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(Theory of Modeling and Role Modeling)
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  • Teen Dating Violence in a High-Risk Sample: The Protective Role of Maternal Acceptance. [Journal Article]
    J Interpers Violence 2019; :886260519880165Livingston JA, Lessard J, … Eiden RD
  • Exposure to marital conflict has been identified as a risk factor for teen dating violence (TDV). Given the high rates of marital conflict observed in families affected by paternal alcoholism, children of alcoholic fathers may be at increased risk for TDV. Positive parenting behaviors are protective against TDV in general, but whether they can attenuate the effects of exposure to marital conflict…
  • A Theory/Experience Description of Support Effects in Carbon-Supported Catalysts. [Journal Article]
    Chem Rev 2019Gerber IC, Serp P
  • The support plays an important role for supported metal catalysts by positioning itself as a macromolecular ligand, which conditions the nature of the active site and contributes indirectly but also sometimes directly to the reactivity. Metal species such as nanoparticles, clusters, or single atoms can be deposited on carbon materials for various catalytic reactions. All the carbon materials used…
  • Precede-Proceed model based questionnaire and saliva tests for oral health checkup in adult. [Journal Article]
    J Oral Sci 2019Nomura Y, Matsuyama T, … Hanada N
  • Screening is a fundamental strategy for early detection, treatment, and prevention of progression of oral disease and those at high risk for oral disease. While numerous screening tools exist, questionnaires, and saliva tests are often suitable for screening. The questionnaire based on the Precede-Proceed model was developed, validated, and elucidated on the structural interrelationship between t…
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