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That gentleman had seriously compr omised himself with another lady; and the lady would oppose his marriage to Mrs.
The abused children were chosen for the study 6 months after legal intervention to protect them from further abuse (Compr. Psychiatry 44[5]:388-95, 2003).
Within 13 months of the earthquake, 23% of the 78 patients who returned for follow-up met the criteria for PTSD (Compr. Psychiatry 2005;46:328-33).
As expected, the women with bulimia nervosa showed higher dietary self-restraint than did women with binge eating disorder (Compr. Psychiatry 41[3]:159-62, 2000).
A total of 64 patients whose MDD remitted were enrolled in the study's 26-week continuation phase, consisting of fluoxetine 40 mg/day with or without cognitive-behavioral therapy (Compr. Psychiatry 2005;46:266-71).
The rate decreased from 4.9 to 3.9 among 18 women exposed to dim light (Compr. Psychiatry 40[6]:442-48, 1999).
Antisocial behavior is more prevalent among inpatient adolescents who attempt suicide than those who do not, regardless of gender, said Silvana Fennig, M.D., of Tel Aviv University and her associates (Compr. Psychiatry 2005;46:90-7).
That damage may put them at increased risk for personality disorders later in life, said Ricky Fenzi, Ph.D., of Geha Mental Health Center, Petah Tiqva, Israel, and his associates (Compr. Psychiatry 44[5]:388-95, 2003).
They examined the relationship between stressful life events, major depressive disorder, and borderline personality disorder in a retrospective study of 20 adolescents with major depressive disorder and 20 with borderline personality disorder who had made at least one suicide attempt (Compr. Psychiatry 44[4]:277-83, 2003).