Category Archives: Volume 38 · No. 2 · 2001

WHAT DO LEADERSHIP AND LASAGNA HAVE IN COMMON?

Larry Hollon Holistic Outlook, Inc. 372 Wesley Way Bowling Green, Kentucky 42104 Favorite dishes don’t taste good unless they are prepared using the correct amounts of the correct ingredients and using the correct methods, sequences, temperatures, times, etc. Very few … Continue reading

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THE EFFECTS OF SUGGESTIONS ON RATINGS OF ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER

Brandi M. Simonson, B.A. Glenn Shean, Ph.D. Psychology Department College of William & Mary Williamsburg, VA 23187-8795 The effects of suggestions on ratings of symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) were studied. Raters viewed videotaped segments of preschool children … Continue reading

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SURVEY OF TREATMENTS FOR CHILDHOOD AUTISM

Dr. F. Richard Ferraro University of North Dakota Grand Forks, ND 58202-8380 The paper is introduced by a definition of, and a discussion of diagnostic techniques for, autism. Reviewed are six distinct treatment methods for autism related to evolution, procedures, … Continue reading

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TIMOTHY LEARY TIME 1; TIME 2: A MID-LIFE OR A LIFETIME IN CRISIS

Bernard Mackler 5 Lenox Place Scarsdale, NY 10583 The hero of the 1960’s is looked at, not as a hero of the LSD generation, but as a human being; he was an unusually gifted and productive psychologist. Few Americans know … Continue reading

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UNDERAGE AND PATHOLOGICAL GAMBLING BY COLLEGE STUDENTS: EMERGING PROBLEM ON CAMPUS?

Steven L. Oster Student Psychological Services University of Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada Terry J. Knapp Department of Psychology University of Nevada Las Vegas, Nevada Two samples of university students (N = 544; N = 350) in an environment with extensive … Continue reading

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SHIELDS AND WALLS: THE STRUCTURE AND PROCESS OF RACISM IN AMERICAN SOCIETY

Harold E. Briggs and Joy D. Leary Portland State University Graduate School of Social Work Portland, Oregon This article provides a review of the structure and process of racism in America. The incidence and prevalence of racism are delineated along … Continue reading

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