Mary-Beth Young

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BACKGROUND Recent studies using quantitative methods, such as principal component factor analysis, hierarchical cluster analysis and latent class analysis have suggested that Gilles de la Tourette syndrome (GTS) should no longer be considered a unitary condition as in current classification systems. OBJECTIVE To identify quantitative components of GTS(More)
Individuals high or low in self-reported social skill were recruited opportunistically. When presented with everyday social scenarios ending with an awkward request or offer, the high social skill participants more often used sophisticated strategies that showed greater consideration for all parties. By contrast, the low skill participants were more reliant(More)
AIMS This pilot study aimed to explore whether the use of an intervention to increase shared decision-making (Decision Navigation) increased decision self-efficacy and foot-treatment adherence in patients with a diabetic foot ulcer. METHODS Fifty-six patients with a diabetic foot ulcer were randomized to receive Decision Navigation (N = 30) or usual care(More)
Tourette's syndrome (TS) is predominantly a childhood disorder, with many of those who meet diagnostic criteria in childhood experiencing a remission of symptoms in adulthood. This indicates that the influence of TS on cognitive and emotional processing can best be understood by examining performance in both adults and children with TS. The present study(More)
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