Jane Sheehan

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OBJECTIVE To determine the benefits of a low intensity parent-toddler language promotion programme delivered to toddlers identified as slow to talk on screening in universal services. DESIGN Cluster randomised trial nested in a population based survey. SETTING Three local government areas in Melbourne, Australia. PARTICIPANTS Parents attending 12(More)
iii Acknowledgements Maine's competency model for child welfare caseworkers reflects the labor, insight, and contributions of many people. We would like to express appreciation to the following individuals and organizations whose assistance has been invaluable: Members of the Systems Operations Committee and the Preservice Committee for assistance in the(More)
Fifty adult stutterers entering therapy at the UCLA Psychology Clinic were administered the Rorschach, with a Klopfer method inquiry, scoring, form level rating, and calculation of scores on the Rorschach Prognostic Rating Scale (RPRS). On the basis of independent clinician ratings of attitudinal or psychotherapeutic improvement, subjects were divided into(More)
In the light of recent breakthrough in the study of schizophrenia indicating a far stronger genetic factor than has been previously suspected, the role of heredity in stuttering is critically reexamined. Present knowledge of the role of heredity in stuttering springs from four principal data sources: (1) studies of familial incidence; (2) spontaneous(More)
The self-disclosure styles of Mexican Americans and their possible role in the limited participation of Mexican Americans in mental health services were explored. Ninety-four Mexican American and 93 Anglo American junior college students listened to one of four therapist introductions, then responded to questionnaires designed to measure self disclosure and(More)
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