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  1. Intrapersonal and Interpersonal Consequences of Loneliness: Health Behavior, Social Interactions, Self-Disclosure, and...

    As a social species, human beings are driven by an innate desire to belong and are thus motivated to develop and maintain meaningful social relationships. As such, perceiving a lack of belongingness strongly...

  2. Who Benefits From Family Support? Work Schedule and Family Differences

    Prior research has demonstrated the benefits of family-supportive organization perceptions (FSOP) for reducing stress, increasing satisfaction, and increasing worker commitment; however, less research has...

  3. Listening to the Voices of Latina Women: Sexual and Reproductive Health Intervention Needs and Priorities in a New Settlement...

    Latina women in the United States are disproportionately affected by negative sexual and reproductive health outcomes. Our community-based participatory research partnership conducted in-depth interviews...

  4. The Influence of Sense of Community on the Relationship Between Community Participation and Recovery for Individuals with...

    The Community Mental Health Act of 1963 launched the deinstitutionalization movement, whereby individuals with serious mental illnesses were released from psychiatric hospitals and began living and receiving...

  5. Exploring Dietary Sacrifice in Intimate Relationships for Couples with Celiac Disease

    Prior research on eating behaviors has shown that romantic partners actively merge their dietary preferences throughout the course of a relationship and find significant value in cooking and eating the same...

  6. Motivations of Yoga Teachers and the Impact of Training and Teaching

    Objective: Most research on yoga focuses on efficacy with physical and mental health conditions. Little attention is given to yoga teachers. This project focused on motivations to engage in yoga teacher...

  7. Real-Time Monitoring of Personal Exposures to Carbon Dioxide

    Elevated indoor CO2 levels are indicative of insufficient ventilation in occupied spaces and correlate with elevated concentrations of pollutants of indoor origin. Adverse health and well-being outcomes...

  8. The Role of Recovery from Work in Work Stress-Related Drinking

    Alcohol consumption has been linked to numerous adverse health and well-being outcomes; therefore determining what motivates individuals to drink is of utmost importance. One reason individuals may drink is to...

  9. Multnomah County Project Launch Evaluation

    Early childhood is a critical time in human development. Any experience, positive or negative, can influence long-term outcomes for physical, emotional, social, and cognitive health (Center on the Developing...

  10. Exploring the Positive Utility of Travel and Mode Choice

    Why do people travel? Underlying most travel behavior research is the derived-demand paradigm of travel analysis, which assumes that travel demand is derived from the demand for spatially separated activities,...

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