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|Pandemic Exposes Vulnerabilities of Workers on Farms |
|Panel 12: Translating Dissemination and Implementation Research into Practice |
|Panel on Employee Assistance Program |
|Parent Stress and Child Avoidant Coping during Deployment: An Structural Equation Nonrecursive Model to Investigate the Non-deployed Parent-Child Dyad In National Guard Families |
|Parent Training: Evidence, Opportunities, and Future Directions |
|Parent University |
|The Parent University Program: Factors Predicting Change in Responsive Parenting Behaviors |
|The parenting of women sexually abused as children: Abuse characteristics, cognitive responses, attachment styles and parenting adequacy |
|Parenting Programs for Children 0-8: What is the Evidence and What Seem to be the Common Components? |
|Parenting Programs for Children Birth-8: What is the Evidence and What Seem to be the Common Components? |
|Parents' Daily Hassles Stress and Child Avoidant Coping during Deployment: A Structural Equation Nonrecursive Model to Investigate the Non-deployed Parent-Child Dyad In National Guard Families |
|Parents’ Experiences and Perspectives of Early Childhood Mental Health Services and Child Welfare |
|Pareto Group Instability and the Prediction of Health Care Claims Costs |
|Parity of Mental Health and Substance Use Benefits with Other Benefits: Using Your Employer-Sponsored Health Plan to Cover Services |
|Partner Violence: Recognition & Response |
|Partners for Recovery Supporting Our Greatest Resource: Addressing Substance Use, Misuse and Relapse in the Addiction Treatment Workforce |
|The Past is in the present: how views of history have shaped social work research |
|Pathological gambling behavior and self-concept theory: An investigation of the validity of the addictive personality syndrome (APS) |
|PATIENTS Day 2019: What Motivates People with Substance Use Disorders to Pursue Treatment? A Patient-Centered Approach to Understanding Patient Experiences and Patient-Provider Interactions |
|Patterns of Suicidal Risk and Its Relationship with Suicidal Ideation and Attempt: Practice and Policy Implications |
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