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Theory and research concerning sexual orientation has been restricted in its scope and influence by the lack of clear and widely accepted definitions of terms like heterosexual, bisexual, and homosexual. In an attempt to better demarcate and understand the complexities of human sexual attitudes, emotions, and behavior, the Klein Sexual Orientation Grid(More)
BACKGROUND Individuals with schizophrenia use psychoactive substances more frequently than the general population. The genetic vulnerability to develop schizophrenia may also increase risk for the development of substance use disorders. We examine this hypothesis by assessing the rates of substance use disorders and nicotine use in non-psychotic siblings of(More)
(2010). Shame proneness and guilt proneness: Toward the further understanding of reactions to public and private transgressions. Abstract In Study 1, participants completed five extant shame and guilt proneness inventories based on different theoretical conceptions of the difference between shame and guilt. Factor analyses revealed that despite very(More)
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to estimate the effect of the Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP) approach compared with usual outpatient rehabilitation on activity and participation in people <3 months poststroke. METHODS An exploratory, single-blind, randomized controlled trial, with a usual-care control arm, was(More)
The objective of the study was to determine how performance on cognitive assessments administered in the subacute phase of mild stroke change or remain stable over time. A prospective longitudinal cohort pilot study was used to assess the cognitive status of participants with mild stroke (n = 20) at two time points: (1) within 3 weeks post-discharge from(More)
Objective. To compare participation in moderate to high intensity physical activities in persons before and after a mild stroke. Methods. We used data from the Cognitive Rehabilitation and Research Group to examine changes in moderate to high intensity physical activity participation in persons who had a mild stroke as defined by an NIH Stroke Scale score(More)
The purpose of this study was to determine the presence of executive function deficits immediately after mild stroke that are known to impact participation in home, work, and community life. Individuals with mild stroke who were discharged from the acute setting to the home with few or no rehabilitation services were assessed within 1 week after discharge(More)
Antidepressive medication may cause impairment of psychomotor functioning relevant to psychosocial adaptation and fitness to drive. This impairment seems to be less severe by activating antidepressants (SSRI, MAOI). In clinical settings, however, polypharmacological treatment of depressive disorders is frequent. This study evaluates the influence of(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the feasibility and preliminary effect of metacognitive strategy training (MCST) on cognitive performance and on neural connectivity in the frontoparietal network in women with chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment (CICI) following treatment for breast cancer. METHODS A single-group pre/post study was conducted. After completing(More)