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The fourth section of the volume reunites three

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The fourth section of the volume reunites three studies and explores the specificity of psychological resilience, from the perspective of family as an analysis unit. The study developed by Cristina Maria Bostan is focused on the impact of personality factors and family resilience in developing personal relationships, particularly on the process of harmonization of common goals that can ensure the building of a stable, long- term relationship which brings comfort and psychological well-being to both partners. Diana-Sînziana Duca analyzes the relationship between stress and resilience in the families of children with autism. The study highlights that intense parental stress, associated with the care of a child diagnosed with an Autism spectrum disorder could be compensated by positive evolutions emerging during this process, such as the enhancement of family resilience. The third study from this section, written by Liliana-Camelia Pavel, analyzes the role played by parents' involvement in the process of transformative learning and by family resilience in improving the children's school situation. The author argues for involving parents in parenting programs or support groups that could maximize parental competency. Finally, the fifth section of the volume analyzes the resilient mechanisms in children. Stating that the parents' role in children's resilient development is crucial, Marici Marius critically synthesizes the results of recent research on children resilience and argues for the need of developing and implementing parental psycho-education programs specific to psychological resilience. Placing resilience in the context of the digital era, in which children acquire the characteristic of “digital natives”, Smaranda Gabriela Onofrei studies the way digital natives are capable to identify coping strategies in order to apply them in managing stress and in order to develop digital endurance. We hope that, approaching psychological resilience in its multidimensionality and combining theoretical and applied perspectives, the volume Dimensions of psychological resilience. Theoretical and applied approaches offers a comprehensive image of the most recent evolutions in the field of psychological resilience theory and practice. Aurora Hri ț uleac, Ciprian Marius Ceobanu
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  297 Note despre autori Cristina Maria Bostan este bursier doctoral al Academiei Române, Filiala Ia ş i, în cadrul proiectului POSDRU/159/1.5/S/133675 Inovare ș i dezvoltare în structurarea ș i reprezentarea cunoa ș terii prin burse doctorale ș i postdoctorale (IDSRC – doc postdoc) ş i doctorand în Psihologie, Universitatea „Alexandru Ioan Cuza” Ia ș i. Interesele sale de cercetare generale asupra motiva ţ iei individuale ş i st ă rii de bine se reflect ă în lucr ă rile sale privind schimb ă rile produse în timp, la nivel emo ţ ional sau în interac ţ iune cu dimensiuni reziliente a dinamicii diadice. Aceste lucr ă ri au fost pân ă în prezent sus ţ inute prin publicarea de studii ş tiin ţ
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