Ric Blackburn

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  • R Blackburn
  • 1975
Personality profiles of 79 non-psychotic male offenders admitted to a security hospital were subjected to a cluster analysis. Four profile types were generated, classifying four-fifths of the sample, and differences were found between the types in previous antisocial behaviour. Two of the types were identifiable as primary and secondary psychopaths, while(More)
Community Men’s Sheds (CMS) have been a unique approach within Australia for addressing and promoting men’s health and well-being issues by providing biopsychosocial support. Given the decline of traditional religious influence, and the contemporary understanding of ‘spirituality’, it can be argued that CMS may also develop and demonstrate characteristics(More)
Senior and junior mentor/mentee nursing school faculty were studied with respect to their research output, and compared to other senior and junior faculty not having a mentor relationship. Mentoring turns out to be multidimensional. Being a mentee's advocate, socializing her to the organization, and encouraging her dream have little effect on output.(More)
Faculty attitudes toward collective bargaining at a prestigious public medical school indicate considerable ambivalence toward unionization. As might be expected, salary dissatisfaction is the greatest cause of faculty discontent; however, it is not the most important factor in favoring collective strength. The irony is that the faculty members most in(More)