Browsing Family Studies and Human Services by Published Date "2009"

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Browsing Family Studies and Human Services by Published Date "2009"

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  • Sellers, Debra M.; Crocker, Andrew B.; Nichols, Allison; Kirby, Sarah D.; Brintnall-Peterson, Mary (2009)
    The Family Caregiving Community of Practice, part of eXtension, provides a national one-stop site for Extension's caregiving educational resources. The developmental process of this community's creation is discussed within ...
  • Sellers, Debra M. (2009)
    As a gerontologist with 18 years of experience providing services to older adults and their families, mostly in nursing homes, I am curious about progressive models and innovative methods of caring for older adults. ...
  • Hamilton, Stacy; Goff, Briana S. Nelson; Crow, Janet R.; Reisbig, Allison M.J. (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2009)
    Research traditionally has focused on the development of symptoms in those who experienced war-trauma directly but overlooked the impact of trauma in the partners of soldiers. The current study reports data from 45 couples ...
  • Stith, Sandra M.; Liu, Ting; Davies, L. Christopher; Boykin, Esther L.; Alder, Meagan C.; Harris, Jennifer M.; Som, Anurag; McPherson, Mary; Dees, J. E. M. E. G. (2009)
    This review presents the results of a series of meta-analyses identifying the relative strength of various risk factors for child physical abuse and neglect. Data from 155 studies examining 39 different risk factors were ...
  • Grable, John E.; McGill, Samantha; Britt, Sonya L. (2009)
    Older individuals are generally assumed to be less risk tolerant compared to others. The purpose of this research was to test how accurately working adults at different ages in the lifespan estimate their risk-taking ...
  • Sellers, Debra M. (2009)
    This first person narrative details an illuminating and personal insight that transpired for the author, a gerontologist. Her attitudes about growing older, the meaning of old age, and implicit ageist views are challenged ...