This paper reports a control trial of alprazolam (M 16, F 14, age 30.1 ±s1.9a, dose 2.4mg ± 1.2mg/d,6wk) vs imipramine (M 14, F 12, age 28.2 ± 1.7a, dose 175mg ± 25mg/d, 6wk)in treating patients with depressive neurosis.
RESULTS:①Psychological diseases that were caught easily by teenagers were sch izophrenia(41.3%),other mental disorders(10.0%),psychogenic mental disorder(9. 3%),depressive neurosis(7.2%)and compulsive neurosis(5.5%).
RESULTS:In reaction time task,the omission rate( md = 10.00,2.50,P = 0.000),mean reaction time( md=474,304,P = 0.000) and variation coefficient md =43.08,32.63,P =0.000) in neurotic group were significantly higher than those in normal controls;
Results:The score of E and N of the group with neurotic disorder were higher than that of group (P<0 01). The numbers of unstable-introversion were more than that of the control group(P<0.01), and the numbers of stable-extroversion were lesser than that of the control group(P<0.01).
Emotional estimation of short fragments of classical music was analyzed in healthy subjects and patients with depressive neurosis and retarded depression (the depressive phase of maniac-depressive psychosis).
The administration of large doses (50-80 μg/kg) aggravates neurosis.
In this study, parameters of oxidative stress and apoptosis were investigated in different areas of rat brains subjected to chronic stress (on the model of experimental neurosis).
There were no indications of a constitutional potentiality towards neurosis or psychosis in these five patients.
According to the clinical picture, the following syndromes were classified as neurosis-like schizophrenia: asthenic, obsessive, hysterical and psychasthenic.
The aim of this study was to compare the effects of psychological relaxation on the heart rate variability (HRV) in subjects with a number of negative functional states: asthenia, depression, and neurotic symptoms.
A positive effect of the drug on the emotional state of prisoners, namely, decreases in the levels of reactive and personal anxiety and depression, as well as in the probability of the development of neurotic disorders, was shown.
Emotional evaluation of short musical fragments was compared for healthy people, patients with endogenous or neurotic depression, and opium addicts with affective disorders.
The analysis of psychological features in pilots with a history of attempted suicide showed a neurotic type of maladaptation formed on the basis of the domination of hyposthenic traits in the personality structure.
Neurotic behavior, pessimism, increased anxiety, and introversion that had become acute under the specific social and occupational conditions transformed into depressive signs and avoidance of social problems.
The social correlates of chronic neurotic disorder
The measure delineates a parental style of 'affectionless control' (involving insufficient care and overprotection), which appears to be a risk factor to neurotic disorder in particular, and the possible nature of the risk factor is discussed.
Whilst overall high rates of admissions in Northern Ireland are most likely attributable to provision and use of beds, these factors may not entirely account for high rates of admissions for neurotic disorder, particularly among males.
These results are interpreted as suggesting that deficiencies in social support may be more important in neurotic disorder, in particular depressive disorders, than in psychoses.
Kappas of .30 or higher were found for the diagnosis of antisocial personality, conduct disorder, enuresis, mixed behavior-neurotic disorder, and possible depression.