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Child Maltreatment, other Trauma Exposure, and Posttraumatic Symptomatology among Children with Oppositional Defiant and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorders
Consecutive child psychiatric outpatient admissions with disruptive behavior or adjustment disorders were assessed by validated instruments for trauma exposure and posttraumatic stress disorderExpand
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Predicting posttraumatic stress after hospitalization for pediatric injury.
OBJECTIVE To determine the prevalence and predictors of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in children after hospitalizations for accidental injuries. METHOD Forty-eight children (aged 7-17Expand
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Acute stress disorder symptomatology during hospitalization for pediatric injury.
OBJECTIVE To examine and identify predictors of acute stress disorder (ASD) and ASD symptomatology (ASDS) in children hospitalized for injuries. METHOD Fifty-four youths were assessed whileExpand
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Building Connections: An Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis of Qualitative Research Students’ Learning Experiences
This paper describes a phenomenological study in which the authors explored students’ experiences learning qualitative research in a variety of academic fields. Semi-structured in-depth interviewsExpand
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The experience of breast cancer survivors’ participation in important activities during and after treatments
Introduction This study compares breast cancer survivors’ experiences of participating in activities important to them, both during and after breast cancer treatment. Method Eight survivors betweenExpand
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Notalgia paresthetica: successful treatment with exercises.
Notalgia paresthetica (NP) presents typically as a unilateral localized itch in the midscapular area. Although the pathogenesis of NP has not been fully elucidated, it is widely believed to be aExpand
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Oscillatory MEG Motor Activity Reflects Therapy-Related Plasticity in Stroke Patients
Background. A goal of stroke rehabilitation is to harness the capacity of the brain to reorganize following neurological damage and enable restoration of function. Objective. To understand how neuralExpand
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Nerve Stimulation Enhances Task-Oriented Training in Chronic, Severe Motor Deficit After Stroke: A Randomized Trial
Background and Purpose— A sensory-based intervention called peripheral nerve stimulation can enhance outcomes of motor training for stroke survivors with mild-to-moderate hemiparesis. FurtherExpand
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Safety and improvement of movement function after stroke with atomoxetine: A pilot randomized trial
Background: Intensive, task-oriented motor training has been associated with neuroplastic reorganization and improved upper extremity movement function after stroke. However, to optimize suchExpand
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