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ISSN: 2587-0130
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Journal of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing

ISSN: 2587-0130 (Online)
Journal of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing (ISSN 2587-0130) is a peer-reviewed journal covering positive psychology and provides an international forum for the science of positive psychology in education and school settings. The JPPW, which is published four times a year, is an open-access that publishes research outcomes with significant contributions to the understanding and improvement of the positive psychology of education and services in school settings. The journal encompasses a full range of methodologies and orientations that include educational, cognitive, social, behavioral, preventive, cross-cultural, and developmental perspectives. The JPPW publishes research regarding the education of populations across the life span.

Vol. 6 No. 2 (2022): Vol. 6 No. 2 (2022): Journal of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing

Published: 2022-02-19

The Consequences Of Cyberbullying On The Mental Health Of High School Students In Fiji.

Victor Mafone Alasa, Ashna Siwan, Awadhesh Kumar Shirotriya, Ranita Devi


Conceptions About Virtual And Face-To-Face Modalities In University Students

Cesar Augusto Hernández-Suarez, Audin Aloiso Gamboa-Suárez, Raúl Prada-Núñez

49 –72

Interrelationship Of University Students With Digital Technologies In Times Of Crisis

Raúl Prada-Núñez, Cesar Augusto Hernández-Suarez, William Rodrigo Avendaño-Castro

73 – 89

Design Of Algorithms For Developing Computational Thinking In Elementary And Middle School Students.

Cesar Augusto Hernández-Suárez, Audin Aloiso Gamboa-Suárez, William Rodrigo Avendaño-Castro

90 – 107

Well-being and impact of educational actors in times of Pandemic

Willian Rodrigo Avendaño-Castro, César Augusto Hernández-Suárez, Raúl Prada-Nuñez

108 – 118

Predictor Of Turnover Intention In Hospital Industry

R A.A. Media Martadiani, I Wayan Gde Supartha, I Gusti Ayu Manuati Dewi, I Gede Riana

119 –130

Development of Multimedia Cartoons based on Factors that Users, Expected

Chawanrat Srinounpan, Walaiporn Sornkliang, Rattayagon Thaiphan, Jeerawat Naksuwan, Auyporn Chukeaw, Kritaphat Songsri-in, Munlika Rattaphun, Jureerat Chaykeeree

169 –179

Slow Halal Food as Puller Destination in Lake Toba

Nurintan Asyiah Siregar, Elfindri , Sari Lenggogeni , Neng Kamarni


Road Detection and Segmentation using OpenCV

Ankit Singh, Pranab Hazra, Moupali Roy , Abhijit Ghosh


The Impact of Social Media Marketing To Tourism Post-COVID19 In Malaysia

Khairun Nisa Mustaffa Halabi, Masri Abdul Lasi, Mustaffa Halabi Azahari, Saw Eu Gene


Effectiveness of Simulation-based Training Program in Basic Life Support on Nursing Students’ Knowledge and Practice

Mohammad Khaliefeh Bani Younis, Heyam Al-Aaraj, Doa’a Abdullah Dwairej, Lubna Abdullah Dwairej, Walid Theib Mohammad, Mohammad Ahmad Alme'ani


Effect of Distance Learning on Providing Hyperactive Students with Some Verbal and Non-Verbal Skills: Yenmo Platform as A Model

Dr. Ayman Ramddan Zhran, Dr. Mahra Hamyer Almalek, Dr. Mostafa Mohamed Abo Elnour Abdel Mawla, Prof. Fayz Al-Thunaibat


Teachers' Perceptions of the Influence of "Mover School" in Generating Pancasila Student Profiles

Iskandar Agung, Subijanto, Yendri Wirda, Etty Sofyatiningrum, Nur Listiawati, Widodo


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