Abstract: Atypical Antipsychotic (AAPS) have been found to be effective in various psychiatric conditions however evidence of treatment, emergent weight gain and hyperlipidemia limit their clinical benefits.
Abstract: Effective instruction in the classroom and training⁄evaluation in the workplace have been the focus of countless approaches and claims, not all of them contained within a complete theory
Abstract: Functional analysis is one of the more robust advances in the assessment and treatment of severe behavior. Using technologies to identify the function of aberrant behavior and adjunctive reinforces
Abstract: Methamphetamine is a potent and highly addictive psychostimulant that has become very popular on the illicit drug market. There is a large amount of literature
Abstract: Empathy is the ability to identify another person's feelings and to view the world from their perspective. Self-assessed empathy declines throughout medical school and residency training.
Abstract: Cognitive reserve (CR) is understood as a latent potential underlying the flexible adaptation to mental challenges. By optimizing cognitive performance, it can be used to cope with high task demands.
Abstract: Antiepileptic, known to manage mood disorders, has been prescribed for behavioral symptoms in severe intellectual disabilities, but often results in multiple prescriptions.
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Abstract This study examined the psychometric properties of the Anxiety Attitude and Belief Scale (AABS), a measure of attitudes and beliefs intended to index a psychological vulnerability to anxiety problems, in an Asian context.