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[The acquisition of moral competences].

Nursing Quebec

Lambert C.
PMID: 1501809
Nurs Que. 1992 May-Jun;12(3):64-9.

No abstract available.

A group experience for elderly patients with organic brain syndrome.

Health & social work

Allen KS.
PMID: 992499
Health Soc Work. 1976 Nov;1(4):61-9. doi: 10.1093/hsw/1.4.61.

No abstract available.

The evaluation process.

The New Zealand nursing journal. Kai tiaki

Edward C.
PMID: 1060953
N Z Nurs J. 1975 Dec;68(12):16-7.

No abstract available.

The Older Americans Act Congregate Meals Program: a review of policies, goals, and results.

Medicine and law

Schwartz TR.
PMID: 3613891
Med Law. 1987;6(4):313-27.

No abstract available.

Change in student physicians' views on authority relationships with patients.

Journal of health and social behavior

Lavin B, Haug M, Belgrave LL, Breslau N.
PMID: 3680919
J Health Soc Behav. 1987 Sep;28(3):258-72.

No abstract available.

Sex differences in the classification of children as mildly mentally retarded.

Upsala journal of medical sciences. Supplement

Richardson SA, Koller H, Katz M.
PMID: 3328381
Ups J Med Sci Suppl. 1987;44:83-8.

A consistent finding in epidemiological studies of mild mental retardation (MMR) is a somewhat higher prevalence of boys than girls. Our own study in Aberdeen agreed with these findings. Examination of the numbers of boys and girls at different...

Residual disability in survivors of stroke--the Framingham study.

The New England journal of medicine

Gresham GE, Fitzpatrick TE, Wolf PA, McNamara PM, Kannel WB, Dawber TR.
PMID: 1178004
N Engl J Med. 1975 Nov 06;293(19):954-6. doi: 10.1056/NEJM197511062931903.

Of 123 survivors of documented completed stroke from the Framingham Cohort, 119 received objective evaluations of functional status along with an equal number of controls matched for age and sex. Of the stroke survivors, 16 per cent were institutionalized,...

The myths and needs of contemporary youth.

Adolescent psychiatry

Levine SV.
PMID: 3618934
Adolesc Psychiatry. 1987;14:48-62.

No abstract available.

A longitudinal study of onset of drinking among high-school students.

Journal of studies on alcohol

Margulies RZ, Kessler RC, Kandel DB.
PMID: 881844
J Stud Alcohol. 1977 May;38(5):897-912. doi: 10.15288/jsa.1977.38.897.

During the course of the school year 30% of high-school abstainers started using distilled spirits. The influence of intra- and interpersonal characteristics on beginning to drink is assessed.

Attachment behavior: a validation study in two age groups.

Child development

Feldman SS, Ingham ME.
PMID: 1183265
Child Dev. 1975 Jun;46(2):319-30.

To assess the validity of attachment scores derived from the Ainsworth "strange situation," 56 1-year-olds and 79 2-year-olds accompanied by either the mother, the father, or a brief acquaintance were studied. Proximity to the adult, duration of play, crying,...

Transition programs for new graduates. How effective are they?.

Journal of nursing staff development : JNSD

Schempp CM, Rompre RM.
PMID: 3531433
J Nurs Staff Dev. 1986;2(4):150-6.

No abstract available.

New perspectives on homelessness: findings from a statewide epidemiological study.

Hospital & community psychiatry

Roth D, Bean GJ.
PMID: 3721438
Hosp Community Psychiatry. 1986 Jul;37(7):712-9. doi: 10.1176/ps.37.7.712.

The social problem of homelessness is of increasing concern to mental health professionals. In a large-scale study of homelessness in Ohio, data were collected in face-to-face interviews with 979 homeless people in 19 counties. The median length of homelessness...

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