Jude Brown

Jude Brown
University of Cape Coast | UCC · Department of Economics

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Springboard is a leaving care service funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) ($16.9 million over four years: 2011/12 – 2014/15). The program, which commenced in 2012, assists young people aged 16 to 20 on Victorian Custody or Guardianship orders who are in, or have recently left, residential care. The focus is on ass...
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Springboard is a leaving care service funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) ($16.9 million over four years: 2011/12 – 2014/15). The program, which commenced in 2012, assists young people aged 16 to 20 on Victorian Custody or Guardianship orders who are in, or have recently left, residential care. The focus is on ass...
Research
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Springboard is a leaving care service funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) ($16.9 million over four years: 2011/12 – 2014/15). The program, which commenced in 2012, assists young people aged 16 to 20 on Victorian Custody or Guardianship orders who are in, or have recently left, residential care. The focus is on ass...
Research
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Springboard is a leaving care service funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) ($16.9 million over four years: 2011/12 – 2014/15). The program, which commenced in 2012, assists young people aged 16 to 20 on Victorian Custody or Guardianship orders who are in, or have recently left, residential care. The focus is on ass...
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The current generation of young children has been described as ‘digital natives’, having been born into a ubiquitous digital media environment. They are envisaged as educationally independent of the guided interaction provided by ‘digital immigrants’: parents and teachers. This article uses data from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children (L...
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Early childhood is a critical time for establishing the communication and literacy skills that shape children’s subsequent academic, social and employment opportunities. Debates around the family environments that support children’s optimal development, have focused on mothers’ workforce participation, neglecting the effects fathers’ working hours,...
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The NSW Youth Drug Court (YDC) pilot program is aimed at reducing offending and drug use amongst young people who have become entrenched in the criminal justice system. Many participants have a range of other difficulties including poor educational achievement, dysfunctional family backgrounds and psychological problems. The YDC attempts to address...
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The spontaneous cognitive strategies employed by 75 patients undergoing dental extractions or mandibular block injections were elicited using a structured interview. Interest focused on the relationship between these strategies and several personality variables, including state and trait anxiety, locus of control, and absorption. In addition, the e...
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Recent research suggests that some adults spontaneously employ various types of cognitive coping strategies in stressful situations. Subjects who employ cognitive coping strategies typically report less pain and stress than subjects who focus on or exaggerate the negative aspects of the situation (“catastrophizers”). The purpose of the present inve...
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The present investigation examined the efficacy of two types of imaginal strategy treatments relative to a placebo control group on cold pressor pain and migraine. One imaginal strategy group (response group) was trained to imagine pleasant scenes which included their own responses (e.g., muscular relaxation, deep breathing). The other imaginal str...
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This report contains the results of the performance and maneuvering trials conducted on USNS HAYES (T-AGOR 16). Trials were conducted with and without a towed array. Standardization trials were conducted at design, under- design, and over-design propeller pitch settings throughout a speed range of approximately 4 to 15 knots. For the design and off...
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Pain magnitude when subjects immersed an arm in ice water was assessed by means of a magnitude estimation procedure during baseline and posttest sessions. Before the posttest session, subjects either received or did not receive an analgesic suggestion. Best-fit functions were linear, though power fits were also good. Analgesic suggestions had no ef...
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Assessed 38 undergraduates' pain magnitude and pain tolerance for arm immersion in ice water during a baseline and posttest session. Before the posttest, half the Ss received an analgesia suggestion. On the basis of their written testimony, Ss were classified as having either predominately coped (e.g., imagined event inconsistent with pain or made...
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Recent reports suggest that hypnosis may be a useful technique for the treatment of sexual dysfunction. Five distinct strategies for the utilization of hypnosis in sex therapy can be identified: (1) as a diagnostic tool, (2) to improve self-confidence, (3) as an adjunct to behavior therapy, (4) for the direct removal of symptoms, and (5) to facilit...

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