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Mothers’ and Fathers’ Perspectives of Coparenting Behaviors in Intact Families: The Exploration of the Brief Measure of Coparenting Relationship Scale Factor Structure
The present study’s purpose was to examine the psychometric characteristics of the Brief Measure of Coparenting Relationship Scale in dual-parent families. The study aimed to provide further insight into how coparenting ...
A network analysis of two conceptual approaches to the etiology of PTSD
Two prominent conceptual models of PTSD are the cognitive model, used in the development of cognitive processing therapy (CPT; Resick & Schnicke, 1992), and the functional contextualist model, underlying acceptance and ...
Maternal Immune Activation Alters Behavior of Adult Offspring: Sex-Dependent Impairment and Attenuation by Glycan
The developing fetus is exceptionally sensitive to insult. Perturbation during this critical period of development can have lasting effects throughout offspring lifespan. Viral infection and obesity are insults that ...
Job Choice Under Uncertainty: The Mediating Roles of Prospective Job and Organization Fit
Better fitting work environments lead to elevated performance, greater organizational commitment, and higher levels of job satisfaction. As evidence of these and other desirable workplace outcomes, applicants and organizations ...
Low-dose clozapine but not haloperidol attenuates ketamine-induced deficits under an incremental repeated acquisition procedure
Ketamine, like other N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor antagonists, causes both locomotor and cognitive dysfunction, decrements that may be mediated by distinct neurotransmitter systems. The present study was designed ...