• Publications
  • Influence
Ontario Child Health Study. II. Six-month prevalence of disorder and rates of service utilization.
We studied the six-month prevalence of four child psychiatric disorders (conduct disorder, hyperactivity, emotional disorder, and somatization) and patterns of service utilization for mental healthExpand
  • 1,060
  • 43
Evidence-based medicine. A new approach to teaching the practice of medicine.
A NEW paradigm for medical practice is emerging. Evidence-based medicine de-emphasizes intuition, unsystematic clinical experience, and pathophysiologic rationale as sufficient grounds for clinicalExpand
  • 3,514
  • 33
  • PDF
A randomized trial of dialectical behavior therapy versus general psychiatric management for borderline personality disorder.
OBJECTIVE The authors sought to evaluate the clinical efficacy of dialectical behavior therapy compared with general psychiatric management, including a combination of psychodynamically informedExpand
  • 465
  • 30
  • PDF
Dysfunctional attitudes and 5-HT2 receptors during depression and self-harm.
OBJECTIVE Dysfunctional attitudes are negatively biased assumptions and beliefs regarding oneself, the world, and the future. In healthy subjects, increasing serotonin (5-HT) agonism with a singleExpand
  • 230
  • 13
  • PDF
Psychiatric disorders after traumatic brain injury.
Substantial psychological and neurobehavioural evidence is available to support the hypothesis that traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a risk factor for subsequent psychiatric disorders. However,Expand
  • 194
  • 11
Ontario Child Health Study. I. Methodology.
We developed the methodology for a community survey to determine the prevalence of emotional and behavioral disorders among children 4 to 16 years of age in Ontario, Canada. Our discussion includesExpand
  • 417
  • 9
Borderline personality disorder and childhood trauma: Evidence for a causal relationship
The debate over whether childhood trauma is a causative factor in the development of borderline personality disorder continues in the literature despite decades of research. This review examines thisExpand
  • 195
  • 9
The Iowa Personality Disorder Screen: development and preliminary validation of a brief screening interview.
The length and expense of comprehensive personality disorder interviews makes them unwieldy for routine use. A brief but sensitive screen could eliminate administration of longer instruments in manyExpand
  • 114
  • 9
Outcome, prognosis, and risk in a longitudinal follow-up study.
This study reports the results of a 4-year follow-up of a community sample of children who were ages 4 to 12 in 1983 at the first wave of data collection. Results on outcomes revealed that conductExpand
  • 294
  • 8