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Wert und Nutzen der Schlafdeprivation

  • R. H. van den Hoofdakker
  • D. G. M. Beersma

Zusammenfassung

Seit der Mitteilung von Schulte (1966), daß einige depressive Patienten sich besser nach einer Nacht fühlten, wenn sie nicht geschlafen hatten, sind verschiedene Untersuchungen durchgeführt worden, um die klinische Bedeutung der Schlafdeprivation (SD) festzustellen und näher zu spezifizieren. An erster Stelle wurde die Frage untersucht, ob der Schlafentzug in der Tat antidepressive Wirkungen zeigt. An zweiter Stelle wurde versucht, mittels Modifikationen dieses Vorgehens die wirksamen Komponenten dieser Behandlung zu identifizieren. Zum Schluß wurde versucht, das Indikationsgebiet abzugrenzen oder anders gesagt, Charakteristika zu finden, aufgrund derer man die Effekte vorhersagen kann.

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  • R. H. van den Hoofdakker
  • D. G. M. Beersma

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