Direct Impact

Concepts for which EDWARD G COLBERT has direct influence:

childhood schizophrenia
biochemical test
schizophrenic children
vestibular dysfunction
electroencephalographic abnormalities
toe walking
sexual confusion

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which EDWARD G COLBERT has influence:

pathophysiologie körpereigener amine
organic affections
social adjustment
eighth nerve
-chromatographie abzuklären
einleitend kurze übersicht
lebererkrankungen festgestelltes

Prominent publications by EDWARD G. COLBERT

KOL-Index: 8 Recent discoveries and refinements in technique in the field of biochemistry have led to renewed interest in the idea that a test can be developed for the diagnosis of schizophrenia. Studies directed toward that goal have included investigations of biological amines, carbohydrate metabolism, epinephrine metabolism, serotonin, taraxein and ceruloplasmin. No conclusive evidence of any ...
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13 Behavior Problem | Thirty-Four Schizophrenic Children | Test Schizophrenia
KOL-Index: 7 Studies by various workers over the last several decades have established the existence of many physiological changes in adult schizophrenia.1-4 It has not been demonstrated that these changes are primary, however, or that they are of prognostic value.In this study we have investigated vestibular functioning in schizophrenic children. This area was chosen for several reasons.First, ...
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Hyporeactivity Paradoxical Vestibular Reactions | Area Vestibular | Functioning Schizophrenic
KOL-Index: 6 Schizophrenia can be discovered in pre-school children by observation of: Social indifference; uneven and intermittent motor or physical development; irregularity in speech development with tendency toward infantile speech; early fear of falling or rising, giving way to obsession with jumping and falling; excessive interest in spinning toys and circular motility; and preoccupation with body ...
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Speech Early | Diagnosis Schizophrenia
KOL-Index: 5 1. Frequency analysis has been available for nearly 15 years, but its inherent disadvantages have limited its use in correlating the EEG with clinical data. Auto-correlation and cross-correlation techniques are more recent and hold considerable promise. 2. The use of these techniques will add little to our present knowledge unless we also improve our methods of quantifying behavior and ...
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Correlation Techniques | Poorly-Defined Eeg | Considerable Promise | Behavior Psychopathology
KOL-Index: 5 The importance of establishing a diagnosis in the emotionally disturbed child has been emphasized.Forty adolescent childhood schizophrenics have been contrasted with 20 adolescent behavior problem cases and 20 adolescents whose schizophrenia appeared in adolescence.(a.) The childhood schizophrenics revealed: (i) a tendency to early and severe physiological disturbances and showed general ...
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20 Adolescent Behavior Problem | Early Severe Physiological Disturbances | Immaturity | Spontaneous “whirling
KOL-Index: 4 An intensive study was made of 34 children with schizophrenia. Diagnosis was established by observation of appearance, speech, motility and posture, play patterns, interpersonal responses, thought content, psychometrics, and clinical history by at least three psychiatrists not involved in the study. Data obtained by questionnaire from the parents of children in the test group were compared ...
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Schizophrenia Diagnosis
KOL-Index: 4 Introduction Do patients with 14- and 6-per-second positive spiking in their electroencephalograms have a unique type of behavior disorder? Is this electrical abnormality a sign of an “epileptic equivalent” with largely autonomic symptomatology ?Since the original report of Gibbs in 1951,1 a number of studies have appeared describing both the details of this electroencephalographic pattern ...
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Electroencephalographic Pattern | Paroxysmal Autonomic Manifestations | Drowsiness | Behavioral Abnormalities
KOL-Index: 3 1.The importance of persistent toe walking as a sign in childhood schizophrenia was emphasized and three cases were described illustrating the medical profession's unfamiliarity with this phenomenon.2.In these toe walking schizophrenic children, mental deficiency, autism, and abnormal electroencephalograms were noted.3.It is suggested that toe walking in childhood schizophrenia may be ...
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Space Motion Preoccupations | Primary Secondary Dysfunction | Professions Unfamiliarity | Walking Childhood

Neuropsychiatric Institute, UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles 24, Calif

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