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Kate Long, Ph.D.

Concepts (27)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Spirituality220244080.840 Why?
Mental Health2202429910.630 Why?
Adolescent Behavior1202411190.520 Why?
Public Health1202425720.380 Why?
Nurses1202024340.370 Why?
Spiritual Therapies12022570.200 Why?
United States Department of Veterans Affairs120248510.170 Why?
Health120223910.170 Why?
Quality of Life12020127330.170 Why?
Disease120226560.140 Why?
Longitudinal Studies22024138170.140 Why?
Forecasting1202428670.120 Why?
Health Behavior1202425840.100 Why?
Health Policy1202426100.100 Why?
Veterans1202424610.090 Why?
United States32024690050.080 Why?
Prospective Studies22022526110.040 Why?
Adult220242123710.040 Why?
Humans520247354580.040 Why?
Child12024773440.030 Why?
Adolescent12024851250.030 Why?
Social Support1202420810.030 Why?
Family1202431100.030 Why?
Health Personnel1202231530.020 Why?
Middle Aged120202113050.020 Why?
Female120203767080.010 Why?
Cross-Sectional Studies12022247140.010 Why?
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