Adam Rothenberg

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Although it is widely recognized that eating disorders primarily begin during the adolescent period, the centrality of obsessive-compulsive symptomatology and dynamisms and their relationship to adolescent conflict and development has not been generally accepted or understood. Social pressures toward conformity with the ideal of feminine thinness, which are(More)
  • M Bannert, R Battiston L, Ph B Locit, F Bonaudi, K Borera, M Borgilini +17 others
  • 2002
We report the results of a search for single isolated electrons of high transverse momentum at the ('I-RN ~p collider. Above 15 GeV/e, four events are found having large missing transverse energy along a direction opposite in azimuth to that of the high-p-l-electron. Both the configuration of the events and their number are consistent with the expectations(More)
An experiment was performed to examine the role of homospatial thinking in visual art. Each of 43 university-level art students produced three drawing stimulated by pairs of slides. Subjects were randomly assigned to view the pairs either superimposed on one another or separated on the screen. Drawings were independently judged by two internationally noted(More)
A review of differential diagnostic information from 11 studies of patients with anorexia nervosa is provided. Both intercurrent depressive and obsessive-compulsive features are most frequently reported overall. In seven of these studies providing information about premorbid and intercurrent personality disturbances, obsessive-compulsive characteristics are(More)
The creative role of homospatial thinking in visual art was assessed in an experiment with 39 highly talented young artists. In order to compare the creative effects of visual elements occupying the same space with identical elements arrayed in a combined foreground and background organization, superimposed slide images were presented to a randomly selected(More)
To assess a tendency to rapid opposite responding associated with the type of creative cognition called janusian thinking, timed word association tests were administered to 12 creative scientists who were Nobel laureates, 18 hospitalized patients, and 113 college students divided as controls into high and low creative groups. Nobel laureates gave the(More)