M B Natta

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As part of a longitudinal study of family coping with pediatric leukemia, 28 former patients (16 male; 12 female; M age = 19.1 years) and their parents (23 mothers; 12 fathers) participated in a follow-up study at 10 years posttreatment. Measures included the Current Adjustment Rating Scale, the Brief Symptom Inventory, the Ways of Coping Scale, the Family(More)
Six psychiatry inpatients were observed during mealtimes to determine and evaluate staff intervention techniques. To extend and further elaborate the findings of a previous work (Pines, Kupst, Natta, & Schulman, 1985), staff behaviors (positive, punitive, isolating, and neutral) were investigated for their potential relationship to subsequent child(More)
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