Christina G. Wong

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Using a sample of 329 currently depressed patients from 24 hospitals across China, this study assesses the reliability and validity of the Chinese version of Beck Depression Inventory (CBDI). Even though the internal reliability and the concurrent validity were good (Cronbach alpha = 0.846; r = 0.566), the results showed that the item of Loss of Libido was(More)
PURPOSE/OBJECTIVE Personality has been linked to cognitive appraisal and health outcomes; however, research specific to traumatic brain injury (TBI) has been sparse. Gray's theory of behavioral inhibition system and behavioral activation system (BIS/BAS) offers a neurobiologic view of personality that may be especially relevant to neurobehavioral change(More)
NEUROBIOLOGICAL CORRELATES OF PERSONALITY AND EMOTIONAL<lb>EXPRESSION IN TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY<lb>by Christina G. Wong<lb>December 2013<lb>Advisor: Dr. Lisa J. Rapport<lb>Major: Psychology (Clinical)<lb>Degree: Master of Arts Many individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI) experience cognitive, emotional, and<lb>functional deficits, all of which can(More)
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