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To determine the prevalence of major depression in cancer patients and assess the usefulness of the dexamethasone suppression test (DST) and the thyrotropin-releasing hormone (TRH) stimulation test for diagnosing major depression in these patients, the authors studied 83 women hospitalized for gynecological cancer. Nineteen (23%) had major depression(More)
Smokers requesting self-help materials for smoking cessation (N = 2,021) were randomized to receive (a) an experimental self-quitting guide emphasizing nicotine fading and other nonaversive behavioral strategies, (b) the same self-quitting guide with a support guide for the quitter's family and friends, (c) self-quitting and support guides along with four(More)
The effects of major depression on peripheral blood natural killer cell phenotypes and natural killer cell activity were studied by comparing depressed and normal control subjects. Depressed subjects exhibited (1) significant reductions in Leu-11 (CD16) natural killer effector cells and natural killer cell activity and (2) a dissociation of the normal(More)
We examined the statistical methods applied to research studies that used parallel-groups repeated measures designs. Sixty-three of the 343 articles that were published in four major psychiatry research journals during a 6-month period contained data of this type. Seven (11%) of the 63 articles applied a multivariate analysis of variance. Four (6%) used a(More)
Misclassification errors caused by imperfect sensitivity (U) and specificity (V) can affect statistical inferences in epidemiology. Such errors can lead to biases and increased standard errors in estimates of rates. Furthermore, low U and V can have a catastrophic effect on the power of a test to detect a change in rate, and, if U and V change even slightly(More)
We examined the utility of patient self-report forms in identifying those gynecologic oncology patients who would be diagnosed by an experienced consultation-liaison psychiatrist as suffering from major depression. Sixty-five women with gynecologic tumors were evaluated by a consultation-liaison psychiatrist, using standardized (DSM-III) criteria. Each(More)
The results of a systematic neuroleptic withdrawal study in 38 mentally retarded children, adolescents, and young adults are described. The focus of the study was the occurrence of side effects of chronic neuroleptic treatment: tardive dyskinesia, transient withdrawal dyskinesia, nondyskinetic withdrawal symptoms, and a possible behavioral analogue of(More)
Of 41 children, adolescents, and young adults who were withdrawn from chronic neuroleptic treatment, 18 developed tardive dyskinesia, withdrawal dyskinesia, nondyskinetic withdrawal symptoms, or transient behavior deterioration. Development of neuroleptic-related problems seemed to be associated with cumulative neuroleptic dose and possibly with the sex of(More)