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Why does polygamy still persist when changing circumstances challenge the conventional wisdom that polygamy and numerous progeny provide social security in old age? To answer this question an in-depth questionnaire survey of 253 retired Zulu male migrants resident in rural areas examined the relationship between polygamy, economic security, and quality of… (More)
Background The role of peer teachers in interprofessional education has not been extensively studied. This study is designed to determine if peer-teacher-led problem-based seminars can influence medical and pharmacy students' perceptions of interprofessional education. Methods Undergraduate medical and pharmacy students participated in one-hour… (More)
This paper describes a seminar approach to postdivorce adjustment. Topical content areas covered in the 7-week seminars are discussed. The interaction of leader-guided problem solving and participant input is addressed along with a series of preliminary conclusions reached concerning the efficacy of this approach to treatment.
The successful application of contingency contracting with a delinquent and his family is presented. Contingency contracting with families of delinquents is reviewed and the advantages discussed. A multiple baseline experimental design was employed to evaluate the outcome of the intervention effort. No major adjustment problems were reported at 7 months… (More)