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OBJECTIVE To examine the relationship between behavioral inhibition and child psychopathology and measures of family adversity indexed through "expressed emotion." METHOD Maternal expressed emotion was assessed via Five-Minute-Speech-Sample in two samples of children evaluated for prevalence of DSM-III disorders and assessed via laboratory observations(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the role of maternal psychopathology in influencing "expressed emotion" (EE) directed toward children with behavioral inhibition (BI) or psychiatric disorders. METHOD Maternal EE was assessed via Five-Minute-Speech-Sample in two samples of children previously evaluated for child and maternal lifetime prevalence of DSM-III disorders(More)
Two hundred eighty-five volunteers from a community college were screened on campus for accuracy of their smooth pursuit eye movements (SPEM) by electrooculograph (EOG). Those volunteers with the least and the most accurate SPEM were recalled to the laboratory for a comprehensive evaluation of clinical and demographic characteristics, family history,(More)
  • Gary B. Shelly, Misty E. Vermaat, Shelly Cashman, Jeffrey J. Quasney, Susan L. Sebok, Steven M. Freund +4 others
  • 2010
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Background: We evaluated brief combination interventions to simultaneously reduce sexual and injection risks among female sex workers who inject drugs (FSW-IDUs) in Tijuana (TJ) and Ciudad Juarez (CJ) Mexico during 2008-2010, when harm reduction was expanding in TJ, but not CJ. Methods: FSW-IDUs ]18 years reporting recently sharing injection equipment and(More)
A study of two groups of female psychiatric inpatients, differing in level of ego development, explored domains of self-perception that best predicted global self-worth and symptom clusters that best predicted second-order factors of self perception. Findings revealed quantitative and qualitative differences in self-complexities, and more positive(More)
This study compared the self-perceptions of three groups of adolescents: one group with conduct disorder, a second group comorbid with both mood and conduct disorder, and a third group of normal controls. Results indicated that the three groups differed on several domains of self-perception, with each group reporting perceived strengths and weaknesses.(More)
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