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The in vivo effects of penicillin and cefprozil therapy on the interaction between organisms commonly recovered from inflamed tonsils were studied by using a subcutaneous abscess model in mice. These organisms were group A beta-hemolytic streptococci (GABHS), Streptococcus salivarius (which is capable of interfering with GABHS), and Staphylococcus aureus.(More)
A role-reversal technique was employed to teach cognitive coping skills to a patient with a writing phobia. The patient presented desensitization scenes to the therapist and devised coping strategies for lessening anxiety. Treatment resulted in a reduction of anxiety and an increased ability to write in the presence of other people. A 10-mo. follow-up(More)
A feeding procedure was used with a Vietnam veteran who became highly anxious when near a springhouse that resembled the site where he had been wounded in Vietnam. After 36-hr of food deprivation, the patient ate his favorite meal while sitting next to the springhouse. Treatment successfully reduced both anxiety and avoidance behavior. Results of a 10-month(More)
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