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The long-term effects of a first-year medical school course in disease prevention focusing on cancer were studied. The authors hypothesized that students' increased knowledge of disease prevention principles would result in more positive attitudes toward aggressive treatment and prevention of cancer and a more frequent use of disease prevention techniques(More)
  • Shannon B. Wanlessa, Megan M. McClellandb, +8 authors Miyoung Sungj
  • 2015
The current study investigates gender differences in behavioral regulation in four societies: the United States, Taiwan, South Korea, and China. Directly assessed individual behavioral regulation (Head–Toes–Knees–Shoulders, HTKS), teacher-rated classroom behavioral regulation (Child Behavior Rating Scale, CBRS) and a battery of school readiness assessments(More)
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