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The purpose of this study was to develop a grounded theory about the joking behaviors of psychiatric unit staff. Fifty nine staff members (Male = 23, Female = 36), ages 28?62, who worked in an urban, public facility were observed in unit meetings over a two year period. Data were analyzed using...
This was a descriptive study to examine the relationship between retirement planning, use of time, and the psychosocial adjustment to retirement. A 72-item questionnaire was mailed to all retirees ( N = 1565) from an international company residing in seven southeastern states with a response of...
The focus of the care of potentially aggressive psychiatric patients has been on the use of seclusion and restraints. Recent concerns, however, about the potential for patient injury have made it imperative that nurses use alternative methods to calm patients who are escalating. Little is known...
Eating in response to emotions may lead to the consumption of excessive calories which typically leads to weight gain. This study examined the relationship between basic need satisfaction as identified by Maslow's hierarchy and emotional eating. According to Modeling and Role-Modeling theory,...
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