Alex Osuna

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The Frankfurt well-being scale (FBS), an instrument for evaluating the global inner state in schizophrenic patients, was used in a pilot study with 26 chronic schizophrenic inpatients simultaneously with the Munich version of the Andreasen scale (SANS). 11 of 26 patients were able to complete the FBS questions. These patients had weaker negative(More)
Two patients with a chronic residual schizophrenic disorder, according to DSM-III-R, showed a marked resistance to intensive light, manifested through a lack of intolerance and pain when looking at the Sun directly. Light suppresses melatonin secretion in humans, and the melatonin rhythm reflects the subject's light/darkness exposition. A photomaniac(More)
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