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HIV-protection through condom use: Testing the theory of planned behaviour in a community sample of heterosexual men in a high-income country
Gredig, Daniel; Nideroest, Sibylle; Parpan-Blaser, Anne
Effects of different measurement scales on the variability and predictive validity of the “two-component” model of the theory of planned behavior in the exercise domain
Courneya, Kerry S.; Conner, Mark; Rhodes, Ryan E.
Cannabis use, time perspective and risk perception: Evidence of a moderating effect†
Apostolidis, Themis; Fieulaine, Nicolas; Simonin, Laurent; Rolland, Geraldine
Predicting proximal health responses to reminders of death: The influence of coping style and health optimism
Arndt, Jamie; Routledge, Clay; Goldenberg, Jamie L.
Social support, coping, and depressive symptoms in cardiac illness among Hispanic and non-Hispanic White cardiac patients
Holahan, Carole K.; Moerkbak, Marie; Suzuki, Rie
Investigation of the coping antecedents to positive outcomes and distress in multiple sclerosis (MS)
Pakenham, Kenneth I.
Benefit finding and expressive writing in adults with lupus or rheumatoid arthritis
Danoff-Burg, Sharon; Agee, John D.; Romanoff, Norman R.; Kremer, Joel M.; Strosberg, James M.
Emotional disclosure in rheumatoid arthritis: Participants' views on mechanisms*
Byrne-Davis, L. M. T.; Wetherell, M. A.; Dieppe, P.; Weinman, J.; Byron, M.; Donovan, J.; Horne, R.; Brookes, S.; Vedhara, K.
Why do people use different forms of complementary medicine? Multivariate associations between treatment and illness beliefs and complementary medicine use
Bishop, Felicity L.; Yardley, Lucy; Lewith, George T.