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Psychiatry - Faculty Publications

Psychiatry - Faculty Publications

 

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  • Saade N.E.; Amin H.A.; Chalouhi S.; Baki S.A.; Jabbur S.J.; Atweh S.F. (AMSTERDAMPO BOX 211, 1000 AE AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS, 2006)
    Controversial results have been recently reported on the role of supraspinal centers in the modulation of nociceptive behavior in animal models of mononeuropathy. Our aim was to investigate the role of the various spinal ...
  • Chahine L.M.; Chemali Z.N. (AMITYVILLE26 AUSTIN AVE, PO BOX 337, AMITYVILLE, NY 11701 USA, 2006)
    We present the case of a 21-year-old young lady with Wilson's disease, asymptomatic at first and consequently declining prophylaxis with chelating agents, who presented years after her diagnosis was made with multiple motor ...
  • Chahine L.M.; Chemali Z. (SAN DIEGO525 B ST, STE 1900, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101-4495 USA, 2006)
    Pathologic laughter and crying (PLC) is the involuntary occurrence of laughter and crying in the absence of a corresponding change in affect. PLC resulting from structural brain damage in patients with traumatic brain ...
  • Tavitian L.R.; Ladouceur C.D.; Nahas Z.; Khater B.; Brent D.A.; Maalouf F.T. (Dr. Dietrich Steinkopff Verlag GmbH and Co. KG; NEW YORK233 SPRING ST, NEW YORK, NY 10013 USA, 2014)
    The aim of the present study is to examine the effect of neutral and emotional facial expressions on voluntary attentional control using a working memory (WM) task in adolescents with major depressive disorder (MDD). We ...
  • Johnson K.A.; Baig M.; Ramsey D.; Lisanby S.H.; Avery D.; McDonald W.M.; Li X.; Bernhardt E.R.; Haynor D.R.; Holtzheimer III P.E.; Sackeim H.A.; George M.S.; Nahas Z. (, 2013)
    Background: Motor cortex localization and motor threshold determination often guide Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) placement and intensity settings for non-motor brain stimulation. However, anatomic variability ...
  • Terracciano A.; Abdel-Khalek A.M.; Adam N.; Adamovova L.; Ahn C.-K.; Ahn H.-N.; Alansari B.M.; Alcalay L.; Allik J.; Angleitner A.; Avia M.D.; Ayearst L.E.; Barbaranelli C.; Beer A.; Borg-Cunen M.A.; Bratko D.; Brunner-Sciarra M.; Budzinski L.; Camart N.; Dahourou D.; De Fruyt F.; De Lima M.P.; Del Pilar G.E.H.; Diener E.; Falzon R.; Fernando K.; Fickova E.; Fischer R.; Flores-Mendoza C.; Ghayur M.A.; Gulgoz S.; Hagberg B.; Halberstadt J.; Halim M.S.; Hrebickova M.; Humrichouse J.; Jensen H.H.; Jocic D.D.; Jonsson F.H.; Khoury B.; Klinkosz W.; Knezevic G.; Lauri H.A.; Leibovich N.; Martin T.A.; Marusic I.; Mastor K.A.; Matsumoto D.; McRorie M.; Meshcheriakov B.; Mortensen E.L.; Munyae M.; Nagy J.; Nakazato K.; Nansubuga F.; Oishi S.; Ojedokun A.O.; Ostendorf F.; Paulhus D.L.; Pelevin S.; Petot J.-M.; Podobnik N.; Porrata J.L.; Pramila V.S.; Prentice C.; Realo A.; Reategui N.; Rolland J.-P.; Rossier J.; Ruch W.; Rus V.S.; Sanchez-Bernardos M.L.; Schmidt V.; Sciculna-Calleja S.; Sekowski A.; Shakespeare-Finch J.; Shimonaka Y.; Simonetti F.; Sineshaw T.; Siuta J.; Smith P.B.; Trapnell P.D.; Trobst K.K.; Wang L.; Yik M.; Zupancic A.; McCrae R.R. (WASHINGTON1200 NEW YORK AVE, NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20005 USA, 2005)
    Most people hold beliefs about personality characteristics typical of members of their own and others' cultures. These perceptions of national character may be generalizations from personal experience, stereotypes with a ...
  • Talih F.R.; Nahas Z. (NEW YORK360 PARK AVE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2013)
    [No abstract available]
  • Khoury B.; Ammar J. (Co-Action Publishing; JARFALLARIPVAGEN 7, JARFALLA, SE-175 64, SWEDEN, 2014)
    Mental disorders affect a great number of people worldwide. Four out of the 10 leading causes of disability in the world are mental disorders. Because of the scarcity of specialists around the world and especially in ...
  • Chahine G.; Short B.; Spicer K.; Schmidt M.; Burns C.; Atoui M.; George M.S.; Sackeim H.A.; Nahas Z. (Elsevier Inc.; NEW YORK360 PARK AVE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2014)
    Introduction Use of electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is limited by cognitive disturbance. Focal electrically-administered seizure therapy (FEAST) is designed to initiate focal seizures in the prefrontal cortex. To date, no ...
  • Bertelli M.O.; Salvador-Carulla L.; Scuticchio D.; Varrucciu N.; Martinez-Leal R.; Cooper S.-A.; Simeonsson R.J.; Deb S.; Weber G.; Jung R.; Munir K.; Adnams C.; Akoury-Dirani L.; Girimaji S.C.; Katz G.; Kwok H.; Walsh C. (HOBOKEN111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA, 2014)
    [No abstract available]
  • Karameh F.N.; Awada M.; Mourad F.; Zahed K.; Abou-Faycal I.; Nahas Z. (SciTePress;, 2014)
    Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a procedure that involves the induction of seizures in the brain of patients with severe psychiatric disorders. The efficacy and therapeutic outcome of electrically-induced seizures is ...
  • Saade N.E.; Al Amin H.; Abdel Baki S.; Safieh-Garabedian B.; Atweh S.F.; Jabbur S.J. (SAN DIEGO525 B ST, STE 1900, SAN DIEGO, CA 92101-4495 USA, 2006)
    Background and aims: Nociceptive behavior in animal models for mononeuropathy has been shown to be altered by spinal tract lesions which suggest a possible supraspinal modulation. The thalamus constitutes a chief center ...
  • Dirani L.A.; Salamoun M. (, 2014)
    Children with neurodevelopmental disorders who receive early therapeutic interventions present a better developmental pathway than children who do not. Early assessment of neurodevelopmental disorders is the first step in ...
  • Talih F.R. (, 2013)
    Peduncular hallucinosis is a rare phenomenon that has been reported in case reports and case series. The exact pathophysiology is unclear, but is postulated to involve disruption and dysregulation of the visual neuronal ...
  • Maalouf F.T.; Brent D.A. (PHILADELPHIA1600 JOHN F KENNEDY BOULEVARD, STE 1800, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19103-2899 USA, 2012)
    In this review, the authors provide a summary of the currently available research evidence on interventions in pediatric depression. The use of SSRIs as an effective intervention in the treatment of depression in childhood ...
  • Schmitt D.P.; Alcalay L.; Allik J.; Angleitner A.; Ault L.; Austers I.; Bennett K.L.; Bianchi G.; Boholst F.; Borg Cunen M.A.; Braeckman J.; Brainerd Jr. E.G.; Caral L.G.A.; Caron G.; Martina Casullo M.; Cunningham M.; Daibo I.; De Backer C.; De Souza E.; Diaz-Loving R.; Diniz G.; Durkin K.; Echegaray M.; Eremsoy E.; Euler H.A.; Falzon R.; Fisher M.L.; Foley D.; Fry D.P.; Fry S.; Arif Ghayur M.; Golden D.L.; Grammer K.; Grimaldi L.; Halberstadt J.; Haque S.; Herrera D.; Hertel J.; Hoffmann H.; Hooper D.; Hradilekova Z.; Hudek-Kene-evi J.; Jaafar J.; Jankauskaite M.; Kabangu-Stahel H.; Kardum I.; Khoury B.; Kwon H.; Laidra K.; Laireiter A.-R.; Lakerveld D.; Lampert A.; Lauri M.; Lavallee M.; Lee S.-J.; Chung Leung L.; Locke K.D.; Locke V.; Luksik I.; Magaisa I.; Marcinkeviciene D.; Mata A.; Mata R.; McCarthy B.; Mills M.E.; Mkhize N.J.; Moreira J.; Moreira S.; Moya M.; Munyae M.; Noller P.; Opre A.; Panayiotou A.; Petrovic N.; Poels K.; Popper M.; Poulimenou M.; P'yatokha V.; Raymond M.; Reips U.-D.; Reneau S.E.; Rivera-Aragon S.; Rowatt W.C.; Ruch W.; Rus V.S.; Safir M.P.; Salas S.; Sambataro F.; Sandnabba K.N.; Schulmeyer M.K.; Schutz A.; Scrimali T.; Shackelford T.K.; Shaver P.R.; Sichona F.; Simonetti F.; Sineshaw T.; Speelman T.; Spyrou S.; Canan Sumer H.; Sumer N.; Supekova M.; Szlendak T.; Taylor R.; Timmermans B.; Tooke W.; Tsaousis I.; Tungaraza F.S.K.; Vandermassen G.; Vanhoomissen T.; Van Overwalle F.; Vanwesenbeeck I.; Vasey P.L.; Verissimo J.; Voracek M.; Wan W.W.N.; Wang T.-W.; Weiss P.; Wijaya A.; Woertman L.; Youn G.; Zupaneie A. (, 2004)
    As part of the International Sexuality Description Project, 16,954 participants from 53 nations were administered an anonymous survey about experiences with romantic attraction. Mate poaching - romantically attracting ...
  • Fayad Y.I.; Kazarian S.S. (DORDRECHTVAN GODEWIJCKSTRAAT 30, 3311 GZ DORDRECHT, NETHERLANDS, 2013)
    Subjective vitality is an indicator of eudaimonic well-being that refers to the feeling of being alive and full of energy. According to Self-Determination Theory (SDT), awareness of what is truly occurring in the present ...
  • Borckardt J.J.; Nahas Z.H.; Teal J.; Lisanby S.H.; McDonald W.M.; Avery D.; Durkalski V.; Pavlicova M.; Long J.M.; Sackeim H.A.; George M.S. (NEW YORK360 PARK AVE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2013)
    Background: Daily left prefrontal repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) over several weeks is an FDA approved treatment for major depression. Although rTMS is generally safe when administered using the FDA ...
  • Chalouhi N.; Campbell P.; Makke Y.; Yadla S.; Dumont A.S.; Gonzalez L.F.; Tjoumakaris S.; Albani B.; Rosenwasser R.H.; Jabbour P. (NEW YORK333 SEVENTH AVE, NEW YORK, NY 10001 USA, 2012)
    Background and Object Complex intracranial aneurysms present a treatment challenge for both open and endovascular modalities of treatment. This report seeks to illustrate a series of patients with aneurysms treated with ...
  • Nahas Z.; Short B.; Burns C.; Archer M.; Schmidt M.; Prudic J.; Nobler M.S.; Devanand D.P.; Fitzsimons L.; Lisanby S.H.; Payne N.; Perera T.; George M.S.; Sackeim H.A. (NEW YORK360 PARK AVE SOUTH, NEW YORK, NY 10010-1710 USA, 2013)
    Background: Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) remains the most effective acute treatment for severe major depression, but with significant risk of adverse cognitive effects. Unidirectional electrical stimulation with a novel ...

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