Richard Malcolm

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The chemical composition and invertebrate communities found in four streams in the Cairngorms, Scotland, were monitored between 1985-1997. Stream waters were mildly acidic (mean pH ca. 6.5), with low alkalinity (mean acid neutralising capacity varying from 35-117 meq l-1) and low ionic strength. Subtle differences in the chemistry of each stream were(More)
This report represents work of WPI undergraduate students submitted to the faculty as evidence of a degree requirement. WPI routinely publishes these reports on its web site without editorial or peer review. For more information about the projects program at WPI, see Abstract By collecting and analyzing public interviews, this project assisted Landcare(More)
The authors present two cases of schizophrenia in young males who have malformations of the septum pellucidum, a thin sheet of cells and fibers located in the midline of the brain that separates the lateral ventricles. These cases are discussed in the context of newly proposed neurodevelopmental models of schizophrenia.
Patients with extensive burns often develop maladaptive behaviors that interfere with their care and recovery. Behavioral intervention can be an important aid in eliminating problem behaviors that impede rehabilitation. A retarded, adult burn patient with several target problem behaviors (tantrums, removing catheters, fecal soiling and induced vomiting) is(More)
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