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Fifty female bulimic patients were asked to complete a questionnaire describing their experience during a binge-vomit episode. Findings indicated that starvation was a common precipitant of bingeing, as were situations such as being alone and eating something, and dysphoric feelings such as...
Previous research has shown that excessive cardiovascular reactivity may be important in the development of coronary heart disease. The present study examined the role of masculine cognitive appraisal of stress as a mediator of cardiovascular reactivity in men. The reactivity of men who differed...
This research examined the effectiveness of a recruitment package to increase production rates of three developmentally handicapped adults in a sheltered workshop. Abaseline phase measured production rates of a paper-folding task under "typical" supervisory conditions. The recruitment package....
The effect of Differential Reinforcement of Incompatible Behaviors (DRI) on pica for cigarettes in two intellectually disabled adults was studied using an A-B-A-B treatment design; in addition, the efficacy of using placebo pica stimuli (bread "cigarette butts") was evaluated. Both subjects...
The early assumption that assertive behavior produces positive interpersonal consequences has been empirically tested with mixed results. and the conclusions reported from different laboratories are often conflicting. These discrepancies may result from different stimulus presentation methods...
Little is known about the prevalence of the various habit disorders such as pulling out one's hair. biting fingernails. or grinding teeth and even less is known about the prevalence of lesser habits which. if exacerbated. mav be costly enough to an individual to be labeled a disorder. Such...
Sleep disorders are highlv prevalent among otherwise healthy young children and can be extremelY disruptive to familv life. Treatment was initiated in a multiple baseline fashion for the chronic night waking and nighttime di;t rbance exhibited by a 14-month-old girl. We found that “graduated...
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