Wolfgang Demuth

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The Hamilton Depression Scale (HAMD), the Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale (MADRS) and the Bech-Rafaelsen Melancholia Scale (BRMS) were compared with respect to content, concurrent and external validity in sample of 130 patients with a major depressive episode. The three scales did equally well in concurrent and external validity. The HAMD showed(More)
The remarkable stability of glycals under oxidative conditions becomes apparent by their redox data in solution, computed HOMO energies, and behavior on the addition of electrophilic radicals generated in the presence of cerium(IV) ammonium nitrate. Oxidation potentials up to 2.03 V vs ferrocene were obtained, which are exceptionally high for cyclic enol(More)
  • W Demuth
  • 1980
Questions related to general knowledge were adapted to the mental capacity of neuropsychiatric patients by means of regrouping and suitable modifications. The sequence of items according to the degree of difficulty, enables a more profitable use of the Wechsler-Bellevue test, since the questions relating to general knowledge need not begin with Question No.(More)
Clustering and similarity of chemical structures represented by binary substructure descriptors. Spectral similarity versus structural similarity: infrared spectroscopy. Abstract A method has been developed for the evaluation of spectral library search methods to measure their capability in giving useful results if the unknown is not contained in the(More)
  • W Demuth
  • 1983
As the use of the HAWIE complete form within the framework of conducting a forensic examination and producing an expert report seemed too extravagant to us, by means of using statistical procedures, we developed a short form consisting of the four sub-tests General Information (AW), Digit Span (ZN), Similarities (GF), and Block Design (MT), which correlated(More)
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