An Updated Bibliography of the Published Primary
... Works of B. F. Skinner: An Expanded Version with References to Works Reprinted in His
Collections and Texts
Since the first bibliography of Skinner’s primary-source works was published (Morris & Smith,
2003) and posted to the website of the B. F. Skinner Foundation www.bfskinner.org), additional
pdf - MUK Publications
... hypnotics (doses/year = NONE, in green) and for three groups
of users of hypnotics with increasing numbers of doses/year
prescribed. Hazard ratios above 1.0 are estimates of how many
times the mortality or cancer incidence of hypnotics users exceeded
that of controls. The heavy black bars show the s ...
1 - DORAS
... symptoms. Delirium symptoms overshadow dementia symptoms whether or
not these conditions co-occur. Impaired forward spatial span is especially
discriminating between delirium and dementia. Motor activity disturbances
are almost invariable in delirium and can distinguish clinical subtypes that are
Acquired Stuttering: Differential Diagnosis
... encompasses not only stuttering that occurs for the first time
subsequently to brain damage but also the condition in which
existing childhood stuttering worsens due to brain damage and the
condition in which pre-existing stuttering that had disappeared recurs
proceedings of the first world conference on cluttering
... about cluttering. Of course I had heard something before, having myself a personal
story with speech disorders, but now I was especially curious to find out more about it
and about the differences between stuttering and cluttering. I have read basic
information, history as well as personal stories. ...
International classification of sleep disorders, revised
... meetings have been held to openly discuss the ongoing developments. This manual will lead to more-accurate diagnoses of the sleep disorders, improved treatment, and stimulation of epidemiologic and clinical research for many years.
This manual would not have been possible without the tireless partic ...
Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing Success
... Design and Illustration Manager: Carolyn O’Brien
As new scientific information becomes available through basic and clinical research, recommended treatments and
drug therapies undergo changes. The author(s) and publisher have done everything possible to make this book
accurate, up to date, and in ac ...
Chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis (or
... The publication of this guideline presents an opportunity to improve care for
people with CFS/ME. In the past their needs have too often been overlooked,
and this situation needs to change.
Several factors have contributed to the neglect of CFS/ME. Firstly, the illness is
poorly understood. There is ...
Grandiose and Vulnerable Narcissism
... To examine the convergent and discriminant validity of these factors, we ﬁrst selected three prominent measures of grandiose narcissism (Narcissistic Personality Inventory [NPI]; Raskin & Terry,
1988), vulnerable narcissism (Hypersensitive Narcissism Scale
[HSNS]; Hendin & Cheek, 1997), or both (Pat ...
Chapter 2 - Kenniscentrum Kinder
... This thesis focuses on the shared and unique behavioral and cognitive profiles
of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
(ADHD). Studying ASD and ADHD together may provide the most optimal
strategy in examining both shared and unique substrates, ultimately trans ...
The bidirectionality of the relationship between insomnia, anxiety
... 2.1. The thesis ....................................................................................................................................53
2.2. Study 1 - A Systematic Review Assessing Bidirectionality between Sleep Disturbances, Anxiety,
and Depression ................................... ...
MINDFULNESS AS A PREDICTOR OF POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
... breathing are associated with greater willingness and tolerance to maintaining contact with
negative experience (Arch & Craske, 2006).
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) refers to symptoms that develop following exposure
to a traumatic experience. Initially called “sh ...
Aids for management of common headache disorders in primary care
... very common disorders effectively.
We hope for benefits for both
patients and physicians. In the first
case, there should be better
outcomes for the many people with
headache who need medical
treatment. In the second,
physicians are helped to deliver
appropriate care more efficiently
and more cost-e ...
NATIONAL GUIDELINES FOR SENIORS` MENTAL HEALTH
... appropriate health care for specific situations” (Lohr & Field, 1992).
The CCSMH is proud to have been able to facilitate the development of these clinical
guidelines. These are the first interdisciplinary, national best practices guidelines to specifically address key areas in seniors’ mental healt ...
SELF-COMPASSION PUBLICATIONS SORTED BY AREA OF
... Kelly, A. C., Vimalakanthan, K., & Miller, K. E. (2014). Self-compassion moderates the
relationship between body mass index and both eating disorder pathology and body
image flexibility. Body image, 11(4), 446-453. PDF
Liss, M., & Erchull, M. J. (2015). Not hating what you see: Self-compassion may p ...
SELF-COMPASSION PUBLICATIONS SORTED BY AREA OF
... Berry, K. A., Kowalski, K. C. Ferguson, L. J. & McHugh, T. F. (2011). An empirical
phenomenology of young adult women exercisers body self-compassion.
Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise,2, 293–312 PDF
Braun, T. D., Park, C. L., & Gorin, A. (2016). Self-compassion, body image, and
The Professional’s Guide to Parkinson’s Disease
... time’ campaign aims to ensure that people with
Parkinson’s get their medication on time, every time,
as the timing of medication is crucial to their wellbeing.
Hospital stays can be extended if medication is not
managed properly and the person concerned is likely
to require a higher level of care, a ...
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... of self-harming behaviours among a sample of South African university students (N = 603),
as well as the relationship between deliberate self-harm (DSH) and symptoms of depression
and anxiety. A battery of instruments, including the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI-II),
State-Trait Anxiety Inventory ( ...
... Science) indexed entries, cited a total of 8134 times (7070 excluding citations by own group), for an
average of 33.8 times and h-index of 52 (SCOPUS).
On GoogleScholar, there are 310 indexed entries cited 13500+ times, averaging 40.7 cites per paper and an
h-index of 63, a g index of 105, and an I- ...
U. S. Navy Aeromedical Reference and Waiver Guide
... manifest refraction must be recorded for the correction required to attain 20/20. If the
candidate’s distant visual acuity is 20/20, a manifest refraction is not required. Total
myopia may not be greater than -1.50 diopters in any meridian, total hyperopia no greater
than +3.00 diopters in any merid ...
Prenatal Factors in Schizophrenia
... The purpose of this review is to summarize the current state of knowledge on how nongenetic factors occurring before, during,
or soon after birth are related to schizophrenia. Schizophrenia is a complex psychiatric illness with a varied clinical presentation
that has both environmental and genetic o ...
IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science (IOSR-JNHS)
... hyperactivity etcandthe internalizing or emotional problems like anxiety, depression etc.6 The WHO report notes
that depression is the top cause of illness and disability in adolescence. More than 1 million adolescents die
around the world every year. Globally, the leading causes of death among adol ...
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... relatively new diagnosis, having been around for approximately 20 years.
PDD-NOS is the diagnosis that has come to be commonly applied to those
who are on the autism spectrum but do not generally meet the criteria for
some other autism spectrum disorder in full, such as Asperger Syndrome.
Defining f ...
Abnormal psychology is the branch of psychology that studies unusual patterns of behavior, emotion and thought, which may or may not be understood as precipitating a mental disorder. Although many behaviours could be considered as abnormal, this branch of psychology generally deals with behavior in a clinical context. There is a long history of attempts to understand and control behavior deemed to be aberrant or deviant (statistically, morally or in some other sense), and there is often cultural variation in the approach taken. The field of abnormal psychology identifies multiple causes for different conditions, employing diverse theories from the general field of psychology and elsewhere, and much still hinges on what exactly is meant by ""abnormal"". There has traditionally been a divide between psychological and biological explanations, reflecting a philosophical dualism in regard to the mind body problem. There have also been different approaches in trying to classify mental disorders. Abnormal includes three different categories, they are subnormal, supernormal and paranormal.The science of abnormal psychology studies two types of behaviors: adaptive and maladaptive behaviors. Behaviors that are maladaptive suggest that some problem(s) exist, and can also imply that the individual is vulnerable and cannot cope with environmental stress, which is leading them to have problems functioning in daily life.Clinical psychology is the applied field of psychology that seeks to assess, understand and treat psychological conditions in clinical practice. The theoretical field known as 'abnormal psychology' may form a backdrop to such work, but clinical psychologists in the current field are unlikely to use the term 'abnormal' in reference to their practice. Psychopathology is a similar term to abnormal psychology but has more of an implication of an underlying pathology (disease process), and as such is a term more commonly used in the medical specialty known as psychiatry.