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Published : 25th September 2020
Author : Sam VAKNIN*
Citation : VAKNIN S. (2020). Eating Disorders and Personality Disorders. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. (5)1:26
Published : 12th November 2019
Authors : Pollie Bith-Melander*, Sharon May, Lemny Perez, Timothy Nguyen, Amber Huynh
Citation : Bith-Melander P. (2019). Trauma Affecting School-Aged Children in the San Francisco Bay Area. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. (4)1: 25.
Published : 06th August 2019
Authors : Sergey Fadyushin1, Annette Kayak2, Elena Vereshchagina3
Citation : Fadyushin S, Kayak A and Vereshchagina E. (2019). The Meaning of Statements in Thought Disorders. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health (4)1: 24.
Published : 04th July 2019
Authors : Aseem Mehra1, Sandeep Grover2, Manoj Kumar3
Citation : Mehra A. (2019). An unusual case of Autoscopic Hallucination: A case report and review of literature. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health (4)1: 22.
Published : 04th July 2019
Authors : Komal Sabir Dayani, Sarmad Muhammad Soomar*, Khadija Shafiq Dossa
Citation : Soomar SM. (2019). Conversion Disorders in Mental Health Care - A Basic Review of Literature. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health 4 (1): 23.
Published : 09th May 2019
Author : Ahmed Al-Imam1,2,3
Citation : Al-Imam A. (2016). Comorbid Depression in Association with Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Panic Disorder, in a Young Patient with Facet Joints Spondylosis of the Lumbar Spine. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. 1(1): 002.
Published : 30th April 2019
Authors : Z Naixin1,3, L Chuanxin2, A Lin1,3, C Zhixuan1,3, R Decheng1,3, Y Fan1,3, Y Ruixue1,3, J Lei 1,3, B Yan1,3, G Zhenming1,3, M Gaini1,3, X Fei1,3, Y Fengping1,3, Z Liping5, R Gabriel6, X Yifeng3, H Lin1,3, B Bo4 *, H Guang1,3*, Y Tao1,2,3*
Citation : He G (2019). Prediction of Adolescent Subjective Well-Being: A Machine Learning Approach. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health 4(1): 21.
Published : 19th October 2018
Authors : Hiroshi Bando1 , Tomohiro Yokoyama
Citation : Bando H and Yokoyama T. (2018). Various Strokes for Development of Ego in the Transactional Analysis. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. 3(1): 020.
Published : 09th October 2018
Authors : Sergey Fadyushin1, Annette Kayak2 Elena Vereshchagina3
Citation : Fadyushin S, Kayak A and Vereshchagina E. (2018). Sense as A Socio-psychological Phenomenon. Mathews J Psychiatry Ment Health. 3(1): 019.