UKEN

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UKENUniversity of Kentucky (Lexington, Kentucky)
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Cherry and Uken were unable to achieve person-environment fit.
It measured 3 on the Japanese seismic intensity scale of 7 in Naze, the town of Naze Saiwai and on Kikai isle, all in Kagoshima Prefecture, and 2 in the village of Uken and other locations in the prefecture, according to the agency.
There are few reported uses of computer groups for practice in the social work literature (e.g., Colon, 1998; Finn & Lavitt, 1994; Meier, 2000; Weinberg, Schmale, Uken, & Wessel, 1996).
Professionally led computer groups have been used for reaching populations who have stigmatizing conditions, those who are isolated because of geography or transportation difficulties, those who have physical and emotional conditions that limit mobility, and those who have conflicting responsibilities that make travelling to face-to-face meetings difficult (e.g., Finn & Lavitt, 1994; Gustafson et al., 1999; Meier, 2000; Neilson, 2000; Weinberg, Uken, Schmale, & Adamek, 1995).
Associate editorial page editor Cindy Uken and I have volunteered to go to high school journalism and English classes to teach "How to write a letter to the editor" classes.
More recently, social workers have shown that computer technology provides a feasible and productive way to work with groups such as caregivers of people with Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia (Brennan, Moore, & Smyth, 1992; Smyth & Harris, 1993), survivors of sexual abuse (Finn, 1995; Finn & Lavitt, 1994), cancer patients (Weinberg, Schmale, Uken, & Wessel, 1995, 1996), chronically ill children and youths (Ell & Reardon, 1990; Levenson & Signer, 1985), and emotionally disturbed adolescents (Zimmerman, 1987).
Others have successfully integrated people in different phases of their illness (Weinberg, Uken, et al., 1995).
Survivors include his wife; his stepmother, Irene Thompson of Newberg; two sons, Jack and Larry Strickland, both of Cottage Grove; four daughters, Caroline Lasater of Springfield and Tina Miller, Annette McMullen and Billie Ann Kittel, all of Cottage Grove; three brothers, Robert Thompson and Benjamin Thompson, both of Newberg, and Harold Uken of Sheridan; four sisters, Marie Hudgeon of Tillamook, Mary Wilson of Aloha, Cecilia Vazquez of Newberg and Martha Mullen of Eugene; 16 grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren.
A number of investigators have reported an increased willingness of email group participants to self-disclose (e.g., Rosen & Petty, 1995; Weinberg, 1996; Weinberg, Schmale, Uken, & Wessel, 1996), but in each instance trust was developed early in the group formation process.
Uken (cited in Johnstone, 1999) found that psychological after-effects of ECT may include loss of confidence, dignity, and self-esteem; fear of hospitals and psychiatry; anger and aggression; loss of self; and nightmares.