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Reflux nephropathy was diagnosed in 23 patients (14 per cent of all the patients who received transplants) between 1973 and 1977, and nephrectomy was performed in all. Histology and immunofluorescence revealed a glomerular sclerosis associated with the idiopathic nephrotic syndrome. No focal and segmental glomerular sclerosis was seen in kidneys removed(More)
We describe the development of a new measure to assess guilt related to concern about harming others. The two versions of the Interpersonal Guilt Questionnaire, a 45-item and 67-item version, include theoretically-based and clinically relevant categories of guilt: survivor guilt, separation/disloyalty guilt, omnipotent responsibility guilt, and self-hate(More)
Men and women in recovery from addiction were compared on levels of depression and self-conscious affect including proneness to shame, guilt, externalization, detachment, and pride. The sample consisted of 130 subjects (88 men and 42 women; mean age 33.04), 90 of whom were active participants in a 12-step recovery program, and 40 of whom were in a(More)
The authors describe a method for assessing the reliability of statements derived from psychodynamic case formulations. By reducing a narrative formulation into a series of distinct statements and rating their relevance to a particular patient, they obtained good interjudge reliabilities.
A 29-year-old white male with the Henoch-Schonlein syndrome and rapidly progressive glomerulonephritis received a kidney transplant. Postransplant, a glomerulonephritis histologically and immunologically indistinguishable from IgA nephropathy (Berger's disease) developed in the absence of any extrarenal manifestations of the Henoch-Schonlein syndrome. A(More)
Men and women in recovery from addiction were compared on levels of depression, guilt, and shame. The measurement of guilt included subscales of Survivor Guilt, Separation Guilt, Omnipotent Responsibility Guilt, Trait Guilt, State Guilt, and Adaptive Guilt. The sample included 75 men and 33 women in treatment in a residential treatment community. It was(More)
This article presents an overview of Control Mastery Theory, developed by Joseph Weiss, and applies this theory to the treatment of alcohol- and other drug-addicted clients. The article proposes that individual psychotherapy, in conjunction with self-help and other chemical dependency treatment programs, may be a significant component of the treatment of(More)