Demographic and epidemiologic changes that have occurred in the last five decades in many developing countries and that are characterized by major growth in the number and proportion of middle-aged and elderly persons and in the frequency of the diseases that occur in these age groups. The health transition is the result of efforts to improve maternal and child health via primary care and outreach services and such efforts have been responsible for a decrease in the birth rate; reduced maternal mortality; improved preventive services; reduced infant mortality, and the increased life expectancy that defines the transition. (From Ann Intern Med 1992 Mar 15;116(6):499-504)
The level of health of the individual, group, or population as subjectively assessed by the individual or by more objective measures.
Women who are engaged in gainful activities usually outside the home.
Restoration of human functions to the maximum degree possible in a person or persons suffering from disease or injury.
The care and management of property.
Persons with physical or mental disabilities that affect or limit their activities of daily living and that may require special accommodations.
Determination of the degree of a physical, mental, or emotional handicap. The diagnosis is applied to legal qualification for benefits and income under disability insurance and to eligibility for Social Security and workmen's compensation benefits.
Policies and programs which ensure that DISPLACED PERSONS and chronic illnesses receive the support and SOCIAL SERVICES needed to live in their communities.
Component of the NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH. Through basic and clinical biomedical research and training, it conducts and supports research into the nature of the aging process and diseases associated with the later stages of life. The Institute was established in 1974.
The physical activity of a human or an animal as a behavioral phenomenon.
Directions or principles presenting current or future rules of policy for assisting health care practitioners in patient care decisions regarding diagnosis, therapy, or related clinical circumstances. The guidelines may be developed by government agencies at any level, institutions, professional societies, governing boards, or by the convening of expert panels. The guidelines form a basis for the evaluation of all aspects of health care and delivery.
A type of MICROCOMPUTER, sometimes called a personal digital assistant, that is very small and portable and fitting in a hand. They are convenient to use in clinical and other field situations for quick data management. They usually require docking with MICROCOMPUTERS for updates.
Physical activity which is usually regular and done with the intention of improving or maintaining PHYSICAL FITNESS or HEALTH. Contrast with PHYSICAL EXERTION which is concerned largely with the physiologic and metabolic response to energy expenditure.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
A procedure consisting of a sequence of algebraic formulas and/or logical steps to calculate or determine a given task.
The feeling-tone accompaniment of an idea or mental representation. It is the most direct psychic derivative of instinct and the psychic representative of the various bodily changes by means of which instincts manifest themselves.
The science dealing with the study of mental processes and behavior in man and animals.
The planned upgrading of a deteriorating urban area, involving rebuilding, renovation, or restoration. It frequently refers to programs of major demolition and rebuilding of blighted areas.
Transfer from pediatric to adult care.
Hospital department responsible for administering and providing social services to patients and their families.
The process of formulating, improving, and expanding educational, managerial, or service-oriented work plans (excluding computer program development).
Persons functioning as natural, adoptive, or substitute parents. The heading includes the concept of parenthood as well as preparation for becoming a parent.
Studies to determine the advantages or disadvantages, practicability, or capability of accomplishing a projected plan, study, or project.
Pregnancy in human adolescent females under the age of 19.
Sexual activities of humans.
Any observable response or action of an adolescent.
The sexual union of a male and a female, a term used for human only.
His research focuses on the family in the context of disadvantaged urban neighborhoods and adolescent sexual behavior. ... His father, Frank Furstenberg, Sr., was a prominent physician and advocate for national health care and his mother, Edith ... Furstenberg has written extensively on social change, transition to adulthood, divorce, remarriage and intergenerational ... and cheaper health insurance, that will support marriage for low-income families. Furstenberg has also written extensively on ...
... consumer behavior and health behavior. Many researchers use the theory to study behaviors that are associated with high risks ... Attitudes in this context are favorable or unfavorable dispositions towards teenage sexual behavior. Subjective norms are the ... These conditions have to do with the transition from verbal responses to actual behavior. While Fishbein and Ajzen developed ... In: Glanz, K, Lewis, FM, and Rimer, BK (Eds). Health Behavior and Health Education (Second Edition). San Francisco, CA: Jossey- ...
... and Suicidal Behavior Among Transgender Youth". Journal of Adolescent Health. 63 (4): 503-505. doi:10.1016/j.jadohealth.2018.02 ... published in the Journal of Adolescent Health, found that "for each additional social context in which a youth's chosen name ... The experience of being misgendered is common for all transgender people before they transition, and for many afterwards as ... A National Institute of Health (NIH) analysis conducted with data collected at a community health center in the United States ...
... the role of natural and synthetic oxytocin in the transition to motherhood". Journal of Midwifery & Women's Health. 59 (1): 35- ... Hormones and Sexual Behavior, Dowden, Hutchinson, & Ross, Inc., In Benchmark Papers in Animal Behavior series Carter C.S., ... You can argue, if you're a moralist, that human sexuality should only be expressed in the context of a relationship. But that ... Physiology and Behavior 79: 383-397 Carter C.S. (2007) Sex differences in oxytocin and vasopressin: Implications for autism ...
London/New York: Routledge Schulenberg, J., Maggs, J. & Hurrelmann, K. (Eds.) 1997 Health Risks and Developmental Transitions ... They focus particularly on analyzing the health-related behavior of children and adolescents. Developmental Tasks in ... ISBN 978-3110143607 Social Problems and Social Contexts in Adolescence (1996). New York: Aldine, ISBN 978-0202361017 Health ... Klaus Hurrelmann's work in health research focuses on the interface between the sociology of health and health education. He ...
An example of this would be when a child witnesses domestic abuse, they may go on to repeat that same pattern of behavior in ... In the context of institutional investment management, intergenerational equity is the principle that an endowed institution's ... They include transition economics, social policy, and government budget-making. Intergenerational equity is also explored in ... Conversations about intergenerational equity are also relevant to social justice arenas as well, where issues such as health ...
The term masterly inactivity is also used in nonmedical contexts. A distinction can be drawn between watchful waiting and ... a key component of watchful waiting is the use of an explicit decision tree or other protocol to ensure a timely transition ... Public health surveillance Waiting in healthcare Monitoring (medicine) "Watchful Waiting or Active Surveillance for Prostate ... the diagnosis and treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia depression otitis media inguinal hernia odd behaviors in infants ...
A majority of Americans have had premarital sex, according to a 2007 article in Public Health Reports. This is true for current ... M.A. Monto; A.G. Carey (2014). "A new standard of sexual behavior? Are claims associated with the "hookup culture" supported by ... Schmoldt A, Benthe HF, Haberland G (2006). "The Relationship Contexts of "Nonrelationship" Sex". Journal of Adolescent Research ... Asadi, Muhammed (2015-01-02). "The Sexuality Transition: Premarital Sex, the Nuclear Family, and "Doing" Gender". Women's ...
Colloquially, being well-adjusted is defined as a person who "is reasonable and has good judgement...their behavior is not ... Defense mechanisms can be either adaptive or maladaptive depending on the context and the use. In a 2003 study, researchers ... Arkoff, Abe (1968). Adjustment and mental health. McGraw-Hill. "well adjusted Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary". ... Dockett, Sue; Griebel, Wilfried; Perry, Bob (2017-07-04). Families and transition to school. Dockett, Sue,, Griebel, Wilfried ...
Tucker holds the position of professor in the Department of Health Education and Behavior at the College of Health and Human ... George, A. A., & Tucker, J. A. (1996). Help-seeking for alcohol-related problems: social contexts surrounding entry into ... especially for individuals transitioning into adulthood. Tucker's research implies that low-income communities are in need of ... Jalie A Tucker (born 1954) is a Professor of Health Education and Behavior at the University of Florida. She is known for her ...
"Transitions to Parenthood: Work-Family Policies, Gender, and the Couple Context." Gender and Society. 19: 376-397 Bloom, Nick, ... This differs from work-life balance in the United States: while work-life balance may refer to the health and living issues ... Hammer, L., Bauer, T., & Grandey, A. (2003). Work-family conflict and work-related withdrawal behaviors. Journal of Business ... "The Rhetoric and Reality of 'Opting Out.'" Contexts 6:14-19. Barber, Jennifer S. and William G. Axinn. 2004. "New Ideas and ...
... although the gender differences in prosocial behavior are not evident in all social contexts. Moral relativism, also called " ... Calman, K C (1 June 1994). "The ethics of allocation of scarce health care resources: a view from the centre". Journal of ... research has documented the presence of a transition occurring at the reasoning level behind the criteria of inclusion and ... Prosocial behavior, which is behavior that benefits others, is much more likely in societies with strong social goals rather ...
Meisels, S.J. (1996). Performance in context: Assessing children's achievement at the outset of school. In A.J. Sameroff and M. ... In R.C. Pianta & M. Cox (Eds.), The transition to kindergarten (pp. 39-66). Baltimore: Paul Brookes. Meisels, S.J. (2007). " ... Sims, Sandra (November 1, 2019). "Simms/Mann Institute "Think Tank" Talks Health and Wellness at the Wallis in Beverly Hills" ( ... who were at risk for learning and behavior problems. Known as the Early Screening Inventory (ESI-3), this well-researched, ...
Health and Social Work, 19(1), 23-28. Harper, F.D. (1984). Group strategies with black alcoholics. The Journal for Specialists ... Small Group Behavior, 16(3), 267-283. Association for the Advancement of Social Work with Groups, Inc. (2006). Standards for ... Mok, B.H. (2001). The effectiveness of self-help groups in a Chinese context. Social Work with Groups, 24(2), 69-89 Specific ... Hanson, M., Foreman, L., Tomlin, W., and Bright, Y. (1994). Facilitating problem drinking clients' transition from inpatient to ...
According to De Jong, if one or more of these is present, the behavior is abusive, whereas if none is present, the behavior ... The content and context of sibling relationships varies between cultures. In industrialized cultures, sibling relationships are ... Bedford, V. H. (1990). Changing affect toward siblings and the transition to old age. "Proceedings of the Second International ... Sibling Rivalry University of Michigan Health System, June 2009 Freud Lecture: Juliet Mitchell, 2003 Trivers, R.L. (1974). " ...
... from difficulties adjusting behavior to suit various social contexts; to difficulties in sharing imaginative play or making ... or ritualized patterns of verbal or nonverbal behavior (e.g., extreme distress at small changes, difficulties with transitions ... The World Health Organization ICD-10 criteria are almost identical to DSM-IV: ICD-10 adds the statement that motor clumsiness ... Learning and behavior problems in Asperger syndrome. New York: Guilford Press; 2003. p. 35-54, as cited in McPartland J, Klin A ...
The study also notes how refugee children often exhibit this behavior because they are put into a different cultural context, ... Newbold B (April 2005). "Health status and health care of immigrants in Canada: a longitudinal analysis". J Health Serv Res ... Parental well-being plays a crucial role in enabling resettled refugees to transition into a new society. If a child is ... "Health profiles of newly arrived refugee children in the United States, 2006-2012." American journal of public health 106, no. ...
Perlin, L. (1981). "The stress process". Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 22 (4): 337-356. doi:10.2307/2136676. JSTOR ... To account for the peculiarities of the innovation context, a resilience construct specifically aligned to this unique context ... ISBN 978-0-7456-7152-9.[page needed] Burt, K.B.; Paysnick, A.A. (2012). "Resilience in the transition to adulthood". ... Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 26 (3): 247-63. doi:10.2307/2136756. ISSN 0022-1465. JSTOR 2136756. PMID 4067240. ...
... they may not be worried about consequence of risk taking behaviors like criminal involvement and violent behaviors. Equally, if ... A construct with implications for adolescent health and wellbeing". International Journal of Adolescent Medicine and Health. 26 ... This view differs depending on the time period and context. In the late 1950s in the United States, studies confirmed the ... During adolescence, the sense of hopefulness for the future can facilitate positive development and successful transition into ...
In the context of disaster related losses or anticipated losses, such as climate change related losses, there is evidence that ... To cope with the loss, the person requires to relearn the world around them and simultaneously make a multifaceted transition ... ISBN 978-1-135-94138-3. Worden, J. William (2009). Grief counseling and grief therapy : a handbook for the mental health ... that they will no longer speak to deceased or see them again might instigate compulsive and self-destructive behaviors. People ...
In this context, the analysis of ancient DNA was fundamental to test already formulated hypothesis and to provide new insights ... Analysis of ancient DNA allows to study mutations of phenotypic traits following changes in environment and human behavior. ... Migration to new habitats, new dietary shifts (following the transition to agriculture) and building of large communities led ... which regulates calcium absorption and thus is essential for bone health, living at higher latitudes would mean a substantial ...
ACI Education Social Contexts, Institutional Contexts and Returns to Education Systems , 2004-2007. Pluri Formations Program ... Preference Formation, School Dissatisfaction and Risky Behavior of Adolescents, with Youenn Lohéac and Bertrand Fayolle, ... and Transitions , 1997-2002. Cognitive Program for the Ministry of Research: "Reasoning, Learning and Unconsciousness in ... and National Institute of Health and Medical Research, INSERM: Uses of psychotropic drugs by Adolescents: Social Interactions ...
Health Scientist Administrator at the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, 1983-1988. Recipient of the ... Hofferth has researched family issues in the context of public policy for over thirty years, publishing three books and more ... Her current research focuses on the transition of young men to adulthood, particularly disadvantaged young men. Her papers have ... Dissertation: "Modeling the Contraceptive Behavior of Couples: An Exchange Approach" (Chairman: J. Richard Udry) 1971 M.A., ...
"Modeling health behavior change: How to predict and modify the adoption and maintenance of health behaviors". Applied ... As the focus of healthcare continues to transition from the medical model to health promotion and preventive healthcare, the ... Researchers have also examined self-efficacy in the context of the work-life interface. Chan et al. (2016) developed and ... "Modeling health behavior change: How to predict and modify the adoption and maintenance of health behaviors". Applied ...
Medard Boss defined health as an openness to the world, and unhealth as anything in the psyche or society that blocked or ... Human beings have their existence in a uniquely human context, as well as in a cosmic ecology. Human beings are aware and are ... Eric Berne's progression of books shows this transition out of what we might call pragmatic psychology of WW II into his later ... The therapist also does not analyze or interpret the client's behavior or any information the client shares. The role of the ...
Lieberman, Daniel (2014). The Story of the Human Body: Evolution, Health, and Disease. Family Medicine. 48. Vintage Books. pp. ... Human behavior[edit]. Behavioral examples of evolutionary mismatch theory include the abuse of dopaminergic pathways and the ... This transition quickly and dramatically changed the way that humans interact with the environment, with societies taking up ... The Neolithic Revolution: transitional context[edit]. The Neolithic Revolution brought about significant evolutionary changes ...
... due in part to good health and less risk-taking behavior. Regarding disease, cancer is much less common in young than in older ... The Early Adulthood Transition is part of this first stage while also being a part of the second stage, this is from the age of ... the young adult is usually preoccupied with self-growth in the context of society and relationships with others.' The danger is ... In the midlife transition individuals start to focus on the things that become important in their lives that effect their ...
Since adolescents are old enough to be left unsupervised, they have a higher risk of engaging in criminal behavior than young ... In particular, students in an after-school activity behaved better and adjusted more smoothly when transitioning to new grades ... These grants stipulate programs must include academic, enrichment, and health and nutrition components. The after-school ... Mahoney, Joseph L.; Larson, Reed; Eccles, Jacquelynne S. (2005). Organized activities as contexts of development: ...
de Visser, Richard O.; McDonnell, Elizabeth J. (January 2013). "Man points: masculine capital and young men's health". Health ... In a racial context, hegemonic masculinity among whites sustains the institutional oppression and physical terror that have ... Hybrid masculinities allow men to negotiate masculinity in ways that mirror more inclusive behavior and attitudes, but leave ... Hanke, Robert (1992). "Redesigning men: Hegemonic masculinity in transition". In Craig, Steve (ed.). Men, masculinity and the ...
According to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, the concept is used in literature with regard to the mental health of ... "Moral Injury in the Context of War". PTSD: National Center for PTSD. U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Archived from the ... The ethical code back home has not changed, making the transition from deployment to home difficult for some service members. ... Gaudet, Camille; Sowers (2016). "A review of PTSD and shame in military veterans". Journal of Human Behavior in the Social ...
The present study tested associations between common developmental contexts (relationship involvement, independent living, ... college attendance, work) and risky sexual behavior (casual sex,... ... 2008). Changes in sexual risk behavior as young men transition to adulthood. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 40 ... Affect and sexual behavior in the transition to university. Archives of Sexual Behavior, 38, 675-687.PubMedCrossRefGoogle ...
CDCs Division of Adolescent and School Health (DASH), with support from the Secretarys Minority AIDS Initiative Fund, ... Survey of Todays Adolescent Relationships and Transitions (START): To respond to the increase in HIV infection, particularly ... provide appropriate context to HIV prevention efforts; including the preferences and behaviors of ASMM and transgender youth, ... Health Disparitiesplus icon *Addressing Health and Educational Disparities. *Health Considerations for LGBTQ Youthplus icon * ...
For young people with mental health conditions, knowing whether and when to disclose their condition can be a challenge. Learn ... Deviant Behavior, 2018. This article is available from the NARIC collection under Accession Number J78290. ... more in this factsheet from the RRTC on Learning and Working During the Transition to Adulthood; https://escholarship.umassmed. ... edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=&httpsredir=1&article=1077&context=pib. To Learn More About this Study. Moloney, M.E, Brown, R. ...
BMC Public Health is a peer reviewed journal with a broad scope welcoming articles on ... ... As the second largest open access public health journal in the world, ... cohort study to understand behavioural and environmental contexts influencing physical activity during the transition into ... Sedentary behavior (SB), in turn, is a risk factor for health, regardless of the level of moderate to vigorous PA. The pre... ...
This paper examines the social context surrounding prescription opioid (PO) initiation and its relationship to route of ... transition from PO use to heroin or transition from one route of administration to another); and sexual or other health risk ... with many subsequently transitioning to high risk behaviors including injection [12,15]. Further, much of the research on ... All initiating with alternative routes did so within a social context (n=10). Results suggest that the social context of ...
Also important are the relationships between alcohol use disorders, other addictive behaviors, and mental health disorders. ... Explore factors that influence transitions in drinking patterns across the lifespan, including individual, social context, and ... to advance understanding of health-related behaviors and outcomes.. Develop and evaluate effective behavioral, social, and ... NIH... Turning Discovery Into Health®. Note: For help accessing PDF, RTF, MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Audio or Video files, see ...
... intervention on impact on multiple behavioral and health-related outcomes influenced by gender norms and power relations. ... interventions with men and couples can be effective at changing deeply entrenched gender inequalities and a range of health- ... designed and adapted to fit the particular cultural context. Targeting the transition into fatherhood and parenting, and ... Behavior Is the Subject Area "Behavior" applicable to this article? Yes. No. ...
The Department of Human Behavior, Ecology and Culture investigates the role of culture in human evolution and adaptation. The ... In this context, I am investigating the transition from plants and other items ingested as food to those used for medicinal ... Fruth, B., Mato, B., Lukoki, F., Lejoly, J., & Muganza, M. (2011). Care for health and body: an ethnobotanical approach to ... The bonobos: Behavior, ecology, and conservation (pp. 151-166). New York [u.a.]: Springer. DOI BibTeX Endnote ...
The Department of Human Behavior, Ecology and Culture investigates the role of culture in human evolution and adaptation. The ... In this context, I am investigating the transition from plants and other items ingested as food to those used for medicinal ... I am specifically interested in their life history with focus on their health status as a direct measure of fitness. ... Department of Human Behavior, Ecology and Culture. Deutscher Platz 6. 04103 Leipzig. phone: +49 (0)341 3550 - 315. fax: +49 (0) ...
The challenges for young people making the transition to adulthood are greater today than ever before... ... The consequences of health behaviors developed during adolescence for health and well-being in later life. ... Context and change are two central themes that have guided the panels conceptual approach to the study of transitions to ... such as the transition to work, the transition to citizenship or the transition to household manager, remain murky due to the ...
J. N. Wells, H. A. Bush, and D. Marshall, "Purpose-in-life and breast health behavior in Hispanic and Anglo women," Journal of ... During this early transition period, adolescents are exposed to changes in educational, interpersonal, health, and identity ... 27] designed the Satisfaction with Life Scale (LS) which was validated by Shek [28] in the Chinese context. The scale is a 5- ... Craumbaugh and Maholick [21] designed the PIL, whereas Shek [15] validated the scale in the Chinese context. For the original ...
Health and Mental Health, Living Arrangements, Safety and Risk, Transition to Adulthood ... How life turns out is not solely a function of your behaviors, symptoms and individual abilities. Everyone is embedded in ... Social roles are embedded in social contexts and institutions and change over time, especially at major turning points: exiting ... Transition to adulthood is also a critical period of development. A good transition can set the stage for advantages and ...
SECTION 2: PARENTING AND FAMILY CULTURAL CONTEXTS. 6. The Parental Brain - Regulation of Mother and Father Behavior that ... Transitions in Siblinghood: Integrating Developmental, Cultural and Evolutionary Perspectives. Hillary N. Fouts and Lauren R. ... Lee T. Gettler, PhD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Anthropology and Director of the Hormones, Health, and Human ... Contexts for Young Child Flourishing uses an evolutionary systems framing to address the conditions and contexts for child ...
Global Health Policy. In this module, we will explore the relationship between universal health coverage, disasters and ... on the behavior of people affected in the older age groups. So this is epidemiological transition at its final point where we ... And it will occur in a health context of non-communicable diseases ... universal health coverage, health systems strengthening, health financing, and human resources for health and ageing. ...
Physical and social contexts of physical activity behaviors of fifth and seventh grade youth. Journal of school health. 2018 ... Classes of physical activity and sedentary behavior in 5th grade children. American journal of health behavior. 2016 May 1;40(3 ... After-school setting, physical activity, and sedentary behavior in 5th grade boys and girls. Health & place. 2012 Sep 1;18(5): ... Stepping It Up: Walking Behaviors in Children Transitioning from 5th to 7th Grade. International journal of environmental ...
... but their role in complex behaviors is less clear. Here we report metabolic changes that occur during the transition between ... To analyze these data in the context of fruit fly metabolic networks, we developed Flyscape, an open-access tool. We show that ... and depletes 1-carbon metabolism and brain health metabolites N-acetyl-aspartate and kynurenine. Together, our work identifies ... and provides a platform to study the role of metabolites and diet in complex behavior. The relationship between metabolomic and ...
Level of mental health functioning. Depressive symptoms.. *Sexual Risk-Taking Behavior [ Time Frame: 12-month post-intervention ... Within this context, there is a need for innovative interventions that promote sustainable (more than short-term) economic and ... further supports are needed in order to help them successfully make the transition from primary school to secondary school and ... Level of mental health functioning. Depressive symptoms.. *Sexual Risk-Taking Behavior [ Time Frame: 24-month post-intervention ...
Chamberlain, P., Leve, L. D., & Smith, D. K. (2006). Preventing behavior problems and health-risking behaviors in girls in ... In D. P. Fromberg & D. Bergen (Eds.), Play from birth to twelve: Contexts, perspectives, and meanings (2nd ed., pp 41-46). New ... Natsuaki, M. N., Leve, L. D., & Mendle, J. (2011). Going through the rites of passage too early: Timing and transition of ... Smith, D. K., Leve, L. D., & Chamberlain, P. (2006). Adolescent girls offending and health-risking sexual behavior: The ...
Criminal Behavior and Mental Health 26, 336-351. doi: 10.1002/cbm.1957 ... Shortt, J. W., Katz, L. F., Allen, N., Leve, C., Davis, B., & Sheeber, L. (2016). Emotion socialization in the context of risk ... Buchanan, R., Ruppert, T., & Cariveau, T. (2016). Transition supports for at-risk students: A case example. Journal of At-Risk ... Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 43, 879-892. doi: 10.1007/s10488-016-0730-9 ...
2015). Drinking behaviors and life course socioeconomic status during the transition from adolescence to adulthood among Whites ... ethnic drinking cultures and neighborhood contexts. American Journal of Public Health, 105 :1020-1027. Abstract or Full Text ... A new study looks at clustered risk behaviors across racial/ethnic groups In the first study to identify clustered risk health ... Social, Individual and community influences on alcohol use disorders and other mental health behaviors in Mexican Americans ...
Within this context, I am interested in the impact of severe life events, specific transition period during child development ... Further I am interested in the relationship of emotion regulation, socio-environmental aspects and health behavior with stress ... health study (SPLASHY): objectives and design of a prospective multi-site cohort study assessing psychological and ... Regional socio-cultural differences as important correlate of physical activity and sedentary behavior in Swiss pre-schoolers. ...
... approach to analyzing alcohol use transitions in the context of prescription drug misuse and other health behaviors GOLDSTICK, ... OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OR $347,305 Prescription Drug Abuse 2017 NIDA 1R21DA041565-01A1 Abuse potential of a novel ... NATIONAL HEALTH PROMOTION ASSOCIATES NY $398,983 Prescription Drug Abuse 2017 NIDA 1R03DA041560-01A1 Abuse liability and anti- ... DENVER HEALTH AND HOSPITAL AUTHORITY CO $151,618 Prescription Drug Abuse 2017 NIDA 5R01DA035808-04 Economic Evaluation of ...
Health and disease in prehistoric populations in transition. In GJ. Armelagos (ed.): Diseases in populations in transition. New ... In archaeological contexts, inferences. regarding human behavior are often made based on the degree of dimorphism in a. ... Health and disease in prehistoric populations in transition. In GJ Armelagos (ed.): Diseases in populations in transition. New ... behavior. North Scituate, MA.: Duxbury Press. p 402-435.. Angel JL (1984) Health as crucial factor in the changes from hunting ...
This systematic review examines the relationship between late-life spousal bereavement and changes in routine health behaviors ... The transition to widowhood and the social regulation of health: consequences for health and health risk behaviors. Journals of ... Reczek, C., & Umberson, D. (2012). Gender, health behavior, and intimate relationships: Lesbian, gay, and straight contexts. ... health behaviors, and health outcomes: The womens health initiative. Health Psychology, 22, 513-522.Google Scholar ...
We currently specialise in research into ADHD, eating disorders/body image, and transitions between mental health services. ... McNicholas F, Lydon A, Lennon R, Dooley B. (2009) Eating Concerns and Media Influences in an Irish Adolescent Context, European ... experience of child and adolescent suicidal ideation and behavior - a survey. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine (in press ... "Review of International Clinical Guidelines for Adolescents on Transition to Adult Mental Health Services and Adults with ...
... these data collections are widely used to evaluate treatment and intervention of crucial health-related behaviors in health ... "context-sensitive prompting" possible, where questions are automatically triggered based on the subjects behavior, location, ... which is considered useful for detecting early signs of psychiatric disorders and their pathological transitions [106, 115]. ... Health-related behaviors, such as eating [76, 77], smoking [13, 14], and alcohol consumption [78, 79], exhibited associations ...
... and risky behaviors) impact health outcomes (e.g., glycemic control) over a one year period, within the context of the current ... and their parents impact health outcomes before they transition to adult diabetes care. Transition of health care from ... The purpose of this study is to assess how psychosocial functioning and transition readiness (health knowledge and self- ... Establish if and how the baseline psychosocial and transition readiness constructs relate to long-term health outcomes for ...
Early motherhood is widely recognized as having negative consequences for the health of the young woman and her infant, as well ... For transition to first sex and first union, all women aged 15-19 were included in the analysis. For transition to first birth ... CONTEXT. Compared with the Latin American average, adolescent fertility is high in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and ... Trends in Reproductive Health Behavior. •Ever had sexual intercourse. The proportion of 15-19-year-olds in El Salvador who had ...
... care coordination over the whole health spectrum. Value in the context of health care being defined as outcomes & results that ... In brief, for a system or a country to successfully transition to a VALUE-BASED HEALTH CARE (VBHC) model, 3 actions need to be ... We cannot fix the problem with the tools, measures & behaviors that created it. Indeed, todays resource-constrained ... This year alone, health care spending is projected to be close to $4 trillion in the US; in Switzerland, the health care budget ...
... and schools are instructive in promoting a transition in the way people perceive food and health (77). The school environment ... In search of peace and democracy: Japanese economic debate in political context. J Asian Stud. (1994) 53:752-78. doi: 10.2307/ ... is an ideal setting to bring about changes in behavior, consciousness, and skills related to food through focusing not only on ... The Catalyst for Transition: Automation. Automation is driving a major societal transition that is becoming increasingly ...
  • The developmental context of substance use in emerging adulthood. (
  • Few studies focused on adolescents and were implemented in non-Western contexts [ 15 ]. (
  • Emotion socialization in the context of risk and psychopathology: Mother and father socialization of anger and sadness in adolescents with depressive disorder. (
  • Evidence-based psychosocial treatments for adolescents with disruptive behavior. (
  • Associations of Asian Ethnicity and Parental Education with Overweight in Asian American Children and Adolescents: An Analysis of 2011-2016 National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys. (
  • In addition we carry out research into other topics such as 22q deletion syndrome, comparisons between the general population of children in Ireland and those who attend child and adolescent mental health services, and the change in mental health diagnoses over time in children and adolescents. (
  • Review of International Clinical Guidelines for Adolescents on Transition to Adult Mental Health Services and Adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and their application to an Irish Context. (
  • Background: The often studied psychosocial correlates that relate to health outcomes in adolescents with Type 1 Diabetes (T 1 D) are factors such as self-efficacy, depression, distress, quality of life, and adherence. (
  • The Adolescent Health Clinic is a specialized pediatric clinic that serves adolescents with complex health issues within the context of major medical, psychological, and social events during the transition to adulthood. (
  • The clinic accepts referrals for full consultations adolescents with complex health conditions from general pediatricians, pediatric subspecialists, and psychiatrists. (
  • The clinic accepts referrals for MARS-A (Mindful Awareness and Resilience Skills for Adolescents) group from any medical or mental health provider, see Patient, Family and Healthcare Provider Handout for details on MARS-A referrals. (
  • Referrals for adolescents who are struggling with severe and complex health and functioning challenges, and where multiple care providers have been involved, will be evaluated on a case by case basis. (
  • Knowledge of adolescent health and normal adolescent development is pivotal for clinicians to provide developmentally appropriate care for adolescents with rheumatic diseases. (
  • The NEXT Generation Health Study data support NICHD, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) and the Maternal and Child Health Branch of the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA/MCHB) in fulfillment of program requirements that address supportive health environments for adolescents and young adults. (
  • That is why today, unprecedented momentum is gathering to put adolescents and youth at the centre of global health policies. (
  • In this context, the school setting has been recognized as one of the essential platforms for the delivery of quality health services to the greatest number of children and adolescents. (
  • The purpose of this research brief is to explain the relationship context of adolescents who live in married couple families. (
  • Specifically, we assess the marital quality of the adolescents' biological parents (and step-parents) by examining how supportive and conflict behaviors combine within the couple relationship. (
  • These separate measures of couple and parent-adolescent relationships are then combine[d] to form new categories that describe the relationship context within which adolescents transition into young adulthood. (
  • Adolescents' health behaviors and obesity: Does race affect this epidemic? (
  • Assessing causality in the rela-tionship between adolescents' risky sexual online behavior and their percep-tions of this behavior. (
  • Antisocial behaviors in adolescents are present and prevalent around the world and have harmful consequences for individuals and societies. (
  • Early adolescents who are involved in antisocial behaviors in one time period frequently remain involved one year later. (
  • It is therefore possible that the antisocial potential of some adolescents is expressed in different contexts. (
  • The influence of father involvement on youth risk behaviors among adolescents: a comparison of native-born and immigrant families. (
  • The objective of the study was to assess the influence of parental factors (monitoring, communication, and discipline) on the transition to first sexual intercourse among unmarried adolescents living in urban slums in Kenya. (
  • Parental factors at Wave 1 were used to predict adolescents' transition to first sexual intercourse by Wave 2. (
  • However, parental monitoring, discipline, and communication with their fathers did not predict transition to first sexual intercourse for male adolescents. (
  • Unfortunately, such experimentation also drives adolescents to engage in risky behaviors. (
  • Longitudinal analyses, which controlled for early sexual debut, high school substance use, and high school grades, showed that living with a parent was protective against all three sexual risk behavior outcomes (ORs about 0.70). (
  • This study assessed the impact of the Bandebereho gender-transformative couples' intervention on impact on multiple behavioral and health-related outcomes influenced by gender norms and power relations. (
  • together with earlier studies our findings suggest that culturally adapted gender-transformative interventions with men and couples can be effective at changing deeply entrenched gender inequalities and a range of health-related behavioral outcomes. (
  • Our Life Course Outcomes Research program focuses a lot of attention on the transition from adolescence to young adulthood. (
  • A good transition can set the stage for advantages and positive outcomes down the road. (
  • Both theory and prior research indicate that economic instability (including poverty) constitutes one of the primary risk factors for AIDS-orphaned children's risk-taking behaviors (including sexual risk-taking), poor mental health functioning, and poor educational outcomes. (
  • ARG's disparities research focuses on identifying, understanding and preventing inequitable alcohol-related health outcomes and conditions experienced by specific population groups. (
  • Impact: This study aids program development for pre-transfer educational interventions to ensure more successful post-transfer health outcomes from both a patient and parent perspective. (
  • Methods: This longitudinal study is designed to characterize the psychosocial factors relevant for a population of YA with T 1 D. Data analyses of these psychosocial and transition readiness variables allow for understanding of prospective health outcomes for young adults with T 1 D during the transition process. (
  • 1 ) establish which of the clinical measures used in the study are related to meaningful health outcomes in this young adult population in order to determine future standardized assessments in the Diabetes Center and (2) determine which psychosocial constructs are relevant to health outcomes to then more fully develop the Diabetes Center's transition program interventions to improve functioning clinic-wide (e.g., group day sessions). (
  • The purpose of this study is to assess how psychosocial functioning and transition readiness (health knowledge and self-reported health-related skills) of young adults (aged 18-24) with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) and their parents impact health outcomes before they transition to adult diabetes care. (
  • The psychosocial correlates of health outcomes in this population are not well studied, though. (
  • The investigators will study how psychosocial factors (e.g., self-efficacy, depression, distress, quality of life, adherence, and risky behaviors) impact health outcomes (e.g., glycemic control) over a one year period, within the context of the current diabetes education transition program at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) for young adults with T1D and their parents. (
  • Value in the context of health care being defined as outcomes & results that matter to patients per dollar or franc spent. (
  • An individual's decision to engage in a particular behavior is based on the outcomes the individual expects will come as a result of performing the behavior. (
  • These attitudes are influenced by two factors: the strength of behavioral beliefs regarding the outcomes of the performed behavior (i.e. whether or not the outcome is probable) and the evaluation of the potential outcomes (i.e. whether or not the outcome is positive). (
  • The theory stipulates that there exists a direct correlation between attitudes and outcomes, such that if one believes that a certain behavior will lead to a desirable or favorable outcome, then one is more likely to have a positive attitude towards the behavior. (
  • This concept stipulates that people tend to associate the performance of a certain behavior with a certain set of outcomes or features. (
  • The evaluation of the outcome refers to the way people perceive and evaluate the potential outcomes of a performed behavior. (
  • Therefore, it is important that mental health professionals be knowledgeable on how to modify treatment to be more culturally sensitive in order to improve outcomes. (
  • Religiosity and spirituality are resources that can lessen risk behaviors and enhance positive outcomes [ 6 , 7 , 8 ]. (
  • Are the various relationships people have at all responsible for health outcomes? (
  • Many young adults with autism spectrum disorder experience poor transition outcomes in key areas, including postsecondary employment, higher education, health care, social connectedness, and independent living, yet we lack a clear understanding of the specific factors that impact these outcomes. (
  • Findings revealed that poor transition outcomes are influenced by several factors, including poor person-environment fit, uncertainty about the roles of parents, and the lack of comprehensive or integrated services. (
  • 1 Approximately 50 000 people with ASD age into adulthood each year, 2 and a majority experience poor postsecondary outcomes across multiple domains, including employment, education, health care, social engagement, and independent living. (
  • 9 A more in-depth understanding of the needs of transitioning youth and their families, the strategies they employ to achieve desired outcomes, and the availability and efficacy of supports and services can inform program development. (
  • Nativity, Race/Ethnicity, and Population Health Patterns," led by Michal Engelman (sociology), examines the health of America's diverse foreign-born population in the context of racial/ethnic disparities in the U.S. Through the analysis of National Health Interview Survey data, Engelman and her team hope to uncover whether, and how, socioeconomic characteristics, health behaviors, and the incorporation experiences of immigrants contribute to their health outcomes. (
  • Epidemiological evidence suggests that, particularly among young, street-involved populations, meth use is associated with numerous sex- and drug-related "risks behaviors" and negative health outcomes. (
  • mean age 59.2+/-5.4 years) with CHD and the relationship of OW, job-level factors, self-care, and health and productivity outcomes (health status, quality of life, absenteeism and presenteeism). (
  • There were three specific aims: 1) to describe the self-care practices of aging workers with CHD, 2) to identify self-care types of aging workers with CHD and identify the characteristics and work-related determinants of self-care types and 3) to explore the relationship of OW and job-level characteristics to self-care, health status, quality of life and work-related outcomes. (
  • Additionally, between 2001 and 2004, the number of health departments reporting policy or environmental outcomes related to these risk factors almost doubled. (
  • 1998) on adult health outcomes. (
  • Health locus of control (HLC) categorized as perceived control over health status (internal locus of control) or attribution of health status to chance or fate (external health locus of control) is a psychological construct that has been shown to impact health outcomes including RSB. (
  • Leveraging a unique quasi-experimental design - using data on survivors that pre-dates the disaster - we have sought to documented the risk and protective factors for disaster-related health outcomes (PTSD, cognitive decline, functional disability) in an aging population. (
  • The fundamental premise of the Community Guide's social environment and health model (Figure 3-1) is that access to societal resources determines community health outcomes.5 Standard of living, culture and history, social institutions, built environments, political structures, economic systems, and Thousand Oaks, Sage. (
  • Further, these purely objective measures of behavior show powerful relationships with key outcomes of interest at the individual level-notably, satisfaction. (
  • First, the Committee will pay special attention to literature examining physical activity and health outcomes in those aged 18-35 to determine if there is sufficient evidence to include additional guidance for this transitional demographic group. (
  • Second, the review questions will capture fitness as a moderator to health outcomes. (
  • The transition from adolescence to early adulthood is recognized as critical for the development of eating and activity habits. (
  • The proposed study will be unique in applying state-of-the-art measures and multi-level modeling strategies in examining the mechanisms that underlie change in physical activity during the transition from childhood to adolescence. (
  • Given the challenges facing these children and their caregivers, further supports are needed in order to help them successfully make the transition from primary school to secondary school and into adolescence. (
  • Adolescence is a life phase with tremendous biological changes and social-role transitions. (
  • The period of transition from adolescence to adulthood presents particular challenges for young people with rheumatic diseases (as for those with other chronic diseases). (
  • Her areas of research include sleep EEG, sex differences in sleep, sleep in menopause, relationships between sleep and cardiovascular functioning, and interactions between brain development, sleep, and behaviors such as alcohol use, across adolescence. (
  • Baker has received funding from the National Institutes of Health, and is currently PI on two consortium projects about adolescent development: The National Consortium on Alcohol and NeuroDevelopment in Adolescence (NCANDA) and the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development study (ABCD). (
  • 8 - 10 The stage-termination hypothesis proposes that early-maturing individuals have less time to acquire, integrate, and consolidate the coping and adaptive skills needed to successfully master the developmental challenges associated with the transition to adolescence. (
  • Changes occurring in adolescence have influence on different diseases and behavior that affect health. (
  • The data are vital for our understanding of the contemporary transition from adolescence into adulthood in the U.S. within its intergenerational family context. (
  • and (b) how childhood health trajectories, from birth through childhood and adolescence, affect socioeconomic status transitions in early adulthood, including educational attainment, employment, and residential and financial independence from parents. (
  • METHODS: Data from three waves of the National Survey of Adolescent Males (1988, 1990-1991 and 1995) were used to examine 1,880 young men's history of STDs and their patterns and trajectories of sexual risk behavior during adolescence and early adulthood. (
  • We review six behavioral domains/modifiable risk factors that are important for maintaining health among elderly populations: physical activity, nutrition, sleep quality, alcohol consumption, tobacco use, and body weight status. (
  • Prior to joining UCLA, Dr. Sumner was an Assistant Professor of Behavioral Medicine at the Center for Behavioral Cardiovascular Health at Columbia University Medical Center. (
  • This intention is known as behavioral intention and comes as a result of a belief that performing the behavior will lead to a specific outcome. (
  • According to TRA, behavioral intention is the main motivator of behavior, while the two key determinants on behavioral intention are people's attitudes and norms. (
  • According to TRA, attitudes are one of the key determinants of behavioral intention and refer to the way people feel towards a particular behavior. (
  • Behavioral belief allows us to understand people's motivations for their behavior in terms of the behavior's consequences. (
  • Subjective norms are also one of the key determinants of behavioral intention and refer to the way perceptions of relevant groups or individuals such as family members, friends, and peers may affect one's performance of the behavior. (
  • Informed by life course theory, we describe how the transition into adulthood may have been sped up or slowed down by the Great Recession and how these effects may have varied according to family backgrounds and psychological/behavioral capacities. (
  • Behavioral treatments emphasize the impact of positive and negative consequences to reinforce behaviors. (
  • Although this view was at first largely driven by anecdotal evidence showcasing the manifestation of mental illness in individuals who exhibited extraordinary levels of creativity in various spheres of life, it initiated a strong impetus to empirically investigate the association between mental health and creativity.A variety of approaches (and combinations of approaches) have been adopted to address this association including clinical, personality, psychometric, behavioral, cognitive, historiometric and neuroscientific. (
  • Ryan Andrew Brown is a senior behavioral/social scientist at the RAND Corporation, focusing on improving the lives of rural and remote populations, assessment of Special Forces operations, urban American Indian health, and improving techniques for vetting, screening, and monitoring of internal and external national security threats. (
  • Brown is currently conducting work focused on: (a) pathways in and out of radical extremism, (b) culturally centered substance use interventions for urban American Indian and Alaska Native youth, (c) behavioral health care access for rural and remote service members, and (d) improvements to US Government screening, vetting, and monitoring. (
  • Especially encouraging is increasing evidence that demonstrates the effectiveness of treatments (including psychological and pharmacological interventions) for depression and other mental and behavioral health conditions in late life. (
  • N. Pozdniakova, Behavioral Strategies and Practices of Russian Women that Affect Reproductive Health: Statistical and Demographic Analysis . (
  • Integrated behavioral health care (IBHC), the simultaneous interface of medical and behavioral health care, is an emerging solution for the delivery of behavioral health in primary care contexts. (
  • Although important work has been done over the last 30 years to analyze the relationship between self-reported and observed behavior, much of the social network literature is written as if self-report data are behavioral data. (
  • This section aims to publish studies looking at the health behaviors which may positively or negatively influence the energy balance (physical activity, sedentary behavior, diet/nutrition) and which may be related to weight-status, -gain and -control. (
  • Classes of physical activity and sedentary behavior in 5th grade children. (
  • Correlates of preschool children's objectively measured physical activity and sedentary behavior: a cross-sectional analysis of the SPLASHY study. (
  • Regional socio-cultural differences as important correlate of physical activity and sedentary behavior in Swiss pre-schoolers. (
  • In older adults, sedentary behaviors increase while physical activity decreases over time following the compositional nature of 24-h behaviors. (
  • Time spent in sedentary behavior, light physical activity, and moderate-to-vigorous physical activity will be used as three components in a composition reflecting individual MRBs. (
  • The first day of the meeting ended with a discussion of the continuum of physical activity, extending from sedentary behavior to vigorous intensity exercise. (
  • Survey of Today's Adolescent Relationships and Transitions (START) was a four year study that began in 2016 and ended in 2020. (
  • This study collects reliable and valid data on health behaviors and health indicators and their social, environmental, and biological contexts beginning with a nationally representative probability cohort of 10th-grade children in the U.S in 2009 and following them through 2016. (
  • On October 27-28, 2016 the Physical Activity Guidelines Advisory Committee held its second public meeting at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, MD. It was the second of five planned public meetings. (
  • 6 In April 2018, the National Institutes of Health launched the Helping to End Addiction Long-Term (HEAL) Initiative, which supports research into strategies that prevent and treat OUD and improve pain management. (
  • Dr. Asch recently spoke at TEDMED 2018-the annual health and medicine edition of the world-renowned TED Talks-about his work. (
  • First, we will collect two waves of the PSID Transition into Adulthood Supplement (TAS) in 2017 and 2019. (
  • Other emerging data based on drug injecting, young adult samples also suggest that POs are often the precursor to heroin abuse, thereby contributing to high risk behaviors including transition to injection [ 4 - 10 ]. (
  • Predicting the transition from juvenile delinquency to adult criminality: Gender specific influences in two high-risk samples. (
  • Aggression and coercive behaviors in early adult relationships: Findings from the Oregon Youth Study-Couples Study. (
  • These psychosocial factors are not well-studied within a young adult (YA) population and the parents of YAs during the transition planning phase. (
  • Transition of health care from pediatric to adult care systems is a complex process and is often a challenge for young adults. (
  • Nor is it known whether these diabetes education interventions impact transition to adult care over time. (
  • A functional analysis to identify the consequences maintaining her problem behavior indicated that access to a highly preferred tangible (i.e., tablet device) and/or adult attention (i.e., reprimands) maintained her behavior. (
  • If needed, we can help with the transition to adult services. (
  • Education around readiness for transition to adult health care. (
  • In this sensitive period both normative and maladaptive patterns of adult health are established. (
  • A close collaboration between health care providers will bridge the gap between pediatric and adult rheumatology. (
  • A theory-based study in an adult population using the theory of planned behavior [ 7 ] confirmed a one-directional relationship and suggested that obesity could be a direct predictor of future PA. (
  • Using data from The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 Cohort Child and Young Adult Sample (n = 3,096), we embed health behavior trajectories across the transition to adulthood in the context of the Great Recession. (
  • To examine challenges transitioning to adult care for young adults with FH and parents of FH-affected young adults in the context of 2 developmental tasks, transitioning from childhood to early adulthood and assuming responsibility for self-management of a chronic disorder. (
  • Young adults with FH transitioning to adult care may benefit from explicit interventions to address challenges to establishing healthy lifestyle behaviors and medication adherence as they move toward being responsible for their medical care. (
  • It covers every stage of development, including older parents and their adult children, and uses an inclusive approach that looks at a variety of different family contexts, such as foster families, military families, and families with an LGBTQ member, as well as the influence of culture and ethnicity on family beliefs and behaviors. (
  • Data were drawn from wave 1 and 2 (1995-1996) of the National Longitudinal Study of Adolescent to Adult Health. (
  • Poulton R, Caspi A, Milne BJ, et al: Association between children's experience of socioeconomic disadvantage and adult health: a life-course study. (
  • Interest and investment in interventions engaging men in reproductive and maternal health and violence prevention in low- and middle-income countries has grown tremendously since the 1990s [ 1 ]. (
  • Male engagement interventions have evolved from seeking to involve men to overcome specific barriers, such as women's limited decision-making power or access to health care, to be increasingly gender-transformative, engaging men and their partners to challenge the inequitable gender and power dynamics that give rise to such barriers [ 2 , 3 ]. (
  • In the context of resource-poor countries, interventions that improve families' economic capabilities are likely to be particularly consequential. (
  • Within this context, there is a need for innovative interventions that promote sustainable (more than short-term) economic and behavior change among AIDS-orphaned children and create the supports necessary to sustain these changes. (
  • Further I am interested in the relationship of emotion regulation, socio-environmental aspects and health behavior with stress responses and the impact of web-based interventions to improve stress regulation capacity in children and adults. (
  • Antecedent interventions modify the environment to reduce problem behaviors and build skills. (
  • These findings also revealed the aspects of familial, organizational, and policy contexts that may be targeted for interventions. (
  • Recognition of these multiple truths about meth, and the social structural contexts that shape the scripting of meth use among youth in particular settings, may help us to move beyond moralizing debates about how to best educate youth on the "risks" associated with meth, and towards interventions that are congruent with youth's lived experiences and needs across the lifecourse. (
  • It is on that basis that the World Health Organization (WHO) encourages Member States to prioritize high-impact adolescent health interventions in national strategic plans that seek to strengthen health systems in view of achieving universal health coverage. (
  • This article explores various factors and variables affecting the prevalence of obesity in Lebanon, to focus public health initiatives and medical interventions in the management of obesity. (
  • After describing the factors and variables affecting the prevalence of obesity, some suggestions for appropriate interventions are included, with the hope of reducing the health burden of obesity in Lebanon. (
  • Targeted adolescent sexual and reproductive health programmatic interventions that include parents may have significant impacts on delaying sexual debut, and possibly reducing sexual risk behaviors, among young people in high-risk settings such as slums. (
  • Many families describe this transition as a lot like walking off a cliff in terms of the drastic drop in availability of supports and services. (
  • In an opinion piece, Furstenberg explores the value of marriage and suggests that government policies should focus on creating the economic and social conditions, such as child care subsidies, paid parental leaves, and cheaper health insurance, that will support marriage for low-income families. (
  • Mental health professionals, advocates, and researchers agree that families must be provided support to address mental health problems that can occur throughout the migration process 1 . (
  • Mental health professionals, educators, and others who work with immigrant families must continue in their efforts to advance research, improve clinical practice, and understand the complexity of the migration process 1 . (
  • Detaining families may also cause mental health issues. (
  • Feature articles include "How to Do Ethnography Right," U.S. Attitudes toward Lesbian and Gay People are Better than Ever," "Social Mobility among Second-Generation Latinos," "Immigrant Rights are Civil Rights," "Transitioning Out Loud and Online," "Celebrating New Citizens, Defining the Nntion," and " A Hand Up for Low-Income Families. (
  • With regard to the dimensions of psychological well-being such as happiness, self-rated health and self-satisfaction in social life, and risky health behaviours and interpersonal relationships, children from disrupted families are more likely to be on the negative end of the rating scale [33, 34]. (
  • In the 1990s, PSID began collecting rich and detailed data on children born into these families and, starting in the mid-2000s, has closely followed these children?s transition into adulthood. (
  • Participants also learn how to manage existing medical conditions, practice healthy lifestyle behaviors, release anger and bitterness, cultivate healthy relations with self and environment, resolve legal and financial glitches, and pursue vocational or life goals. (
  • The present study tested associations between common developmental contexts (relationship involvement, independent living, college attendance, work) and risky sexual behavior (casual sex, inconsistent condom use, high-risk sex) across the 2 years following high school. (
  • Findings from this study suggest that developmental context may affect young adults' engagement in risky sexual behavior. (
  • 12-14 In addition to these physical health risks, adolescent mothers attain lower levels of education, have fewer economic opportunities and experience higher rates of poverty, 2-4,15 and their children are at increased risk of neonatal mortality, preterm birth, low birth weight and developmental delays. (
  • Autism is the name of a group of developmental disabilities linked to significant social, communication and behavior challenges. (
  • The positive youth development framework emphasizes those developmental tasks and milestones that assist youth in the successful transition to adulthood. (
  • Coursework in this major curriculum offers a theoretical base in developmental and counseling psychology with a focus on understanding psychological processes in a variety of contexts. (
  • Munroe, C., Clerkin, E.M. & Kuvalanka, K.A. The Impact of Peer and Family Functioning on Transgender and Gender-Diverse Children's Mental Health. (
  • The impact of peer and family functioning on transgender and gender-diverse children's mental health. (
  • Initial program development efforts to prepare young adults for transition were developed at Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center (CCHMC) based on best practice recommendations in the literature. (
  • Beyond the core social and relational challenges, children's behaviors truly demonstrate a spectrum. (
  • Parent's education, their remaining married to each other, their disapproval of premarital sex, and their monitoring of their children's behavior have been found to be negatively associated with the early onset of sexual intercourse (Goodson et al. (
  • These policy changes lead most often to further changes in the physical and social environment that provide new or enhanced support for positive health behaviors. (
  • It establishes the incidence and prevalence of alcohol use, patterns of drinking (especially high risk drinking), health problems attributable to drinking, and alcohol use disorders. (
  • Studying patterns of college enrollment across the Great Recession among U.S. youth from diverse family contexts provides insight into how economic volatility can either compound or undercut the advantages that some parents can give their children. (
  • An estimated 1 in 68 children in the United States meet diagnostic criteria for autism spectrum disorder (ASD), a lifelong neurodevelopmental condition characterized by difficulties in social communication and the presence of repetitive or restrictive behavior patterns. (
  • This prospective longitudinal study was conducted to discover patterns of antisocial behavior from a comprehensive perspective, including different problem behaviors in and out of schools, focusing on both victimization and offending. (
  • Stereotypies in captive animals have been defined as repetitive, largely invariant patterns of behavior that serve no obvious goal or function. (
  • The research focused on antisocial behaviors in young people has been very fruitful, but studies are usually fragmented and focused on specific problem behaviors either in school or outside of school. (
  • Findings suggest that single antisocial behaviors are not common and students who display one problem behavior usually display other problem behaviors. (
  • According to the latest findings from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, annual treatment admissions for PO related problems rose from 360,000 in 2002 to 746,000 in 2013 [ 1 ]. (
  • The panel's charge was to review research findings on the transition to adulthood in developing countries in order to identify research gaps and promising program and policy options for young people. (
  • The study's findings will markedly expand the body of knowledge regarding the influences on development of physical activity behavior in youth. (
  • In this scoping review, we synthesize findings from published qualitative research about the transition to adulthood to discuss implications for practice and provide recommendations for future research. (
  • This study presents findings of a longitudinal study of the transition to adulthood of high school students with severe emotional disabilities. (
  • The report includes quantitative and qualitative findings concerning student and parent perspectives on contributions of school and family to the transition of youth to adulthood. (
  • Our findings revealed positive understandings and experiences of meth in relation to other forms of drug addiction and unaddressed mental health issues. (
  • These findings add to the spate of data from other inpatient settings revealing care transitions to be a time of particular vulnerability. (
  • Summary Findings As Latin American and the Caribbean countries face rapid aging transitions, the economic contribution of older workers would need to be strengthened. (
  • Identify the trajectories of adolescent health and health behaviors, including diet and physical activity, substance use, driving, dating violence, and health status. (
  • Using data from the Indonesian Family Life Survey, Nobles will measure childhood nutritional conditions and health trajectories at older ages to determine the effects of early life scarcity on later life. (
  • The results suggest that neighborhood socioeconomic status, female employment and marital dissolution rates, and peers' departure from mainstream lifecourse trajectories influence young black women's sexual and contraceptive behavior. (
  • Promoting physical activity for older adults: The challenges for changing behavior. (
  • In addition to insufficient moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA), prolonged sitting time is also a health risk for older adults. (
  • Health promotion initiatives for older adults, particularly for older women, may be more effective if they take these attributes into account. (
  • Suicide among older adults (individuals 65+) is a major public health concern. (
  • Older adults with depression or other mental health conditions receive treatment at strikingly low rates. (
  • Research in recent years has documented that "perceived need" is an especially important factor in engagement with mental health treatment among older adults. (
  • Recognizing and addressing perceptions of being a burden on others is important in the context of health or functional decline in older adults. (
  • Suicidal behaviors among older adults are not often impulsive acts. (
  • The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), National Institutes of Health (NIH), encourages the submission of investigator-initiated research grant applications to support research investigating the epidemiology of alcohol use, alcohol-related harms, and alcohol use disorders and the prevention of underage drinking, alcohol-related harms, and alcohol use disorders. (
  • Alcohol consumption ranks among the leading risk factors for death and poor health in the United States. (
  • The role of alcohol in illness is often inferred from data on health care utilization. (
  • It establishes rates of various problematic consequences of alcohol use such as driving under the influence of alcohol, violent behavior, homicide, suicide, and the spread of infectious diseases such as TB and HIV. (
  • Decreasing risk factors for later alcohol use and antisocial behaviors in children in foster care by increasing early promotive factors. (
  • Religiosity can contribute to health decision making related to alcohol and other substance use [ 9 ], by reducing alcohol use and risk behaviors leading to alcohol use disorders [ 10 ]. (
  • Addiction to narcotics, prescription pain medication and alcohol are complex conditions often co-occurring with mental health disorders and chronic musculoskeletal pain. (
  • African-American youth are oversampled to provide better population estimates of this group and to provide an adequate sample to examine racial/ethnic differences in longitudinal predictors of health, health behaviors, and health behavior change. (
  • Este estudio longitudinal prospectivo se ha realizado para descubrir patrones de conducta antisocial desde una perspectiva integral, que incluye diferentes comportamientos problemáticos dentro y fuera de la escuela, centrándose tanto en la victimización como en la agresión. (
  • Working was not related to the sexual risk behaviors examined. (
  • Levels of sexual risk behavior showed little change across the 2 years following high school. (
  • Programs aimed at promoting sexual health and reducing risk behaviors for STIs among young adults should consider targeting those in romantic relationships, those not living with parents, and those not attending college. (
  • Sexual risk behavior 6 months post-high school: Associations with college attendance, living with a parent, and prior risk behavior. (
  • With the significant burden of HIV among adolescent sexual minority males, particularly among Black and Latino youth, understanding the factors and behaviors associated with an increased risk of HIV diagnosis is key for developing targeted prevention strategies and reducing the impact of HIV. (
  • A lack of affirmative and culturally competent sexual health education and health services. (
  • Partner influences on young women's risky drug and sexual behavior. (
  • Justice involvement and girls' sexual health: Directions for policy and practice. (
  • Justice involvement and girls' sexual health. (
  • Researchers have specifically suggested that the transition to agriculture led to a decline in sexual dimorphism due to the reduction in gendered biomechanical loads and a nutritional decline. (
  • In contrast to the theory that sexual dimorphism declines with the transition to agriculture, in most cases, no significant change occurs. (
  • For each country, data were drawn from four national health surveys conducted between 1987 and 2007, and analysis focused on trends in sexual and reproductive behavior among adolescent females aged 15-19. (
  • This procedure is carried out to maintain the function of elimination and causes various changes that may negatively affect the physical, psychological, social and sexual health of people who have to live with this condition of life ( 2 - 3 ) . (
  • His research focuses on the family in the context of disadvantaged urban neighborhoods and adolescent sexual behavior. (
  • Complex sexual health concerns in the context of another chronic health condition. (
  • Therefore, they need support, information and advice on their disease, but also on generic and sexual health, educational/vocational and psychosocial issues. (
  • According to the 2013 Youth Risk Behavior Survey, 20% and 10% of high school-attending girls and boys, respectively, in the United States reported experiencing sexual or physical abuse by a dating partner in the past year. (
  • Women who live in communities where attitudes about reproductive health are not positive or where there is lack of social support for condom use are at a heightened risk of early sexual initiation. (
  • However, studies have also shown that knowledge alone does not always translate into reduced risky sexual behavior (RSB). (
  • The extent to which racial and ethnic differences in STDs among youth are related to differences in socioeconomic characteristics and risky sexual behaviors requires investigation. (
  • Multinomial and logistic regression analyses were conducted to test whether racial and ethnic differences in STDs are due to the lower socioeconomic status and higher levels of risky sexual behavior among minority groups. (
  • disparities persisted in analyses controlling for level of risky sexual behavior. (
  • Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health , 43 (1), 51-59. (
  • Several studies have demonstrated a link between young people's sexual behavior and levels of parental monitoring, parent-child communication, and parental discipline in Western countries. (
  • Neighborhood context and the transition to sexual activity among young black women. (
  • Yet, little is known about how aging workers with CHD practice self-care, (i.e., adherence to medication and treatment, symptom monitoring and symptom management) on a daily basis within the context of employment or the consequences of poor self-care behaviors on aging worker health and safety. (
  • Younger substance abusers are more likely to utilize non-oral routes (i.e. snorting, smoking), with many subsequently transitioning to high risk behaviors including injection [ 12 , 15 ]. (
  • Referrals for mental health symptoms or substance use diagnoses alone, without a chronic health condition(s). (
  • Also, they are "doubly disadvantaged" by the higher attributable risk from risk taking behavior (e.g., smoking, substance use) in the context of the underlying chronic disease or its treatment. (
  • 2 , 3 Not only is adolescent dating abuse (ADA) relatively common, but youth who are victimized are subsequently at elevated risk for depression, anxiety, eating disorders, substance use, 2 - 4 and suicidal behavior. (
  • Social psychologists focus on societal concerns that have a powerful influence on individual well-being as well as the health of society as a whole, including problems such as substance use, crime, prejudice, domestic abuse, public health, bullying, and aggression. (
  • In light of the high prevalence of childhood overweight and obesity, there is a need of developing effective prevention programs to address the rising prevalence and the concomitant health consequences. (
  • Early motherhood is widely recognized as having negative consequences for the health of the young woman and her infant, as well as for their future economic, educational and social prospects. (
  • Her program of research lies at the intersection of the psychological and physical health consequences of trauma exposure. (
  • A slow incorporation of the above listed tips will allow a person to make better dietary choices and gradually transition into a life free from unhealthy eating habits and all the negative consequences that result. (
  • Obesity is a major health problem, because of its relationship with serious medical illnesses and significant economic consequences. (
  • Kristen Malecki's (population health sciences) pilot, "The Social Epigenomics of Health Disparities: How Different Dimensions of Disadvantage Get under the Skin," will use data from the Survey of the Health of Wisconsin to study how individual and neighborhood characteristics operate to shape health disparities through epigenetic mechanisms that accelerate biological aging. (
  • Does place explain racial health disparities? (
  • I am broadly interested in the social determinants of population health and health disparities. (
  • CONTEXT: Racial and ethnic health disparities are an important issue in the United States. (
  • This is what a life course perspective focuses on - turning points and transitions in how people's lives are connected with other people, social contexts, and institutions like education. (
  • Kolshus E, Gavin B, Cullen W, Kolshus E, McNicholas F. General Practitioners' experience of child and adolescent suicidal ideation and behavior - a survey. (
  • Role of the general practitioner in providing early intervention for youth mental health: a mixed methods investigation. (
  • This project evaluated a behavior-analytic intervention designed to treat severe problem behavior in the forms of aggression, self-injury, and property destruction with an 8-year-old girl with ASD. (
  • Early detection and intervention efforts, such as special education, can help kids develop important coping skills and get treatment, such as speech therapy for language delays, and talk therapy to reduce disruptive behaviors. (
  • a study developing and testing the efficacy of a training intervention for supervisors of Oregon veterans that aims to help veterans transition back into the civilian workforce. (
  • These results suggest that targeted intervention should focus on the return to work transition period and help workers with CHD manage stress, negotiate job accommodations and navigate barriers to sustainable self-care in the workplace. (
  • This paper uses household data from Brazil and Mexico to characterize labor market behavior of older workers, such as participation, sectoral and type of employment, and productivity, to identify critical areas for policy intervention. (
  • The Swiss Preschoolers' health study (SPLASHY): objectives and design of a prospective multi-site cohort study assessing psychological and physiological health in young children. (
  • Measures of impulsivity, a sense of mastery, social belonging, psychological distress, excessive behaviors (drinking, gambling and internet use) were utilized to predict purchasing drugs online. (
  • Results from multinomial logistic regression, penalized maximum-likelihood logistic regression, and binary mediation regression models indicated that buying drugs online was associated with lower self-control, higher psychological distress, and excessive gambling behavior and excessive Internet use. (
  • 2012). Can general practice help address youth mental health? (
  • and other professional topics and issues as they relate to working with persons and populations of all ages in a variety of OT practice contexts. (
  • This study will use an integrated time-use approach to explore causality from obesity to device-measured behaviors in older women. (
  • Collective efficacy and obesity: The potential influence of social factors on health. (
  • This study explores the influence of health behaviors and individual attributes on adolescent overweight and obesity using data from Wave II (Add Health). (
  • According to the World Health Organization, the global prevalence of childhood obesity has increased from 31 million children in 1990 to 42 million in 2013 (5). (
  • The Islamic Republic of Iran, as a middle-income country, is dealing with childhood overweight and obesity as a serious public health challenge (7, 8). (
  • Obesity was considered as the most important health problem by 27.6% and ranking the 5th after cancer, cardiovascular, smoking and HIV/AIDS. (
  • Participation in regular physical activity (PA) during the early years helps children achieve healthy body weight and can substantially improve motor development, bone health, psychosocial health and cognitive. (
  • The study proposes to examine the factors that influence change in physical activity in boys and girls as they transition from elementary to middle school. (
  • To determine the influences of personal social-cognitive, family, neighborhood, school, and community factors on changes in physical activity in African American and white boys and girls as they transition from elementary to middle school. (
  • To examine the effects of gender, race and neighborhood environment on factors influencing changes in physical activity as African American and white children transition from elementary to middle school. (
  • Physical and social contexts of physical activity behaviors of fifth and seventh grade youth. (
  • Journal of physical activity and health. (
  • Changes in physical activity in the school, afterschool, and evening periods during the transition from elementary to middle school. (
  • Dr. Troiano noted the value of both types of measures: self-reported data can give context for when and how physical activity is happening while accelerometer data can provide an unbiased snapshot of the amount and intensity of physical activity performed. (
  • Next, Committee member Dr. Kathy Janz presented on the relationship between physical activity and musculoskeletal health. (
  • The Committee will summarize its work and make evidence-based recommendations on physical activity and health to the federal government in its Advisory Committee Scientific Report. (
  • Warm parenting and effortful control in toddlerhood: Independent and interactive predictors of school-age externalizing behavior. (
  • Reproductive Health, 15, 1-15. (
  • Compared with the Latin American average, adolescent fertility is high in El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, countries that also have high poverty levels and poor access to reproductive health care. (
  • Motherhood and Ritual Medical anthropology demonstrates that the reproductive behaviors of women are heavily controlled through ritual. (
  • Reproductive rituals regulate and impose normative behaviors and often restrictive rules on women who are expected to follow them during pregnancy, birth, and the postnatal periods, constituting what French ethnographer Arnold Van Gennep called "rites of passage. (
  • CONTEXT: The reproductive health hazards of unintended pregnancies and unsafe abortions are well documented. (
  • Unintended pregnancy poses a major challenge to the reproductive health of young adults in developing countries. (
  • her research has advanced understanding of insomnia that develops during the menopausal transition, and revealed interactions between the female reproductive system and sleep and circadian regulatory systems. (
  • The TRA was later revised and expanded by the two theorists in the following decades to overcome any discrepancies in the A-B relationship with the theory of planned behavior (TPB) and reasoned action approach (RAA). (
  • All initiating with alternative routes did so within a social context (n=10). (
  • Results suggest that the social context of initiation influences the use of alternate routes of administration. (
  • However, the vast majority of research on autism studies individual development and treatment without much regard for social context. (
  • Maternal employment and changes in family dynamics: The social context of women's work in rural South India. (
  • Contextual effects--effects measured at a level higher than the individual--have rarely been examined, even though the importance of the social context and of factors operating at the group, community, and societal levels is emphasized by theory (Waldo and Coates, 2000). (
  • In these projects, Dr. Mohr has carefully examined social influences on travel-related behavior. (
  • This project facilitates research on parental time with children, how time use influences heath, household responses to changing economic conditions, and cross-national research on health and well-being in different cultural and policy settings. (
  • A socioecologic approach to community health recognizes that health behaviors are multifaceted and are part of a larger social system of behaviors and social influences. (
  • My investigations span the range from macro-social determinants of population health (e.g. income inequality, social cohesion), to meso-level influences (neighborhood and workplace contexts), down to the individual-level (stress, and psychosocial risk factors for cardiovascular disease). (
  • Health psychology is concerned with the psychology … Applying Social Psychology to the Environment. (
  • One way that social psychology has been applied in the area of health is through social norms, or what's considered normal by society. (
  • Today, the main approach used in health psychology is known as the biosocial model. (
  • The European Journal of Psychology Applied to Legal Context vol.13 no.1 Madrid ene. (
  • Young adults with familial hypercholesterolemia (FH) are at a critical period for establishing behaviors to promote future cardiovascular health. (
  • The growing prevalence of young adults with ASD has lent urgency to efforts to improve transition programs and supports. (
  • In this scoping review, we synthesized original qualitative research studies aimed at describing the transition experiences of youth and young adults with ASD. (
  • The theory of reasoned action (TRA or ToRA) aims to explain the relationship between attitudes and behaviors within human action. (
  • Attitudes regarding a certain behavior can either be positive, negative or neutral. (
  • For example, in our study examining breastfeeding attitudes and practices of mothers from Cape Town, South Africa, mothers of young infants reported that they adhered to traditional perinatal rituals, with more than half of the mothers using traditional infant herbal preparations despite clinical advice to the contrary.8 Mothers did not disclose these practices to health care practitioners who were perceived to disapprove of these traditional practices. (
  • Self-reports of health status, health behaviors, and health attitudes are collected by in-school and online surveys. (
  • According to Dr. Mohr, the benefits of projects like the "Family Activity Study" come from the understanding of how factors like the built environment and attitudes towards activity like walking and biking influence transportation choices that promote good health. (
  • Dr. Braun and Family Science graduate students collect data from Food Stamp eligible individuals about their attitudes and behaviors relating to use of the Food Stamp program, including views of the program and its operations. (
  • Those labeled inconsistent reported job stress, negative work attitudes and struggled with balancing work-life-health. (
  • Youth with autism are especially vulnerable during this transitional period because of their difficulties with communication and social interaction, a greater reliance on others for aid, and a high rate of additional mental and physical health problems. (
  • Infant Mental Health Journal, 36, 575-587. (
  • Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, 43 , 879-892. (
  • Estimating mental health impacts of alcohol's harms from other drinkers: using propensity scoring methods with national cross-sectional data from the United States. (
  • We currently specialise in research into ADHD, eating disorders/body image, and transitions between mental health services. (
  • Nobody really gets it": A qualitative exploration of youth mental health in deprived urban areas. (
  • Primary care and youth mental health in Ireland: Qualitative study in deprived urban areas. (
  • Sara and Kiersten are graduate students in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling program at Marquette University. (
  • Complex comorbid chronic illness and mental health symptoms. (
  • Immigrants also face the fear of reporting abuse to authorities and the inability to access both medical and mental health services 1 ,2 . (
  • Working with immigrant origin clients: An update for mental health professionals. (
  • Mental health providers should allow for integration of clients' religiosity and spirituality beliefs and practices in treatment settings if clients indicate such interest. (
  • The current global financial crisis has increased the economic pressures on companies and they in turn have intensified the effects on employees, particularly in terms of new competition contexts and a lot of stress and mental health issues. (
  • Features include "Wedding Cake Woes", "Serial Killers and Sex Workers", "Mental Health and Police Killings", and "Truth-Spots. (
  • By connecting therapy dog teams virtually with program participants, we aimed for participants to continue to experience feelings of love, comfort and support as occurred in in-person programming, and gain knowledge about the best evidence surrounding mental health care during a pandemic. (
  • Using familiar imagery, providing comfort through a known environment, incorporating teachings from patient's religion and regulating emotions through mindfulness techniques are essential for a culturally sensitive treatment for mental health disorders, most commonly anxiety and depression. (
  • Sovereign Health's CROSS (Christian Recovery Offering Significant Success) program, for example, intertwines mental health and addiction management programs with Christian spirituality. (
  • The CROSS program offered at Sovereign Health facility in Palm Desert is ideal for men and women who are 18 or older, struggling with an addiction, mental illness or a co-occurring disorder, have a history of trauma and shared Christian faith. (
  • Utilizing theories of criminology and addiction research, it was hypothesized that social bonds, low levels of self-control, and poor mental health are associated with buying drugs online. (
  • Results indicate that more focus should be placed on mainstream social media services as sources of drug acquisition as online drug buyers have multiple self-control and mental health problems. (
  • Are Movement Behaviors and Fundamental Motor Skills Associated With Fitness and Fatness in Early Childhood? (
  • In a model without mediational variables--such as family functioning during childhood-(figure not shown), the direct standardized effect of parental separation or divorce before 18 years old on self perceived health in adulthood was estimated to be 0.12 (p ≤ 0.001). (
  • Table 2 shows changes in the odds ratios for the independent association between family variables during childhood (family breakup and family functioning variables) and self-rated health. (
  • We will undertake a major expansion of the TAS study sample and will substantially revise the TAS questionnaire, adding new and revised content on topics such as childhood health, fertility-related behavior and pregnancy intentions, and computer skills. (
  • Early childhood television viewing and adolescent behavior: the recontact study. (
  • However, critics estimated that attitude theories were not proving to be good indicators of human behavior[citation needed]. (
  • Additionally, the normative component (i.e. social norms surrounding the act) also contributes to whether or not the person will actually perform the behavior. (
  • Facilitating young peoples' success in this stage of life cannot be the responsibility of parents alone but must also be a responsibility shared with the international community, national and local governments, schools, health service providers, communities, employers, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), and last but not least, the research community. (
  • International journal of environmental research and public health. (
  • I nternational Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15 (2), 373. (
  • Introduction sets context, provides background, initiates action, and anti positivism non empiricalqualitative research began to be the freshest and most served over years of age. (
  • The Division of Adolescent Health and Medicine is committed to improving the health of young people in British Columbia through clinical services, health promotion, education and training, advocacy, and research. (
  • A positivistic approach to behavior research, TRA attempts to predict and explain one's intention of performing a certain behavior. (
  • Medical research has shown that addictions to sugar and eating too much junk food can be detrimental to the health and well-being of people. (
  • Much of her research focuses on how interpersonal relationships and emotions act on health. (
  • To understand how relationships and health are connected, she analyzes data gathered using daily process methodology, a research method wherein subjects record experiences, thoughts, moods, and behaviors daily or multiple times a day, for periods ranging from a week to a month. (
  • By illuminating the intricacies and complexities of how the many relationships people have inform and influence health behaviors, Dr. Mohr's research may also shed light on ways individuals, small and large groups can augment behaviors to improve wellbeing overall. (
  • This life-span approach to parent-child relations gives students a comprehensive, contemporary look at theories, research, and techniques within historical and cultural contexts. (
  • Since 1999, the Center for Demography of Health and Aging (CDHA) has been a hub for research that takes a life course approach to understanding variation in health and other dimensions of well-being. (
  • One previous study has shown that girls who make an early transition to puberty are at elevated risk for ADA, 7 but more research is needed to understand the conditions under which early-maturing girls are at heightened risk. (
  • ASPE Research Brief, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation (ASPE), January 2009. (
  • Although literature on change management is available in abundance, very little research has been focussed on the micro-level issues pertaining to organisational change, and virtually no research relating to the 'existential meaning' context of such change could be found. (
  • 4 Health Policy Research Center, Institute of Health, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Islamic Republic of Iran. (
  • Moore S & Kawachi I . Twenty years of social capital and health research: a glossary. (
  • Perth: Child Health Promotion Research Centre, Edith Cowan University. (
  • According to Williams, older blacks are considered "a minority within a minority" because these individuals represent the elderly as well as the minority segment of the population.4 This "double jeopardy hypothesis" has become a major research protocol used in examining the health problems of the elderly minority. (
  • Philip R. Newman (Ph.D., University of Michigan) is a social psychologist whose research has focused on the transition to high school as well as on group identity and alienation. (
  • Ambulatory monitoring of cardiovascular function, using portable cardiac monitors, has been used for several decades as a tool for understanding the association between experiences and cardiovascular health [ 31 ]. (
  • A latent transition analysis. (
  • I follow an interdisciplinary approach integrating herbaria, analyses of plant's phytochemical and pharmacological properties, and their effect on growth, health and fitness of individual bonobos. (
  • Negative binomial regression analyses revealed an interaction between advanced pubertal development and percentage of boy friends on ADA victimization, adjusted for age, race, parents' marital status, household income, number of relationships, self-esteem, self-control, and antisocial behavior history. (
  • Latent class and latent transition analyses were performed and identified four groups of students. (
  • Transition analyses showed that the low antisocial and offenders outside of school groups were relatively stable over time. (
  • Instead, the child seems to be "apart," uses repetitive routines and odd behaviors, and shows communication problems as well as a lack of social awareness or interest in relationships. (
  • the epidemiological transition. (
  • They are responsible for the epidemiological transition, infectious diseases and noncommunicable diseases occurring immediately or in later life. (
  • Together this work provides a starting point to study the role of metabolism in complex behavior by allowing researchers to exploit a genetically tractable organism in studies of specific diet-linked disorders. (
  • Emerging and Re-Emerging Organizational Features, Work Transitions and Occupational Risk Factors: The Good, the Bad, the Right. (
  • We encourage a focus on how time and social, political, economic, and environmental issues may change our knowledge on organizational features, work transitions, and occupational risk factors. (
  • Physical health decline and functional impairment are also important risk factors for suicide in late life and also provide opportunities for intervening. (
  • In 1999, a major change in the program required local health departments to focus on policy-change and environmental-change strategies for addressing three major risk factors: physical inactivity, poor diet, and tobacco use. (
  • Public health faces a major challenge to building state and local infrastructure with the capacity to address the primary risk factors for chronic disease. (