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OBJECTIVE To evaluate the Bedtime Pass Program (BPP), an extinction-based procedure for treating bedtime resistance in typically developing children. METHODS A randomized, controlled trial in which nineteen 3- to 6-year-old children demonstrating bedtime resistance were randomly assigned to a Bedtime Pass or Monitoring Control group. The experimental(More)
The analgesic effects of R & S 218-M, administered in doses of 0.56 mg/70 kg and 0.35 mg/70 kg, were compared with those of morphine sulphate 10.5 mg/70 kg for the relief of abdominal pain following surgery in healthy adults. The drugs were given as the first potent analgesic after operation and the subjects were interviewed at 30-min intervals until the(More)
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