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The effects of mentally handicapped children on families--a conceptual review.

Journal of child psychology and psychiatry, and allied disciplines

Byrne EA, Cunningham CC.
PMID: 2933420
J Child Psychol Psychiatry. 1985 Nov;26(6):847-64. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-7610.1985.tb00602.x.

Recent research which examines the effects of mentally handicapped children upon families is reviewed. The studies are grouped into three categories based on the underlying conceptions which appear to guide them. The first category examines which families are most...

Status inequality and stress in marriage.

American sociological review

Pearlin LI.
PMID: 1200493
Am Sociol Rev. 1975 Jun;40(3):344-57.

Emotional stresses that are experienced in marriage are traced to differences in spouses' status origins. Linking status differences to such stress are a number of intervening conditions. People to whom status advancement is important and who have married mates...

The influence of coronary artery bypass surgery on survival.

The Journal of the Indiana State Medical Association

Siderys H, Pittman J, Herod G, Halbrook H.
PMID: 1082463
J Indiana State Med Assoc. 1976 Feb;69(2):85-7.

No abstract available.

Contemporary scientific principles and family medicine.

Family medicine

Baughan DM.
PMID: 3552833
Fam Med. 1987 Jan-Feb;19(1):41-5.

Twentieth century developments in the sciences of physics, chemistry, and biology have led to new principles and paradigms with which the social, philosophical, and clinical tenets of family medicine are fully consistent. Familiarity with these new scientific models can...

The stability of children's fears.

Child development

Eme R, Schmidt D.
PMID: 738159
Child Dev. 1978 Dec;49(4):1277-9.

The stability of fears in a group of 27 fourth-grade children over a 1-year period was investigated. The fears were obtained by individual interview and were coded according to the categories of Jersild and Holmes. The kinds of fears...

Development and training of referential communication in children with mental retardation.

American journal of mental retardation : AJMR

Brownell MD, Whiteley JH.
PMID: 1418931
Am J Ment Retard. 1992 Sep;97(2):161-71.

In referential communication, the speaker must communicate to the listener about how a referent is different from other stimuli (i.e., employ the "difference rule"--Whitehurst & Sonnenschein, 1985). In Experiment 1 we compared use of the difference rule by children...

[A case of Kirner's deformity].

La Radiologia medica

Bertei A, Gragnani SG.
PMID: 3589022
Radiol Med. 1987 May;73(5):457-8.

No abstract available.

A need for reassurance.

Nursing times

Hall R.
PMID: 1118325
Nurs Times. 1975 Mar 27;71(13):495-7.

No abstract available.

[Medicine and contraception. Analysis of self concept of West German physicians].

Beitrage zur Sexualforschung

Christoph K.
PMID: 798585
Beitr Sexualforsch. 1975;55:III-VIII, 1-144.

No abstract available.

Ethical responsibility in science in the face of uncertain consequences.

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

Callahan D.
PMID: 1066074
Ann N Y Acad Sci. 1976;265:1-12. doi: 10.1111/j.1749-6632.1976.tb29315.x.

No abstract available.

[Silent myocardial ischemia. Contribution of coronarography].

Annales de cardiologie et d'angeiologie

Gilgenkrantz JM.
PMID: 3619379
Ann Cardiol Angeiol (Paris). 1987 May;36(5):239-43.

Coronary angiography enables to determine the true frequency of silent myocardial ischemia (SMI) and specify its prognostic value. Three types of populations are studied. First, patients who are completely asymptomatic and without any past history. The prevalence of coronary...

Inferior-wall myocardial infarction.

Critical care nurse

Conover M.
PMID: 3269331
Crit Care Nurse. 1988 Oct;8(7):20-2.

No abstract available.

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