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Acton, G. (1997). The mediating effect of affiliated-individuation in caregivers of adults with dementia.
Journal of Holistic Nursing, 15(4), 336-357.

Acton, G., Mayhew, P., Hopkins, B., & Yauk, S. (1999). Communicating with persons with dementia: The impaired person's perspective.
Journal of Gerontological Nursing, 25(2), 6-13.

Acton, G.J., Irvin, B.L., Jensen, B.A., Hopkins, B.A., & Miller, E.W. (1997). Explicating midrange theory through methodological diversity.
Advances in Nursing Science, 19(3), 78-85.

Acton, G.J., & Miller, E.W. (1996). Affiliated-individuation in caregivers of adults with dementia.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 17, 245-260.

Baas, L.S. (2004). Self care resources and activity as predictors of quality of life in persons after myocardial infarction.
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing, 23(3), 131-138.

Baas, L.S., Beery, T.A., Allen, G.A., Wizer M., and Wagoner, L.E. (2004). An exploratory study of body awareness in persons with heart failure or transplant.
Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing, 19(1), 32-40.

Baas, L.S., Beery, T.A., Fontana, J.A., & Wagoner, L.E. (1999). An exploratory study of developmental growth in adults with heart failure.
Journal of Holistic Nursing, 17(2), 117-138.

Baas, L.S., Deges-Curl, E., Hertz, J., & Robinson, K. (1994). Innovative approaches to theory based measurement: Modeling and role-modeling research.
Advances in Nursing Science Series: Advances in Methods of Inquiry for Nursing, 5, 147-159.

Baas, L.S., Fontana, J.A., & Bhat, G. (1997). Relationships between self-care resources and the quality of life of persons with heart failure: A comparison of treatment groups.
Progress in Cardiovascular Nursing, 12 (1), 25-38.

Baldwin, C.M. (1996). Perceptions of hope: Lived experiences of elementary school children in an urban setting.
The Journal of Multicultural Nursing & Health, 2 (3), 41-45.

Baldwin, C.M. (2002). Early menopause and self-care: Gauging it's impact on holistic health.
AWHONN Lifelines, Vol. 6(4), pp. 373-76.

Baldwin, C.M. (2004). Interstitial cystitits and self-care: Bearing the burden. A case study.
Urological Nursing.

Baldwin, C.M. & Herr, S. (2004). The impact of self-care practices on treatment o interstitial cystitis.
Advanced Clinical Practice.

Baldwin, C.M., Hibbeln, J., Herr, S., Lohner, L., Core, D. (2002). Self-care as defined by members of the Amish community utilizing the theory of modeling and role-modeling.
Journal of Multicultural Nurs & Health, pp.

Barnfather, J. (1993). Testing a theoretical proposition for modeling and role-modeling: A basic need and adaptive potential status.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 13, 1–18.

Barnfather, J.S. & Ronis, D.L. (2000). Test of a model of psychosocial resources, stress, and health among undereducated adults.
Research in Nursing and Health, 23, 55-66.

Barnfather, J., Swain, M.A., & Erickson, H. (1989). Construct validity of an aspect of the coping process: Potential adaptation to stress.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 10, 23- 40.

Barnfather, J., Swain, M.A., & Erickson, H. (1989). Evaluation of two assessment techniques for adaptation to stress.
Nursing Science Quarterly, 2, 172-182.

Bartholomew, K. (1990). Avoidance of intimacy: An attachment perspective.
Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 7, 147– 178.

Beery, T., & Baas, L. (1996). Medical devices and attachment: Holistic healing in the age of invasive technology.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 17, 233-243.

Beery T.A., Baas, L.S., Fowler, C., & Allen, G. (2002). Spirituality in persons with heart failure.
Journal of Holistic Nursing, 20(1), pp. 5-30.

Beery, T., Baas, L.S., and Henthorn C. (2007). Self reported adjustment to implanted cardiac devices.
Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing. 22(6), pp, 516-24.

Beery, T., Baas, L.S., Mathews, H., Burrough, J., & Henthorn, R. (2005). Development of the Implanted Devices Adjustment Scale.
Dimensions of Critical Care Nursing. 24(5),242-248.

Campbell, J., Finch, D., Allport, C., Erickson, H., & Swain, M.A. (1985). A theoretical approach to nursing assessment.
Journal of Advanced Nursing, 10, 111-115.

Darling-Fisher, C., & Leidy, N. (1988). Measuring Eriksonian development of the adult: The modified Erikson psychosocial stage inventory.
Psychological Reports, 62, 747-754.

Erickson, H. (1983). Coping with new systems.
Journal of Nursing Education, 22 (3), 132-135.

Erickson, H. (2007) Philosophy and theory of holism.
Nursing Clinics of North America, 42, 140.

Erickson, H., & Swain, M.A. (1990). Mobilizing self care resources: A nursing intervention for hypertension.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 11 (3), 217-235.

Erickson, H., & Swain, M.A. (1982). A model for assessing potential adaptation to stress.
Research in Nursing and Health, 5, 93-101.

Erickson, M. (1996). Predictors of maternal-fetal attachment: An integrative review.
On-line Journal of Knowledge Synthesis in Nursing, 3 (8).

Erickson, M.E. (1996). Factors that influence the mother-infant dyad relationships and infant well-being.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 17, 185-200.

Folse, V.N. (2007). The family experience with eating disorders scale: Psychometric analysis.
Archives of Psychiatric Nursing, 21(4), 210-221.

Hertz, J.E. (1996). Conceptualization of perceived enactment of autonomy in the elderly.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 17, 261-273.

Hertz, J.E. (2008). PERSON-centered care: Key to quality care of diverse older adults.
SIGN Supporting Innovations in Gerontological Nursing, 15(5), 1, 3.

Hertz, J.E., & Anschutz, C. (2002). Relationships among perceived enactment of autonomy, self-care, and holistic health in community-dwelling older adults.
Journal of Holistic Nursing, 20, 166-186.

Holl, R. (1993) Role-modeled visiting compared with restricted visiting on surgical cardiac patients and family members.
Critical Care Nursing Quarterly, 16(2):70–82.

Irvin, B.L., & Acton, G. (1996). Stress mediation in caregivers of cognitively impaired adults: Theoretical model testing.
Nursing Research, 45(3), 160-166.

Irvin, B.L. & Acton, G.J. (1997). Stress, hope and well-being of women caring for family members with Alzheimer's disease.
Holistic Nursing Practice, 11(2), 69-79.

Jensen, B.A. (1999). You make the diagnosis: Case study.
Nursing Diagnosis: The Journal of Nursing Language and Classification, 10(4), 134, 148, 169-170.

Jensen, B.A. (1997). Caring for the caregiver.
Home Care Provider, 2 (6), 34-36.

Kinney, C.K. (1990). Facilitating growth and development: A paradigm case for modeling and role-modeling.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 11, 375-395.

Kinney, C.K. (1996). Transcending breast cancer: Reconstructing one's self.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 17, 201-216.

Kinney, C.K., Rodgers, D.R., Nash, K. & Bray, C. (2003). Holistic Healing for Women with Breast Cancer Through a Mind, Body, and Spirit Self-Empowerment Program.
Journal of Holistic Nursing, 21, 260-279.

Kline-Leidy, N. (1990). A structural model of stress, psychosocial resources, and symptomatic experience in chronic physical illness.
Nursing Research, 39, 230-236.

Kline-Leidy, N. & Traver, G.A. (1995). Psychophysiologic factors contributing to functional performance in people with COPD: Are there gender differences?
Research in Nursing & Health, 18, 535-546.

Koren, M.E. & Papamiditriou, C. (2013). Koren, M.E. & Papamiditriou, C.
Holistic Nursing Practice, 27(1), 37-44.

Landis, B.J. (1996). Uncertainty, spiritual well-being, and psychosocial adjustment to chronic illness.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 17, 217-231.

Leidy, N. (1989). A physiologic analysis of stress and chronic illness.
Journal of Advanced Nursing, 14, 868-876.

Leidy, N. (1994). Operationalizing Maslow's theory: Development and testing of the Basic Needs Satisfaction Inventory.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 15, 277–295.

Leidy, N.K., & Traver, G.A. (1995). Psychophysiological factors contribution to functional performance in people with COPD: Are there gender differences?
Research in Nursing and Health, 18, 535–546.

MacLean, T. (1992). Influence of psychosocial development and life events on the health practices of adults.>br>Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 13, 403-414.

Mayhew, P.A., Acton, G.J., Yauk, S., & Hopkins, B.A. (2001). Communication from individuals with advanced dementia: Can it provide clues to their sense of self-awareness and well-being?
Geriatric Nursing, 22, 106-110.

Nash, K. (2007). Evaluation of the Empower peer support and education program for middle school-aged adolescents.
Journal of Holistic Nursing, 25, 26-36.

Ozbolt, J. (1987). Developing decision support systems for nursing-theoretical bases for advanced computer systems.
Computers in Nursing, 5, 105-111.

Perese, E. (2002). Integrating psychiatric nursing into a baccalaureate nursing curriculum.
Journal of the American Association of Psychiatric Nurses, 8 (5), 152-158.

Raudonis, B. & Acton, G.J. (1997). Theory-based nursing practice.
Journal of Advanced Nursing, 26(1), 138-145.

Robinson, K.R. (1994). Developing a scale to measure denial levels of clients with actual or potential myocardial infarctions.
Heart and Lung, 23, 36–44.

Rogers, S. (1996). Facilitative affiliation: Nurse-client interactions that enhance healing.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 17, 171-184.

Sappington, J., & Kelley J.H. (1996). Modeling and role-modeling theory: A case study of holistic care.
Journal of Holistic Nursing, 14(2), 130-141.

Timmerman, G.M., & Acton, G.J. (2001). The relationship between basic need satisfaction and emotional eating.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 22 (7), 691-701.

Walsh, K.K., Vanden Bosch, T.M., & Boehm, S. (1989). Modelling and Role-Modelling: Integrating nursing theory into practice.
Journal of Advanced Nursing, 14, 775-761.

Weber, G.J. (1999). The experiential meaning of well-being for employed mothers.
Western Journal of Nursing Research, 21 (6), 785-795.

Books / Chapters

Baas, L.S. and Conway, G.A. (2004). Psychosocial aspects of heart failure management.
In S. Stewart, D.D. Moser, & D. Thompson (Eds), Caring for the heart failure patient: A textbook for the healthcare professional. pp. 197-209. London: Martin Dunitz Publishers.

Baas, L.S. (2001). Midrange nursing theories and related nonnursing theories: Modeling and Role Modeling.
In D. Robinson and C.P. Kirsch (eds), Core Concepts in Advanced Practice Nursing. pp. 426-431. St. Louis: Mosby.

Baas, L.S., Bradshaw, L., Kolcaba, K., Niemer, L.M., & Robinson, D. (2001). Midrange nursing theories and related non-nursing theories.
In D. Robinson & C.P. Kish, Core Concepts in Advanced Practice Nursing. pp. 417-443. St. Louis: Mosby.

Baas, L.S., Conway, G.A. (2004). Psychosocial aspects of heart failure management.
In S. Stewart, D.D. Moser & D. Thompson (Eds), Caring for the heart failure patient: A textbook for the healthcare professional. pp. 197-209. London: Martin Bunitz Publishers.

Baas, L.S., Curl, E.D., Hertz, J.E., & Robinson, K.R. (1994). Innovative approaches to theory-based measurement: Modeling and role-modeling research.
In P.L. Chinn (Ed), Advances in Nursing Science Series: Advances in methods of inquiry for nursing. pp. 147-159.

Baas, L.S., Trupp, R., & Abraham, W.T. (2001). Supportive resources for the person with heart failure.
In D. Moser & B. Riegel (eds), Improving outcomes in heart failure: An interdisciplinary approach. pp. 201-218. Gaitherburg, MD: Aspen.

Barnfather, J.S. (1990). An overview of the ability to mobilize coping resources related to basic needs.
In H. Erickson & C. Kinney (Eds.), Modeling and Role-Modeling: Theory, practice and research. Vol 1, No. 1. pp. 156-169. Austin: The Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role- Modeling.

Benson, D. (2006). Coping with stress.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 240-274. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Boodley, C.A. (1990). The experience of having a health examination.
In H. Erickson & C. Kinney (Eds.), Modeling and Role-Modeling: Theory, practice and research. Vol 1, No. 1, pp. 170-177. Austin: The Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role-Modeling.

Bowman, S.S. (2002). The modeling and role-modeling theory.
In J.B. George (Ed.), Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Brekke, M. and Schultz, E. (2006). Energy theories: Modeling and Role-Modeling.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 33-66. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Clayton, D., Erickson, H., Rogers, S. (2006). Finding meaning in our life journey.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 391-410. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Erickson, H. (1990) Theory based nursing.
In H. Erickson & C. Kinney (Eds.), Modeling and Role-Modeling: Theory, practice and research. Vol 1, No. 1, pp. 1-27. Austin: The Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role- Modeling.

Erickson, H. (1990) Self-care knowledge.
In H. Erickson & C. Kinney (Eds.), Modeling and Role-Modeling: Theory, practice and research. Vol 1, No. 1, pp. 178-202. Austin: The Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role- Modeling.

Erickson, H. (1996). Holistic healing: Intra/Inter relations of person and environment. (Guest Editor) Issues of Mental Health Nursing Vol. 17, No. 3.

Erickson, H. (2002). Facilitating generativity and ego integrity: Applying Ericksonian methods to the aging population.
In B.B. Geary and J.K. Zeig, (Eds), The Handbook of Ericksonian Psychotherapy, AZ: Zeig Tucker Publications.

Erickson, H. (2006).
Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited, (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Erickson, H. (2006). Searching for life purpose: Discovering Meaning.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 5-32. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Erickson, H. (2006). Connecting.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and role-modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 301-323. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited, (ISBN No. 0- 9779203-0-5).

Erickson, H. (2006). Facilitating development.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A View From the Client's World. pp. 346-390. TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Erickson, H. (2006). Nurturing growth.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A View From the Client's World. TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0- 9779203-0-5), pp. 324-345.

Erickson, H. (2006). The healing process.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A View From the Client's World. pp. 411-34. TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0- 9779203-0-5).

Erickson, H. (2009). Paradigm choices: implications for nursing knowledge.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Exploring The Context And Essence Of Holistic Nursing: Modeling And Role-Modeling For Nurse Educators. Cedar Park TX: Unicorns Unlimited. In press.

Erickson, H.C., Tomlin, E., & Swain, M.A. (2005).
Modeling and role-modeling: A theory and paradigm for nursing. Cedar Park, TX (ISBN No. 0-9763385) (Original work published 1983, Prentice-Hall, ISBN 0-13-586180-2)

Erickson, M.E. (2006). Developmental processes.
In H. Erickson (Ed). Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 121-180. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Erickson, M.E. (2006). Attachment, loss and reattachment.
In H Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 207- 239. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Erickson, M.E. (2002). Modeling and role-modeling.
In A.M. Tomey & M.R. Alligood, Nursing theorists and their work (5th ed.); pp. 443 - 464). St. Louis: Mosby.

Erickson, M.E. (2002). Modeling and role-modeling theory in nursing practice.
In M.R. Alligood & A.M. Tomey, Nursing theory: Utilization & application (2nd ed.) pp.339 - 366)., St. Louis: Mosby.

Erickson, M.E., Erickson, H.L., and Jensen, B. Affiliated- Individuation and Self-Actualization: Need Satisfaction as prerequisite.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 182-207. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Finch, D.A. (1990). Testing a theoretically based nursing assessment.
In H. Erickson & C. Kinney (Eds.), Modeling and Role-Modeling: Theory, practice and research. Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 203-213. Austin: The Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role-Modeling.

Frisch, N.C., & Bowman, S.S. (2002). The modeling and rolemodeling theory.
In J.B. George (Ed.), Nursing theories: The base for professional nursing practice (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall.

Frisch, N., & Kelley, J. (1996).
Healing Life's Crises. Delmar. ISBN No. 0-8273-6399–0.

Hertz, J.E. (1999). Testing two self-care measures in elderly home care clients.
In S.H. Gueldner & L.W. Poon (Eds.), Gerontological nursing issues for the 21st century, pp. 195-205. Indianapolis: Center Nursing Press.

Hertz, J.E. (2009). Self-care.
In P.D. Larsen & I.M. Lubkin (Eds.), Chronic illness: Impact and intervention (7th ed.). Chapter 13, pp. 299-318. Sudbury, MA: Jones and Bartlett Publishers.

Hertz, J.L. & Baas, L.S. (2006) Self-care: Knowledge, resources, and action.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 5-32. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Jensen, B.A. (2001). Family Stress and Alzheimer's Disease.
In M. Lunney, Critical thinking and nursing diagnosis: Case studies and analyses, pp. 96-98. Philadephia: North American Nursing Diagnosis Association.

Kinney, C. (2006). Heart-to-heart Nurse-client relationships.
In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 277-299. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

MacLean, T. (1990). Health behaviors, developmental residual and stressors.
In H. Erickson & C. Kinney (Eds.), Modeling and Role-Modeling: Theory, practice and research. Vol 1, No. 1, pp. 147-155. Austin: The Society for the Advancement of Modeling and Role-Modeling.

Schultz, E.D. (2009). Modeling and Role-Modeling.
In S.J. Peterson & T.S. Bredow (Eds.), Middle range theories application to nursing research (2nd Ed,), pp. 233-253. Philadelphia, PA: Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins.

Walker, M. and Erickson, H. (2006) Mind-Body-Spirit Relations. In H. Erickson (Ed), Modeling and Role-Modeling: A view from the client's world. pp. 5-32. Cedar Park, TX: Unicorns Unlimited (ISBN No. 0-9779203-0-5).

Theses and Dissertations

Acton, G.J. (1993). The relationships among stressors, stress, affiliated-individuation, burden, and well-being in caregivers of adults with dementia: A test of the theory and paradigm for nursing, Modeling and Role-modeling.
Doctoral dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. AAT 9323314.

Anschutz, C.A. (2000). Perceived enactment of autonomy and life satisaction: An elderly perspective.
Master's thesis. Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS.

Baas, L.S. (1992). The relationships among self-care knowledge, self-care resources, activity level and life satisfaction in persons three to six months after a myocardial infarction.
Doctoral dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.

Barnfather, J.S. (1987). Mobilizing coping resources related to basic need status in healthy, young adults.
Doctoral dissertation, The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Dissertation Abstract International, 49-02B (AAF8801275).

Beltz, S. (1999). How persons 85 years and older, living in congregate housing, experience managing their health: Preservation of self.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas, Austin, TX.

Benson, D.S. (2003). Adaptive potential assessment model applied to small groups.
Doctoral dissertation, University of La Verne, CA. UMI number 3114708.

Boodley, C.A. (1986). A nursing study of the experience of having a health examination.
Doctoral dissertation. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Bowman, S.S. (1998). The human-environment relationship in self-care when healing from episodic illness.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.

Chen, Y. (1996). Relationships among health control orientation, self-efficacy, self-care, and subjective well-being in the elderly with hypertension.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas, Austin, TX.

Curl, E.D. (1992). Hope in the elderly: Exploring the relationship between psychosocial developmental residual and hope.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Dissertation Abstracts International, 47, 992B

Daniels, R. (1994). Exploring the self-care variables that explains a wellness lifestyle in spinal cord injured wheelchair basketball athletes.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas, Austin, TX.

Darling-Fisher, C.S. (1987). The relationship between mothers' and fathers' Eriksonian psychosocial attributes, perceptions of family support, and adaptation to parenthood.
Dissertation Abstracts International, 48, 1640B.

Dildy, S.M.P. (1992). A naturalistic study of the nature, meaning, and impact of suffering in people with rheumatoid arthritis.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.

Erickson, H.C. (1976). Identification of states of coping utilization physiological and psychological data.
Unpublished master's thesis, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Erickson, H.C. (1984). Self-care knowledge: Relations among the concepts support, hope, control, satisfaction with daily life and physical health status.
Doctoral dissertation. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Erickson, M.E. (1996). The relationships among need satisfaction, support, and maternal attachment in the adolescent mother.
Dissertation Abstracts International, 57-06 (B), 3653.

Folse, V.N. (2002). The family experience with eating disorders scale: Psychometric analysis.
UMI Dissertation Abstracts, 63(4); 1789-1940.

Hertz, J.E. (1996). Conceptualization of perceived enactment of autonomy in the elderly.
Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 17, 261-273.

Hertz, J.E.G. (1991). The perceived enactment of autonomy scale: Measuring the potential for self-care action in the elderly.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Dissertation Abstracts International, 52, 1953B.

Holl, R.M. (1992). The effect of role-modeled visiting in comparison to restricted visiting on the well-being of clients who had open heart surgery and their significant family members in the critical care unit.
Doctoral dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. 53, 403B

Hopkins, B. (1994). Assessment of adaptive potential.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas, Austin, TX.

Irvin, B.L. (1993). Social support, self-worth and hope as selfcare resources for coping with caregiver stress.
Doctoral dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Dissertation Abstracts International, 54(06), B2995.

Jensen, B.A. (1995). Caregiver responses to a theoretically based intervention program: Case study analysis.
Doctoral dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin, Dissertation Abstracts International, 56-06B, 3127.

Keck, V.E. (1989). Perceived social support, basic needs satisfaction, and coping strategies of the chronically ill.
Doctoral dissertation. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Kennedy, G.T. (1991). A nursing investigation of comfort and comforting care of the acutely ill patient.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.

Kirk, L. (1996). A descriptive study of level of hope in cancer patients.
Unpublished master's thesis, University of Texas, San Antonio, TX.

Klienbeck, S. (1977). Coping states of stress.
Unpublished master's thesis, The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.

Kline, N.W. (1988). Psychophysiological processes of stress in people with a chronic physical illness.
Doctoral dissertation. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Dissertation Abstracts International, 49, 2129B.

Landis, B.J.P. (1991). Uncertainty, spiritual well-being, and psychosocial adjustment to chronic illness.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Dissertation Abstracts International, 52, 4124B.

MacLean, T.T. (1987). Erikson's psychosocial development and stressors as factors in healthy lifestyle.
Doctoral dissertation. University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. Dissertation Abstracts International, 48, 1710A.

Miller, S.H. (1986). The relationship between psychosocial development and coping ability among disabled teenagers.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.

Nash, K. (2003). Evaluation of a holistic peer support and education program aimed at facilitating self-care resources in adolescents.
Unpublished doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Galveston, Galveston, TX.

Robinson, K.R. (1992). Developing a scale to measure responses of clients with actual or potential myocardial infarctions.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Dissertation Abstracts International, 53, 6226B.

Sofhauser, C. (1996). The relations among hostility, self-esteem, self-concept, and psychosocial residual in persons with coronary heart disease.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX. Dissertation Abstracts International 5B/01-B.

Rosenow, D.J. (1992). Multidimensional scaling analysis of selfcare actions for reintegrating holistic health after a myocardial infarction: Implications for nursing.
Doctoral dissertation. The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, TX.

Weber, G.J.T. (1995). Employed mothers with pre-school-aged children: An exploration of their lived experiences and the nature of their well-being.
Dissertation Abstracts International, 56-06 (B), 3131.

Selected Abstracts

Erickson, H. (1985). Self-care knowledge: Relations among the concepts support, hope, control, satisfaction with life, and physical health (Abstract).
In Sigma Theta Tau International Proceedings, Social support and health: New directions for theory development and research (pp. 208–212). Rochester, NY: University of Rochester.

Erickson, H. (1989). Mind-body relationships as a factor in the care of people with diabetes (Abstract, p. 47).
Third Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society, Austin, TX.

Erickson, H. (1989). Study of the self-care knowledge construct (Abstract, p. 10).
Third Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Austin, TX.

Erickson, H. (1990). The McKennell model: using qualitative methods to guide instrument development (Abstract, p. 115).
Fourth Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society, Orlando, FL.

Erickson, H. (1991). The relationships among self-care knowledge, self-care resources and physical health (Abstract).
Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Conference of the Southern Nursing Research Society, Orlando, FL.

Erickson, H. (1993). Intervention research with cognitively impaired persons and their caregivers. Nursing's challenge: Leadership in changing times (Abstract).
Sigma Theta Tau International 32nd Biennial Convention, Indianapolis.

Erickson, H. (1995). Caring, comforting and healing (Abstract).
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Secondary Sources

Comprehensive Information on Various Nursing Theories can be found at:

FITNE.net

Nursing Theory Page at The University of San Diego

NurseScribe®

Nursingtheory.net

nurses .info

NGNA - National Gerontological Nursing Association

Membership and Certification in Holistic Nursing

The American Holistic Nurses Association (AHNA)
www.ahne.org

The American Holistic Nurses Certification Board (AHNCC)
www.ahncc.org

If you know of other related organizations, please contact us at:

info@mrmnursingtheory.org

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