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Behavioral and Electrophysiologic Predictors of Treatment Response to Stimulants in Children with Attention Disorders
Behavioral and quantitative electroencephalography (EEG) techniques were used to evaluate treatment response to stimulant therapy in children with attention disorders. A sample of 130 children withExpand
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Self-fulfilling effects of stigmatizing information on children's social interactions.
The stigmatizing effects of negative expectancies were examined in observations of interactions between children with and without a behavior problem. Ss were 68 pairs of unacquainted boys in GradesExpand
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Objective. Few multivariate studies relating psychosocial factors to symptoms of psychosis among older patients exist. We assessed environmental stressors, satisfaction with emotional support, copingExpand
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Limiting the spread of HIV/AIDS in Sierra Leone: opportunities for intervention.
The global pandemic of HIV/AIDS is at catastrophic levels in sub-Saharan Africa, while the need for research and treatment initiatives throughout the developing world remains critical. The WestExpand
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Counselor and client personality as determinants of counselor expectancy effects.
Seventy-eight students enrolled in summer-session college courses were randomly assigned to serve either as counselors or as clients for a 20-min, role-played peer counseling session. All of theExpand
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THE SECOND EPISTLE TO THE CORINTHIANS a commentary on the Greek text
The reputation of the NIGTC series is so outstanding that the appearance of each new volume is noteworthy. This book on 2 Corinthians is no exception. Master New Testament exegete Murray J. HarrisExpand
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Job satisfaction among academic coordinators of clinical education in physical therapy.
The Academic Coordinator of Clinical Education is the physical therapy faculty member who is responsible for the clinical component of the curriculum. The responsibilities involved in the ACCE's jobExpand
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Type A behavior, nonverbal expressive style, and health.
Understanding the precise nature of the links among styles of behavior, emotional expression, and the development of heart disease is a major challenge in psychology and health. In the presentExpand
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Unintentional infant injuries: sociodemographic and psychosocial factors.
This prospective study sought to identify sociodemographic and psychosocial risk factors for unintentional infant injuries that occurred in or around the home. It also examined whether social supportExpand
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Impression formation in children: influence of gender and expectancy.
The effect of expectancy-congruent and -incongruent information on subsequent impression formation and recall of a target peer was examined. 64 boys and 50 girls (ages 8 to 12) were given anExpand
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