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The authors examined the effectiveness of the prevailing treatment doctrine stressing the principles of proximity, immediacy, and expectancy for combat stress reaction among Israeli soldiers in the Lebanon War. Two treatment outcomes were measured: return to military unit and presence of...
A growing awareness of posttraumatic stress disorder has led to recent use of the disorder as a legal defense against criminal responsibility for both violent and nonviolent crimes. Diagnosis of posttraumatic stress disorder is difficult because the symptoms are mostly subjective, often...
Thyroid function abnormalities are common in persons with rapid-cycling bipolar affective illness. Some women who cycle rapidly respond to thyroxine, but there is scant evidence that the people who have thyroid abnormalities are the ones who respond to thyroid treatment. The authors report...
Forty years after the end of World War II, the authors compared a random sample of former Japanese-held Australian prisoners of war (POWs) with a group of non-POW combatants of the same era. The POWs were significantly more depressed than were the control subjects, but the two groups did not...
This report provides data on symptom levels by using group means as well as categories of clinical relevance as they change over the course of treatment and also examines change "beyond symptoms" as levels of adaptive functioning. This approach allows a more comprehensive analysis of change in a...
To investigate whether hypoglycemia might trigger panic attacks, the authors administered intravenous insulin to 10 patients with panic disorder. All subjects developed hypoglycemia but no panic anxiety. They reported symptoms of adrenergic hyperactivity but differentiated them from
The authors evaluated the effects on memory of ECT given with either unilateral or bilateral electrode placement and with brief-pulse or sine-wave stimulus waveform. Clinical criteria determined the mode of ECT and the treatment parameters. As expected, right unilateral ECT produced less memory...
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