2 edition of Summary of California DSM impact evaluation studies found in the catalog.
Summary of California DSM impact evaluation studies
Marilyn A. Brown
|Statement||Marilyn A. Brown and Philip E. Mihlmester.|
|Contributions||Mihlmester, Philip E., California DSM Advisory Committee (CADMAC)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. in various pagings : ill.|
Background. Genie's story came to light on November 4, , in Los Angeles, California. A social worker discovered the year old girl after her mother sought out services for her own health. The social worker soon discovered that the girl had been confined to a small room, and an investigation by authorities quickly revealed that the child had spent most of her life in this room, often. THE RELIABILITY OF DSM IMPACT ESTIMATES Edward L. Vine, Lawrence BerkeIey Laborato y, Berkeley, CA Martin G. Kushler, Michigan Public Service Commission, Lansing, MI Abstract Demand-side management (DSM) critics continue to question the reliability of DSM program savings and, therefore, the need for funding such programs.
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Title: Summary of California DSM Impact Evaluation Studies: Format: Working Paper: Publication Date: November Ivan Allen College Contributors: Marilyn A. Brown. PG&E has conducted several DSM impact evaluation studies (1-yr studies) for all resource programs.
These studies utilized integrated evaluation approaches that combined building simulation modeling (DOE-2), statistical engineering adjusted modeling, billing data regression models, surveys (telephone and on-site) and end-use metering : Elsia O.
Galawish. Maximizing the Value of Photovoltaic Installations on Schools in California: Choosing the Best Electricity Rates. Similarly, the production of precise impact results to qualify for shareholder incentives may discourage utilities from attempting to evaluate some of the more difficult program parameters, such as spillover effects and market barrier costs, as described in a recent report on California's measurement and evaluation load impact studies.'Cited by: 4.
4 EVALUATION PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES History Recently, the Foundation adopted a common strategic framework to be used across all its program areas: Outcome-focused Grantmaking (OFG).2 Monitoring and evaluation is the framework’s ninth element, but expectations about what. An impact evaluation relies on rigorous methods to determine the changes in outcomes which can be attributed to a specific intervention based on cause-and-effect analysis.
Impact evaluations need to account for the counterfactual – what would have occurred without the intervention through the use of an experimental or quasi-experimental design using comparison and treatment groups.
Purpose. an integrated on-site MW gas fired DG unit. The combined impact of the new facility is load building since the new facility can draw up to MW from the grid, even when the DG unit is running. The proper characterization of each type of demand-side management program.
Electronic library. Download books free. Finding books | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. In summary, DSM mental disorder classifications are relevant to SED as they form the operationalized definition of SED, and breadth of the diagnostic criteria for existing DSM-based mental disorders might impact the prevalence rates of SED.
The current operationalized prevalence of SED within epidemiological studies at the national level. Approaches for synthesizing DSM program evaluations: The Wisconsin DSM program evaluation database and a review of meta-analysis.
Current Symptoms/Behaviors: (DX supported by DSM-IV diagnostic criteria): Jill denied current suicidal ideation and reported that she has experienced no suicidal ideation since January, After her friend moved, Jill experienced transient thoughts that life wasn’t worth living for about one week, but had no suicide plan and made no attempts.
The Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5; American Psychiatric Association, ) may be among the most controversial and polarizing books.
[Show full abstract] evaluation; (3) prepared case studies on DSM programs per country; (4) tested the DEEP data collection instrument (DCI) and prepared an INDEEP DCI; (5) contacted. Revised DSM-V criteria for SAD should consider the inclusion of allocentric fear as an alternative way of expressing fear of negative evaluation.
In addition, the fear of offending others by emitting an unpleasant body odor, a characteristic symptom of the offensive subtype of TKS, is the core symptom of Olfactory Reference Syndrome, a new. of the project and its particular context. Grantees will likely need to balance many factors, including the evaluation purpose, scale, cost and program resources, when thinking about the timing of an evaluation.
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The book explicates how the challenges of identifying and correctly diagnosing those who feign mental illness will be compounded by the changes that the DSM-5 has introduced to the field.
With the broadening categories and definitions in the DSM-5, the incentives to feign mental illness in either the criminal or civil realm will likely increase. The impact of recent emotional distress and diagnosis of depression or anxiety on the physician-patient encounter in family practice.
J Fam Pract. – Zinbarg RE, Barlow DH, and Liebowitz M. et al. The DSM-IV field trial for mixed anxiety-depression. Am J Psychiatry. – Tiemens BG, Ormel J, Simon GE. evaluation in a manner consistent with the requirements of the California Labor Code.
Subchapter B, the psychological assessment report, is a guide for the psychologist in those instances where the psychologist's role is to provide psychological assessment as part of a collaborative evaluation of psychiatric injury.
The latter's findings are to be. Purpose of impact evaluation Impact evaluation serves both objectives of evaluation: lesson-learning and accountability.2 A properly designed impact evaluation can answer the question of whether the program is working or not, and hence assist in decisions about scaling up.
However, care must be taken about generalizing from a specific context. plans are therefore best designed as three-year plans: • year 1 is taken up with the planning process • year 2 is the first year of implemen-tation.California Department of Water Resources Economic Analysis Guidebook viii Executive Summary resources planning—environment, social equity, and economy.
Economic analysis can play an important role in evaluating all three: • Environmental evaluation: Tradeoffs between the “natural” and “human” environments exist, and.This book, which is intended for vocational rehabilitation (VR) professionals, is a guide to many of the disorders included in the "Diagnostic and Statistical Manual," fourth edition (DSM-IV), that VR professionals are likely to encounter.
The introduction discusses the relationship between psychiatric disorders and vocational functioning and explains the role of the DSM-IV in VR.