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Mentoring At‐Risk Youth in Schools: Can Small Doses Make a Big Change?
The impact of length of the match and age of the child was evaluated in a site‐based mentoring program. At‐risk children ranging in age from 7 to 12 were matched with an adult mentor and metExpand
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The Discounting Principle and Attitudes Toward Victims of HIV Infection1
Reactions to victims of HIV infection often encompass not only the stigma of disease, but also the stigma of membership in a high-risk group and the stigma of being held responsible for one's ownExpand
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Treatment Outcomes and Perceived Benefits: A Qualitative and Quantitative Assessment of a Women's Substance Abuse Treatment Program
This study examines outcomes of a women's substance abuse treatment program based on empowerment, choice, and client/therapist collaboration. The program was assessed through qualitative andExpand
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Challenge vs. Threat: the Effect of Appraisal Type on Resource Depletion
Stress appraisals including challenge and threat have been consistently studied since the publication of Lazarus and Folkman’s (1984) influential stress model, as have cognitive and emotionalExpand
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"The Plot against Narration: Disavowal in The Spoils of Poynton"
This article challenges the use of homology as an interpretive key to relations between plot, narration, and style. McBride offers an alternative method–interlevel reading–that analyzes the potentialExpand
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