Dorel Harms

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The present study deals with the problem of whether early forms of compassion are already evident in the first year of life. For this purpose, tape recordings of other children crying were played as acoustic stimuli to 210 newborns and infants. Vocal and motor reactions were observed, and numerous measures were evaluated. It was found that a) children cry(More)
UNLABELLED OBJECTIVE To examine the relationship between nurse staffing and patient perceptions of nursing care in a convenience sample of 40 California hospitals. BACKGROUND Growing concern about the adequacy of nurse staffing has led to an increased emphasis on research exploring the relationships between nurse staffing and patient outcomes. Patient(More)
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