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Metamorphosis: A Story of Loss, Transformation and Abiding Love
(The Centering Corporation, 2011)
Comparing pre-post change across groups: Guidelines for choosing between difference scores, ANCOVA, and residual change scores.
Psychological researchers often investigate differences between groups in the amount of change from pre-test to post-test. For example, researchers treating a group of depressed students may wish to compare the amount of ...
Beta-Endorphin Concentration After Administration of Sucrose in Preterm Infants
(American Medical Association, 2003)
Background Sucrose is an effective analgesic for procedural pain in preterm infants. It has been hypothesized that its analgesic effects are mediated by the release of endogenous opioid neurotransmitters such as ...
What Patients with Cancer Want to Know About Pain: A Qualitative Study
Research indicates that patients feel more satisfied and obtain better health outcomes when they are able to discuss their questions with their health professionals. A better understanding of cancer patients' questions may ...
The Narrative Use of Disability in Tales of Love and Darkness and Sweet Mud
Mitchell and Snyder suggest a pattern of representation in which the disability is used to inaugurate narrative and provide motivation and backstory for character, obscuring the reality of disability, and usurping the ...
Participation in Special Olympics and Change in Athlete Self-Concept Over 42 Months
(Ontario Association on Developmental Disabilities, 2008)
The present study investigated changes in the self-concept of 49 athletes with intellectual disabilities participating in traditional Special Olympics over a 42-month period. Athletes were interviewed to assess their ...
Towards Equitable Health Policy: A Critical Approach to Canadian Housing Insecurity and Homelessness as Informed by Political Economy and Social Determinants of Health
Housing insecurity and homelessness is a complex phenomenon. Its causes are found in processes at the micro, meso, and macro-levels. In Canada, the rise of economic globalization and neoliberalism contributed to the decline ...
Applying Parse's Theory to Perioperative Nursing
(AORN Journal, 1990-03)
Multiplicity control, school uniforms, and other perplexing debates.
(American Psychological Association, 2017)
Researchers in psychology are frequently confronted with the issue of analyzing multiple relationships simultaneously. For example, this could involve multiple outcome variables or multiple predictors in a regression ...
A Stitch in Time: Mourning the Unnamed
This project uses archival material and artistic production to think through the institutionalization of people labeled with intellectual disabilities, forced textile labour and those who remain unnamed in both records and ...