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    Quevedo, Yvette
    The rationale behind this study is to identify how effective parent support groups are in minimizing stress levels amongst mother caring for children with special speeds. Chihiro (2011), states, parents of children with disabilities can be effectively . . .
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    Razo, Irma
    Purpose: There are many children that spend more time in family childcare homes (FCCH) than with a parent or guardian. Thus, the care children receive is important as it impacts their lives at a young age. Providers have many roles in which they parta . . .
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    Fabry, Nicholas
    Coupled stress theories have become a trending topic in modern research because of their ability to better describe naturally occurring phenomena in a variety of applications. This research focuses on the coupling between chemical and mechanical field . . .
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    Quevedo, Yvette
    The rationale behind this study is to identify how effective parent support groups are in minimizing stress levels amongst mother caring for children with special speeds. Chihiro (2011), states, parents of children with disabilities can be effectively . . .
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    Oliver, Julie
    The C.A.L.M. workshop aims to reduce infant and caregiver stress through an ongoing group with caregivers and their infants ages newborn to 12 months. Infants receive stress signals in utero and postnatal from caregivers as well as their environment ( . . .
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    Dean-Bradley, K.
    Many of the threats to the persistence of populations of sensitive species have physiological or pathological mechanisms, and those mechanisms are best understood through the inherently integrative discipline of physiological ecology. The desert torto . . .
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    Williams, Robyn
    The purpose of this research is to discover the degree of the effects of the current presidential administration on young college adult's lives and future. The researcher's hypothesis is that undergraduate students are being negatively impacted by the . . .
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    Mallon, Felicia
    The C.A.L.M. workshop aims to reduce infant and caregiver stress through an ongoing group with caregivers and their infants ages newborn to 12 months. Infants receive stress signals in utero and postnatal from caregivers as well as their environment ( . . .
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    Cardenas, Joanna
    Implementing self-care is vital for caregivers to incorporate into their daily lives for personal health, professional growth, and sustenance to continue to care for others. According to American Holistic Nurses Association (2015), caregivers report h . . .
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    Madero, Richard
    ABSTRACT The study of this research addresses the question, "Does deep sea fishing help reduce the perceived stress levels of older adults?" Quantitative data of pre and post-test questions were collected on 23 male and 8 female participants. The part . . .