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Understanding profeminist male experiences : a model of personal change and social transformation
Although researchers have begun to show critical interest in men as gendered beings, there has been little in-depth theoretical analysis or scholarly development in the area. Most writing has focused only on defining the ...
Anti-gay violence at the University of Saskatchewan : occurrences, mental and physical health consequences, and perceived effectiveness of support services
The present research documented the occurrence of anti-gay harassment and violence at the University of Saskatchewan (U of S), examined the mental and physical health consequences of this form of victimization, and assessed ...
The role of ventral tegmental dopamine neurons and the effects of central and peripheral dopamine agonists on fear motivation as measured by the potentiated acoustic startle reflex in rats
The involvement of dopamine (DA) in the emotional and psychiatric disturbances associated with schizophrenia and psychomotor stimulant abuse is well known; however, the mechanism by which DA mediates fear expression and ...
Meaning in life : an exploration of the relevance of psychological theories to older women
The purpose of this study was to explore the experience of meaning in life and to consider the relevance of psychological theories of meaning in life to the lived experiences of meaning in the lives of older women in ...
Neuropsychological concomitants of major depression
The limits of the cognitive deficits associated with depression were investigated with a battery of standardized neuropsychological tests. In addition, the various perspectives regarding the mechanism responsible for the ...
The effects of personal and social resources, and relationship-focused coping on distress among couples confronted with gynecological cancer
The purpose of this study was to gain a better understanding of how personal resources and coping strategies relate to distress in the coping efforts of husbands and wives six to 36 months (x = 25 months) post diagnosis ...