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A smoking-specific locus of control scale was developed by modifying a drinking-related locus of control scale. The new scale, Rotter's I-E scale, and a smoking questionnaire were administered to 70 subjects. Estimates of reliability indicated that the new scale had reasonably high internal consistency. Scores differed as a function of subjects' reports of(More)
T ransesophageal echocardiography (TEE) has become a routine diagnostic tool. The use of TEE in clinical practice is diverse, extending from the intraoperative management of patients who undergo cardiac surgery, aortic surgery, lung transplantation, and liver transplantation, 1–5 to emergent assessment of patients in the emergency room or intensive care(More)
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