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  • PSYCHO-INFORMATICSAPPROACH IN PSYCHIATRIC CLASSIFICATIONS Debdulal Dutta Roy, Ph.D. Psychology Research Unit INDIAN STATISTICAL INSTITUTE, KOLKATA National Workshop on “ Psycho-informatics : Model for Measuring Randomized Psychological and Educational Data” 11-12th March, 2013 th Web:
  • China, Japan and Latin American countries haveown Psychiatric diagnostic classification systems.Does India need own ?Do the Indian Psychiatrists find difficulty to makedistinct classifications ?What complaints are used by Indian Psychiatristsfor classifications of psychiatric disorders ?BACKGROUND
  • Previous psychiatric case historyrecords of the department ofpsychiatry of one post graduatehospital. Here data are random,non-hypothesized and leaststructured.DATA WAREHOUSE
  • Individual case wise allcomplaints and diagnosticclassifications are retrieved.There were 20 complaints and18 classificationsDATA RETRIEVING
  • All the complaints were codedwith 1,0 and Burt table wasconstructed.Burt table data were used inCorrespondence analysis.DATA MINING
  • Correspondence analysis providescorrespondence mapCorrespondence map revealsextent of similarities anddissimilarities among the complaints,diagnostic classifications andbetween the two.PATTERN RECOGNITION :
  • C o r r e s p o n d e n c e m a p o f p s y c h i a t r i c c la s s i f i c a t i o n a n d c o m p la i n t s In p u t T a b le ( R o w s x C o lu m n s ) : 5 4 x 5 4 ( B u r t T a b le )Dimension 2; Eigenvalue: .11454 (11.45% of Inertia) 1 .5 P S Y D E P C L :1 E M W D L C M P :1 B L U A F C M EP U: 1D E P C L : 1 N 1 .0 D E P M D C G UP I:L1 T C M P : 1 M A N X C TM E PN : S C M P : 0 0 0 .5 C O N D O C M P :1 S CH HA I Z C UL S S:M1U PS : P I C M P : 1 LL C 1 U N T H C C EM XPC : I1T C M P : 1 AOMN A DC AC SMS:I 0N 0 D0 L : P X L C SOP CDNT DEO C L LPS: S 0 T: S OHPMYC TANMRGVCBCRLCNACLSHS:CLSOC:0:0SC0SM C 0SM : O0P M: 0 A T C O M : 1 H O H C L :0 : H O S T C M P :1 P E S MY W CED OPL N D :OP C:E0MXS UPCN:AT0TLI HMSC PUC SSM :P0P I :C00 M P : 0 D C L CM 0 C I H C Z C LC : M P : H LU 0 0 .0 S O M A T C O M :0 G U IL T C M P : 0 N E PU DD DE CP L CS L: :1 0 S O M A T C L S :1 D E P M D C B LP U : 0 F C M P : 0 M A - 0 .5 G R A N D C M P :1 A N XC M P :1 M A N IC C L S : 1 S T R E C L S :1 T E N S C M H PY : 1 H O C L S : 1 C C O N V C L S :1 - 1 .0 M A N C M P :1 P H A O N BX CC LL SS :S: 11: 1 O C DCL - 1 .5 - 2 .0 -2 .0 - 1 .5 -1 .0 -0 .5 0 .0 0 .5 1 .0 1 .5 D i m e n s i o n 1 ; E i g e n v a lu e : . 2 2 7 7 2 ( 2 2 . 7 7 % o f In e r t i a ) CORRESPONDENCE MAP
  • Psychiatrists find difficulty to classify some symptoms distinctly.This suggests need for creating Indian system of psychiatric classifications.Psychiatric classifications should cover symptom dynamics and the etiology.DISCOVERY OF KNOWLEDGE
  • Dr. Uday Sankar Mandal of IPGMR. I was co-guide of his MD dissertation titled “Mapping of Psychiatric Symptoms Across Different Demographic Groups: An Epidemiological problem” in 2008-2011.Acknowledgment
  • Thank you