Possible Gender Differences in the Relationships of Self-efficacy and the Internal Locus of Control With Compliance in Hemodialysis Patients

@article{Takaki2006PossibleGD,
  title={Possible Gender Differences in the Relationships of Self-efficacy and the Internal Locus of Control With Compliance in Hemodialysis Patients},
  author={Jiro Takaki and Eiji Yano},
  journal={Behavioral Medicine},
  year={2006},
  volume={32},
  pages={11 - 5}
}
In this study, the authors assessed gender differences between the relationships of self-efficacy and the internal health locus of control with compliance in hemodialysis patients. Using a self-efficacy scale for health-related behavior and the Japanese version of the Health Locus of Control Scale, the authors studied individuals who had been regularly undergoing hemodialysis for longer than 1 year. Blood urea nitrogen, serum potassium, and interdialytic weight gain were used to measure… 
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