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TitleDateCreatorPublication TypeInstitution
The association of Vitamin D levels, blood pressure, inflammation and depression in persons ...2014Puglisi, Janis PanzenhagenStudentNursing, UNCG
Depression in college students with ADHD2014Bray, Allison C.StudentPsychology, UNCG
The effect of magic as a therapeutic recreation intervention on the self-esteem and depressi...2014Huycke, Suzanne M.StudentParks and Recreation Management, UNCG
The effects of spirituality on anxiety and depression among breast cancer patients: the mode...2009Banner, Amy TaisStudentCounseling and Educational Development, UNCG
Examining the psychosocial health of black sexual minority men2010Graham, Louis FranswaStudentPublic Health Education, UNCG
Friendship and risk for internalizing behavior: understanding the selection and socializatio...2012Moore, Jessica A.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Household income and depressive mood among single women in midlife : a nuanced approach acro...2005Craig, Debra LyndeStudentHuman Development and Family Studies, UNCG
The implications of reinforcement sensitivity theory for depression and anxiety 2006Hundt, Natalie E.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Life patterning of men with depression2012Kaufman, Millicent StudentNursing, UNCG
Maternal depression and parenting stress among families of children with AD/HD: child and fa...2009Schatz, Nicole K.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Reinforcement sensitivity, cognitive biases, stressful life events, and depression symptoms2011Hundt, Natalie E.StudentPsychology, UNCG
The relationship between goal characteristics and emotional well-being2014Hoet, Ariana C.StudentPsychology, UNCG
The relationship between maternal depression and child attention-deficit/hyperactivity disor...2012Schatz, Nicole K.StudentPsychology, UNCG
Risk and protective factors associated with depressive symptomatology in youth with AD/HD2009Smith, Taylor F.StudentPsychology, UNCG