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Title: International Psychiatry & Behavioral Neurosciences Yearbook
Sub-title: Volume II
Series: (Psychiatry -- Theory, Applications & Treatments Series)
Edited by: Nash Boutros
ISBN10-13: 1622575660 : 9781622575664
Format: Paperback
Size: 260x180mm
Pages: 326
Weight: .760 Kg.
Published: Nova Science Publishers, Inc (US) - February   2013
List Price: 194.99 Pounds Sterling
Availability: In Stock   Qty Available: 9
Subjects: Psychiatry
The idea of the International Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences (IPBN) was born as a result of the many occasions where, in the course of working on review articles or meta-analyses (MA) the author frequently encountered papers that needed to be included but were never translated into English. Usually an English abstract is available but this is never sufficient for the purposes of a detailed critical review or a close examination of the data as in meta-analyses. Most researchers simply ignore the published work and is observes the review or the MA uses English as a limiting term in the initial searches for relevant literature, thus weeding out all works done all over the world in other languages. While this is unfortunate, it is understandable as it is usually very expensive to accurately translate such data papers. Furthermore, while working on reviews or MAs one rapidly discovers the very many important works that were not published in English.
Table of Contents:
Preface to Volume II; IPBN Volume II Editorial Board; Synopses of represented journals; Psychotic Disorders; Epidemiological & diagnostic axis I gender differences in Dual-Diagnosis patients; Schizophrenia & lateralized brain dysfunction: an ERP study during monaural & dichotic listening; Observation on the Therapeutic Effect of Electroacupuncture Combined with Small Dose of Clozapine in Clinical Treatment of Refractory Schizophrenia; Brazilian Consensus on second-generation antipsychotics & metabolic disorders; Severe catatonic schizophrenia in a 17-year-old adolescent female.
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