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OBJECTIVE: The aim of the current study was to systematically assess the psychological effects of the Persian Gulf War on a nonclinical group of elderly Israeli civilians with and without a Holocaust background. METHOD: Sixty-one elderly Holocaust survivors and 131 elderly civilians without a...
OBJECTIVE: As part of the Harvard resource-based relative value scale study, the authors investigated how well the codes in the Physician's Current Procedural Terminology, 4th edition, or CPT-4, match psychiatric services to the work involved in evaluating and managing patients and how patient...
OBJECTIVE: The authors reviewed available evidence regarding the status of dysphoric or mixed mania as a distinct clinical state and formulated operational criteria for its diagnosis. METHOD: Studies of dysphoric mania or hypomania in patients with bipolar disorder were analyzed with regard to...
A novel, simple approach to retrospective assessment of "blindability" was applied to data on outpatients in a controlled, double-blind clinical comparison of a putative antidepressant, etoperidone, and placebo. A "blind" evaluator proved capable of discriminating between the active drug and...
OBJECTIVE: This study investigated whether the distinction between schizoaffective disorder and affective disorders with mood-incongruent psychotic features as described in DSM-III-R is reflected by aggregation of schizophrenia in the families of probands with the former disorder and aggregation...
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