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What did Carol Gilligan believe that female development was dependent on?
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Relationships
__________ is a theorist that believed that a woman's development was organized by a sense of connection to others and therefore a goal of development should be to increase a woman's ability to build and enlarge mutually enhancing relationships.
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Jean Baker Miller
__________ is a term describe by Jean Baker Miller to describe the lack of response from others when a person expresses a feeling or explains an experience.
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Disconnection
What is considered the most damaging type of disconnection (Jean Baker Miller)?
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The lack of response after abuse or attacks
_________ theory is a useful theory for understanding caregiving activities within a community. It explains the importance of informal and formal support systems in the delivery of health care.
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The balance theory
Who developed the balance theory?
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Eugene Litwak
What is social distance?
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The degree to which the values of the formal organization and primary group members differ.
_________ is a practical theoretical model for conceptualizing delivery if mental health care services to a community, particularly rural ones.
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Balance theory
________ theories emphasize the importance of social interactionin either the individual's choice of role or the society's reaction to it.
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Role theory
_________ devoted much of her studies to the patterns of child rearing and the cultural influences that determine male and female behavior.
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Margaret Mead
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_________'s work highlighted the importance of culture in determining human behavior.
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Margaret Mead
___________ developed transcultural nursing which is focused on holistic, congruent, beneficent care.
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Madeleine Leininger
Transcultural health care is an example of a ___________ theory.
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Sociocultural
What type of theory are many group interventions based on?
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Sociocultural
___________ introduced the first systematic framework for psychiatric nursing and focused on the nurse-patient relationship.
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Hildegarde Paplau
_________ is a term defined by Paplau as the ability to feel in oneself the feelings experienced by another person or people.
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Empathic linkage
__________ is a term defined by Paplau as the product of socialization that proceeds through personal development and is always open to revision. Approval, disapproval and indifference can cause a child to define themselves positively or negatively.
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Self-system
________ is an important tenet of Paplau's and is defined as an energy that arises when expectations are present and unmet.
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Anxiety
Who wrote The Dynamic Nurse-Patient Relationship and what was its purpose?
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Ida Jean Orlando-it was a book to offer the nursing student theory of effective nursing practice
_________ is a theorist that believes that humans seek meaning in their life and experiences. She postulated that the nurse's spiritual values and philosophical beliefs impacted the extent that a patient found meaning in their sickness experience.
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Joyce Travelbee
The theory of transpersonal caring was developed by __________.
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Jean Watson
  
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