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The impact of life stress, coping style, and depressive symptomatology on HIV treatment adherence
Individuals infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) are living longer lives as a result of treatment with antiretroviral therapies (ART). Unfortunately, many HIV+ individuals have difficulty adhering adequately ...
The impact of social support and organizational commitment on network centrality and job satisfaction in a faith-based, nonprofit organization
The current study examines the relationship between network centrality and job satisfaction in a faith-based, nonprofit organization. The study proposes a mediation model such that social support and organizational commitment ...
Development of a hybrid dimensional model and measure of social anxiety symptomatology
Many of the popular diagnostic, assessment, and treatment practices in psychology and psychiatry have been the subject of repeated criticism for their organization of mental disorders into finite categories, rather than ...
The attribution process in close relationships
High self-esteem people tend to make more benign attributions for their partner's bad behavior than low self-esteem people. The current research examines why this is the case. According to the proposed model of the attribution ...
Influence of parents and friends on overweight and normal-weight children's and adolescents' food choices
Although most eating occurs in a social context, little is known about the developmental trajectory of the effects of social influences on children' and adolescents' eating behavior. In fact, the literature on the influence ...
Buffalo Cardio-Metabolic Occupational Police Stress study: An exploratory analysis of post-traumatic stress, depression, metabolic syndrome and salivary cortisol
Chronic stress has been hypothesized to lead to depression, as well as a multitude of medical ailments. It is postulated that stress, depression, and metabolic syndrome exhibit the potential to share a common pathway through ...