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A Reliability Generalization Study of the Teacher Efficacy Scale and Related Instruments
Teacher efficacy has proven to be an important variable in teacher effectiveness. It is consistently related to positive teaching behaviors and student outcomes. However, the measurement of this…
Behavioral Reasons for Relinquishment of Dogs and Cats to 12 Shelters
The Regional Shelter Relinquishment Study sponsored by the National Council on Pet Population Study and Policy (NCPPSP) is a national research project designed to explore the characteristics of…
Satisfaction with Body Image and Peer Relationships for Males and Females in a College Environment
The purpose of this study was to examine body image and relationship satisfaction in male and female college students. A total of 101 males and 187 females, primarily Caucasian and middle class,…
An Examination of Changes in Oxytocin Levels in Men and Women Before and After Interaction With a Bonded Dog
Men and women may have different hormonal responses to interaction with their dogs, and it is unclear to what degree OT reactivity was affected by hormones, personality traits, or interpersonal relationships.
Engineering Students' Perceptions of Academic Activities and Support Services: Factors that Influence Their Academic Performance.
The present study, through the use of focus groups, identified the academic activities and support services perceived by engineering students as having a positive impact on their academic…
Latina breast cancer survivors' lived experiences: diagnosis, treatment, and beyond.
- L. Buki, D. Garcés, M. Hinestrosa, L. Kogan, I. Y. Carrillo, Bryana H. French
- Psychology, MedicineCultural diversity & ethnic minority psychology
- 1 April 2008
Results suggest that treatments tailored for each survivorship stage are more likely to be effective than generic interventions, and have the potential to lessen health disparities in utilization of psychosocial treatments by Latina breast cancer survivors.
Behavioral effects of auditory stimulation on kenneled dogs
Survey of attitudes toward and experiences with animal abuse encounters in a convenience sample of US veterinarians.
- L. Kogan, R. Schoenfeld-Tacher, P. Hellyer, M. Rishniw, R. Ruch-Gallie
- PsychologyJournal of the American Veterinary Medical…
- 6 March 2017
A need for state and national veterinary and humane-law enforcement organizations to increase communication and education efforts on recognition and reporting by veterinarians of animal abuse and the related laws is suggested.
Veterinary students and non-academic stressors.
Investigation of the levels and causes of stress among, and the frequency and type of coping strategies used by, fourth- and fifth-year students at Murdoch University in Western Australia found that academic stressors and perceived responsibilities attached to moving into practical or professional areas figured strongly and were associated with higher levels of stress in the students.
Public Perceptions of Service Dogs, Emotional Support Dogs, and Therapy Dogs
- R. Schoenfeld-Tacher, P. Hellyer, L. Cheung, L. Kogan
- PsychologyInternational Journal of Environmental Research…
- 1 June 2017
The perceptions of US adults who do not own any type of assistance animal are examined to examine the public’s understanding of the role played by each type of animals, as well as their perceptions regarding the legitimacy of their integration.