TS Social and Behavioral Sciences

  • Netherlands

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Medicine & Life Sciences

Depression
Netherlands
Delivery of Health Care
Mental Health
Survivors
Mothers
Neoplasms
Exercise
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Surveys and Questionnaires
Implantable Defibrillators
Cross-Sectional Studies
Parenting
Interviews
Parents
Organizations
Education
Individuality
Self Report
Statistical Factor Analysis
Confidence Intervals
Nurses
Survival Rate
Outpatients
Crying
Comorbidity
Equipment and Supplies
Cost-Benefit Analysis
Caregivers
General Practitioners
Endometrial Neoplasms
Facial Expression
Fathers
Major Depressive Disorder
Cues
Patient Participation
General Practice
Mental Competency
Crime Victims
Disabled Persons
Affective Symptoms
Linear Models
Young Adult
Language
Adolescent Behavior
Absenteeism
Long-Term Care
Body Mass Index
Logistic Models
Acculturation
Checklist
Independent Living
Decision Support Techniques
Narcissism
Peripheral Nervous System Diseases
Occupational Health
Phonetics
Focus Groups
Alcohols
Health Personnel
Loneliness
Databases
Health Services
Communication
Physicians
Publication Bias
Odds Ratio
Chronic Pain
Neurofeedback
Impulsive Behavior
Incidence
Weights and Measures
PubMed
Leisure Activities
Anhedonia
Workplace
Health Surveys
Administrative Personnel
Music
Cluster Analysis
Personal Autonomy
Guideline Adherence
Age Groups
Health Behavior
Visual Cortex
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
Ovarian Neoplasms
Wounds and Injuries
Germany
Hodgkin Disease
Electronic Health Records
Consensus
Electroencephalography
Delphi Technique
Job Satisfaction
Cortical Blindness
Benchmarking
Multicenter Studies
Down Syndrome
Hip Osteoarthritis

Social Sciences

Netherlands
adolescent
personality
well-being
adolescence
Group
disability
evidence
experience
emotion
employee
parents
health
trend
personality traits
learning
Values
student
income
housing
performance
welfare
welfare state
gender
participation
longitudinal study
questionnaire
self-esteem
resources
aggression
career
human being
EVS
labor market
experiment
mental health
adulthood
gender-specific factors
evaluation
staff
anger
science
health care
worker
friendship
decision making
autonomy
offender
acculturation
community
interview
social network
interaction
management
quality of life
economics
empathy
discrimination
prejudice
anxiety
university
commitment
equivalence
psychology
education
exclusion
event