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The client's helical path : a grounded theory of unsuccessful therapy experiences
A grounded theory methodology, justified by the logic of methodical hermeneutics, was employed to guide both the collection and analysis of data produced from interviews with 11 psychotherapy clients who reported having ...
Recovery from childhood abuse : a cultural context
The purpose of the present research was to examine and understand, within a cultural context, the subjective experiences of recovery from child abuse of adults who have not sought the help of mental health professionals. ...
Children's memories of dental procedures : effect of question type, individual differences and temporal delay
This study explored external and internal factors and their effect on children’s memory of a naturalistic, potentially stressful event, namely, a dental procedure. Specifically, question format (yes/no questions versus ...
Forgiveness of others and self-forgiveness In the context of interpersonal conflict
An integrative model of interpersonal conflict and forgiveness was proposed, and a small number of the relationships within the model were tested. The expectation was that for participants who reported an interpersonal ...
Sense of community among Ukrainian Catholic young adults : a qualitative view
﻿This study explored the experiences of young adult members of a Ukrainian Catholic community in Western Canada using the concept of sense of community as a conceptual framework. Psychological sense of community ...
Coping behaviour and outcome in two pain populations : a general adult population with neck or low back pain & individuals suffering from pain due to motor-vehicle Injuries
The role of coping behaviour in the adjustment of pain sufferers has received much attention in recent years. However, despite the abundance of research, there are still some gaps in the literature. For example, little ...