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      Ronald R Koegler

      Ronald R Koegler

      Olive View Community Mental Health Center Sylmar, California | U. Denver | Department of Psychiatry, University of California at Los Angeles Medical School | Langley Porter ...

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      Ronald R Koegler:Expert Impact

      Concepts for whichRonald R Koeglerhas direct influence:Childhood schizophrenia,Field independence,Diagnosis schizophrenia,Vestibular dysfunction,Biochemical test,Concept formation,Perceptual development,Childhood schizophrenic.

      Ronald R Koegler:KOL impact

      Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Ronald R Koegler has influence:Autistic children,Placebo interventions,Field dependence,Idiopathic toe walking,Positive spikes,Rem sleep,Sensory input.

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      Year
      1973

      Olive View Community Mental Health Center Sylmar, California

      1965

      U. Denver

      1964

      Department of Psychiatry, University of California at Los Angeles Medical School

      Langley Porter Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of California Medical Center, San Francisco

      1963

      U.C.L.A. Medical Center

      1962

      Department of Psychiatry, University of California Medical Center, Los Angeles

      1961

      Departments of Psychiatry and Medicine (Neurology), UCLA Medical Center, Los Angeles 24, Calif.

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

      1958

      Camarillo State Hospital, Children's Unit, Los Angeles, Calif. USA

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      Sample of concepts for which Ronald R Koegler is among the top experts in the world.
      Concept World rank
      theory ceruloplasmin levels #1
      constitutional factors condition #1
      childhood schizophrenics problem #1
      fairly sudden regression #1
      ceruloplasmin levels schizophrenia #1
      adult schizophrenics study #1
      toys circular motility #1
      schizophrenic children study8 #1
      study paul schilder #1
      obsession jumping #1
      spontaneous whirling #1
      time motion preoccupation #1
      biochemical test schizophrenia #1
      area vestibular functioning #1
      social indifference irregularity #1
      excessive toys #1
      jumping excessive #1
      careful studies adults #1
      circular motility preoccupation #1
      loretta bender7 study8 #1
      schizophrenia young children #1
      adult schizophrenia1 #1
      early fear obsession #1
      loretta bender7 space #1
      playthings schizophrenia #1
      pediatric psychiatrist diagnosis #1
      study vestibular functioning #1
      reasons hyporeactivity #1
      schizophrenia careful studies #1
      schizophrenic children area #1
      motion preoccupation #1
      schizophrenia preschool children #1
      adult schizophrenics6second #1
      playthings schizophrenia schools #1
      childhood vestibular labyrinth #1
      loretta bender7 #1
      body periphery hands #1
      hair physician #2
      schizophrenia childhood schizophrenics #3
      preschool children observation #3
      general immaturity frequent #3
      adolescent schizophrenics #3
      whirling tests #3
      presence positive tests #3
      paradoxical vestibular reactions #3
      sexual confusion obsession #3
      longterm “relationship therapy #3
      spontaneous “whirling #3
      tendency general immaturity #3
      bender gestalts #4
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      Prominent publications by Ronald R Koegler

      KOL-Index: 2895

      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 related to space and motion preoccupations, which may be due to primary or secondary dysfunction of ...

      Known for Childhood Schizophrenia | Toe Walking | Gait Humans | Movement Disorders | Schizophrenic Children
      KOL-Index: 2463

      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, hyporeactivity and paradoxical vestibular reactions were reported in adult schizophrenics by Angyal.5 In ...

      Known for Childhood Schizophrenia | Vestibular Dysfunction | Schizophrenic Children | Spontaneous Whirling | Vestibule Labyrinth
      KOL-Index: 2178

      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 and positive clinical correlates.2-15 The symptoms reported have been quite diverse, some authors ...

      Known for Controlled Study | Eeg Pattern | Clinical Significance | Behavior Disorder | 14 6
      KOL-Index: 2050

      Thirty men and 26 women were tested on Witkin's adaptation of the Gottschaldt Embedded Figures Test and on the Shipley Hartford Scale. Results showed that field independent men and women scored significantly higher than the field dependent men and women on the Shipley Abstraction Scale but not on the Shipley Verbal Scale. The findings were interpreted as supporting the hypothesis that field independence is an asset on tests that require perceptual concept formation (the abstraction of ...

      Known for Field Independence | Concept Formation | Psychological Tests | Humans Personality | Abstraction Scale
      KOL-Index: 1633

      Introduction American psychiatry is confronted with a continuing problem of trying to meet the need for psychiatric services, particularly for those who seek outpatient care. Most clinics have waiting lists and a common concern of clinic directors is how to provide treatment that is more economical of staff time. The introduction of "tranquilizers" in the mid-1950's was followed by a large number of reports of highly successful treatment with these drugs of a wide variety of emotional ...

      Known for Outpatient Treatment | Neurotic Disorders | Clinics Hospital | Psychotherapy Schizophrenia
      KOL-Index: 599

      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 with similar data from parents of a contratest group of 19 children who manifested behavior ...

      Known for Child Humans
      KOL-Index: 573

      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 periphery-hands, feet and hair.When the physician observes these symptoms, or is consulted about ...

      KOL-Index: 491

      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 immaturity; (ii) a frequent history of spontaneous “whirling” and toe-walking; (iii) poverty of ...

      Known for Child Humans
      KOL-Index: 361

      Children 6, 7, and 8 years old were first tested for their ability to reverse figure and ground and then given special training in this skill. Although all the children's ability improved greatly with practice, the initial differences between the age groups were still apparent both immediately and 1 month after training.

      KOL-Index: 83

      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 biochemical abnormality in schizophrenia has been found. Although careful studies in adults have failed to ...

      KOL-Index: 59

      41 brain-injured (Bl) and 39 familial retarded (FR) children matched for CA but not for MA were 1st tested on 1 set of ambiguous pictures, then trained on a 2nd set, and then retested on the 1st set both immediately and 1 mo. following training. Results showed that although the BI group had a significantly higher IQ than the FR group, they nevertheless took more trials to reach a lower level of post-training performance. The difference between the groups reached statistical significance, ...

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