Lisa Juliane Schneider

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BACKGROUND Synchronous bilateral breast carcinoma (SBBC) is an uncommon presentation, and the management of patients with this disease is not well established. METHODS In order to evaluate whether patients with early-stage SBBC could be safely and effectively treated with bilateral breast-conserving therapy (BCT), the authors retrospectively reviewed the(More)
BACKGROUND Randomized clinical trials have clearly demonstrated that the use of radiation therapy (RT) following breast-conserving surgery (CS) substantially reduces the risk of local recurrence. However, the low rate of local recurrence after CS and RT for patients without known risk factors, and the recent increase in the detection of smaller cancers due(More)
Intraspinal air has been described in patients undergoing diagnostic lumbar puncture and epidural analgesia, as a manifestation of degenerative disk disease, and after less common mechanisms, such as blunt trauma [1], strenuous exercise [2], and pelvic trauma [3]. We report a case of spinal epidural emphysema incidentally noted on CT after placement of a(More)
Consumers, therapists, and researchers share an interest in the topic of service fees. The issue of fees can affect clients' evaluation of the provider as well as the likelihood of using the service being offered. In a between-subjects design, adult males (n = 84) and females (n = 78) read a brief description of a psychologist who provided individual or(More)
The outcomes of cognitive-behavioral and high credibility placebo group treatments were compared in a sample of nineteen heterosocially anxious males. At post-test and at a 3-month follow-up, both treatments showed improvement on self-report measures of interpersonal functioning (ps less than 0.05). The cognitive-behavioral treatment showed a consistent(More)
To remain viable in today’s highly competitive business environments, it is crucial for organizations to attract and retain top candidates. Hence, interviewers have the goal not only of identifying promising applicants, but also of representing their organization. Although it has been proposed that interviewers’ deliberate signaling behaviors are a key(More)
Elderly women (N = 96, Mn age = 69.6) who served as pseudoclients in an analogue study were more positive toward all counselors when vignettes dealt with less intimate rather than more intimate problems. Older counselors were preferred when less intimate concerns were discussed whereas younger counselors were preferred for more intimate problems. Perceived(More)
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