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Procedural justice theory posits that the process by which disputes are resolved influences perceptions of fairness and satisfaction with outcomes, even if the outcomes are unfavorable. Within the… Expand
The primary aim of this study was to evaluate the stability (i.e., consistency of patients' responses over time) of newly developed scales to measure the admission experience of psychiatric… Expand
Half a decade ago, the Zinermon court announced the need for clinicians to evaluate the competence of people with mental illness to consent to voluntary hospital admission, but the court did not… Expand
This article provides a conceptual and practical framework called the Ecology of Outcomes. Based on this framework, agencies that serve children and families build and use outcome-oriented… Expand