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Barriers to Women's Participation: Experiences of Volunteers and Community Healthcare Authorities
Along with health development in general terms, women's involvement in health programs can be effective in raising their self-confidence and their health promotion. This study was carried out to unveil the barriers to and ...
A socio-cognitive inquiry of excessive mobile phone use
Objectives: The study examined the predictive ability of selected demographic and socio-psychological characteristics in explaining excessive mobile phone use (EMPU) behavior and problematic use in a sample of university ...
Substance abuse in relation to religiosity and familial support in Iranian college students
Background and objectives: Drug abuse and alcohol use in young adults are a major public health problem. The aims of present study were to determine the prevalence of alcohol use and substance abuse and related factors in ...