David Milne

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The goal of this study was to seek indirect evidence that smoking is an aetiological factor in some patients with non-specific interstitial pneumonia (NSIP). Ten current and eight ex-smokers with NSIP were compared to controls including 137 current smokers with no known interstitial lung disease and 11 non-smokers with NSIP. Prevalence and extent of(More)
The psychometric properties of the test entitled Knowledge of Behavioral Principles as Applied to Children and two shortened forms of this test were investigated in two samples of British subjects. The first consisted of 162 psychiatric nurses, psychiatrists, occupational therapists, physiotherapists and clinical psychologists attending behaviour(More)
An evaluation of the psychological effects of high-altitude mountaineering was conducted on three subjects before, during, and after their ascent of a 25,600-ft. mountain. The assessment incorporated a battery of cognitive tests within a single-subject design, and the results indicated the absence of an effect. This is contrary to laboratory findings on the(More)
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