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Jurgita
Babarskienė

Assistant Professor

From: Lithuania

At LCC Since: 2001

Key Areas

  • Qualitative Studies
  • Interpersonal Communication

Bio

Jurgita Babarskienė is an assistant professor in the department of Psychology at LCC International University. Having graduated from LCC with a BA in English, Jurgita continued her education with an MCS in Marriage, Family and Community at Regent college in Vancouver, BC, Canada and a BA in Psychology and an MA in Educational Psychology at Klaipėda University.  Her research areas include relationships, education, and qualitative studies. Jurgita also volunteers for a crisis pregnancy center. In her free time, she enjoys her guinea pigs, music, and walking. 

Publications

Relationship between agreeableness, openness to experience, academic motivation, and performance among university students during COVID-19 pandemic.

LCC author(s): Jurgita Babarskienė

Other author(s): Kutserubova, A.

NTED 2022 proceedings: 16th annual international technology, education and development conference, 7-8 March, 2022, p. 3143-3148., 2022.

The experience of young adults in heading toward the “new normal”: “I can imagine myself getting old with a mask on my face”.

LCC author(s): Jurgita Babarskienė

Other author(s): Vaičekauskaitė, R., Stewart, J., Gedrimė, L.

Kultura i edukacja = Culture and education, (no. 4 (134)), p. 187-211, 2021.

Resilience to pandemic by use of creative thinking: experience of Lithuanian public health professionals.

LCC author(s): Jurgita Babarskienė

Other author(s): Vaičekauskaitė, R., Grubliauskienė, J.

INTED 2021 : 15th international technology, education and development conference : conference proceedings, p. 7488-7495, 2021.

Recognizing the elephant in the room: perceptions of disability among health care students and professors.

LCC author(s): Jurgita Babarskienė

Other author(s): Vaičekauskaitė, R.

INTED 2021 : 15th international technology, education and development conference : conference proceedings, p. 7516-7523, 2021.

Family-focused quality of life assessment and its implications for children’s social welfare: an ecological validity context.

LCC author(s): Jurgita Babarskienė

Other author(s): Grubliauskienė, J., Vaičekauskaitė, R.

Social welfare : interdisciplinary approach, vol. 9 (2), p. 8-17., 2020.