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Abstract The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of dissociative disorders among psychiatric outpatients in Turkey. One hundred fifty consecutive outpatients admitted to the psychiatry clinic of a university hospital were screened with the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES)....
Abstract We performed a study to assess the relationship between impairment of insight and the long-term outcome in affective and anxiety disorders. Standardized insight assessments were made using the Scale to Assess Unawareness of Mental Disorder (SUMD) in 101 outpatients with psychiatric...
Abstract This study compares the core and associated features of binge eating disorder (BED) and bulimia nervosa (BN). One hundred twenty-nine adult females who were obese with BED (n = 51) or non-obese with BED (n = 32) or who had BN (n = 46) were compared using the Eating Disorder...
Abstract There is growing evidence for a relationship between the duration of untreated psychosis (DUP) and the prognosis. However, determinants of the DUP have been minimally explored, as is the detailed initial temporal unfolding of untreated psychosis. In this study, in-depth interviews with...
Abstract The covariation patterns of DSM-IV personality disorders (PDs) were studied in 431 consecutively admitted psychiatric patients. The co-occurrence rate was greater than 50% for all DSM-IV PDs. Both bivariate association tests and loglinear models showed distinct significant covariation...
Abstract The study objective was to assess the severity and quality of dissociative experiences reported by borderline patients. Two hundred ninety criteria-defined borderline patients and 72 axis II controls completed the Dissociative Experiences Scale (DES), a 28-item self-report measure with...
Abstract Little is known about the awareness of negative symptoms or its correlates. The aim of this study was to examine whether a number of clinical variables can predict the discrepancy between ratings of negative symptoms made by schizophrenic patients and by an examiner. This discrepancy...
Abstract Panic disorder (PD) has been hypothesized to be a heterogeneous entity, with distinct clinical subgroups. The presence of depersonalization during panic attacks may distinguish a specific subgroup of PD. We sought to analyze the differential features of a subgroup of PD patients with...
Abstract This study is an attempt to evaluate the treatment relationship with schizophrenic patients by examining the patients' and their therapists' perceptions of themselves and each other, which are hypothesized to reflect features of the relationship. One hundred fifty-eight schizophrenic...
Abstract The study objective was to evaluate the within category cohesiveness and between-category overlap of DSM-IV axis II personality disorders (PDs) in outpatients with binge eating disorder (BED). Seventy adult outpatients with BED were reliably administered the Diagnostic Interview for...
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