Clinical Neuroscience

Die Bedeutung der Kinderneuropsychiatrie für die Kindererziehung

GERHARD Göllnitz1

FEBRUARY 01, 1967

Clinical Neuroscience - 1967;20(02)

Nach einem Überblick über die neuropsychiatrischen Probleme von Kindern mit verschiedenen genetischen Ursprüngen und Bildungsdefiziten hebt der Autor die besondere Bedeutung der Früherkennung hervor. Neben der Prophylaxe sind die frühzeitige Erkennung von Entwicklungsstörungen und eine frühzeitige Therapie die einzige Möglichkeit, eine wirksame medizinische Intervention zu gewährleisten. Der Autor stellt ein in Rostock entwickeltes Verfahren zur Früherkennung vor. Diese Regelung sollte auf Kinder im Alter von 6, 15 Monaten und 3 Jahren angewendet werden.


  1. Universitäts-Nervenklinik Rostock, Abteilung für Kinderneuropsychiatrie



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