Associations between the working characteristics of nursing staff and the prevalence of behavioral symptoms
in people with dementia in residential care. ... The aim of this study was to investigate associations between work characteristics of nursing staff and prevalence of behavioral symptoms
among people with dementia in residential care settings. ... METHODS: The self-report job strain assessment scale was used to measure staff perceptions of their working environment, and the Multi Dimensional Dementia Assessment Scale to measure the occurrence of behavioral symptoms
among residents in 40 residential care units for people with dementia.10.
The aim of the present work was to measure the amount of stress in parents of children with epilepsy and to determine whether and how parenting stress is linked to behavioral symptoms
of the children.11.
However, longitudinal and cross-sectional data are lacking, particularly for different aspects of working memory, visual perception, and non-psychotic behavioral symptoms
INTRODUCTION/OBJECTIVE: Executive function (EF) impairment in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may account for behavioral symptoms such as poor concentration, impaired working memory, problems in shifting among tasks, and prioritizing and planning complex sets of tasks or completing long-term projects at work
The partial androgen deficiency of aging males (PADAM) is responsible for a variety of behavioral symptoms, such as weakness, fatigue, decreased libido, depressive mood, lack of motivation and energy, lower psychological vitality, anxiety, irritability, insomnia, decreased work
and sport performances, difficulty in concentrating, memory impairment and low dominance.
Relations between behavioral symptoms and measures of inhibition and working
memory were studied both categorically and dimensionally.19.
The role of pharmacotherapy in the management of autism and PDDs is to ameliorate behavioral symptoms that interfere with the patient's ability to participate in educational, social, work
, and family systems.
For the assessment of behavioral symptoms affecting locomotion, social interaction and spatial working
memory, the open‑field, social interaction and Morris water maze tests were conducted.
Previous work has suggested that animals can suppress the behavioral symptoms
of sickness in order to engage in adaptive behaviors.
Knowledge about communication in dementia care may inform nursing care practices to overcome behavioral symptoms such as RTC and improve quality of life for individuals with dementia and working
conditions for nursing staff.