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  • Validity and Reliability of the Korean Version of the Watson Caritas Patient Score. [Journal Article]
    J Nurs Res 2019Im S, Cho M, Heo M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The original English version and the Korean version of the WCPS both address a single factor, which confirmed the reliability and good fit of the model and showed both convergent and criterion-related validity. The Korean version of the WCPS is expected to contribute to improving the quality of nursing care in Korea by providing a simple scale that assesses patient perceptions of nursing care easily and accurately.
  • The Caregiver Burden of Delirium in Older Adults With Alzheimer Disease and Related Disorders. [Journal Article]
    J Am Geriatr Soc 2019Fong TG, Racine AM, … Inouye SK
  • CONCLUSIONS: Delirium resulted in the same degree of increased caregiver burden regardless of whether a patient had ADRD, signifying delirium is equally stressful to caregivers, even among those with experience caring for someone with a chronic cognitive disorder. Delirium burden is only modestly associated with degree of cognitive impairment, suggesting that other aspects of delirium contribute to burden.
  • Neural Basis of Observational Fear Learning: A Potential Model of Affective Empathy. [Review]
    Neuron 2019; 104(1):78-86Keum S, Shin HS
  • Observational fear learning in rodents is a type of context-dependent fear conditioning in which an unconditioned stimulus (US) is provided vicariously by observing conspecific others receiving foot shocks. This suggests the involvement of affective empathy, with several recent studies showing many similarities between this behavior and human empathy. Neurobiologically, it is important to underst…
  • Effects of Handshake Duration on Other Nonverbal Behavior. [Journal Article]
    Percept Mot Skills 2019; :31512519876743Nagy E, Farkas T, … Stafylarakis A
  • Although detailed descriptions of proper handshakes partly comprise many etiquette books, how a normal handshake can be described, its proper duration, and the consequences of violating handshake expectations remain empirically unexplored. This study measured the effect of temporal violations of the expected length of a handshake (less than three seconds according to previous studies) administere…
  • Experimental social training methods. [Journal Article]
    Handb Clin Neurol 2019; 163:457-472Eslinger PJ, Flaherty C, Eaton LA
  • Impairments of social behavior constitute common symptoms of frontal lobe dysfunction and are frequent consequences of damage to the frontal lobe. In this chapter we define and describe social behavioral deficits that include mentalizing (e.g., theory of mind, empathy), social self-regulation, social self-awareness, and social problem solving, and discuss how intervention research might address t…
  • Neurodegenerative disorders of the human frontal lobes. [Journal Article]
    Handb Clin Neurol 2019; 163:391-410Butler PM, Chiong W
  • The frontal lobes play an integral role in human socioemotional and cognitive function. Sense of self, moral decisions, empathy, and behavioral monitoring of goal-states all depend on key nodes within frontal cortex. While several neurodegenerative diseases can affect frontal function, frontotemporal dementia (FTD) has particularly serious and specific effects, which thus provide insights into th…
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