Articles by Author: Asamenew Demessie Bireda

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  1. Perceived maternal and paternal psychological control by Ethiopian adolescents

    Perceived maternal and paternal psychological control by Ethiopian adolescents

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    The study primarily aimed to investigate the association between adolescents’ perception of parental psychological control and the adolescents’ self-esteem, school adjustment and depressive symptoms. Data were collected from 809 adolescents (females = 381 & males = 428; mean age = 16.8 years, SD = 1.58 years) from Ethiopian...
  2. Perceived parental warmth and adjustment among Ethiopian adolescents

    Perceived parental warmth and adjustment among Ethiopian adolescents

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study aimed to investigate the relationship between adolescents’ perception of parental warmth and their self-esteem, school adjustment and depression symptoms. Data were collected from 809 adolescents (female=47%; mean age=16.8 years; SD=1.58) from four different high schools in Ethiopia. The...
  3. Perceived parental involvement and well-being among Ethiopian adolescents

    Perceived parental involvement and well-being among Ethiopian adolescents

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study examined the relationship between perceived parent academic socialisation of their children and the children’s well-being in four domains: depression, self-esteem, school adjustment, and substance use. The participants consisted of 809 Ethiopian high school students, mostly male (52.9%) (mean...
  4. Daily life with early orphanhood from HIV/AIDS: An exploratory study

    Daily life with early orphanhood from HIV/AIDS: An exploratory study

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study explored the everyday lived life by South African early adolescents orphaned by HIV/AIDS. Informants were ten early adolescents (age range 12 to 14 years; females = 6; males = 4) from a low socioeconomic status neighbourhood of Johannesburg. The adolescents completed autobiographical...