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Attention deficit, conduct, oppositional, and anxiety disorders in children: III. Laboratory differences
Children aged 5–13 years with DSM-III diagnoses of Attention Deficit (ADDH), Anxiety, (ANX), or Conduct plus ADDH (HC) Disorder and matched normal controls were compared on a set of laboratoryExpand
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Attention deficit, conduct, oppositional, and anxiety disorders in children: II. Clinical characteristics.
Abstract One hundred and five children aged 5-12 with diagnoses of Anxiety, Attention Deficit (ADDH), Conduct, or Oppositional Disorders were compared with each other and with normal subjects.Expand
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Attention deficit, conduct, oppositional, and anxiety disorders in children: I. A review of research on differentiating characteristics.
Abstract Studies comparing Attention Deficit. Anxiety, and Conduct Disorders are reviewed. Most studies only compare one diagnostic group with normal subjects, and there are remarkable similaritiesExpand
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Maternity Blues: Phenomena and Relationship to Later Post Partum Depression
As part of a prospective investigation of postnatal psychiatric disorder, 66 women, randomly selected antenatally, completed visual analogue scales postpartum and rated their mood state daily for twoExpand
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Determinants of management errors in acute severe asthma.
BACKGROUND It is hypothesised that, despite recent initiatives to improve asthma self-management including asthma education, detailed investigation of the sequence of events culminating in hospitalExpand
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Differential influences on asthma self-management knowledge and self-management behavior in acute severe asthma.
AIM While asthma education increases knowledge, it is less clear whether education influences actual patient behavior. To determine whether there are differences between asthma self-managementExpand
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Assessment of practical knowledge of self-management of acute asthma.
AIMS To develop an instrument for the measurement of, and to determine the level of, practical knowledge of self-management of acute asthma. METHODS Eighty patients with moderate/severe asthmaExpand
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Follow-up results from a randomised controlled trial evaluating in- and outpatient pain management programmes
&NA; This study reports a 9–18 month follow‐up of a randomised controlled trial of pain management programmes for chronic, non‐malignant pain. Twenty‐two inpatients, 18 outpatients and 12 controlExpand
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Scanning two memorized lists
Subjects were timed as they decided whether singly presented probe words belonged to one or the other of two memorized lists, or to neither list. Each list varied in length from one to four words.Expand
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“Unstress”: A low-cost community psychology approach to stress-management: An evaluated case study from New Zealand
This research concerns an attempt to design and evaluate a 10-week, lay- led, low-cost stress-management program for dissemination at the community level. It is based on community needs assessment,Expand
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