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      Max Hamilton

      Max Hamilton

      University of Calgary | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor | Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo, 200 University Ave. West, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1, ...

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      Max Hamilton:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichMax Hamiltonhas direct influence:Anxiety states,Rating scale,Single image,Informed consent,Occupational therapy,Tetrachoric correlation,Leeds scales,Clinical syndromes.

      Max Hamilton:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Max Hamilton has influence:Bipolar disorder,Major depression,Depressive symptoms,Depressed patients,Suicidal ideation,Electroconvulsive therapy,Cognitive impairment.

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      Year
      2022

      University of Calgary

      2020

      University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

      2016

      Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo, 200 University Ave. West, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1, Canada

      1986

      University of Leeds, England

      1983

      The University of Leeds, Psychiatry Annexe, 30 Clarendon Road, Leeds LS2 9NZ

      1982

      University of Leeds, Medical School (Psychiatry Annexe), 30 Clarendon Road, Leeds LS2 9NZ

      1979

      St Luke's Hospital, Crosland Moor, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire HD4 5RQ

      1977

      Department of Psychiatry, University of Leeds

      1976

      University of Leeds; Department of Psychiatry, 15 Hyde Terrace, Leeds 2

      1973

      Nuffield Professor of Psychiatry, University of Leeds, England

      1971

      Stanley Royal Hospital, Wakefield, and the, University of Leeds

      1970

      Department of Psychiatry, University of Leeds, 15 Hyde Terrace, Leeds, LS2 9LT

      1968

      Leeds University Department of Psychiatry

      1967

      Nuffield Professor of Psychiatry, University of Leeds

      1965

      The University of Leeds, Leeds, England

      Department of Psychiatry, School of Medicine, University of Leeds., United Kingdom

      1963

      Medical Research Council; Stanley Royd Hospital, Wakefield; Department of Psychiatry, Leeds

      1960

      Department of Psychiatry, University of Leeds Department of Psychiatry, University of Leeds

      1959

      Senior Research Fellow, Department of Psychiatry, University of Leeds.

      1958

      Leeds University Department of Psychiatry, the General Infirmary at Leeds Leeds University Department of Psychiatry, the General Infirmary at Leeds

      1950

      London

      1948

      University College Hospital, London, England

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      Sample of concepts for which Max Hamilton is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      melancholias depressions #1
      application psychiatry #1
      melancholias #1
      “major tranquillizers #1
      drugs extensive varied #1
      selfassessment inventory severity #1
      55 90 women #1
      depressive illness melancholia #1
      anxiety states trial #1
      scores 55 #1
      treatment anxiety states #1
      extensive varied #1
      illness temperature chart #1
      effectiveness contraindications #1
      inventory practical #1
      14–15 points 3 #1
      observer error medicine #1
      mecholyl funkenstein test #1
      “moral treatment #1
      primary depressive illness #1
      summary selfassessment inventory #1
      “moral treatment years #1
      14–15 points #1
      “major tranquillizers drugs #1
      patients 7·5 #1
      general medicine application #1
      endogenous primary depression #1
      age practical significance #1
      phenelzine drugs #1
      scales dementia #1
      male patients ect #1
      attention precise indications #1
      psychometrics topic weights #1
      planned activities incentives #1
      27 depressed patients #1
      items statistical analysis #1
      years chlorpromazine #1
      indications convulsive treatment #1
      leeds scales #1
      wholehearted endorsement #1
      convulsive therapy depression #1
      publication depression diagnosis #1
      dartalan #1
      chief merits brevity #1
      complications depressive disorder #1
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      Prominent publications by Max Hamilton

      KOL-Index: 6060

      Self-rating scales are finding an increasing use in psychiatric work. Not only are they widely used in research, but they provide the clinician with a score indicating the patient's psychiatric state at any one time, and these scores if repeated throughout the duration of treatment may be considered to provide a continuing measure of the severity of the illness, as does a temperature chart in a febrile illness. Most scales could be improved by item analysis, and in this study the ...

      Known for Leeds Scales | Anxiety Depression | Psychiatric Disorders | Sex Factors | Bipolar Disorder
      KOL-Index: 4332

      The results described are based on data from 47 male and 83 female patients randomly assigned to treatment with imipramine or phenelzine in an open trial. All were fresh (untreated) cases diagnosed as suffering from depressive illness (melancholia). They were rated before treatment and 2 and four months later. Imipramine did not give results which were significantly better than phenelzine. With both drugs it was found that patients had done either very well or very poorly at follow-up, ...

      Known for Imipramine Phenelzine | Drugs Treatment | Depressive Illness | Male Middle Aged | Electroconvulsive Therapy
      KOL-Index: 3939

      SUMMARY

      A self-assessment inventory for measuring severity of depressive illness is described, Its chief merits are brevity and simplicity. The correlation with the Hamilton Rating Scale is +0·87. At a cut-off level of 14–15 points 3% of patients and 7·5% of ‘Normals’ are misclassified. The mean scores for male and female patients do not differ significantly and the small positive correlation of score with age is of little practical significance. The limitations in this ...

      Known for Depressive Illness | Depression Inventory | 3 Patients | Hamilton Rating Scale | Psychological Tests
      KOL-Index: 2655

      There is evidence that ECT causes a breakdown of the blood-brain barrier through the rise of blood pressure it induced. Using the Benton test of cognitive function the day before and three hours after ECT treatment in 27 depressed patients, impairment of function was highly correlated with the maximum rise of systolic BP during the treatment.

      Known for Blood Pressure | Ect Treatment | Benton Test | Cognition Disorders | Aged Adult
      KOL-Index: 2461

      Since the introduction of chlorpromazine for the treatment of mental illnesses a number of other tranquillizing drugs, belonging to the phenothiazine group, have come into use. Experience has shown that the first of a new kind of drug is not necessarily the best and it is important that “variations on a theme” should be properly tested.

      Known for Controlled Trial | Chronic Schizophrenics | Occupational Therapy | Chlorpromazine Humans | New Drug
      KOL-Index: 1987

      Of all the tranquillizers, it may well be said that benactyzine has had the most chequered history. After its synthesis, a series of most careful experiments on animals demonstrated its ability to reduce or modify behaviour induced by stress. The first clinical trial gave rise to high hopes of its value in treatment but as further trials, more carefully designed, were made the results became increasingly inconclusive.

      Known for Anxiety States | Disorders Benactyzine | Humans Neurotic | Parasympatholytics Tranquilizing
      KOL-Index: 1373
      Known for Rating Scales | Psychiatric Status | Statistical Humans | Interview Psychological
      KOL-Index: 1313

      Single-view 3D is the task of recovering 3D properties such as depth and surface normals from a single image. We hypothesize that a major obstacle to single-image 3D is data. We address this issue by presenting Open Annotations of Single Image Surfaces (OASIS), a dataset for single-image 3D in the wild consisting of annotations of detailed 3D geometry for 140,000 images. We train and evaluate leading models on a variety of single-image 3D tasks. We expect OASIS to be a useful resource ...

      Known for Single Image
      KOL-Index: 1260

      The indications for convulsive treatment are such that, when it is properly used, it is one of the most effective treatments in the whole of medicine. Its chief indication is for depressive illness that shows predominantly biological features. It is particularly useful for patients who have not responded to other treatments and for those who are actively suicidal. Research on the prediction of response has yielded very little information beyond that already based on clinical experience. ...

      Known for Electroconvulsive Therapy | Depressive Disorder | Convulsive Treatment
      KOL-Index: 1158

      There are two stages in the evaluation of a new treatment: the first is to determine if it has any effect at all, and the second is to determine as strictly as possible, the conditions of its applicability. In practice, these two stages overlap considerably, for they are not completely distinct. As soon as some evidence is available that a treatment is effective, attention tends towards ascertaining the precise indications for its use, the evaluation of its effectiveness, its ...

      Known for Depressive Disorder | Electroconvulsive Therapy Humans | Depression Ect

      On Informed Consent


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      KOL-Index: 1128

      The tradition of medical practice is based on the assumption that the patients come to the doctor for professional advice and service. Having done so, they have the right to reject the advice or refuse the service, and to go elsewhere. There are a few exceptions to this general rule. Children do not come to doctors, they are brought to them. In that case, the rights pertain to the parents. Persons who are so seriously injured or ill that they cannot exercise their judgement, will be ...

      Known for Informed Consent
      KOL-Index: 1063

      The catalytic hydrogenation of sodium oleate in emulsion form was carried out using the second-generation Ru Hoveyda–Grubbs catalyst in a semibatch reactor. A fast and complete hydrogenation of the CC bond was observed after a reaction time of 1 h with 0.4 wt % catalyst at 120 °C and 8.27 MPa hydrogen gas. 1H NMR characterization shows that the carboxylic group CO was preserved without any reduction. The hydrogenated product sodium stearate was thus obtained. Our results show that the ...

      Known for Sodium Oleate | Grubbs Catalyst | 1h Nmr

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      University of Calgary | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor | Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Waterloo, 200 University Ave. West, Waterloo, Ontario, N2L 3G1, Canada | University of Leeds, England | Psychiatry Annex University of Leeds

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