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TABLE C

Patient performance on the NMBPRS scoring (based on the HI example of Table E)

The patient scored 6 on the first 18 items averaging 0.3 reflecting mild distress throughout. Particular loading occurred on anxiety items.

The single item frustration score is 2.

The score is 2 on the three COP items (concentration, orientation, perplexity) for higher cerebral function.

The total score on the MBPRS is 10; this is a composite of the above 22 items.

The raters validity score is 0 (0 is the highest level of validity) and subjectively 1 (concentration)

The Overall Clinical Impression Score is 1 (this item is the raters overall impression of psychopathology)

 

 


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