James W Ingram

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The current study was carried out to examine the possible relationships among personality/behavioral characteristics and anterior/posterior (A/P) functional cerebral asymmetry in children referred for learning problems. Two hundred nineteen children between 7 and 12 years of age were administered a battery of neuropsychological measures, and their parents(More)
The influence of time, manifested in the oscillatory nature of physiology, has been documented in many processes. Within blood flow restriction literature, the restrictive stimulus is often applied based on a single arterial occlusion measurement, which is closely related to brachial systolic blood pressure (bSBP). Considering the oscillatory nature of(More)
A five-year study of possible teratogenicity of exogenous female sex hormones included three case-control studies and one cohort study. The first case-control study disclosed an estimated relative risk of 8.41 and a highly significant difference in maternal hormonal exposure (P less than .001) between controls and infants with three major anomalies of the(More)
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