R. L. Dippel
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Preferences for sweet in relationship to use of oral contraceptives and pregnancy
Abstract Sweetness preference of 165 women was measured during a variety of hormonal conditions. Group LP consisted of women using oral contraceptives (OC) which had a low progestin potency, while… Expand
Predictors of nursing home placement of patients with Alzheimer's disease.
Controlled‐Release Carbidopa/Levodopa in the Treatment of Parkinsonism
- J. Hutton, R. L. Dippel, J. Bianchine, H. Strahlendorf, P. Meyer
- Clinical neuropharmacology
- 1 June 1984
Controlled release carbidopa/levodopa (CSR-1) was compared to standard carbidopa/levodopa in a double-blind, crossover study of 20 Parkinson's disease patients. The most consistent finding in a… Expand
Eye tracking in Pick disease as contrasted to Alzheimer disease
The authors report normal smooth pursuit eye tracking from a patient with pathologically confirmed Pick disease. This is contrasted to the abnormal pursuit tracking found in a group of nine Alzheimer… Expand
Synthetic progestins and sweetness preference in intact female Sprague-Dawley rats
Intact Sprague-Dawley female rats were treated with 0.25 microgram or 1.25 micrograms ethinyl-estradiol (EE) in combination with one of 3 synthetic progestins: (5 micrograms) norethindrone,… Expand
Gender by assertiveness interaction in delayed auditory feedback.
The College Self-Expression and the Marlowe-Crowne Social Desirability Scales were given to 144 undergraduates. High (N; 10 M; 10 F) and Low (N; 10 M 10 F) Assertiveness Ss were given a DAF test with… Expand