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Some comparisons of the time and pitch characteristics of conversation and public address of selected speakers
This study examined the effects of the music on immediate improvements to on–task performance in children with attention difficulties. Specific modulated music designed by Therapeutic Listening was used as the intervention ...
Chinese-Americans' perception of therapy: A qualitative study
The purpose of this study was to generate data that would help describe the experience and perception of therapy by the Chinese-American clients. The research questions addressed issues related to the length of treatment, ...
An investigation of clients' perception of humor and its use in therapy
The purpose of this study was to describe clients' perception of their experiences with humor in therapy. Previous research on the issue focused on therapists' views. Literature indicates humor can be beneficial in coping ...
Persistence in honoring self as expressed in the lives of ordained Southern Baptist women
The purpose of this study was to examine the lives of selected women in search of clues as to what enabled some of them to persist in pursuit of their self-defined life purposes despite opposition and resistance to that ...
The influence of social support on coping with Peyronie's Disease
The influence of social support on coping with Peyronie's Disease was examined in 68 men by means of a questionnaire. Disease duration ranged from 3 months to ten years. Patient age ranged from 30 to 78 years with a mean ...
Parental influences in getting children "ready to learn"
This research project examined the effects of parent-child reading sessions have on Head Start children's language development. The subjects for this study were 16 Head Start students and parent pairs. The control group ...