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Association of the A1 allele of the D2 dopamine receptor gene with severe alcoholism.
In a blinded study, 159 subjects composed of nonalcoholics (N = 43), less severe alcoholics (N = 44), severe alcoholics (N = 52) and young children of alcoholics (CoAs, N = 20) were studied for theirExpand
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Heart Rate Variability in Patients with Coronary Artery Disease: Differences in Patients with Higher and Lower Depression Scores
Objective This study tested the hypothesis that coronary artery disease patients with higher depression scores have lower heart rate variability during daily life. Method: Thirty-three men and nineExpand
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Blood pressure reactions to the cold pressor test and the prediction of ischaemic heart disease: data from the Caerphilly Study.
Only two studies have specifi-cally tackled the issue of whether large bloodpressure reactions to brief hand immersion incold water are associated with increased risk forcoronary heart disease. InExpand
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Comparison of perception of angina pectoris during exercise testing in African-Americans versus Caucasians.
In a sample of 142 patients with positive treadmill test results, we found that African-Americans reported anginal pain during exercise at nearly twice the rate of Caucasians, and had a significantlyExpand
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Assessing Intercultural Sensitivity in Mission Candidates and Personnel
In more than 20 years of cross-cultural ministry I have come across numerous workers with years of experience who are sensitive with members of other cultures, understanding of cultural nuances, andExpand
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Heart rate variability at rest and during mental stress in patients with coronary artery disease: Differences in patients with high and low depression scores
This study tested the hypothesis that coronary artery disease (CAD) patients with high depressed mood scores differ in sympatho-vagal balance during mental stress compared to patients with lowExpand
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Blood pressure reactions to the cold pressor test and the prediction of future blood pressure status: data from the Caerphilly study.
The prognostic significance of the cold pressor test in hypertension remains a matter of controversy. Following determination at an initial screening session, blood pressure (BP) was recorded atExpand
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RECOVERING THE MISSIONAL CHURCH
A one day forum looking at local area traffic planning, Australian Institute of Traffic Planning and Management, Friday, 28th May, 1982 (Sydney, New South Wales). (summary of papers)
The papers presented to the forum are: policy, road hierarchies and assistance to councils (camkin,h); policy, local traffic committees and assistance to local government (dobinson,k); problem ofExpand