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This paper estimates the prevalence of dental phobias in the community. Information collected from diverse sources yields a rate for dental phobias within the range 10-14 per cent. It is concluded… (More)
This article discusses the role of relaxation training in psychiatric hospitals. Details of indications and contraindications are given. Interdisciplinary approach is stressed. Some ways in which… (More)
The Melbourne Pain Apperception Film is described. Scores correlated significantly with both ischaemic pain threshold and tolerance.
This paper reviews the theoretical aspects of clinical use of relaxation and the problems inherent in its application in a hospital setting. It discusses the relative usefulness of relaxation… (More)
This study examined changes in 32 patients' stress and arousal levels before and after an initial crisis intervention interview, according to the degree of mismatch between patient and therapist… (More)
The problems of clinical measurement of pain are considered. Various adjuncts to the standard clinical interview are proposed. These are: written reports, visual analogue scales, McGill's Pain… (More)
The relative usefulness of various methods of assessment of pain is discussed. It is suggested that keeping an ongoing record of patients' pain is of value both to the patient and to the therapist.
Large inocula of Stenotrophomonas maltophilia VUN 10,003 were used to investigate bacterial degradation of benzo[a]pyrene and dibenz[a,h]anthracene. Although strain VUN 10,003 was capable of… (More)