Judi Standley

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Risk factors for esophageal adenocarcinoma include obesity, high fat intake, and low consumption of fruits and vegetables. This trial tested whether an intervention to reduce these risk factors in patients with Barrett esophagus, a preneoplastic condition for esophageal adenocarcinoma, could reduce biomarkers of cellular proliferation and, by inference, the(More)
BACKGROUND Recent studies suggest that diet records are more valid measures of nutrient intake than are food-frequency questionnaires. However, food records are considered unsuitable for large studies due to the need to train participants and to review and correct completed records. METHODS We evaluated a self-administered 3-day food record protocol in(More)
Six athetoid cerebral palsy patients participated in the following: speech and motor prebiofeedback training evaluation; frontal EMG biofeedback training, 6 wk; speech and motor postbiofeedback training evaluation. Frontal pretraining levels for the subjects averaged 28.9 muV p-p. Subjects' feedback consisted of an auditory signal (clicks) varying(More)
Multiple-day diet records can be unsuitable for cohort studies because of high administrative and analytical costs. Costs could be reduced if a subsample of participants were analyzed in a nested case-control study. However, completed records are usually reviewed ("documented") with participants to correct errors and omissions before analysis. The authors(More)
J. Standley, G. A. Thomas, H. M. Hunter, A.A. Webb and S. Berthelsen, Decreases over seven years in subsoil nitrate in a Vertisol with grain sorghum and grass 1 J. R. Cumming and L.H. Weinstein, Aluminum-mycorrhizal interactions in the physiology of pitch pine seedlings 7 P. H. Brown, R. M. Welch and J. T. Madison, Effect of nickel deficiency on soluble(More)
Subsoil chemical properties and root distributions were measured over seven years under annual grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) cropping with crop residue retention and zero tillage and under perennial Rhodes grass (Chloris gayana). The site, in the semi-arid subtropics of eastern central Queensland, was a Vertisol with alkaline topsoil and acid, strongly(More)
Four cerebral-palsied children participated in the following ABAB design: speech and motor pre-electrophysiologic behavior modification (EMB) evaluation; frontal EMG EMB, six weeks; speech and motor post-EBM evaluation; six weeks no training; speech and motor reevaluation; EMG EBM, four weeks; speech and motor evaluation. Auditory and visual feedback of(More)
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