Soil acidity and nutrient deficiency in central Amazonian heath forest soils

  • Luizão F
  • Luizão R
  • Proctor J
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Abstract

This paper discusses the use of the Trans-theoretical Model of Behavior Change in the treatment of sex offenders. Constructs within this theory are the Stages of Change, Processes of Change and Decisional Balance. The first section of this paper provides a brief description of these constructs. The second section provides a brief review of research related to these constructs and discusses the implications of this research in relation to the treatment of sex offenders. The third section of this paper provides a practical description of the use of the constructs of the Trans-theoretical Model of Behaviour Change in the treatment of sex offenders. Although the validity of this model among sex offenders requires further investigation, the Trans-theoretical Model of Behavior Change appears to have considerable utility as an overarching theoretical model to conceptualize and facilitate behavior change among sex offenders.

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  • Campina
  • Campinarana
  • Heath forest
  • Nutrient limitation
  • Soil acidity

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Authors

  • Flávio J. Luizão

  • Regina C.C. Luizão

  • John Proctor

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