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Projekt entlang der materialen Gegebenheiten, fokus- siert stets auf funktionierende Resultate und orientiert sich dabei an Zielen, die sich abhängig vom Projektverlauf jeweils verändern (Knorr- Cetina 1984: 65).1 Dieses Vorgehen entspricht der »intelligenten Praxis« 1 Ein ähnliches Vorgehen können Greenhalgh et al. für den Gebrauch standardi- sierter Testergebnisse im klinischen Gebrauch beobachten: »When the scores and the clinical picture of the patient agreed, the scores were used to back up clinical opinion. However, when the scores and the clinical picture of the

their lives? And, of course, there is the question as to whether ‘we’ should withdraw nutrition and let ‘them’ die? Please keep in 313 THE SYNDROME WE CARE FOR mind that we are talking of severely disabled people with a heteroge- neous clinical picture. Even experts do not know how to categorize them ‘properly’. The same experts frequently feel the need to avoid generalized predictions about outcomes or treatment. So there are no clear-cut answers to any of these questions. Rather, there are issues to do with quality, with the level of cumbersome care, and case man

subject by determining her being in space through the monitoring of light, controlling what can be seen or not seen. As much as visual technologies were able to discipline bodies in “panoptic” architecture, surveillance medicine employed photography and portraiture in its efforts to “provide for” a population’s health. The distancing from the PORTRAITURE | 105 body of the individual patient allowed for a new clinical picture. The increased focus on the space between bodies made it possible, on the one hand, to visually document health risks on a broader

, complete lethargy, stupor-like or agitated behaviour. In these cases, depressive phenomena also frequently characterized the clinical picture. Niederland expressly points out that the above enumeration is not to be considered as a complete classification of the psychiatric consequences of Nazi persecution, but that it represents an overview of some clinical or psychodynamically significant aspects. Moreover, mental symptoms that were the result of organic injuries to the brain or concussion, caused by blows on the head or other forms of ill-treatment, have not been

Adults.” In: Journal of Aging Studies 18/2, pp.143- 155. Dullemen, Inez van (1976): Vroeger is dood, Amsterdam: Em. Querido’s Uitgeverij B.V. Featherstone, Mike/Wernick, Andrew (2005 [1995]): Images of Aging: Cultural Representations of Later Life, New York: Routledge. Gerritsen, Debby L./Kuin, Yolande/Nijboer, Jessika (2014): “Dementia in the Movies: The Clinical Picture.” In: Aging & Mental Health 18/3, pp. 276-280. Gibson, Faith (2011): Reminiscence and Life Story Work: A Practice Guide, London: Jessica Kingsley Publishers. Halbwachs, Maurice (1992 [1925

/Nijboer, Jessika (2014): “Dementia in the Movies: The Clinical Picture.” In: Ageing and Mental Health 18/3, pp. 586-587. George, Daniel R. (2010): “Overcoming the Social Death of Dementia through Language.” In: Lancet 376//9741, pp. 586-587. Gravagne, Pamela H. (2013): The Becoming of Age: Cinematic Visions of Mind, Body and Identity in Later Life. Jefferson: McFarland and Com- pany. Greenberg, Harvey R. (2003): “Multimedia Reviews: La-la Land Meets DSM-IV: The Pleasures and Pitfalls of Celluloid Diagnosis.” In: Psy- chiatric Services 54, pp. 807-808. Helsby, Wendy (ed

visual. The chart stands in for the array of symptoms, behaviors, con- versations, delusions, etcetera that would have made up a written account of M.B.’s case. Arnaud’s linear rendering of M.B.’s medical history is an operation of both synthesis and abstraction. From verbal description to linear transcription, M.B.’s clinical picture is portrayed as a succession of points and sharp lines. For Arnaud’s like-minded colleagues in the early 20th century, the benefits of moving from words to lines were clear. Étienne-Jules Marey, the French physiolo- gist, wrote

individuals present in the surgery as people who believe they are living in the wrong body. Schorsch observed that transsexuals with great persistence 23 | Sigusch, Meyenburg and Reiche (1979) organised their clinical picture of transsexual individuals according to twelve cardinal symptoms. Negotiating the Borders of the Gender Regime 76 strive to get rid of the body with its hated attributes (Schorsch 1974: 195). In their fourth cardinal symptom, Sigusch, Meyenburg and Reiche specified that transsexual individuals react to their gender-specific features, in particular

Grundlagen und aktuelle Diskurse, Bielefeld: transcript. Frewer, Andreas/Holzhauser, Luise/Kerwagen, Simon/Schmidhuber Marti- na (2017): »Ethik der Demenzbehandlung – Sprache und Medical Hu- manities«, in: Gräßel/Pendergrass (2017), 149–166. Gerritsen, Debby L./Kuin, Yolande/Nijboer, Jessika (2014): »Dementia in the movies: the clinical picture«, in: Aging & Mental Health 18, 3 (2014), 276–280. Gosselink, Carol A. (2005): »›Continuities‹ in The Notebook«, in: PsycCRITI-QUES 50, 27 (2005). (no pagination specified). Gräf, Irene (2007): »Ach Luise«, Film, Köln