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2007), and Adventure trial (two 90 minute sessions) (O'Leary-Barrett, Mackie, Castellanos-Ryan, Al-Khudhairy, & Conrod, 2010).
This model also allows clinicians to engage clients who may be more ready to address one disorder than the other, and this may be a pragmatic early treatment strategy for comorbid clients who may only have interest in changing one of their problems (Stewart and Conrod 2008).
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Conrod, a clinical lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, first developed the program in Canada, where it proved similarly successful in a study of 300 high school students with a mean age of 16 years (J.
In a study of perceptual training and information sharing with persons who are visually impaired, Conrod and Overbury (1998) found that the participants perceived greater benefits if they received one-on-one training than if they received the same training in a group.
Conrod defaulted, and Finance America subsequently sold the property for $45,000, sustaining a loss of $20,898.
Everyone's looking at the bottom line today," Conrod said.
Monique Conrod, "Lawyers Learn Advantages of Videoconferencing" The Lawyers Weekly (12 September 1997) at 2.
Educational intervention in the form of eye tracking exercises and teaching systematic search patterns is often suggested, yet less evidence exists for how children with visual impairments might benefit from specific intervention strategies (Martin, 1990; Trudeau, Overbury, & Conrod, 1990).
Many single-pitman die-forging presses must transmit force from eccentric shaft to ram via conrod and gudgeon pins.
According to Philip Conrod, who publishes a variety of programming-related books for kids at ComputerScienceForKids.
Identifying specific comorbid psychiatric problems might guide the use of brief personality-targeted approach as described by Conrod, Castellanos & Mackie (2007).