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This research examined the relationship between homeownership and the likelihood of marriage or divorce. Drawing on exchange theory and an economic understanding of marriage, the authors hypothesized that single homeowners are less likely to marry than single renters, whereas married homeowners...
The study examined how the unique circumstances of the birth of a premature baby affect first-time parents' personal growth in the first two years after the birth, as well as the trajectory of growth in this period and its associations with variables related to parentchild interaction (infant...
Incarcerated individuals, particularly women, experience high rates of mental health and substance use disorders, potentially placing them at an increased risk for homelessness. This study examined factors associated with anticipated postjail homelessness among men and women (N 725) incarcerated...
This study examined the prevalence of childhood sexual abuse (CSA), sex trading, and other HIV risks among a random sample of 356 men in heterosexual relationships who were enrolled in methadone treatment in New York City. Mediational analyses were performed to test a hypothesis that selected...
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