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Stressors of college: a comparison of traditional and nontraditional students.
Perceived stress and stressors of nontraditional (returning-adult) and traditional college students were compared. Forty-seven nontraditional students 24-54 years old and 47 traditional students,… Expand
Sepiapterin reductase deficiency: A Treatable Mimic of Cerebral Palsy
Sepiapterin reductase deficiency (SRD) is an under‐recognized levodopa‐responsive disorder. We describe clinical, biochemical, and molecular findings in a cohort of patients with this treatable… Expand
A novel dye exclusion method for testing in vitro chemosensitivity of human tumors.
Dissociated cancer cells are exposed to antineoplastic drugs (5 X 10(4) viable cells/drug for 1 hr or continuously) and cultured for 4 to 6 days in liquid medium. Cells are then stained with Fast… Expand
Prevalence of Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Disorders Among Incarcerated Juvenile Offenders in Mississippi
- A. Robertson, P. Dill, Jonelle Husain, Cynthia L. Undesser
- Psychology, Medicine
- Child psychiatry and human development
The prevalence of psychiatric disorders among incarcerated juveniles in Mississippi was examined. A total of 482 adolescents completed a diagnostic questionnaire and a subset (N = 317) was assessed… Expand
Court-Mandated Treatment for Convicted Drinking Drivers
Court-mandated treatment, which requires offenders convicted of alcohol or other drug–related crimes to participate in treatment for their substance abuse problems or face legal consequences, has… Expand
Comparison of dye exclusion assays with a clonogenic assay in the determination of drug-induced cytotoxicity.
The following factors must be considered when dye exclusion assays are interpreted. (a) It may require several days for lethally damaged cells to lose their membrane integrity following a cytotoxic… Expand
The Effects of Food on Mood and Behavior: Implications for the Addictions Model of Obesity and Eating Disorders
SUMMARY The addictions model of obesity claims that individuals gain excess weight due to their dependence on and inability to control the intake of certain food substances. The dependence and lack… Expand
Chemotherapy of non-small cell lung carcinoma guided by an in vitro drug resistance assay measuring total tumour cell kill.
- D. Wilbur, E. Camacho, D. Hilliard, P. Dill, L. Weisenthal
- British Journal of Cancer
- 1 January 1992
Specimens from 45 patients with previously-untreated non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) were tested for in vitro chemosensitivity to ten drugs utilising the DiSC assay, which measures cell kill in… Expand
Examining the link between drinking-driving and depressed mood.
- G. Stoduto, P. Dill, R. Mann, E. Wells-Parker, T. Toneatto, Rania Shuggi
- Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs
- 1 September 2008
OBJECTIVE Because both alcohol and depressed mood exert deleterious effects on psychomotor performance, the possibility that people with depressed mood may be more likely to drive after drinking may… Expand
The relationship between depressed mood, self-efficacy and affective states during the drinking driving sequence.
- P. Dill, E. Wells-Parker, +4 authors Rania Shuggi
- Medicine, Psychology
- Addictive behaviors
- 1 August 2007
Relationships between depressed mood, abstinence confidence and temptation, and experienced emotions just before and during recent drinking driving sequences (drinking driving emotional states: DDES)… Expand