Megan Chavez

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Social exclusion has been shown to produce a number of different responses. This research examines the proposition that social exclusion may produce either selffocused or prosocial responses, depending on which needs are threatened. Different types of social exclusion threaten different needs, which in turn produce distinct outcomes (differential needs(More)
A retrospective survey of 1,135 telephone calls during 1980 and 1981, reporting scorpion envenomation to the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center, was reviewed. Of these, 438 calls identified Centruroides exilicauda as the offending scorpion on the basis of description of the arthropod and consistency of physical findings and clinical course.(More)
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