Volume 3  Issue 5

Children Curiosity During COVID-19 Outbreak

Nematollahi, F.1, Khademi Ashkzari, M.1 & Khatoonabadi, A. R.2*

Curiosity as the driver of intellectual development plays a crucial role in children’s learning and education. Previous research has shown that curiosity is just as important as intelligence and is one of the most critical factors in students’ academic performance. Curiosity is a powerful motivation not only for learning but also for creativity and mental well-being. [..] READ MORE

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Working Memory Load and Facial Emotional Stimuli in Individuals With High Genetic Risk of Schizophrenia

Sandra L. Quiñones-Beltrán1, Geisa B. Gallardo-Moreno1, Jacobo J. Brofman-Epelbaum2, Fabiola R. Gómez-Velázquez1, Julieta Ramos-Loyo1, Fernando A. Barrios3 & Andrés A. González-Garrido1*

Working Memory (WM) deficits have been suggested as an endophenotypic marker for schizophrenia. This neurocognitive marker proposal has been supported by evidence of WM deficits also observed in unaffected high-risk relatives (HR) of patients with schizophrenia. Furthermore, empirical evidence suggests that working memory (WM) load and the implicit facial-emotional processing are interdependent. [..] READ MORE

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Characteristics of Epileptic Children Treated with Physiotherapy

Lindita Vata1* & Detjon Vata2

Epilepsy is a chronic disorder, a neurological condition which affects the central nervous system and causes unprovoked, recurrent seizures. Many epileptic children do not need physical therapy, those who need it are children who have limited mobility or are injured. [..] READ MORE

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Neuroimaging of Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES) Associated With COVID-19: Two Case Reports

Antonio Júnior, G. L.1*, Hilanne Aquino, L. A.2, July Machado, R. M.2, Pablo Coimbra, P. A.2, Clarissa Albuquerque, P.2, Laura Gomes, V. M.3 & Nina Abreu, M. P.2

Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome (PRES) is a clinical-radiological entity associated with several image presentations and a series of clinical conditions.
Case Presentation
We report two cases of a 60-years-old man and a 25-years-old woman, both with COVID-19 infection, who developed PRES, with neurologic damage by SARS-Cov-2. [..] READ MORE

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Re-Adapting Medical Psychotherapy as a Uniform Design of Neuro-Psychiatric and Psychological Treatment: A Special Point of View

Naisberg Yakov

Medical psychotherapy is a new professional method for the use of external ecological and social means that yields a placebo inducing process that produces quiet conditions in the body by the free will that navigates patients’ awareness of surviving and adapting within the homeostasis reference. For this to take place, there are two prerequisites to approve disputed by free will control of the mental micro/macro biophysical neurophysiological mechanisms operating in health and pathology. [..] READ MORE

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New Perspectives of ASD - Integrative Psychodynamic Approach

Enver Cesko

This presentation is based on new methodologies that are recently present in different psychodynamic approaches who are multidimensionally combining in one, offering integrative view in understanding and serving treatment for autism spectrum disorders (ASD). [..] READ MORE

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