Alterations of the sense of self and personality in Parkinson's disease

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Alterations of the sense of self and personality in Parkinson's disease
Authors: Patrick McNamara, Raymon Durso, Erica Harris
Citation: International journal of geriatric psychiatry 23 (1): 79-74. 2008 January
Database(s): PubMed (PMID/17562520)
DOI: 10.1002/gps.1845.
Link(s): http://www.bumc.bu.edu/len/files/2009/03/alterations-of-the-sense-of-self-and-personality-in-pd-2008.pdf
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Alterations of the sense of self and personality in Parkinson's disease is a study on the personality of patients with Parkinson's disease.

This paper overlaps to some degree with "Machiavellism" and frontal dysfunction: evidence from Parkinson's disease in terms of text, subjects and results.

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[edit] Subjects

All patients were "on some form of dopaminergic medication" (page 80).

Except for one patients the subject group seems to be the same as used in "Machiavellism" and frontal dysfunction: evidence from Parkinson's disease.

[edit] Results

Personality scores are reported for the seven scales of TCI and for the subscales of harm avoidance (Table 2).

The results and demographics are slightly different from "Machiavellianism" and frontal dysfunction: evidence from Parkinson's disease due to the extra subject.

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[edit] Related papers

  1. "Machiavellism" and frontal dysfunction: evidence from Parkinson's disease
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