Cliff Chamberlin

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This study examined whether viewing a documentary that depicts individuals with schizophrenia can reduce psychiatric stigma. One hundred and sixty-three individuals were randomly assigned to one of four conditions: no documentary film, documentary about polar bears, documentary about fears of being overweight, and documentary about schizophrenia.(More)
The present investigation sought to distinguish hope from optimism in the context of a 10-wk. prospective study involving reports of health outcomes. Gottschalk's (1985) Hope Scale and Scheier and Carver's (1987) Life Orientation Test which assesses optimism were given to subjects, along with a health questionnaire. Ten weeks later subjects were given a(More)
The sensory and motor functioning of normal children (N = 119) ages 4 to 13 years old were examined for developmental and sex differences in relation to neuropsychological functioning. Sensory and motor subtests of the Dean-Woodcock Neuropsychological Assessment System (D-WNAS), a standardized instrument, were administered. Significant differences between(More)
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