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Substance abuse by women is considered an individual pathology, and the larger social processes of recovery are seldom explored. This research study examined social factors that influenced completion of an outpatient women-centered substance abuse treatment program. The treatment records of a...
This study investigated patients' expectations prior to participation in an education program about coping with schizophrenia, and their evaluations of the program upon its completion. Adult inpatients diagnosed with schizophrenic disorders (N = 123 ) responded anonymously to a preintervention...
The concept of codependency has achieved a prominent place in the psychiatric, psychological, and addiction literature in a remarkably short period of time. Although the term was first developed in the substance abuse treatment arena, specifically referring to the wives of men who abuse alcohol,...
The present study tested three hypotheses about the quality of life of individuals who are HIV positive. It was hypothesized that quality of life among HIV-positive individuals would be directly related to their (1) health status, (2) religious affiliation, and (3) religious faith. A...
This study evaluated a one year long nurse education and counseling program with 93 family caregivers of elders afflicted with Alzheimer's disease. The elders had received treatment for agitation in an inpatient setting and were subsequently discharged to the caregivers' home. Caregivers were...
While survival rates for the smallest infants are increasing, so is the rate of disability. Low birth rate children are at increased risk for psychiatric and behavioral symptoms especially those related to attention deficit and hyperactivity disorders. Researchers have demonstrated that even...
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