Judy K. Martin

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Assessed the influence of adult in-session behavior and psychological variables on 77 preschool children's coping and distress during routine immunizations. Maternal anxiety was not related to the behavior of the parent, staff, or child. However, in-session behavior by one person was highly correlated with in-session behavior by the other people in the(More)
This study examines the work performance of 136 males, including both self-reports and reports of workplace collaterals. Comparisons are made on several dimensions of work performance and different levels of alcohol consumption. Different levels of drinking are not associated with scales of self-reported work performance, but relatively heavy drinkers are(More)
The relationship between subclinical depression and the fulfillment of important work roles is the focus of this study. The analysis controls for social processes (i.e., interpersonal stress) that may precede the development of depressive symptomatology and potential depressive distortion associated with self-report of symptoms and performance. Using(More)
The linkage of the gender mix of occupations to drinking patterns has been suggested by Wilsnack and Wilsnack (1991). Using a national sample of American workers, associations among gender, the gender mix of occupations, occupation, and drinking variables were explored. The results suggest that the relationship between the gender mix of occupations and(More)
An adult female with congenital Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome (RTS) and severe mental retardation is described, who presented with symptoms of severe over-activity, short attention span, mood lability, and aggressive outbursts in a cyclical pattern, suggestive of recurrent manic-like episodes. These symptoms improved significantly with divalproex (Depakote)(More)
The action of snake venom phospholipases A2 in intact human erythrocytes was investigated in detail. The basis phospholipase from Agkistrodon halys blomhifii was found to induce both hydrolysis of membrane phospholipids and total cell hemolysis under certain experimental conditions. The hydrolytic action of the basic enzyme was found to consist of two(More)
Theoretical understanding of the effects of groups on the development and the maintenance of adult problem drinking is sparse. Sociological theories predict that adult problem drinkers find support for their behavior among those with similar drinking patterns. By contrast, a widely diffused clinical conceptualization posits that 'significant others' who are(More)
With changing patterns of pediatric practice, the practising physician needs to acquire a deeper understanding of the emotional and intellectual development of the child. Skill is also required in the techniques of interviewing and counselling parents, and, with a knowledge of the origin of behavioural disorders, in treating these disorders. The Education(More)