neglect or emotional abuse.
Highly lethal self-harm was associated with childhood physical peer victimization, sexual
abuse, emotional abuse, and emotional neglect. The NSSI questionnaire designed for this study
was based on several questionnaires such as Deliberate Self-Harm Inventory (DSHI), Inventory
of Statements About Self-Injury (ISAS), Ottawa Self-Injury Inventory (OSI) and Self-Harm
Behaviour Questionnaire (SHBQ). The NSSI used in this survey contains 12 items with joint
binary (yes or no) and numeric (how many times) scales. On all items, respondents provided
answers with respect to two time periods: before and after the age of 18 (laws in Serbia restrict
rights of persons under the age of 18 and some of those are related to potentially risky behaviors
such as rights regarding alcohol purchase). Overall, approximately 4% of respondents reported
NSSI at least once in lifetime, out of which 3.6% reported NSSI at least once before the age of 18 and 1.8% at least once after the age of 18. Since this is a form of behaviour is typical for
younger adolescents, as expected, the NSSI is more prevalent before the age of 18 (2 = 17.225,
p < .01). The correlation between the frequency of NSSI before and after the age of 18 is
r = 0.73 (p < .01), while the correlation between suicide attempts and NSSI was Φ = 0.25
(p < .01). When it comes to the prediction of NSSI that occurred after the age of 18, ACE scores
were not significant predictors. However, regression analysis showed about 9% of the variance
of the NSSI before the age of 18 can be related to ACEs. Specifically, three types of ACEs
were significant predictors of NSSI: sexual abuse (β = 0.16, p < .01), incarceration of a family
member (β = 0.11, p = 0.051) and abuse of father by the partner (β = 0.15, p = 0.012). Available
data suggest that at least one part of the variance can be ascribed to the ACEs. Therefore,
emphasis should be put on fostering coping strategies in adolescents that would lead to
diminishing negative consequences of ACEs.
PB  - Beograd : Laboratorija za eksperimentalnu psihologiju
PB  - Beograd : Filozofski fakultet
C3  - Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji
T1  - Inside out – do adverse childhood experiences predict nonsuicidal self-injury?
EP  - 17
SP  - 16
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_589
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Stojković, Ana and Radosavljev Kirćanski, Jelena and Mitkovic Voncina, Marija",
year = "2019",
abstract = "Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is defined as behavior that is self-directed and deliberate,
resulting in injury or potential injury to oneself without suicidal intent, although it consistently
correlates with suicidality. Common forms of NSSI include cutting, burning, scratching,
banging, hitting, biting etc. Meta-analysis showed that overall childhood maltreatment is
associated with NSSI, especially in the case of childhood emotional neglect or emotional abuse.
Highly lethal self-harm was associated with childhood physical peer victimization, sexual
abuse, emotional abuse, and emotional neglect. The NSSI questionnaire designed for this study
was based on several questionnaires such as Deliberate Self-Harm Inventory (DSHI), Inventory
of Statements About Self-Injury (ISAS), Ottawa Self-Injury Inventory (OSI) and Self-Harm
Behaviour Questionnaire (SHBQ). The NSSI used in this survey contains 12 items with joint
binary (yes or no) and numeric (how many times) scales. On all items, respondents provided
answers with respect to two time periods: before and after the age of 18 (laws in Serbia restrict
rights of persons under the age of 18 and some of those are related to potentially risky behaviors
such as rights regarding alcohol purchase). Overall, approximately 4% of respondents reported
NSSI at least once in lifetime, out of which 3.6% reported NSSI at least once before the age of 18 and 1.8% at least once after the age of 18. Since this is a form of behaviour is typical for
younger adolescents, as expected, the NSSI is more prevalent before the age of 18 (2 = 17.225,
p < .01). The correlation between the frequency of NSSI before and after the age of 18 is
r = 0.73 (p < .01), while the correlation between suicide attempts and NSSI was Φ = 0.25
(p < .01). When it comes to the prediction of NSSI that occurred after the age of 18, ACE scores
were not significant predictors. However, regression analysis showed about 9% of the variance
of the NSSI before the age of 18 can be related to ACEs. Specifically, three types of ACEs
were significant predictors of NSSI: sexual abuse (β = 0.16, p < .01), incarceration of a family
member (β = 0.11, p = 0.051) and abuse of father by the partner (β = 0.15, p = 0.012). Available
data suggest that at least one part of the variance can be ascribed to the ACEs. Therefore,
emphasis should be put on fostering coping strategies in adolescents that would lead to
diminishing negative consequences of ACEs.",
publisher = "Beograd : Laboratorija za eksperimentalnu psihologiju, Beograd : Filozofski fakultet",
journal = "Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji",
title = "Inside out – do adverse childhood experiences predict nonsuicidal self-injury?",
pages = "17-16",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_589"
}
Stojković, A., Radosavljev Kirćanski, J.,& Mitkovic Voncina, M.. (2019). Inside out – do adverse childhood experiences predict nonsuicidal self-injury?. in Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji
Beograd : Laboratorija za eksperimentalnu psihologiju., 16-17.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_589
Stojković A, Radosavljev Kirćanski J, Mitkovic Voncina M. Inside out – do adverse childhood experiences predict nonsuicidal self-injury?. in Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji. 2019;:16-17.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_589 .
Stojković, Ana, Radosavljev Kirćanski, Jelena, Mitkovic Voncina, Marija, "Inside out – do adverse childhood experiences predict nonsuicidal self-injury?" in Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji (2019):16-17,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_589 .

Flowers in the attic – adverse childhood experiences and their relations with life-outcome

Pejović Milovančević, Milica; Tošković, Oliver; Kostić, Milutin; Stojković, Ana

(Beograd : Laboratorija za eksperimentalnu psihologiju, 2019)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Pejović Milovančević, Milica
AU  - Tošković, Oliver
AU  - Kostić, Milutin
AU  - Stojković, Ana
PY  - 2019
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/588
AB  - This is an introductory abstract for other papers within this symposium, which are all part of
the same study, Research on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in Serbia. ACE is a
traumatic experience in one’s life occurring before the age of 18 that the person remembers as
an adult. The purpose of this survey was to explore the prevalence of ACEs and their correlates
on a sample of 18-65 years old in Serbia. We used multistage random sampling, with a stratified
cluster sample in the first (187 settlements were sampled from 4 regions), and random sample
in the second stage (a random-walk technique for sampling participants). The final sample
consisted of 2792 respondents (57.4% females), interviewed face-to-face. Instrument package
included: ACE International Questionnaire, Health Appraisal, Family Health History, Trauma
Symptom Checklist, Benevolent Childhood experience, Experiences in Close Relationships-
Revised, HEXACO, DELTA9, and Non-suicidal self-injury. Each ACE was represented by a
binary score, in two ways: (1) any ACE score implies that participant had a specific event at
least “once or twice”; (2) frequent ACE implies that participant had specific events “many
times”. Factor analysis, principal axis with varimax rotation extracted three dimensions:
violence (involvement in physical fight, bullying, community violence, physical abuse,
collective violence, psychological abuse), neglect (depression in family, suicide in family,
psychological neglect, sexual abuse and parental separation) and abuse (alcoholism in family,
abuse of mother or father by the partner, incarceration of family member, drug abuse in family
and physical neglect). If we use ACEs as predictors of various life events in multiple regression
analysis, the highest prediction is gained for a number of suicidal attempts (R2 = .53, F = 2.38;
df = 17, 36; p < 0.05) - more ACEs lead to more attempts, with psychological neglect as
strongest predictor. Most frequent ACEs in Serbia are community violence (any 69.4%;
frequent 37.7%), psychological abuse (any 43.7%; frequent 26.3%), and involvement in a
physical fight (any 37.7%; frequent 19.7%). For comparison, physical abuse and domestic
violence appeared more frequently in Serbia than in Wales study, while parent separation and
sexual abuse appeared a bit more frequently in Wales sample. Possible higher prevalence of This is an introductory abstract for other papers within this symposium, which are all part of
the same study, Research on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in Serbia. ACE is a
traumatic experience in one’s life occurring before the age of 18 that the person remembers as
an adult. The purpose of this survey was to explore the prevalence of ACEs and their correlates
on a sample of 18-65 years old in Serbia. We used multistage random sampling, with a stratified
cluster sample in the first (187 settlements were sampled from 4 regions), and random sample
in the second stage (a random-walk technique for sampling participants). The final sample
consisted of 2792 respondents (57.4% females), interviewed face-to-face. Instrument package
included: ACE International Questionnaire, Health Appraisal, Family Health History, Trauma
Symptom Checklist, Benevolent Childhood experience, Experiences in Close Relationships-
Revised, HEXACO, DELTA9, and Non-suicidal self-injury. Each ACE was represented by a
binary score, in two ways: (1) any ACE score implies that participant had a specific event at
least “once or twice”; (2) frequent ACE implies that participant had specific events “many
times”. Factor analysis, principal axis with varimax rotation extracted three dimensions:
violence (involvement in physical fight, bullying, community violence, physical abuse,
collective violence, psychological abuse), neglect (depression in family, suicide in family,
psychological neglect, sexual abuse and parental separation) and abuse (alcoholism in family,
abuse of mother or father by the partner, incarceration of family member, drug abuse in family
and physical neglect). If we use ACEs as predictors of various life events in multiple regression
analysis, the highest prediction is gained for a number of suicidal attempts (R2 = .53, F = 2.38;
df = 17, 36; p < 0.05) - more ACEs lead to more attempts, with psychological neglect as
strongest predictor. Most frequent ACEs in Serbia are community violence (any 69.4%;
frequent 37.7%), psychological abuse (any 43.7%; frequent 26.3%), and involvement in a
physical fight (any 37.7%; frequent 19.7%). For comparison, physical abuse and domestic
violence appeared more frequently in Serbia than in Wales study, while parent separation and
sexual abuse appeared a bit more frequently in Wales sample. Possible higher prevalence of This is an introductory abstract for other papers within this symposium, which are all part of
the same study, Research on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in Serbia. ACE is a
traumatic experience in one’s life occurring before the age of 18 that the person remembers as
an adult. The purpose of this survey was to explore the prevalence of ACEs and their correlates
on a sample of 18-65 years old in Serbia. We used multistage random sampling, with a stratified
cluster sample in the first (187 settlements were sampled from 4 regions), and random sample
in the second stage (a random-walk technique for sampling participants). The final sample
consisted of 2792 respondents (57.4% females), interviewed face-to-face. Instrument package
included: ACE International Questionnaire, Health Appraisal, Family Health History, Trauma
Symptom Checklist, Benevolent Childhood experience, Experiences in Close Relationships-
Revised, HEXACO, DELTA9, and Non-suicidal self-injury. Each ACE was represented by a
binary score, in two ways: (1) any ACE score implies that participant had a specific event at
least “once or twice”; (2) frequent ACE implies that participant had specific events “many
times”. Factor analysis, principal axis with varimax rotation extracted three dimensions:
violence (involvement in physical fight, bullying, community violence, physical abuse,
collective violence, psychological abuse), neglect (depression in family, suicide in family,
psychological neglect, sexual abuse and parental separation) and abuse (alcoholism in family,
abuse of mother or father by the partner, incarceration of family member, drug abuse in family
and physical neglect). If we use ACEs as predictors of various life events in multiple regression
analysis, the highest prediction is gained for a number of suicidal attempts (R2 = .53, F = 2.38;
df = 17, 36; p < 0.05) - more ACEs lead to more attempts, with psychological neglect as
strongest predictor. Most frequent ACEs in Serbia are community violence (any 69.4%;
frequent 37.7%), psychological abuse (any 43.7%; frequent 26.3%), and involvement in a
physical fight (any 37.7%; frequent 19.7%). For comparison, physical abuse and domestic
violence appeared more frequently in Serbia than in Wales study, while parent separation and
sexual abuse appeared a bit more frequently in Wales sample. Possible higher prevalence of ACEs in our study might occur due to the context of the collective experience of wars, civil
unrest, insecurity, etc.
PB  - Beograd : Laboratorija za eksperimentalnu psihologiju
PB  - Beograd : Filozofski fakultet
C3  - Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji
T1  - Flowers in the attic – adverse childhood experiences and their relations with life-outcome
EP  - 13
SP  - 13
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_588
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Pejović Milovančević, Milica and Tošković, Oliver and Kostić, Milutin and Stojković, Ana",
year = "2019",
abstract = "This is an introductory abstract for other papers within this symposium, which are all part of
the same study, Research on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in Serbia. ACE is a
traumatic experience in one’s life occurring before the age of 18 that the person remembers as
an adult. The purpose of this survey was to explore the prevalence of ACEs and their correlates
on a sample of 18-65 years old in Serbia. We used multistage random sampling, with a stratified
cluster sample in the first (187 settlements were sampled from 4 regions), and random sample
in the second stage (a random-walk technique for sampling participants). The final sample
consisted of 2792 respondents (57.4% females), interviewed face-to-face. Instrument package
included: ACE International Questionnaire, Health Appraisal, Family Health History, Trauma
Symptom Checklist, Benevolent Childhood experience, Experiences in Close Relationships-
Revised, HEXACO, DELTA9, and Non-suicidal self-injury. Each ACE was represented by a
binary score, in two ways: (1) any ACE score implies that participant had a specific event at
least “once or twice”; (2) frequent ACE implies that participant had specific events “many
times”. Factor analysis, principal axis with varimax rotation extracted three dimensions:
violence (involvement in physical fight, bullying, community violence, physical abuse,
collective violence, psychological abuse), neglect (depression in family, suicide in family,
psychological neglect, sexual abuse and parental separation) and abuse (alcoholism in family,
abuse of mother or father by the partner, incarceration of family member, drug abuse in family
and physical neglect). If we use ACEs as predictors of various life events in multiple regression
analysis, the highest prediction is gained for a number of suicidal attempts (R2 = .53, F = 2.38;
df = 17, 36; p < 0.05) - more ACEs lead to more attempts, with psychological neglect as
strongest predictor. Most frequent ACEs in Serbia are community violence (any 69.4%;
frequent 37.7%), psychological abuse (any 43.7%; frequent 26.3%), and involvement in a
physical fight (any 37.7%; frequent 19.7%). For comparison, physical abuse and domestic
violence appeared more frequently in Serbia than in Wales study, while parent separation and
sexual abuse appeared a bit more frequently in Wales sample. Possible higher prevalence of This is an introductory abstract for other papers within this symposium, which are all part of
the same study, Research on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in Serbia. ACE is a
traumatic experience in one’s life occurring before the age of 18 that the person remembers as
an adult. The purpose of this survey was to explore the prevalence of ACEs and their correlates
on a sample of 18-65 years old in Serbia. We used multistage random sampling, with a stratified
cluster sample in the first (187 settlements were sampled from 4 regions), and random sample
in the second stage (a random-walk technique for sampling participants). The final sample
consisted of 2792 respondents (57.4% females), interviewed face-to-face. Instrument package
included: ACE International Questionnaire, Health Appraisal, Family Health History, Trauma
Symptom Checklist, Benevolent Childhood experience, Experiences in Close Relationships-
Revised, HEXACO, DELTA9, and Non-suicidal self-injury. Each ACE was represented by a
binary score, in two ways: (1) any ACE score implies that participant had a specific event at
least “once or twice”; (2) frequent ACE implies that participant had specific events “many
times”. Factor analysis, principal axis with varimax rotation extracted three dimensions:
violence (involvement in physical fight, bullying, community violence, physical abuse,
collective violence, psychological abuse), neglect (depression in family, suicide in family,
psychological neglect, sexual abuse and parental separation) and abuse (alcoholism in family,
abuse of mother or father by the partner, incarceration of family member, drug abuse in family
and physical neglect). If we use ACEs as predictors of various life events in multiple regression
analysis, the highest prediction is gained for a number of suicidal attempts (R2 = .53, F = 2.38;
df = 17, 36; p < 0.05) - more ACEs lead to more attempts, with psychological neglect as
strongest predictor. Most frequent ACEs in Serbia are community violence (any 69.4%;
frequent 37.7%), psychological abuse (any 43.7%; frequent 26.3%), and involvement in a
physical fight (any 37.7%; frequent 19.7%). For comparison, physical abuse and domestic
violence appeared more frequently in Serbia than in Wales study, while parent separation and
sexual abuse appeared a bit more frequently in Wales sample. Possible higher prevalence of This is an introductory abstract for other papers within this symposium, which are all part of
the same study, Research on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) in Serbia. ACE is a
traumatic experience in one’s life occurring before the age of 18 that the person remembers as
an adult. The purpose of this survey was to explore the prevalence of ACEs and their correlates
on a sample of 18-65 years old in Serbia. We used multistage random sampling, with a stratified
cluster sample in the first (187 settlements were sampled from 4 regions), and random sample
in the second stage (a random-walk technique for sampling participants). The final sample
consisted of 2792 respondents (57.4% females), interviewed face-to-face. Instrument package
included: ACE International Questionnaire, Health Appraisal, Family Health History, Trauma
Symptom Checklist, Benevolent Childhood experience, Experiences in Close Relationships-
Revised, HEXACO, DELTA9, and Non-suicidal self-injury. Each ACE was represented by a
binary score, in two ways: (1) any ACE score implies that participant had a specific event at
least “once or twice”; (2) frequent ACE implies that participant had specific events “many
times”. Factor analysis, principal axis with varimax rotation extracted three dimensions:
violence (involvement in physical fight, bullying, community violence, physical abuse,
collective violence, psychological abuse), neglect (depression in family, suicide in family,
psychological neglect, sexual abuse and parental separation) and abuse (alcoholism in family,
abuse of mother or father by the partner, incarceration of family member, drug abuse in family
and physical neglect). If we use ACEs as predictors of various life events in multiple regression
analysis, the highest prediction is gained for a number of suicidal attempts (R2 = .53, F = 2.38;
df = 17, 36; p < 0.05) - more ACEs lead to more attempts, with psychological neglect as
strongest predictor. Most frequent ACEs in Serbia are community violence (any 69.4%;
frequent 37.7%), psychological abuse (any 43.7%; frequent 26.3%), and involvement in a
physical fight (any 37.7%; frequent 19.7%). For comparison, physical abuse and domestic
violence appeared more frequently in Serbia than in Wales study, while parent separation and
sexual abuse appeared a bit more frequently in Wales sample. Possible higher prevalence of ACEs in our study might occur due to the context of the collective experience of wars, civil
unrest, insecurity, etc.",
publisher = "Beograd : Laboratorija za eksperimentalnu psihologiju, Beograd : Filozofski fakultet",
journal = "Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji",
title = "Flowers in the attic – adverse childhood experiences and their relations with life-outcome",
pages = "13-13",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_588"
}
Pejović Milovančević, M., Tošković, O., Kostić, M.,& Stojković, A.. (2019). Flowers in the attic – adverse childhood experiences and their relations with life-outcome. in Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji
Beograd : Laboratorija za eksperimentalnu psihologiju., 13-13.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_588
Pejović Milovančević M, Tošković O, Kostić M, Stojković A. Flowers in the attic – adverse childhood experiences and their relations with life-outcome. in Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji. 2019;:13-13.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_588 .
Pejović Milovančević, Milica, Tošković, Oliver, Kostić, Milutin, Stojković, Ana, "Flowers in the attic – adverse childhood experiences and their relations with life-outcome" in Empirijska istraživanja u psihologiji (2019):13-13,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_588 .

Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time

Pejović-Milovančević, M.; Kesić, A.; Grujičić, R.; Stojković, Ana; Životić, S.; Stupar, D.; Borovnica, V.; Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.; Manojlović, I.; Stojiljković, D.J.

(Springer, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pejović-Milovančević, M.
AU  - Kesić, A.
AU  - Grujičić, R.
AU  - Stojković, Ana
AU  - Životić, S.
AU  - Stupar, D.
AU  - Borovnica, V.
AU  - Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.
AU  - Manojlović, I.
AU  - Stojiljković, D.J.
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/459
PB  - Springer
T2  - European child & adolescent psychiatry
T1  - Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time
EP  - 1651
IS  - 12
SP  - 1645
VL  - 27
DO  - 10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pejović-Milovančević, M. and Kesić, A. and Grujičić, R. and Stojković, Ana and Životić, S. and Stupar, D. and Borovnica, V. and Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J. and Manojlović, I. and Stojiljković, D.J.",
year = "2018",
publisher = "Springer",
journal = "European child & adolescent psychiatry",
title = "Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time",
pages = "1651-1645",
number = "12",
volume = "27",
doi = "10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3"
}
Pejović-Milovančević, M., Kesić, A., Grujičić, R., Stojković, A., Životić, S., Stupar, D., Borovnica, V., Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J., Manojlović, I.,& Stojiljković, D.J.. (2018). Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time. in European child & adolescent psychiatry
Springer., 27(12), 1645-1651.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3
Pejović-Milovančević M, Kesić A, Grujičić R, Stojković A, Životić S, Stupar D, Borovnica V, Radosavljev-Kirćanski J, Manojlović I, Stojiljković D. Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time. in European child & adolescent psychiatry. 2018;27(12):1645-1651.
doi:10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3 .
Pejović-Milovančević, M., Kesić, A., Grujičić, R., Stojković, Ana, Životić, S., Stupar, D., Borovnica, V., Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J., Manojlović, I., Stojiljković, D.J., "Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time" in European child & adolescent psychiatry, 27, no. 12 (2018):1645-1651,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3 . .
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Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time

Pejović-Milovančević, M.; Kesić, A.; Grujičić, R.; Stojković, Ana; Životić, S.; Stupar, D.; Borovnica, V.; Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.; Manojlović, I.; Stojiljković, D.J.

(NLM (Medline), 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Pejović-Milovančević, M.
AU  - Kesić, A.
AU  - Grujičić, R.
AU  - Stojković, Ana
AU  - Životić, S.
AU  - Stupar, D.
AU  - Borovnica, V.
AU  - Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J.
AU  - Manojlović, I.
AU  - Stojiljković, D.J.
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/448
PB  - NLM (Medline)
T2  - European child & adolescent psychiatry
T1  - Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time
EP  - 1651
IS  - 12
SP  - 1645
VL  - 27
DO  - 10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Pejović-Milovančević, M. and Kesić, A. and Grujičić, R. and Stojković, Ana and Životić, S. and Stupar, D. and Borovnica, V. and Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J. and Manojlović, I. and Stojiljković, D.J.",
year = "2018",
publisher = "NLM (Medline)",
journal = "European child & adolescent psychiatry",
title = "Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time",
pages = "1651-1645",
number = "12",
volume = "27",
doi = "10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3"
}
Pejović-Milovančević, M., Kesić, A., Grujičić, R., Stojković, A., Životić, S., Stupar, D., Borovnica, V., Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J., Manojlović, I.,& Stojiljković, D.J.. (2018). Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time. in European child & adolescent psychiatry
NLM (Medline)., 27(12), 1645-1651.
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3
Pejović-Milovančević M, Kesić A, Grujičić R, Stojković A, Životić S, Stupar D, Borovnica V, Radosavljev-Kirćanski J, Manojlović I, Stojiljković D. Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time. in European child & adolescent psychiatry. 2018;27(12):1645-1651.
doi:10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3 .
Pejović-Milovančević, M., Kesić, A., Grujičić, R., Stojković, Ana, Životić, S., Stupar, D., Borovnica, V., Radosavljev-Kirćanski, J., Manojlović, I., Stojiljković, D.J., "Inpatient care in Serbia: trends in hospitalization and diagnostics over time" in European child & adolescent psychiatry, 27, no. 12 (2018):1645-1651,
https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-018-1191-3 . .
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Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth

Međedović, J.; Šoljaga, M.; Stojković, Ana; Gojević, I.

(Elsevier Ltd, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Međedović, J.
AU  - Šoljaga, M.
AU  - Stojković, Ana
AU  - Gojević, I.
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/445
AB  - HEXACO personality framework represents one of the most prominent models of human personality traits. Despite of this, there are no empirical studies that estimate the fitness outcomes of HEXACO traits, although this topic represents a basic foundation for the study of the contemporary evolution of personality. In the present research we explored the relations between HEXACO personality traits, and three fitness indicators: the number of children, the number of grandchildren and the age at first birth. Participants were selected from the community population of individuals in a post-reproductive stage (N = 255; Mage = 64.9 years). Results from the regression analyses showed that the number of children was associated with lower scores on Honesty and Openness and higher scores on Emotionality; Agreeableness was positively associated with this criterion but only in males. The number of grandchildren was predicted by low Openness and marginally by high Conscientiousness, while Honesty had positive zero-order correlation with the criterion measure. Individuals with higher Extraversion tended to reproduce earlier in their lifetime. Findings contribute to the empirical data which suggest that personality is related to biological fitness in contemporary human populations: this means that personality is likely under natural selection and hence, it continues to evolve.
PB  - Elsevier Ltd
T2  - Personality and Individual Differences
T1  - Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth
EP  - 148
SP  - 143
VL  - 129
DO  - 10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Međedović, J. and Šoljaga, M. and Stojković, Ana and Gojević, I.",
year = "2018",
abstract = "HEXACO personality framework represents one of the most prominent models of human personality traits. Despite of this, there are no empirical studies that estimate the fitness outcomes of HEXACO traits, although this topic represents a basic foundation for the study of the contemporary evolution of personality. In the present research we explored the relations between HEXACO personality traits, and three fitness indicators: the number of children, the number of grandchildren and the age at first birth. Participants were selected from the community population of individuals in a post-reproductive stage (N = 255; Mage = 64.9 years). Results from the regression analyses showed that the number of children was associated with lower scores on Honesty and Openness and higher scores on Emotionality; Agreeableness was positively associated with this criterion but only in males. The number of grandchildren was predicted by low Openness and marginally by high Conscientiousness, while Honesty had positive zero-order correlation with the criterion measure. Individuals with higher Extraversion tended to reproduce earlier in their lifetime. Findings contribute to the empirical data which suggest that personality is related to biological fitness in contemporary human populations: this means that personality is likely under natural selection and hence, it continues to evolve.",
publisher = "Elsevier Ltd",
journal = "Personality and Individual Differences",
title = "Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth",
pages = "148-143",
volume = "129",
doi = "10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014"
}
Međedović, J., Šoljaga, M., Stojković, A.,& Gojević, I.. (2018). Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth. in Personality and Individual Differences
Elsevier Ltd., 129, 143-148.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014
Međedović J, Šoljaga M, Stojković A, Gojević I. Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth. in Personality and Individual Differences. 2018;129:143-148.
doi:10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014 .
Međedović, J., Šoljaga, M., Stojković, Ana, Gojević, I., "Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth" in Personality and Individual Differences, 129 (2018):143-148,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014 . .
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Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth

Međedović, J.; Šoljaga, M.; Stojković, Ana; Gojević, I.

(Elsevier Ltd, 2018)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Međedović, J.
AU  - Šoljaga, M.
AU  - Stojković, Ana
AU  - Gojević, I.
PY  - 2018
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/444
AB  - HEXACO personality framework represents one of the most prominent models of human personality traits. Despite of this, there are no empirical studies that estimate the fitness outcomes of HEXACO traits, although this topic represents a basic foundation for the study of the contemporary evolution of personality. In the present research we explored the relations between HEXACO personality traits, and three fitness indicators: the number of children, the number of grandchildren and the age at first birth. Participants were selected from the community population of individuals in a post-reproductive stage (N = 255; Mage = 64.9 years). Results from the regression analyses showed that the number of children was associated with lower scores on Honesty and Openness and higher scores on Emotionality; Agreeableness was positively associated with this criterion but only in males. The number of grandchildren was predicted by low Openness and marginally by high Conscientiousness, while Honesty had positive zero-order correlation with the criterion measure. Individuals with higher Extraversion tended to reproduce earlier in their lifetime. Findings contribute to the empirical data which suggest that personality is related to biological fitness in contemporary human populations: this means that personality is likely under natural selection and hence, it continues to evolve.
PB  - Elsevier Ltd
T2  - Personality and Individual Differences
T1  - Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth
EP  - 148
SP  - 143
VL  - 129
DO  - 10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Međedović, J. and Šoljaga, M. and Stojković, Ana and Gojević, I.",
year = "2018",
abstract = "HEXACO personality framework represents one of the most prominent models of human personality traits. Despite of this, there are no empirical studies that estimate the fitness outcomes of HEXACO traits, although this topic represents a basic foundation for the study of the contemporary evolution of personality. In the present research we explored the relations between HEXACO personality traits, and three fitness indicators: the number of children, the number of grandchildren and the age at first birth. Participants were selected from the community population of individuals in a post-reproductive stage (N = 255; Mage = 64.9 years). Results from the regression analyses showed that the number of children was associated with lower scores on Honesty and Openness and higher scores on Emotionality; Agreeableness was positively associated with this criterion but only in males. The number of grandchildren was predicted by low Openness and marginally by high Conscientiousness, while Honesty had positive zero-order correlation with the criterion measure. Individuals with higher Extraversion tended to reproduce earlier in their lifetime. Findings contribute to the empirical data which suggest that personality is related to biological fitness in contemporary human populations: this means that personality is likely under natural selection and hence, it continues to evolve.",
publisher = "Elsevier Ltd",
journal = "Personality and Individual Differences",
title = "Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth",
pages = "148-143",
volume = "129",
doi = "10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014"
}
Međedović, J., Šoljaga, M., Stojković, A.,& Gojević, I.. (2018). Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth. in Personality and Individual Differences
Elsevier Ltd., 129, 143-148.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014
Međedović J, Šoljaga M, Stojković A, Gojević I. Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth. in Personality and Individual Differences. 2018;129:143-148.
doi:10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014 .
Međedović, J., Šoljaga, M., Stojković, Ana, Gojević, I., "Revealing complex relations between personality and fitness: HEXACO personality traits, life-time reproductive success and the age at first birth" in Personality and Individual Differences, 129 (2018):143-148,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.paid.2018.03.014 . .
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How children tell a lie: gender and school achievement differences in children's lie-telling

Stojković, Ana; Milosavljević, Nikola

(Italy : EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2016)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Stojković, Ana
AU  - Milosavljević, Nikola
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/801
AB  - Research about children’s lie-telling mainly include the so-called “temptation resistance
paradigm”. However, this procedure implicits only short, simple answers that do not require
in-depth elaboration of lies. Aim of this study was to enforce a new procedure for measuring
children’s ability to lie and investigate gender and school achivement differences in
children’s lie telling. New procedure is designed to measure the degree of ability to lie, based
on a person’s persuasiveness while telling a story of false autobiographical events. The
fulfillment of this task requires the ability to construct detailed, coherent and plausible
content of the story in a short period of time and the ability to present this content as
convincing in order to persuade others that the event really took place.
PB  - Italy : EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
C3  - Proceedings of the Trieste Symposium on Perception and Cognition
T1  - How children tell a lie: gender and school achievement differences in children's lie-telling
EP  - 87
SP  - 86
DO  - 10077/14898
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Stojković, Ana and Milosavljević, Nikola",
year = "2016",
abstract = "Research about children’s lie-telling mainly include the so-called “temptation resistance
paradigm”. However, this procedure implicits only short, simple answers that do not require
in-depth elaboration of lies. Aim of this study was to enforce a new procedure for measuring
children’s ability to lie and investigate gender and school achivement differences in
children’s lie telling. New procedure is designed to measure the degree of ability to lie, based
on a person’s persuasiveness while telling a story of false autobiographical events. The
fulfillment of this task requires the ability to construct detailed, coherent and plausible
content of the story in a short period of time and the ability to present this content as
convincing in order to persuade others that the event really took place.",
publisher = "Italy : EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste",
journal = "Proceedings of the Trieste Symposium on Perception and Cognition",
title = "How children tell a lie: gender and school achievement differences in children's lie-telling",
pages = "87-86",
doi = "10077/14898"
}
Stojković, A.,& Milosavljević, N.. (2016). How children tell a lie: gender and school achievement differences in children's lie-telling. in Proceedings of the Trieste Symposium on Perception and Cognition
Italy : EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste., 86-87.
https://doi.org/10077/14898
Stojković A, Milosavljević N. How children tell a lie: gender and school achievement differences in children's lie-telling. in Proceedings of the Trieste Symposium on Perception and Cognition. 2016;:86-87.
doi:10077/14898 .
Stojković, Ana, Milosavljević, Nikola, "How children tell a lie: gender and school achievement differences in children's lie-telling" in Proceedings of the Trieste Symposium on Perception and Cognition (2016):86-87,
https://doi.org/10077/14898 . .

Stav prema obaveznom cijepljenju djece: Postoji li otpor javnog ,mijenja i koji su njegovi korelati?

Stojković, Ana; Lazarević, Ana; Anzelm, Dunja; Drljača, Uroš; Žeželj, Iris; Damjanović, Kaja

(Zadar : Sveučilište u Zadru, Odeljenje za psihologiju, 2016)

TY  - CONF
AU  - Stojković, Ana
AU  - Lazarević, Ana
AU  - Anzelm, Dunja
AU  - Drljača, Uroš
AU  - Žeželj, Iris
AU  - Damjanović, Kaja
PY  - 2016
UR  - http://ipir.ipisr.org.rs/handle/123456789/799
PB  - Zadar : Sveučilište u Zadru, Odeljenje za psihologiju
C3  - Dani psihologije u Zadru
T1  - Stav prema obaveznom cijepljenju djece: Postoji li otpor javnog ,mijenja i koji su njegovi korelati?
EP  - 121
SP  - 121
VL  - 20
UR  - https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_799
ER  - 
@conference{
author = "Stojković, Ana and Lazarević, Ana and Anzelm, Dunja and Drljača, Uroš and Žeželj, Iris and Damjanović, Kaja",
year = "2016",
publisher = "Zadar : Sveučilište u Zadru, Odeljenje za psihologiju",
journal = "Dani psihologije u Zadru",
title = "Stav prema obaveznom cijepljenju djece: Postoji li otpor javnog ,mijenja i koji su njegovi korelati?",
pages = "121-121",
volume = "20",
url = "https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_799"
}
Stojković, A., Lazarević, A., Anzelm, D., Drljača, U., Žeželj, I.,& Damjanović, K.. (2016). Stav prema obaveznom cijepljenju djece: Postoji li otpor javnog ,mijenja i koji su njegovi korelati?. in Dani psihologije u Zadru
Zadar : Sveučilište u Zadru, Odeljenje za psihologiju., 20, 121-121.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_799
Stojković A, Lazarević A, Anzelm D, Drljača U, Žeželj I, Damjanović K. Stav prema obaveznom cijepljenju djece: Postoji li otpor javnog ,mijenja i koji su njegovi korelati?. in Dani psihologije u Zadru. 2016;20:121-121.
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Can religion be in service of evolution? Religiousness, fitness, and the age of firdt reproduction

Međedović, Janko; Aleksić, Mina; Stojković, Ana; Gojević, Ivana

(Zadar : Sveučilište u Zadru, Odeljenje za psihologiju, 2016)

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Međedović, J., Aleksić, M., Stojković, A.,& Gojević, I.. (2016). Can religion be in service of evolution? Religiousness, fitness, and the age of firdt reproduction. in Dani psihologije u Zadru
Zadar : Sveučilište u Zadru, Odeljenje za psihologiju., 20, 95-95.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_800
Međedović J, Aleksić M, Stojković A, Gojević I. Can religion be in service of evolution? Religiousness, fitness, and the age of firdt reproduction. in Dani psihologije u Zadru. 2016;20:95-95.
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_800 .
Međedović, Janko, Aleksić, Mina, Stojković, Ana, Gojević, Ivana, "Can religion be in service of evolution? Religiousness, fitness, and the age of firdt reproduction" in Dani psihologije u Zadru, 20 (2016):95-95,
https://hdl.handle.net/21.15107/rcub_ipir_800 .