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Enzyme changes in actively spiking areas of human epileptic cerebral cortex
Five enzymes involved in glutamic acid, GABA, and catecholamine metabolism were measured in epileptic human brain. Electrocorticographically defined areas of focal spiking were compared with samplesExpand
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Infantile autism in twins.
  • P. McQuaid
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The British journal of psychiatry : the journal…
  • 1 December 1975
A pair of MZ male twins concordant for early infantile autism (E.I.A.) is presented. A distinction is drawn between E.I.A. and infantile psychosis (I.P.) with associated mental retardation as a guideExpand
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Learning disability--A review.
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Suspected non-accidental injury to children — A comparative study
SummaryA retrospective view of Child Guidance Clinic referrals from a working class area distinguished ‘battered families’ with referred non-accidentally injured children from other families. MaritalExpand
The disadvantaged adolescent.
Empirical classifications of types among delinquent referrals to a child guidance clinic
AMAJOR difficulty in formulating treatment programmes for juvenile offenders is the multiplici ty o f causes and circumstances o f anti-social behaviour. This study uses factor and cluster analysisExpand
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The character disordered child in Ireland.
  • P. E. McQuaid
  • Medicine
  • Journal of the Irish Medical Association
  • 1971
Child criminals?