Allyson Waite

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The present research was designed to test the hypothesis that children would compete more in tetrads than in dyads. Twenty-two pairs of male and 14 pairs of female target children (N = 72) played a competitive game in both tetrads and dyads. Consistent with the hypothesis, male target children competed more in tetrads than in dyads. This hypothesis was not(More)
OBJECTIVES Recent research has highlighted the influence of psychosocial factors on the course of dementia, and previous studies have demonstrated an association between the experience of life events and depression. This study aimed to investigate the interrelationships between life events, depression and social support in people with dementia. DESIGN(More)
BACKGROUND Research has highlighted the influence of psychosocial factors on the wellbeing of carers of people with dementia. This study aimed to investigate the interrelationships between life events, depression and social support in carers of people with dementia. METHOD Participants were 72 carers of people with dementia. They were interviewed using(More)
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