Flaws in Assessing Post-shock Damage, Solutions and the Importance of Informed Consent 

Memory and cognitive effects of ECT: informing and assessing patients is an excellent PDF from Peter Breggin’s website. It discusses the flaws in methods used to measure cognitive and memory deficits in post shock patients and offers suggestions on how to improve testing.

Access the PDF here or directly from Peter Breggin’s ECT Resource Center under Robertson & Pryor 2006

References

Breggin, P. R. (2014). ECT Resources Center by Peter R. Breggin M.D. Retrieved from http://www.ectresources.org/
Robertson & Pryor 2006


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