Knud Möhle

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An alternative method of coma assessment is presented and compared with the Glasgow Coma Scale. The merits of the Comprehensive Level of Consciousness Scale as a research tool are presented. An analysis of 101 consecutive consciousness-impaired patients with their short-term outcome is presented.
While some researchers have claimed that normal aging need not be accompanied by significant neuropsychological deficits ("preserved function" models), others have asserted that aging is associated with significant deficits in either specific or general cognitive functioning ("specific" vs "general" decline models). Among the significant decline models,(More)
Acknowledgments First of all I would like to thank Prof. Dr. Bernd Neumann. His encouraging comments and enthusiasm over the years shaped the whole work discussed in this monograph. Always emphasizing the importance of applications to demonstrate the adequacy of theoretical work, he suggested to particularly consider real-world problems. Thus, it is also(More)
With the use of Goldberg's method of Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) analysis, evidence has been recently provided of a positive relationship between psychopathology and deficits in neuropsychological functioning in epileptic patients. The present study attempted to replicate this finding using more precise and appropriate criteria for(More)
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