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  • American Psychological Association, Roberta L Nutt, +61 authors Karen Wyche
  • 2007
D uring recent decades, women and girls of diverse ethnicities, social classes, sexual orientations, and life experiences have encountered dramatic and complex changes in education, health, work, reproductive and caregiving roles, and personal relationships. Although many of these changes have resulted in increased equality, opportunity, and quality of(More)
Three psychosocial factors that may influence wandering behavior have been previously identified: lifelong patterns of coping with stress, previous work roles, and a need to search for persons or places associated with security. Strategies for managing wandering behavior include environmental modifications, planned activities, physical exercise, and(More)
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