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|Title ||:||脳損傷患者と分裂病患者におけるModified-Mini-Mental Stateテストの有用性|
|Title alternative ||:||Usefulness of a Japanese Version of the Modified-Mini-Mental State Test (3MS) in Brain Damage and Schizophrenic Patients|
|Authors ||:||富永, 大介|
|Authors alternative ||:||Tominaga, Daisuke|
|Issue Date ||:||Oct-1999 |
|Abstract ||:||Not only brain damaged also schizophrenic patients were examined the Modified Mini-Mental Test (3MS) to analyze whether it's effectively utilized in clinical situation. Consequently four factors were extracted from 3MS which were conducted brain damaged patients. We called these factors "orientation","memory and concept","copy design and dictation", and "naming and written order" respectively.
Chronic schizophrenic patients were divided into five groups by their age, 20-, 30-, 40-, 50-, 60- age, respectively. The factor of "memory and concept" was declined as a function of age. Other factors was not significantly changed by their age.
Lastly we suggested 3MS should be utilized with other brief neuropsychological tests to clarify global dysfunction of cognition of these patients.|
|Type Local ||:||紀要論文|
|Citation ||:||琉球大学教育学部紀要 no.55 p.249 -258|
|Appears in Collections||:||No.55 (1999/10)|
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