D B Nagelberg

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The present study used the Restraint Scale (Herman & Polivy, 1975) and the Binge Scale (Hawkins & Clement, 1980) to identify two distinct groups of college students: those who scored high on both scales ("restrained/binge eaters") and those who scored low on both scales ("unrestrained/nonbinge eaters"). Following subject identification, 26 restrained/binge(More)
A screening questionnaire for bulimic symptoms was completed by 244 college women. Approximately 79% reported binge eating (uncontrolled, excessive eating) occurrences. Twenty women (8.2% of the sample) reported self-induced vomiting after binge eating or "normal" meals. A subsample of 31 students were interviewed and administered the Restraint Scale,(More)
Utilizing a dosage of cycloheximide which was found to inhibit cerebral protein synthesis by almost 90% after injection, separate groups of 13-day-old mice received either cycloheximide or saline followed by 0 (control), 15, or 25 training trials in a discriminated shock-escape T-maze. Twenty-four hr later, each mouse was treated with cycloheximide or(More)
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