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Health-related quality of life and psychological functioning among robotic radical prostatectomy patients
The current study examined predictors of mental health health-related quality of life (HRQoL) among patients with prostate cancer who have undergone robotic radical prostatectomy. Data were obtained from an existing database ...
The plantation as a center of disability: Then and now
In an article detailing the medical experimental and exploitation of black female bodies during times of slavery, Rachel Dudley details the notion of the plantation as a "cultural location of disability." The widespread ...
Authoritarianism and information courts as information providers in non-democracies
What explains autocrats' willingness to allow independent judicial decision-making under certain conditions, but restrict independence in others? This dissertation develops two game theoretic models that show authoritarian ...
Identity and person-job fit: Do you see me like I see me?
Increased interest in psychological entitlement and the imposter phenomenon has developed in recent years. Psychological entitlement is a "relatively stable belief that one should receive desirable treatment with little ...
The association between alcohol intake and the World Health Organization's criteria T-score groups in postmenopausal women
BACKGROUND: There is some evidence showing that moderate intake of alcohol consumption may be associated with increased bone mineral density, especially in postmenopausal women, however not all studies have supported this ...
Everywhere we go, people wanna know: A Buffalo case study in social justice storytelling
Storytelling forms an integral part of PUSH Buffalo's organizing model, both as a tool for activating and mobilizing its West Side constituents, and as a tactic for gaining support from key decision-makers and the general ...