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The aim was to study defence categories according to the modified version of the Defence Mechanism Test (DMTm) and to see if there was a relationship between DMTm and severity of illness. The material consists of 23 patients with panic disorder according to DSM-III-R who participated in a...
Studies assessing attitudes towards homosexuals have revealed widespread homophobia. The first aim of this study was to assess potential changes in public attitudes after important legislative changes related to homosexuals in Sweden. The second aim was to test whether the attitudes differ: 1)...
For most patients suffering from schizophrenia or other chronic psychoses, uninterrupted contact with psychiatric services for a long period is necessary. By means of routine registrations in Copenhagen County, the use of services in 1995 for patients suffering from schizophrenia or other ICD-10...
The Alzheimer's Disease Assessment Scale (ADAS) is designed for screening of cognitive and non-cognitive dysfunctions characteristic of persons with probable Alzheimer's disease (AD). The cognitive part of the scale (ADAS-Cog) is both convenient for screening of probable AD and as a measure of...
We investigated the association between cognitive performance and major depressive disorder (MDD) in adolescents seeking outpatient treatment. We used several tests comparing cognitive capacities between 16 adolescents with MDD and 25 adolescents not diagnosed as suffering from psychiatric...
During a period of 18 months a systematic inventory of aggressive incidents was made on two psychosis wards at the psychiatric department of Danderyd Hospital, Stockholm, Sweden. The Staff Observation Aggression Scale (SOAS) for recording and assessing aggressive incidents was used. Staff...
Development of psychiatric research methods requires systematic review of their status. This study describes the frequency with which various statistical research designs and methods are reported in general psychiatric journals. All original research articles in four psychiatric journals in 1996...
This study reports a long-term follow-up of 38 of 54 (70%) women who had participated in time-limited multimodal group treatment for the psychological sequelae of sexual abuse. The women had been highly symptomatic at the onset and were generally improved following treatment and at follow-up ( M...
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