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Egyptian Journal of Psychiatry

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2018| January-April  | Volume 39 | Issue 1  

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Dissociative phenomenon among sexually abused egyptian female participants with substance dependence p. 1
Samir Abolmagd, Ashraf Adel, Hisham Salah, Sherif M Gohar, Tary Victor, Walaa Fakher
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Bipolar disorder among patients with obsessive–compulsive disorder at Zagazig University Hospitals p. 5
Wail Abouhendy, Usama M Youssef, Ghada M Salah El-Deen
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Suicide risk and personality traits among Egyptian patients with substance use disorders p. 15
Mostafa Shahin, Ashraf A Fouad, Alia A Saleh, Aliaa Magdy
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Can smoking affect cognition in bipolar patients? p. 23
Heba Aly, Hoda Salama, Soha Ibrahim, Hesham Shestawy
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Cognitive dysfunction in depressive and mixed episodes of bipolar disorder and major depressive disorder: is there a difference? egyptian experience p. 28
Mohammad Khamis Abdel Aal, Tarek Kamal Molokhia, Osama Aboelmagd El Kholy, Hesham A Sheshtawy
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Impact of psychoeducation program on quality of life of schizophrenic patients and their caregivers p. 35
Eman S Soliman, Rehab S Mahdy, Heba A Fouad
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Tumor necrosis factor receptor in Egyptian patients with bipolar disorder during mania: a case–controlled study p. 42
Aref A Khoweiled, Osama R Ibrahim, Nagwan M Madbouly, Walaa A Rabie, Noha A Mahfouz
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Psychiatric morbidity among medical students: An Egyptian study p. 48
Samir Abolmagd, Ashraf Adel, Dina El Tabei, Hisham Salah, Maha Emadeldin, Mohamed A Khalil
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Erratum: Correlates of brain derived neurotrophic factor in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: A case-control study p. 52
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