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NPI - Rapidly Change Moods From One to Another
NPI1-Rapidly Change Moods
Neuropsychiatric Inventory (NPI) Does the patient rapidly change moods from one to another, being fine one minute and angry the next?
National Institutes of Health
CDISC Questionnaire NPI Test Name Terminology
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Why bad Moods Matter. William James on Melancholy, Mystic Emotion, and the Meaning of Life
Corpus ID: 43597465
William James’s reputation in the field of emotion research is based on his early psychological writings where he defines…
Clinical nurses' expressions of the emotions related to caring and coping with cancer patients in Pakistan: a qualitative study.
European journal of cancer care
Corpus ID: 33491488
Nursing in Pakistan is a developing profession. This was the first study to examine nurses' views and emotions related to nursing…
Strange distance: towards an anthropology of interior dialogue.
Medical anthropology quarterly
Corpus ID: 42608638
The capacity for a complex inner life--encompassing inner speech, imaginative reverie, and unarticulated moods--is an essential…
Tense, Mood, and Centering 1
Corpus ID: 48468266
Natural languages exhibit a great variety of grammatical paradigms. For instance, in English verbs are grammatically marked for…
The Desolation Mirrored In Two Great Poems
Corpus ID: 193449296
To the Frontier as an Envoy and The Waste Land are two great poems composed respectively by an ancient Chinese poet Wang Wei and…
Clinical significance of reversed vegetative subtypes of recurrent major depression.
Corpus ID: 45156739
The significance of reversed vegetative forms of atypical depression (AD) was investigated in a sample of 211 outpatients with…
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