Linda Pinkham

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OBJECTIVE This study tested the hypothesis that the risk for affective and impulsive personality disorder traits commonly found in patients with borderline personality disorder would be greater in the first-degree relatives of probands with borderline personality disorder than in two comparison groups. METHOD Blind family history interviews were conducted(More)
To evaluate whether probands from a clinical sample diagnosed as having DSM-III schizotypal and/or paranoid personality disorder have a familial relationship to the schizophrenia-related disorders, the morbid risk for schizophrenia-related disorders and other psychiatric disorders were evaluated in the first-degree relatives of patients with schizotypal(More)
OBJECTIVE The possible heterogeneity of the schizophrenia-related personality disorder traits associated with DSM-III criteria for schizotypal personality disorder was investigated using the family history method. A familial relationship to schizophrenia was hypothesized for schizophrenia-related personality disorder traits without coexisting affective(More)
Interploidy crosses between diploid daylily (Hemerocallis) cultivars (2n = 22) and tetraploid cultivars (2n = 44) were performed via in vivo hybridization aiming to produce triploid hybrid germplasm (3n = 33). Plant growth regulator-free MS based medium containing 5 levels of sucrose—1, 2, 3, 4 or 5% was used to optimize the embryo rescue medium. It was(More)
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