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  • Author(s):
    Thomas V. Merluzzi
    Abstract:

    This document contains all of the search strategies used in Merluzzi, Pustejovsky, Philip, Sohl, Berendsen, & Salsman. Meta-analysis of self-efficacy RCTs with cancer patients. Psycho-Oncology, 2019 The search was conducted by Mark Berendsen (Northwestern University Medical Library).

    Date Created:
    2019-07-09
    Resource Type
    Document
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    Author(s):
    Thomas V. Merluzzi
    Abstract:

    Supplemental Material for Merluzzi, Pustejovsky, Philip, Sohl, Berendsen, & Salsman. Meta-analysis of self-efficacy RCTs with cancer patients. Psycho-Oncology, 2019

    Date Created:
    2019-06-24
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Author(s):
    Kimberly Rollings, Nancy Wells
    Abstract:

    Strategies to reduce childhood obesity and improve nutrition include creating school food environments that promote healthy eating. Despite well-documented health benefits of fruit and vegetable (FV) consumption, many U.S. school-aged children, especially low-income youth, fail to meet national dietary guidelines for FV intake. The Cafeteria Assessment for Elementary Schools (CAFES) was developed to quantify physical attributes of elementary school cafeteria environments associated with stude…

  • Author(s):
    Kimberly Rollings, Gary Evans
    Abstract:

    Chronic crowding within housing adversely affects psychological well-being, yet little is known about how design attributes contribute to these effects, especially among children. This cross-sectional study first examined associations between residential interior density and children’s (M = 9 years of age) perceived bedroom and home crowding. Second, analyses investigated whether interior design attributes (residential floor plan arrangement measured by space syntax [depth and permeability]; …

    Date Published:
    2019
  • Editor(s):
    Erika Doss, Cheryl K. Snay
    Subject(s):
    Monuments -- political aspects, Art history -- 20th century, Sculpture -- United States, Political History, Cemetery -- Paris, France, Public Memorials, Social Movements, Public Murals
    Abstract:

    This publication records selected papers presented at the 2018 Midwest Art History Society Annual Conference held in Indianapolis. The essays in this e-volume contribute to contemporary conversations about public monuments, broadly defined as commemorative objects, images, and spaces, and the responses to them, including the calls to remove, relocate, or destroy them. Contributors consider these “monumental troubles” from multiple historical, geographic and theoretical perspectives,…

    Date Published:
    2018
    Date Created:
    2018-12-12
    Resource Type
    Book
  • Author(s):
    Angela Chesler
    Abstract:

    As climate changes, coastal homeowners are potentially crucial actors in reducing the risks to property and human life from rising seas and increased hurricane activity. Absent strict, enforceable regulations mandating retrofitting of existing homes or major changes in homeowner insurance requirements, coastal resilience in a changing climate will largely reflect private, voluntary decisions of millions of individuals. However, research is scarce on the current risk level of U.S. coastal home…

    Date Created:
    2018-08-15
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Author(s):
    Angela Chesler
    Abstract:

    As climate changes, coastal homeowners are potentially crucial actors in reducing the risks to property and human life from rising seas and increased hurricane activity. Absent strict, enforceable regulations mandating retrofitting of existing homes or major changes in homeowner insurance requirements, coastal resilience in a changing climate will largely reflect private, voluntary decisions of millions of individuals. However, research is scarce on the current risk level of U.S. coastal home…

    Date Created:
    2018-08-15
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Author(s):
    Thomas V. Merluzzi
    Abstract:

    Mastery Enhancement Therapy Improves Self-Efficacy, Depression, and Adjustment for Cancer Patients

    Raymond C. Nairn Thomas V. Merluzzi

    University of Notre Dame

    Mastery Enhancement Therapy (MET), which was developed by the authors, integrates solution focused therapy (Lindforss & Magnusson, 1997), self-regulation theory (Carver & Scheier, 1998), and self-efficacy theory (Bandura, 1997). We hypothesized that cancer patients who received MET would improve self-efficacy for coping wi…

    Date Created:
    2018-08-13
    Resource Type
    Presentation
  • Author(s):
    Thomas V. Merluzzi
    Abstract:

    Abstract This study investigated the effectiveness of a treatment, based on self-regulation theory, to enhance the coping self-efficacy of persons with cancer. The intervention, which is called Mastery Enhancement Therapy (MET), is based on Solution Focused Therapy. MET focuses on mastery experiences to improve the participants’ self-efficacy for coping. The participants, who volunteered for the study, were selected based their less-than-average coping self-efficacy scores and were randomly a…

    Date Created:
    2018-08-10
    Resource Type
    Report
  • Author(s):
    Tracy Kijewski-Correa, Debra Javeline
    Abstract:

    As climate changes, coastal homeowners are potentially crucial actors in reducing the risks to property and human life from rising seas and increased hurricane activity. Absent strict, enforceable regulations mandating retrofitting of existing homes or major changes in homeowner insurance requirements, coastal resilience in a changing climate will largely reflect private, voluntary decisions of millions of individuals. However, research is scarce on the current risk level of U.S. coastal home…

    Date Created:
    2018-05-22
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Author(s):
    Debra Javeline, Tracy Kijewski-Correa
    Abstract:

    As climate changes, coastal homeowners are potentially crucial actors in reducing the risks to property and human life from rising seas and increased hurricane activity. Absent strict, enforceable regulations mandating retrofitting of existing homes or major changes in homeowner insurance requirements, coastal resilience in a changing climate will largely reflect private, voluntary decisions of millions of individuals. However, research is scarce on the current risk level of U.S. coastal home…

    Date Created:
    2017-06-13
    Resource Type
    Document
  • Author(s):
    Thomas S. Fern
    Abstract:

    It is my view that a bookplate should reflect the donor’s interests and accomplishments as well as the symbols of the library where the collection is housed. The accomplishments and reputation of Marston Morse are so great that my first task, after studying hls life and career, was to somehow narrow my choices from dozens of significant milestones to a meaningful and manageable few.

    Date Created:
    1979-03-12
    Resource Type
    Document