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Diagnosis and subtyping of depressive disorders by quantitative electroencephalography: I. Discriminant analysis of selected variables in untreated depressives.

@article{Lieber1988DiagnosisAS,
  title={Diagnosis and subtyping of depressive disorders by quantitative electroencephalography: I. Discriminant analysis of selected variables in untreated depressives.},
  author={Arnold L. Lieber and Leslie S. Prichep},
  journal={The Hillside journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={1988},
  volume={10 1},
  pages={
          71-83
        }
}
  • Arnold L. Lieber, Leslie S. Prichep
  • Published in
    The Hillside journal of…
    1988
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Of 88 inpatients admitted for assessment of affective illness, 70 met RDC criteria for major depressive disorder. All patients had a quantitative electroencephalogram (QEEG) after ten days drug-free. Several QEEG variables were examined by multivariate stepwise discriminant analysis of data from patients and controls. Measures of interhemispheric coherence, beta activity, and slow wave excess were potent discriminators. Depressives were discriminated from normals with an accuracy of eighty-six… CONTINUE READING

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