J. D. G. Troup A. Reinberg

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Middle-aged and young adults (ns = 201 and 422, respectively) completed an adaptation of the Severity of Violence Against Women Scale and the Elder Abuse Attitudes and Behavioral Intentions Scale--Revised to examine the impact of (a) respondent age, (b) age and gender of perpetrator and victim, and (c) history of experienced violence on perceptions of elder(More)
In summary, the authors found that both selected-subtest and selected-items short forms were highly correlated with the WAIS-R data. Nevertheless, neither method met the t-test and +/- 3-point IQ criteria. Therefore, the short forms examined here do not appear to be valid measures in assessing the intellectual functioning of mentally retarded adults.
ikahashi Kripke 73 ellerup and Ε. T. Mellerup 81 okac 87 1 Cell division cycles and circadian oscillators in Euglena Rhythmic circumnutation movement of the shoots in Phaseolus vulgaris L. Rhythms of locomotion and oxygen consumption in the estuarine amphipod Corophium volutator (Crustacea: Amphipoda) Role of autonomic nervous system in the time-dependent(More)
The present study examined the effectiveness of educational interventions in altering tolerance for and behavioral intentions of elder abuse among college student young adults. Participants were 225 undergraduates who were assigned to one of four educational groups: Elder Abuse Education, Aging Education, Family Education, and a Pre- and Posttest only(More)
One hundred and sixty mentally retarded adults were administered the WAIS-R, and the scatter variability of their test profiles was examined. Compared to the WAIS data of Coolidge et al. (1986), the WAIS-R was less variable in its intratest and intertest scatter. The data support Wechsler's original statements about the characteristics of intelligence test(More)
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