Motohiro Saku

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The behavioral reactions of 24 Parkinson patients to six kinds of odours were analyzed in relation to the subjective assessments of the odours. The reactions of the patients were normal in character, but reduced in intensity for two of the six odours. This was attributed primarily not to motor retardation but to impaired subjective perception.
  • Motohiro Saku
  • The Japanese journal of psychiatry and neurology
  • 1992
The interactions between ethology and psychiatry were reviewed. The ethological methods have provided more objective and theory-free observation techniques than the traditional psychiatric methods. The evolution-based ethological viewpoints afford some fundamentally new and more comprehensive approaches in understanding psychiatric conditions. The(More)
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