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Testing a Dialectical Model of Meaning in Life in Four Cultures
It has been well established that subjective well-being and meaning in life are important to individuals' overall psychological functioning. One important but unanswered question is whether meaning in life and well-being ...
The Experience of Student Nurses While Caring for Patients at Risk for Suicide
Suicide is a major public health problem worldwide. Evidence suggests that healthcare providers do not consistently screen, assess, and manage individuals at risk for suicide. In order for suicide prevention efforts to be ...
ISLAMOPHOBIA AND THE MUSLIM AMERICAN IDENTITY: AN EXPLORATION OF GENDER, SES, AND SELF-ESTEEM
The rise of Islamophobia has been likened to Europe’s anti-Semitism and the segregation of people of color in the 1900s in the U.S. However, a dearth of research exists regarding the impact of Islamophobia on Muslim ...
Evaluating Risk for Psychiatric Re-Hospitalization: A Recurrent Event History Analysis
Between 1960 and 2010, the number of psychiatric treatment beds in the United States dropped ten-fold – from 300 to 30 beds per 100,000 persons. The vision for this planned deinstitutionalization was to replace substandard ...