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    HIV stigma reduction and testing in the Hispanic/Latino church setting
    The Impact of Sleep Quality on Energy Intake, Eating Behavior, and Physical Activity
    Improving Medication Adherence in Underrepresented Patients with Heart Disease: Piloting a Motivational Intervention
    Influence of depressive symptoms on within-session change talk and HIV antiretroviral medication adherence in a motivational interviewing based adherence intervention
    The influence of media on implicit weight bias
    Insight and executive function: investigating the role of dynamic assessment
    Intentions to Eat a Healthy Diet: Applying the Theory of Planned Behavior in an African American Faith-Based Population
    Negative Mood Impacts the Relationship between Explicit and Implicit Age-Related Attitudes
    Night eating syndrome: survey of assessment and treatment practices
    Non-Monogamous Individuals compared to Monogamous Individuals: The Differences in Their Relationships, Specifically Sexual Risk Behaviors and Level of Trust
    On ‘Clear and Present Danger’: The Influence of Firearm Legislation on College Student Perceptions of Mental Illness and Treatment-Seeking Intentions
    Orthorexia nervosa: real construct or newest social trend?
    Polypharmacy in patients with Multiple Sclerosis: effects on fatigue, perceived cognition, and objective cognitive performance
    Predictors of performance-based measures of instrumental activities of daily living in stroke survivors
    Processing speed and working memory training in multiple sclerosis: a blinded randomized controlled trial
    Program and Personal Factors as Predictors of Spiritual Competence
    Psychometric Evaluation of a Motivation Assessment in Smokers
    Quality of life in individuals with eating disorders
    The Relationship between Change Talk during Motivational Interviewing and HIV Medication Adherence
    The Relationship Between Positive and Negative Religious Coping, Depressive Symptoms, and Adherence to Health Behaviors in Cardiac Rehabilitation Patients: The Role of Pereceived Control