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A case study illustrating a short term approach to certain child behavior disorders, using punishment for inappropriate and reward for appropriate behaviors.
Intelligence scores of veterans hospitalized for schizophrenia were compared with scores on the Army General Classification Test taken some years before. " . . . there was a net gain in intellectual performance level after the onset of schizophrenia."
An analysis of the child behavior problem presented by Boardman, (see ^W38:^n 4441) in psychodynamic terms. A comment on the selection of theoretical models by clinicians.
A description of the study of Zen Buddhism, including a review of Zen Buddhist concepts and their relationship to psychoanalytic concepts. A review of related research studies in hypnosis, autogenic training, relaxation therapy, and the results of training in satori and zazen.
A theoretical analysis in the terms of a social learning model, of the child behavior disorder presented by Boardman (see ^W38:^n 4441). Treatment recommended consists of instructing parents on " . . . how to implement the principles of behavioral change."
Experimental controls altering difficulty level of the task did not affect results. Manifest anxiety was not related to digit symbol performance. High A Ss were faster on copying speed.
There is little relationship between EPPS variables and level of expectation in college grades. Several relations are significant for actual performance. Sex differences occur.
Patients with recently developed brain damage show impairment on Verbal with left hemisphere, Performance with right, and absence of differential impairment with diffuse or bilateral damage. Patients with chronic or long standing damage did not differ on any variables.
Large samples of records where white and Negro psychiatrists evaluated patients from both race groups. Race is irrelevant to diagnosis of schizophrenia, neurosis, and possibly to recommended hospitalization.
"The correlations, based on a 2-year sample of 110 males and 106 females, were so small as to indicate essentially a lack of correlation between the CPI scales and scores on the SHSS Stanford Hypnotic Susceptibility Scale." Item analysis failed to cross-validate.
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