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Introduction. The consequences of acquired hearing loss in adults condition their psychosocial functioning and imply changes in the quality of life related to disorders in social and emotional functioning. Hearing loss is considered a risk factor for reduced psychosocial functioning and self-esteem. Psychosocial well-being and preserved self-esteem...

By Jasmina Karić B., Milena Kordić B., Gorica Vuksanović, Jana Mitrić

In contemporary psychological literature, there is a huge amount of research concerning self-esteem as well as the importance of high or low level of it for the adaptive and maladaptive behavior of a person. Self-esteem is defined as the result of one's self-conception and self-evaluation, respectively. It is extremely important during adolescence ...

By Olivera Kalajdžić, Ranka Perućica