Shae Johnson

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The 60-item version of the Boston Naming Test (BNT) was administered to a group of 176 normal older adults in Middle Tennessee ranging in age from 60 to 93 years. Results are reported in five age groupings by gender and education. Although a few studies have previously examined the performance of the elderly on the BNT, the current study attempted to(More)
The conditions of incarceration and the sociodemographic and health characteristics of 95 older male inmates of a federal correctional facility were studied to determine the relationship of such variables to rates of psychiatric disorder among older male inmates. A total of 51 inmates (53.7 percent) met one-month criteria for psychiatric disorder, a much(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine associations between indicators of social disadvantage and emotional and behavioral difficulties in children aged 4-7 years. STUDY DESIGN This cross-sectional study was based on data collected in a questionnaire completed by parents of children enrolled in their first year of school in Victoria, Australia, in 2010. Just over 57000(More)
AIM We aimed to identify key socioeconomic and health factors that are associated with a child's likelihood of being retained in kindergarten prior to commencing first year of school in Australian children. METHODS We used data linked from the School Entrant Health Questionnaire administered to children commencing school in 2012 (N = 42 002). Kindergarten(More)
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