Elaine Brimer

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Auditory and visual stimulus-seeking behavior was measured in hyperactive and nonhyperactive youngsters. The design controlled for motor activity level. The results indicate that hyperactive children preferred auditory stimulation more than the control children. There were no differences in stimulus-seeking preferences in the visual modality. The groups did(More)
Conventional patient information systems generally ignore the characteristics of patients' residential communities in favor of individual characteristics. This omission precludes them from yielding information about issues of public health importance, i.e., the impact service organizations have on the communities they are supposed to serve. The University(More)
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