Jonathan Watts Hull

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In this paper, we have described a type of resistance that has attracted increasing psychoanalytic attention in recent years. Patients exposed to intense negativity during early life may develop an addiction to negative experience as adolescents and adults, and this may constitute a central organizing feature of their personality. In almost all patients,(More)
Many psychoanalytic writers have viewed acting out and somatization as alternate routes for the discharge of uncontained aggressive impulses in borderline patients. In order to investigate this empirically, we tracked the occurrence of two related behaviors--acting up and physical illness--over the course of one patient's long-term hospitalization. Daily(More)
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Alabama !Arkansas !Georgia !Kentucky !Louisiana !Maryland !Mississippi !Missouri North Carolina !Oklahoma !South Carolina !Tennessee !Texas!Virginia !West Virginia Contracting in Tobacco by Jonathan Watts Hull July 2001 In 1999, Philip Morris announced its intention to begin contracting directly with U.S. tobacco farmers. Coming as it did in the midst of a(More)
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  • 2001
Introduction Obesity among Americans is now considered a serious health concern, with the number of Americans categorized as overweight or obese continuing to rise annually. A similar increase in the number of young people so categorized and a correlating decline in the reported amount of physical activity among this group has raised concerns that America(More)
Background For centuries, farmers have improved the varieties of their crops by careful selection for desired traits, breeding out inferior strains and choosing plants for their hardiness, the quality of their seed or fruit, and their overall desirability. As our understanding of genetics has improved, so has our ability to manage crops and species in such(More)
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