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Psychiatric syndromes linked to reproductive function in women: a review of current knowledge.
Four psychiatric syndromes related to reproductive function in women have been identified: postpartum depression, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), post-hysterectomy depression, and involutionalExpand
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Critical review of psychosocial interventions in cancer care.
The need for a large variety of psychosocial interventions is enhanced as increasing numbers of patients with cancer have longer survival. This article reviews the four interventions used mostExpand
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The psychological effects of 205 hours of sleep deprivation.
A RECENT sleep deprivation bibliography compiled by Naitoh1lists more than 175 entries since the original study by Patrick and Gilbert in 1896.2Review of this literature points up the following. 1.Expand
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What is Sound
Our standard view about sound is incoherent. On the one hand, we suppose that sound is a quality, not of the object that makes the sound, but of the surrounding medium. This is the supposition of ourExpand
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Form, Substance, and Mechanism
ly, then one would expect it to be some kind of functional property-if not identical to function, then somehow characterized in functional terms. The reference to proper function at the end of theExpand
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Theories of Cognition in the Later Middle Ages
Introduction Part I. Fudamentals: 1. Immateriality and Intentionality 2. Intentionality made mysterious 3. Form and representation 4. Passivity and attention Part II. Representations and realism: 5.Expand
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Psychosocial aspects of mastectomy: II. the man's perspective.
In order to assess factors related to men's adjustment to mastectomy and its aftermath the authors administered a questionnaire to 31 men whose wives or partners had had mastectomies. Most menExpand
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The sooner the better: a study of psychological factors in women undergoing immediate versus delayed breast reconstruction.
Patients who had reconstructive breast surgery at the time of mastectomy (immediate) or within 1 year (early) had significantly less recalled distress about their mastectomy than those who had itExpand
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Role of the physician in bereavement.
The purpose of this article is to set forth a clear and concise guide for physicians to use in their treatment of the bereaved. The physician's attitudes toward death and dying, as well as normal andExpand
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Thomas Aquinas on Human Nature: A Philosophical Study of Summa Theologiae, 1a 75-89
Introduction Part I. Essential Features (QQ75-76) 1. Body and soul 2. The immateriality of soul 3. The unity of body and soul 4. When human life begins Excursus metaphysics: reality as actuality PartExpand
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