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    • Validity of a two-item screen for early psychosis 

      Phalen, Peter L.; Rouhakhtar, Pamela Rakhshan; Millman, Zachary B.; Thompson, Elizabeth; DeVylder, Jordan; Mittal, Vijay; Carter, Evan; Reeves, Gloria; Schiffman, Jason (Elsevier B.V., 2018-12)
      Well-validated screening tools have been developed to identify people at high risk for psychosis, but these are rarely used outside of specialty clinics or research settings. The development of extremely brief and simple ...
    • VASE-Containing N-CAM Isoforms Are Increased in the Hippocampus in Bipolar Disorder but Not Schizophrenia 

      Vawter, Marquis P.; Hemperly, John J.; Hyde, Thomas M.; Bachus, Susan E.; VanderPutten, Dale M.; Howard, Allyson L.; Cannon-Spoor, H. E.; McCoy, Michael T.; Webster, Maree J.; Kleinman, Joel E.; Freed, William J. (Elsevier, 2002-05-25)
      The neural cell adhesion molecule (N-CAM) is a cell recognition molecule that is involved in cellular migration, synaptic plasticity, and CNS development. In schizophrenia, a 105- to 115-kDa N-CAM protein is increased in ...
    • Verbal Sexual Coercion Experiences, Sexual Risk, and Substance Use in Women 

      GILMORE, AMANDA K.; SCHACHT, REBECCA L.; GEORGE, WILLIAM H.; DAVIS, KELLY CUE; NORRIS, JEANETTE; HEIMAN, JULIA R. (Taylor & Francis, 2014-06-18)
      esearch has linked sexual assault, substance use, and sexually transmitted infection (STI) risk in women. Sexual assault by means of verbal sexual coercion (VSC) is more common than sexual assault by means of physical ...
    • When Pandemics Call: Community-Based Research Considerations for HIV Scholars 

      Opara, Ijeoma; Chandler, Cristian J.; Alcena-Stiner, Danielle C.; Nnawulezi, Nkiru A.; Kershaw, Trace S. (Springer Nature, 2020-04-24)
    • Which foods should a child with food allergy avoid? The role of parental knowledge in food avoidance appraisals 

      Steiner, Emily M.; Byrne, Danielle Weiss; Dahlquist, Lynnda M.; Hahn, Amy L.; Bollinger, Mary Elizabeth (Taylor & Francis, 2020-08-31)
      This study explored factors that influence the accuracy of caregivers’ appraisals of the foods their children with food allergy should avoid. Seventy-two caregivers of children with food allergy completed measures of ...
    • Women's sexual arousal: Effects of high alcohol dosages and self-control instructions 

      George, William H.; Davis, Kelly Cue; Heiman, Julia R.; Norris, Jeanette; Stoner, Susan A.; Schacht, Rebecca L.; Hendershot, Christian S.; Kajumulo, Kelly F. (Elsevier, 2011-03-23)
      The basic relationship between alcohol and women’s sexual arousal – especially genital arousal –received little research attention for nearly 30 years (e.g. Wilson & Lawson, 1978) until very recently (e.g. George et al., ...
    • Working Memory Training for Adolescents With Cannabis Use Disorders: A Randomized Controlled Trial 

      Sweeney, Mary M.; Rass, Olga; DiClemente, Cara; Schacht, Rebecca L.; Vo, Hoa T.; Fishman, Marc J.; Leoutsakos, Jeannie-Marie S.; Mintzer, Miriam Z.; Johnson, Matthew W. (Taylor & Francis, 2018-04-10)
      Adolescent cannabis use is associated with working memory impairment. The present randomized controlled trial assigned adolescents ages 14 to 21 enrolled in cannabis use treatment to receive either working memory training ...
    • Wothy of Consideration 

      Deluty, Robert H. (Otter Bay Books, 2015)
    • Youth Mental Health First‐Aid: Juvenile Justice Staff Training to Assist Youth with Mental Health Concerns 

      Anderson, Robert; Treger, Jennifer; Lucksted, Alicia (Wiley Online Library, 2020-03-05)
      Many youth in juvenile justice settings meet criteria for a mental health condition. Front line staff need to be able to recognize and respond to their needs, but training is often lacking. Youth Mental Health First Aid ...