Jacinthe Leblanc

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In immediate serial recall, high-frequency words are better recalled than low-frequency words. Recently, it has been suggested that high-frequency words are better recalled because of their better long-term associative links, and not because of the intrinsic properties of their long-term representations. In the experiment reported here, recall performance(More)
OBJECTIVE This study evaluated the effectiveness of a supervised benzodiazepine taper, singly and combined with cognitive behavior therapy, for benzodiazepine discontinuation in older adults with chronic insomnia. METHOD Seventy-six older adult outpatients (38 women, 38 men; mean age of 62.5 years) with chronic insomnia and prolonged use (mean duration of(More)
Certain personality traits or disorders in combination with clinical signs complicate the diagnosis and treatment of depression. The approaches to the relationships between personality and mood disorders vary. Some see important links between normal personality types (or temperaments) and depression, while others see certain temperaments as sub-syndromic(More)
  • J Leblanc
  • Canadian journal of psychiatry. Revue canadienne…
  • 1985
After having defined his conception of what community psychiatry is, where it is situated in the line of evolution of modern psychiatry, the author weighs the pertinence of teaching residents knowledge pertaining to a sector in full identity crisis. The effort is worthwhile, since this crisis has permitted the community psychiatrist to better define(More)
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