All Relations between Epilepsy and emotion

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C B Dodril. Correlates of generalized tonic-clonic seizures with intellectual, neuropsychological, emotional, and social function in patients with epilepsy. Epilepsia. vol 27. issue 4. 1986-08-20. PMID:3087744. correlates of generalized tonic-clonic seizures with intellectual, neuropsychological, emotional, and social function in patients with epilepsy. 1986-08-20 2023-08-11 Not clear
S Y Ta. Psychosocial functioning of adult epileptic and MS patients and adult normal controls on the WPSI. Journal of clinical psychology. vol 42. issue 3. 1986-07-24. PMID:3711354. when all wpsi profiles were considered, the epilepsy group showed distinct difficulties in emotional adjustment and adjustment to seizures, whereas the ms group had difficulties only in emotional adjustment. 1986-07-24 2023-08-11 human
S Y Ta. Psychosocial functioning of adult epileptic and MS patients and adult normal controls on the WPSI. Journal of clinical psychology. vol 42. issue 3. 1986-07-24. PMID:3711354. the epilepsy group had significantly more emotional problems than normal subjects and significantly more problems adjusting to their disorder than did the ms group. 1986-07-24 2023-08-11 human
S Y Ta. Psychosocial functioning of adult epileptic and MS patients and adult normal controls on the WPSI. Journal of clinical psychology. vol 42. issue 3. 1986-07-24. PMID:3711354. however, when only valid wpsi profiles were considered, the only significant finding was that the epilepsy group (n = 44) and the ms group (n = 20) had more emotional problems than normal subjects (n = 35). 1986-07-24 2023-08-11 human
S Y Ta. Psychosocial functioning of adult epileptic and MS patients and adult normal controls on the WPSI. Journal of clinical psychology. vol 42. issue 3. 1986-07-24. PMID:3711354. the epilepsy group showed distinct difficulties in emotional adjustment and adjustment to seizures, whereas the ms group had difficulties in emotional adjustment, interpersonal adjustment, and overall psychosocial functioning. 1986-07-24 2023-08-11 human
L W Batzel, C B Dodril. Neuropsychological and emotional correlates of marital status and ability to live independently in individuals with epilepsy. Epilepsia. vol 25. issue 5. 1984-11-09. PMID:6479110. neuropsychological and emotional correlates of marital status and ability to live independently in individuals with epilepsy. 1984-11-09 2023-08-12 Not clear
G Gainott. [Emotions and hemispheric lateralization. Review of the literature]. L'Encephale. vol 9. issue 4. 1984-05-16. PMID:6368198. the aim of the present survey is to summarize the most important results obtained along the following lines of research: --analysis of emotional behavior associated with unilateral brain lesions; --experimental research conducted both in brain-damaged patients and in normal subjects to study the processing of emotional informations and the expression of emotions; --investigations conducted in patients with right and left temporal-lobe epilepsy; --studies conducted on psychiatric patients. 1984-05-16 2023-08-12 human
W S Matthews, G Barabas, M Ferrar. Emotional concomitants of childhood epilepsy. Epilepsia. vol 23. issue 6. 1983-02-14. PMID:7173134. emotional concomitants of childhood epilepsy. 1983-02-14 2023-08-12 Not clear
W S Matthews, G Barabas, M Ferrar. Emotional concomitants of childhood epilepsy. Epilepsia. vol 23. issue 6. 1983-02-14. PMID:7173134. on the basis of the distinguishing features of unpredictability, overt manifestation of symptom, and loss of control in epilepsy, a number of hypotheses about possible emotional concomitants of childhood epilepsy are offered. 1983-02-14 2023-08-12 Not clear
A A Shutov, T I Prostakov. [Clinical features of temporal lobe epilepsy and the functional state of the thyroid]. Zhurnal nevropatologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S. Korsakova (Moscow, Russia : 1952). vol 82. issue 6. 1982-10-29. PMID:6180575. the following phenomena are assumed to be criteria of the unfavourable course of epilepsy: a greater frequency of general convulsive paroxysms and epileptic states, early development and steady progress of the intellectual and emotional impairments; more marked and diffuse disorganization of the brain bioelectrical activity, and loss of the elastic properties by cerebral vessels. 1982-10-29 2023-08-12 Not clear
R G Heath, C W Dempesy, C J Fontana, A T Fitzjarrel. Feedback loop between cerebellum and septal-hippocampal sites: its role in emotion and epilepsy. Biological psychiatry. vol 15. issue 4. 1980-10-27. PMID:6772242. feedback loop between cerebellum and septal-hippocampal sites: its role in emotion and epilepsy. 1980-10-27 2023-08-12 monkey
R G Heath, C W Dempesy, C J Fontana, A T Fitzjarrel. Feedback loop between cerebellum and septal-hippocampal sites: its role in emotion and epilepsy. Biological psychiatry. vol 15. issue 4. 1980-10-27. PMID:6772242. the possibility that the feedback relation is involved in epilepsy and emotional disorders and the mechanism by which cerebellar vermal stimulation has been useful in the treatment of these disorders are considered. 1980-10-27 2023-08-12 monkey
C H Hodgman, E R McAnarney, G J Myers, H Iker, R McKinney, D Parmelee, B Schuster, M Tutihas. Emotional complications of adolescent grand mal epilepsy. The Journal of pediatrics. vol 95. issue 2. 1979-09-01. PMID:109600. emotional complications of adolescent grand mal epilepsy. 1979-09-01 2023-08-11 Not clear
R G Feldman, N L Pau. Identity of emotional triggers in epilepsy. The Journal of nervous and mental disease. vol 162. issue 5. 1976-07-06. PMID:1262858. identity of emotional triggers in epilepsy. 1976-07-06 2023-08-11 Not clear
O A Sigus, S A Chkhenkel. [Stereotaxic amygdalo- and amygdalohippocampotomy in temporal epilepsy with manifest behavioral disorders]. Voprosy neirokhirurgii. issue 1. 1976-06-02. PMID:769332. our investigations also show that stereotactical operations for epilepsy are more effective for the control of behavioral and emotional disorders, than for seizures. 1976-06-02 2023-08-11 Not clear