David M. Feldman

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The objective of the study was to better understand the perceptions and needs of multigenerational Deaf adults related to mental health services. A survey sampled participants who were between 20 and 85 years old and Deaf. Questions were developed to identify the perspectives of Deaf adults related to the availability of mental health services, preferences(More)
The Mini-Mental State Exam (MMSE) is commonly used to screen cognitive function in a clinical setting. The measure has been published in over 50 languages; however, the validity and reliability of the MMSE has yet to be assessed with the culturally Deaf elderly population. Participants consisted of 117 Deaf senior citizens, aged 55-89 (M = 69.44, SD =(More)
Researchers have argued that narrative provides insight into teachers' thinking and a model for the storage of knowledge about teaching. Concurrently, however, there are numerous cautions about using narratives as data sources. The present study addresses two problems: the limits of narrative as a data source and the feasibility of productively analyzing(More)
  • RABBI DAVID M. FELDMAN, Rabbis Kassel Abelson, +9 authors Barry S. Rosen
  • 2005
This paper was adopted as a Majority Opinion on August 23, 1983 by a vote of 16-0-1. Members voting in favor: Rabbis Kassel Abelson, Ephraim L. Bennett, Ben Zion Bokser, David M. Feldman, Morris Feldman, Edward M. Gershfield, Robert Gordis, Wolfe Kelman, David H. Lincoln, George Pollak, Mayer E. Rabinowitz, Barry S. Rosen, Morris M. Shapiro, Harry Z. Sky,(More)
This paper was adopted as a Majority Opinion on August 23, 1983 by a vote of 15-0-2. Members voting in favor: Rabbis Kassel Abelson, Ephraim L. Bennett, Ben Zion Bokser, David M. Feldman, Morris Feldman, Robert Gordis, Wolfe Kelman, David H. Lincoln, George Pollak, Mayer E. Rabinowitz, Barry S. Rosen, Morris M. Shapiro, Harry Z. Sky, Henry A. Sosland and(More)