Mary-Kate Hannah

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Research that combines correlational and experimental approaches in a search for aptitude-treatment interactions (ATI) is both inescapable and of potential benefit to the field. A number of epistemological and methodological issues regarding ATI research are discussed, ranging from the meaning of interaction to questions regarding the number of aptitudes(More)
The study objective was to evaluate the effect of a patient information video during the informed consent process of a perinatal trial. Ninety women, between 19 and 33 weeks gestation, were randomised to receive written information about this perinatal trial and watch an information video or to receive written information only. Participants completed a(More)
The epidemiology of smoking, and contemporary and historical accounts of tobacco consumption, together suggest that the patterning of smoking by class, gender and gender role identities may differ markedly for people born at different stages in the establishment and demise of smoking in the 20th century. Here, we report an analysis that examines this(More)
This study generated an empirical, statistically based typology that used both symptom data and social functioning dimensions to define subtypes of seriously mentally ill patients. The intent of using social functioning information was to explore the degree to which it improves clinicians' understanding of and treatment planning for diverse subgroups of(More)
This study seeks to assess effective functioning within Erikson's epigenetic theory of development, in a sample of 143 Elderhostel participants who were administered the Inventory of Psychosocial Balance (IPB) and the California Psychological Inventory (CPI) Self-Realization (Sr) scale. A correlational analysis indicated no major systematic sex differences,(More)
There is a subpopulation of the seriously mentally ill who remain acute care recidivists, rarely becoming engaged in follow-up treatment. It has been argued that these individuals are system, rather than treatment resisters. The perceptions they have of their problems are often in conflict with staff evaluations, or with what the system has to offer. In the(More)
This study investigated the rates of severe substance misuse, severe emotional disturbance, and dual diagnosis in a meal-line population of mixed ethnicity, 75% of whom were homeless and the remainder near-homeless. Alcohol and/or drug use was reported by 93% and severe substance misuse was found in 39% of the population. Severe mental illness was found in(More)
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