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Pre and postnatal Down syndrome determinations: An investigation of past experiences and potential improvements
The experience of receiving a Down syndrome (DS) determination in Canada has not been thoroughly explored. The purpose of this research project was to shed light on the experiences of Canadians receiving pre- or post- natal ...
EXPLORING WOMEN’S EXPERIENCE OF SELF AND BODY IN CHRONIC WEIGHT-LOSS DIETING
Objective: This research project explored women’s experience of selfhood and embodiment in relation to chronic weight-loss dieting. Method: The project included two phenomenological studies. Study One explored the meanings ...
"Becoming a Values-Driven Self-Care User”: Development of a Grounded Theory Model and Group Intervention for Health Students
Self-care is generally understood as a multi-dimensional construct that involves using self-selected strategies in order to achieve a balance between personal and professional life, and to support and promote mental/emotional, ...
A MULTIFACETED EXPLANATION OF ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOUR USING THEORY OF PLANNED BEHAVIOUR, SOCIAL IDENTITY THEORY, AND TECHNIQUES OF NEUTRALIZATION.
The Theory of Planned Behaviour, Social Identity Theory, Cognitive Dissonance, and Techniques of Neutralization were used in this study to investigate whether situational variables could account for antisocial behaviour. ...