David Wine

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Individuals suffering from misidentification syndromes may present with right hemispheric pathology and deficits in facial recognition. In addition, misidentification delusions have been associated with aggressive behaviour. The possible linkage between misidentification phenomena, facial recognition, and aggression is discussed, illustrated by the case of(More)
Delusional misidentification syndromes have intrigued this century's psychiatric researchers. More recently, the dangerousness posed by individuals suffering from these syndromes has been a subject of scientific inquiry. A series of five individuals suffering from delusional misidentification syndromes was studied from a phenomenologic and neuropsychologic(More)
In this paper, the authors report the case of a 33 year old man with several misidentification delusions involving the self. Evidence suggests that one type of misidentification delusion may evolve into another type. Neuropsychological testing further suggests that misidentification delusions may be associated with subtle abnormalities in facial recognition(More)
I study several aspects of the value in performing oncology clinical trials using screening biomarkers to preferentially select and enroll responders. From trial reports and investigational reports on potential biomarkers, I construct a series of six cases comparing the trial as conducted to a hypothetical trial using different screening and eligibility(More)