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Social-emotional dysfunction in middle school students: The role of anxiety on the experience of peer victimization and eating disorder symptoms
This study explored the impact of anxiety and its subtypes on the relation between peer victimization and eating disorder risk within an early adolescent sample in the context of the Social Information Processing model. ...
The effect of wraparound practice ideology and care coordinator practices on client outcomes
Use of the wraparound philosophy in program implementation is widespread across the country, though evidence of linkages between adherence to this philosophy and client outcomes is limited. In Erie County, NY, this philosophy ...
Managing a Daughter's Eating Disorder: The Mothers' Experiences
Eating disorders are serious mental illnesses that often occur in female adolescents and, at times, require a caregiver to help manage care and treatment. Interviews, guided loosely by a list of pertinent questions, were ...
The impact of child-related variables and caregiver-related variables in affecting the quality of life of caregivers of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the quality of life [QOL] (physical health and mental health) of caregivers of children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) by examining various child-related and caregiver-related ...
A preliminary examination of the associations among worksite environment, worksite health culture, and modifiable employee health risk
In recent years, the focus of worksite health promotion has begun to shift from the individual employee to the worksite environment and health culture. The purpose of this study was to examine the cross-sectional associations ...
The association between alcohol intake and the World Health Organization's criteria T-score groups in postmenopausal women
BACKGROUND: There is some evidence showing that moderate intake of alcohol consumption may be associated with increased bone mineral density, especially in postmenopausal women, however not all studies have supported this ...