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Outcomes of social care for adults: developing a preference-weighted measure.
OBJECTIVE The aim of this study was to develop a measure of social care outcome, an equivalent to the quality-adjusted life year (QALY) in health, which could be used in a range of circumstances. Expand
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The Climate for Women in Academic Science: The Good, the Bad, and the Changeable
Deficits theory posits that women scientists have not yet achieved parity with men scientists because of structural aspects of the scientific environment that provide them with fewer opportunitiesExpand
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Voice Matters: Buffering the Impact of a Negative Climate for Women in Science
The current study examined whether women scientists' perceptions of voice moderate the impact of poor workplace climates on job satisfaction and whether effective leadership and mentoring promoteExpand
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Mentoring the Next Generation of Faculty: Supporting Academic Career Aspirations Among Doctoral Students
We know little about the role of faculty mentoring in the development of interest in pursuing an academic career among doctoral students. Drawing on Social Cognitive Career Theory, this studyExpand
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Transforming Science and Engineering: Advancing Academic Women
This book depicts the many issues women faculty in science and engineering face, and gives solutions that can be widely accepted at academic institutions around the U.S. Drawing on the expertise ofExpand
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Missed opportunities: Psychological ramifications of counterfactual thought in midlife women
Counterfactual thinking entails the process of imagining alternatives to reality—what might have been. The present study examines the frequency, content, and emotional and cognitive concomitants ofExpand
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My Family Matters
One reason for women’s absence in science, technology, engineering, math, and medical science (STEMM) disciplines is the perceived incompatibility of having a family and a science career. However,Expand
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RECRUITING FEMALE FACULTY MEMBERS IN SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING: PRELIMINARY EVALUATION OF ONE INTERVENTION MODEL
The repres4ntation offemale faculty members in science and engineeringjeldr lags behind that oftheir countparts in the social scienues and humanities and aho faih to keep pace with the productionExpand
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THE GOOD , THE BAD , AND THE CHANGEABLE
Deficits theory posits that women scientists have not yet achieved parity with men scientists because of structural aspects of the scientific environment that provide them with fewer opportunitiesExpand
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