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81. Beliefs about Obedience Levels in Studies Conducted within the Milgram Paradigm: Better than Average Effect and Comparisons of Typical Behaviors by Residents of Various Nations Full Text available with Trip Pro

Beliefs about Obedience Levels in Studies Conducted within the Milgram Paradigm: Better than Average Effect and Comparisons of Typical Behaviors by Residents of Various Nations The article presents studies examining whether the better than average (BTA) effect appears in opinions regarding obedience of individuals participating in an experiment conducted in the Milgram paradigm. Participants are presented with a detailed description of the experiment, asked to declare at what moment an average (...) experiment did not impact convictions as to own obedience. By the same token, the BTA effect size was larger among those who had previously heard of the Milgram experiment than those who had not. Additionally, study participants were asked to estimate the behavior of the average resident of their country (Poland), as well as of average residents of several other European countries. It turned out that in participants' judgment the average Pole would withdraw from the experiment quicker than the average

2017 Frontiers in psychology

82. Sleep Knowledge and Behaviors in Medical Students: Results of a Single Center Survey Full Text available with Trip Pro

Sleep Knowledge and Behaviors in Medical Students: Results of a Single Center Survey There is little known about the demands of medical school on students' sleep behavior. The study's main goal was to examine the interplay between medical students' sleep knowledge, personal attitudes towards sleep, and their sleep habits.An anonymous online survey was created and emailed to all students enrolled at a large metropolitan medical school. Data on demographics, sleep perception, and habits (...) in addition to self-reported measures of students' sleep knowledge, beliefs, and sleepiness were collected.There were 261, out of a possible 720, responses to the survey. While 71.5% of respondents believed that they needed >7 h of sleep, only 24.9% of respondents stated they average >7 h of sleep. During the week of an examination, only 15.3% of students stated they averaged >7 h of sleep. A comparison of pre-clinical and clinical students revealed that reported median sleep during a school or rotation

2017 Academic psychiatry : the journal of the American Association of Directors of Psychiatric Residency Training and the Association for Academic Psychiatry

83. Testing the Efficacy of Two Behavioral Interventions at Recalibrating Physician Heuristics in Trauma Triage

questions with correct answers and explanations. The investigators will ask physicians to review the myATLS app and then com Behavioral: Educational program Physicians in this arm of the trial will be asked to use myATLS, an app designed by the American College of Surgeons to serve as an adjunct to the ATLS course, and Trauma Life Support MCQ Review, an app designed to help students prepare for the ATLS exam. They will be asked to spend at least two hours on the combined tasks. Placebo Comparator (...) Testing the Efficacy of Two Behavioral Interventions at Recalibrating Physician Heuristics in Trauma Triage Testing the Efficacy of Two Behavioral Interventions at Recalibrating Physician Heuristics in Trauma Triage - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies

2017 Clinical Trials

84. School District Variation in Parental Influence on Underage Drinking Behaviors. (Abstract)

School District Variation in Parental Influence on Underage Drinking Behaviors. We examined the relationship between alcohol-specific and nonalcohol-specific parental characteristics with occasional alcohol drinking in early adolescence and probed potential school district variation.A total of 1,581 fourth and sixth graders (age range: 10-12 years) were ascertained from 17 elementary schools in a cohort study conducted in northern Taiwan in 2006, with three waves of follow-up between 2007 (...) districts.Thirteen percent (95% confidence interval [CI] = 10.1%-15.8%) of young adolescents reported to drink occasionally; higher grade level, childhood drinking experience, lower parental education, maternal drinking, and positive parental attitude toward drinking were significant predictors. Nonalcohol parental predictors, including not living with both parents (adjusted odds ratio [aOR] = 2.34, 95% CI = 1.21-4.53) and parental involvement/reinforcement (aOR = .44; 95% CI = .22-.87), were only significant

2017 The Journal of Adolescent Health

85. History and Mental Status Examination (Diagnosis)

appearance. Document if eye contact has been maintained throughout the interview and how the patient's attitude has been toward the interviewer. Next, in order to describe the mood aspect of the examination, ask patients how they feel. Normally, this is a one-word response, such as "good" or "sad." Next, the interviewer's task is to define the patient's affect, which will range from expansive (fully animated) to flat (no variation). The patient's speech then is evaluated. Note if the patient is speaking (...) as much as possible, scanning the room or staring at the floor or the ceiling. Attitude toward the examiner Next, record the patient's facial expressions and attitude toward the examiner. Note whether the patient appeared interested during the interview or, perhaps, if the patient appeared bored. Record whether the patient is hostile and defensive or friendly and cooperative. Note whether the patient seems guarded and whether the patient seems relaxed with the interview process or seems uncomfortable

2014 eMedicine.com

86. Neurological History and Physical Examination (Diagnosis)

disorders which significantly affect their short-term and long-term outcomes. [ ] A properly performed neurologic examination may take 90 minutes or even longer for the novice. Experienced neurologists take substantially less time and can frequently grasp the essential features of a clinical condition quickly. What might appear to be a complex problem of localization for the referring physician may turn out to have a simple explanation, and the neurologic consultation may help to avoid extensive testing (...) appear, depending on the extent and location of the lesion in the cerebellum. Dysarthria is usually a sign of diffuse involvement of the cerebellum. It is characterized by poor modulation of the volume and pitch of the speech, causing oscillations of these 2 qualities. Meningeal Signs Signs of meningeal irritation indicate inflammation of the dura; these signs are described below. Nuchal rigidity or neck stiffness is tested by placing the examiner's hand under the patient's head and gently trying

2014 eMedicine.com

87. Adult Physiatric History and Examination (Treatment)

the physical findings in support of the diagnoses suggested from the history of the present illness. The examination may uncover physical findings not readily apparent to the patient or not suggested by the history. [ , , ] All physical examinations contain 1 or more elements of the following systems or body areas presented below in a general head-to-toe direction. When an impairment is identified, the appropriate regional examination is expanded. Constitutional - General appearance, deformities (...) , development, and vital signs (eg, height, weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respirations) Head, eyes, and ears - General appearance, deformities, assistive devices (eg, , glasses), and visual/auditory acuity Mouth, throat, and nose - General appearance, general dental condition, and patency of airway Neck - General appearance, vascular distension, auscultation for bruits, and active range of motion (ROM) and passive ROM Cardiovascular - Auscultation of the heart, examination of peripheral pulses

2014 eMedicine.com

88. History and Mental Status Examination (Treatment)

appearance. Document if eye contact has been maintained throughout the interview and how the patient's attitude has been toward the interviewer. Next, in order to describe the mood aspect of the examination, ask patients how they feel. Normally, this is a one-word response, such as "good" or "sad." Next, the interviewer's task is to define the patient's affect, which will range from expansive (fully animated) to flat (no variation). The patient's speech then is evaluated. Note if the patient is speaking (...) as much as possible, scanning the room or staring at the floor or the ceiling. Attitude toward the examiner Next, record the patient's facial expressions and attitude toward the examiner. Note whether the patient appeared interested during the interview or, perhaps, if the patient appeared bored. Record whether the patient is hostile and defensive or friendly and cooperative. Note whether the patient seems guarded and whether the patient seems relaxed with the interview process or seems uncomfortable

2014 eMedicine.com

89. Neurological History and Physical Examination (Treatment)

disorders which significantly affect their short-term and long-term outcomes. [ ] A properly performed neurologic examination may take 90 minutes or even longer for the novice. Experienced neurologists take substantially less time and can frequently grasp the essential features of a clinical condition quickly. What might appear to be a complex problem of localization for the referring physician may turn out to have a simple explanation, and the neurologic consultation may help to avoid extensive testing (...) appear, depending on the extent and location of the lesion in the cerebellum. Dysarthria is usually a sign of diffuse involvement of the cerebellum. It is characterized by poor modulation of the volume and pitch of the speech, causing oscillations of these 2 qualities. Meningeal Signs Signs of meningeal irritation indicate inflammation of the dura; these signs are described below. Nuchal rigidity or neck stiffness is tested by placing the examiner's hand under the patient's head and gently trying

2014 eMedicine.com

90. Neurological History and Physical Examination (Overview)

disorders which significantly affect their short-term and long-term outcomes. [ ] A properly performed neurologic examination may take 90 minutes or even longer for the novice. Experienced neurologists take substantially less time and can frequently grasp the essential features of a clinical condition quickly. What might appear to be a complex problem of localization for the referring physician may turn out to have a simple explanation, and the neurologic consultation may help to avoid extensive testing (...) appear, depending on the extent and location of the lesion in the cerebellum. Dysarthria is usually a sign of diffuse involvement of the cerebellum. It is characterized by poor modulation of the volume and pitch of the speech, causing oscillations of these 2 qualities. Meningeal Signs Signs of meningeal irritation indicate inflammation of the dura; these signs are described below. Nuchal rigidity or neck stiffness is tested by placing the examiner's hand under the patient's head and gently trying

2014 eMedicine.com

91. History and Mental Status Examination (Overview)

appearance. Document if eye contact has been maintained throughout the interview and how the patient's attitude has been toward the interviewer. Next, in order to describe the mood aspect of the examination, ask patients how they feel. Normally, this is a one-word response, such as "good" or "sad." Next, the interviewer's task is to define the patient's affect, which will range from expansive (fully animated) to flat (no variation). The patient's speech then is evaluated. Note if the patient is speaking (...) as much as possible, scanning the room or staring at the floor or the ceiling. Attitude toward the examiner Next, record the patient's facial expressions and attitude toward the examiner. Note whether the patient appeared interested during the interview or, perhaps, if the patient appeared bored. Record whether the patient is hostile and defensive or friendly and cooperative. Note whether the patient seems guarded and whether the patient seems relaxed with the interview process or seems uncomfortable

2014 eMedicine.com

92. History and Mental Status Examination (Follow-up)

appearance. Document if eye contact has been maintained throughout the interview and how the patient's attitude has been toward the interviewer. Next, in order to describe the mood aspect of the examination, ask patients how they feel. Normally, this is a one-word response, such as "good" or "sad." Next, the interviewer's task is to define the patient's affect, which will range from expansive (fully animated) to flat (no variation). The patient's speech then is evaluated. Note if the patient is speaking (...) as much as possible, scanning the room or staring at the floor or the ceiling. Attitude toward the examiner Next, record the patient's facial expressions and attitude toward the examiner. Note whether the patient appeared interested during the interview or, perhaps, if the patient appeared bored. Record whether the patient is hostile and defensive or friendly and cooperative. Note whether the patient seems guarded and whether the patient seems relaxed with the interview process or seems uncomfortable

2014 eMedicine.com

93. Adult Physiatric History and Examination (Overview)

the physical findings in support of the diagnoses suggested from the history of the present illness. The examination may uncover physical findings not readily apparent to the patient or not suggested by the history. [ , , ] All physical examinations contain 1 or more elements of the following systems or body areas presented below in a general head-to-toe direction. When an impairment is identified, the appropriate regional examination is expanded. Constitutional - General appearance, deformities (...) , development, and vital signs (eg, height, weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respirations) Head, eyes, and ears - General appearance, deformities, assistive devices (eg, , glasses), and visual/auditory acuity Mouth, throat, and nose - General appearance, general dental condition, and patency of airway Neck - General appearance, vascular distension, auscultation for bruits, and active range of motion (ROM) and passive ROM Cardiovascular - Auscultation of the heart, examination of peripheral pulses

2014 eMedicine.com

94. Neurological History and Physical Examination (Follow-up)

disorders which significantly affect their short-term and long-term outcomes. [ ] A properly performed neurologic examination may take 90 minutes or even longer for the novice. Experienced neurologists take substantially less time and can frequently grasp the essential features of a clinical condition quickly. What might appear to be a complex problem of localization for the referring physician may turn out to have a simple explanation, and the neurologic consultation may help to avoid extensive testing (...) appear, depending on the extent and location of the lesion in the cerebellum. Dysarthria is usually a sign of diffuse involvement of the cerebellum. It is characterized by poor modulation of the volume and pitch of the speech, causing oscillations of these 2 qualities. Meningeal Signs Signs of meningeal irritation indicate inflammation of the dura; these signs are described below. Nuchal rigidity or neck stiffness is tested by placing the examiner's hand under the patient's head and gently trying

2014 eMedicine.com

95. Adult Physiatric History and Examination (Follow-up)

the physical findings in support of the diagnoses suggested from the history of the present illness. The examination may uncover physical findings not readily apparent to the patient or not suggested by the history. [ , , ] All physical examinations contain 1 or more elements of the following systems or body areas presented below in a general head-to-toe direction. When an impairment is identified, the appropriate regional examination is expanded. Constitutional - General appearance, deformities (...) , development, and vital signs (eg, height, weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respirations) Head, eyes, and ears - General appearance, deformities, assistive devices (eg, , glasses), and visual/auditory acuity Mouth, throat, and nose - General appearance, general dental condition, and patency of airway Neck - General appearance, vascular distension, auscultation for bruits, and active range of motion (ROM) and passive ROM Cardiovascular - Auscultation of the heart, examination of peripheral pulses

2014 eMedicine.com

96. Adult Physiatric History and Examination (Diagnosis)

the physical findings in support of the diagnoses suggested from the history of the present illness. The examination may uncover physical findings not readily apparent to the patient or not suggested by the history. [ , , ] All physical examinations contain 1 or more elements of the following systems or body areas presented below in a general head-to-toe direction. When an impairment is identified, the appropriate regional examination is expanded. Constitutional - General appearance, deformities (...) , development, and vital signs (eg, height, weight, temperature, blood pressure, pulse, respirations) Head, eyes, and ears - General appearance, deformities, assistive devices (eg, , glasses), and visual/auditory acuity Mouth, throat, and nose - General appearance, general dental condition, and patency of airway Neck - General appearance, vascular distension, auscultation for bruits, and active range of motion (ROM) and passive ROM Cardiovascular - Auscultation of the heart, examination of peripheral pulses

2014 eMedicine.com

97. TREC Lifestyle Beyond Cancer Study in Endometrial Cancer Survivors

-center trial. Condition or disease Intervention/treatment Phase Endometrial Cancer Behavioral: Telemedicine Weight Management plus Wi-Fi Scale (Arm A) Behavioral: Text for Diet (Text4Diet) Group (Arm B) Behavioral: Enhanced Usual Care Group (Arm C) Not Applicable Detailed Description: Study Aims The relationship between endometrial cancer (EC) and obesity is well established. However, few studies have examined the acceptability and potential efficacy of an intervention to promote weight reduction (...) TREC Lifestyle Beyond Cancer Study in Endometrial Cancer Survivors TREC Lifestyle Beyond Cancer Study in Endometrial Cancer Survivors - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. TREC Lifestyle Beyond

2015 Clinical Trials

98. Now that’s what I’m talking about! A state medical board appears poised to act

; i.e., “integrating” quackery with conventional medicine. It appears that the Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners has also taken notice. It looks as though it is about to do what I keep hoping state medical boards will do but so seldom ever actually do. I learned this when a GoFundMe page was pointed out. This page is called : Following a week of extensive continuing education courses at the 2016 AutismOne conference, Dr. Daniel Kalb posted on his blog and Facebook page that he would no longer (...) administer vaccines from his office. His opinion that in some cases vaccines may be linked to Autism and other neuroimmune problems, created tremendous opposition from many people, including physicians, who promised to report Dr. Kalb to the TN Board of Medical Examiners to have his license suspended. Less than 72 hours later, the Board initiated their investigation and currently shows no signs of stopping. They are not only questioning Dr. Kalb about his statement regarding vaccines and autism

2016 Respectful Insolence

99. Teacher classroom management practices: effects on disruptive or aggressive student behavior Full Text available with Trip Pro

was the impetus for influential observational studies examining teachers' managerial practices during the 1970s and early 1980s. Much of the discussion of effective classroom managers has been based on one year‐long study by Anderson, Evertson, and Emmer conducted in the late 1970s. Researchers collected extensive narrative recordings of teacher behavior in 28 third grade classrooms over the course of an entire school year and analyzed trends in management styles of effective teachers ( ). In a preliminary (...) , as these are seen as a separate category already reviewed in the literature (e.g., Gresham, 1996). 1.2 PRIOR RESEARCH Although William Chandler Bagley wrote what may have been the first book on classroom management in 1907, systematic research on the topic did not begin until the 1950s ( ). The early research addressed teachers' attitudes and concerns about classroom control. Studies were prominent in the 1950s and 1960s describing the leadership styles of teachers that were considered “better” classroom

2011 Campbell Collaboration

100. “CDC whistleblower” William Thompson appears to have turned antivaccine

argue that it should be out of the other vaccines outside of the US." It's time to take the gloves off when discussing this "CDC whistleblower." William Thompson has become antivaccine. As difficult as that is to accept, it's hard to come to any other conclusion, given his behavior. As a result, I'm starting to drift closer to the position of antivaccinationists on this, but for a different reason. I now want an investigation, if only to get Thompson's butt on the stand for some cross-examination (...) . to post comments By TGuerrant (not verified) on 05 Aug 2015 to post comments By Denice Walter (not verified) on 05 Aug 2015 Poor commenter is also going to be disappointed: In her Autism One presentation, Patti Finn appeared to emphasize that the petition to the Supreme Court in Philips vs. City of New York rests on the issue of due process. It would seem to be a slam-dunk, since the Fifth Amendment clearly states that "No person shall be . . . deprived of life . . .without due process of law

2015 Respectful Insolence

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