(v.) Of or pertaining to a husband; as, marital rights, duties, authority.
(1) This study reports the analysis of a transvestite man through focusing on his marital interaction and his wife's complementary behavior to his perversion.
(2) For example, 75% of them were asked about their family life, marital status and children in interviews.
(3) Adjustment for possible mechanisms correlated with social class (marital status, smoking, time of first antenatal visit) decreased the higher occurrence of low birthweight infants in the low educational groups.
(4) After controlling for age and cigarette smoking status, BMI was significantly related to education, income, occupation, and marital status in both men and women.
(5) The results showed that there were significant difference among the extended scores of patient's marital status and the socioeconomic status.
(6) This is understandable: marital rape has not been a part of India’s discourse.
(7) You have to prove there is a need.” Brian, a researcher with a PhD in medical science, was shocked and furious to find himself driven to food banks after a car accident, marital breakdown and sudden unemployment left him without enough money to live on.
(8) To investigate risk factors in male breast cancer, a case-control study of 52 histologically diagnosed cases and 52 controls--matched for age, race, marital status, and hospital--was conducted in 5 U.S. metropolitan areas.
(9) Although sex was not found to be associated with the number of close friends reported by subjects, it was found to be significantly associated with designations of the alcoholic's "significant others", incidence of marital difficulty and with scores on the Definition of Alcohol Scale and the Neuroticism Index.
(10) A model is developed to use marital history data from the U.S. Current Population Survey and mortality statistics from the federal registration system to estimate color differences in (a) the risk of widowhood among women in the working ages and (by the cumulative duration of widowhood.
(11) Other factors such as gender, marital status and the presence of children, relatives and friends in the neighbourhood had no association with loneliness.
(12) Thus shifts in the marital structure between 1961 and 1971 could have provided little impetus to a decline in the CBR of the country.
(13) Overall, the couples who successfully completed therapy were in less strifeful marriages and were confronted with specific life change events as opposed to the couples who dropped out, who gave evidence of chronic marital difficulties.
(14) Likewise, risk did not vary materially according to history of abortions when marital status was controlled for.
(15) Of all 17 factors considered, primigravidae showed unadjusted significant associations between preterm delivery and marital status, region of mother's residence, maternal occupation, maternal education and paternal education level.
(16) Causes of the marked secular trends in the cancer mortality and incidence are not clear, but the major causes are suspected to be changes in dietary habits, smoking and drinking habits, and other socio-environmental factors such as marital and reproductive factors.
(17) The overall aim of the current study was to comprehensively evaluate the prevalence, impact, and health correlates of marital aggression in a clinical sample of maritally discordant couples seeking psychological treatment.
(18) Logit models were fitted in order to test the relationship between the relative risk of being admitted and sex, age, marital status, diagnosis, urbanization and distance from facilities.
(19) No significant differences were obtained between the two groups of families on any of the measures of individual, marital, or family functioning.
(20) We found, among other things, that: i) Among the males excessive alcohol consumption tends to be higher in the single marital status, and also in those with a higher number of brothers; ii) On the females on the contrary, single marital status is associates to higher percentages of non excessive alcohol consumption, while the fact of having a higher number of brothers is related to higher rates of non consumption of alcohol.
(1) Because of early age at initiation of intercourse and associated nonuse of contraception, half of first premarital pregnancies to teens occur in the first six months after they begin coitus; one-fifth occur in the first month.
(2) Among black females, those with a premarital birth are the first to suffer a marital disruption, but by the end of ten years there is little difference in the probability of separation among the three marital status groups.
(3) The incidence of premarital sexual relations was greater among the frigid patients when compared with those who achieved orgasm.
(4) Literature on premarital heterosexual intercourse suggest increases in its incidence, frequency and acceptance among college-aged youth.
(5) The performance of the PHA system in determining immunity to rubella was evaluated by comparing the PHA results and HI results on 1, 086 randomly selected sera submitted for routine premarital and prenatal testing.
(6) Perceived effectiveness of premarital counseling was found to be related to duration of counseling in hours and to the degree to which the program was seen as voluntary.
(7) Relatively few premaritally sexually active women attempted to avoid pregnancy by using a contraceptive method, although premarital contraceptive use is more common in younger cohorts, and among more educated women.
(8) Research on changes in attitudes toward premarital sexual behavior examine either (1) changes in attitudes of college students over a relatively short period of time or (2) changes in attitudes of adult nonstudent populations over long periods of time using noncomparable data sources.
(9) We conclude that compared with other HIV prevention programs mandatory premarital screening would be expensive and would probably have a minor impact on the HIV epidemic.
(10) Puerto Rican women living in metropolitan New York were at greatest risk of having a premarital birth (cumulative hazard rate at age 24=.2) then those living in Puerto Rico (.1) followed by Dominican women (.05).
(11) Permission to marry must be given by the supervisor of the workplace and a premarital examinaton is required to rule out heriditary diseases.
(12) Among other findings, cumulative incidence of masturbation was 68.1% and that of premarital coitus 33.6%.
(13) The effectiveness of premarital screening program for HIV infection is discussed, in relation to hypothetical objectives: improvement of individual health, prevention of transmission of HIV infection and estimate of prevalence among sexually active population.
(14) They were divided into two groups, according to the premarital migration of the couple.
(15) It was determined that 30% of a cross section of teenage women have had premarital intercourse and 58% of those married had premarital intercourse.
(16) Students in 1972, compared with those in 1968, reported (1) more permissive attitudes toward premarital sexual behavior (both men and women), (2) fewer differences in attitudes between men and women, and (3) less adherence to the "double standard."
(17) Multiple regression analyses, controlling for premarital relationship satisfaction, showed affective Disengagement at premarriage to be negatively associated with marital satisfaction at 18 (n = 84) and 30 (n = 72) months after marriage.
(18) Ninety-two premarital medical examines, which include 46 self-paid persons and 46 government paid (subsidized by the Department of Health) visited the Family Clinic.
(19) They can handle hygienic problems and health problems common in their area, for example, certain infections as well as premarital health checkups to ascertain that the prospective parents are healthy and do not suffer from genetic diseases.
(20) Research based on the NSFG suggests that this is a result both of the rapid increase in the percentage of women who have premarital intercourse and of the increasing length of exposure to premarital pregnancy.