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Validation of the Spanish version of the Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination in a rural community in Spain
The Addenbrooke's Cognitive Examination (ACE) is a brief cognitive test battery designed to detect and differentiate Alzheimer's disease (AD) and frontotemporal dementia (FTD). Translations of thisExpand
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Jaspers, Kurt Schneider and the Heidelberg school of psychiatry
The psychiatric tradition of Heidelberg goes back to Kraepelin. Its psychopathological orientation was established by Jaspers and developed by K. Schneider. The relationship between these two men isExpand
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Depersonalization: a conceptual history
As with other clinical phenomena, the historical analysis of the term, concepts and behaviours involved in the construction of 'depersonalization' should provide researchers with an essential frameExpand
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Extracampine hallucinations
(p=0·0019, p=0·059, p<0·0001, and p=0·027, respectively), but when these three factors were included in a multivariate analysis, only mutational status and age retained their importance (p<0·0001 andExpand
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The Factors of Insanities
and made to hover a long way away from the brain. This abstractness is cleverly concealed by the magic of the drawing and pseudoalgebraic equations which create the make-belief that any of us can addExpand
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About the Limits of Psychiatric Knowledge
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Folie à deux - a mad family
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Retrospective diagnosis and its vicissitudes
  • G. Berrios
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • History of psychiatry
  • 19 February 2013
The clinical description that follows was included by Dr Robert James (1703-76) in his magnificent three-volume Medicinal Dictionary (see Corley, 2004). James’s reputation as a larger-thanlifeExpand
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J.H. Pons on ‘Sympathetic insanity’
  • G. Berrios
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • History of psychiatry
  • 11 August 2014
The ancient concept of ‘sympathy’ originally referred to a putative affinity or force that linked all natural objects together. This notion was later used to explain the manner in which human beingsExpand
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