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Decreased heart rate variability in panic disorder patients: A study of power-spectral analysis of heart rate
We have previously found decreased standard deviations and mean consecutive differences of R-R intervals in panic disorder patients in standing posture, compared with control subjects. In the presentExpand
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Burnout Comparison Among Residents in Different Medical Specialties
Objective: To investigate resident burnout in relation to work and home-related factors. Method: Maslach Burnout Inventory was mailed to residents in eight different medical specialties, with aExpand
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Increased QT variability in patients with panic disorder and depression
Abstract This study investigated beat-to-beat QT variability in patients with panic disorder and depression, and normal control subjects using an automated algorithm to compute QT intervals. AnExpand
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Medical Students’ Attitudes and Views of Psychiatry
Medical students’ views and attitudes of psychiatry may influence recruitment. A 39-item questionnaire assessing demographic characteristics and balanced positive and negative views of psychiatry wasExpand
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Attitudes and Views on Psychiatry: A Comparison Between Spanish and U.S. Medical Students
Objective: In order to gain a broader view about the process of recruitment, we decided to compare and analyze the differences between the attitudes and views of Spanish and U.S. medical studentsExpand
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Handbook of sexual dysfunction
Female Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder. Male Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder. Sexual Aversion Disorder. Female Sexual Arousal Disorder. Male Erectile Disorder. Female Orgasmic Disorder. MaleExpand
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Sleep and Suicide in Psychiatric Patients
Suicidal patients often report problems with their sleep. Although sleep-related complaints and EEG (electroencephalographic) changes have been seen widely across the spectrum of psychiatricExpand
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Brain activation patterns in women with acquired hypoactive sexual desire disorder and women with normal sexual function: a cross-sectional pilot study.
OBJECTIVE To examine and compare brain activation patterns of premenopausal women with normal sexual function and those with hypoactive sexual desire disorder (HSDD) during viewing of validatedExpand
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Changes in the attitudes towards psychiatry among Spanish medical students during training in psychiatry
Background: To gain an understanding of the process of recruitment, studying changes in attitudes and views towards psychiatry among Spanish medical students during their fourth academic year.Expand
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