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  • J Richard
  • Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie und Psychiatrie
  • 1987
Recent research on the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease suggests that the nature and clinical significance of stereotyped behavior should be considered in a new light. This research also appears to indicate a new and possibly more promising approach for the study of the pathogenesis of stereotyped behavior.
The various aspects of antiproton physics are shortly reviewed, and its relevance for the possible discovery of new particles and effects is pointed out. Then a survey of the nucleon-antinucleon interactions is given. In the nucleon-antinucleon annihilations, there is a big amount of experimental data that call for theoretical explanation. Importance of(More)
  • J Richard
  • Schweizer Archiv für Neurologie und Psychiatrie
  • 1985
In order to exist, geriatric psychiatry must have its roots in action to help the patients, the family and the caring staff. This approach to psychiatry must be directed both at the present situation of the patient and at the future of the disease. However, in order to act, one must introduce a meaning and a direction which become determined through action.(More)
Seventy-nine strains representative of the dominant flora of raw milk held for 5 days at 4 - 5 degrees C were submitted to an Adansonian classification involving 77 criteria, mainly biochemical ones. Seventy-eight strains had most of the characters in common with the fluorescent group of Pseudomonas described by Stanier and coworkers. About half of these(More)
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