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Research Article
Published On: May 21, 2020

The Combined Use of Carbamazepine and Lithium in the Treatment of Outpatients with Rapid Cycle Bipolar Disorder without Psychiatric Comorbidity: Randomized, Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Study

Aliyev NA* and Aliyev ZN
Objective: Rapid cycle bipolar disorder may be more resistant to treatment than other bipolar types. However, the effect of the combined use of carbamazepine and lithium in the treatment of outpatients with rapid cycle bipolar disorder without psychiatric comorbidity has not been studied in a double-blind placebo-controlled design....

Letter to Editor
Published On: August 27, 2020

Interaction of Compassion-Focused Therapy, with tDCS on Negative Cognitive Bias of Depressed Patients

Asadinoghabi LN* and Gharibzadeh S
The current cognitive model uses an information-processing approach to describe depression. A negative cycle of negative thoughts and maladaptive behaviors forms the core of this model, which continues to focus too much on the causes and consequences of depressive symptoms (such as what happens in mental retardation). Recent studies have examined three items as possible underpinnings...

Letter to Editor
Published On: August 27, 2020

Unsolved Philosophical Questions: A Cause of Depression in Young People

Balali R* and Gharibzadeh S
Having a general philosophical or religious view helps a young person to have a general view on life. Based on this attitude, people establish a certain lifestyle for themselves and create the main goals in their lives (Bruner, J). It seems that for some people, lack of such views, attitudes, and goals may lead to mild or moderate depression. There is a close relationship between young people's religious orientation...

Original Article
Published On: September 14, 2020

Epilepsy and Depression, Comorbidity Problems of Treatment Tactics

Aliyev N* and Aliyev Z
Objective: Despite the availability of literary data on the treatment of comorbidity of epilepsy and depression, their therapy has not been fully resolved. However, epilepsy and depression are often combined. Materials and Methods: The aim of the study was development therapy in the comorbidity of epilepsy and depression in adults. The study included 100 patients with epilepsy. The severity of depression was studied by using the Hamilton scale, ICD-10 and DSM-5 criterions...