Archive for October 2021
The relationship between social and academic outcomes and anxiety for children and adolescents on the autism spectrum: A systematic review
Death in the Peripheries: Planning for Minority Ethnic Groups beyond “the City”
Explicit and implicit theory of mind and social competence: A social information processing framework
Implementation of Postpartum Depression Screening for Women Participating in the WIC Program
The Voices of Black South African Men on Renal Dialysis at a Tertiary Hospital: A Phenomenological Inquiry
Using smartphone app use and lagged-ensemble machine learning for the prediction of work fatigue and boredom
The Development and Pilot of a Technology-Based Intervention in the United States for Father’s Mental Health in the Perinatal Period
Expatriate work role engagement and the work–family interface: A conditional crossover and spillover perspective
“Better be dead than grow older:” A qualitative study on subjective aging among older Koreans
Could Free Glutamic Acid in Processed Food be the Surprise Ingredient in Mood Disorders?
Non-iterative Conditional Pairwise Estimation for the Rating Scale Model
Sex Differences in Peritraumatic Inflammatory Cytokines and Steroid Hormones Contribute to Prospective Risk for Nonremitting Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
An experience sampling investigation of emotion and worry in people with generalized anxiety disorder
Health-related quality of life in developmental coordination disorder and typical developing children
The Effect of Triggered Palliative Medicine Consults on Nurse Moral Distress in the Medical Intensive Care Unit
Advice to policy-makers for improving services to the drug-death bereaved
A compositional explanatory theory of pedophilia
Perceived Support Profiles in the Workplace: A Longitudinal Perspective
Two‐year follow‐up of trauma‐focused cognitive behavior therapy for posttraumatic stress disorder in emergency service personnel: A randomized clinical trial
Food Insecurity Among Health Care Workers In The US
The emotional and mental health impact of the murder of George Floyd on the US population
‘Scrambling to figure out what to do: a mixed method analysis of COVID-19s impact on sexual and reproductive health and rights in the United States
Development and psychometric evaluation of the Sexual Minority Women’s Sexual Objectification Experiences Scale.
Assessment of mental health, religion and culture: the development and examination of psychometric measures (Part X)
Dropout from psychological interventions for refugees and asylum seekers: A meta-analysis.
Transgender disclosure decisions and workplace socio-cultural dynamics
Looking back to look forward: Avenues into the field of comparative psychology.
Sex Objects: How Self-Objectification Undermines Political Efficacy and Engagement
The Role of School Psychologists in the Implementation of Trauma-Informed Multi-Tiered Systems of Support in Schools
Evaluating the criterion validity of hierarchical psychopathology dimensions across models: Familial aggregation and associations with research domain criteria (sub)constructs.
What is the effectiveness of community-based health promotion campaigns on chlamydia screening uptake in young people and what barriers and facilitators have been identified? A mixed-methods systematic review
Social work in the face of emerging technologies: A technological acceptance study in 13 countries
Revisioning Residential Care Services for Children and Youth: FFPSA and the GCQSA
Holding Hope for Patients With Serious Illness
Black Youth Suicide: Investigation of Current Trends and Precipitating Circumstances
As Male and Female Drinking Patterns Become More Similar, Adverse Alcohol Risks for Women Become More Apparent
Social Group Work with Older Adults
The Next Welfare State? UK Welfare after COVID-19
A qualitative exploration of the role of NGOs in the recovery support for persons with substance use disorders in a low-income African setting
America’s Voucher Politics: How Elites Learned to Hide the State
Prevalence of New Psychoactive Substances Use
No rest for the weary: Prevalence, impact and nature of sleep problems among young people at risk of psychosis
The prevalence of mental disorders among homeless people in high-income countries: An updated systematic review and meta-regression analysis
Shame and Social Work: Theory, Reflexivity and Practice
Gender inequities in the online dissemination of scholars’ work
Report on the 5th Annual Child and Family Poverty Surveys (2021)
The Richer, The Poorer: How Britain Enriched the Few and Failed the Poor. A 200-Year History
Stewart Lansley reveals how Britain’s model of ‘extractive capitalism’ – with a small elite securing an excessive slice of the economic cake – has created a two-century-long ‘high-inequality, high-poverty’ cycle, one broken for only a brief period after the Second World War.