Development of an instrument to measure stress conditions in patients with intellectual disabilities and psychiatric disorders: SEAGB-questionnaire.

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Summary of "Development of an instrument to measure stress conditions in patients with intellectual disabilities and psychiatric disorders: SEAGB-questionnaire."

Stress conditions in patients with intellectual disabilities and psychiatric disorders are among all factors the most disabling in their quality of life. We aimed to develop a self-rating and third-person rating instrument verifying the effect of psychiatric and psychotherapeutic treatments in these patients.


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Name: Fortschritte der Neurologie-Psychiatrie
ISSN: 1439-3522


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