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  • Quality Of Life And Stigma Among People Living With HIV/AIDS In Iran. [Journal Article]
    HIV AIDS (Auckl) 2019; 11:287-298Ebrahimi Kalan M, Han J, … Rimaz S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our findings indicated that increasing HIV/AIDS-related stigma decreases QOL in PLWHA in Iran. Attention toward decreasing stigma, improving healthcare plan, and cultivating economic condition should be given high priority to ensure improvement in total QOL and corresponding domains in PLWHA's life.
  • Social distance towards halitosis sufferers [Journal Article]
    Swiss Dent J 2019; 129(12):1026-1030Azodo CC, Ogbebor OG
  • Halitosis is a frustrating condition that can lead to significant discomforts, negative social and psychological effects including social interaction suppression and self-confidence diminution. The purpose of the study was to assess the social distance attitude towards halitosis sufferers in Nigeria. A cross-sectional survey was carried out among young adult Nigerians recruited from University of…
  • Multivariate Patterns of Posterior Cortical Activity Differentiate Forms of Emotional Distancing. [Journal Article]
    Cereb Cortex 2019Powers JP, Graner JL, LaBar KS
  • Distancing is an effective tactic for emotion regulation, which can take several forms depending on the type(s) of psychological distance being manipulated to modify affect. We recently proposed a neurocognitive model of emotional distancing, but it is unknown how its specific forms are instantiated in the brain. Here, we presented healthy young adults (N = 34) with aversive pictures during funct…
  • Local risk perception enhances epidemic control. [Journal Article]
    PLoS One 2019; 14(12):e0225576Herrera-Diestra JL, Meyers LA
  • As infectious disease outbreaks emerge, public health agencies often enact vaccination and social distancing measures to slow transmission. Their success depends on not only strategies and resources, but also public adherence. Individual willingness to take precautions may be influenced by global factors, such as news media, or local factors, such as infected family members or friends. Here, we c…
  • Moral distress in acute psychiatric nursing: Multifaceted dilemmas and demands. [Journal Article]
    Nurs Ethics 2019; :969733019877526Jansen TL, Hem MH, … Hanssen I
  • CONCLUSIONS: Moral distress in acute psychiatric care may be caused by multiple reasons and cause a variety of reactions. Multifaceted ethical dilemmas, incompatible demands and proximity to patients' suffering make nurses exposed to moral distress. Moral distress may lead to reduced quality care, which again may lead to bad conscience and cause moral distress. It is particularly problematic if moral distress results in nurses distancing and disconnecting themselves from the patients and their inner selves.
  • Interventions across the retirement transition for improving well-being: a scoping review protocol. [Journal Article]
    BMJ Open 2019; 9(9):e030484Rodríguez-Monforte M, Fernández-Jané C, … Carrillo-Alvarez E
  • The work-to-retirement transition involves a process of psychologically and behaviourally distancing oneself from the workforce that is often accompanied by other social changes. The person is confronted with new social roles, expectations, challenges and opportunities that can influence lifestyle and well-being. In the scientific literature, we find recent reports of interventions aimed at impro…
  • Cultural Experiences of Arab American Caregivers Raising Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. [Journal Article]
    J Autism Dev Disord 2020; 50(1):51-62Habayeb S, Dababnah S, … Rich B
  • Research on families' experiences raising children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is limited in minority ethnic and cultural groups, such as the Arab American community. Twenty Arab American caregivers raising children with ASD completed online questionnaires regarding their experiences with stigma and acculturation. Nine participants completed follow-up phone interviews. Perceived stigma fe…
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