Denise Duncan

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61 have advanced the idea that people might slip into trance spontaneously, so that responses to suggestion can be taken as evidence that the person is in a hypnotic state. The circularity of this position has long been argued. People are hypothesized to be responding to suggestion because they have slipped into a trance, but the only reason for claiming(More)
(1983) Comparison of chlormethiazole (Hemlnevrin) and chlordiazepoxide (Llbrium) in the treatment of acute alcohol withdrawal. A controlled trial of chlormethiazole and chlordiazepoxide in the treatment of the acute withdrawal phase of alcoholism. Is clonidine useful in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal? Rapid cycling (RC) occurs in up to 20% of patients(More)
Seizures are a serious adverse effect of many antidepressants: most, if not all, tricyclics (TCAs) lower the seizure threshold, some atypicals (e.g. maprotiline) are known to cause convulsions and seizures have been reported to occur with all selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Opinions vary on which is the safest antidepressant to use in(More)
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