NIMH


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AcronymDefinition
NIMHNational Institute of Mental Health (US National Institutes of Health; Rockville, MD)
NiMhNickel Metal Hydride (battery technology)
NIMHNational Institute of Medical Herbalists
NIMHNational Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology
NIMHNot in My House
NIMHGreat Britain Northern Ireland Machine (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
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The NIMH does not have a scientific clue about why most of its efficacious randomized, controlled trial prevention and treatment interventions are not being used.
Lebowitz, the refocusing of efforts recommended by the NIMH work group should include more support for research on the psychological effects of Alzheimer's.
Faced with time constraints and a need to streamline and automate its processes quickly, Harris identified the key features and capabilities NIMH required.
Success in Washington comes from constantly enlarging one's institutional boundaries, and nobody has done this more successfully than NIMH.
THE NEW CELLS COMPLEMENT DURACELL'S EXISTING RECHARGEABLE LINE OF PRODUCTS, INCLUDING THE COMPANY'S 30-MINUTE CHARGER, WHICH CHARGES MOST BATTERY BRANDS' AA AND AAA NIMH CELLS IN 30 MINUTES, AND A LINE OF LITHIUM-ION AND NIMH BATTERY PACKS FOR DIGITAL CAMERAS AND CAMCORDERS.
For instance, Terman speculates, among 12 of the 55 SAD volunteers in the NIMH study who experienced euphoria, excess energy, and other manic symptoms in the summer, shorter periods of melatonin secretion may largely reflect early awakening in that season.
NIMH is attempting to fill the current gaps in treatment knowledge with carefully designed studies involving children and adolescents with bipolar disorder.
In fact, a 1988 report by NIMH revealed that only 9 percent of those being treated by the nation's CMHCs suffered from schizophrenia or "other psychotic disorders," while 20 percent were found to be suffering from "social maladjustment" or "no mental disorder.
To help address this issue, NIMH awarded a two-year grant to David PA[c]rez-JimA[c]nez, Ph.
The NIMH group recruited 42 boys and 12 girls, whose ages ranged from 6 to 12, who had developed OCD or tic disorders, or had experienced a dramatic worsening of those conditions, during the few weeks or months after a strep infection.
A recent NIMH study showed that in the case of severe premenstrual syndrome (PMS), women with a preexisting vulnerability to PMS experienced relief from mood and physical symptoms when their sex hormones were suppressed.
Last month, editors of 30 leading child development and mental health journals, convening under the auspices of NIMH, issued a statement calling for increased publication of alternative forms of research.