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The value of support groups for caregivers of a patient with Alzheimer's disease: A family system's perspective
The purpose of this study was two-fold. First, to examine, within a framework of family systems theory, whether or not primary caregivers of a patient with Alzheimer's disease perceive support groups to be a valuable ...
The effect of song writing on chronically ill asthmatic children and their main caregivers
The purpose of this study was to compare the effects of song writing versus no song writing on three family interaction variables (i.e., cohesion, expressiveness, independence). Nineteen chronically ill asthmatic children ...
A survey of contemporary sound sculpture
Sound sculpture and other closely related artforms have become increasingly prevalent within the last few decades. By means of a questionnaire, this study surveyed artists who use sound as an essential aspect of ...
The influence of significant others on adolescents' academic self-concept development
From the theoretical orientation of symbolic interaction, this study investigates adolescents' academic self-concept development as influenced by adolescents' perception of their academic ability by significant others. ...
Evaluation of a nutrition education module as a component of the career orientation of Southern Baptist foreign missionaries
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of a nutrition education module on the nutrition knowledge, flexibility of attitude toward nutrition and attitude about nutrition education of foreign missionaries. The ...
Factors influencing the store patronage of a selected group of women employed in managerial and professional occupations in Northern Louisiana
The purpose of this study was to examine the patronage motives of career women employed in managerial and professional specialty occupations in northern Louisiana. This study investigated career women's demographic ...