Jessica K Pogue

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An additive factors method (AFM) experiment was undertaken to determine whether the preprocessing and identification stages of information processing are implicated in the slowing of reaction time (RT) by hypoxia. The subjects (n = 14) responded at two levels of light intensity to pairs of lines that differed in length while breathing a low oxygen mixture(More)
Psychological distress, including depression and anxiety, has been associated with increased risk for sexual revictimization in youth who have experienced child sexual abuse. The present study utilized assessment information from treatment seeking youth with histories of sexual abuse to explore specific risk indicators for revictimization-risk taking,(More)
A substantial proportion of sexual abuse victims report repeat sexual victimization within childhood or adolescence; however, there is limited understanding of factors contributing to revictimization for youth. Thus, the present study examined predictors of sexual revictimization prior to adulthood using ecological systems theory. Records of 1,915 youth(More)
In order to determine the usefulness of Computerized Tomography (CT) scanning in making a diagnosis of dementia of the Alzheimer type, a group of patients diagnosed by NINCDS-ADRDA criteria (n = 22) were compared to a group of normal subjects (n = 49) using certain defined linear CT scan measurements. These measurements included specific measurements of the(More)
This experiment investigated the effects of nitrogen narcosis on reaction time (RT) and P300 latency and amplitude. Ten subjects breathed either air or a non-narcotic 20% oxygen-80% helium (heliox) mixture in a hyperbaric chamber at 6.5, 8.3 and 10 atmospheres absolute (ATA). The subjects responded under controlled accuracy conditions to visually presented(More)
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