C R Staebler

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It has been hypothesized that sexual conflict is a causal factor in the development of obsessive compulsive disorder. This study investigated the relationship between obsessive compulsive disorder and variables related to the individual's sexual history, present life, sexual satisfaction, and marital adjustment. Of inpatient admissions, 363 who met criteria(More)
It has been hypothesized that parents of patients with obsessive compulsive disorder exhibit specific traits. 320 consecutive inpatient admissions who met criteria for OCD, depression, and panic disorder checked a list of adjectives to describe their parents. Patients with OCD were 1) less likely to perceive their mothers as disorganized than depressives,(More)
The exact role of ovarian sex steroids in the neuroendocrine regulation of thyrotropin (TSH) release in women can only be accurately assessed in the absence of any considerable ovarian sex steroid feedback upon the hypothalamic-pituitary unit. Consequently, the unstimulated episodic and thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) stimulated TSH secretion was(More)
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