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Care receiving : the relationship between attachment and reactions to being helped, relationship functioning, and perceived quality of life in a sample of individuals with multiple sclerosis
In healthy adult relationships both participants serve as attachment figures and caregivers, with each partner seeking and providing care for the other as needed (Hazan & Shaver, 1987). However, chronic illness may result ...
"The grief never goes away" : a study of meaning reconstruction and long-term grief in parents' narratives of perinatal loss
The purpose of this dissertation was to explore the experience of long term grief following a perinatal loss. In particular, the processes of meaning reconstruction and self-changes stemming from perinatal loss were explored ...
The perfectionism model of binge eating : idiographic and nomothetic tests of an integrative model
Perfectionism is implicated in the onset, course, and remission of disordered eating (Bastiani, Rao, Weltzin, & Kaye, 1995; Bruch, 1979; Cockell et al., 2002; Stice, 2002; Tozzi, et al., 2005; Vohs, Bardone, Joiner, & ...
Predicting Alzheimer disease using premorbid neuropsychological performance
Individuals with Alzheimer Disease (AD) exhibit deficits across multiple cognitive domains years before clinical diagnosis, when they are in the preclinical stages of the disease. Four studies were conducted to (a) examine ...
Factors mediating the sex difference observed In targeting tasks
Targeting is a skill that involves the accurate projection of an object to a target; this requires accurate integration of visual information with spatial and motor skills. Targeting tasks demonstrate a consistent male ...
The criminal career profile : a measure of criminal careers
The term criminal career is used to describe the course or progress of criminal activity: its onset, duration, termination, severity, and change in severity. Such a term has important implications, given that significant ...