Advances in Psychology Research : Volume 130 Hardback
Edited by Alexandra M. Columbus
In chapter one, Sarah Turner, Nathan Nickel, PhD, Marni Brownell, PhD, Jennifer Theule, PhD, and Tracie O.
Afifi, PhD, present a study with the goal to determine the correlation between infant feeding and subsequent hyperactive or inattentive behaviours and ADHD diagnosis.
In chapter two, Nikolay Bokhan continues with a study on research and development of pathogenetic mechanisms and relationship between gender and heroin addiction, their clinical expression, and differentiated rehabilitation.
In chapter three, Daniel L. Wann, Ryan K. Zapalac, Frederick G. Grieve, Jason R. Lanter, and Ted B. Peetz investigate the link between increased access to legal sports gambling and fandom, including sports interest and consumption behaviours, and present their findings.
In chapter four, a study evaluating behavioural activation intervention applied to non-professional caregivers with elevated depressive symptoms via conference calling is discussed by Fernando L.
Vazquez, Patricia Otero, Vanessa Blanco, Lara Lopez, and Angela Torres.
In chapter five, the impact and consequences of DV, the utility of psychotherapy services in aiding stay-leave decision making, and the complications encountered by rural DV victims in accessing such services are described by Kendal Binion and Matt J Gray.
In chapter six, studies on Dimethytryptamine are discussed by Juan Acosta-Urquidi, PhD.
In chapter seven, Igor A. Kelmanson, MD, PhD examines the link between caesarean deliveries on maternal request and increased psychological problems in children.
In chapter eight, a final study is presented with the goal to understand the link between clinical insight and cognitive insight.
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 228 pages
- Publisher: Nova Science Publishers Inc
- Publication Date: 01/10/2017
- Category: Research methods: general
- ISBN: 9781536125139