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Gender and Leadership Style: A Meta-Analysis
Research comparing the leadership styles of women and men is reviewed, and evidence is found for both the presence and the absence of differences between the sexes. In contrast to the
Initial Severity and Antidepressant Benefits: A Meta-Analysis of Data Submitted to the Food and Drug Administration
Drug–placebo differences in antidepressant efficacy increase as a function of baseline severity, but are relatively small even for severely depressed patients.
Effects of involvement on persuasion: a meta-analysis
Defines involvement as a motivational state induced by an association between an activated attitude and the self-concept. Integration of the available research su~ests that the effects of involvement
Attitudes Toward Younger and Older Adults: An Updated Meta‐Analytic Review
This meta-analytic review of 232 effect sizes showed that, across five categories, attitudes were more negative toward older than younger adults. Perceived age differences were largest for age
Are black-white differences in females' body dissatisfaction decreasing? A meta-analytic review.
The authors examined temporal trends in Black-White differences and also examined whether these differences generalize across various age groups and measures, finding more favorable body image evaluations among Black than White females.
Exercise for Hypertension: A Prescription Update Integrating Existing Recommendations with Emerging Research
The purposes of this review are to overview the professional exercise recommendations for hypertension in terms of the FITT principle of Ex Rx, and present an updated FITT Ex Rx for adults with hypertension that integrates the existing recommendations with this new and emerging research.
The HIV-Knowledge Questionnaire: Development and Evaluation of a Reliable, Valid, and Practical Self-Administered Questionnaire
We have developed and evaluated a self-administered questionnaire of knowledge about human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection for use in program evaluation. Formative work led to the development
Efficacy of Exercise Interventions in Modulating Cancer-Related Fatigue among Adult Cancer Survivors: A Meta-Analysis
The results indicate exercise interventions for adult cancer survivors should be multi-dimensional and individualized according to health outcome and cancer type.