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This study examined memory functioning on the Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised in a group of adult tungsten carbide workers with hard metal disease and a group of matched controls. The hard-metal-exposed group of workers showed memory deficits related to difficulties in attention and verbal memory, with an apparent sparing of visual-spatial memory.(More)
Despite the wide-spread use of Subjective Units of Discomfort Scales, or SUDS, to measure anxiety to specific stimuli, little information has been published on the validity of such scales and even less on their use as global measures of emotional and physical discomfort. Data was examined for 182 consecutive admissions to a psychology clinic to determine(More)
To determine which of three published models best characterizes the factor structure of the Portuguese version of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scales-21 and to assess its validity and reliability. Confirmatory factor analysis of Depression Anxiety and Stress Scale-21 for 1,297 adult, primary care outpatients (66.7% female, Mage = 48.57 years) comparing 3(More)
Twenty-four undergraduates were assigned to two groups to determine if the T3 computerized finger-tapping task could discriminate between persons motivated to perform optimally and those motivated to perform sub-optimally. Group HI was instructed to simulate a head-injured person undergoing an insurance evaluation, whereas group J was instructed to simulate(More)
To evaluate the memory complaints of a group of patients with hard metal disease, 12 adult, former tungsten carbide workers with hard metal disease and 26 healthy, unexposed control subjects matched for age, race, sex, occupational status and education were administered the Wechsler Memory Scale-Revised (WMS-R), the Peterson Word Triad Test, Squire's(More)