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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, whileExpand
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Controlled‐Release Carbidopa/Levodopa in the Treatment of Parkinsonism
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 aExpand
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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 AlzheimerExpand
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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
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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 withExpand