Insomnia : behavioural and cognitive interventions / Francis J. Riba
Riba, Francis J & World Health Organization. Division of Mental Health. (1993). Insomnia : behavioural and cognitive interventions / Francis J. Riba. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/58229
Behavioural science learning modules
Gov't Doc #WHO/MNH/PSF/93.2.H. Unpublished
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Psychometric properties of the Social Cognitive Theory questionnaire for physical activity in a sample of Iranian adolescent girl students Ardestani, M.S.; Niknami, S.; Hidarnia, A.; Hajizadeh, E. (2016-05)This research examined the validity and reliability of a researcher-developed questionnaire based on Social Cognitive Theory [SCT] to assess the physical activity behaviour of Iranian adolescent girls [SCT-PAIAGS]. Psychometric properties of the SCT-PAIAGS were assessed by determining its face validity, content and construct validity as well as its reliability. In order to evaluate factor structure, cross-sectional research was conducted on 400 high-school girls in Tehran. Content validity index, content validity ratio and impact score for the ...
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