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(Frontiers Research Foundation, 2010-03-09)The overall goal of this study was to determine if parasympathetic nervous system (PsNS) activity is a significant biomarker of sensory processing difficulties in children. Several studies have demonstrated that PsNS ...
Usability of a Barcode Scanning System as a Means of Data Entry on a PDA for Self-Report Health Outcome Questionnaires: A Pilot Study in Individuals Over 60 Years of Age (BioMed Central, 2006-12-21)BACKGROUND: Throughout the medical and paramedical professions, self-report health status questionnaires are used to gather patient-reported outcome measures. The objective of this pilot study was to evaluate in individuals ...
(Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation, 2010-04)Supported housing for individuals with severe mental illness strives to provide the services necessary to place and keep individuals in independent housing that is integrated into the community and in which the consumer ...