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Concepts: 1978-1989

Creator:   Peggy Chinn
Created:   11/17/2009
Contains:  19 items
ANS has a long tradition of publishing articles related to the development of concepts. Here is a collection from the early years that remain significant today.

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Exploration of Empathy in Nurse-Client Interaction.

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Science, Nursing and Nursing Science: A Conceptual Analysis.

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The Concept of Privacy.

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Analysis of the Concept of Empathy: Illustration of One Approach.

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The Idea of Health: A Philosophical Inquiry.

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The conceptualization of power.

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The concept of pattern in nursing: conceptual development and measurement.

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Toward an understanding of stability in nursing phenomena.

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Cohesiveness in groups: a concept in search of a definition.

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Intuition: concept analysis of a group phenomenon.

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Motivation in health behavior: Measurement, antecedents, and correlates.

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Intuition: A neglected hallmark of nursing knowledge.

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When client means more than one: Extending the foundational concept of person.

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Family social support: Toward a conceptual model.

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The hardiness characteristic: A motivating factor in adaptation.

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Health within illness: Conceptual evolution and practice possibilities.

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A Heideggerian phenomenologic perspective on the concept of the person.

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A critical social reconceptualization of environment in nursing: Implications for methodology.

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Conceptualizations of self-care: Toward health-oriented models.

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