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Things learned in early adulthood are remembered best.
(Mem Cognit, 1998-01)
Evidence is reviewed that for older adults the period from 10 to 30 years of age produces recall of the most autobiographical memories, the most vivid memories, and the most important memories. It is the period from which ...
Children and hospitalization: putting the new reviews in methodological context.
(J Dev Behav Pediatr, 1993-02)
Music, emotion, and autobiographical memory: they're playing your song.
(Mem Cognit, 1999-11)
Very long-term memory for popular music was investigated. Older and younger adults listened to 20-sec excerpts of popular songs drawn from across the 20th century. The subjects gave emotionality and preference ratings and ...
Tobacco smoking and depressed mood in late childhood and early adolescence.
(American journal of public health, 1999-12)
OBJECTIVES:This study builds on previous observations about a suspected causal association linking tobacco smoking with depression. With prospective data, the study sheds new light on the temporal sequencing of tobacco smoking ...
Influence of comorbid alcohol and psychiatric disorders on utilization of mental health services in the National Comorbidity Survey.
(The American journal of psychiatry, 1999-08)
OBJECTIVE: This study sought to determine how comorbidity of psychiatric and substance abuse disorders affects the likelihood of using mental health services. METHOD: The analysis was based on data on adults aged 18-54 years ...
Panic attacks and suicide attempts in mid-adolescence.
(The American journal of psychiatry, 1999-10)
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to investigate the association of panic attacks and suicide attempts in a community-based sample of 13-14-year-old adolescents. METHOD: The data are from a survey of 1,580 students in ...
Tobacco smoking and other suspected antecedents of nonmedical psychostimulant use in the United States, 1995.
(Substance use & misuse, 1999-07)
This study investigates the extent to which tobacco smoking is associated with the nonmedical use of psychostimulants and the temporal order of the age of first use for tobacco and psychostimulants within a nationally ...
Sickle cell vaso-occlusive pain crisis in adults: alternative strategies for management in the emergency department.
(Southern medical journal, 1992-08)
The gene for sickle cell disease is carried by 8% of the African-American population in the United States. The primary care physician is often called upon to recognize and treat one of the major sequelae of sickle ...
Continuous intravenous cimetidine decreases stress-related upper gastrointestinal hemorrhage without promoting pneumonia.
(Crit Care Med, 1993-01)
OBJECTIVES: To determine whether a continuous i.v. infusion of cimetidine, a histamine-2 (H2) receptor antagonist, is needed to prevent upper gastrointestinal (GI) hemorrhage when compared with placebo and if that usage ...