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Family members often provide psychosocial support and assistance in seeking treatment for individuals with schizophrenia. It is crucial to understand what family members believe to be the causes of schizophrenia, as this likely influences the family's help-seeking decisions. The aim of this...
In treatment studies of depression, remission is usually defined by scoring less than a threshold value on an interview-based measure of depression severity such as the Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (HRSD). Although it has been recommended that measures such as the HRSD be used by...
The purpose of the study was to investigate the relationship between specific personality disorders (PDs) and specific aspects of quality of life in the common population. The sample consisted of 2053 individuals between 18 and 65 years old. Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders,...
Our aim was to describe the clinical features of 35% CO 2 -induced panic attacks in patients with panic disorder (PD) ( Diagnostic and Statistical Manual and Mental Disorders, Fourth Edition ) and compare them with the last spontaneous panic attack in patients with PD who had not had a panic...
In the treatment of substance use disorders, it is advantageous to identify patients with comorbid (nonsubstance) psychiatric disorders because treating comorbid disorders improves outcome. Because accurate psychiatric diagnosis is time-consuming, there is a need for strategies to screen for...
The present study was conducted to investigate the specificity of the association between parental and offspring psychiatric disorders using epidemiological data from a series of parent and offspring interviews. A community-based sample of 593 mothers and their offspring from upstate New York...
Background Evidence indicates that quality of life is subnormal in patients with bipolar disorder and that it differs across mood states. However, the pattern of specific deficits has not been well studied, and the role of potential confounders has received no attention.
Background The high prevalence and morbidity of obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) in youth, the secretive nature of the disorder leading to under-recognition, and the lack of specialized child psychiatry services in many areas suggest that a simple, quick, and reliable screening tool to...
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