Mireille Norris

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Musical hallucinosis is a rare and poorly understood clinical phenomenon. While an association appears to exist between this phenomenon and organic brain pathology, aging and sensory impairment the precise association remains unclear. The authors present two cases of musical hallucinosis, both in elderly patients with mild-moderate cognitive impairment and(More)
OBJECTIVES To delineate the differences between older persons with and without a diagnosis of major depression. METHODS Participants were recruited from three outpatient clinics serving older patients at St Michael's Hospital. To be included in the study, participants had to speak English and have no evidence of significant sensory deficits that would(More)
BACKGROUND The Team Standardized Assessment of a Clinical Encounter Report (StACER) was designed for use in Geriatric Medicine residency programs to evaluate Communicator and Collaborator competencies. METHODS The Team StACER was completed by two geriatricians and interdisciplinary team members based on observations during a geriatric medicine team(More)
Background Information: Limited research has suggested that rural residents are at increased risk of dementia. Objective: The objective of this study is to determine if rural residence is associated with dementia using both cross-sectional and prospective analyses. Methods: In 1991, 1763 community-dwelling adults aged 65+ participated in the Manitoba Study(More)
This cross-sectional study explored age-related differences in the frequency of diagnosis of personality disorder (PD) among 790 veterans admitted to a psychiatric inpatient unit across three age groups: 20-39, 40-59, and 60+. Older adults obtained a lower frequency (55.4%) of PD diagnosis than middle-aged adults (69.0%), who in turn obtained a lower(More)
  • M Norris
  • 1983
This study is the third in a series which has used repertory grids to evaluate changes in people in various 'treatment' milieux. In this paper findings are reported for 70 men and 33 women patients at the Henderson Hospital. Significantly more patients in the hospital changed in desired directions ('benefited') than in previous milieux studied. Grid(More)
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