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Stereotypes among psychology graduate students toward peers who are pregnant/mothers
Although a limited amount of research exists, negative stereotypes about women, and particularly about those who are pregnant and/or are mothers, have been documented in occupational and academic settings. The purpose of ...
Families who unilaterally discontinue narrative therapy: Their story, a qualitative study
The research objective of this study was to understand the therapeutic and termination processes of clients who unilaterally terminate narrative family therapy from the client's perspective. An additional objective was to ...
The experience of parenting school-aged triplets and higher-order multiples from the perspective of heterosexual, married mothers: A qualitative study
In the past thirty years, the incidence of multiple births has risen dramatically. Although some research has been conducted on parenting twins, little research exists that examines parenting triplets and higher-order ...
Hispanic immigrant students
For the past two hundred years, millions of people from different countries have immigrated to the United States seeking freedom, peace, prosperity, financial stability, and/or to enhance their education. In 2006, it was ...