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Browsing Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology by Subject "Mental Health"

Browsing Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology by Subject "Mental Health"

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  • Rizk, Christina Marie (2017-05)
    The occurrence of borderline personality disorder (BPD) among those with erotomania is currently unknown. However, there are similarities between the symptoms of these two disorders that may increase comorbidity between ...
  • Garcia, Adriana Mabel (2017-05)
    Burnout has been found to be a widespread occurrence throughout all workplace environments. Although research regarding burnout does exist, there is limited research focusing on direct patient-care staff working with ...
  • Akwaboah, Paula N. (2017-05)
    Law enforcement is widely known as one of the most demanding and unpredictable occupations, and one where extensive job stress and burnout put law enforcement officers’ mental and physical health at further risk. This study ...
  • Butler, Stephanie (2017-05)
    Due to the nature of military culture and combat exposure homeless veterans experience a unique set of obstacles when reintegrating into society. A historical analysis was used, to test the theory that Iraq and Afghanistan ...
  • Hawkins Maras, Robin A. (2017-05)
    Death qualified jurors, selected to serve on capital trials, hold an unparalleled role in the criminal justice system. Despite data suggesting that serving as a death qualified juror may be extremely stressful, studies ...

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