Browsing by Subject "non-cognitive skills"
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A PSYCHOSOCIAL MODEL OF GERIATRIC DEPRESSION: MEDIATING ROLES OF FAMILY SUPPORT AND CONFUCIAN COPING (National Institute of Development Administration, 3/6/2022);
Geriatric depression is a serious public health issue worldwide, and also closely related to successful aging. With the intensification of the aging population in China, the issues in geriatric depression require more attention. This study aimed to further explore the relationship of phychosocial factors to geriatric depression from a holistic view, focusing on the impact of social resources, personal skills, coping styles on depression in Chinese older adults under influence of Confucian culture. Non-cognitive skills and Confucian coping ...
WAGE DETERMINATION IN LAO PDR: COGNITIVE AND SOCIO-EMOTIONAL SKILLS (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2023);
This research investigates the significance of cognitive skills and socio-emotional skills in explaining wage variability in less-developed countries such as Lao PDR. The analysis is using an expanded Mincerian model based on data collected from the Skills toward Employment and Productivity (STEP) Household Survey which is a study conducted by the World Bank (2012). The results revealed that for a cognitive skill there are positive and significant relationships between an additional year of schooling, years of work experience and wages. For ...