Schedules for Clinical Assessment in Neuropsychiatry (SCAN)
- Introduction to SCAN. Beginning the interview. Physical health. Somatoform, and dissociative symptoms. Worrying, tension, etc. Panic, Anxiety and Phobias. Obsessional symptoms. Depressed mood and ideation. Thinking, concentration, energy, interests. Bodily functions: weight, sleep, sex. Eating disorders: anorexia and bulimia. Expansing mood and ideation. Use of alcohol. Use of psychoactive substances other than alcohol. Interference with activities due to Part One symptoms and factors influencing their manifestation(attributions). Screen for items in Part Two. PSE Part Two. PSE Part Two. Language problems at examination. Perceptual disorders other than hallucinations. Hallucinations. Subjectively described thought disorder and experience of replacement of will. Delusions. Further information for classification of Part Two disorders. Cognitive impairment and/or decline. Motor and behavioural items. Affect. Speech abnormalities. Social impairment. The Item Group Checklist. Clinical History Schedule.
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