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      Correction: Addison, C.C., et al. Psychometric Evaluation of a Coping Strategies Inventory Short-Form ( CSI-SF) in the Jackson Heart Study Cohort. Related article ( corrected article): Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2007, 4, 243–249.

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          We found some errors in Table 4 in our paper published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health recently [1]. Table 4 is corrected as follows: Table 4. The Survey Item Factor Loadings for the CSI-SF. CSI-SF Survey Items Mean SD Factor* Loadings 1. I make a plan of action and follow it 3.65653 0.94486 2 0.92 2. I look for the silver lining or try to look on the bright side of things 4.09182 0.87564 2 1.00 3. I try to spend time alone 3.33692 0.91270 4 0.88 4. I hope the problem will take care of itself 2.55667 1.03334 3 0.93 5. I try to let my emotions out 3.24203 0.95468 1 1.00 6. I try to talk about it with a friend or family 3.55859 0.99147 1 0.91 7. I try to put the problem out of my mind 2.97849 1.04488 3 1.00 8. I tackle the problem head on 3.50519 0.96533 2 0.71 9. I step back from the situation and try to put things into perspective 3.67576 0.90556 2 0.92 10. I tend to blame myself 2.59278 1.00314 4 −0.99 11. I let my feelings out to reduce the stress 3.24357 0.97027 1 0.94 12. I hope for a miracle 3.38110 1.21038 3 0.90 13. I ask a close friend or relative that I respect for help or advice 3.34076 0.98582 1 0.92 14. I try not to think about the problem 2.91010 0.96179 3 0.98 15. I tend to criticize myself 2.59278 1.05723 4 1.00 16. I keep my thoughts and feelings to myself 3.02190 0.99340 4 0.13 *Factor 1 = Emotion-Focused Engagement, Factor 2 = Problem-Focused Engagement, Factor 3 = Problem-Focused Disengagement, Factor 4 = Emotion-Focused Disengagement **Responding Scores (1 = never, 2 = seldom, 3 = sometimes, 4 = often, 5 = almost always) We apologize for any inconvenience caused to the readers.

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          Qat Habit in Yemen Society: A Causative Factor for Oral Periodontal Diseases

           Aiman A. Ali (2007)
          The effect of a common habit among Yemeni population on the periodontal status was investigated. This cross-sectional study was done on 2500 Yemenis with mean age 27.01 years (1818 males and 682 females). Among these 1528 were qat chewers and 972 were non-chewers. Detailed questionnaire and pre-designed scoring system for the periodontal status were employed for each case. Study results indicated that out of 972 non-chewers 116(12%) had periodontal pocketing and 18 (1.9%) cases had gingival recession. On the other hand, out of 1528 chewers, 468 (31.8%) had periodontal pockets and 98 (6.4%) with gum bleeding, p<0.05. These effects were found to increase with increased frequency and duration of chewing. It was concluded that habit of qat can cause damage to the periodontal ligament as pocketing and gum recession.
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            Journal
            Int J Environ Res Public Health
            101238455
            International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
            Molecular Diversity Preservation International (MDPI)
            1661-7827
            1660-4601
            March 2009
            2 March 2009
            : 6
            : 3
            : 941-942
            Affiliations
            [1 ] Jackson Heart Study Coordinating Center, Jackson, MS, USA
            [2 ] Nova Southeastern University, Pensacola, FL, USA
            [3 ] Tougaloo College, Tougaloo, MS, USA
            [4 ] Veterans Administration Medical Center, Jackson, MS, USA
            [5 ] University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS, USA
            [6 ] Jackson Heart Study, Jackson, MS, USA
            Author notes
            [* ]Author to whom correspondence should be addressed; E-mail: clifton.addison@ 123456jsums.edu
            Article
            ijerph-06-00941
            10.3390/ijerph6030941
            2672400
            © 2009 by the authors; licensee Molecular Diversity Preservation International, Basel, Switzerland.

            This article is an open-access article distributed under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution license ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/).

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