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International Journal of Emergency Mental Health and Human Resilience
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Ahmed M. Alkhalaf

Faculty of Medicine, Al Baha University, Saudi Arabia


Ahmed Mohammed Alkhalaf, PhD, MSc, is an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Sciences & Clinical Psychology, Faculty of Medicine, AlBaha University. His research interest was in Psychological, Assessment, Psychopathology, Mental Illness, Psychological Testing, Clinical Assessment, Psychoeducation, Clinical Health Psychology, Addiction Psychology, Motivational Interviewing, Medical Education.

Positive and Negative Affect, Anxiety, and Academic Achievement among Medical Students in Saudi Arabia

Several studies have proven that an individual’s psychological well-being is an essential element of his or her health. Stress and anxiety both play roles in the overall functioning of the individual. They have been shown to have powerful influence on students and their overall academic achievement and performance in their courses. In the pre... Read More»

Ahmed M. Alkhalaf

Research Article: Int J Emerg Ment Health 2018, 20: 397

DOI: 10.4172/1522-4821.1000397

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