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                         Forensic aspects of sleep disorders: an MScMed essay

                         Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Resilience in Children of Traumatised Parents: A

                         Transgenerational Perspective

                         Intervention strategies for the ongoing conflicts

 

 

 

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                       The Psychology of the Arab - Talib Kafaji

 

 

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The psychological studies with the spread of disease phenomena in the societies experiencing wars refer to them as symbolic aims. But, it is possible to estimate the average of spread of such phenomena in some societies after dealing with (post- traumatic stress disorders) as research topic having various sides and levels; which are suitable for making investigation on the places of danger, taking away the time influences and its implications in destroying the personality on the psychological and bodily levels. It the traumatic stresses and its disorders make one of the phases of fear, feeling of loss, and thinking disorder; especially symbolic feelings which lose its apparent showing and go deeply into the human self making a deep destruction in it.

 

 

Forensic aspects of sleep disorders: an MScMed essay

Summary

Normal human sleep is comprised of two distinct states known as non-rapid eye movement (NREM) and rapid eye movement (REM) sleep. NREM sleep is subdivided into four stages (stage 1, stage 2, stage 3, and stage 4). Stages 3 and 4 are collectively referred to as slow-wave sleep (SWS). REM sleep may be further subdivided into two stages: phasic and tonic. The NREMREM sleep cycle occurs about every 90 min and approximately four to six cycles occur per major sleep episode. The early cycles are dominated by SWS and the later cycles are dominated by REM sleep. The first episode of REM sleep may last only a few minutes and subsequent REM episodes progressively lengthen in duration during the course of the major sleep period. In summary, SWS is prominent in the first third of the night and REM sleep is prominent in the last third of the night.

The classification of sleep disorders is necessary to discrimination between disorders and to facilitate an understanding of symptoms, etiology, pathophysiology, and treatment. In addition, it improves communication between physicians.

 

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Resilience in Children of Traumatised Parents: A Transgenerational Perspective

ABSTRACT

The main aim of this thesis was to explore the possible transgenerational transmission of parents traumatic experiences to their children and the association between parental trauma and the childrens psychopathology. This issue was explored in a multidimensional perspective to arrive at an understanding of the impairments these children suffer.

 

 

Intervention strategies for the ongoing conflicts

Introduction:

 In the last years, Gaza Strip was exposed to ongoing conflict due to repeated acts of Israeli incursions, bombardment, assassinations and killings. Also the local conflicts and severe siege are other causes of continuity of conflict. All of this puts the Palestinian child under constant psychological stressful state which led to changes in children's behavior. Children became inclined to disorder in behavior with the tendency to violence, delinquency and loss of parental control. Many children became Internet addiction with tendency to watch Action films full of violence and terror acts. The sense of insecurity resulted in deterioration of the academic abilities of victims with increased school drop-out cases, street children and child labor in the tunnels, especially those above age of 12. In addition to the classic symptoms of PTSD like :the sense of insecurity and fear, insomnia and night mares and terrors and bed wetting; many cases suffer of severe disturbance in behavior. Some cases had symptoms of childhood psychosis especially those older than 12. Also recorded cases of conversion disorder as hysterical convulsion, blindness, deafness and mutism. Some cases showed mixed hysterical convulsion with epilepsy or shaking syndrome. This was a result of exposure of the child for shaking of their brains due to some sorts of very explosive missiles used during Cast Lead Operation

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Psychology of the Arab - Talib Kafaji

 

Introduction:

A few years ago I was reading The Arab Mind by Raphael Pattie. I thought; I am the one who should write such a book, because the book deals specifically with the psychology of the Arab. I am a psychologist born in the Arab World but who lives, was educated and works in the United States. Perhaps I am in a better position to write about the Arab mind and psychology . I  have been collecting a great deal of materials all these years to aquip myself for this perilous adventure. I definitely am unable to give an impartial picture about the Arab psychology because I spent most of my adult life in my beloved adopted country of America.

 

 

 

    

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Autism

 Concept, Diagnostic Criteria and Classification of Autistic Disorders:A Proposed New Model

Khalid A Mansour

 Prenatal and perinatal risk factors in autistic disorders

IlhamKhattab AL-Jammas, Rabei M.Y. AL-Dobooni

Schizophrenia

 Antipsychotic polypharmacy among Arab patients with schizophrenia

Mostafa Amr, Tarek Tawfik Amin, Dahoud Al-Raddad , Ahmed El-Mogy ,GianlucaTrifirò

 Quality of life for people with schizophrenia: A literature review

AmiraAlshowkan, Janette Curtis, Yvonne White.

Original Papers

 Psychiatric aspects of polygamy in Jordan

Walid Sarhan

 The prevalence of mental health symptoms among outpatients in the United Arab Emirates

Jane Lawton, Sabrina J Schulte

Psychology

 Cross-Sibling Attachment Styles and Marital Satisfaction among Married Lebanese

SouhaBawab and Shah S. Kazarian

 Validation of the Arabic Translation of the Multidimensional Scale of Perceived Social Support (Arabic-MSPSS) in a

Lebanese Community Sample

RanaMerhi and Shahe S. Kazarian

 Socio-demographic factors predicting perceivedParenting styles: implications for counselors

Abdul-Kareem M. Jaradat

Case Report

 Asneezia a medically unexplained symptom and abnormal illness behavior: Review of literature and a case

report

Santosh K Chaturvedi, Geetha Desai, Manoj K Sharma.

World Report

 The World Federation for Mental Health: Building its constituency in the East Mediterranean Region for improving

care and the lives of the mentally ill and their families

Mohammed T Abou-Saleh

History

 Avicennas no health without mental health

Abdi Sanati, Mohammed T Abou-Saleh

 

 

 

 

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