Harry Stack Sullivan theorized that Personality is manifest in interpersonal situations through interactions and experiences. Sullivan defined Personality as to be a temporal phenomenon which is shaped by the relationships that are shared with other people.
Approximately 300 physical therapy students from accredited physical therapy programs throughout the United States were recruited to participate in this study.
The Incidence of Anxiety and Depression in Physical Therapy Students. II. Hypothesis, Research Question and Literature Review
Physical therapy as a professional program has not been studied in terms of connecting the stress level inherent in this course of study with resultant anxiety and depression; therefore, the question remains: what is the incidence of anxiety and depression among physical therapy students?
In this study, the aim was to research the varying anxiety and depression levels of students enrolled in professional physical therapy programs.
the parameters that influenced this case study with an emphasis on the intersubjective approach Ziva Bracha Gidron This case study …
We live in a world of complexity, uncertainty and turbulence that continues to call into question our sense of a coherent self and our sense of a consistent set of interpersonal relationships.