Madeline Fox

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This study was undertaken to clarify several aspects of the estimation of prevalence of three commonly use pediatric psychotropic agents, namely, methylphenidate, desipramine, and imipramine. The study aims are threefold: (1) to show the variability of drug prevalence by comparing estimates from three data sources; (2) to show the misleading impression that(More)
Infant temperament profiles of "difficult," "intermediate," and "easy" in a randomly selected group of 51 children were shown to correlate with impulsivity and school adjustment at ages 5 1/2 to 7 years. However, the nonlinear relationship makes this a finding of uncertain significance. On the other hand, contemporaneous temperament determinations using the(More)
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