neuropsychiatrie

https://link.springer.com/journal/40211

List of Papers (Total 72)

Antipsychotikainduzierte tardive Syndrome

ZusammenfassungTardive Syndrome bleiben trotz des vermehrten Einsatzes von Antipsychotika der neuen Generation ein relevantes klinisches Problem. Es handelt sich um schwer behandelbare Bewegungsstörungen mit geringer Rückbildungstendenz. Deswegen ist die Prophylaxe von entscheidender Bedeutung, wobei der verantwortungsvolle Einsatz von Antipsychotika im Vordergrund steht. Für die...

Self-reported and informant-reported memory functioning and awareness in patients with mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer´s disease

Background Awareness of subjective memory is an important factor for adequate treatment of patients with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) and Alzheimer’s disease (AD). This study served to find out whether awareness of subjective memory complies with objective performance, if differences in awareness are observed longitudinally and whether decrease of awareness can serve as a...

The importance of statistical modelling in clinical research

Background Various studies have shown that caregiving relatives of schizophrenic patients are at risk of suffering from depression. These studies differ with respect to the applied statistical methods, which could influence the findings. Therefore, the present study analyzes to which extent different methods may cause differing results. Methods The present study contrasts by...

An attachment research perspective on ADHD

Since the beginning of clinical attachment research in the mid-1980s the number of research projects in this area has been continuously increasing. The research questions so far can be allocated to numerous medical disciplines such as psychosomatic medicine, adult psychiatry or child and adolescent psychiatry. Recently, children with ADHD and their families have also become...

“The Buoy”: Utilization of a low-threshold ambulatory setting for traumatized children and adolescents in Austria

Background This investigation intended to assess the use of an outpatient clinic providing low-threshold, short-term trauma therapy for children and adolescents across the first 6 years of its existence. Methods A retrospective analysis of the records of all patients undergoing treatment in this institution between 2001 and 2007 (n = 2510) has been performed. We evaluated...

Benefits of group cognitive remediation therapy in anorexia nervosa: case series

Background Cognitive remediation therapy (CRT) is a treatment targeting cognitive difficulties in psychiatric disorders. CRT has been used with patients with severe anorexia nervosa (AN) in individual and group formats. Research of group CRT in AN is limited. Methods Evaluation of a series of CRT groups delivered in inpatient and intensive daycare services was performed...