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Depressive State and Auditory Brainstem Response a Tentative Future Method for Diagnosis and Pharmacological Control of Depression

Acta Psychopathologica, 2018

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Auditory brainstem response (ABR) profiling tests as diagnostic support for schizophrenia and adult attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Acta Neuropsychiatrica, 2017

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Towards a Neurophysiologic Support for Diagnosis and Therapeutic Control in Psychiatry 

Acta Psychopathologica, 2016

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Identification of Brainstem Biomarkers Supporting Clinical Diagnoses of ADHD and Schizophrenia Using Noninvasive ABR Technique

EC Neurology 3, 2016

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Brain stem audiometry may supply markers for diagnostic and therapeutic control in psychiatry

Neurosci Lett, 2016

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Gender Specific Differences in Auditory Brain Stem Response in Young Patients with ADHD

J Neuropsychiatry, 2016

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Abnormal brainstem auditory response in young females with ADHD

Psychiatry Res, 2015

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Thalamocortical abnormalities in auditory brainstem response patterns distinguish DSM-IV bipolar disorder type I from schizophrenia

J Affect Discord, 2014

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A new method for analyzing auditory brain-stem response waveforms using a moving-minimum subtraction procedure of digitized analog recordings

Neuropsychiatr Dis Treat, 2014

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Monitoring Depth of Anaesthesia Using Brainstem Response: An Exploratory Clinical Study

Nordic Journal Nursing Research, 2014

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Brainstem evoked response audiometry biomarkers in patients with schizophrenia and adult ADHD

European Neuropsychopharmacology, 2014

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Lateral asymmetry and reduced forward masking effect in early brainstem auditory evoked responses in schizophrenia

Psychiatry Res, 2012

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Abnormal auditory forward masking pattern in the brainstem response of individuals with Asperger syndrome

Neuropsychiatr Dis Treat, 2010

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Aberrant brain stem functioning in schizophrenia

European Psychiatry, 2008

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An objective diagnostic decision support for schizophrenia

European Psychiatry, 2007

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Klinisk psykoakustik kan ge objektiv diagnos vid schizofreni

Läkartidningen, 2004

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Auditory masking experiments in schizophrenia

Psychiatry Research, 2002

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Psychoacoustics and hallucinating schizophrenics. A psychobiological approach to schizophrenia

Thesis, Lund University Publications, 2000

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Perceptual restoration of missing sounds in a group of hallucinating schizophrenics

Percept Mot Skills, 1999

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Contralateral induction by frequency spectrum in hallucinating schizophrenics

Psychiatry Research, 1999

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Perceptual grouping due to pitch and amplitude in hallucinating schizophrenics

Psychopathology, 1997

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On Perception of Complex Sound in Schizophrenia and Mania

Psychopathology, 1993

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