College of Behavioral & Social Sciences: Recent submissions

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    • Harm reduction behaviors are associated with carrying naloxone among patients on methadone treatment 

      Kozak, Zofia; Ciccarone, Daniel; Thrul, Johannes; Cole, Thomas O.; Pappas, Alexander L.; Greenblatt, Aaron D.; Welsh, Christopher; Yoon, Mark; Gann, Donald Jr.; Artigiani, E. Erin; Wish, Eric D.; Belcher, Annabelle M. (Springer Nature, 2023-02-14)
      Despite the widespread availability of naloxone, US opioid overdose rates continue to rise. The “Cascade of Care” (CoC) is a public health approach that identifies steps in achieving specific outcomes and has been used to ...
    • Understanding work-related travel and its relation to malaria occurrence in Thailand using geospatial maximum entropy modelling 

      Memarsadeghi, Natalie; Stewart, Kathleen; Li, Yao; Sornsakrin, Siriporn; Uthaimongkol, Nichaphat; Kuntawunginn, Worachet; Pidtana, Kingkan; Raseebut, Chatree; Wojnarski, Mariusz; Jongsakul, Krisada; Jearakul, Danai; Waters, Norman; Spring, Michele; Takala-Harrison, Shannon (Springer Nature, 2023-02-13)
      Estimating malaria risk associated with work locations and travel across a region provides local health officials with information useful to mitigate possible transmission paths of malaria as well as understand the risk ...
    • Report on the Organizational Climates of Congress 

      Hanges, Paul J; Lee, Frances; Miler, Kristina; Wessel, Jennifer (2019-10-24)
      The aim of this study is to gain a better understanding of Congress by attending to how the people who serve in the institution perceive Congress’ procedures, norms and expectations for their behavior. What are the “unwritten ...
    • Supportive Messages Perceived and Recevied in a Therapeutic Setting 

      Barr, Jeanine Rice (1994)
      This study examines how communication of social support influences the behavioral change process in a particular environment. Specifically, the research question is: How is social support related to commitment to recovery ...
    • Why We Follow Narcissistic Leaders 

      Gruda, Dritjon; Hanges, Paul J. (Harvard Business Review, 2023-01-30)
      A recent study aimed to understand narcissistic leaders and who is most likely to follow them. The results revealed a few patterns. If you are someone who is always looking out for others, empathizes with others, and ...