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03 Nov 2015


There are lots of issues in psychology that both interest and puzzle me but there is one in particular that we are especially curious about and interested in-people's attitudes toward various management processes for nocturnal enuresis (the clinical term for bed-wetting) specially in older children, adolescents, teenagers, and adults. Although this is not a psychological issue by itself; how people react to, interact with, and perceive individuals using protective garments to control their bed-wetting has psychological ramifications because of these individuals. Depending on how other people respond to the incontinent individual the ramifications might be either positive or negative. We've read a fair amount relating to this subject and...