Lewis, Todd

UNCG

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College student alcohol use and abuse: social norms, health beliefs, and selected socio-demographic variables as explanatory factors 2012 15058 A possible theoretical construct to lend additional explanation for problematic drinking is the Health Belief Model (Rosenstock, 1966). Thus, the purpose of this study is to explore the relationships among social norms, health beliefs, and problemati...
Perceived norms, alcohol outcome expectancies, and collegiate drinking: examining the mediating role of drinking motives 2013 2027 Hazardous drinking among university students remains a significant public health crisis on college campuses. According to the Core Institute (2012), nearly 44% of college students reported heavy episodic drinking during the previous two weeks. Alcoho...
The relationships between mindfulness, diabetes-related distress, selected demographic variables, and self-management in adults with Type 2 diabetes 2014 3043 Type 2 diabetes is a disease of worldwide scope and epidemic proportion. Two hundred and eighty-five million individuals have been diagnosed worldwide--a number expected to rise to 330 million by 2025 (Unwin, Whiting, & Roglic, 2010) and to 366 milli...
A predictive model of coach-athlete attachment and emotion regulation on student-athlete aggression, alcohol use, and psychological distress 2015 1284 Described as an “at-risk” population, student-athletes are predisposed to mental health distress due to the various demands associated with their athletic status (Pinkerton, Hinz, & Barrow, 1987; Ferrante & Etzel, 2009). The National Athletic Trainin...
Ready or not: a qualitative investigation of the experiences of entry-level professional counselors working in community mental health settings and potential impacts to wellness 2015 1173 It is well known that professional counselors may experience physical and emotional symptoms that may ultimately affect their quality of work (Figley, 1995; Figley, 2002; Maslach, 2003). Furthermore, deficits in wellness of counselors can have signif...