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Highly Accessed FindIt@Stanford Articles

  1. Patient motivation for participating in clinical trials for depression: validation of the motivation for clinical trials inventory-depression.
    International clinical psychopharmacology, 2010
  2. Revisiting reproduction: What a difference a gene makes.
    Nature medicine, 2010
  3. Perfectionism and psychopathology: a review of research and treatment.
    Clinical psychology review, 2001
  4. Best multimodal analgesic protocol for total knee arthroplasty.
    Pain management, 2015
  5. SmartSearch: automated recommendations using librarian expertise and the National Center for Biotechnology Information's Entrez programming utilities.
    Journal of the Medical Library Association, 2010
  6. Autoimmune Pathogenesis of Chagas Heart Disease: Looking Back, Looking Ahead.
    The American journal of pathology, 2015
  7. Cultural beliefs and health behaviors of pregnant Mexican-American women: implications for primary care.
    Advances in nursing science, 1995
  8. Mindful judgment and decision making.
    Annual Review of Psychology, 2009
  9. Effects of the live attenuated measles-mumps-rubella booster vaccination on disease activity in patients with juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a randomized trial.
    JAMA: the Journal of the American Medical Association, 2013
  10. Psychosocial predictors of labor/delivery complications and infant birth weight: a prospective multivariate study.
    Journal of Psychosomatic Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2000

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