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The scale for the assessment of negative symptoms

The scale for the assessment of negative symptoms,N. C. Andreasen

The scale for the assessment of negative symptoms   (Citations: 355)
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Published in 1983.
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    • ...To evaluate how the network properties affect the actual WM performance, we used Pearson’s correlation coefficients to investigate the relationships between small-world network measures (i.e., clustering coefficients, characteristic path length, local efficiency and global efficiency) and WM behavior data (i.e. averaged reaction time of each load, which denotes the duration between subject seeing the number and pushing the button at the probe epoch). The Pearson’s correlation coefficients were also adopted to check if there are any effects on network measures from subjects’ demographic information (age, education, and handedness), the SZ’s clinical characteristics (the Scale for the Assessment of Negative Symptoms (SANS) ...

    Hao Heet al. Altered Small-World Brain Networks in Schizophrenia Patients during Wo...

    • ...A recent study by Grant, Huh, Perivoliotis, Stolar, and Beck (2012) confirmed this finding, showing that CBT-P for negative symptoms was associated with significantly greater improvement (relative to standard care) on the avolition-apathy scale of the SANS (Andreasen, 1981) after 18 months of treatment (between group d = −...

    Harry J. Sivecet al. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis in Clinical Practice

    • ...Symptoms were assessed by the following: Scale for the Assessment of Positive Symptoms (SAPS; [67]), Scale for the Assessment of Negative Symptoms (SANS; [68]), the Brief Psychiatric Rating Scale (BPRS; [69]), the Young Mania Rating Scale (YMRS; [70]), and the Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (HRSD; [71])...

    Amanda G. Cumminget al. Olfactory identification and preference in bipolar disorder and schizo...

    • ...In psychopathology, aspects of speech production are used in the diagnosis of many psychiatric and neurological conditions, including Parkinson’s disease, depression, mania and schizophrenia (Andreasen, 1984; Lebowitz, Shear, Steed, & Strakowski, 2001; Logemann, Fisher, Boshes, & Blonsky, 1978; Ragin, Pogue-Geile, & Oltmanns, 1989 ;S ims,1988)...
    • ...Despite the diagnostic importance of verbal output, clinicians have typically relied on subjective ratings of patient speech (Andreasen, 1984; Taylor, Reed, & Berenbaum, 1994)...
    • ...Additionally, if these tasks are to be extended to clinical populations, they will need to be examined against clinical interviews such as the schizophrenia scales described in the introduction (Andreasen, 1984)...

    Margaret Wardleet al. Quantifying talk: developing reliable measures of verbal productivity

    • ...At presentation, each patient is assessed using the Schedules for the Assessment of Positive Symptoms (SAPS) and the Assessment of Negative Symptoms (SANS) and depressive symptoms are measured using the Calgary Scale [3, 4, 1]. When the person is clinically stable, a DSM-IV-TR (American Psychiatric Association) diagnosis is ascertained using the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV (SCID I) [23]...

    Eadbhard O’Callaghanet al. First episode psychosis and the trail to secondary care: help-seeking ...

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