Jennifer N. McDonald

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The proportion of marriages that end in divorce can be estimated from vital registration or from census data. The former source suggests considerably higher levels of divorce than does the latter. A new series, combinig the two sources, is presented for annual marriage cohorts back to 1867. Actual experience to 1970 is traced and a projection beyond that(More)
1. The social function needs of persons with schizophrenia are similar to those of all individuals and include typical social roles, integration and contacts, and intimacy and sexual function. 2. Social function is essential to QOL, and aspects of social function are determinants of mental health and mental health outcomes. 3. Although intimacy and sexual(More)
Andersson and Pearson's (1999) seminal article on workplace incivility has paved the way for nearly two decades of research focusing on rude and discourteous behavior at work. We now have a better understanding of the dynamics associated with uncivil workplace interactions including the characteristics of those who instigate and are targeted with workplace(More)
The non-linearities in waveand slamming-induced rigid-body motions and structural responses of ships such as heave, pitch and vertical bending moments are consistently investigated based on a rational timedomain strip method (Xia, Wang and Jensen, 1998). A hydrodynamic model for predicting sectional green water force is also outlined for the investigation(More)
OBJECTIVES This study sought to understand the relationship between volunteer activity and happiness among a sample of older adult New Zealanders. It specifically sought to determine if ethnicity (Māori vs. non-Māori) and economic living standards (ELS) functioned as moderators of the relationship between volunteering and happiness. METHOD Data were(More)
OBJECTIVE In the present study, we examined the relationship between team members' interaction anxiety and team-training effectiveness. BACKGROUND Training in the context of teams can be focused on either individual or team outcomes. Relatedly, the individual differences of team members can hinder or facilitate the effectiveness of training for both(More)
Many have argued that self-care should play a critical role in graduate training in professional psychology (Bamonti et al., 2014; Barnett & Cooper, 2009; Elman & Forrest, 2007; Norcross & Guy, 2007); however, the existing research on the effectiveness of self-care activities for graduate students has produced somewhat mixed results. The purpose of this(More)
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