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Chaney, Elizabeth H. - - 2011
BACKGROUND: Few assessments of stress and depression have been developed and validated for use with the Latino migrant and seasonal farmworker (MSFW) population, and very little research has been conducted to identify the coping mechanisms used by MSFWs to deal with these psychological issues. PURPOSE: The purpose was to develop ...
Ferraro, Kenneth - - 2011
Objectives: To determine if implementation of an abstinence education program is associated with academic performance.
Baldwin, Sue - - 2011
Quality assurance in health education/promotion profession has taken significant strides over recent decades to enhance the delivery of health education/promotion services to consumers. Over the past 35+ years the profession has helped to provide quality assurance by working to credential both the academic professional preparation programs and the individuals who ...
Norwood, Carolette - - 2011
This study assesses socio-behavioral influence on HIV testing among non-marginalized African American women (N = 432African-American women). Participants were drawn from a major Midwestern university. Over half tested for HIV at least once (63.6%). HIV tested women were more likely to report aprior STD (45%), sexual relations with someone previously ...
Hurtado-Ortiz, Maria - - 2011
This research study examined the behavioral lifestyle patterns and health status of at-risk Latino college students for future diabetes onset in relation to their age, gender, and acculturation status. Participants were 156 Latino (34% male and 66% female) university students who had a first and/or second degree relative afflicted with ...
Kelley-Baker, Tara - - 2011
Objective: We examined the effect of a brief intervention, titled SafeNights, to reduce victimization among young college-aged females.
Harris, G.L.A. - - 2011
Healthcare disparities are fast encroaching upon equal access healthcare systems like the military. While this growth has been attributed to the same antecedents as those found in the general civilian population, four additional assumptions are posited as contributing factors to healthcare disparities that are peculiar to the military. Research on ...
Lee, Doohee - - 2011
Nonmedical use of prescription drugs is increasingly prevalent in the United States, but limited research is available on prescription drugs misuse in the workforce. We investigated whether absenteeism and turnover are associated with having problems linked to prescription drug misuse among employees. We also further explored the moderating effects of ...
Neely-Barnes, Susan - - 2011
This study assesses the social, emotional and behavioral symptoms of 2,575 youth who were receiving behavioral health services from a private provider agency, either in an out of home placement (e.g., foster care home, a group home or a residential treatment facility) or in their own home (through the In-Home ...
Hy, Ronald - - 2011
Public sector spending on health care clearly has a positive economic impact on local communities. Not only does such spending provide residents with better health care, but it is widely recognized as an investment that returns continual dividends in the form of better jobs, higher incomes, and additional state and ...
Carneiro, Goncalo - - 2011
Fisheries agreements with the European Community (EC) are an important component of the fisheries sector in Cape Verde and Sao Tome e Principe, constituting today a key source of income for the respective fisheries administration. In spite of this, and of the fact that these agreements have been renewed several ...
Mossbridge, Julia - - 2011
Palmer, John - - 2011
Parker, Adrian - - 2011
Schlitz, Marilyn - - 2011
Schonwetter, Tim - - 2011
Prior studies seem to provide evidence for an anomalous increase in heart rate during the presentation of objects that were later randomly chosen and presented as target objects in a forced-choice guessing task. We investigated 48 participant pairs in a modified paradigm: We implemented a spatially separated partner who handled ...
Kelley, Michael - - 2011
Previous research has indicated a consistent relationship between paranormal belief and schizotypy. The present study sought to replicate these findings, and to explore the differential associations of various dimensions of paranormal belief with the various dimensions of schizotypy. Tobacyk's Paranormal Beliefs Scale (PBS), the Schizotypal Personality Questionnaire (SPQ), the STA, ...
Roxburgh, Elizabeth - - 2011
The purpose of this study was to explore the personality and psychological wellbeing of Spiritualist mental mediums compared to nonmedium Spiritualists. A total of 159 Spiritualists (mediums = 80, nonmediums = 79) participated in a nationwide cross-sectional survey and completed measures of dissociation, boundary-thinness, psychological wellbeing, fantasy-proneness, and personality. Mediums ...
Murray, Aja - - 2011
Meta-analytic techniques are held in particularly high esteem in parapsychology owing to their important contribution to debates on the controversial issue of psi replicability. They are, however, associated with some serious limitations. The present paper evaluates the extent to which these limitations have represented a significant impediment to the resolution ...
Marcusson-Clavertz, David - - 2011
We examined how hypnotizability, dissociation, alterations in consciousness, belief in success, and previous psi experiences related to performance in a ganzfeld psi task. High (n = 14) and low (n = 12) hypnotizables participated in 2 sessions. The first included measures of dissociation and alterations in consciousness during ganzfeld, whereas ...
Palmer, John - - 2011
Drivas, Peter - - 2011
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