William J. Reid

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The relation of marital discord to the behavior problems of children was examined through a meta-analysis of the results of prior research. The sample comprised all published studies through 1988 that met criteria for the meta-analysis and that could be located through a combined computer and hand search of the literature. Marital discord included conflict,(More)
While monitoring the occurrence of toxigenic moulds in foods, using a bioassay screen, it was shown that an isolate of Wallemia sebi produced toxic effects in several of the bioassays. The toxic metabolite was isolated and purified using solvent extraction, TLC and HPLC coupled with the brine shrimp assay to monitor the toxic fractions. The purified toxin,(More)
This article describes a geriatric case management practice approach developed in a hospital-based program for clients living in the community. The model integrates concepts of case management and the brief treatment strategies of the task-centered model. First the rationale for the case management model will be presented, followed by a description of the(More)
In the warm wet Interior Douglas-fir biogeoclimatic subzone (IDFww), mechanical and herbicide site preparation and brushing treatments have been used to establish planted conifers. These silviculture treatments have been prescribed to control grass and shrub competition which rapidly develops after harvesting. Many of these sites, especially those with a(More)
Initial studies of home-based family counseling programs have demonstrated success in keeping children out of institutional placements: little is known, however, about the characteristics of families or children or service utilization that might predict program success. This study of families where placement was avoided and families where a child ended up(More)
In a family-centered diagnostic assessment program for youths adjudicated as P.I.N.S. or J.D., placement in short-term foster homes was combined with outreach efforts to engage families in family counseling. Results demonstrated positive feedback by parents and a sharp reduction in the percentage of youths needing institutional placements.
This article describes a geriatric case management practice approach developed in a hospital-based program for clients living in the community. The model integrates concepts of case management and the brief treatment strategies of the task-centered model. First the rationale for the case management model will be presented, followed by a description of the(More)