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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:54614
Doc. No:TL24568
Call number:‭3178452‬
Main Entry:Bettina Else Shapira
Title & Author:An examination of treatment outcome and pretreatment variables for urine alarm treatment in children age four receiving outpatient treatment in IsraelBettina Else Shapira
College:Capella University
Date:2005
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2005
Page No:135
Abstract:The purpose of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of outpatient urine alarm treatment for 4-year-old children in Israel and to analyze the influence of pretreatment variables including age, gender, birth-order, number of children in the family, and family history of enuresis, on the urine alarm treatment. The quantitative, retrospective research design analyzed existing information from two different sources; (a) data from treatment files from a clinical psychologist in Israel, and (b) data from a telephone survey. Four-hundred study participants were randomly chosen to be included in the sample. A total of 186 complete cases were used to investigate the research questions. The findings on the urine alarm treatment outcome indicate an overall treatment success rate for all age groups of 64.5%, while the success rate for urine alarm treatment for 4-year-old children was 60.0%. Statistical analysis revealed no evidence (p > .05) that the pretreatment variables, including age, gender, birth-order, and family size, have any influence on urine alarm treatment outcome in 4-year-olds. Results of the statistical analysis of family history and urine alarm treatment outcome indicate that 4-year-olds with a family history of enuresis are more likely to be dry posttreatment (71.9%) compared to children in families with no history of enuresis. In conclusion, urine alarm treatment is effective for 4-year-olds, especially for those with a family history of enuresis.
Subject:Health and environmental sciences; Psychology; Bed-wetting; Children; Four-year-olds; Israel; Outpatient; Pretreatment; Treatment outcome; Urine alarm treatment; Psychotherapy; Mental health; Behaviorial sciences; 0347:Mental health; 0384:Behaviorial sciences; 0622:Psychotherapy
Added Entry:P. K. S. Patrick
Added Entry:Capella University