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Psychosocial factors in non-adherence to cancer therapy
A burgeoning set of studies have examined the psychosocial factors associated with adherence to medical regimens. Yet, treatment breaks from cancer therapy that may hinder treatment progression and exacerbate side-effects ...
Decision Making During a Simulated Public Heatlh Crisis
The purpose of this study was to investigate the behavior of participants during a simulated public health crisis, and specifically an influenza pandemic. Participants moved through three types of pandemics (mild, moderate, ...
GENETICALLY MODIFIED FOODS, PERSONAL VALUES, PERCEPTIONS OF MORALITY, AND THE EFFECTS OF SELF-CONFRONTATION ON THE STABILITY OF PERSONAL VALUES
The purpose of this study was to investigate the role of moral perceptions in activating personal values. This study attempted to address three questions: (a) Does perceiving a moral component to biotechnology activate ...
ASK AND YOU SHALL (NOT) RECEIVE: A STUDY OF SOCIAL NETWORK CONTACTS AND EMPLOYMENT ASSISTANCE
A growing body of literature identifies social network contacts as playing an integral part in linking job seekers with jobs. Most research in this area focuses on people after they have found work with the help of their ...
Interdisciplinary Research Among U.S. Doctoral Graduates: An Examination of Definitions, Measurement, Early Career Outcomes, and Sex Differences
Interdisciplinary research has become quite popular in recent years, yet there are many unanswered questions about it. This dissertation aims to address some of these unanswered questions about interdisciplinary research, ...