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Objectification Theory and Psychology of Women: A Decade of Advances and Future Directions
Fredrickson and Roberts (1997) proposed objectification theory as an integrative framework for understanding how women's socialization and experiences of sexual objectification are translated intoExpand
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Content Analysis of Literature About LGB People of Color: 1998-2007
This study provides a content analysis of the past decade (1998-2007) of psychological scholarship about lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) people of color. Findings revealed that literature about LGBExpand
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LGB of Color and White Individuals’ Perceptions of Heterosexist Stigma, Internalized Homophobia, and Outness: Comparisons of Levels and Links
Conceptual discussions about LGB people of color suggest that, compared with White LGB individuals, LGB people of color may be exposed to greater levels of heterosexist stigma and its deleteriousExpand
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The relation of acculturation, problem-solving appraisal, and career decision-making self-efficacy to Mexican American high school students' educational goals.
This study examined the contributions of acculturation, problem-solving appraisal, and career decisionmaking self-efficacy on 105 Mexican American high school students’ educational goals. A standardExpand
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Centralizing the Experiences of LGB People of Color in Counseling Psychology 1Ψ7
This article introduces the Major Contribution on centralizing the experiences of lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) people of color in counseling psychology. The roles of LGB people of color in LGBExpand
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Preceptors' Experiences Training New Graduate Nurses: A Hermeneutic Phenomenological Approach
Background: Preceptors are a key to retaining new graduate nurses in a hospital setting. Thus, it is important to understand new staff teaching experiences from their own perspectives. PreceptorExpand
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Being concerned: caregiving for Taiwanese mothers of a child with cerebral palsy.
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES This article explores the Chinese social context and provides insight into Taiwanese mothers' challenging experiences when a disabled child is born into their families. Expand
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Bioactive compounds and antioxidative activity of colored rice bran.
  • Y. Huang, H. Lai
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of food and drug analysis
  • 1 July 2016
The profiles of bioactive compounds (including phenolics and flavonoids in free and bound fractions, anthocyanins, proanthocyanidins, vitamin E, and γ-oryzanol) of outer and inner rice bran from sixExpand
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Cephalometric studies on the upper airway space in normal Chinese.
A detailed cephalometric analysis of the soft and hard tissues of the upper airway was conducted with lateral cephalographs from 116 normal Chinese, aged between 18 and 25 years. Normal values andExpand
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Cerebral palsy: experiences of mothers after learning their child's diagnosis.
AIM This study is a report of a study describing mothers' experience of learning that their child has been diagnosed with cerebral palsy. BACKGROUND Learning a child's diagnosis of disability is aExpand
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