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Journal of Behavioral Medicine 6/2022
Journal of Behavioral Medicine

Uitgave 6/2022


Inhoudsopgave (16 Artikelen)


Social–contextual factors interact with masculinity to influence college men’s HPV vaccination intentions: The role of descriptive norms, prototypes, and physician gender
Laurel M. Peterson, Jennifer A. Orr, Sasha D. Rogelberg, Nils Olsen

Open Access 08-09-2022

Preparing patients according to their individual coping style improves patient experience of magnetic resonance imaging
Janika E. M. Madl, Sarah C. Sturmbauer, Rolf Janka, Susanne Bay, Nicolas Rohleder


Racial/ethnic variations in inflammatory markers: exploring the role of sleep duration and sleep efficiency
Heather R. Farmer, Danica C. Slavish, John Ruiz, Jessica R. Dietch, Camilo J. Ruggero, Brett A. Messman, Kimberly Kelly, Marian Kohut, Daniel J. Taylor


Coping self-efficacy, perceived helpfulness of coping, and distress: a longitudinal investigation of breast and gynecologic cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy
Aliza A. Panjwani, Matthew W. Southward, Kendall Fugate-Laus, Kristen M. Carpenter


Associations of somatic depressive symptoms with body mass index, systemic inflammation, and insulin resistance in primary care patients with depression
Aubrey L. Shell, Michelle K. Williams, Jay S. Patel, Elizabeth A. Vrany, Robert V. Considine, Anthony J. Acton, Jesse C. Stewart


Examining negative affect, sleep duration, and using food to cope as predictors of weight in midlife women
Dana R. Riedy, Ashley R. MacPherson, Sahar Sabet, Natalie D. Dautovich


The influence of emotion regulation and family involvement on diabetes distress among adults with type 2 diabetes
Patric J. Leukel, Sophie R. Kollin, Bianca R. Lewis, Aaron A. Lee


Relative reinforcement from physical activity in real-world environments: a novel application of behavioral economics
Ricarda K. Foxx, Danielle E. Jake-Schoffman, Anne E. Mathews, JeeWon Cheong, Ali M. Yurasek


A theoretical model of college students’ sleep quality and health-related quality of life
Yahya Ahmed Alamir, Keith J. Zullig, Alfgeir L. Kristjansson, Sijin Wen, Ranjita Misra, Hawley Montgomery-Downs


Patient-caregiver dyads in pancreatic cancer: identification of patient and caregiver factors associated with caregiver well-being
Brent T. Xia, Amy K. Otto, Kelvin Allenson, Maria Kocab, Wenyi Fan, Qianxing Mo, Jason W. Denbo, Mokenge P. Malafa, Jennifer B. Permuth, Dae Won Kim, Jason B. Fleming, Maija Reblin, Pamela J. Hodul


Anxiety sensitivity and Pain Experience: a prospective investigation among World Trade Center Responders
Andrew H. Rogers, Michael J. Zvolensky, Anka A. Vujanovic, Camilo J. Ruggero, Joshua Oltmanns, Monika A. Waszczuk, Benjamin J. Luft, Roman Kotov


Fatalistic cancer beliefs and self-reported cancer screening behaviors among diverse urban residents
Laura C. Pinheiro, Orysya Soroka, Dominic T. Razon, Francesse Antoine, Julia Rothman, Margaux J. Kanis, Uqba Khan, Rulla M. Tamimi, David Nanus, Erica Phillips


The influence of routine and leisure family activities on the ability of young Asian Americans to maintain a healthy lifestyle: findings from a nationwide survey
Shahmir H. Ali, Rejowana Rouf, Farhan M. Mohsin, Gabriella Meltzer, Priyanshi Sharma, Ralph J. DiClemente

02-08-2022 | Brief Report

Correlates of HIV Testing across the lifespan – adolescence through later adulthood – among sexual minority men in the US who are not on PrEP
Trey V. Dellucci, S. Scott Jones, Christel Adhemar, Sarah W. Feldstein Ewing, Travis I. Lovejoy, Tyrel J. Starks

10-11-2022 | Letter to Editor

Crossing lines does not equal intersectionality
Elle Lett

12-11-2022 | Letter to Editor

Intersectionality does not equal intersectional stigma: reply to Lett (2022)
Seth C. Kalichman

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