Nelson, Rosemery O.

UNCG

There are 6 item/s.

TitleDateViewsBrief Description
The influence of rate of behavior and predictability of rate conditions on observer accuracy, rate of observing responses, and allocation of observing time 1982 84 The rate and predictability of a subject's behavior are related to observer accuracy. Since those factors often change during the course of applied research, the accuracy of observational data may inadvertently be influenced. The present study explor...
Postpartum depression : epidemiology and theory 1984 30 The etiology of postpartum depression was investigated within the framework of Aaron Beck’s cognitive theory of depression and within the framework of previous research on postpartum depression. One hundred thirty-two women completed questionnaires d...
Treatment validity of the dexamethasone suppression test 1986 7 This dissertation examined the value of the dexamethasone suppression test in selecting subjects who are responsive to different types of treatment for depression, thereby testing the "treatment validity" of the dexamethasone suppression test. In add...
The treatment validity of classifying obese clients on a cognitive measure 1986 6 This dissertation investigated client-by-treatment interactions in the treatment of obesity and examined process issues related to the two treatments employed. Specifically, the "treatment validity" of classifying subjects on the basis of the severit...
An investigation of cross-situational consistency in the behavior of compulsive and histrionic personality disorders : an analogue study 1988 13 Despite the relative lack of empirical data about personality disorders, the most commonly accepted definitions of them (e.g., DSM-III-R; Millon, 1981) incorporate assumptions of the relative temporal stability and cross-situational consistency of be...
Sensitivity to aversive events in currently depressed and remitted depressed subjects 1989 5 Greater sensitivity to aversive events exhibited by depressed individuals has been assumed to be a correlate of current depression. Alternatively, Lewinsohn (1985) has proposed that this greater sensitivity may be a predisposing factor in the develop...