Jessica Leavell

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The Culturally Competent Relaxation Intervention (CCRI) was developed and assessed with 25 Latino adults. In contrast to traditional psychotherapeutic and relaxation interventions, which are highly influenced by individualistic/idiocentric (the tendency to define oneself in isolation from others) assumptions, the CCRI was designed according to an(More)
Twenty-eight hours of endorphin receptor blockade by subcutaneous naloxone infusion produced behavioral and respiratory symptoms resembling opiate abstinence syndrome. Rats were implanted subcutaneously with two Alzet osmotic minipumps delivering 0.7 mg/kg per hour naloxone or with two control minipumps containing distilled water only. They were observed(More)
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