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Feighner Criteria

Known as: Feighner Diagnostic Criteria 
The Feighner Criteria is the informal name given to influential psychiatric diagnostic criteria developed at Washington University in St. Louis… 
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2018
Review
2018
The current paper looks into the long term impact of parental addiction on individual’s likelihood of having substance and… 
2016
2016
Computational modeling in psychiatry has generally followed from efforts to understand cognitive processes (McClelland and… 
2016
2016
This dissertation investigates the interconnections between minds, media, and the cognitive sciences. It asks what it means for… 
2015
2015
This study provides a qualitative analysis of how a sample of Guatemalan psychologists conceptualize and work with psychological… 
2007
2007
Evening Primrose Oil with supplements was administered to thirteen chronic schizophrenics on a double blind cross-over basis. No… 
2006
2006
The Effects of the Confirmation Bias on Diagnostic Decision Making Meagan Carleton Parmley, Ph.D. Supervisor: James D. Herbert… 
1998
1998
Recent data collected at six identical electrophysiological laboratories from the large national multisite Collaborative Study on…