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RISK FACTORS OF VIOLENT BEHAVIOR AMONG ELEMENTARY AND HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Ranko KOVA?EVI?,Edin MUFTI?,Meliha BIJEDI,Hariz ?ARI?
Journal of Special Education and Rehabilitation , 2012,
Abstract: The primary goal of this research was to ascertain which risk factors could serve as the most precise predictors of violent behaviour among elementary and high-school students. The research was conducted on a sample of 1209 students, between thirteen and seventeen years old, in five cantons of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The risk factors assessment was done by means of SAVRY (Structured Assessment of Violence Risk in Youth), a tool used for gauging the levels of risk factors. With the help of the SPSS 12.0 Statistical Procedures Companion, the collected data was processed by employing regression analysis. The results indicate that the onset of violent behaviour, academic success, inability to concentrate, alcohol abuse, history of domestic violence, as well as parental separation, are the main predictors of violent behaviour among the aforementioned categoryof students. These results form a solid foundation for future planning of treatments and activities with a goal to prevent such behaviour.
Thermodynamic Properties of Vapors from Speed of Sound
Muhamed Bijedi,Sabina Begi?
Journal of Thermodynamics , 2014, DOI: 10.1155/2014/231296
Abstract: A numerical procedure for deriving the thermodynamic properties , , and of the vapor phase in the subcritical temperature range from the speed of sound is presented. The set of differential equations connecting these properties with the speed of sound is solved as the initial-value problem in domain . The initial values of and are specified along the isotherm with the highest temperature, at a several values of [0.1,?1.0]. The values of are generated by the reference equation of state, while the values of are derived from the speed of sound, by solving another set of differential equations in domain in the transcritical temperature range. This set of equations is solved as the initial-boundary-value problem. The initial values of and are specified along the isochore in the limit of the ideal gas, at several isotherms distributed according to the Chebyshev points of the second kind. The boundary values of are specified along the same isotherm and along another isotherm with a higher temperature, at several values of . The procedure is tested on Ar, N2, CH4, and CO2, with the mean AADs for , , and at 0.0003%, 0.0046%, and 0.0061%, respectively (0.0007%, 0.0130%, and 0.0189% along the saturation line). 1. Introduction The speed of sound is the property of a fluid which is measured with an exceptional accuracy (Ewing and Goodwin [1], Estrada-Alexanders and Trusler [2], Costa Gomes and Trusler [3], Trusler and Zarari [4], and Estrada-Alexanders and Trusler [5]). While the speed of sound itself is a piece of useful information about a fluid, other thermodynamic properties like the density and the heat capacity, which may be derived from it, make the speed of sound even more useful. However, the speed of sound in a fluid is connected to these properties through the set of nonlinear partial differential equations of the second order. The general solution to this set of equations has not been found yet, except for the gaseous phase under low pressures (Trusler et al. [6] and Estela-Uribe and Trusler [7]). At moderate and higher pressures a procedure based on the numerical integration may be used for obtaining the particular solution (Estrada-Alexanders et al. [8] and Bijedi? and Neimarlija [9–11]). The main disadvantage of this approach is the need for the initial and/or the boundary values of the quantities being calculated (the Dirichlet conditions) and their derivatives with respect to an independent variable (the Neumann conditions). In the previous paper (Bijedi? and Neimarlija [11]) it was shown that the compressibility factor and the heat capacity of a
G rme Engellilere Y nelik Kütüphanecilik Hizmetlerinde Türkiye'deki Son Geli meler: Gazi üniversitesi Merkez Kütüphanesi G rme Engelliler B lümü rne i
Meliha Kazak
Türk Kütüphanecili?i , 2008,
Abstract: Bu makalede g rme engellilerin kulland Braille alfabesinin tarih esi, g rme engellilere y nelik kütüphanecilik hizmetlerinde Türkiye 'deki son geli meler ve bu hizmetlerin verilmesinde kar la lan sorunlar ile züm nerileri yer almaktad r. Ayr ca Gazi üniversitesi G rme Engelliler B lümü 'nün kurulu u, geli imi, kullan c lar na sundu u hizmetler ve ileriye y nelik hedefleri anlat lmaktad r.
Impulse Control Disorders in a Group of University Exam Preparatory Course Students
Gonca,Lut,Zehra,Meliha
N?ropsikiyatri Ar?ivi , 2011,
Abstract: Ob-jec-ti-ve: In recent years, interest on prevalence and comorbidity of impulse control disorders is constantly increasing. The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of impulse control disorders and its association with the existence of comorbid axis I disorders in young adult university exam preparatory course students. Met-hods: Two hundred and twenty-six preparatory course students aged 18-27 (mean age: 19.2) years were included in this study. Axis I diagnoses were evaluated using the Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV (SCID-I). Lifetime impulse control disorders were investigated using the modified version of Minnesota Impulsive Disorders Interview. Impulsivity was measured with the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale Version 11(BIS-11).Re-sults: The prevalence rate of all impulse control disorders in our sample was 23.4% (n=55). The most common impulse control disorder subtype was impulse control disorder not otherwise specified ICD-NOS (%16.8), followed by trichotillomania and intermittent explosive disorder. The most common ICD-NOS subtype was compulsive buying. There was no statistically significant difference between the diagnoses of axis I disorders in students with and without impulse control disorders. A statistically significant difference was found between groups with and without impulse control disorders in terms of total impulsivity and non-planning scores determined by the BIS-11. Conc-lu-si-on: Considering early age onset and decreasing prevalence with progressive aging, impulse control disorders are expected to be common in the young adult population. Prevalence rates determined at the end of this study were found to be higher in comparison with the peer group in literature. However, the prevalence rates obtained in our study may not be generalized tothe society because of the statistical limitation concerning our sample size. Large-scale, epidemiologic studies are required to be performed on this topic. (Arc-hi-ves of Neu-ropsy-chi-atry 2011;48: 238-42)
Ototoxicity Probably Due To Isoniazid in a Patient Undergoing Hemodialysis
Deniz YERDELEN,Meliha TAN
Journal of Neurological Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: Patients with end-stage renal failure (ESRF) have a high incidence of tuberculosis. Antituberculosis drug-induced ototoxicity may sometimes be a problem in these group of patients. Streptomycin is an antituberculosis drug with well-known ototoxic side effects. However, ototoxicity with combinations not including streptomycin has been reported only in a report in 7 of 42 ESRF patients undergoing hemodialysis and isoniazid has been suggested as a probable responsible drug which has well-known neurotoxic side effects. Here, we presented a 78- year-old man developed hearing loss who was on hemodialysis program and taking antituberculosis drug combination therapy including not streptomycin, but isoniazid, and the probable role of isoniazid in ototoxicity was discussed.
Congenital Leukemia Initially Presenting with Leukemia Cutis
Melike Sezgin Evim,Meliha Demiral
Güncel Pediatri , 2012,
Abstract: Introduction: Congenital leukemia represents less than 1% of childhood leukemia. Its prognosis is poor. Myeloid form is the most common type, and leukemia cutis has been observed in 25-30% of the patients. These skin lesions are defined as ‘blueberry muffin’ type which are blue-violaceous and usually multiple and diffuse nodules. Case Report: She had diffuse blue-violaceous nodules since birth. She hospitalized due to sepsis for 35 days. She was referred to our center with the suspicion of immune deficiency. The initial physical findings were severe pallor, diffuse blue-violaceous subcutanose nodules and hepatosplenomegaly. The leucocyte count was found 363 000/mm3. Acute monositer leukemia (AML-M5) was determined with morphologic and flow cytometric evaluation of the peripheral blood. Conclusion: Congenital leukemia must be thought in differential diagnosis from other underlying disease presenting with blueberry muffin skin lesions. (Jo-ur-nal of Cur-rent Pe-di-at-rics 2012; 10: 103-6)
Long-term Treatment in Bipolar Disorder
Meliha Zengin Eroglu,Nurgul Ozpoyraz
Psikiyatride Guncel Yaklasimlar , 2010,
Abstract: Although the importance of long-term prophylactic treatment is certain in bipolar disorder, there is stil debate on how to which patients and evaluate the treatment response. Efficacious long-term treatment can reduce morbidity and mortality significantly and improve quality of life of bipolar patients. The concept of ideal response should also be defined very clearly in order to discuss the difficulties of measuring the effectiveness of the prophylactic treatment. The aims of this paper are to determine whether our currently methods and criteria are valid, reliable and sensitive evaluating the efficacy of the treatment response and to briefly inform the clinicians about the drugs used in pharmacologic prophylaxis in accordance with relevant data.
THE FREQUENCYOFSYMPTOMS OFTHE PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME BYADOLESCENTFEMALES WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENT
Elvira ?eki?,Meliha Povlaki? - Had?iefendi?
Human : Research in Rehabilitation , 2011,
Abstract: The aim of this study was to determine among adolescent females with hearing impairment the frequency of symptoms of the premenstrual syndrome. The tested sample consisted of 62 adolescents with hearingimpairment, and the control sample 62 “hearing” adolescents, the average age of 14-16 years in Sarajevo and Tuzla. Measuring instruments that were used Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders(DSM IV). The most dominant symptoms of PMS established in this research are: emotional instability, anger and irritability, sensitivity in breast area, headache and depressed mood. The following frequency of symptoms was found: apparent emotional instability (100%), permanent and visible anger or irritability (90.32%), apparent anxiety, feeling of tension (77.41), reduced interest in usual activities (70.96%). There is no qualitative difference in the symptoms between adolescents with and without hearing impairment.There is a statistically significant difference in the prevalence of symptoms of the premenstrual syndrome in adolescents with hearing impairments compared to the control group adolescents.
Intermittent Explosive Disorder
Lut Tamam,Meliha Zengin Eroglu,Ozlem Paltaci
Psikiyatride Guncel Yaklasimlar , 2011,
Abstract: Intermittent explosive disorder is an impulse control disorder characterized by the occurrence of discrete episodes of failure to resist aggressive impulses that result in violent assault or destruction of property. Though the prevalence intermittent explosive disorder has been reported to be relatively rare in frontier studies on the field, it is now common opinion that intermittent explosive disorder is far more common than previously thought especially in clinical psychiatry settings. Etiological studies displayed the role of both psychosocial factors like childhood traumas and biological factors like dysfunctional neurotransmitter systems and genetics. In differential diagnosis of the disorder, disorders involving agression as a symptom such as alcohol and drug intoxication, antisocial and borderline personality disorders, personality changes due to general medical conditions and behavioral disorder should be considered. A combination of pharmacological and psychotherapeutic approaches are suggested in the treatment of the disorder. This article briefly reviews the historical background, diagnostic criteria, epidemiology, etiology and treatment of intermittent explosive disorder.
Congenital Frontal Mature Dermoid Cyst: A Case Report  [PDF]
Mehmet Hakan Seyithanoglu, Kazim Dogan, Meliha Gundag, Serdar Cevik, Seref Ozturk, Tolga Turan Dundar
Open Journal of Modern Neurosurgery (OJMN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojmn.2014.44032
Abstract: Dermoid cysts are uncommon congenital or acquired developmental cystic malformations that were usually seen in the midline of frontal region and the anterior fontanel. Congenital forms develop from the remnants of the epithelium or ectodermal membranous bone growth line. We report here a case of a congenital frontal dermoid cyst that should be considered in the differential diagnosis of lipoma and neurofibroma. Dermoid cysts should be considered in the differential diagnosis of all nodular cyst-like lesions in the head and neck region. Early recognition and accurate diagnosis by means of Computerized Tomography scan or Magnetic Resonance Imaging facilitate successful treatment.
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