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College student knowledge of New York State gaming laws and self-reported gambling participation
The purpose of the exploratory study was to describe college student knowledge of New York State gaming laws, their confidence in the accuracy of their knowledge, and their self-reported willingness to engage in various ...
ALS: The needs of the family caregiver
The goals of this study were to develop a model of the needs of the ALS family caregivers, to assess the quality of life of family caregivers, and to examine the relationship of identified needs and QoL to patient and ...
Intrapersonal factors on acceptance of disabilities for people with traumatic brain injuries
The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between intrapersonal factors (coping, life orientation, locus of control, and self-esteem) and disability acceptance among people with traumatic brain injury (TBI). ...
Play experiences of children with restricted mobility
This study used a phenomenological approach to examine the characteristics of play and perceptions of play experiences of children with restricted mobility. Ten children between six and 12 years of age, with restricted ...
The effect of behavioral intervention on the need for adjunctive medication treatment in children with ADHD
The current study was designed to determine the impact of behavioral intervention on the need for medication in both the home and school setting, as well as to evaluate the dose of medication required as a function on ...