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What can the experiences of White antiracist activists teach psychologists about social justice training, practice, and advocacy? Not only have the perspectives of these individuals received little in the way of scholarly exploration, their activities are largely unknown to mainstream society. In...
There is an increased awareness of evidence-based methodology among psychologists, but little exists in the literature about how to access the research. Moreover, the prohibitive cost of this information and limited time are barriers to the identification of evidence to answer clinical questions....
This article provides a brief overview of the development of consumer and family advocacy activity during the past 40 years, mentioning the involvement of these groups in the treatment and research arenas and describing a dearth of such activities related to matters of diagnosis. In an attempt to...
Once medical treatment for gynecological cancer is completed, what happens to patients' sexuality and body image? Due to the delicate nature of the cancer site, treating this cancer typically affects sexual functioning and body image adversely, making it critical to identify the concerns of these...