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Masculinity and perceived normative health behaviors as predictors of men's health behaviors.
This study examined the unique contributions of masculinity and men's perceptions of the normativeness of men's and women's health behaviors in predicting men's self-reported health behaviors. One… Expand
Understanding How Masculine Gender Scripts May Contribute to Men's Adjustment Following Treatment for Prostate Cancer
Prostate cancer is the most prevalent solid tumor malignancy and second-leading cause of death from cancer for American men. As a consequence of treatment-related side effects, men living with… Expand
Suicide and Dominant Masculinity Norms Among Current and Former United States Military Servicemen
Recent statistics suggest current and former United States military personnel are at a greater risk for suicide than ever before. Indeed, approximately 300 active-duty servicemen died by suicide in… Expand
Sexual Functioning as a Moderator of the Relationship Between Masculinity and Men's Adjustment Following Treatment for Prostate Cancer
Men's enactment of traditional masculine norms may contribute to their adjustment to changes in sexual functioning following treatment for prostate cancer. In the present investigation, the authors… Expand
Treatment type and emotional control as predictors of men's self-assessed physical well-being following treatment for prostate cancer.
Predicting health behaviors in young men that put them at risk for heart disease.
There were 161 young adult men who completed measures assessing their health beliefs, masculinity, perceptions of the normativeness of health behaviors in other men, and heart healthy behaviors… Expand
Physical Health, Self-Reliance, and Emotional Control as Moderators of the Relationship between Locus of Control and Mental Health among Men Treated for Prostate Cancer
This investigation examined the moderating effects of physical health and scripts for masculinity (i.e., self-reliance and emotional control) on the relationship between powerful other people locus… Expand
Predictors of employment and disability among people living with HIV/AIDS.
Psychosocial predictors of employment status among men living with spinal cord injury.
- S. Burns, Briana L. Boyd, Justin Hill, S. Hough
- Medicine, Psychology
- Rehabilitation psychology
- 1 February 2010
OBJECTIVE To explore the relationship between employment status and community access, perceived community discrimination, social support from significant others, depressive symptoms, and… Expand
Men’s Adjustment to Spinal Cord Injury: The Unique Contributions of Conformity to Masculine Gender Norms
- S. Burns, S. Hough, Briana L. Boyd, Justin Hill
- Psychology, Medicine
- American journal of men's health
- 1 June 2010
Men constitute 82% of the approximately 250,000 people in the United States living with a spinal cord injury. Unfortunately, however, little is known about the impact of men’s adherence to gender… Expand