Joseph Zubin

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Columbia University, New York, NY 
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1900-1990

Mean distance: 14.66 (cluster 30)
 
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Steinhauer SR, Jennings JR, van Kammen DP, et al. (1992) Beat-by-beat cardiac responses in normals and schizophrenics to events varying in conditional probability. Psychophysiology. 29: 223-31
Hill SY, Steinhauer SR, Zubin J. (1992) Cardiac responsivity in individuals at high risk for alcoholism. Journal of Studies On Alcohol. 53: 378-88
Steinhauer SR, van Kammen DP, Colbert K, et al. (1992) Pupillary constriction during haloperidol treatment as a predictor of relapse following drug withdrawal in schizophrenic patients. Psychiatry Research. 43: 287-98
Condray R, Steinhauer SR, van Kammen DP, et al. (1992) Dissociation of neurocognitive deficits in a monozygotic twin pair concordant for schizophrenia. The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences. 4: 449-53
Harding CM, Zubin J, Strauss JS. (1992) Chronicity in schizophrenia: revisited. The British Journal of Psychiatry. Supplement. 27-37
Zubin J, Steinhauer SR, Condray R. (1992) Vulnerability to relapse in schizophrenia. The British Journal of Psychiatry. Supplement. 13-8
Hill SY, Steinhauer S, Park J, et al. (1992) Event-related potential characteristics in children of alcoholics from high density families Annual Review of Addictions Research and Treatment. 2: 177-192
Goldstein G, Zubin J, Pogue-Geile MF. (1991) Hospitalization and the cognitive deficits of schizophrenia. The influences of age and education. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 179: 202-6
Hill SY, Zubin J, Steinhauer SR. (1990) Personality resemblance in relatives of male alcoholics: a comparison with families of male control cases. Biological Psychiatry. 27: 1305-22
Goldstein G, Zubin J. (1990) Neuropsychological differences between young and old schizophrenics with and without associated neurological dysfunction. Schizophrenia Research. 3: 117-26
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