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  • Managing mental health on a prolonged deployment: UK military exercise SAIF SAREEA 3. [Journal Article]
    BMJ Mil Health. 2020 May 30 [Online ahead of print]Sawford HJ, Smith MB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Presentations were low, but time consuming and with poor disposal outcomes. Most conditions predated the exercise, and could have been predicted to worsen through the deployment. Given the disproportionate burden that mental health cases afforded during SS3, future brigade-sized deployments should include deployed mental health professionals in order to offer evidence-based therapy which should lead to improved disposal outcomes and a reduced AE burden.
  • Detection of Malingering Using Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-IV for Psychiatric Patients. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatry Investig. 2020 May 27 [Online ahead of print]On AK, Hwang KS, … Lee SY
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study first introduced RDS cut-off scores for malingering psychiatric patients in South Korea. In clinical practice, clinicians may be able to utilize the RDS cut-off scores for malingering-suspected patients. In particular, for patients with military service issues, 7 or less pts of RDS can be used for detecting and inferring their malingering.
  • From dysthymia to treatment-resistant depression: evolution of a psychopathological construct. [Journal Article]
    Int Rev Psychiatry. 2020 May 21 [Online ahead of print]Ventriglio A, Bhugra D, … Fiorillo A
  • Dysthymia is a psychopathological construct historically described and often reconsidered through the centuries. Its first description is dated back to 400 b.C., when Hippocrates proposed his theory about the 'black bile' and the melancholic temperament. The concept of dysthymia (dys-, 'ill', thymia-, 'emotions') has been largely elaborated in the XIX and XX centuries by Burton, Cullen, Schneider…
  • Clinical significance of fluid biomarkers in Alzheimer's Disease. [Review]
    Pharmacol Rep. 2020 May 08 [Online ahead of print]Lewczuk P, Łukaszewicz-Zając M, … Kornhuber J
  • The number of patients with Alzheimer's Disease (AD) and other types of dementia disorders has drastically increased over the last decades. AD is a complex progressive neurodegenerative disease affecting about 14 million patients in Europe and the United States. The hallmarks of this disease are neurotic plaques consist of the Amyloid-β peptide (Aβ) and neurofibrillary tangles (NFTs) formed of hy…
  • Neurasthenia: tracing the journey of a protean malady. [Journal Article]
    Int Rev Psychiatry. 2020 May 07 [Online ahead of print]Bhola P, Chaturvedi SK
  • Neuresthenia has had its popularity waxing and waning over the years. This review article traces the path and trajectory of the concept of this disorder, how it changed and varied over time, to the current times, when it has been almost forgotten and the concept is heading towards oblivion. Although its place in the diagnostic systems is currently in question, neurasthenia is still part of profes…
  • Do nurses rate diseases according to prestige? A survey study. [Journal Article]
    J Adv Nurs. 2020 Apr 20 [Online ahead of print]Johannessen LEF, Album D, Rasmussen EB
  • CONCLUSIONS: The nurses ordered diseases in a prestige hierarchy and their rankings are strikingly like those of physicians. The findings are of significant relevance to nursing practice and set a new course for future research into prestige and nursing culture.The findings should encourage nurses - individually and collectively - to reflect on whether and how notions of disease prestige influence their decision-making. By showing that nurses as well as physicians are able to rate diseases according to prestige, the study suggests new avenues for future disease prestige research.
  • [Rat man. A review]. [Historical Article]
    Vertex. 2019 Jul-Aug; XXX(146):259-263.Lucchelli JP
  • We will focus on one of the key cases analyzed by Freud, the one he himself named the "Rat Man" (fictional name for patient Ernst Lanzer) and analyzed as an "obsessive neurosis". As in the Dora case, in this clinical case Freud intends to describe the prototype of obsessive neurosis in which no element is missing. Everything is there: sexual and forbidden thoughts that obsess the subject, aggress…
  • Foreign National Patients in German Prison Psychiatry. [Journal Article]
    Front Psychiatry. 2019; 10:988.Neumann B, Ross T, Opitz-Welke A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Treatment conditions of foreign national patients in prison psychiatry must be improved. To achieve this, the psychiatric assessment and (mental) health-related aspects of these patients should be further investigated.
  • Balier's French Narcissistic Theory of Ageing: Developments and Perspectives. [Journal Article]
    Front Psychol. 2020; 11:113.Rexand-Galais F, Le Goff J
  • Claude Balier's narcissistic theory of ageing may be one of the pillars of French psycho-gerontology, but it is certainly not set in stone. On closer inspection, instead of being just minor variations on the same theme, the three stages of its development are structured around different references and make different assumptions. Some even contradict each other. Balier's theory nevertheless finds …
  • Pharmacological, psychological, and non-invasive brain stimulation interventions for treating depression after stroke. [Review]
    Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2020 01 28; 1:CD003437.Allida S, Cox KL, … Hackett ML
  • CONCLUSIONS: Very low-certainty evidence suggests that pharmacological or psychological therapies can reduce the prevalence of depression. This very low-certainty evidence suggests that pharmacological therapy, psychological therapy, non-invasive brain stimulation, and combined interventions can reduce depressive symptoms. Pharmacological intervention was associated with adverse events related to the CNS and the gastrointestinal tract. More research is required before recommendations can be made about the routine use of such treatments.
  • StatPearls: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) [BOOK]
    . StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Brock Hannah H University Hospital Hany Manassa M Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai BOOK
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is often a disabling condition consisting of bothersome intrusive thoughts that elicit a feeling of discomfort.  To reduce the anxiety and distress associated with these thoughts, the patient may employ compulsions or rituals. These rituals may be personal and private, or they may involve others to participate; the rituals are to compensate for the ego-dystonic…
  • Relationship between neuropsychiatric disorders and cognitive and behavioural change in MND. [Journal Article]
    J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry. 2019 Dec 23 [Online ahead of print]McHutchison CA, Leighton DJ, … Abrahams S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Neuropsychiatric disorders in patients and their families are associated with cognitive and behavioural changes post-MND diagnosis, with many occurring independently of MND-FTD and C9orf72 status. These findings support an overlap between MND, frontotemporal dementia and neuropsychiatric disorders, particularly mood disorders.
  • The Wolf Man's Glückshaube: Rereading Sergei Pankejeff's Memoir. [Journal Article]
    J Am Psychoanal Assoc. 2019 Oct; 67(5):789-814.Mahalel AT
  • A comparative reading of Freud's canonical case study "From the History of an Infantile Neurosis" (1918) and the memoir written by the protagonist of that study, Sergei Pankejeff, known as the Wolf Man (1971a), centers on the complex matrix of meanings embodied in the act of lifting the veil. The neurotic symptom of a veil seemingly in front of the analysand's eyes is interpreted by Freud as a re…
  • EEG cross-frequency correlations as a marker of predisposition to affective disorders. [Journal Article]
    Heliyon. 2019 Nov; 5(11):e02942.Knyazev GG, Savostyanov AN, … Aftanas LI
  • EEG cross-frequency amplitude-amplitude correlation (CF-AAC) has been considered as a potential marker of social anxiety and other affective disturbances. Functional significance of this phenomenon remains unclear, partly because the majority of studies used channel-level analysis, which precluded the spatial localization of observed effects. It is not also clear whether CF-AAC may serve as a mar…
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