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Research Hotspot & Journal Scope - Perceived

Addictive Behaviors - DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2019.02.017
Perceived barriers to quitting cigarettes among hospitalized smokers with substance use disorders: A mixed methods study.

Hasmeena Kathuria · Ryan G Seibert · Vinson Cobb · Nicole Herbst · Zoe M Weinstein · Minda Gowarty · Reha Jhunjhunwala · Eric D Helm · Renda Soylemez Wiener ·

Addictive Behaviors - DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2018.08.026
Perceived partner responsiveness predicts smoking cessation in single-smoker couples.

Maggie Britton · Sana Haddad · Jaye L Derrick ·

Psychology Medicine
Addictive Behaviors - DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2019.04.004
Cross-cultural examination of college marijuana culture in five countries: Measurement invariance of the Perceived Importance of Marijuana to the College Experience Scale.

Matthew R Pearson · Adrian J Bravo · Melissa Sotelo ·

Psychology Medicine
Addictive Behaviors - DOI: 10.1016/j.addbeh.2019.106158
Perceived descriptive norms for alcohol use among tribal college students: Relation to self-reported alcohol use, consequences, and risk for alcohol use disorder.

Mary E Larimer · Myra Parker · Ty Lostutter · Isaac Rhew · Danielle Eakins · Alex Lynch · Theresa Walter · Leo Egashira · Billie Jo Kipp · Bonnie Duran ·

Psychology Medicine

Further, positive changes in perceived family support indirectly predict increases in university belonging.

Evaluating Psychosocial Mechanisms Underlying STEM Persistence in Undergraduates: Scalability and Longitudinal Analysis of Three Cohorts from a Six-Day Pre–College Engagement STEM Academy Program [10.1187/cbe.19-01-0028]

Participants in both groups perceived cost, weight, and convenience as the biggest advantages of an open textbook and perceived ease of reading, convenience, ability to highlight and take notes, ability to quickly find a topic, and ability to keep as a reference as the biggest advantages of a traditional textbook.

An Open versus Traditional Psychology Textbook: Student Performance, Perceptions, and Use [10.1177/1475725718810181]

Consistent with prior research, the current study used a between-subjects design to show (1) a baby robot could significantly improve people’s fertility attitude through temporal visual stimulation; (2) fertility attitude, subjective norms from peers, and perceived behavioral control of finance could significantly contribute to fertility intention.

Robot Helps When Robot Fits: Examining the Role of Baby Robots in Fertility Promotion [10.3390/healthcare7040147]

Three-way interaction (moderated moderation) analyses showed that the effects of perceived maternal and paternal rejection in childhood on negative symptoms were significantly moderated by the current self-reported psychological maladjustment for female patients with schizophrenia, but not for males.

Negative symptoms and recollections of parental rejection: The moderating roles of psychological maladjustment and gender [10.1016/j.psychres.2019.03.042]

ObjectivesThis study tested two putative mechanisms for the perceived parental knowledge‒delinquency relationship using a longitudinal cross-lagged research design.

Mothers and Fathers, Sons and Daughters: Parental Knowledge and Quality of the Parent‒Child Relationship as Predictors of Delinquency in Same- and Cross–Sex Parent‒Child Dyads [10.1007/S10826-019-01409-5]

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