Enna E. Taylor

Enna E. Taylor
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Exner’s (1995a) Issues and Methods in Rorschach Research provided a standard of care for conducting Rorschach research; however, the extent to which studies have followed these guidelines has not been examined. Similarly, meta-analytic approaches have been used to comment on the validity of Exner’s Comprehensive System (CS) variables without an eva...
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Code for Hermann: Enhanced Structural Summary and Supplementary Scales (CHESSSS©; Fontan et al., 2013) is a free, open source software program using Microsoft Excel© to assist in computing Rorschach Comprehensive System (Exner, 2003) variables . The program scores protocols for children, adolescents, and adults. Further, the program offers the opti...
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Female psychopathy has been conceived as a malignant form of hysteria organized at the borderline level of personality function. In this study, the PCL-R was used to assess psychopathy, and the Rorschach Comprehensive System, Extended Aggression Scores, Rorschach Defense Scales, Rorschach Oral Dependency, Trauma Content Index, and Primitive Modes o...
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Wood et al. (2010) published a meta-analysis in which the authors challenged the utility of the Rorschach Inkblot Test in delineating key differences between psychopathic and non-psychopathic individuals identified by the Psychopathy Checklist-Revised (PCL-R; Hare, 1991/2003). In this article, Gacono et al.’s (2001) five conceptual and four methodo...
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A significant relationship between sex ratio and litter size at birth was observed in the young of guinea-pigs caged singly from 8 weeks of age and during their first pregnancy; a male was present only at or around oestrus. Small litters (1-2 young) had significantly more males than did large litters (4-5 young). Such a relationship was not apparen...
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Lactating goats were given relaxin (50 micrograms) by close-arterial infusion into one mammary gland. The increase in intramammary pressure and in mammary blood flow elicited by exogenous oxytocin i.v. was attenuated by relaxin in goats during pregnancy and early lactation but not in a group studied during the oestrous cycle. Intramammary pressure...
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Lactating mice were treated I.P. with cow milk, skim milk, milk lipid extract, preparations of milk fat globule membranes and fat globule-enriched milk (cream). Milk, but not skim milk, inhibited litter growth significantly. None of the fractions of milk fat globules had any apparent effect on litter growth. Litter growth was reduced markedly and m...
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Virgin guinea-pigs were mastectomized in two stages between 11 and 18 weeks of age and then mated, starting 19 weeks after final surgery. In the subsequent first pregnancy, the incidence of still-births and neonatal deaths was significantly higher in the mastectomized animals (6 out of 12 mothers (50%) and 14 out of 49 young (29%) compared with int...
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Mammary tissue from goats had significantly higher aromatase activity at 148-149 days of pregnancy than earlier in pregnancy or during lactation. Aromatase activity was determined by production of 3H2O from [1 beta-3H]androstenedione that was inhibited by 4-hydroxyandrostenedione. The time of maximum aromatization was during peak mammary output of...

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