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    Pain and function in knee osteoarthritis: are they related to local intrinsic factors? [1]
    The parenting check-up (PCU) : [1]
    Passage-related local item dependence and spurious latent classes in the mixture Rasch model : a simulation study [1]
    Perfectionism, coping, adjustment and achievement in Taiwanese culture [1]
    Physical self-concept and athletic identity among former collegiate athletes: examining the influence on self [1]
    Positive Coaching and Olympic Success: Case Studies of Track and Field Olympic Medalist Coach-Athlete Relationships [1]
    Predicting first year academic success of the student-athlete population at the University of Missouri [1]
    The process of decentering: a phenomenological study of Asian American Buddhists from the Fo Guan Shan Temple Buddhist order [1]
    A profile analysis of diagnostic data from college students experiencing math difficulty [1]
    A programming comparison: the APRE vs. linear periodization in short term periods [1]
    Project ARCHES: an evaluation of a modified family check-up intervention in an assessment setting [1]
    A qualitative exploration of Latino immigrant integration in the rural Midwest : long-term resident and immigrant perspectives [1]
    The relationship between attachment to adults, attachment to God, and satisfaction with life [1]
    The relationship between ethnic identity, perceived acceptance, and sociocultural adjustment of African students in the US [1]
    The relationship between learners' motivational schemas, learners' affect, and changes to learners' achievement goals: a test of the cognitive change of motivational beliefs model [1]
    The relationship between risk factors and problem behaviors in adolescence: an approach to identify a latent general risk and a latent general problem behavior factors [1]
    The relationship of coping strategies to psychological health among sexually victimized deaf women [1]
    Relationships between academic disidentification and incarceration in African American males [1]
    Religiosity, coping, and psychological well-being among LDS Polynesians in the U.S. [1]
    Religious involvement, attitudes toward seeking professional psychological help, and preferences for alternative mental health settings [1]