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BEHAVIORAL EVALUATION OF IMIPRAMINE AND NIALAMIDE IN REGRESSED SCHIZOPHRENIC PATIENTS WITH DEPRESSIVE FEATURES
CARL A. LEUTHOLD; F. J. BRADSHAW, JR.; G. W. ARNDT; E. F. HOFFMAN; VLADIMIR PISHKIN
Am J Psychiatry 1961;118:354-355.
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Imipramine and nialamide were found to be comparable as measured by psychiatrist's clinical ratings of over-all improvement in patients with depressive symptoms. On measures of specffic behavioral factors on the MACC scale the two drug groups were differentiated by improved motility in patients on imipramine and by positive changes in affect in patients receiving nialamide during the first 6 weeks of drug administration.

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