IJP: Israel Journal of Psychiatry: Vol' 54 Issue 2

Vol. 54, Issue 2, 2017, Israel Journal of psychiatry

לצפייה במגזין לחץ/י על התמונה:

Hope: The Lost Frontier of Psychiatry?

Karl Jaspers: The Icon of Modern Psychiatry
Michael A. Schwartz, MD, Marcin Moskalewicz, PhD and Osborne P. Wiggins, PhD

Can Living in the Shadow of Terror Leave no Marks? Long-Term Effects of Traumatic Environments of Varying Intensity
Yarden Mendelson, MA, Eytan Bachar, PhD, Aaron Cherniak, MA,
and Rena Cooper-Kazaz, MD

Are “Sense of Coherence” and “Hope” Related Constructs?Examining These Concepts in Three Cultural Groups in Israel
Orna Braun-Lewensohn, PhD, Sarah Abu-Kaf, PhD, and Tehila Kalagy, PhD

A Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Relationship among Adolescents’ Perceived Social Support, Psychological State and Future Expectations among Turkish Students
Berkhan Topaktaş, MD, Cihad Dündar, MD, and Yıldız Pekşen, MD

Depression and Somatic Symptoms Among Two Ethnic Groups in Israel: Testing Three Theoretical Models
Sarah Abu-Kaf, PhD, and Golan Shahar, PhD

Primary Addictive Substances Used among Patients Treated in a Hospital-Based Addiction Medicine Service
Daniel Feingold, PhD, and Shaul Lev-Ran, MD

The Vividness of Movement Imagery Questionnaire (VMIQ-2) – Translation and Reliability of a Hebrew Version
Gal Ziv, PhD, Ronnie Lidor, PhD, Michal Arnon, PhD, and Aviva Zeev, MSc

Is Bacterial Meningitis a Risk Factor for Developing Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Eldira Hadzic, PhD, Osman Sinanovic, PhD and Haris Memisevic, PhD

Add-on Gabapentin Alleviates Paliperidone-induced Head Tremors and Boosts Antipsychotic Response in Early-Onset Schizophrenia
Letter to the Editor

Chapters in the History of Psychiatry
Book Review

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