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Measurement of premorbid adjustment in chronic schizophrenia.
The Premorbid Adjustment Scale has been found to be useful in identifying patients likely to become chronically hospitalized or at high risk for readmission, and may also serve as a possible predictor of patients with brain abnormalities on a computerized tomography scan.
An index of the functional condition of rat sciatic nerve based on measurements made from walking tracks
The National Depressive and Manic-Depressive Association consensus statement on the undertreatment of depression.
There is overwhelming evidence that individuals with depression are being seriously undertreated and the cost to individuals and society of this undertreatment is substantial.
The flower pot technique of rapid eye movement (REM) sleep deprivation.
Preventing recurrent homelessness among mentally ill men: a "critical time" intervention after discharge from a shelter.
- E. Susser, E. Valência, S. Conover, A. Felix, W. Tsai, R. Wyatt
- Medicine, PsychologyAmerican journal of public health
- 1 February 1997
Strategies that focus on a critical time of transition may contribute to the prevention of recurrent homelessness among individuals with mental illness, even after the period of active intervention.
Neuroleptics and the natural course of schizophrenia.
- R. Wyatt
- Psychology, MedicineSchizophrenia bulletin
A reanalysis of the data indicates that early intervention with neuroleptics in first-break schizophrenic patients increases the likelihood of an improved long-term course and there is evidence that stable schizophrenia patients whose neuroleptic treatment is discontinued and have relapses may have a difficult time returning to their previous level of function.
Event-related potential abnormalities correlate with structural brain alterations and clinical features in patients with chronic schizophrenia
Tardive dyskinesia: possible involvement of free radicals and treatment with vitamin E.
These studies suggest that free radicals are probably involved in the pathogenesis of tardive dyskinesia and that vitamin E could be efficacious in its treatment.
An economic evaluation of manic-depressive illness-1991
In 1991, the costs for manic-depressive illness, which has a lifetime prevalence of 1.3% among adult Americans, totaled $45 billion. Costs were broken down into their direct and indirect components.…
Maternal exposure to respiratory infections and adult schizophrenia spectrum disorders: a prospective birth cohort study.
Second trimester exposure to respiratory infections was associated with a significantly increased risk of SSD, adjusting for maternal smoking, education, and race, and this study has implications toward uncovering the etiology of schizophrenia and developing preventive strategies.