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Patients, like many of the 11.2% of Americans with chronic pain, can feel that providers do not take their health concerns seriously. The goals of this research are: 1. identify factors (e.g., race, gender, SES) that affect perceptions of how seriously the healthcare system takes the concerns of patients across a variety of conditions (e.g., fibromyalgia, lupus) and, 2. test how these perceptions affect patient health... more »
Measure the degree to which individuals who are lonely perceive their loneliness as beneficial: for instance, as an opportunity to develop themselves. Longitudinally, test whether these beliefs about the benefits of loneliness protect individuals from serious health consequences known to result from loneliness, such as increased vascular resistance, increased systolic blood pressure, increased HPA activity, altered immunity,... more »
There is insufficient knowledge about relationship-level factors in couples to adequately inform precision behavior change interventions. Existing interventions largely do not account for how the social environment contributes to lifestyle behaviors and that these behaviors are often done with others, or in response to our relationships (i.e., couples). The All of Us cohort presents a unique opportunity to survey cohort... more »
Questionnaire-based study comparing congenitally-anosmic mothers and offspring with matched controls measuring parental and child attachment, involvement, social, emotional and psychological adjustment, stress, etc