Eric H Prensky

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Multiple psychiatric and neurological factors in patients with psychogenic nonepileptic seizures (PNES) highlight the heterogeneity of this population. Forty-four individuals with PNES were evaluated and divided into groups based on psychiatric and neurological morbidity. Groups were then examined to determine how they differed in terms of clinical(More)
BACKGROUND Psychogenic non-epileptic seizures (PNES) are frequently encountered in epilepsy referral centers, yet there is limited understanding of the emotion processing style in this psychiatrically heterogeneous population. Understanding profiles of emotion regulation in PNES will provide further evidence of the psychogenic nature of the disorder and(More)
This study investigated whether initial adherence to treatment in psychogenic epileptic seizures differed on the basis of mental health treatment modality and which subject characteristics were predictive of adherence. Initial adherence rates were 54% for combined treatment conducted in the same institution (integrated intervention) and 31% for(More)
Despite the well-known health risks associated with smokeless tobacco use, much is unresolved with respect to effective treatment for use of this substance. The present study examined the impact of a nicotine-free smokeless tobacco substitute and confectionary chewing gum on craving, withdrawal, and anxiety among 24 smokeless tobacco users following 24(More)
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