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BACKGROUND Huntington's disease (HD) is a rare triplet repeat (CAG) disorder. Advanced, multi-centre, multi-national research frameworks are needed to study simultaneously multiple complementary aspects of HD. This includes the natural history of HD, its management and the collection of clinical information and biosamples for research. METHODS We report(More)
In recent research projects on depression, the relationship has been explored between neuroendocrinological, biochemical variables and personality and psychodynamic processes. The clinical association between depression and aggression has been studied. In the present study hostility was measured using the Gottschalk verbal sample technique. This method is(More)
Differences between primary and secondary depression have been studied from different viewpoints. This study aimed at determining a possible difference in terms of personality factors and psychodynamic variables. Two psychological tests (the MMPI and the Gottschalk-Gleser) were administered to 32 depressed inpatients, diagnosed according to Feighner(More)
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