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Risk and protective factors for adolescent substance use
The objective of this study was to assess the degree to which a set of 17 psychosocial variables could predict group membership of adolescent substance users versus adolescent non-users of substances. Past research has ...
A model of sexual assault acknowledgment : blame, social support, posttraumatic stress, and posttraumatic growth
Previous research has indicated that approximately half of the women who have experiences which are consistent with legal descriptions of rape do not identify themselves as having experienced a rape. A model of sexual ...
The impact of culture on psychological assessment
The purpose of the present study was to examine the relationship between culture and the clinical practice of psychological assessment. Over the past decade, psychologists have come under criticism for maintaining a ...
An investigation of the validity and reliability of the Severity Of Renal Disease Scale (SORDS)
The Severity of Renal Disease Scale (SORDS) was developed to provide a single score reflecting disease severity of renal patients independent of confounding psychosocial influences. This study examined SORDS' reliability ...
The power of the DRM false memory paradigm : forwards and backwards
Deese (1959) presented word lists composed of semantic associates of a critical non-presented word (CNW), and found that his lists produced CNW intrusions in free recall. Roediger and McDermott (1995) rediscovered and ...
Coping behaviour and outcome in two pain populations : a general adult population with neck or low back pain & individuals suffering from pain due to motor-vehicle Injuries
The role of coping behaviour in the adjustment of pain sufferers has received much attention in recent years. However, despite the abundance of research, there are still some gaps in the literature. For example, little ...