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Mental health professionals' attitudes and practices towards male childhood sexual abuse.
OBJECTIVE This study aims to test the hypothesis of Holmes, Offen, and Waller (1997) that mental health professionals are not asking male patients about histories of sexual abuse. It also aims toExpand
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Dialectical behaviour therapy: An increasing evidence base
Background: Dialectical behaviour therapy (DBT) was originally developed and evaluated for the treatment of women diagnosed with borderline personality disorder (BPD) in the community. Since then theExpand
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A real-world study of the effectiveness of DBT in the UK National Health Service.
OBJECTIVES Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) has gained widespread popularity as a treatment for borderline personality disorder (BPD), and its efficacy has been demonstrated in several trials.Expand
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Responses of single neurons in the hippocampus of the macaque related to recognition memory
In order to analyse how hippocampal activity is related to memory, the activity of single hippocampal neurons was recorded while macaques performed a recognition memory task. In the task, the firstExpand
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Hippocampal neurons in the monkey with activity related to the place in which a stimulus is shown
In order to analyze the functions of the hippocampus in the primate, and to advance the understanding of amnesia, the activity of 994 single hippocampal neurons in the monkey was analyzed during theExpand
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ALLOCENTRIC AND EGOCENTRIC SPATIAL INFORMATION-PROCESSING IN THE HIPPOCAMPAL-FORMATION OF THE BEHAVING PRIMATE
To investigate how space is represented in the primate hippocampus, the activity of single neurons was recorded in the hippocampus of behaving macaque monkeys. Neurons that responded differentlyExpand
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Allocentric versus egocentric spatial memory after unilateral temporal lobectomy in humans.
Thirty patients who had undergone either a right or left unilateral temporal lobectomy (14 RTL; 16 LTL) and 16 control participants were tested on a computerized human analogue of the Morris WaterExpand
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The experiences of fathers with psychosis
Background: Fathers with psychosis have often been ignored by the research community. Aims: This project was designed to explore some of the potential issues concerning this group. Method: This studyExpand
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Deficits in spatial working memory after unilateral temporal lobectomy in man
Forty neurosurgical patients and 20 controls were tested on a series of computerized tasks (the executive golf, structured golf and rotate tasks) designed to investigate spatial working memory. AsExpand
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The effect of goal-subgoal conflict on planning ability after frontal- and temporal-lobe lesions in humans
Twenty-one patients with unilateral prefrontal cortical neurosurgical lesions (11 left and 10 right) and 38 patients with unilateral temporal lobectomy (19 left and 19 right) were compared to 44Expand
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