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by Kenneth B. Wells

Author: Kenneth B. Wells
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Rand Corp (October 1, 1989)
Pages: 31 pages
Category: Other
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Mental Health Practice. Effects of Psychodrama Group Practice on. The Mental Health Outcomes of Drought: A Systematic. Mental health status was assessed at enrollment and the end of each year of participation using the Mental Health Inventory (Veit and Ware 1983), based on 38 self-administered items for adults and 12 questionnaire items completed by a parent for children aged 5 through 13 (Eisen et al. 1980). The items assessed the frequency and intensity of symptoms of both psychological distress (PSDS) (. anxiety and depression) and psychological well-being (PWB).

A total of 2. % of children in the intervention group versus 3. % of. .This intervention demonstrated the capacity of a functioning primary care system. % of control children had a sleep problem. CONCLUSIONS: The sleep intervention in infancy resulted in sustained positive effects on maternal depression symptoms and found no evidence of longer-term adverse effects on either mothers' parenting practices or children's mental health. This intervention demonstrated the capacity of a functioning primary care system to deliver effective, universally offered secondary prevention.

Physical activity may attenuate these adverse outcomes but few studies investigating such effects exist. Methods and Results: Participants completed body composition and fitness assessment and a battery of psychological measures.

Prepaid group practices deliver less outpatient mental health care than do comparable fee-for-service plans. This difference raises the question whether participants enrolled in a prepaid group practice have different mental health outcomes than participants enrolled in fee-for-service plans.

Results of Covariance showed the experimental groups experienced a decrease in depression (1. 01 . 01%), time for functional reach test (1. 03%), and timed-up-and-go tests (. 63%). Actually, Pilates exercises decreased depression and improved the balance related to falling in participants. The purpose of this investigation was to examine the effects of a semester of either Pilates or taiji quan training on perceived self-efficacy, sleep quality and mood, as well as strength and balance in college-age individuals. Self-efficacy was found to be improved in the Pilates and taiji quan groups and there was a trend towards improvement in sleep quality.

Data were analyzed by multilevel linear regression and Cox’s regression.

Department of Health and Human Services, Grant No. 99-C-98489/9-03"-P. Includes bibliographical references (p. 31-35).