Valerijs Dombrovskis (Dr.psych) is a docent at Daugavpils University, Faculty of Educational and Management, Department of Pedagogy and Educational Psychology, and an expert of Latvian Council of Sciences in psychology.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
The Style of Solving Conflict Situations, Demonstration of Harmony in Work, and Compatibility Depending on Individual Psychological Characteristics of Secondary School Principals in Latvia

The research examines the style of solving conflict situations and demonstration of harmony in work and compatibility depending on individual psychological characteristics of school principals’ personalities in Latvia.

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Sustainability Designed Learning Environment for Preschool Children: The Case of Latvia

The current study explores the peculiarities of a sustainability- oriented learning environment in a pre-school as a more efficient learning environment for a holistic upbringing in pre-school children.

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Unity of Affect and Intellect for Future Teachers’ Education Sustainable Development

This study investigates correlation between intelligence and emotional intelligence, emotional stability-instability and extraversion-introversion of university students from education programs and suggests that for sustainable education, further EQ advancement is recommended.

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Does a Rural Teacher’s Work Dissatisfaction and Work Experience Influence Burnout Syndrome Formation?

The research analyses the interrelation between the levels of a rural teacher’s work satisfaction/dissatisfaction and professional burnout syndrome formation, as well as his/her pedagogical work experience.

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Published online: July 24, 2015

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Responding to the Refugee Crisis in Europe: The Case of Latvia

This study is an in-depth social psychological analysis of Latvian residents’ attitudes towards refugees.

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