Edward Raleigh

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The implications of behavioral analysis for practice and research have significant potential for nursing. This present study was conducted to determine the effectiveness of nurses and patients actively participating in behavioral analysis and the implementation of behavioral strategies in order to improve the patients' self-management of their Type II(More)
The specific aims of this study were to develop a questionnaire and conduct a survey of college students 18-22 years of age, in order to determine (1) their perception of being vulnerable and susceptible to health problems and (2) their interest in receiving help and information about health maintenance. Material from four 2-h focus groups provided the(More)
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