Joy E Mitchell

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Using an anonymous questionnaire survey this study aimed to determine patients' knowledge of professional qualifications and which healthcare professionals are required to have undergone medical school training. Four hundred patients were questioned equally distributed between four general practices in Roehampton, London. The mean age of the sample was 43(More)
OBJECTIVE This study examined (a) occupational therapists' attitudes about spirituality in practice on the basis of whether they identified themselves as religious, (b) whether their personal definition of spirituality related to their religiousness, (c) whether their definition related to their attitude about spirituality in practice, and (d) the methods(More)
Genetic and environmental origins of individual differences in masculine and feminine personality attributes were investigated in a sample of 38 monozygotic and 32 dizygotic twin pairs (total N = 140) during pre- and early adolescence. Self-report measures of both masculine and feminine characteristics were obtained for each child using 2 standardized(More)
Women's perceptions of and responses to explicitly erotic stimuli have been shown to vary across the menstrual cycle. The present study examined responses to implicit eroticism. A total of 83 women provided reactions to paintings by Georgia O'Keeffe in 6 day intervals over the course of 1 month. Among freely cycling women (n = 37), 31% of their descriptions(More)
Community-acquired bacterial meningitis in Vermont children under 5 years of age was recognized less frequently in 1967-1970 in those towns with low total hospitalization rates than in towns with hospitalization rates above 15 admissions per 100 population. Using the towns with high hospitalization rates as a norm, it was found that towns with fewer(More)
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