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Pain is a significant problem affecting children, adolescents, and adults with sickle cell disease (SCD). Newly developed behavioral methods have advantages for assessing how individuals cope with pain; however these methods have not been widely applied in the analysis of SCD pain. This paper...
Subjective tinnitus is one of the most common otological disorders, yet few, if any, effective medical treatments exist. Given the lack of medical interventions, attention has recently been given to the use of behavioral techniques such as relaxation and biofeedback in the treatment of tinnitus....
The majority of young women in the U.S. and Western Europe dislike their bodies and report dieting in an attempt to lose weight. Surprisingly little is known about the young women's actual intake and the degree and duration of their caloric restriction. This lack of knowledge makes it very...
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