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Education and training for preventing and minimising workplace aggression directed toward healthcare workers
(Cochrane Collaboration, 2015-09)
How do social Interactions with a significant other affect PTSD symptoms? : an empirical investigation with a clinical sample
(Taylor & Francis, 2011-04)
Social support and coping are both related to posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms, but the mechanisms underlying their relationships remain unclear. This study explores these relationships by examining the perceived ...
Evaluation of the Dawson College shooting psychological intervention: moving toward a multimodal extensive plan
(American Psychological Association, 2013)
In 2006, following the shooting at Dawson College, the authorities implemented an intervention plan. This provided an opportunity to analyze the responses to services offered, and afforded a learning opportunity, which led ...
Assessment of the psychosocial predictors of health-related quality of life in a PTSD clinical sample
(American Psychological Association, 2013-03)
Although a wide array of the scientific literature explores the links between posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms, coping strategies, and social support and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) as an outcome ...
There’s More to the Camera’s Obscura Than Meets the Eye
Focussed helium ion channeling through Si nanomembranes
Channeling of low energy (25 to 35 keV) focussed He ions transmitted through crystalline Si (001) nanomembranes (50nm) has been observed using a He ion microscope. Planar (110) and (100) channeling was detected with critical ...
Relative efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy administered by videoconference for posttraumatic stress disorder : a six-month follow-up
(Taylor & Francis, 2011-04)
Until recently, only one study was published on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in individual therapy via videoconference (Germain, Marchand, Bouchard, Drouin, & Guay, 2009); ...
Using single-case experiments to support evidence-based decisions : how much is enough?
Single-case experimental designs
For practitioners, the use of single-case experimental designs (SCEDs) in the research literature raises an important question: How many single-case experiments are enough to have sufficient confidence that an intervention ...
Using computer tablets to assess preference for videos in children with autism
Assessing preference for videos
Using computer tablets, we assessed preference for videos in five children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Then, we provided access to most preferred and less preferred videos contingent on sitting on one of two chairs ...