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Prevalence of anxiety disorder among alcoholics.
A preliminary study of the prevalence of DSM-III anxiety disorders in a group of inpatients treated for alcohol detoxification is presented. The rating was performed in accordance with the StructuredExpand
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Termination of Parental Rights: Focus on Defendants
The result of investigations of child abuse and neglect allegations may include the State's taking action to terminate parental rights (TPR). Though unification is ostensibly the goal in the earlyExpand
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PTSD in railroad drivers under the Federal employers' liability act.
Railroad and subway drivers can experience psychological trauma when trains strike or nearly miss other trains, motor vehicles, or persons or become instruments of death. Derailments, collisions, andExpand
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Pharmacotherapy of psychiatric emergencies.
The psychiatric emergency service has become a major provider of psychiatric care over the past decade. Concomitant with this growth has been an emphasis on pharmacological treatment. While rapidExpand
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Physostigmine test in the rabbit syndrome and tardive dyskinesia.
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Head, Examined: Clarence Darrow's X-Ray Vision of Criminal Responsibility
Shortly after Roentgen's discovery of X-rays and their application to human imaging, the legal profession began to use the technology in litigation. Though the use of brain imaging did not find itsExpand
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Autism Spectrum Disorder and Criminal Justice: Square Peg in a Round Hole?
Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is associated with deficits in social cognition, personal idiosyncrasies and impaired empathy. Though most individuals with ASD steer clear of criminal justice, theirExpand
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A study of circumstances surrounding patient assaults on psychiatrists.
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Rapid tranquilization: the efficacy of oral concentrate.
The efficacy of oral concentrate in the rapid tranquilization of 159 acutely disturbed patients in a psychiatric emergency service was evaluated. Patients were randomly assigned to 1 of 10 treatmentExpand
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Isaac ray at 200: phrenology and expert testimony.
  • K. J. Weiss
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry…
  • 1 September 2007
In honor of Isaac Ray's 200th birthday, the author examines his early career for an example of critical thinking about expert testimony. Ray, a scientist from the outset, expressed interest inExpand
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