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Brief objective measures for the determination of mental status in the aged.
1. Data are presented on a random sample of 1,077 persons residing in homes for the aged, nursing homes and state hospitals in New York City, who were 65 years of age or over at the time of firstExpand
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Unilateral spatial agnosia (inattention) in patients with cerebral lesions.
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Childhood development patterns of hospitalized adult schizophrenic and nonschizophrenic patients and their siblings.
Childhood characteristics, rated “blind” from maternal retrospective reports, were compared for 44 young adult psychiatric inpatients and their “normal” siblings. Patients differed significantly fromExpand
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Tachistoscopic identification of contour in patients with brain damage.
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The facehand test in schizophrenic children.
It has been postulated that childhood schizophrenia represents an alteration of the central nervous system. 1-5,16 Thus, Lauretta Bender has declared that "the schizophrenic child reveals pathologyExpand
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Brain damage, mental retardation and childhood schizophrenia.
  • M. Pollack
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The American journal of psychiatry
  • 1 November 1958
Intellectual functioning of children diagnosed as schizophrenic is systematically reviewed. According to the reports in the literature, over 50% of these children could be classified as havingExpand
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Birth weight and length in schizophrenics personality disorders and their siblings.
Previous reports have indicated that weight at birth was lower for schizophrenic index cases than for their non-schizophrenic monozygotic co-twins; there have been conflicting reports concerningExpand
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Inhalant-induced convulsions. Significance for the theory of the convulsive therapy process.
Despite many years of investigation of the convulsive therapy process, there is still much controversy concerning the importance of the seizure itself. Most studies have concluded that the convulsionExpand
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Comparison of childhood, adolescent, and adult schizophrenias. Etiologic significance of intellectual functioning.
  • M. Pollack
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • A.M.A. archives of general psychiatry
  • 1 June 1960
Introduction Although the diagnosis of schizophrenia is applied to all ages, from the infant to the aged, there is increasing recognition that schizophrenia is not a single clinical entity but,Expand
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Critical flicker frequency and EEG alpha; a reliability study.
Abstract Correlations between resting per-cent time alpha activity and critical flicker frequency threshold (CFF) were sought in psychiatric and volunteer subjects. Test-retest correlations for eachExpand
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