Browse College of Applied Health Sciences by Contributor "Robert L. Sprague"
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Abnormal Movements and Their Psychosocial Correlates in a Sample of Psychiatric Inpatients: An Original Biopsychosocial Model (1998)This project is preliminary attempt to investigate the validity of an original biopsychosocial model of abnormal movement disorders in chronically mentally ill psychiatric inpatients. The model unites evidence that abnormal ...
A Comparison of Quantitative and Qualitative Motion Analysis Techniques as Tools to Identify Movement Disorders (2002)The Labanotation total score for the postural stability and gait tasks was the only measure used in this study that distinguished statistically significant group differences (p ≤ .05) between all three groups of ...
The Influence of Personality on Health -Specific and Global Psychological Well -Being Perceptions of Cardiac Rehabilitation Patients (1999)Subjects for this study were 72 cardiac patients recruited from 2 local hospital Phase II cardiac rehabilitation programs. Results indicated that extraversion and neuroticism were associated with global and health-specific ...