Browsing Theses and Dissertations School of Social Work by Title
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|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 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 |
|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 |
|Pathological gambling behavior and self-concept theory: An investigation of the validity of the addictive personality syndrome (APS) |
|Patterns of Suicidal Risk and Its Relationship with Suicidal Ideation and Attempt: Practice and Policy Implications |
|Perspectives among mental health providers regarding rehospitalization of the chronically mentally ill |
|Perspectives of battered women regarding the criminal justice system |
|Phenomenology of relapse and lived experience among female opiate addicts |
|Physical punishment as purposive behavior |
|Predictors of mental health in a neighborhood of Managua, Nicaragua: A gendered analysis |
|Predictors of successful occupational rehabilitation for persons living with disabilities |
|Professionals and their Organizational Roles in Pathways to Care for Early Psychosis: Where Are the Social Workers? |
|Protective factors for inner city adolescents at risk: Family factors and social support |
|Protective factors to resilience in maltreated children: A developmental view |
|Psychiatric readmission of adolescents in the public mental health system |
|Psychosocial risk factors and prevalence of alcohol consumption in pregnant women with substance abuse: A secondary data analysis |
|Public Child Welfare Workers' Safety Experiences: Predictors and Impact on Job Withdrawal Using Mixed-Methods Approaches |
|A qualitative study of parenting by incest survivors |
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