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The prenatal hormone theory of sexual orientation is derived from research on lower mammals, and draws limited corroboration from human research on endocrinological abnormalities associated with physical manifestations of intersexuality. Its application to the more common forms of homosexuality...
The use of neuroleptics in children with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is controversial for various reasons, including the concern that these medications may have deleterious effects on cognitive performance. This study compares the short-term (4 week) effects of thioridazine...
Apparent comorbidity may arise as an artifact of conceptual or diagnostic models that impute inappropriate boundaries between disorders. To draw firm conclusions about comorbidity, each disorder must be clearly distinguishable from others. Few behavioral or emotional disorders of childhood have...
Folic acid is the parent compound of a family of molecules which are coenzymes for cellular DNA synthesis. Folate-deficient humans may show a variety of neuropsychiatric symptoms, and some reports suggest that folate administration in certain psychiatric populations may lead to beneficial...
Most parents are basically reasonable sorts who need guidance and a list of reasonable options and expectations. Parents do not automatically know what their specific role is to be in working with numerous disciplines. Following a child's diagnosis, much is taken for granted, including the...
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