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STUDY DESIGN Office workers invited and agreeing to participate were assigned to one of three study groups: a group receiving a highly adjustable chair with office ergonomics training, a training-only group, and a control group receiving the training at the end of the study. OBJECTIVE To examine the effect of office ergonomics intervention in reducing(More)
A large-scale field intervention study was undertaken to examine the effects of office ergonomics training coupled with a highly adjustable chair on office workers' knowledge and musculoskeletal risks. Office workers were assigned to one of three study groups: a group receiving the training and adjustable chair (n=96), a training-only group (n=63), and a(More)
The purpose of the present study was to determine if there were differences between high and low hypnotic susceptible subjects based upon fast Fourier power spectral analysis of the EEG recorded both before and during hypnotic tasks from frontal-temporal and occipital-parietal locations. Significant differences were obtained based upon EEG recording(More)
A random sample of 220 counseling center client records at a large Midwestern university, was used to assess reliability and validity of the Outcome Questionnaire-45.2 (OQ-45.2). The center uses the OQ-45.2 at intake. Internal consistency coefficients for the three subscales and the total score were acceptable, with high coefficients for the total score and(More)
The purpose of this study was to explore the relationship of spiritual beliefs and involvement with anger and stress in early adolescents. Early adolescents (n = 53) completed the Spiritual Involvement and Beliefs Scale (Hatch et al. 1998), the State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory (Spielberger 1999), and the Perceived Stress Scale (Cohen and Williamson(More)
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