Nataliya V. Bogacheva

Nataliya V. Bogacheva

Bogacheva, N.V.
I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow, Russia
  • Mobile Food Tracking Apps: Do They Provoke Disordered Eating Behavior? Results of a Longitudinal Study
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    Aslanova, M.S., Valieva, A.S., Bogacheva, N.V., Skupova, A.M. (2024). Mobile Food Tracking Apps: Do They Provoke Disordered Eating Behavior? Results of a Longitudinal Study, Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 17(1), 00-00. DOI: 10.11621/pir.2024.0104

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  • Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Hardiness and Meaningfulness Reduce Negative Effects on Psychological Well-Being
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    Epishin, V.E., Salikhova, A.B., Bogacheva, N.V.*, Bogdanova, M.D., Kiseleva, M.G. (2020). Mental Health and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Hardiness and Meaningfulness Reduce Negative Effects on Psychological Well-Being. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 13(4), 75-88.

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  • ‘Diagnosis of Basic Learning Skills Task Battery’ Modified for Engineering Students
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    Ilyasov, I.I., Aslanova, M.S., Bogacheva, N.V. (2020). ‘Diagnosis of Basic Learning Skills Task Battery’ Modified for Engineering Students. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 13(3), 145-160.

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  • Representations of Medical Risks and Their Connection to Different Personal Characteristics of Doctors and Medical Students
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    Kornilova, T.V., Pavlova, E.M., Bogacheva, N.V., Kamenev, I.I., Krasavtseva, Yu.V. (2020). Representations of Medical Risks and Their Connection to Different Personal Characteristics of Doctors and Medical Students. Psychology in Russia: State of the Art, 13(1), 99-120.

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