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ID32055856Published Date2020-02-14JournalThe journals of gerontology. Series B, Psychological sciences and social sciences, 2020-02-14
The purpose of this study was to examine dynamic links between changes in social ties and changes in emotional well-being.Trivariate dual-change score models were used to test whether a large number of close ties would be more strongly associated with low levels of depressed affect than a large number of weaker ties, and a large number of weaker ties more strongly with high levels of positive affect compared to a large number of close ties, across three waves of a large, regionally-representa…
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ID32027156Published Date2020-02-06JournalLaw and human behavior, 2020-02-06
This study presents a prospective evaluation of the contribution of criminogenic factors, psychiatric symptomatology, and neighborhood-level factors to risk for self-reported gun violence by adolescents with criminal justice involvement.We hypothesized that elevated psychiatric symptom clusters would be associated with increased risk for gun violence after accounting for criminogenic factors and that neighborhood contextual variables would contribute independently to gun violence risk control…
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ID31609821Published Date2020-02-05JournalNursing education perspectives, 2020-02-05
Nurses play an essential role in providing compassionate evidence-based care at the end of life, yet many undergraduate students have limited opportunities to participate in end-of-life care experiences. Arts-based pedagogy has been explored as a strategy in nursing education that focuses on the affective domain of learning. The purpose of this qualitative narrative analysis was to explore the impact of an arts-based reflection assignment on student affective learning using artistic images de…
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ID31032700Published Date2020-02-01JournalNursing ethics, 2020-02-01, Volume 27
This article explores emerging ethical questions that result from knowledge development in a complex, technological age. Nursing practice is at a critical ideological and ethical precipice where decision-making is enhanced and burdened by new ways of knowing that include artificial intelligence, algorithms, Big Data, genetics and genomics, neuroscience, and technological innovation. On the positive side is the new understanding provided by large data sets; the quick and efficient reduction of…
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ID32059924Published Date2020-01-22JournalJournal of substance abuse treatment, 2020-01-22
Proponents of complex post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) constructs suggest that specific trauma characteristics, such as earlier age of first trauma (trauma age) and higher number of traumas (trauma count), may obstruct PTSD symptom reduction in treatment. PTSD and substance use disorders (SUD) commonly co-occur, but the impact of trauma age and count on PTSD treatment responses in a comorbid PTSD and SUD sample is unclear. Further, no studies have examined the impact of trauma characteri…
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ID31855026Published Date2019-12-19JournalJournal of counseling psychology, 2019-12-19
To draw clinically meaningful evidence-supported implications about the alliance-outcome association, recent studies have investigated patient-therapist congruence on ruptures in alliance. The present study investigated patient-therapist congruence on ruptures and its consequences on subsequent session outcome in 2 types of treatments that differ in the training therapists receive to identify ruptures: brief relational therapy (BRT), in which therapists receive alliance-focused training, and …
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IDDOI:10.1177/0265407519888696Published Date2019-12-05JournalJournal of Social and Personal Relationships, 2019-12-05
Concerns about what to say or do can compromise first impressions. In previous research, the anxiously attached—desperate to connect but preoccupied with potential rejection—had first impressions tainted with manifest anxiety (MAnx) and social disengagement (SDis). But which communication channels—content, sound, or visual—are most problematic? Distinguishing between channels is necessary to inform interventions that might help the anxiously attached initiate relationships. The present explor…
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IDDOI:10.2308/aahj-52538Published Date2019-12-01JournalAccounting Historians Journal, 2019-12-01, Volume 46
This paper traces the evolution of the chief accounting and chief financial officers from minor figures in corporate governance for most of the 20th century to senior management positions by the late 1970s. The paper begins with the testimony before Congress of Arthur Tucker during the debates over the legislation that would become the 1933 Securities Act. Tucker's testimony resulted in the controller or chief accounting officer being included among those persons specifically listed as potent…
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Project Number5R36MH116680-02Funding AgencyNational Institutes of HealthEffective Date2019-12-01Expiration Date2020-11-30Funding Amount$36,347
Project Summary The prevalence rate of intimate partner violence (IPV) for African American women is high, affecting 43.7% across the U.S.3 Women who experience IPV perpetration are four times more likely to attempt suicide than women who have never been abused and are more likely to experience a range of chronic mental health problems, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, and anxiety, as well as sleep and eating disorders.6,7 Of particular note, African American women…
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ID31822377Published Date2019-11-29JournalApplied nursing research : ANR, 2019-11-29
This study assessed the acceptability and limited efficacy of a self-management intervention to improve lifestyle behaviors and headache outcomes among rural adolescents with recurrent headache.Participants were randomly assigned to a self-management intervention for adolescent headache (SMI-AH, n = 13) or standard care group (n = 17). The SMI-AH group participated in goal-setting, self-monitoring, and information processing to modify lifestyle behaviors (missed meals, caffeine intake, and po…
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