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Reactions of Male and Female Inmates to Prison Confinement: Further Evidence for a Two-Component Model

Based on findings of previous studies, the authors hypothesized that: 1) Reactions to the prison environment would not change or become more negative over time. 2) Health and emotional outcomes would improve over time. 3) Self-reported social support within and outside the prison would decrease over time, and 4) No change would occur over time in coping behavior and tolerance for prison conditions

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Impact of Horticultural Therapy on Psychosocial Functioning Among Urban Jail Inmates

Authors: Jay S. Rice and Linda L. Remy Year of Publication: 1998 Country of Study: USA The authors of this study identified a lack of statistical evaluations of horticulture programs in the scholarly literature. Thus, the objective of this study was to provide an empirical evaluation of a...

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