Assessing speech Outcomes: Why, How, and What Did we Learn? Poster presented at the 9th Conference of International Clinical Phonetics and Linguistics Association, Hong Kong, China. Weiss Ed , Perspectives on Individual Differences Affecting Therapeutic Change in Communication Disorders. Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal, 35, 503-516. J Psychother Pract Res 10:262—268, 2001. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 17, 556-571. Practically every region of the world has a set of culture-bound syndromes, yet it has to be said that, at times, the descriptions are quite similar, and at others, too generic or vague to be appropriately characterized.
Depression, control, and climate: An examination of factors impacting teaching quality in preschool classrooms. Do Demographic and Cultural Differences Exist in Adulthood? This is, indeed, a reflection of the enormous importance that psychiatric diagnosis has in many quarters. International Journal of Therapeutic Communities 5:110—119, 1984. The Language and Literacy Development of Young Dual Language Learners: A Critical Review. Alcohol Treat Q 8:21—50, 1991. Lay organizations, while recognizing the need for psychiatric nomenclatures, tend to see them, at times, as potentially threatening or unduly instruments of control, intrusiveness, and oppression.
Paper presented at the 74nd Annual Meeting of the American Cleft-Palate Craniofacial Association. Speech and language of children with cleft palate: Interactions and influences. Real and ideal social climate perceptions of residents, staff, and visitors in a therapeutic community for substance—dependent patients. Cognitive and language issues associated with cleft lip and palate. List memory in young adults with language learning disability. Typical and atypical lexical development.
In later work Litman and Stapleton 1983; Litman et al. A must-read for graduate students and researchers! The role—play measures combine situations that, although thought to be relapse—inducing, do not directly mention alcohol, with situations that directly involve alcohol use. The first concerns the nature of the relations between script and speech that make reading possible, considering how different theories of phonology may illuminate the implication of these relations for reading development and skill. The relationship between early reading skills and speech and language performance in young children with cleft lip and palate. Talk presented at the 14th International Congress for the Study of Child Language, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Lexical development in Mandarin-English bilingual children. New Evidence for Amodality: Lexical-Semantic Organization in American Sign Language and English. Speech outcome data: overcoming barriers and using technology. Each situation taps one of five skills: avoiding drug use 5 items , avoiding alcohol use 7 items , coping with relapse 4 items , thinking about consequences 2 items , and general social problem—solving and stress coping 29 items. Primary cognitive proximal outcomes stressed in cognitive—behavioral treatment are an enhanced sense of self—efficacy Annis and Graham 1988; Ito et al. Child Development Perspectives, 5, 4-9. Policy—relevant research on drug treatment.
Internal consistency reliabilities were 0. The consideration of studies about dimensionalization of cultural factors could set the stage for future diagnostic and nosological systems. The instrument consists of 48 items that assess 14 subscales. Economic Costs, Cost—Effectiveness, Financing, and Community—Based Drug Treatment. Community—Oriented Programs Environment Scale Manual: Second Edition. Research and treatment: Young children with cleft palate.
Reliability, validity, and normative data for a short version of the Understanding of Alcoholism Scale. We conducted 16 interviews with key stakeholders and examined demographic and clinical characteristics of the user population. Overall, the findings were similar to those of prior studies that generally have found weak to modest predictive relationships with substance use outcomes for such proximal outcomes as 12—step involvement. Relapsed versus non—relapsed alcohol abusers: Coping skills, life events, and social support. J Speech Language Hearing Research, 44, 1268-1283. Tanzi, The Self-Directed Biological Transformation Initiative and Well-Being , The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine , 10.
Cultural factors in specific diagnoses such as chronic pain, phobias, dissociative and eating disorders, as well as personality disorders, are prominent, yet not totally dissected. Subst Use Misuse 35:1797—1818, 2000. Carroll 1997 but also to assess the implementation of the complex, multifaceted treatments they are studying. Communication skills training, communication skills training with family and cognitive behavioral mood management training for alcoholics. J Stud Alcohol Suppl 12: 156—162, 1994 b.
The model presented in figure 1, although simplified, captures most of the major domains involved in the treatment process. Ann Behav Med 8:33—39, 1986. In addition, having had prior treatment was significantly associated with stronger Disease Attribution and Intention To Avoid High—Risk Situations. J Consult Clin Psychol 46:1092—1104, 1978. Applying the cultural formulation to and comparing it between different, comorbid or difficult-to-differentiate disorders, would make it more rigorous and reliable. Early speech and language development of children with cleft lip and palate: implications for management. Awarded outstanding paper by the conference organizer.
The influence of proficiency and language combination on bilingual lexical access. Knowledge and language outcomes for a reading comprehension and writing intervention. Prosodic and lexical-syntactic aspects of the therapeutic register. The role of frequency and context in learning the phonology and semantics of words. .