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The paper studies the manner by which earnings expectations are met, measures the rewards to meeting or beating earnings expectations (MBE) formed just prior to the release of quarterly earnings, and tests alternative explanations for this reward. The evidence supports the claims that the MBE phenomenon has become more widespread in recent years and that(More)
Genetic association studies investigating the role of the +118A allele of the human mu-opioid receptor gene in risk for alcohol dependency have produced inconsistent findings, possibly because of the failure to recognize sampling methodology difficulties inherent in association studies of polygenic disorders. We examined the frequency of the AA genotype and(More)
A study of blood lead levels and intelligence, reading, and behaviour problems was carried out using a sample of 579 Dunedin 11-yr-old children. The results suggested that when account was taken of social, environmental, and background factors, raised blood lead is associated with a small but statistically significant increase in children's general(More)
BACKGROUND Case studies and anecdotal accounts suggest that perinatal loss may impact upon other children in the family, including those born subsequent to loss. However, there is a dearth of systematically collected quantitative data on this potentially vulnerable group. METHODS Case-controlled follow-up of 52 mothers with history of stillbirth with(More)
It has been suggested that the characteristic lapses in thinking and reasoning of the unresolved/disorganized (U) state of mind following traumatic loss involve psychological mechanisms similar to those found in PTSD and that a fuller understanding of these mechanisms may help explain the disruptions in parental caretaking behaviour that lead to(More)
BACKGROUND No midwifery-led units existed in Ireland before 2004. The aim of this study was to compare midwife-led (MLU) versus consultant-led (CLU) care for healthy, pregnant women without risk factors for labour and delivery. METHODS An unblinded, pragmatic randomised trial was designed, funded by the Health Service Executive (Dublin North-East).(More)
Formal cancer support groups are thought to assist women to adapt to the physiological and psychosocial sequelae of breast cancer. To shed some light on this untested clinical assumption, this Roy Adaptation Model of Nursing-based study was designed to explore women's own reports about their adaptation to breast cancer and their participation in support(More)
OBJECTIVE To review the available evidence on the psychological effects of perinatal death on fathers. METHOD Electronic search of CINAHL, MEDLINE and PsycINFO databases from 1966-2005. INCLUSION CRITERIA papers describing at least one psychological outcome for fathers who had experienced stillbirth or neonatal death. EXCLUSION CRITERIA papers not in(More)
BACKGROUND Approximately 1 in 200 UK pregnancies ends in stillbirth. Although serious psychological effects of stillbirth on mothers are well established, much less is known about the impact of such loss on fathers. AIMS To assess the psychological morbidity of fathers in the pregnancy and post-partum year subsequent to a stillbirth, to test within-couple(More)
  • Diane Mauldin, ACORN Clinic, Diane Dimperio, Wanetta Meade, Karen Autrey, Tony Campo +19 others
  • 2012
This document is the work product of the Alachua County Oral Health Coalition. It includes the description of the assessment of the oral health status and a plan to address the issues raised by the assessment. This work was done though the year of 2011 and represents the efforts of the Coalition members, several volunteers and paid staff. The coalition(More)