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Affectometer 2: A scale to measure current level of general happiness
Affectometer 2 is a 5-minute inventory of general happiness or sense of well-being based on measuring the balance of positive and negative feelings in recent experience. Since this scale is directly… Expand
Mild traumatic brain injury and fatigue: A prospective longitudinal study
- J. Norrie, M. Heitger, J. Leathem, T. Anderson, R. Jones, R. Flett
- Brain injury
- 8 November 2010
Primary objective: To examine fatigue prevalence, severity, predictors and co-variates over 6 months post-mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI). Research design: Longitudinal prospective study including… Expand
The Cannabis Use Problems Identification Test (CUPIT): development, reliability, concurrent and predictive validity among adolescents and adults.
AIMS To describe the empirical construction and initial validation of the Cannabis Use Problems Identification Test (CUPIT), a brief self-report screening instrument for detection of currently and… Expand
Stages of change for fruit and vegetable intake and dietary fat modification in Maori women: Some relationships with body attitudes and eating behaviours
We examined the influence of psychological factors (social physique anxiety, dietary self-efficacy), difficulties associated with making dietary changes and food security on stages of change for… Expand
Gender and ethnicity differences in the prevalence of traumatic events: evidence from a New Zealand community sample
One thousand five hundred community residing New Zealand adults were assessed regarding their experience of traumatic events. Sixty-one per cent of those surveyed reported exposure to a traumatic… Expand
Impact of a handicapped child on mental health of parents.
- S. Romans-Clarkson, J. E. Clarkson, +4 authors B. Mullin
- British medical journal
- 29 November 1986
In a cross sectional study the mental health of parents of physically and mentally handicapped preschool children was compared with that of parents of healthy preschool children. The social networks… Expand
Job Satisfaction and Distress in Rehabilitation Professionals: The Role of Organizational Commitment and Conflict
- H. Biggs, R. Flett, K. Voges, F. Alpass
- Journal of Applied Rehabilitation Counseling
- 1 March 1995
We examined relations between organizational perceptions (organizational commitment, organizational conflict) and outcomes (job satisfaction, psychological distress) among a group of 82 New Zealand… Expand
Alcohol knowledge and experience in children aged 9 and 11.
An interview study of New Zealand children initially aged 9 (n = 743) and at the second interview aged 11 (n = 795) investigated the children's knowledge and experience of alcohol. The majority had… Expand
Job stress and professional practice: Implications for rehabilitation educators.
“To tell or not to tell?” Managing a concealable identity in the workplace
- R. Flett
- 1 January 2012
The management of identities, particularly stigmatized identities, represents considerable challenge. This article considers some of the issues around the decision to conceal or reveal a stigmatized… Expand