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Ketamine administration in depressive disorders: a systematic review and meta-analysis
The present meta-analysis confirms ketamine’s efficacy in depressive disorders in non-ECT studies, as well as in ECT studies, and further studies are warranted to detail efficacy in bipolar disorders and other specific depressed populations. Expand
EEG neurofeedback treatments in children with ADHD: an updated meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials
Objective: We undertook a meta-analysis of published Randomized Controlled Trials (RCT) with semi-active control and sham-NF groups to determine whether Electroencephalogram-neurofeedback (EEG-NF)Expand
Rapid detection of generalized anxiety disorder and major depression in epilepsy: Validation of the GAD-7 as a complementary tool to the NDDI-E in a French sample
This study validates the French language version of the GAD-7 screening tool for generalized anxiety in PWE, with a cutoff score of 7/21 for GAD, and confirms that the G AD-7 is a short and easily administered test. Expand
Electroencephalographic neurofeedback: Level of evidence in mental and brain disorders and suggestions for good clinical practice
The principles of neurofeedback therapy in line with learning theory are investigated, a technique that measures a subject's EEG signal, processes it in real time, extracts a parameter of interest and presents this information in visual or auditory form. Expand
Consensus on the reporting and experimental design of clinical and cognitive-behavioural neurofeedback studies (CRED-nf checklist)
Over 80 neurofeedback researchers present a consensus-derived checklist – CRED-nf – for reporting and experimental design standards in the field. Expand
Virtual human as a new diagnostic tool, a proof of concept study in the field of major depressive disorders
The validity and acceptability of an ECA to diagnose major depressive disorders is demonstrated here and ECAs are promising tools to conduct standardized and well-accepted clinical interviews. Expand
Perceptual abnormalities related to sensory gating deficit are core symptoms in adults with ADHD
The findings suggest that perceptual abnormalities are core symptoms of adult patients with ADHD and the attention of patients with A-ADHD may be involuntarily drowned by many irrelevant environmental stimuli leading to their impaired attention on relevant stimuli and confirm that the SGI could be a useful self-report instrument to diagnose the clinical features of A- ADHD. Expand
Do schizophrenia patients with low P50-suppression report more perceptual anomalies with the sensory gating inventory?
The finding that patients with low P50-suppression report more perceptual anomalies related to sensory gating offers support for conceptual models wherein abnormal neurophysiologic responses to repetitive stimuli give rise to clinically relevant perceptions of being inundated and overwhelmed by external sensory stimuli. Expand
(Mis)use of Prescribed Stimulants in the Medical Student Community: Motives and Behaviors
The results suggest that restrictions on methylphenidate and modafinil prescriptions are effective at limiting their use, however, these restrictions may explain the observed rates of corticoid consumption, which raise a new public health problem, given that corticoids may have severe side effects. Expand