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A Roadmap to Computer‐Based Psychotherapy in the United States
&NA; Computers can be used to deliver self‐guided interventions and to provide access to live therapists at remote locations. These treatment modalities could help overcome barriers to treatment,Expand
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Using the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale to screen for depression in cardiac patients.
OBJECTIVE There is an increasing interest in trying to identify patients with chronic physical illness who would benefit from interventions to decrease psychological distress. The Hospital AnxietyExpand
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Psychosocial determinants of relapse in ulcerative colitis: a longitudinal study
OBJECTIVES:To determine the association between psychosocial characteristics and time to relapse in patients with inactive ulcerative colitis.METHODS:Sixty patients with clinically and endoscopicallyExpand
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Computer-based interview for screening blood donors for risk of HIV transmission.
OBJECTIVE To test the ability of a computer-based interview to detect factors related to the risk of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) among potential blood donors and to determine donorExpand
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The Effect of a Telephone Counseling Intervention on Self-Rated Health of Cardiac Patients
Objective: The objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of a telephone-based intervention on psychological distress among patients with cardiac illness. Methods: We recruitedExpand
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Stress, adaptation, and immunity: studies in humans.
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  • Psychology, Medicine
  • General hospital psychiatry
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The notion that some combination of excessive "stress" and inadequate coping may increase susceptibility to illness has long been part of our conventional wisdom. Yet, until recently, there have beenExpand
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Life Change Stress, Psychiatric Symptoms, and Natural Killer Cell Activity
&NA; Previous research has linked stress with adverse health change; however, the immunologic mechanisms mediating these changes remain poorly understood. To test whether “stress” was associated withExpand
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Natural killer cell activity and MMPI scores of a cohort of college students.
Natural killer (NK) cells are important in immune function and appear, in part, to be regulated by the CNS. The authors compared NK cell activity and MMPI scores of 111 healthy college students andExpand
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The Healer Within: The New Medicine of Mind and Body
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