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Salaries and satisfaction: A cross-national analysis of the effect of motherhood on paid employment
Building off of the concept of the “Gender Paradox” in job satisfaction, this study investigates whether a paradox in job satisfaction exists among women, specifically between mothers and childless women supported by ...
Examining partner experiences of returning Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom veterans
This study investigated the experiences of partners of Operation Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom veterans. The main purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between grief in the partners of the veterans and ...
Impact of parental education on children's development
Parents' education, and in particular, mother's education is shown to have a positive effect on their children's outcomes. However, questions on its causality, channels by which the effect transmits and the relative ...
A preliminary examination of the associations among worksite environment, worksite health culture, and modifiable employee health risk
In recent years, the focus of worksite health promotion has begun to shift from the individual employee to the worksite environment and health culture. The purpose of this study was to examine the cross-sectional associations ...
The role of school-based support and coping skills in the development of anxiety in LGBTQ young adults
This study examined the relationships between lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) young adults' experiences of disclosure-related acceptance and rejection, perceived helpfulness of LGBTQ-specific ...
An evaluation of a comprehensive and restorative residential treatment program for youth who cause sexual harm: Do family engagement and trauma-focused interventions matter?
Restorative treatment approaches for youth who cause sexual harm is a relatively new phenomenon that necessitates the comprehensive examination of a multitude of outcomes, including recidivism rates, academic functioning, ...
'Who knows what' vs. 'who knows who': Strategic content seeking in social media
The ubiquity of social media has enhanced consumers' ability to stay in touch as well as save and access information about others at will. This easy access to information on social media has the potential to change the way ...
Girls Growing in Wellness and Balance: Examining the efficacy of a parent program in eating disorder prevention
The present study seeks of investigate the effectiveness of Girls Growing in Wellness and Balance
Motivating language theory: A cross-cultural comparison
Motivational language theory is the depiction of employee motivation derived from leader's social performance (Sullivan, 1988). In particular, Sullivan argues that leader's execution of three key speech acts impair or ...
Agent-based Modeling of Social Influence, Traffic Patterns, and Warning Strategies during Hurricane Evacuation
As coastal populations experience the growing threat of hurricanes as a consequence of global climate change, research on hurricane evacuation has drawn increasing attention from scientists, emergency management planners, ...