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Protection of Privacy of Information Rights among Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities | SpringerLink
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction - Latest Results; https://ift.tt/PyWq88; April 18, 2018 at 11:21AM; ;

Abstract

Protection of privacy of information for young adults with developmental disabilities and their families is essential to promote quality of life, well-being, empowerment, and inclusion. Despite this, the young adults’ information privacy rights are increasingly at risk. This paper provides a scoping review, applying Arksey and O’Malley’s (2005) approach, of all published peer-reviewed journal articles and gray literature to examine the barriers and facilitators in utilization of legislation that protects the collection, use, disclosure, and access of personal information in Canada. The scoping review process was further expanded with a rigorous reliability method and applied a socio-ecological framework to the final 47 studies. National and international policy and legislation (macro level), organization-based factors (meso), young adults and community interactions (exo), and individual disability related factors (micro) are examined. The review identifies the barriers and highlights the importance of facilitators for acting on personal privacy rights.
Mental  Health  Addiction 
2 days ago by wbennett
Being There: A Preliminary Study Examining the Role of Presence in Internet Gaming Disorder | SpringerLink
International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction - Latest Results; https://ift.tt/PyWq88; April 17, 2018 at 07:21AM; ;

Abstract

Internet Gaming Disorder (IGD) has been introduced as an emerging mental health condition requiring further study. Associations between IGD and gaming presence (i.e., absorption in the virtual environment) have been implied. The aim of the present study was twofold: (a) to evaluate the extent to which presence contributes to IGD severity and (b) to examine longitudinal differences in IGD according to the initial level of presence experienced. The participants comprising 125 emerging adults aged 18 to 29 years completed either (i) three face-to-face assessments (1 month apart, over 3 months) or (ii) a cross-sectional, online assessment. IGD was assessed with the 9-item IGD Scale Short Form and presence was assessed using the Presence Questionnaire. Regression and latent growth modeling analyses were conducted. Findings demonstrated that the level of gaming presence related to IGD severity but not to linear change in severity over a 3-month period. The study shows that emergent adults who play Internet games may be at a high risk of IGD given a more salient sense of being present within the gaming environment. Clinical implications considering prevention and intervention initiatives are discussed.
Mental  Health  Addiction 
3 days ago by wbennett
Am I Too Anxious? 3 Common Signs of General Anxiety Disorder
If you find that your worrying gets in the way of your daily life, it is time to start looking for other symptoms of an anxiety disorder.
mental  illness  anxiety 
14 days ago by Adventure_Web
Call for Proposals: 2018 People’s Forum on Mental Health and Mental Illness (October 13, 2018)
"The Forum hopes to bring together 200+ individuals who share a keen interest for advancing personal and public education and awareness on mental health and mental illness;  a strong passion for improving the status quo in mental healthcare and systems; and want a safe, respectful space to have open, candid discussion and share personal lived experiences with mental illness; new perspectives; creative ideas and disruptive solutions for better quality of life."
crhesi  radar  event  ldnont  mental  health 
15 days ago by jamesshelley
Lessons from Optics, The Other Deep Learning – arg min blog
Trying to frame our discussions of deep learning science, when we are still pre-newtonian in a lot of it...
deep  machine  learning  abstraction  mental  model  design  science  epistemology 
18 days ago by asteroza
Mind over matter: Can you think your way to strength? -- ScienceDaily
"the group that performed mental imagery exercises lost 50% less strength than the non-imaginative group"
mental  imagery  visualization  meditation  study  neuro 
19 days ago by dandv
A Chicago cop’s daughter’s suicide sets family on mission | Feature | Chicago Reader
Story of teen's depression and suicide on Chicago's southwest side; Now parents' mission is to #endthestigma of #mental #illness #suicide
suicide  teen  daughter  chicago  police  2017  bully  junior  highschool  gun  mental  illness  depression  nami  psychiatrist  healthcare  social  worker  psychologist  casestudy  family  father  mother  stigma 
20 days ago by csrollyson
Meditation Can Help You Live Your Best Life
From a reduction in anxiety to improvements in your concentration, there are many reasons to consider using meditation to strengthen your mental health.
mental  health 
21 days ago by Adventure_Web

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