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BACKGROUND: HIV risk perceptions have been unreliable in predicting behavioral change, suggesting that significantfactors which may contribute to HIV risk perception remain unknown.OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this research was to describe HIV risk perceptions of two discordant samples and theorize...
Teaching through collaboration models will greatly benefit future practitioners and professionals who intend to meet the needs of consumers, provide quality care, and be cost-effective. Clearly, the needs of people with psychiatric disabilities are complex and require the expertise of multiple...
Researchers have demonstrated that 15% to 30% of all women were sexually abused as children. Although information on the emotional; behavioral cognitive, and medical sequelae of this abuse has been available to mental health professionals, problems that abuse survivors experience during routine...
BACKGROUND: The social support network and spiritual orientation of Alcoholics Anonymous were significant predictors of the choice of this study's sample of 125 sober alcoholic women to actively participate in Alcoholics Anonymous for at least 1 year. Religious affiliation is another choice that...
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