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neuropsychiatrist

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  • n. A medical doctor specializing in neuropsychiatry; a medical doctor dealing with disorders that have both neurological and psychiatric features.

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  • Another form of “insight” important to the neuropsychiatrist is the patient’s awareness that he has an illness.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • Tastes and smells are particularly evocative, which is how Marcel Proust was famously able to construct a whole discourse on his childhood just by tasting a Madeleine, says Gayatri Devi , a neuropsychiatrist who specializes in memory problems in New York City.

    Blanks for the Memories

  • After a few months, I was able to visit 7 East, the TBI unit at Bethesda Naval, where I met an amazing staff of nurses and doctors led by David Williamson, a neuropsychiatrist.

    Understanding TBI and the mysteries of the brain

  • The Hollywood Reporter says La Salle will play Evan Morrison, a neuropsychiatrist who focuses on human behavior.

    A Gifted Man Books Eriq La Salle For Recurring Role

  • Her father “no fool he” diagnosed her fragile state and sent her to see Dr. Harold E. Wolff, a leading Cornell neuropsychiatrist and, as it turned out, an expert in the field of Psychosomatic Medicine at Medical School.

    A Covert Affair

  • "I'm going to say three words and then have you say them back to me, okay?" says Williamson, a neuropsychiatrist who runs Bethesda's traumatic brain injury unit.

    Traumatic brain injury leaves an often-invisible, life-altering wound

  • "For men and their ducts, it'd be like having a big fat pipe to drain in a rainstorm," says Louann Brizendine , a neuropsychiatrist at the University of California, San Francisco.

    Read It and Weep, Crybabies

  • In her groundbreaking books, "The Female Brain" and "The Male Brain," neuropsychiatrist Louann Brizendine, M.D., offers the physiological evidence for what we've always known: men and women are different.

    Rebecca Shambaugh: Does Brain Science Prove That Companies Need Female Leaders?

  • As Louann Brizendine, a neuropsychiatrist, wrote in her book, The Female Brain, "Women have an eight-lane superhighway for processing emotion, while men have a small country road."

    Ronit Herzfeld: Sex And Love Can Come Together

  • Sharp, also a neuropsychiatrist, notes that functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI lets researchers see changes in the brain — such as when someone is feeling love or fear or is concentrating.

    Emotions show our true colors

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