B Meyer-Probst

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Age-dependent changes in EEG activity were assessed in a comparison of EEG recordings taken from 102 children at the ages of 6 and 10 years. Of the 2-to-13-cycle-a-second activity recorded from the left occipital region, the fast alpha frequencies (10 to 13 cycles a second) showed a significant increase at the expense of all slower frequencies. The children(More)
The value of capilloroscopy of the perionychium for the diagnosis of infantile brain damage and its psychic late sequealae was studied in 279 six-years-old children. By comparisons carried out within the groups of the organic brain damage criteria with respect to perinatological risks and with psychological parameters it was proved that capillaroscopy show(More)
The author in his present paper describes the testing, standardization, and applications of a newly developed questionnaire to obtain quantitative data on encephalopathic behavior patterns of five- to ten-year-old children by interrogating parents, teachers, and educators. The results of extreme-group and factor-analysis validation show that the(More)
The data given in the literature about frequency and relative importance of diagnostic criteria for children with cerebral lesions show considerable differences and so do, as a consequence, diagnosing practice and epidemiological statements. This study aims at weighting the determing factors of a diagnosis and ascretining their interrelations and the(More)
This supplements the publication on "A standardized questionnaire for behavior typical of encephalopathy" (Meyer-Probst, 1978) which dealth with content validation and provisional calibration. The paper is concerned with external validation and, under such headings as "Axis syndrome and milieu factors", "Axis syndrome and school performance" and "Axis(More)
The dyspraxia test developed by LESNY was applied in a random test in 279 six-year-old risk and control children fit for infants class. All children showing failures with respect to dyspraxia requirements have on average higher pregnancy and birth risks, have on an average more symptoms of the cerebral-psychic axis syndrome, produce pathological findings(More)
The authors, after typologically defining three etiopathogenetically different forms of lack of concentration power, report the therapeutic effects produced by Aponeuron administered to 38 eight- to thirteen-year-old hyperkinetic children lacking adequate concentration power but being of normal intelligence. The results reported in this paper are based upon(More)
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