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Publisher: Taylor and Francis Ltd

Volume 14, Number 2, March 2009

Social-cognitive theories for predicting physical activity behaviours of employed women with and without young children
pp. 129-142(14)
Authors: Tavares, Leonor; Plotnikoff, Ronald; Loucaides, Constantinos

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Patient preferences for dentists
pp. 143-149(7)
Authors: Furnham, Adrian; Swami, Viren

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The psychological sequelae of psoriasis: Results of a qualitative study
pp. 150-161(12)
Authors: Magin, Parker; Adams, Jon; Heading, Gaynor; Pond, Dimity; Smith, Wayne

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Marital relationship and its correlates in kidney recipients
pp. 162-169(8)
Authors: Einollahi, Behzad; Tavallaii, Seyed-Abbas; Bahaeloo-Horeh, Saeid; Omranifard, Victoria; Salehi-Rad, Shahram; Khoddami-Vishteh, Hamid Reza

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Perceived barriers to health care and health behaviours: Implications for Native American elders' self-rated health
pp. 190-200(11)
Authors: Ruthig, Joelle; Hanson, Bridget; Ludtke, Richard; McDonald, Leander

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The prevalence of the use of 'dry sex' traditional medicines, among Zambian women, and the profile of the users
pp. 227-238(12)
Authors: Mbikusita-Lewanika, Mbololwa; Stephen, Hart; Thomas, Jane

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Understanding the role of life events in weight loss and weight gain
pp. 239-249(11)
Authors: Ogden, Jane; Stavrinaki, Maria; Stubbs, James

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Cambridge handbook of psychology health and medicine
pp. 251-252(2)
Author: Phelps, Ceri

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Society and psychosis
pp. 252-253(2)
Author: Bartlett, Andrew

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Corrigendum
pp. 254-254(1)

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