Boyd W Pidcock

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This study investigated the role of temperament style (Novelty Seeking and Harm Avoidance) of Hispanic American and Anglo college women in moderating and mediating the relationship between family addiction/family functioning and offspring problem behaviors. The sample was comprised of 67 Hispanic American and 770 Anglo undergraduate women. Findings of this(More)
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the role of intrinsic and extrinsic religiousness in modifying family risk on disordered eating among women. We hypothesized that intrinsic religiousness would buffer the impact of family risk whereas extrinsic religiousness would increase the risk. In a survey of 876 college women between the ages of 18 and 29, the(More)
This study investigated familial and behavioral differences between Hispanic and Anglo-American first-year college students. Analyses of variance and chi-square analyses were used to test for ethnic differences in (a) risk factors associated with family dysfunction, family addictions, personality factors, and social experiences, (b) student problem(More)
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