Susan K. O'Brien

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This study examined the validity and the internal and interrater reliability of the Wing Subgroups Questionnaire (WSQ), an assessment that classifies children with autism into one of three subtypes. Subjects were 42 students enrolled in multihandicapped special education classrooms. Results indicated that items pertaining to the active-but-odd and the aloof(More)
BACKGROUND Blood flow regulates coagulation and fibrin assembly by controlling the rate of transport of zymogens, enzymes and plasma proteins to and from the site of an injury. OBJECTIVE The objective of this work was to define the hemodynamic conditions under which fibrin can form under flow on tissue factor (TF)-rich substrates. METHODS TF-coated(More)
This study examined the effects of manipulating the size of groups of male student negotiators and their ability to communicate with one another in a game in which one player held veto power (i.e., had to be included in any winning coalition). The predictions of three models, the core, the value, and the weighted probability model, were tested. The game, in(More)
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