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  • Assessing Proprioception 

    Hizli Sayar, Gokben; Unubol, Huseyin (2017)
    Proprioception is the sense of the relative position of parts of the body and strength of effort being employed in movement. Proprioception is essential for well-adapted sensorimotor control. Although proprioceptive deficits ...
  • Alteration of Neurobehavioural Activities by Carbamazepine, Phenytoin and Their Combination in Wistar Rats: A Mini Review 

    Aliyu, Hadiza; Ayo, Joseph Olusegun; Ambali, Suleiman Folorunsho; Suleiman, Muhammed Musa; Kobo, Patricia Ishaku; Tauheed, Abdullahi Muhammed; Sinkalu, Victor Olusegun (2017)
    Antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) have been used for decades in the treatment of seizures in both humans and animals. There are different varieties of AEDs to choose from, the choice of an AED is determined by the seizure type, ...
  • Pedophilia and Other Monosymptomatic Psychopathologies 

    Tarhan, Nevzat; Antikacioglu, Levon (2017)
    In the present paper, we discussed the insufficiencies of two-dimensional (2D) confrontations and proposed the utility of threedimensional (3D) and even four-dimensional (4D) confrontations, in researches specially of ...
  • How the Development of Tone and Posture Occured in New Borns 

    Afza, Farjad; Manzoor, Sidra; Afzal, Asma (2017)
    Our total body postural behavior results from an integration of all our body reflexes, and this integration occurred in central nervous system. New born baby do not have this integration and his/her all movements are ...
  • Does Recollection Occur Unintentionally? An ERP Study. 

    Rahmi, Saylik (2017)
    This study is aimed to investigate whether memories can be recollected unintentionally. To investigate this, electroencephalographic activity (EEG) was recorded from 64 electrodes. Participants performed recognition tasks ...
  • Relation of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptoms and Increased Accidents in Airport Workers 

    Capan Ozveren, Ozlem; Unubol, Huseyin; Hizli Sayar, Gokben (2017)
    Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a chronic and debilitating disorder characterized by inattentiveness and impulsiveness, the most commonly encountered symptoms of hyperactivity. Adults with ADHD can suffer ...
  • Publish or Perish 

    Hizli Sayar, Gokben (201)
  • Psychiatric Disease and Stigmatization 

    Avcil, Cumhur; Bulut, Hüseyin; Hizli Sayar, Gokben (2016)
    Ruhsal hastalıklar üzerindeki damgalamanın psikiyatrik hastalar ve ailelerinin yaşamları üzerinde önemli etkileri vardır. Ruhsal hastalık damgası genellikle psikiyatrik hastalıkların tedavisinde önemli bir engel teşkil ...
  • Psoriasis and depression: a commentary on ‘‘In psoriasis, levels of hope and quality of life are linked’’ 

    Unsalver, Baris Onen; Evrensel, Alper; Ceylan, Mehmet Emin (2016)
    Dear Editor, In a previous issue of the Archives of Dermatological Research, we were very interested in the article by Hawro et al. entitled ‘‘In psoriasis, levels of hope and quality of life are linked’’ in which the ...
  • Can we consider SLC2A1 polymorphisms as a genomic diagnostic marker for cognitive problems? 

    Arslan, Kadir Sinan; Ulucan, Korkut (2016)
    Glucose is the most important carbon source and energy supplier molecule for almost every cell in our body. It is very important not only for muscle cells, but also for neurons, especially the neurons of central nervous ...
  • Functional MRI in feigned visual loss 

    Antonio-Santos, Aileen A.; Eggenberger, Eric R.; Zhu, David C. (2016)
    This single-subject study studied the ability of functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to discern normal visual condition compared to feigned visual loss and induced-refractive blur condition. Under the normal ...
  • Sertraline induced tremor 

    Uvais, N.A.; Sreeraj, V.S. (2016)
    Specific serotonin reuptake inhibitors have been associated with extrapyramidal dysfunction manifesting as parkinsonism, dystonia, tremor, and akathisia. Here, we describe a old female patient with a diagnosis of moderate ...
  • Somatic Diseases in Psychiatry: A Philosophical Overview 

    Evrensel, Alper; Ceylan, Mehmet Emin (2016)
    Psychiatric disorders are often reflected in physical symptoms. However, nearly all physical illnesses are accompanied by mental symptoms. Also, it is generally argued that mental function disorders and stress underlie the ...
  • Future of Psychiatry: Mobile Health and Social Sensing 

    Hizli Sayar, Gokben; Tarhan, Nevzat (2016)
    Mobile technologies are transforming our lives. Utilizing the mobile technologies in health care has developed into a new interdisciplinary field called mobile health (mHealth). Data about an individual's moods, cognitions, ...
  • A speculation on the mechanisms of ECT, TMS, TDCS and similar techniques 

    Antikacioglu, Levon; Tarhan, Nevzat (2016)
    In this paper, we tried to explain, what can eventually be the underlying mechanisms of ECT, TMS, tDCS and similar techniques. And tried to explain how, by making some slight changes in the use of the EMW (electromagnetically ...
  • Nonpharmacological Treatment Approach to Pain 

    Ozcan, Selin; Hizli Sayar, Gokben; Tarhan, Nevzat (2016)
    Chronic pain has various forms such as inflammatory pain, visceral pain, headache, disk-related pain, neuropathic pain, cancer pain. Although the biological basis of chronic pain is related to vulnerability, it continues ...
  • Comparison of Wavelet Families for Mental Task Classification 

    Uyulan, Caglar; Erguzel, Turker Tekin (2016)
    Wavelet theory is a widely used feature extraction method for raw electroencephalogram (EEG) signal processing. The nature of the EEG signal is non-stationary, therefore applying wavelet transform on EEG signals is a ...
  • Immune-Behavioral Changes After Pregestational Psychological Stress 

    Haloui, Meriem; Bououza, Fatiha; Tahraoui, Abdelkrim (2016)
    Gestational stress has been extensively studied in order to clarify its effects on behavioral and neurodevelopmental in both mother and offspring. Our study was deflected to investigate the pregestational psychological ...
  • Patient-derived Stem Cells as New Frontiers for Disease Modelling with Focus on Neurodegenerative Diseases 

    Sidhu, Kuldip S. (2016)
    Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disorder and represents the most common form of dementia, affecting over 46.9 million people worldwide. AD is characterized by the progressive loss of specific neurons in the ...
  • What Does The Brain Mapping Tell The Psychiatrist in Daily Practise? 

    Arikan, Kemal; Artukoglu, Bekir B. (2016)
    Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disorder and represents the most common form of dementia, affecting over 46.9 million people worldwide. AD is characterized by the progressive loss of specific neurons in ...