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Childhood sexual and physical abuse in adult patients with borderline personality disorder.
- S. Ogata, K. Silk, S. Goodrich, N. Lohr, D. Westen, E. Hill
- PsychologyThe American journal of psychiatry
A stepwise logistic regression revealed that derealization, diagnostic group, and chronic dysphoria were the best predictors of childhood sexual abuse in this group of patients.
Evaluating measures of family history of alcoholism: density versus dichotomy.
FHD is a good candidate to be a standard FH measure because it is quantitative, based on familial relatedness and capable of accounting for significant variation in alcoholism diagnosis and two indices of alcoholism severity in men and in women.
The role of future unpredictability in human risk-taking
The results demonstrate the usefulness of applying concepts from life history theory to enhance the understanding of human behavior, particularly environmental unpredictability and life expectancy.
Childhood unpredictability, schemas for unpredictability, and risk taking
The present paper describes a conceptual model of possible antecedents, markers, and consequences of unpredictability schemas, and outlines empirical support for the model. Early experiences,…
Life-history theory and risky drinking.
Risky drinking behavior is more frequently observed in young men, and it increases where environmental instability is higher, and the utility of life-history theory is compared to alternate conceptions of risky drinking and dependence.
Effect of alcohol on social phobic anxiety.
- J. Himle, J. Abelson, H. Haghightgou, E. Hill, R. Nesse, G. Curtis
- Medicine, PsychologyThe American journal of psychiatry
- 1 August 1999
Alcohol does not directly reduce social phobia, but the belief that one received alcohol may reduce social anxiety, and repeated measures analyses of variance yielded no significant differences in anxiety.
Emergency medical services outcomes project I (EMSOP I): prioritizing conditions for outcomes research.
Symptoms and correlates of anabolic-androgenic steroid dependence.
The data support the notion that AASs are addicting, and suggest that dissatisfaction with body size may lead to dependent patterns of use.
Nicotine dependence and withdrawal in alcoholic and nonalcoholic ever-smokers.
Predictors of comorbid alcohol and substance abuse in depressed adolescents.
- C. King, N. Ghaziuddin, L. McGovern, E. Brand, E. Hill, M. Naylor
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of the American Academy of Child and…
- 1 June 1996
Clinicians should conduct comprehensive assessments of alcohol/substance abuse in depressed adolescents with the identified clinical profiles, given that alcohol abuse and depression are associated with highly impaired social functioning and increased risk of self-harm.