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Research on driver perception and interpretation of auditory signals has generally been conducted under conditions of low-to-moderate ambient in-cab noise. In a series of four experiments, the effects of various ambient noise conditions on the perceived meaning of auditory signals were investigated. Noise conditions that may be realistically anticipated in… (More)
Twelve patients with borderline personality disorder and 15 healthy comparison subjects were challenged with single doses of oral m-chlorophenylpiperazine (m-CPP) and placebo. Following m-CPP, the patients experienced decreased anger and fear. Seven of the 12 patients reported a "spacy," "high," depersonalized/derealized experience following m-CPP, which… (More)
The authors observed 20 patients over time for mal-adaptive personality traits during hospitalization and made longitudinal diagnoses to validate Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-III-R (SCID) assessments of personality disorders. The SCID assessments identified certain personality disorders better than others.