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Gov't Doc #WHO/MNH/PSF/93.2.H. Unpublished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 ...
Foroushani, A.R.; Mohammad, K.; Mahmoodi, M.; Siassi, F. (2010)This cohort study investigated the effect of early life nutrition on later performance in developmental milestones and cognitive tests. Structural equation modelling was carried out on follow-up data from a national birth cohort of 5362 children born in 1 week of 1946 in Britain. Children who were breastfed longer showed earlier developmental milestones. After adjusting for sex, social group and milestones, those children scored higher in verbal tests. Path analysis showed that breastfeeding may have an effect even into adult life. The chain of ...
Cognitive factors related to childbirth and their effect on women's delivery preference: a comparison between a private and public hospital in Tehran ChoobMasjedi, S.G.; Hasani, J.; Khorsandi, M.; Ghobadzadeh, M. (2012)This cross-sectional study compared cognitive-related variables for caesarean delivery in a private and public hospital in Tehran and assessed their association with maternal preference for delivery mode. A sample of 300 pregnant women in their final trimester of uncomplicated pregnancy was recruited from 1 private and 1 public hospital. They completed the Fear of Pain, Childbirth Attitude and the Pain Catastrophizing Scale questionnaires, and their sociodemographic data and delivery preference were recorded. Maternal preference for caesarean ...