Jill Cameron

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In a clinic population of 289 children (nine years of age and under) suspected of developmental delay, it was found that correlations on repeated administrations of the Bayley and/or Stanford-Binet intelligence tests were much higher than in normal children; that the magnitude of the correlations was inversely related to IQ level; that children initially(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors investigated cultural syndromes (multidimensional vectors comprising culturally based attitudes, values, and beliefs) and age as moderators of the emotional impact of illness intrusiveness--illness-induced lifestyle disruptions--in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and examined illness intrusiveness effects in total and separately for three(More)
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