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1641. The TOM test: a new instrument for assessing theory of mind in normal children and children with pervasive developmental disorders. (PubMed)

. Study 3 demonstrated for a sample of children with PDDs (n = 10) that the interrater reliability of the TOM test is good. Study 4 found that children with PDDs (n = 20) had significantly lower TOM test scores than children with other psychiatric disorders (e.g., children with Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder; n = 32), a finding that underlines the discriminant validity of the TOM test. Furthermore, Study 4 showed that intelligence as indexed by the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children

1999 Journal of autism and developmental disorders

1642. Neurobehavioral function and tibial and chelatable lead levels in 543 former organolead workers. (PubMed)

predictor of performance on the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised vocabulary subtest (p = 0.02), serial digit learning test (p = 0.04), Rey Auditory-Verbal Learning Test (immediate recall and recognition, p = 0.03 for each), Trail Making Test B (p = 0.03), finger tapping (dominant hand [p = 0.02] and nondominant hand [p < 0.01]), Purdue pegboard (dominant hand, nondominant hand, both hands, and assembly, p < 0.01 for each), and Stroop Test (p < 0.01). Moreover, with one exception, average (...) neurobehavioral test scores were poorer at higher peak tibial lead levels. DMSA-chelatable lead was only significantly associated with choice reaction time (p = 0.01).Peak tibial lead was consistently associated with poorer neurobehavioral test scores, particularly in the domains of manual dexterity, executive ability, verbal intelligence, and verbal memory.

1999 Neurology

1643. Donepezil, rivastigmine, and vitamin E in Alzheimer disease: a combined P300 event-related potentials/neuropsychologic evaluation over 6 months. (PubMed)

increments (7.4 +/- 3.5 msec) correlated with worsening neuropsychologic test scores. In patients treated with DPZ and Riv, we found significant P300 latency reductions (15.3 +/- 3.2 msec and 22.0 +/- 3.3 msec). Shorter P300 latencies were associated with higher Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale scores and with lower AD Assessment Scale-cognitive subscale (ADAS-cog) scores (R = 0.72). Correlations between ADAS-cog changes and P300 changes significantly separated patients treated with DPZ and Riv from

2001 Clinical neuropharmacology

1644. Variability of blood-brain ratios of phenylalanine in typical patients with phenylketonuria. (PubMed)

-brain ratios were comparable for subgroups of patients with genotypes classified as severe, moderate, or mild and for patients on different types of diets. Brain Phe concentrations showed a strong linear correlation with blood Phe values (r = 0.93, P < 0.001). There were no saturation effects for blood Phe values up to 1.8 mmol/L, and a local regression analysis did not confirm increasing BBR for increasing blood Phe values. The intellectual outcome (Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale) was correlated (...) with long-term dietary control (r = -0.65, P < 0.05), fluctuation of blood Phe values during treatment (r = -0.60, P < 0.05), and concurrent blood and brain Phe concentration. The severity of white matter changes visible on magnetic resonance images (MRI) was increased with high blood and brain Phe concentrations but failed to reach statistical significance. No correlation was found between BBR values, intelligence quotient, and MRI grade. Based on the assumption that BBR show intraindividual stability

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2001 Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism : official journal of the International Society of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism

1645. The effect of Ginkgo biloba on memory in healthy male volunteers. (PubMed)

, all subjects were given the Sternberg Memory Scanning Test [Q. J. Exp. Psychol. 27 (1975) 1.], a reaction time control test, the vocabulary and digit span subtests of the WAIS-R [Wechsler D. Manual for the Wechsler adult intelligence scale - revised. New York: Psychological Corporation, 1981.], a reading span test [J. Verbal Learn. Verbal Behav. 19 (1980) 450.] and a prose recall test [Discourse Proc. 13 (1990) 387.]. Blood pressure, heart rate and side effects were also monitored throughout

2001 Physiology & behavior

1646. Neuropsychological effects of one-week continuous positive airway pressure treatment in patients with obstructive sleep apnea: a placebo-controlled study. (PubMed)

treatment to CPAP or placebo (CPAP at 2 cm H2O with holes in mask). Participants completed Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised Digit Symbol and Digit Span, Trailmaking A/B, Digit Vigilance, Stroop Color-Word, Digit Ordering, and Word Fluency tests pre- and posttreatment. These produced 22 scores per participant, which were analyzed by use of repeated-measures analysis of variance (ANOVA) and a rank-sum test.In ANOVA, only 1 of the 22 scores showed significant changes specific to CPAP treatment

2001 Psychosomatic Medicine

1647. A double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized trial of Ginkgo biloba extract EGb 761 in a sample of cognitively intact older adults: neuropsychological findings. (PubMed)

on the following standardized neuropsychological measures: Selective Reminding Test (SRT), Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-III Block Design (WAIS-III BD) and Digit Symbol-Coding (WAIS-III DS) subtests, and the Wechsler Memory Scale-III Faces I (WMS-III FI) and Faces II (WMS-III FII) subtests. A subjective Follow-up Self-report Questionnaire was also administered to participants just prior to termination of the treatment phase. Analyses of covariance indicated that cognitively intact participants who received (...) A double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized trial of Ginkgo biloba extract EGb 761 in a sample of cognitively intact older adults: neuropsychological findings. There appears to be an absence of large-scaled clinical trials that have examined the efficacy of Ginkgo biloba extract on the neuropsychological functioning of cognitively intact older adults. The importance of such clinical research appears paramount in light of the plethora of products containing Ginkgo biloba that are currently

2002 Human psychopharmacology

1648. Efficacy of L-carnitine in reducing hyperammonaemia and improving neuropsychological test performance in patients with hepatic cirrhosis : results of a randomised trial. (PubMed)

and/or hepatitis B, alcohol abuse and other causes. Patients randomised to active treatment, received oral L-carnitine 6 g/day in two divided doses for 4 weeks. Diagnosis of SHE was based on psychometric tests (subtests of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised and the Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Test Battery) carried out at beginning and end of study. Serum ammonia levels were measured before treatment and weekly thereafter.A total of 27 patients completed the study. Sixteen patients received L

2002 Clinical drug investigation

1649. Effects of antihypertensive therapy on blood pressure control, cognition, and reactivity. A placebo-controlled comparison of prazosin, propranolol, and hydrochlorothiazide. (PubMed)

improvement from baseline than the other treatment groups on the block design subscale of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised, and there was a trend for the propranolol group to have less improvement from baseline than the other groups on the digit span subscale. There were no other significant pretreatment to post-treatment changes in the other cognitive or psychomotor tests, the Russell Revision of the Wechsler Memory Scale, or a number of computerized reaction-time and signal-detection tasks

1989 The American journal of medicine

1650. The effects of haloperidol on thought disorder and IQ in schizophrenia. (PubMed)

The effects of haloperidol on thought disorder and IQ in schizophrenia. The impact of haloperidol treatment on the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) and the Thought Disorder Index was investigated in a group of 19 patients with schizophrenia tested both before and after 26 days of treatment with haloperidol. Thought disorder scores declined significantly over the course of treatment and fewer patients demonstrated severe forms of thought disorder at the end of the trial. WAIS performance

1990 Journal of personality assessment

1651. Phototherapy for neonatal hyperbilirubinemia: six-year follow-up of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development clinical trial. (PubMed)

and developmental examinations were conducted at 1 and 6 years of age, with follow-up rates of 83% and 62%, respectively. The two groups did not differ in mortality or diagnosed medical conditions. The phototherapy and control groups had similar rates of cerebral palsy (5.8% vs 5.9%), other motor abnormalities including clumsiness and hypotonia (11.1% vs 11.4%), and sensorineural hearing loss (1.8% vs 1.9%). The Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children-Revised scores overall were not significantly different

1990 Pediatrics

1652. Efficacy of almitrine-raubasine in cognitive disorders of aging: a double-blind, placebo-controlled, clinical and psychometric study. (PubMed)

, the other placebo, two tablets daily for 90 days. They were assessed at T0, T45 and T90 days, using the Toulouse-Pieron test, 8 subtests from the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS) and the Sandoz Clinical Assessment for Geriatrics (SCAG). End-of-study results were significantly better in the almitrine-raubasine group in all tests: Toulouse-Pieron test (p less than 0.001), WAIS (p less than 0.001), and SCAG (p less than 0.001).

1990 Clinical neuropharmacology

1653. Neuropsychological performance on tests of frontal-lobe functioning and aggressive behavior in men. (PubMed)

Neuropsychological performance on tests of frontal-lobe functioning and aggressive behavior in men. The authors tested the relationship between frontal-lobe functioning and physical aggression in young men in a laboratory setting. Seventy-two men completed two putative neuropsychological measures of frontal-lobe functioning--the Self-Ordered Pointing (SOP) Task and the Conditional Association Task (CAT)--and an abbreviated version of the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale--Revised. Aggression

1994 Journal of abnormal psychology

1654. [Comparative study of nicardipine versus placebo in the prevention of cognitive deterioration in patients with transient ischemic attack]. (PubMed)

to a Wechsler's intelligence scale, and their memory was also tested before and after this period. Although no alterations were registered on either scale, some differences did appear in certain sub-tests, especially as regards the verbal coefficient. This pilot study has provided information concerning the possible beneficial effect of the drug, which should be proven by means of a larger-scale study.

1996 Revista de neurologia

1655. Antagonic-stress. A new treatment in gerontopsychiatry and for a healthy productive life. (PubMed)

Depression and Anxiety Scales; as well as psychometric testing by digit symbol of WAIS, Wechsler Memory Scale and Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale (WAIS). Except PL, prolonged and large dose treatments with these cerebral activators (MF, NE and especially AS) reduced the psychogeriatric-psychopathological scores and the deterioration index, and improved cognitive performance. The therapeutical effectiveness of AS multiple formula in gerontopsychiatry and its superiority vs. monotherapy (MF or NE (...) with axis III physical disorders or conditions, and in multiinfarct dementia were followed by AS vs. MF or NE investigations in senile dementia of Alzheimer's type. A total of 343 old people, distributed in 4 PL groups, 1 MF group, 1 NE group, and 5 AS groups were studied. Multiple investigations, before and after three-month treatments were made: psychometric evaluation by Sandoz Clinical Assessment-Geriatric, Self-Assessment Scale-Geriatric and their 5 subscales; psychopathological rating by Hamilton

1994 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

1656. Superiority of antagonic-stress composition versus nicergoline in gerontopsychiatry. (PubMed)

, and parallel clinical trial was performed on 62 old people divided into 2 groups and exclusively treated with NE or AS. Psychogeriatric evaluations (Sandoz Clinical Assessment-Geriatric scale, Self-Assessment Scale-Geriatric and their subscales) and psychometric tests (digit symbol of WAIS, Wechsler Memory Scale, and Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-WAIS) were made before and after 3 months of treatment. Prolonged and large dose treatments with NE and AS significantly decreased the psychogeriatric scores

1994 Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences

1657. Cardiopulmonary bypass, temperature, and central nervous system dysfunction. (PubMed)

cold heart surgery. The examinations took place preoperatively, 5 days after operation, and a 3-month follow-up. The examination consisted of a clinical neurological examination and a brief neuropsychological test battery. The neuropsychological tests included the Buschke selective reminding procedure, the Wechsler memory scale-revised visual reproduction subtest, the trial making test (parts A and B), the Wechsler adult intelligence scale-revised digit symbol subtest, and the grooved pegboard test (...) of memory (Buschke, Wechsler memory scale) showed no evidence of patient deterioration in the postoperative period. No difference was seen between the warm and cold groups.In this randomized trial of normothermic versus hypothermic CPB, we found deterioration in scores of tests of psychomotor speed but not of memory in the early postoperative period. We were unable to demonstrate any neuroprotective effect from moderate hypothermia in this patient population.

1994 Circulation

1658. Infant Heart Surgery: Central Nervous System Sequelae of Circulatory Arrest

using standardized measures of cognition, behavior, language, attention, and motor skills. The primary outome variable for the developmental evaluation was the intelligence quotient on the Wechsler Preschool and Primary Scale of Intelligence (WPPSI-R). Secondary outcome variables included measurements of behavior and performance in specific domains of speech and language, visual motor integration, attention, motor function, and temperament. Beginning in January 1998, the study was extended (...) period. The outcomes of primary interest (magnetic resonance imaging, neurologic examination, and psychometric testing) were reviewed at the one-year evaluation, to maximize relevance to the long-term prognosis. Pre-operative and seven-to-ten day post-operative neurologic examination was also carried out. Developmental status at one year was measured by the Bayley developmental scales and the Fagan test of infant intelligence. Brain function was assessed by neurologic examination at one year

1999 Clinical Trials

1659. Developmental Effects On Children Of Women Who Take Antiepileptic Drugs During Pregnancy

: (Toni-3) Test of Nonverbal Intelligence (WAIS) - Wechslers Adult Intelligence Scale -revised Beck Depression Inventory Bayley Scales of Infant Development, NEPSY Trails Preschool Preschool Language Scale-4 Expressive One-Word Vocabulary TEst Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test Developmental Test of Visual-Motor Integration Children's Memory Scale Grooved Pegboard Bracken Basic Concepts Scale Wide Range Achievement TEst Adaptive Behavior Assessment Scale Behavioral Assessment for Children Parenting (...) Stress Index Phenytoin Children and their mothers exposed to phenytoin in utero Behavioral: Differential Abilities Scale IQ measurement at 3, 4.5 and 6 years of age Other Name: DAS Behavioral: Neuropsychological Testing Tests of memory, attention, and behavior administered at 2,3, 4.5 and 6 Years of age Other Names: (Toni-3) Test of Nonverbal Intelligence (WAIS) - Wechslers Adult Intelligence Scale -revised Beck Depression Inventory Bayley Scales of Infant Development, NEPSY Trails Preschool

2001 Clinical Trials

1660. A long-term study with co-dergocrine mesylate (Hydergine) in healthy pensioners. Results after 3 years. (PubMed)

conditions. At 1-year intervals each subject's case history is reviewed, a clinical examination and laboratory tests are carried out, an ECG and an EEG are recorded, and a shortened form of the Hamburg-Wechsler Intelligence Test for Adults (German version of the WAIS, i.e., the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale), the Raven Coloured Progressive Matrices Test, and the Maudsley Personality Inventory are administered. Treatment compliance is being monitored by pill counting and determination of drug plasma

1984 Gerontology

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