Problem Behaviours Assessment - Short Form (PBA-S) - hallucinations worst score

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Problem Behaviours Assessment - Short Form (PBA-S) - hallucinations worst score
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NINDS
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The worst score for hallucinations as part of the Problem Behaviours Assessment - Short Form (PBA-S).
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Qualified

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Value Code Name Code Code System Code Description
0 Symptom absent Symptom absent
1 Questionable or trivial Questionable or trivial
2 Subject reports experiencing hallucinations (when asked) but these do not appear to cause any distress or affect subject's behaviour Subject reports experiencing hallucinations (when asked) but these do not appear to cause any distress or affect subject's behaviour
3 Hallucinations which affect subject's behaviour (e.g. looking for source of hidden voices or putting cotton wool in ears) but do not appear to cause much distress Hallucinations which affect subject's behaviour (e.g. looking for source of hidden voices or putting cotton wool in ears) but do not appear to cause much distress
4 Subject is clearly distressed by hallucinations and preoccupied with them Subject is clearly distressed by hallucinations and preoccupied with them
8 Unable to assess because condition too advanced (e.g. mute and immobile) Unable to assess because condition too advanced (e.g. mute and immobile)

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Problem Behaviours Assessment - Short Form (PBA-S) - hallucinations worst score
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Hallucinations Worst
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The worst score for hallucinations as part of the Problem Behaviours Assessment - Short Form (PBA-S).
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COPYRIGHT University of Ulm, Faculty of Medicine, EHDN Behavioural Phenotype Working Group (Version 1.4, February 2007). For enquiries, contact permissions@euro-hd.net A paper describing the reliability of the PBA-s (in English, Dutch and French) based on data from the TRACK-HD study is in preparation and will be submitted shortly. Craufurd D, Thompson J, Snowden JS. Behavioural changes in Huntington's disease: the Problem Behaviours Assessment. Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology and Behavioural Neurology 2001; 14 (4): 219-226.

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3.1
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C17219
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PBASHallucWrstScore
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