This study developed two self-report scales to measure forms and functions of self-criticism and self-reassurance and explore their relationship to depression. It indicates a need for more detailed research into the variations of self-criticism and the mechanisms for developing self-reassurance.
Analyses of longitudinal data on crime and delinquency need to address individual-level effects to better understand factors like social context that may contribute to their association, and to devise targeted interventions.
Adult-trained medical subspecialists provide care to 1 in 10 children seeking subspecialty care overall, and to 1 in 6 children with a >90- minute travel time to a pediatric referral center; disparities in use of pediatric versus adult-trained subspecialists are also associate with race and neighborhood income.
Conjoint analysis, used to capture consumer preferences for designing products, can be used to package more effective mental health services for low-income Hispanics within a community-based participatory research framework.
The total cost of caring for people in the United States with dementia in 2010 was estimated to be between $159 and $215 billion. As the nation's population ages, these costs will soar. Lawmakers could consider policy changes that support family caregivers and expand Medicaid eligibility.
In 2014 a new model for liaison and diversion schemes, which identify people with vulnerabilities in the criminal justice system, was implemented in ten areas of England. This evaluation looks at the implementation of the new model in these sites.
Pittsburgh Public Schools can reach new levels of excellence if its leadership boldly and wisely chooses initiatives that will serve all children and if it uses data to decide which initiatives should continue.