Sebastian S. Fuller

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The effects of cognitive and behavioral control on coping with an aversive health examination were tested in a 2 x 2 factorial design. Cognitive control was represented by sensory or health-education information; instruction or no instruction in abdominal relaxation constituted the levels of behavioral control. The study was conducted in the natural setting(More)
Queen Mary University of London, UK (where the research took place) Centre for Sexual Health and HIV Research, University College London, London, UK Blizard Institute of Cell and Molecular Science, Queen Mary, University of London, London, UK Division of Primary Care and Public Health, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, Brighton, UK Faculty of Population(More)
In a study of 50 residents in a home for the aged, the relationships of health at relocation, choice in relocation, income, perceived choice within an institutional environment, and social interaction to four indices of morale were examined in hierarchical multiple regression designs. The theoretical concept of decisional control (i.e., perceived choice)(More)
A study to determine the characteristics of posthospitalization recovery after hysterectomy was designed and implemented. Explicit consideration was given to women's feelings of sexuality and the fears and myths which precede and follow the surgery. Retrospective and current self-report data on four major areas were obtained: a) physical changes, b)(More)
The effects of life events, emotional support, interaction of life events and emotional support, and age on indices of physical and psychological health were examined within a hierarchical multiple-regression design. Fifty older people who were randomly selected from among the residents of a high-rise apartment building provided retrospective data on their(More)
How does complexity in gender and sexual identity construction and partnering practices generate unique vulnerabilities for queer-identified youth? We present two case studies from an ongoing ethnographic study of LGBTQ youth development: "Samantha," a queer-identified woman partnered with a transgender man, and "Reid," a queer-identified transgender man(More)
BACKGROUND Control of sexually transmitted infections (STI) is a global public health priority. Despite the UK's free, confidential sexual health clinical services, those at greatest risk of STIs, including young people, report barriers to use. These include: embarrassment regarding face-to-face consultations; the time-commitment needed to attend clinic;(More)