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The present study examined the usefulness of personal variables: noise annoyance, and components of the protection motivation theory (R. W. Rogers, 1983) along with social-organizational factors in… (More)
This study investigated the importance of personal determinants such as self-efficacy, beliefs about the contribution of exercise, health locus of control, and dispositional optimism for leisure-time… (More)
In this paper the culture-sensitive psychotherapy of a 19-year-old Druze patient with severe anxiety reaction is described. The patient explained his anxiety and his symptoms as stemming from violent… (More)
OBJECTIVES This study tested the hypotheses that, in high noise levels [> or = 85 dB(A)], hearing protection devices are used largely by workers sensitive to noise, as reflected by reports of noise… (More)
This paper discusses the relevance of a storytelling approach for understanding psychological problems in family practice and assesses the value of such an approach.
This study empirically evaluated the impact of a Balint group for primary care nurses on awareness of mental health and psychosocial issues and professional psychosocial efficacy. Thirteen female… (More)
A case of true conversive hallucinations in a 19-year-old female soldier is described. This phenomenon is rare and should be distinguished from psychotic or dissociative states.
This paper describes the personal determinants in health promoting behavior, and, in particular, life style changes. A review is made of internal factors, including personality factors, health… (More)
An innovative course for teaching communication and interpersonal relationships was delivered to 29 environmental and occupational health professionals. This course aimed to highlight interpersonal… (More)