The University of Missouri-Columbia's Information and Access Technology (IAT) Services division's InfoTech Training department measures IT training using the return on investment (ROI) methodology. The ROI measurement estimates a campus-wide financial return in staff productivity through more efficient use of software features. In fiscal year 2002 (July 1,… (More)
De Clérambault's syndrome is said to usually occur in heterosexual women with little overt sexual experience. The authors present five cases of women with considerable sexual experience including, in some instances, homosexual activity and discuss their diagnosis of De Clérambault's syndrome in the context of what has been reported in the literature.