Erkal ERZİNCAN,Bülent COŞKUN,Nermin GÜNDÜZ
2022, 6(1), s:25-39
Feyza ÇELİK,Ahmet Tamer AKER,Nermin GÜNDÜZ
2022, 6(1), s:13-24
Ali Yücel GÜLER,Gül ERYILMAZ,Nilüfer SAATCİOĞLU TINKIR
2022, 6(1), s:5-12
Tijen ŞENGEZER,Caner ASLAN
2021, 5(2), s:35-42
Are there any connections between kleptomania and addiction?
Gül ERYILMAZ,Alptekin ÇETİN
2021, 5(2), s:33-34
Kleptomania is a clinical condition in which the desire to steal different objects cannot be inhibited regardless of value. It is classified as “impulse control disorder” in DSM 5. A 24-year-old patient with alcohol use disorder developed kleptomania after successful treatment. In this case, kleptomania can also be evaluated from the perspective of addiction.
Mustafa AKAN,Birgül CUMURCU Hatice
2021, 5(1), s:16-24
Nilüfer SAATCİOĞLU TINKIR,Gül ERYILMAZ
2021, 5(1), s:5-15
Simge ALEVSAÇANLAR CÜCÜ
2020, 4(2), s:54-62
Sema AKKOYUN,Işıl GÖĞCEGÖZ
2020, 4(2), s:47-53
The Effect of Atomoxetine on Neuropsychometric Tests in a Patient With Opiate Addiction: A Case Report
Müberra Kulu,Filiz Özsoy
2020, 4(1), s:35-39
The association of alcohol /substance use disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a frequently reported condition. The comorbidity of these two diseases both compromises treatment compliance and increases mortality and morbidity rates. The medical treatments used in ADHD treatment are also very limited due to their potential for abuse. In this case report, the regression of attention deficit symptoms and improvement in the neuropsychometric tests due to atomoxetine treatment in opiate use disorder patient will be presented.