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Diagnostic exploitation of visual aftereffect measures in a moderately depressive patient group

Diagnostic exploitation of visual aftereffect measures in a moderately depressive patient group

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Published by Lund University in Lund] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Depression, Mental.,
  • After-images.,
  • Psychopharmacology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gudmund J. W. Smith [and others.
    SeriesPsychological Research bulletin, IX:6, 1969
    ContributionsSmith, Gudmund J. W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF21.A1 P75 9:6 1969, RC537 P75 9:6 1969
    The Physical Object
    Pagination19 p.
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5030860M
    LC Control Number73881766

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Diagnostic exploitation of visual aftereffect measures in a moderately depressive patient group Download PDF EPUB FB2

A group of 43 adult psychiatric in-patients with a preliminary diagnosis of depression were tested with the Meta-Contrast Technique to determine degree of depressive retardation. Method: individuals with and without minor and major depression were recruited from a psychiatric clinic and a community mental health center and through public announcements (controls without depression).The focus of the study was the development of the Computerized Adaptive Diagnostic Test for Major Depressive Disorder (CAD-MDD Cited by: Primary Care Diagnosis and Management of Adults with Depression Eligible Population Frequency DSM-5 criteria Major Depression Persistent Depressive Disorder A.

Symptoms 5 total for ≥ 2 weeks and must include symptom #1 or #2 3 total for ≥ 2 years. Must include symptom #1. Never > 2 months symptom-free 1. Depressed mood x x 2. Introduction. Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a common and debilitating condition that affects more than million people worldwide.

1 In the European Union, it is estimated that 30 million people aged over 14 years – or % of the total population in this age group – experience depression during a month period. 2 Compared with the general population, patients with MDD report Cited by: The duration and trend of a visual motion aftereffect were measured with the Spiral Aftereffect Technique (SAT).

The results indicated that successively increasing aftereffect durations characterized the depressive patients, whereas patterns of very short or short final aftereffect preceded by successively decreasing aftereffect durations Cited by: 1.

The World Mental Health Surveys have described the prevalence and help-seeking behaviours of people with depression in a large number of countries.The major observations about the epidemiology of depression from these and other studies on depression can be summarized as follows: (1) the constellation of symptoms used to characterize depression can be identified in all cultures; (2) the Cited by: The 8-item Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-8) is a widely-used, validated, self-report measure that assesses depression symptoms over the last 2 weeks based on DSM-IV criteria (Kroenke et al.

Functional impairment in patients with major depressive disorder: the 2-year PERFORM study Lene Hammer-Helmich,1 Josep Maria Haro,2 Bengt Jönsson,3 Audrey Tanguy Melac,4 Sylvie Di Nicola,5 Julien Chollet,6 Dominique Milea,7 Benoît Rive,8 Delphine Saragoussi4 1Real World Evidence and Epidemiology, H Lundbeck A/S, Valby, Denmark; 2Research and Teaching Unit, Parc Sanitari Sant Cited by: Differing Depression Diagnostic Tools May Influence Research Findings.

The type of diagnostic assessment used in research settings, either fully structured or semi-structured interview, may affect which participants in receive a diagnosis of major depression. Of the two forms of unipolar depression (major depressive disorder and persistent depressive disorder), the lifetime prevalence for both combined is about _____ percent of the general population.

-first three (if named) are diagnostic codes, fourth axis is a statement of factors influencing the patient's mental health (ex: lack of social supports, unemployment), fifth axis is a numerical score that summarizes a patient's overall functioning.

The aim of this literature review was to provide information on depressive symptoms in patients with sarcoidosis. Therefore, data on prevalence, diagnosis, and treatment of depressive symptoms in sarcoidosis were analyzed.

Recent findings Prevalences of depressive symptoms in patients suffering from sarcoidosis varied between. Last, a diagnostic evaluation should include a mental status examination to determine if speech or thought patterns or memory have been affected, as sometimes happens in the case of a depressive or manic-depressive illness.

Treatment choice will depend on the outcome of the evaluation. Major depressive disorder with atypical features is a subtype of major depression.

Diagnostic criteria for atypical depression “To be diagnosed with atypical depression, you must meet the symptom criteria spelled out in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), published by the American Psychiatric Association.

The visual effects we employ fall under the visual aftereffect paradigm. This is a natural selection because we were interested in the effect of spatial-visual context across gaze shifts, and also because aftereffects are considered to be effective and sensitive as “psychophysical microelectrodes (Frisby, )” for such a by: The other two forms used in this study, the BPRS and BPHF, provide additional actuarial research criteria (Texas Actuarial Method) for the diagnosis of depression (Overall, in press).

The BPRS, consisting of 18 symptom constructs rated on a 7-point scale of severity, has been widely used in clinical research for evaluations of psychopathology Cited by: 9. Depressive symptoms have been reported to be associated with adverse clinical outcome in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) not on dialysis.

This association has not been examined in Europe. Anxiety and depressive symptoms often co-occur. However, as yet there are no data concerning a possible association of anxiety symptoms with adverse clinical by: An analysis of depressive symptoms in stroke survivors: verification of a moderating effect of demographic characteristics school group than in the below high school group, but were lower in patients who were living with a spouse than Measures Depressive symptomsCited by: 2.

Major depressive disorder (MDD) is a serious mental illness characterized by 1 or more major depressive episodes. 1 There are several therapies available to treat MDD. 2 Initial first-line therapies include the following 3 classes of medications: selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors, and a norepinephrine-dopamine reuptake inhibitor.

The rehabilitation of depressed stroke patients is more difficult because poststroke depression is associated with disruption of daily activities, functioning, and quality of life.

However, research on depression in stroke patients is limited. The aim of our study was to evaluate the interaction of demographic characteristics including gender, age, education level, the presence of a spouse Cited by: 2.

Target Audience and Goal Statement. This activity is intended for primary care providers, psychiatrists, and obstetrician-gynecologists.

The goal of this activity is to increase compliance with national quality measures and improve the care of patients with depression.Patients in the control group receive no direct screening-feedback but their cardiologist will be informed about the screening result.

All patients with a positive screening-result will be contacted after one month and six months and asked for symptoms of depression, and their use of health care. The Diagnostic Criteria of Major Depression as defined by the DSM IV-TR. Major Depressive Episode. Five (or more) of the following symptoms have been present during the same 2-week period and represent a change from previous functioning; at least one of the symptoms is either (1) depressed mood or (2) loss of interest or pleasure.