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Soldier Attitudes about Technology-Based Approaches to Mental Health Care

Jaime A. B. Wilson, Kristin Onorati, Matt Mishkind, Mark A. Reger, Gregory A. Gahm
2008 CyberPsychology & Behavior  
Technology-based treatments (e.g., video teleconferencing, Internet-based treatments, and virtual reality) are promising approaches to reducing some barriers that Soldiers often face to receiving necessary mental health care. However, Soldiers' knowledge and experiences with such technologies are unknown, and there is no research on their acceptability for use in military mental health care. The current study examined 352 U.S. Soldiers' knowledge of and attitudes toward using technology to
more » ... s mental health care. Results indicated that Soldiers were quite experienced with a wide variety of technology-based tools commonly proposed to facilitate mental health care. In addition, the majority of participants stated that they would be willing to use nearly every technology-based approach for mental health care included in the survey. Notably, 33% of Soldiers who were not willing to talk to a counselor in person were willing to utilize at least one of the technologies for mental health care. These results support the feasibility of using technology-based approaches as a means to overcome barriers to care. Note: Frequencies and proportions are for neutral to very willing responses. Tech, technology-based; TT, traditional therapy (face-to-face). Aggregate technologies aggregated all 11 technology-based approaches. Soldiers unwilling to participate in traditional therapy; n ϭ 43.
doi:10.1089/cpb.2008.0071 pmid:18991533 fatcat:uac5ciu3crbnlklbotd2wobo64

A Lexicon of Assessment and Outcome Measures for Telemental Health

Jay H. Shore, Matt C. Mishkind, Jordana Bernard, Charles R. Doarn, Iverson Bell, Rajiv Bhatla, Elizabeth Brooks, Robert Caudill, Ellen R. Cohn, Barthold J. Delphin, Antonio Eppolito, John Fortney (+15 others)
2014 Telemedicine journal and e-health  
An overview of the workshop process follows, with a more detailed description provided by Mishkind, et al. 4 This workshop process used an electronic meeting system to more efficiently collect ideas  ... 
doi:10.1089/tmj.2013.0357 pmid:24476192 fatcat:y3zjsehgrben7m6uhjgb3bfknu

Materialised Ideals Sizes and Beauty

Kirsi Laitala, Ingun Grimstad Klepp, Benedicte Hauge
2011 Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research  
Dark colours and matte surfaces combined with vertical lines are the techniques for achieving this (Klepp 2010) .  ...  The ideal body for men is different, as men should be normal weight but preferably well toned (Mishkind et al. 1986: 105; Mort 1988: 201; Wienke 1998: 255) .  ... 
doi:10.3384/cu.2000.1525.11319 fatcat:4qqzzv7wb5d5ja7ovlkeduv3am

Staying 'in the Zone' but Not Passing the 'Point of No Return': Embodiment, Gender and Drinking in Mid-Life [chapter]

Antonia C. Lyons, Carol Emslie, Kate Hunt
2014 From Health Behaviours to Health Practices  
gendered activity, with men drinking more often and more heavily than women internationally (Rahav et al. 2006) , and traditionally expected to drink (primarily beer) excessively and in public (Lemle and Mishkind  ...  explains: Matt: It's spontaneous now, if I ever sort of get carried away, and drink a lot, it's because it's been spontaneous, you're in good company, you're having a good night, you're really enjoying  ... 
doi:10.1002/9781118898345.ch10 fatcat:t7t2swdhfzdgnc6ytsldkgykq4

Staying 'in the zone' but not passing the 'point of no return': embodiment, gender and drinking in mid-life

Antonia C. Lyons, Carol Emslie, Kate Hunt
2014 Sociology of Health and Illness  
gendered activity, with men drinking more often and more heavily than women internationally (Rahav et al. 2006) , and traditionally expected to drink (primarily beer) excessively and in public (Lemle and Mishkind  ...  explains: Matt: It's spontaneous now, if I ever sort of get carried away, and drink a lot, it's because it's been spontaneous, you're in good company, you're having a good night, you're really enjoying  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9566.12103 pmid:24447057 pmcid:PMC4211357 fatcat:uqs2nhkha5hlhehxzm6tdizvgm

Internet‐based psychological therapies: A qualitative study of National Health Service commissioners and managers views

Natalie Simon, Matt Ploszajski, Catrin Lewis, Kim Smallman, Neil P. Roberts, Neil J. Kitchiner, Lucy Brookes‐Howell, Jonathan I. Bisson
2021 Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice  
Remote therapies may be necessary for nearly all individuals some of the time, as demonstrated during the COVID-19 pandemic (B ek es & Aafjes-van Doorn, 2020; Shore, Schneck, & Mishkind, 2020) .  ... 
doi:10.1111/papt.12341 pmid:33788999 fatcat:t5xfljh2dncxbkopp2kkn45etu

A Series of Fortunate Events: Introducing Chlamydomonas as a Reference Organism

Patrice A Salomé, Sabeeha S Merchant
2019 The Plant Cell  
In the past 2 years, CRC has distributed ;3,100 CLiP mutants (Matt Laudon, personal communication). Periodic passage of the collection has been accompanied by very minimal colony loss.  ...  presence or absence of a plastid translation inhibitor also revealed that the small subunit of Rubisco (translated in the cytoplasm) is rapidly degraded when the large subunit is missing (Schmidt and Mishkind  ... 
doi:10.1105/tpc.18.00952 pmid:31189738 pmcid:PMC6713297 fatcat:fdpzu5fhenamlfjixeiwoanyo4

Behind the Sony scandal : the role of talent agencies in perpetuating inequality [article]

Samantha Jones Simon
2016
Both Matt and Paul discuss the relationship sacrifices that are involved in becoming an agent due to the 24/7 nature of the job.  ...  Drinking alcohol has historically been associated with men and masculinity (Lemle and Mishkind 1998) and continues to be a marker of masculinity (Perarlta 2007; Iwamoto et al. 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.15781/t2rr1pm44 fatcat:dsftd4ugenh4dh2vthm7as6zza

Mandatory Binding Arbitration Clauses Prevent Consumers from Presenting Procedurally Difficult Claims

Jean R. Sternlight
2012 Social Science Research Network  
Mishkind & V.  ...  plaintiffs supposedly secured the bulk of any benefits obtained through class actions, 23 consumers can present their claims quickly and inexpensively in individualized arbitration. 24 For example, Matt  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2103986 fatcat:yv4bvltteje4vpmamggszvq2we

Beyond The Muscles: Exploring the Meaning and Role of Muscularity in Identity

I Cranswick
2019
Matt described the link between muscularity and muscular performance; "[I] train to get bigger…if I look good [muscular] then I'm alright…[I]feel like as a man I'm achieving something if I'm looking  ...  The crisis represents a threatened masculinity, which generates feelings of insecurity and powerlessness (Gillett & White, 1992; Klein, 1993; Mishkind et al., 1986; Monaghan, 2002) .  ... 
doi:10.24377/ljmu.t.00011015 fatcat:5svtsau5unhyzic3hayxoikzoe

Feasibility and Effectiveness of Group Telemusic Therapy with Adult Survivors of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI): A Retrospective Pilot Trial [article]

(:Unkn) Unknown, University, My, Wendy L Magee
2021
To Matt -I am so very grateful for the love and support you provide.  ...  Mishkind, 2012, Telemedicine and e-Health, 18(8), p.630 (doi: 10.1089/tmj.2012.0004). Copyright 2012 by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc. Reprinted with permission (See Appendix A). a.  ... 
doi:10.34944/dspace/6822 fatcat:yp3hkiy3xvavbng3rjslbfp7ie

Culture Unbound: Journal of Current Cultural Research Thematic Section: Fashion, Market and Materiality

Johan Fornäs, Martin Fredriksson, Jenny Johannisson
2011 unpublished
Dark colours and matte surfaces combined with vertical lines are the techniques for achieving this (Klepp 2010) .  ...  The ideal body for men is different, as men should be normal weight but preferably well toned (Mishkind et al. 1986: 105; Mort 1988: 201; Wienke 1998: 255) .  ... 
fatcat:u45rrukawjehpfjuz5belgmv4i

A Systematic Investigation of Calorie Perception Accuracy and its Application in Experimental Research [article]

Dielle Horne
2020
A particular thank you to Kaitlyn, Matt, and Ellen, for your friendship and advice. Joanna, for always championing me at conferences, and to Bianca and Jemma for always encouraging me to have a go.  ...  E., Mishkind, M. C., & Reger, G. M. (2011). mHealth for mental health: Integrating smartphone technology in behavioral healthcare. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 42(6), 505-512.  ... 
doi:10.26182/e7zy-p966 fatcat:l6m4bdmif5eudjxjmmd7rohyqu

Using masculinity socialization to explain gay, bisexual, and heterosexual men's sexual self-schemas

William B. Elder
2013
Research suggests that sexual orientation may influence the objectification process among men (Silberstein, Mishkind, Strigel-Moore, Timko, & Rodin, 1989) .  ...  Matt said, "I think there's a level of trust built with the sexual encounters; it makes it easier to speak with someone because you have seen them a few times."  ... 
doi:10.26053/0h-9bfm-3b00 fatcat:le4wytrgqfbkhacqdcl7iyrc3a