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October-December 2018| Vol 1| Issue 2

Original Article

Child–Parent agreement on quality of life of overweight children: Discrepancies between raters

Introduction: Kid-KINDL, a health-related quality of life (HRQoL) instrument for children, contains paralleled child-reported and parent–proxy versions. However, parents may rate HRQoL ...


Original Article

Comparing quality of life instruments: Sizing them up versus pediatric quality of life inventory and Kid-KINDL

Introduction: Children with overweight or obesity are very likely to experience health problems including low levels of psychological well-being and impaired quality of life (QoL). Given that...


Original Article

Fear of negative evaluation and social well-being in patients with multiple sclerosis: The moderating role of disease duration

Introduction: Diagnosis of multiple sclerosis (MS) can be accompanied by fear of negative evaluation (FNE). Emerging MS symptoms and FNE affect patients' health in dimensions including so...


Original Article

Theory of planned behavior, self-stigma, and perceived barriers explains the behavior of seeking mental health services for people at risk of affective disorders

Introduction: To use the theory of planned behavior (TPB) incorporated with self-stigma and perceived barriers to investigate the nature of help-seeking behaviors in a community sample at ris...


Original Article

Nature walk decrease the depression by instigating positive mood

Introduction: Depression the most common psychological problem prevails across the world. To deal with depression, psychotropic drugs are generally prescribed by the clinicians which have eno...


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Social Health and Behavior, a publication of Qazvin University of Medical Sciences, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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