• Essay
    Illness Trajectory - CL Wiener and MJ Dodd: • Adaptation Sister Calista Roy. Major concepts: stimuli; cognator and regulator processes; physiologic, self-concept, role function, interdependence modes; adaptive response • Goal Attainment Imogene King. Major concepts- interaction, perception...
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  • essay
    tter to Donald Allen, 16 May 1957, f. 24)Alan Marlowe described mental illness as Wieners’s “very special reality,” a gift thatmagically transformed the mundane into poetry. In the forward to John Wieners’s Selected Poems , published in 1986, Allen Ginsberg also praises Wieners’s “magical use of...
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  • Questions for Exam 3
    designed to predict all behaviors beyond criminal and or delinquent? 17)the general theory of crime argues what about self control and stability? 18) which theorist explains the stages and trajectories of deviance of life course theories 19) which of the following is not a component of life course...
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  • Effective Nurse-Patient Communication During Uncertainty in Illness
    in the decision-making capacity of the person affected. Nurses need to identify patients who are at risk for illness-associated uncertainty in order to develop appropriate practice interventions (Kim, Lee, & Lee, 2011). The middle range theory of uncertainty in illness was developed by Dr...
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  • Infamous Serial Killers
    to describe the study and analysis of the Ripper cases. There are over one hundred theories about the Ripper's identity, and the murders have inspired multiple works of fiction. The Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) is a unit of the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation...
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  • Psychology
    during adolescence that lifelong patterns of self-management of and adjustment to chronic health conditions are established. Thus, an increased focus on adolescence in health psychology research is important both to improve the health of adolescents per se and to optimize health trajectories into...
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  • Criminology
    • Gunn et al (1991) – 37% of prisoners had some sort of mental disorder, 2% psychotic. • Birmingham et al (1996) – 26% of remand prisoners suffer from one or more forms of mental illness (exclusive of substance abuse). 4% are psychotic. Schizophrenia • Lindqvist and Allbeck...
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  • Geroge Gershwin
    George Gershwin (1898-1937) George Gershwin, born in Brooklyn, New York on 26 September 1898, was born the second of four children of Morris and Rose Gershovitz, Russians who immigrated to New York in 1891. George and his family lived on Manhattan's lower east side in a poor Jewish...
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  • Anomalies
    Financial Market Anomalies Financial market anomalies are cross-sectional and time series patterns in security returns that are not predicted by a central paradigm or theory. The term anomaly can be traced to Kuhn (1970). Documentation of anomalies often presages a transitional phase toward a new...
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  • Phi103 Final
    or terminal illness. Physician Assisted Suicide is when a physician honors a patient’s voluntary request for a lethal dose of medication to end his or her life. PAS is emotional and controversial and has been compared to other issues such as abortion. PAS is a question of a person’s quality of life...
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  • Contemporary Indigenous Psychology in Australia
    . However, Butler loses appears to lose scope of the context and core “values” attached to our western traditional theories, which fail to accommodate the Indigenous conceptualization of mental illness. Psychological interventions in the cultural context should in turn, control for construct, content...
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  • Health, Ethics and Environment
    US, Canada and the UK. Seventy per cent were female, and ages ranged from 14 to 53, with a median of 26 years. Data were analysed using a thematic approach. While this research found that health and the ethical treatment of animals were the main motivators for participants’ vegetarianism...
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  • shutter island
    the nature of mental illness. Referring to Scorsese's Shutter Island (2010), I correlate abjection with the loss of identity that the film's protagonist experiences, considering how abjection visually manifests in the physical spaces of the asylum, and propels the narrative trajectory forward...
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  • Management of a Long Term Condition
    education: history, definition, outcomes, and mechanisms. Ann Behavioural Medicine 26:1–7. Lubkin, I.M. & Larsen, P.D. (2006) Chronic Illness: Impact and Interventions. London. Jones and Bartlett Publishers. Nursing & Midwifery Council (2008). Nursing & Midwifery Code of Professional...
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  • Young Men and Cancer
    cancer at several points in the illness trajectory. Specifically, women reported better psychosocial adjustment to their cancer due to their greater use of family support and emotion-focused coping strategies. In contrast, men were more likely to use the support of health professionals to adjust to...
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  • Critical Discussion of Psychology as a Science
    , trajectory or momentum when free will is a factor; one cannot assume that somethings behaviour will follow a proposed theory based on an initial observation. Human behaviour is unpredictable and can not be controlled or manipulated, however the views of society can be changed by Psychological...
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  • Sample
    also contracts significantly. The severely adverse scenario includes trajectories for 26 variables. These include 14 variables that capture economic activity, asset prices, and interest rates in the U.S. economy and financial markets and three variables (real GDP growth, inflation, and the U.S...
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  • human
    , 25, 524-543. Thompson, S. C., & Collins, M. A. (1995). Applications of perceived control to cancer: An overview of theory and measurement. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology, 13, 11-26. Thurnher, M. (1983). Turning points and developmental change: Subjective and “objective” assessments. American...
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  • psychopathology
    Psych 103 (Psychopathology) 4/1/14 lifetime prevelance of mental illness throughout life- 46% females are twice as likely to be diagnosed throughout the ages 18-24 critical ages to be diagnosed biracial- more likely to suffer severe mental disorders neuropsychiatritic- takes off 28.47...
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  • Doc.Ca
    Sikhethiwe Msimanga Case No. 2 Student Number: 98827756 HILLCREST MEDICAL CENTER OPERATIVE REPORT Patient Name: Emma Parker Hospital No.: 11259 Date of Admission: 9/26/2011 Date of Surgery: 9/26/2011 Admitting Physician: Sherman Loyd, MD Surgeon: Carol Dodd, MD Preoperative...
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