case_study_psychiatrist: Patient by psychiatric symptom data

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Description

Abstract: Presence/absence ratings of 24 psychiatric symptoms in 30 psychiatric inpatients made by an individual psychiatrist. Subject matter background: The data have been collected in a case study of an individual psychiatrist to identify his implicit taxonomy. Data structure: object x variables data matrix

Usage

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Format

A data frame with 30 observations on the following 28 variables.

V1

inappropriate affect, appearance or behavior; binary vector

V2

interview belligerence - negativism; binary vector

V3

agitation - excitement; binary vector

V4

retardation; binary vector

V5

lack of emotions; binary vector

V6

speech disorganization; binary vector

V7

grandiosity; binary vector

V8

suspicion - ideas of persecution; binary vector

V9

hallucinations - delusions; binary vector

V10

overt anger; binary vector

V11

depression; binary vector

V12

anxiety; binary vector

V13

obsession - compulsion; binary vector

V14

suicide; binary vector

V15

self injury; binary vector

V16

somatic concerns; binary vector

V17

social isolation; binary vector

V18

daily routine impairment; binary vector

V19

leisure time impairment; binary vector

V20

antisocial impulses or acts; binary vector

V21

alcohol abuse; binary vector

V22

drug abuse; binary vector

V23

disorientation; binary vector

V24

memory impairment; binary vector

V25

rating on Global Assessment Scale, a 101-point scale for overall severity of psychiatric disturbance; a numeric vector

V26

Affective (Affective Disorder or Anxiety Disorder); binary vector

V27

Psychotic (Schizophrenic Disorder or Paranoid Disorder); binary vector

V28

Substance abuse (Substance Use Disorder or Substance-Induced Disorder); binary vector

Details

The data set forms part of the International Federation of Classification Societies Cluster Benchmark Data Repository

Source

Van Mechelen, I., & De Boeck, P. (1989). Implicit taxonomy in psychiatric diagnosis: A case study. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 8, 276-287.

References

http://ifcs.boku.ac.at/repository/data/case_study_psychiatrist/index.html


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