Journal of Psychiatry and Psychiatric Disorders

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ISSN: 2572-519X

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Articles in Volume 1 Issue 6

Research Article Open Access Pages: 294 - 303 Brazil

Co-Existence of Motor Coordination Impairments in Semi-Hospitalized Children and Adolescents with Psychiatric Disorders

Background: Recent evidence suggests that children and adolescents presenting poor motor skills are at greater risk of developing internalizing symptoms, emotional/behavioural and externalizing problems. Motor coordination difficulties, as in Developmental Coordinatio...Read More

Case Report Open Access Pages: 304 - 307 USA

Sudden Cardiac Death After ECT

Electroconvulsive therapy is known to be one of the safest methods of treating major depressive episodes. One of the rare complications attributable directly to ECT, rather than general anesthesia, concerns cardiac death in vulnerable patients. The case presented here...Read More

Comentary Open Access Pages: 308 - 312 Canada

Informed Consent for Treatment in Forensic Psychiatry: Is It A Realistic Proposition?

Short Review Open Access Pages: 313 - 316 Russia

Problem of Relation Between Brain and Mind in Physiology, Medicine and Psychology

In this paper, traditional concepts of relation between mental activity and brain activity are reviewed, and hypothesis of brain as a biological interface is developed, which was suggested by the author earlier (2008). Approaches to research of human mind in areas of ...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 317 - 326 United States

Exploring the Dark Side: Relationships between the Dark Triad Traits and Cluster B Personality Disorder Features

The present study explored relationships between the Dark Triad (Machiavellianism, narcissism, and psychopathy) and cluster B personality disorder (antisocial, borderline, histrionic, and narcissistic) features. A sample of 661 participants were recruited from a Midwe...Read More

Research Article Open Access Pages: 327 - 338 Brazil

"Day Hospital in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry: Is It Effective for Whom?" Effectiveness of Infant Psychiatric Day Hospital

The infant day hospital is a therapeutic option to patients with high complexity neuropsychiatric disorders. It is essential to evaluate its effectiveness and the patients’ profile that better respond to this type of intervention so the national resources are be...Read More

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