Browsing publications by PSC-affiliated researchers: 13 to 24 of 465 since 2013
Hayward, D., and Neal Krause. 2015. "Humility, compassion, and gratitude to God: Assessing the relationships among key religious virtues." Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 7(3): 192-204. DOI. Abstract.
Kruger, Daniel J., M. Fisher, C. De Backer, I. Kardum, M. Tetaz, and S. Tifferet. 2015. "Human life history dimensions in reproductive strategies are intuitive across cultures." Human Ethology Bulletin, 30(1): 109-120. Abstract.
Kruger-Ndiaye, Jessica, Daniel J. Kruger, and Rie Suzuki. 2015. "Assessing the Effectiveness of Experiential Learning in a Student-Run Free Clinic." Pedagogy in Health Promotion, 1(2): 91-94. DOI. Abstract.
Valdez, Rupa S., Richard J. Holden, Laurie L. Novak, and Tiffany C.E. Veinot. Online Access 2015. "Technical infrastructure implications of the patient work framework." Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, . DOI.
Valdez, Rupa S., Richard J. Holden, Laurie L. Novak, and Tiffany C.E. Veinot. 2015. "Transforming consumer health informatics through a patient work framework: connecting patients to context." Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 22(1): 2-10. PMCID: PMC4433363. DOI. Abstract.
Wolf, Christine T., and Tiffany C.E. Veinot. 2015. "Struggling for space and finding my place: An interactionist perspective on everyday use of biomedical information." Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 66(2): 282-296. DOI. Abstract.
Senteio, Charles, and Tiffany C.E. Veinot. 2015. "Trying to Make Things Right: Adherence Work in High-Poverty, African American Neighborhoods." Qualitative Health Research, 24(12): 1745-1756. DOI. Abstract.
Fakih, S., P. Batra, Heather Gatny, Yasamin Kusunoki, Jennifer S. Barber, and K. Farris. 2015. "Young women's perceptions and experiences with contraception supply in community pharmacies." Journal of the American Pharmacists Association, 55(3): 255-264. DOI. Abstract.
Hirth, R., T. Gibson, Helen Levy, Jeffrey A. Smith, S. Calónico, and A. Das. 2015. "New Evidence on the Persistence of Health Spending." Medical Care Research and Review, 72(3): 277-297. PMCID: PMC4451953. DOI. Abstract.