This manual is a guide to psychosocial interventions to help people cope with the emotional effects of disasters. Permission is granted to review, abstract, translate and/or reproduce any portion of this manual for use consistent with this purpose, but not for sale or for use in conjunction with commercial purposes. Please acknowledge this manual as source… (More)
Only one report on the neuropsychological sequelae of attempted hanging exists in the English language. Two cases of attempted hanging with subsequent isolated memory deficits are reported. Possible mechanisms for induction of this amnesia are discussed. In these two cases it is most likely that circulatory disturbance produced by the ligatures caused… (More)
A 6-trial version of the verbal Selective Reminding Test was administered to 56 adults, ages 18 to 58 years, with no prior neurological or psychiatric history. Norms are reported for all scores generated by the test.
The present study investigated whether there are significant differences in the responses of individuals of varied social class background to selected TAT cards. White, female college students (N = 70) were classified as "working class" or "middle class" according to the characteristics of their families of origin and were asked to write stories in response… (More)
Quantitative differences in subjects' responses to selected TAT cards were studied. 70 white, female college students wrote stories in response to TAT Cards 1, 2, 3BM, 12M, and 13MF. Stories were scored for several measures of drive intensity, defensive pattern, and object relational pattern. On all measures, the several cards were associated with different… (More)