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Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community

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October 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27712558/self-assessed-health-status-and-neighborhood-context
#2
Scott Baum, Elizabeth Kendall, Sanjoti Parekh
In recent years, there has been growing interest in the relationship between the characteristics of neighborhoods and the health and well-being of residents. The focus on neighborhood as a health determinant is based on the hypothesis that residing in a disadvantaged neighborhood can negatively influence health outcomes beyond the effect of individual characteristics. In this article, we examine three possible ways of measuring neighborhood socio-economic status, and how they each impact on self-reported health status beyond the effect contributed by individual-level factors...
October 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27712557/poor-housing-quality-prevalence-and-health-effects
#3
Emma Baker, Laurence H Lester, Rebecca Bentley, Andrew Beer
Housing is a central component of productive, healthy, and meaningful lives, and a principle social determinant of health and well-being. Surprisingly, though, evidence on the ways that housing influences health in Australia is poorly developed. This stems largely from the fact that the majority of the population are accommodated in good quality housing. The dominance of a "good housing paradigm" means that households living in poor quality and unhealthy housing are doubly disadvantaged-by the quality of their housing and because policy makers in Australia do not acknowledge the health effects of housing...
October 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27712556/public-housing-renewal-and-social-determinants-of-health
#4
Kathy Arthurson, Iris Levin, Anna Ziersch
This article draws on the concept of residential context of housing and its relationship to health. It considers a bundle of changes through implementation of a housing renewal initiative as part of the Carlton Housing Estate Upgrading Project in Melbourne, Australia. Beyond the quality and appropriateness of the housing, pertinent factors explored include social networks, safety and security, and green open space. Data collection for the research project included in-depth interviews with public housing tenants, private residents, and service providers who live on and service the estate, as well as neighborhood observations and participation in on-site events...
October 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27712555/the-cunning-of-data-in-indigenous-housing-and-health
#5
Tess Lea, Paul Torzillo
This article explores why it is so difficult to provide and sustain decent public housing in Indigenous communities, highlighting the curious role that data reporting and analysis plays in perpetuating this state of affairs. Drawing on data amassed by the Housing for Health (HFH) program that has focused on "health hardware" functionality in almost 9,000 houses in over 215 communities across Australia, we note inroads made to the language of policy (through, for example, the development of a National Indigenous Housing Guide)...
October 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27712554/where-you-live-and-who-you-live-with-matters-housing-and-mental-health
#6
Lorna Moxham
This article considers the relationship between where a person lives and who they live with and their mental health and well-being. In particular, this article considers the regional locale as an important factor in understanding the perspective of a person with lived experience of mental illness. This article questions the influential, yet somewhat narrow, argument that living in the community and in the family home is somehow better for people with mental illness. The arguments presented in this article illustrate that for some people with mental illness, the issues of stigma, autonomy, and lack of alternatives (choice) are just as prevalent for them now, living in the community, as when they lived in institutions...
October 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27712553/a-place-to-call-my-own-young-people-with-complex-disabilities-living-in-long-term-care
#7
Hayley Danielle Quinn, Heidi Zeeman, Elizabeth Kendall
It is important to consider the nature of home in more detail when thinking about living environments for vulnerable groups of people, especially as it has been found that the nature of home can impact on the quality of life. The aim of this study was to understand the "lived experience" of home for a group of young people with complex disabilities who had recently relocated to a specially designed residential apartment building. Multiple domains of home, as they were experienced over time, were examined through a series of semi-structured interviews conducted with seven residents at their apartments...
October 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27712552/the-residential-context-of-health-in-australia-no-longer-the-lucky-country
#8
Elizabeth Kendall, Scott Baum
This paper introduces the special issue focused on the relationship between residence and health in Australia. We present six papers conducted in different Australian states that demonstrate different elements of the complex impact of residential context on health. Through this series of papers, we demonstrate the impact of housing quality and safety on vulnerable populations, but also the way in which processes around housing (e.g., data collection, renewal, allocation) can have either negative or positive outcomes...
October 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27309028/intervening-to-decrease-the-probability-of-alcohol-impaired-driving-impact-of-novel-field-sobriety-tests
#9
Ryan C Smith, Zechariah Robinson, Alexandra Bazdar, E Scott Geller
The efficacy of novel field sobriety tests to predict breath alcohol content (BAC) and perceptions of driving risk was evaluated. Participants (N = 210) were passersby at two downtown locations near local bars and one on-campus location near a late-night dining facility between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m. Participants gave ratings of their perceived risk to drive at their current level of intoxication, then completed three sobriety tests (a hand-pat, tracing test, and Romberg test), and finally provided new ratings of their perceived risk to drive...
July 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27309027/it-can-w8-a-community-intervention-to-decrease-distracted-driving
#10
Angela K Fournier, Thomas D Berry, Sarah Frisch
Researchers tested an intervention to decrease cell-phone use while driving on a university campus. A total of 3,827 driving observations were recorded on a campus roadway over a three-week period. The campus intervention, consisting of fear appeals, pledges, and behavioral prompts, was tested using an ABA reversal design (Baseline-Intervention-Baseline) with observed cell-phone use as the dependent measure. A Chi-Square test of independence indicated the percentage of drivers talking on a cell phone decreased significantly from 8...
July 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27309026/preventing-the-threat-of-credit-card-fraud-factors-influencing-cashiers-identification-checking-behavior
#11
Christopher Downing, E Henry Howard, Christina Goodwin, E Scott Geller
Two studies examined factors influencing cashiers' identification (ID)-checking behavior in order to inform the development of interventions to prevent credit-card fraud. In both studies, research assistants made credit purchases in various stores and noted the cashiers' ID-checking behavior. In the first study, the store type, whether the cashier swiped the credit/debit card, the amount of the purchase, and whether the credit/debit card was signed significantly influenced ID-checking behavior. In the second study, an A-B-A design was used to evaluate the impact of a "Check my ID" prompt placed on the credit/debit card...
July 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27309025/actively-caring-to-prevent-bullying-in-an-elementary-school-prompting-and-rewarding-prosocial-behavior
#12
Shane McCarty, Sophia Teie, Jenna McCutchen, E Scott Geller
This field study evaluated the impact of an intervention designed to prevent bullying among elementary-school students by prompting and rewarding prosocial behavior. More specifically, teachers of 404 second-, third-, fourth-, fifth-, and sixth-grade students from an elementary school in northeast Virginia asked their students to look out for other students' prosocial behaviors (termed "actively caring") and to submit their stories about actively caring. At the start of every class day, the teachers read three of these stories and recognized one story and the two associated students (i...
July 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27309024/intervening-to-promote-pay-it-forward-behavior-does-perceived-self-motivation-of-the-benefactor-matter
#13
Cory B Furrow, Shane M McCarty, E Scott Geller
Pay-it-forward behavior reflects actively caring for people (AC4P) and the reciprocity principle. Interventions to increase the frequency of pay-it-forward behavior were evaluated. At a buffet-style dining hall, a research assistant (RA) entered the line and paid for the next person's meal. In the Sign Intervention Phase, the RA discreetly paid for the next person's meal. In the Verbal + Sign Intervention Phase, the RA verbally activated reciprocity and paid for the next diner's meal. For Baseline and Withdrawal, a sign prompted the purchase of another person's meal...
July 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27309023/intervening-to-promote-statements-of-gratitude-informative-incongruity-between-intention-and-behavior
#14
Michael L Ekema-Agbaw, Jenna A McCutchen, E Scott Geller
Two studies examined interventions to increase the frequency of gratitude expression among college students in two large lecture classes of an Introduction to Psychology course at a large university in southwest Virginia. Both studies evaluated the impact of a writing exercise designed to increase intentions to express gratitude in a prescribed manner. In addition, participants in both studies were given one week to express gratitude to people who performed prosocial behavior. Gratitude expression was assessed by self-report on a survey administered during the psychology class...
July 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27309022/actively-caring-for-people-ac4p-behavior-focused-interventions-to-promote-safety-security-and-well-being
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E Scott Geller
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
July 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26939842/school-bullying-and-student-trauma-fear-and-avoidance-associated-with-victimization
#16
Rebecca A Vidourek, Keith A King, Ashley L Merianos
Bullying is a significant problem in U.S. schools. The purpose of the present study is to examine the impact student bullying has on avoidance behaviors and fear at school among youth nationwide. Data from the School Crime and Safety Survey was analyzed. Participants included 5,784 U.S. students in grades 5 through 12. Almost one-third of students reported being bullied in the past year. Females, junior high school students, and public school students were significantly more likely to report being bullied than their counterparts...
April 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26939841/recent-alcohol-use-episodic-heavy-drinking-and-school-violent-victimization-sex-and-grade-level-differences-among-hispanic-youth
#17
Ashley L Merianos, Keith A King, Rebecca A Vidourek
Alcohol use and involvement in school violent victimization are two significant public health problems among Hispanic youth. The present study examined alcohol use by involvement in school violent victimization among seventh through twelfth grade Hispanic students in one metropolitan area. The Pride Student National Survey was administered to students in their school classrooms. Results indicated that Hispanic students who were involved in school violent victimization were at increased risk for recent alcohol use and frequent episodic heavy drinking compared to Hispanic students who were not involved...
April 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26939840/the-influence-of-potentially-traumatic-household-characteristics-on-blunt-use-among-black-youth
#18
LaTrice Montgomery, Dy'an Marinos
The residential status of mothers and fathers in the household has been shown to influence drug use and other health outcomes among adolescents. However, no studies have examined if these household characteristics influence blunt use (marijuana mixed with or replacing tobacco in cigar paper), specifically among Black adolescents. Using data from the 2012 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, this study was designed to examine the relationship between household characteristics (non-residential mother vs. residential mother and non-residential father vs...
April 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26939839/predictors-of-child-functioning-and-problem-behaviors-for-children-diagnosed-with-posttraumatic-stress-disorder-and-externalizing-problems
#19
Laura Nabors, Christina Baker-Phibbs, Michelle Burbage
Posttraumatic stress disorder and behavioral disorders are related to problems in emotional functioning for young children. Factors related to child functioning are important to understand in order to develop interventions and assess their impact. This study examined clinician and parent reports of child functioning and behavior problems and factors related to each of these outcome variables. Results indicated that parental acceptance was inversely related to child behavior problems. Increased parental supervision of the child was related to high total problems scores...
April 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/26939838/community-based-counselors-interventions-for-elementary-school-age-children-coping-with-trauma
#20
Laura Nabors, Christina Baker-Phibbs, Kenneth Woodson
Child trauma is a mental health concern and more information is needed about treatment in community mental health settings. This article presents results of a focus group and member checking sessions held with counselors who provided therapy for children experiencing posttraumatic stress disorder in a community-based setting. Results indicated that play and art techniques were commonly used during individual child therapy sessions. Sessions were child-directed and allowed children to review trauma experiences in a "safe" setting with an "expert" guide...
April 2016: Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community
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