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Mohr, J.P. and Thompson, J.L.P. and Lazar, Ronald M. and Levin, Bruce and Sacco, R.L. and Furie, K.L. and Kistler, J.P. and Albers, G.W. and Pettigrew, L.C. and Adams, H.P. and Jackson, C.M. and Pullicino, Patrick (2001) A comparison of warfarin and aspirin for the prevention of recurrent ischemic stroke. New England Journal of Medicine, 345 (20). pp. 1444-1451. ISSN 1533-4406. (doi:https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMoa011258) (The full text of this publication is not currently available from this repository. You may be able to access a copy if URLs are provided ...
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BRIEF RESEARCH COMMUNICATION Neuropsychiatric Genetics Association Studies of 3081(A/T) Polymorphism of Norepinephrine Transporter Gene With Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Korean Population Yoosook Joung,1* Chun-Hyung Kim,2 Jisook Moon,2,3 Won-Seok Jang,1 Jaewon Yang,4 Dongwon Shin,5 Soonyoung Lee,6 and Kwang-Soo Kim2 1 Department of Psychiatry, Samsung Medical Center, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea 2 Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory, McLean Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Belmont, Massachusetts 3 Department of Biomedical Science, CHA University, Seoul, Korea Department of Neuropsychiatry, Korea University College of Medicine, Guro Hospital, Seoul, Korea 4 5 Department of Psychiatry, Kangbuk Samsung Hospital, Sungkyunkwan University School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea 6 Department of Preventive Medicine & Public Health, Ajou University School of Medicine, Suwon, Korea Received 4 March 2009; Accepted 19 June 2009 Recent studies showing the improvement of ...
Its a border both fascinating and frustrating, the place where physical workings of the brain translate into human behavior. And its where neuropsychiatrist Constantine Lyketsos has made his research and clinical home for the last two decades. Lyketsos heads the Johns Hopkins Memory Center and with Peter Rabins co-directs its geriatric psychiatry and neuropsychiatry division. Lyketsos didnt start the Center, but hes shaped it into whats likely this countrys primo site for dementia diagnosis and care, especially for Alzheimer s disease.. Research-wise, he has worked to show that dementia is more than losing thinking ability and memory; it goes hand in hand with depression, delusions and agitation. More recently, Lyketsos has suggested that prompt, aggressive therapy for depression and other non-memory symptoms may slow the fall into full-blown dementia. Hes presently testing that idea while fostering a deeper look into the biology. The latters especially crucial, given the huge number of ...
Abstract: The awareness of ones self as a unique sentient agent might be thought of as fundamental to mental health. Though disrupted in most if not all psychiatric disorders, it is the hallmark of depersonalisation disorder. This is a non-psychotic condition in which sufferers feel themselves to be unreal in some way and that their experience of the world is also unreal. Evidence suggests that part of the problem may be due to suppression of physiological arousal especially in response to emotion, which interrupts the experience of a vital sense of self, and that this maps on to lateral prefrontal and insula systems. Insight in neuropsychiatry may be thought of as a particular kind of self-awareness involving the appraisal and judgement on whether ones functions or experiences are pathological in some way. A midline cortical system has been identified as critical for self-appraisal. Lack of awareness of illness or deficits has been studied in patients with for example: schizophrenia, ...
1. Neural sciences -- 2. Neuropsychiatry and behavioral neurology -- 3. Contributions of the psychological sciences -- 4. Contributions of the sociocultural sciences -- 5. Quantitiative and experimental methods in psychiatry -- 6. Theories of personality and psychopathology -- 7. Diagnosis and psychiatry : examination of the psychiatric patient -- 8. Clinical manifestations of psychiatric disorders -- 9. Deleirium, dementia, and amnestic and other cognitive dosorders -- 11. Substance-related disorders -- 12. Schizophrenia -- 13. Other psychotic disorders -- 14. Mood disorders -- 15. Anxiety disorders -- 16. Somatoform disorders -- 17. Factitious disorders -- 18. Dissociative disorders -- 19. Normal human sexuality and sexual and gernder identity disorders -- 20. Eating disorders -- 21. Sleep disorders -- 22. Impulse-control disorders not elsewhere classified -- 23. Adjustment disorders -- 24. Personality disorders. 25. Psychological factors affecting medical conditions. 32. Child psychiatry -- ...
Facundo Manes is an Argentinian neuroscientist. He was born in 1969, and spent his childhood and adolescence in Salto, Buenos Aires Province. He studied at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Buenos Aires, where he graduated in 1992, and then at the University of Cambridge, England (Master in Sciences). After completing his postgraduate training abroad (USA and England) he returned to the country with the firm commitment to develop local resources to improve clinical standards and research in cognitive neuroscience and neuropsychiatry. He created and currently directs INECO (Institute of Cognitive Neurology) and the Institute of Neurosciences, Favaloro Foundation in Buenos Aires City. Both institutions are world leaders in original scientific publications in cognitive neuroscience. He is also President of the World Federation of Neurology Research Group on Aphasia and Cognitive Disorders (RGACD) and of the Latin American Division of the Society for Social Neuroscience. Facundo Manes has ...
IICN, Irish Institute of Clinical Neuroscience, Clinical Neurosciences Ireland, Irish Neuroscientists, Neuroscience Ireland, Brain Research Ireland, Adult Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology, Neuroanaesthesiology, Neuroanatomy, Neuroepidemiology, Neurogenetics, Neuro-ophthalmology, Neuropathology, Neuropharmacology, Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, Neuroradiology, Neurorehabilitation, Neurosurgery, Paediatric Neurology, Psychiatry, Psychology
IICN, Irish Institute of Clinical Neuroscience, Clinical Neurosciences Ireland, Irish Neuroscientists, Neuroscience Ireland, Brain Research Ireland, Adult Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology, Neuroanaesthesiology, Neuroanatomy, Neuroepidemiology, Neurogenetics, Neuro-ophthalmology, Neuropathology, Neuropharmacology, Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, Neuroradiology, Neurorehabilitation, Neurosurgery, Paediatric Neurology, Psychiatry, Psychology
IICN, Irish Institute of Clinical Neuroscience, Clinical Neurosciences Ireland, Irish Neuroscientists, Neuroscience Ireland, Brain Research Ireland, Adult Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology, Neuroanaesthesiology, Neuroanatomy, Neuroepidemiology, Neurogenetics, Neuro-ophthalmology, Neuropathology, Neuropharmacology, Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, Neuroradiology, Neurorehabilitation, Neurosurgery, Paediatric Neurology, Psychiatry, Psychology
From the Department of Neurology (X.T., Chunjuan Wang, X.L., Y.P., H.Y., L.L., H.Z., X.Z., H.L., Yilong Wang, Yongjun Wang), Tiantan Clinical Trial and Research Center for Stroke (Chunjuan Wang, Y.P., H.Y., H.L., Yilong Wang, Yongjun Wang), Vascular Neurology (X.L., H.Z., X.Z., Yongjun Wang), Neuro-intensive Care Unit (L.L.), and Department of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neurology and Clinical Psychology (Chunxue Wang), Beijing Tiantan Hospital, Capital Medical University, Beijing, China; Department of Neurology, Tangshan Gongren Hospital, Hebei Medical University, Tangshan, Hebei, China (X.T., Y.C.); China National Clinical Research Center for Neurological Diseases, Beijing, China (X.L., L.L., H.Z., X.Z., Chunxue Wang, H.L., Yilong Wang, Yongjun Wang); Center of Stroke, Beijing Institute for Brain Disorders, Beijing, China (Chunjuan Wang); Beijing Key Laboratory of Translational Medicine for Cerebrovascular Disease, Beijing, China (Y.P.); and Illinois Neurological Institute Stroke Network, ...
A review of executive function deficits in autism spectrum disorder and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder Francesco Craig,1 Francesco Margari,2 Anna R Legrottaglie,1 Roberto Palumbi,1 Concetta de Giambattista,1 Lucia Margari1 1Child Neuropsychiatry Unit, 2Psychiatry Unit, Department of Basic Medical Sciences, Neuroscience and Sense Organs, University of Bari “Aldo Moro”, Bari, Italy Abstract: Executive dysfunction has been shown to be a promising endophenotype in neurodevelopmental disorders such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). This article reviewed 26 studies that examined executive function comparing ASD and/or ADHD children. In light of findings from this review, the ASD + ADHD group appears to share impairment in both flexibility and planning with the ASD group, while it shares the response inhibition deficit with the ADHD group. Conversely, deficit in attention, working memory, preparatory processes, fluency, and
Purpose:. The objective of this study is to enhance a form of nonpharmacological treatment of delusions in schizophrenia using neuromodulation, and confirm the effect using electroencephalogram (EEG) and behavioural measures (Whitman et al., in press; Whitman, Minz & Woodward, 2013). Specifically, transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) will be used to improve the outcome of participation in metacognitive training (MCT) for the treatment of psychosis.. MCT is a group-based program developed directly from current cognitive neuropsychiatry research findings on schizophrenia and psychosis. MCT shares knowledge gained in research labs to help individuals experiencing psychosis become more aware of the thinking patterns involved in their illness. The main purpose of the metacognitive training is to help people change the thinking patterns that cause delusions, thereby avoiding relapse into illness or reducing the impact of delusions (Moritz et al., 2014).. tACS is a non-invasive brain ...
left to right): Andrea Hoberman, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY), Performance on an affect identification task in children and adults (done with Alison Merikangas, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh; preceptor: Daniel Pine, NIMH Mood and Anxiety Disorder Research Program); Guy Manetti, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Increased cerebrospinal fluid levelsof IL-1, IL-6, and IL-10 in patients with dementia of the Alzheimer s type (preceptors: Trey Sunderland and Nadeem Mirza, NIMH Geriatric Psychiatry Branch); and Thalia Margalit, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH, Behavioral response to affective stimuli by bipolar children (preceptor: Ellen Leibenluft, NIMH Pediatric and Developmental Neuropsychiatry Branch) ...
Minneapolis, Minnesota. THE JOURNAL-LANCET. The most fitting tribute to a modest man is the simple story of the work he did and of the way, he did it. John Charnley McKinley played a leading part in the building of a great medical teaching and research center. The role he played was primarily that of a working scientist. He took an important part in policy making too, but he preferred to remain in the background, working through committees and faculty organization rather than by entering into public controversy.. John Charnley McKinley was born November 8, 1891, in Duluth, Minnesota. He earned the B.S., A.M., M.D. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Minnesota. There he became assistant professor of neuropathology in 1921, professor of neurology in 1929; he was head of the department of medicine from 1934 to 1943 and of the department of neuropsychiatry thereafter until 1945 when he was incapacitated by illness. He was a Guggenheim Memorial Foundation Fellow in Germany in 1928- 29. He was ...
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J Neuropsychiatry Clin Neurosci. 1998 Winter;10(1):10-9. MacQueen GM, Rosebush PI, Mazurek MF. Source Department of Psychiatry, McMaster University Medical Centre, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Abstract: Tay-Sachs disease (a GM2 gangliosidosis) is an inherited neuronal storage disease that can affect individuals across the age spectrum. Psychosis is reported in 30% to 50% of adult-onset patients, and many…
and has created the research branch named cognitive neuropsychiatry.. Mizutani and colleagues (2014) have indeed reported a case which could to all intents-and-purposes have been caused by a disease of the brain.. Its cause is an overactive thyroid, a gland in the neck.. We report the case of a 20-year-old Japanese woman with no psychiatric history with apparent dissociativesymptoms. These consisted of amnesia for episodes of shoplifting behaviors and a suicide attempt, developing together with an exacerbation of Graves hyperthyroidism. Patients with Graves disease frequently manifest various psychiatric disorders; however, very few reports have described dissociative disorder due to this disease. Along with other possible causes, for example, encephalopathy associated with autoimmune thyroid disease, clinicians should be aware of this possibility.. Dissociative disorders can take many forms - see this factsheet from Mind.. It is thought that dissociative amnesia is amnesia caused by trauma ...
and has created the research branch named cognitive neuropsychiatry.. Mizutani and colleagues (2014) have indeed reported a case which could to all intents-and-purposes have been caused by a disease of the brain.. Its cause is an overactive thyroid, a gland in the neck.. We report the case of a 20-year-old Japanese woman with no psychiatric history with apparent dissociativesymptoms. These consisted of amnesia for episodes of shoplifting behaviors and a suicide attempt, developing together with an exacerbation of Graves hyperthyroidism. Patients with Graves disease frequently manifest various psychiatric disorders; however, very few reports have described dissociative disorder due to this disease. Along with other possible causes, for example, encephalopathy associated with autoimmune thyroid disease, clinicians should be aware of this possibility.. Dissociative disorders can take many forms - see this factsheet from Mind.. It is thought that dissociative amnesia is amnesia caused by trauma ...
Integrative Multidisciplinary Research. Neuropsychiatry remains a pioneering frontier in modern medicine. In part, this is due to the realities that the brain is the most complex organ in the human body and no single measure or method can capture the complexities of its development and maturation - let alone the impact of mental health and learning disorders. As such, our scientific team draws upon a range of disciplines, models, and methods in its efforts to chart brain development and identify clinically useful markers of behavior and brain function that are objective, reproducible, and widely accessible. To maximize our opportunities for collaboration and the exchange of ideas, we house our laboratories, scientists, and clinicians in a shared setting.. New Technologies. Standard methods for assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of mental health disorders are antiquated, lack quantitative rigor and reproducibility, and are administered within an unnatural clinical setting, all of which can ...
The authors report a 63-year-old man with a history of brief isolated manic episodes who became persistently hypomanic after a small right thalamic infarct. Detailed behavioral and neuropsychologic assessment were performed 18 months after the stroke and revealed a prosopoaffective agnosia as the foremost cognitive disorder, i.e., an impairment in the identification of emotional facial expressions with preserved discrimination of facial identity. Difficulties in reasoning on humorous material and other signs of mild right hemisphere dysfunction were present, but other perceptual, frontal and abstract-reasoning cognitive functions were unimpaired. Prosopoaffective agnosia has not been reported previously in thalamic lesions or in primary or secondary mania. The authors discuss the hypothetical relationships between a right hemisphere deficit in processing emotions and relapsing of the patients hypomanic behavior.. Source: Neuropsychiatry Neuropsychol Behav Neurol. 1998 Jan;11(1):40-4.. ...
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. M. J. H. Begemann, I. E. Sommer, R. M. Brand, P. P. Oomen, A. Jongeneel, J. Berkhout, R. E. Molenaar, N. N. Wielage, W. L. Toh, S. L. Rossell & I. H. Bell. https://doi.org/10.1080/13546805.2021.1925235. Abstract. Introduction: A strong link between voice-hearing experience and childhood trauma has been established. The aim of this study was to identify whether there were unique clusters of childhood trauma subtypes in a sample across the clinical spectrum of auditory verbal hallucinations (AVH) and to examine clinical and phenomenological features across these clusters.. Methods: Combining two independent international datasets (the Netherlands and Australia), childhood trauma subtypes were examined using hierarchical cluster analysis. Clinical and phenomenological characteristics were compared across emerging clusters using MANOVA and chi-squared analyses.. Results: The total sample (n = 413) included 166 clinical individuals with a psychotic disorder and AVH, 122 ...
We need a program of psychosurgery for political control of our society. The purpose is physical control of the mind. Everyone who deviates from the given norm can be surgically mutilated. The individual may think that the most important reality is his own existence, but this is only his personal point of view. This lacks historical perspective. Man does not have the right to develop his own mind. This kind of liberal orientation has great appeal. We must electronically control the brain. Someday armies and generals will be controlled by electric stimulation of the brain. - Dr José Delgado.Director of Neuropsychiatry, Yale University Medical School Congressional Record, No. 26, Vol. 118 February 24, 1974. The Guardian newspaper, that defender of truth in the United Kingdom, published an article by the Science Correspondent, Ian Sample, on 9 February 2007 entitled:. The Brain Scan that can read peoples intentions, with the sub-heading: Call for ethical debate over possible use of new ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Differential patterns in mind perception in subclinical paranoia. T2 - Cognitive Neuropsychiatry. AU - Buck,Benjamin. AU - Hester,Neil. AU - Penn,David L.. AU - Gray,Kurt. PY - 2017/3/4. Y1 - 2017/3/4. N2 - Introduction: Although social cognition skills and biases are well-studied in paranoia, mind perception-perceiving the extent to which someone even possesses a thinking, feeling mind-is not. We sought to better characterise the profile of mind perception for individuals with paranoia. Methods: We examined links between mind perception and paranoia in a large (n = 890) subclinical sample. Participants completed measures of paranoia, schizotypy, mind perception, and dispositional empathy. These assessments were examined for their relationships to one another, as well as the possibility that mind perception partially mediates the relationship between paranoia and empathy. Results: Analyses revealed that increased paranoia was linked to less mind perception towards people. This ...
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Whether Ms. Klein had a mental disease is a question of fact. Whether polysubstance dependence is a mental disease is a matter of law. The court noted that the legislature had not defined the terms mental disease or defect. Thus, courts may apply the dictionary meaning to the term. The court recognized the terms mental disease or defect as often synonymous with the term mental disorder, as used in the DSM IV‐TR. However, the court included the caveat that not all disorders in the DSM will rise to the status of ′disease or defect under our statutes. The court reasoned that there were sufficient statutory safeguards to prevent the definition of mental disease or defect from becoming overly inclusive. A finding of NGRI, for example, implicitly requires that the mental disease be of sufficient severity to prevent the defendant from knowing the wrongfulness of his or her act. Continued commitment of an insanity acquittee requires a finding that the individual has a mental disease or ...
Recent developments in the analysis of derived relational responding have contributed to the behavioral analysis of a wide range of complex human behaviors, including sexual behaviors. In particular, recent research has demonstrated that human sexual arousal patterns can emerge in the absence of a history of instrumental learning or stimulus association. These findings considerably expand the traditional behavioral approach to the analysis of human sexual arousal. The current paper provides an overview of the traditional behavioral approach to the analysis of sexual arousal, and outlines Relational Frame Theory as a modern behavioral approach to human language, cognition, and complex behavior in general. A relational frame approach to the analysis of human sexual arousal is then outlined and its interpretative power in dealing with a range of complex human sexual behavior is demonstrated.. ...
2009) Sprache als Kontinuum, Sprache als ‚Diskretum in der aristotelischen Physik. Beiträge der Österreichischen Ludwig Wittgenstein Gesellschaft: Contributions of the Austrian Ludwig Wittgenstein Society; 17 . Kirchberg am Wechsel : Österreichische Ludwig Wittgenstein Gesellschaft, pp. 59-61.. ...
Am J Psychiatry. 2006 Apr;163(4):623-9. Related Articles, Links Comment in: Am J Psychiatry. 2006 Apr;163(4):566-8. Prevalence of dissociative disorders in psychiatric outpatients. Foote B, Smolin Y, Kaplan M, Legatt ME, Lipschitz D. Klau-1 Psychiatric Outpatient Department, Montefiore Medical Center, 111 E. 210th St., Bronx, NY 10467, USA. [email protected] OBJECTIVE: The purpose of the study was to assess the prevalence of DSM-IV dissociative disorders in an inner-city outpatient psychiatric population. METHOD: Subjects were 231 consecutive admissions (84 men and 147 women, mean age=37 years) to … Continue reading →. ...
Higher Rates of Antidepressant Use Associated With Alzheimers Disease http://tinyurl.com/j25ksu5 Puranen A1,2, Taipale H1,2,3, Koponen M1,2, Tanskanen A4,5,6, Tolppanen AM2,3, Tiihonen J4,6, Hartikainen S1,2. 1Kuopio Research Centre of Geriatric Care, University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland. 2School of Pharmacy, University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland. 3Research Centre for Comparative Effectiveness and Patient Safety (RECEPS), University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland. 4Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. 5National Institute for Health and Welfare, Helsinki, Finland. 6Department of Forensic Psychiatry, Niuvanniemi Hospital, University … Continue reading →. ...
American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B (Neuropsychiatric Genetics) 147B:914 -917 (2008) Association of DAO and G72(DAOA)/G30 Genes With Bipolar Affective Disorder Diana Prata,1,2 Gerome Breen,1,2 Sarah Osborne,2 Janet Munro,2 David St. Clair,3 and David Collier1,2* 1 Social Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK Division of Psychological Medicine, Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK 3 Department of Mental Health, University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen, UK 2 There is growing evidence of partial aetiological overlap between schizophrenia and bipolar disorder (BP) from linkage analysis, genetic epidemiology and molecular genetics studies. In the present study we investigated whether individual polymorphisms or haplotypes of the DAO and G72(DAOA)/G30 genes, which have been previously implicated in schizophrenia, are also associated with bipolar disorder. For each gene, we genotyped 213 cases and 197 controls for SNPs previously associated with schizophrenia: ...
Cognitive analysis of schizophrenia risk genes that function as epigenetic regulators of gene expression. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part B: Neuropsychiatric Genetics 171 (8) , pp. 1170-1179. 10.1002/ajmg.b.32503 ...
These can include hearing voices, seeing things that are not present or holding unrealistic beliefs that other people dont share. These experiences can often be distressing and frightening and interfere with their everyday life.. Children with psychotic experiences are more likely to develop psychotic illnesses like schizophrenia later in life. Using data gathered from 6,784 participants in the Children of the 90s study at Bristol university, researchers from the MRC Centre for Neuropsychiatric Genetics and Genomics in Cardiff University and the School of Social and Community Medicine in the University of Bristol examined whether performance in a number of cognitive tests conducted at ages 8, 10 and 11 was related to risk of having psychotic experiences at age 12. The tests assessed how quickly the children could process information, as well as their attention, memory, reasoning, and ability to solve problems.. Among those interviewed, 787 (11.6 per cent) had suspected or definite psychotic ...
Biological psychiatry or biopsychiatry is an approach to psychiatry that aims to understand mental disorder in terms of the biological function of the nervous system. It is interdisciplinary in its approach and draws on sciences such as neuroscience, psychopharmacology, biochemistry, genetics, epigenetics and physiology to investigate the biological bases of behavior and psychopathology. Biopsychiatry is that branch / speciality of medicine which deals with the study of biological function of the nervous system in mental disorders. While there is some overlap between biological psychiatry and neurology, the latter generally focuses on disorders where gross or visible pathology of the nervous system is apparent, such as epilepsy, cerebral palsy, encephalitis, neuritis, Parkinsons disease and multiple sclerosis. There is some overlap with neuropsychiatry, which typically deals with behavioral disturbances in the context of apparent brain disorder. In contrast biological psychiatry describes the ...
A neurological examination can, to some extent, assess the impact of neurological damage and disease on brain function in terms of behavior, memory or cognition. Behavioral neurology specializes in this area. In addition, clinical neuropsychology uses neuropsychological assessment to precisely identify and track problems in mental functioning, usually after some sort of brain injury or neurological impairment. Alternatively, a condition might first be detected through the presence of abnormalities in mental functioning, and further assessment may indicate an underlying neurological disorder. There are sometimes unclear boundaries in the distinction between disorders treated within neurology, and mental disorders treated within the other medical specialty of psychiatry, or other mental health professions such as clinical psychology. In practice, cases may present as one type but be assessed as more appropriate to the other.[9] Neuropsychiatry deals with mental disorders arising from specific ...
The Clinical Neuroscience Immersion Experience (CNI-X) at Stanford University is an intensive one-week summer program that generally follows a students sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school. During this week, students from across California, the country, and the world are exposed to the breadth of research found in the Stanford Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Through interactive seminars with Stanford faculty and researchers, students learn about principles of neuroscience, clinical neuropsychiatry, neuroscience research, psychiatric epidemiology, behavioral and social sciences, and more.. In addition to participating in interactive lectures, students will spend guided time working in small teams to develop innovative, novel solutions to social issues related to psychiatry, psychology, or neuroscience. These ideas and solutions are then presented at a final capstone session in front of an audience of classmates, families, and the programs faculty and staff.. CNI-X ...
Expertise, Disease and Conditions: Adult Psychiatry, Alzheimers Disease (AD), Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Behavioral Disorders in Dementia, Behavioral Medicine, Cognitive Disorders, Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease, Dementia, Disorders of Executive Function, Disorders of Social Cognition, Frontotemporal Dementias, Geriatric Psychiatry, Neuropsychiatry, Primary Aphasias, Prion Diseases, Psychiatry, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Young-Onset ...
The evolution of cognitive neuroscience has been spurred by the development of increasingly sophisticated investigative techniques to study human cognition. In Methods in Mind, experts examine the wide variety of tools available to cognitive neuroscientists, paying particular attention to the ways in which different methods can be integrated to strengthen empirical findings and how innovative uses for established techniques can be developed. The book will be a uniquely valuable resource for the researcher seeking to expand his or her repertoire of investigative techniques.. Each chapter explores a different approach. These include transcranial magnetic stimulation, cognitive neuropsychiatry, lesion studies in nonhuman primates, computational modeling, psychophysiology, single neurons and primate behavior, grid computing, eye movements, fMRI, electroencephalography, imaging genetics, magnetoencephalography, neuropharmacology, and neuroendocrinology. As mandated, authors focus on convergence and ...
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A game is a structured form of play, usually undertaken for enjoyment and sometimes used as an educational tool.Games are distinct from work, which is usually carried out for remuneration, and from art, which is more often an expression of aesthetic or ideological elements. However, the distinction is not clear-cut, and many games are also considered to be work (such as professional players of spectator sports or games) or art (such as jigsaw puzzles or games involving an artistic layout such as Mahjong, solitaire, or some video games).. Key components of games are goals, rules, challenge, and interaction. Games generally involve mental or physical stimulation, and often both. Many games help develop practical skills, serve as a form of exercise, or otherwise perform an educational, simulational, or psychological role.. Ludwig Wittgenstein was probably the first academic philosopher to address the definition of the word game. In his Philosophical Investigations, Wittgenstein argued that the ...
This article was first published in the Turkish review History of Medicine Studies (ed. Hasan Âli Göksoy, Hüsrev Hatemi, Nil Sari), Istanbul 1986, No. 1, pp. 105-112. We are grateful to Nil Sari, author of the article, for allowing its publication.. Here we are going to present the classification of mental and neurological diseases found in Turkish medical manuscripts between the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries. Although there are some variations in detail among different manuscripts, I do not intend to go into the description of these details, nor am I going to compare them, for the general overview is the same. Therefore I am going to give the classification of Mukbilzâde (Zahîre-i Muradiye, 1437), whose writing on mental illness is one of the best. Also, I am going to give briefly the descriptions and symptoms of the diseases, so that it will be easier to understand the classic classification of mental diseases found in Ottoman medical manuscripts.. Before giving the classic list, I ...
In this survey, we have documented 93 funded consultant adult liaison posts in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. It is possible that we have underestimated the current number of liaison posts by failing to identify them. One of the difficulties we encountered was that both the Royal College and the regional representatives for liaison psychiatry were unclear as to the geographical boundaries of the area they are representing. There was also considerable inconsistency regarding the definition of a liaison psychiatrist: in particular, not all neuropsychiatrists defined themselves as working in liaison posts. Finally, in recent years, several hospitals have developed nurse-led liaison teams that did not fall under the umbrella of this survey, but that would be useful to document in further surveys. However, given that we have used several methods of identifying liaison posts, we hope that we have captured most of them: moreover, by setting up a database that the liaison section will keep updated, ...
By Stephen M. Raffle, M.D.. Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is sometimes manifested in mental injuries, changes in behavior, changes in mental functioning, impairments in judgment including the ability to change or make a Will or Trust, enter into a contract or practice a profession. It is interesting to note that Board-Certification in Psychiatry is by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. The two disciplines are sometimes closely intertwined.. My qualifications result from early in my medical training: in my residency and continuing thereafter, I have been interested in learning about neurological disorders which cause psychopathology. From 1971-1975 I was the neuropsychiatric consultant to the neurological rehabilitation unit at Herrick Hospital in Berkeley, California, and thereafter I treated mental disorders of patients who had neurological diseases. Years later, as part of my practice I was a neuropsychiatrist at Kentfield Rehabilitation Hospital, a facility which mainly treats ...
Prevalence of dementia in Al-Quseir city, Red Sea Governorate, Egypt Hamdy N El Tallawy,1 Wafaa M Farghly,1 Reda Badry,1 Tarek A Rageh,1 Ghaydaa A Shehata,1 N Abdel Hakeem M,2 Mohamed Abd El Hamed,1 Mohamed AM Sayd,3 Yasser Hamed,2 Mahmoud R Kandil1 1Department of Neurology, 2Department of Neurology Faculty of Medicine, Assiut University, Assiut Egypt; 3Department of Neurology, Faculty of Medicine, Sohag University, Sohag, Egypt Abstract: Dementia is one of the most important public health problems as a result of the rapid increase in the number of elderly persons worldwide. Improvement of prevention strategies and caring for people with dementia should be undertaken. We performed a door-to-door study to screen all subjects aged 50 years and older (n=4,329 of 33,285 inhabitants) in Al-Quseir city. The screening was performed by 3 neuropsychiatrists, using a modified form of the Mini-Mental State Examination. Suspected cases were subjected to case ascertainment according to Diagnostic and Statistical
Nancy Coover Andreasen is an American neuroscientist and neuropsychiatrist. She currently holds the Andrew H. Woods Chair of Psychiatry at the University of Iowa Roy J. and Lucille A. Carver College of Medicine. Andreasen was born in Lincoln, Nebraska. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska with majors in English, History, and Philosophy. Supported as a Woodrow Wilson Fellow to Harvard and a Fulbright Fellow to Oxfords she received a Ph.D. in English literature. She was a Professor of Renaissance Literature in the Department of English at the University of Iowa for 5 years. She published scholarly articles on John Donne and her first book in the field of Renaissance English literature: John Donne: Conservative Revolutionary. A serious illness after the birth of her first daughter piqued Andreasens interest in medicine and biomedical research, and she decided to change careers to study medicine. She attended medical school at the University of Iowa College of ...
The treatment of behavioural abnormalities in dementia is a perennial quandary for neuropsychiatrists. Treatment strategies for these problems are largely governed by testimonial data because few controlled trials exist to guide the way. The situation is quite understandable; controlled studies are difficult to do in light of diagnostic heterogeneity, concomitant medical illnesses, and informed consent issues. Furthermore, there are probably many different neurobiological reasons why patients suffering from a given type of dementia would develop agitation, aggression, and disruptive behaviour. Although there is widespread use of thioridazine for agitation in dementia, the meta-analysis of Kirchner et al would suggest cautious use of this compound in the future. The use of this meta-analysis as a basis for conclusions, however, is problematic because it draws from studies with a diverse mixture of treatment comparisons, diagnostic groups, and rating scales. Surprisingly, thioridazine is superior ...
Introduction. The scientific status of the social sciences, or the human sciences, has been called into question since its inception in the 19th centuryI (Hollis, 1994; Winch, 1958; Wittgenstein, 1922; Benton & Craib, 2011). Fundamental measurementII seeks to address the scientific status of various disciplines in the social sciences by attempting to establish instruments of measurement and assessment that are consistent in time and for different cultures (Bond & Fox, 2007). Fundamental measurement is the commitment and endeavour, both within the social sciences and the natural sciences, to establish measures that are obtained directly from the object of study. Andrich (1988) argues that with the careful application of the Rasch model it is possible to attempt to produce fundamental measures of various phenomena in the social sciences. Measures that can be considered fundamental are by and large elusive and necessarily entail developing scales of measurement and instruments of assessment that ...
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Read e-book online Wittgenstein: Rethinking the Inner (Ideas) PDF. The belief of the internal is principal to our inspiration of an individual and but is way from being philosophically understood. This e-book deals a entire account of Wittgensteins paintings at the topic and offers a forceful problem to modern perspectives. Written in a non-technical and obtainable variety, it throws new mild either on Wittgensteins paintings and at the challenge of the internal self. ...
Rupert Read, Environmental Philosopher and Chair of Green House Think Tank.. The Paris Agreement explicitly commits us to use non-existent, utterly reckless, unaffordable and ineffective Negative Emissions Technologies which will almost certainly fail to be realised. Barring a multifaceted miracle, within a generation, we will be facing an exponentially rising tide of climate disasters that will bring this civilization down. We, therefore, need to engage with climate realism. This means an epic struggle to mitigate and adapt, an epic struggle to take on the climate-criminals and, notably, to start planning seriously for civilizational collapse.. Dr Rupert Read is a Reader in Philosophy at the University of East Anglia. Rupert is a specialist in Wittgenstein, environmental philosophy, critiques of Rawlsian liberalism, and philosophy of film. His research in environmental ethics and economics has included publications on problems of natural capital valuations of nature, as well as pioneering ...
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Other philosophers of language, like the late American analytical philosopher Donald Davidson developed this Principle of Charity. We make maximum sense of the words of others, wrote Davidson, when we interpret in a way that optimizes agreement. But sometimes The Principle of Charity requires that the reader change the meaning of the text in order to maximize the likelihood of agreement with the authors words, as long as such a rational or coherent interpretation is available to the reader. It is the attempt to read the text in the best possible light.. We could include in this discussion Ludwig Wittgenstein (d. 1951). In his Philosophical Investigations he claimed that there is no single correct way that language works. Instead, there are language games - with the rules of the game changing as the needs of the speaker change. Or the American philosopher John Searles important work Speech Acts, in which speech follows certain rules, and it is the context of the words that determine ...
In this book, an international team of scholars from leading American, British and Continental European universities, led by Richard Swinburne, Eleonore Stump, William Wainwright and Linda Zagzebski, presents original ideas about three currently discussed topics in the philosophy of religion: religious epistemology, the philosophy of Gods action in the world, including the problem of evil and Divine Providence, and the philosophical challenge of religious diversity. The book contains echoes of all four main strands of the late 20th century philosophy of religion: Richard Swinburnes philosophical theology, Alvin Plantingas reformed epistemology, John Hicks theory of religious pluralism, and the philosophy of religion inspired by the work of the later Wittgenstein. One of the distinguishing features of this volume is that it mirrors a new trend towards philosophical cooperation across the so-called continental/analytic divide ...
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Much of the unique selection appears in English translation for the first time in this work. These are outstanding new translations, both precise and literary, which clearly reveal the beauty of the originals.. The Tricksters Tongue contains poetry from continental Africa and from the diasporas of the Caribbean, Brazil and Hispanic America: poetry in a variety of genres, both oral and literary, ancient and modern, from the lyrical to the philosophical, and from sacred incantations to verse by former slaves and poetry of anti-colonial protest. The book is both representative and fresh: it contains the work of well-known writers such as Nicolás Guillén and Léopold Sédar Senghor, as well as important but little translated poets such as the Brazilian João da Cruz e Sousa and the Mozambican José Craveirinha.. The author provides a scholarly introduction, which examines changing ideas about writing and identity. Each translated poem or excerpt is discussed in a critical commentary, which ...
Keeping muscles strong and active in a mouse model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis allows the animals to perform better in the face of dwindling motor neuron input, but ultimately cannot slow their demise, according to new research reported in the May 2 Cell Metabolism. Researchers in the laboratory of Don Cleveland at the University of California, San Diego, overexpressed the mitochondria-boosting gene PGC-1α in the skeletal muscles of mice that systemically produced mutant superoxide dismutase 1 (SOD1). The double transgenic mice could run farther and faster than single-mutant mSOD1 mice, but their disease progressed at the same rate. The work confirms that while mSOD1 in muscles causes atrophy, the muscle woes do not contribute to the neurodegeneration that is the primary ALS pathology, said co-first authors Sandrine Da Cruz and Philippe Parone in an interview with ARF.. The study addresses a question ALS researchers have debated-whether muscle pathology could cause the degeneration of ...
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Dr. Satcher blames those opposed to the mainstreaming of homosexuality in the classroom and elsewhere for the high rates of mental disease found among those practicing homosexuality. To come to this conclusion, he must ignore similar high rates of mental disease, including suicide, among practitioners that has been documented in societies which have come to embrace this activity, said Diggs. Lastly, he ignores the fact that most anti-gay violence is perpetrated by gays themselves in domestic violence settings. The Surgeon Generals report leads those practicing homosexuality to believe they are trapped. Again, his prescription is more of the deadly condoms. Although studies have shown condoms to be effective in reducing the risk of HIV/AIDS transmission, the operative word is reduce not prevent. In fact, some of those studies have success rates of no better than 60 percent. That means that 40 percent of the people in those studies, who were relying on a thin piece of latex to protect ...
Having assisted with the first edition of this text, I am happy to see that Dr. Jacobson has continued and enhanced the texts many helpful features. The second edition provides concise yet comprehensive coverage of virtually all the important neuropsychiatric conditions in geriatric psychopharmacology. The generous use of boxed text, tables, and bullet points helps the busy clinician focus on critical elements of diagnosis and treatment, with maximum efficiency. The advice given is wise, balanced, nuanced, and always aimed at enhancing the safety and well-being of the elderly patient.-Ronald Pies, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry, SUNY Upstate Medical University, Syracuse; Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Tufts USM, Boston ...
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is appropriately named due to the broad variability or clinical heterogeneity which in turn is linked to genetic heterogeneity. Such clinical heterogeneity is difficult to understand and difficult to treat under the auspices of a single disorder. The logical approach to this problem is to try to reduce the heterogeneity by stratifying ASD patients into smaller more homogeneous subgroups. However, this task is difficult as the stratification of ASD on the basis of behavioural differences would require clinicians to make evermore new categories of behavioural disorders when the core neurobiological deficits may be the same or similar. This difficulty is further amplified when the extreme genetic heterogeneity associated with ASD is considered and where some comparable genetic lesions are associated with different behavioural profiles and in some cases with different neuropsychiatric conditions. This special issue of Frontiers addresses these problems from a diversity of
In the lab, we adopt a bench to bedside approach. In our basic research, we use zebrafish as a model species try to understand the biology of compulsive disorders. In particular, we want to understand more about the interaction between molecular (genetic/epigenetic) and environmental (alcohol, stress) factors that cause compulsive behaviours to manifest. Our approach is theoretically guided by the principle that understanding the biology of neuropsychiatric conditions will help develop more effective treatments for patients. This work involves significant amounts of method development, owing to the paucity of validated, reliable measure in zebrafish. We also carry out some preclinical/translational research in humans, in particular looking at the interactions of impulsivity/compulsivity and stress on the development of addiction. In our clinical research, we apply our findings in the laboratory to test important clinical questions, such as addiction (in humans) and compulsive (stereotypic) ...
Author(s): Brunson, Kristen L; Grigoriadis, Dimitri E; Lorang, Marge T; Baram, Tallie Z | Abstract: In addition to regulating the neuroendocrine stress response, corticotropin-releasing hormone (CRH) has been implicated in both normal and pathological behavioral and cognitive responses to stress. CRH-expressing cells and their target neurons possessing CRH receptors (CRF1 and CRF2) are distributed throughout the limbic system, but little is known about the regulation of limbic CRH receptor function and expression, including regulation by the peptide itself. Because CRH is released from limbic neuronal terminals during stress, this regulation might play a crucial role in the mechanisms by which stress contributes to human neuropsychiatric conditions such as depression or posttraumatic stress disorder. Therefore, these studies tested the hypothesis that CRH binding to CRF1 influenced the levels and mRNA expression of this receptor in stress-associated limbic regions of immature rat. Binding capacities and
Vascular depression is a condition that typically affects the elderly and is associated with small vascular lesions. It is more resistant to treatment and has a poorer outcome than nonvascular depression. By altering excitability in the cortical area of the brain, rTMS may be an effective treatment neuropsychiatric conditions, particularly depression.. Participants in this study will be randomly assigned to 15 treatments of either rTMS or sham rTMS for 3 weeks. Following treatment, participants will receive citalopram for 9 weeks. Response rates to treatment; relapse rates; the size, number, and location of the vascular lesions; and the amount of regional brain atrophy will be measured. Improvements in activities of daily living, quality of life, and cognitive function will also be also measured. ...
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Septembers Editorial praises the new research that more genetic rodent models will enable. However, manipulating important genes in a mouse is not enough. Experimental techniques are also needed. Perhaps nowhere is this more important-and more difficult-than using animals to assess neuropsychiatric diseases. While much can be learned on the level of brain and cell physiology, behavioral tests are important to assess which aspects of physiology are most likely to matter. Its the behavioral symptoms, not the cell-based ones, that directly affect peoples lives. How useful would a drug be if it cleared away the telltale plaques of Alzheimers patients but did nothing to preserve their memories?. To make the most of the ever increasing numbers of rodent genetic models, researchers will need better assays and better ways of assessing their validity for human disease.. Please share your thoughts on how best to assess whether an animal model is relevant for studying neuropsychiatric disease.. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Psychiatric symptoms in glioma patients: from diagnosis to management. AU - Boele, F.W.. AU - Rooney, A.G.. AU - Grant, R.. AU - Klein, M.. PY - 2015. Y1 - 2015. U2 - 10.2147/NDT.S65874. DO - 10.2147/NDT.S65874. M3 - Article. C2 - 26089669. VL - 11. SP - 1413. EP - 1420. JO - Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment. JF - Neuropsychiatric Disease and Treatment. SN - 1178-2021. ER - ...
Background: Long non-coding RNAs (LncRNAs) are non-protein coding transcripts longer than 200 nucleotides in length. Instead of being
Long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) are transcripts longer than 200 nucleotides mostly transcribed by RNA which do not encode proteins. Previously, lncRNAs were considered transcriptional byproducts called
The interplay between an infection during pregnancy and stress in puberty plays a key role in the development of schizophrenia, as behaviourists from ETH Zurich demonstrate in a mouse model. Approximately one per cent of the population suffers from schizophrenia, a serious mental disorder that usually does not develop until adulthood and is incurable. Psychiatrists and neuroscientsist have long suspected that adverse enviromental factors may play an important role in the development of schizophrenia. Prenatal infections such as toxoplasmosis or influenza, psychological, stress or family history have all come into question as risk factors. Nevertheless, until now, researchers have been unable to identify the interplay of the individual factors linked to this serious mental disease. However, a research group headed by Dr. Urs Meyer, a senior scientist at the Laboratory of Physiology & Behaviour at ETH Zurich, has now made a breakthrough: for the first time, they were able to find clear evidence ...