Nicole Anne D'souza

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Although breastfeeding is beneficial to the health of babies born into poverty, rates have remained consistently low among this group. This paper presents findings from a study conducted with poor French Canadian women, who were exposed to breastfeeding promotion. Analysis of 31 qualitative interviews suggests that the 'good mother' imperative in context of(More)
Building on well-established findings of age-related decline in associative memory, we examined whether the magnitude of age differences depends on the types of associations that are formed. Specifically, because of predominant age-related changes in the hippocampus, we expected to find larger age differences in recognition of between-domain than(More)
Global Mental Health's (GMH) proposition to "scale up" evidence-based mental health care worldwide has sparked a heated debate among transcultural psychiatrists, anthropologists, and GMH proponents; a debate characterized by the polarization of "global" and "local" approaches to the treatment of mental health problems. This article highlights the(More)
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