Background: Despite growing recognition of person-centered care as an essential component of quality care, little is known about how person-centered care can be implemented in the provision of care services and how it is empirically related to outcomes in the rehabilitation settings. Objectives: To investigate the extent of implementation of the person-centered care in rehabilitation practices, as well as its effects on relevant outcomes. Design: Systematic literature review. Methods: Based on the inclusion criteria, quantitative studies that examined person-centered rehabilitation interventions and relevant outcomes were included. Study quality assessment, data extraction, and synthesis were performed.
Coping Strategies of Prison Inmates: Literature Review
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It points out two factors anonymity and a weakened sense of responsibility that help to explain the behavior exhibited by the participants in both roles of guards and prisoners. Deindividuation of the prisoners was caused by the rules of the experiment, which included the replacement of prisoners ' names by code numbers, similar uniforms, wearing stockings on head and the realistic process of arresting participants. In addition, Social Identity model of Deindividuation Effects helped explaining the state by the process of merging with the assigned role, which affected the behavior of all. In Ted Talk I believe Zimbardo did a good job explaining the idea of evil. He believes that there is no line between good and evil.