Robert B Edgerton


Work Titles and Affiliation
UCLA Professor, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences Professor in Residence, Semel Institute for Neuroscience and Human Behavior

Contact Information:

Email Address:

redgerton@mednet.ucla.edu


Work Phone Number:

50419

Work Address:

Office
NPI
Los Angeles, CA 90095

MeSH Terms:

What is MeSH?

Medical Subject Headings

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MeSH is:

  • an acronym for Medical Subject Headings.
  • the U.S. National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary (thesaurus).
  • a vocabulary that gives uniformity and consistency to the indexing and cataloging of biomedical literature.
  • a distinctive feature of MEDLINE.
  • arranged in a hierarchical manner called the MeSH Tree Structures.
  • updated annually.

MeSH Vocabulary includes four types of terms:

  • Headings
  • Subheadings
  • Supplementary Concept Records
  • Publication Characteristics (or Types)

Over 26,000 MeSH headings (also called "main headings" or "descriptors" represents concepts found in the biomedical literature

Subheadings - (also called qualifiers) are attached to MeSH headings to describe a specific aspect of a concept.

Supplementary Concept Records are over 200,000 terms in a separate thesaurus from the Medical Subject Headings. These are primarily substance terms, but also include some protocols and rare desease terms. These terms are updated weekly.

Publication Characteristics or (Publication Types) describe the type of publication being indexed; i.e., what the item is, not what the article is about.

Information from U.S. National Library of Medicine.

African Americans Child Psychology Culture Fragile X Mental Retardation Protein Health Behavior Hispanic Americans Household Articles Household Products Interpersonal Relations Mental Retardation, X-Linked Mexican Americans Occupations Psychometrics Quality of Life Social Adjustment Social Class

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