Susan L Jones

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There is both a theoretical and clinical need to develop a questionnaire that assesses a range of addictive behaviours. The Shorter PROMIS Questionnaire (SPQ) is a 16-scale self-report instrument assessing the use of nicotine, recreational drugs, prescription drugs, gambling, sex, caffeine, food bingeing, food starving, exercise, shopping, work,(More)
Researchers are commonly faced with the problem of missing data. This article presents theoretical and empirical information for the selection and application of approaches for handling missing data on a single variable. An actual data set of 492 cases with no missing values was used to create a simulated yet realistic data set with missing at random (MAR)(More)
The present study attempted to replicate and extend a behavioral skill training package developed by Chaney, O'Leary, & Marlatt (1978) to a group of alcoholics of higher socio-economic status than the population originally studied. Subjects receiving the skill training package, which consisted of behavioral rehearsal of coping responses generated for(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to examine the validity of the Peabody Developmental Gross Motor Scale (PDMS-GM) as an evaluative measure of infants receiving physical therapy. SUBJECTS AND METHODS Infants who attended an early intervention program (N = 124) were grouped by diagnosis: cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, hydrocephalus,(More)
The purpose of this article is to provide an historical overview of the clinical nurse specialist and nurse practitioner roles in psychiatric nursing. This article is written as a follow-up to that of Dyer, Hammill, Regan-Kubinski, Yurick, & Kobert, (1997), Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 11, 2-11, in which a new paradigm for delivering comprehensive(More)
An abbreviated breath test for detecting the disulfiram metabolite carbon disulfide (CS2) was evaluated in an analogue investigation of the sensitivity of the test in identifying disulfiram and non-disulfiram intake in a group of 14 alcoholic inpatients. Disulfiram (250 mg) was administered within an ABAB repeated measures design over a 12-day period with(More)