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Submissions from 2021

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Relations between implicit attitudes towards eating disorder stimuli and disordered eating symptoms among at-risk college women, Shruti S. Kinkel-Ram, Natalie M. Perkins, Jessica Ribeiro, Joseph Franklin, and April R. Smith

Submissions from 2020

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Identity, civic engagement, and altruism: a phenomenological exploration of activity engagement in older adults, Marna Ghiglieri, Rose McAndrew, Carolyn M. Baum, and Steven D. Taff

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Identity, civic engagement, and altruism: a phenomenological exploration of activity engagement in older adults, Marna Ghiglieri, Rose McAndrew, Carolyn Baum, and Steven Taff

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Adapted to fear: Fearlessness about death is associated with heart rate variability, Natalie M. Perkins, Lauren N. Forrest, Jonathan W. Kunstman, and April R. Smith

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Self-criticism longitudinally predicts nonsuicidal self-injury in eating disorders, Natalie M. Perkins, Shelby N. Ortiz, and April R. Smith

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Increasing Emotional Intelligence (EI) Through Self-Reflection Journals: Implications for OT Students, Natalie Perkins and Arlene Schmid

Submissions from 2019

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The reality of a mild stroke: a qualitative study, Carolyn Baum, Marna Ghiglieri, and Samantha Eagle

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Measuring Tensile Strength to Better Establish Protective Capacity of Sacral Prophylactic Dressings Over 7 Days of Laboratory Aging, Joshua N. Burton, Abigail G. Fredrickson, Cassidee Capunay, Laurel Tanner, Craig Oberg, Nick Santamaria, Amit Gefen, and Evan Call

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New Clinically Relevant Method to Evaluate the Life Span of Prophylactic Sacral Dressings, Joshua N. Burton, Abigail G. Fredrickson, Cassidee Capunay, Laurel Tanner, Craig Oberg, Nick Santamaria, Amit Gefen, and Evan Call

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Using network analysis to identify central eating disorder symptoms among men, Lauren N. Forrest, Natalie M. Perkins, Jason M. Lavender, and April R. Smith

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Increasing Emotional Intelligence through Self-Reflection Journals: Implications for Occupational Therapy Students as Emerging Clinicians, Natalie A. Perkins and Arlene A. Schmid

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Body dissatisfaction and symptoms of bulimia nervosa prospectively predict suicide ideation in adolescents, Natalie M. Perkins and Amy M. Brausch

Submissions from 2018

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Nonsuicidal self-injury and disordered eating: Differences in acquired capability and suicide attempt severity, Amy M. Brausch and Natalie M. Perkins

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Integrating Occupational Therapy into New Settings: Accounts of Online Practicums, Karen Jacobs, Beth Warnken, Jayne Knowlton, Natalie A. Perkins, Kathryn Ellis, Allison Mula, Tamara Calhoun, and Lynda Lemisch

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Therapeutic professional self-awareness: an educational mobile application to develop emotional intelligence, Natalie Perkins

Submissions from 2017

Trazodone for insomnia: A systematic review, Karim Yahia Jaffer, Tiffany Chang, Brigitte Vanle, Jonathan Dang, Alexander J. Steiner, Natalie Loera, Marina Abdelmesseh, Itai Danovitch, and Waguih William Ishak

Submissions from 2016

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Elevating therapeutic rapport, Part II, Natalie A. Perkins

Submissions from 2006

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Performance of Drug–Drug Interaction Software for Personal Digital Assistants, Natalie Perkins, John Murphy, Daniel Malone, and Edward Armstrong

Submissions from 2002

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Learning to use minimal access surgical instruments and 2-dimensional remote visual feedback: how difficult is the task for novices?, Natalie Perkins, Janet Starkes, Timothy Lee, and Carol Hutchison

Submissions from 1995

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Further thoughts on the pitfalls of partition: a response to Mosey., M. Carlson and Anne Dunlea

Submissions from 1994

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Hormonal and Ecological Contributions toward Interpersonal Intimacy in Couples, Cynthia Hedricks, Marna Ghiglieri, R. Church, Judith Lefevre, and Martha Mcclintock

Submissions from 1993

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The impact of input: Language acquisition in the visually impaired, Elaine S. Andersen, Anne Dunlea, and Linda Kekelis

Submissions from 1992

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The emergence process: Conceptual and linguistic influences on morphological development, Anne Dunlea and Elaine S. Andersen

Submissions from 1984

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Blind Children’s Language Resolving Some Differences, Elaine S. Andersen, Anne Dunlea, and Linda S. Kekelis