Thirty patients with cerebellar ataxia and 40 healthy volunteers underwent 7 days of mood monitoring using a new device requiring a low motor load. Its convergent validity and compliance were tested. The measurements resulted consistent with validated scale scores. Patients’ motor impairment did not affect the compliance.

Monitoring mood states in everyday life: A new device for patients with cerebellar ataxia / CLAUSI, SILVIA; ALOISE, FABIO; Maria P., Contento; PIZZAMIGLIO, Luigi Remo; Marco, Molinari; LEGGIO, Maria. - In: PSYCHIATRY RESEARCH. - ISSN 0165-1781. - STAMPA. - 220(2014), pp. 719-721. [10.1016/j.psychres.2014.07.051]

Monitoring mood states in everyday life: A new device for patients with cerebellar ataxia.

CLAUSI, SILVIA;ALOISE, FABIO;PIZZAMIGLIO, Luigi Remo;LEGGIO, Maria
2014

Abstract

Thirty patients with cerebellar ataxia and 40 healthy volunteers underwent 7 days of mood monitoring using a new device requiring a low motor load. Its convergent validity and compliance were tested. The measurements resulted consistent with validated scale scores. Patients’ motor impairment did not affect the compliance.
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