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    Tripofobi Anketi’nin Türkçe Formu’nun Geçerlik ve Güvenirlik Çalışması / The Validity and Reliability of the Trypophobia Questionnaire Turkish Form
    (2020-05-01T00:00:00Z) Yılmaz, Onur; Kılıçarslan, Tezer; Kevser Boyraz, Rabia; Parlakkaya, Fatma Büşra; Deveci, Erdem; Öztürk, Ahmet; PARLAKKAYA, FATMA BÜŞRA; DEVECİ, ERDEM
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    Recognition of emotional face expressions in patients with restless legs syndrome
    (2022-02-01T00:00:00Z) Gurkan, Zahide Mail; Pak, Aygul Tantik; PARLAKKAYA, FATMA BÜŞRA; KILIÇARSLAN, TEZER; Yilmaz, Onur; Sengul, Yildizhan; PARLAKKAYA, FATMA BÜŞRA; KILIÇARSLAN, TEZER
    Objective Restless legs syndrome (RLS) is one of the commonest neurologic diseases. Along with sensory and motor symptoms, cognitive impairment and psychiatric features can be seen with RLS. The present study, was planned to look for evidence of cognitive impairment by evaluating facial emotion recognition (FER) in patients with RLS. Methods In this study, 80 patients with RLS and 50 healthy controls (HCs) were included. Demographic data were recorded. All patients with RLS and HCs were tested with Beck anxiety inventory (BAI), Beck depression inventory (BDI) and with Ekman-s test for recognition of facial emotions. Results Sixty-three of the patients with RLS and 37 of the HCs were female. The mean age of the patients was 45.41 +/- 8.24, and the mean age of HCs was 43.12 +/- 10.35. The patients and HCs were similar regarding sex, age, educational status, and marital status. Patients with RLS had FER difficulties comparing HCs. There was a negative correlation between Ekman-s test scores and BDI (r = -0.311, p < 0.001) and BAI scores (r = -0.379, p < 0.001). Conclusion FER is an invaluable research topic regarding cognitive function in RLS, which may help us develop different perspectives in terms of revealing the pathophysiology and is very important for the well-being of the patients- social interactions.
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    The relationship of insight with obsessive beliefs and metacognition in obsessive compulsive disorder
    (2020-01-01T00:00:00Z) YILMAZ, Onur; BOYRAZ, Rabia Kevser; Kurtulmus, Ayse; PARLAKKAYA, FATMA BÜŞRA; ÖZTÜRK, AHMET; YILMAZ, ONUR; BOYRAZ, RABIA KEVSER; PARLAKKAYA, FATMA BÜŞRA; ÖZTÜRK, AHMET
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    Investigation of alexithymia and levels of anxiety and depression among patients with restless legs syndrome.
    (2018-08-29) YILMAZ, ONUR; ŞENGÜL, YILDIZHAN; ŞENGÜL, HS; PARLAKKAYA, FATMA BÜŞRA; Öztürk, AHMET; YILMAZ, ONUR; ŞENGÜL, YILDIZHAN; PARLAKKAYA, FATMA BÜŞRA; ÖZTÜRK, AHMET
    Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine alexithymia among restless legs syndrome (RLS) patients, compare with healthy controls, and argue the clinical inferences of this relationship. We searched for anxiety and depression and their clinical outcomes among patients and searched whether the results are similar to previous studies. Patients and methods: Eighty-seven RLS patients and 88 age, gender, and educationally matched healthy controls were assessed in Bezmialem Foundation University Hospital. RLS patients and healthy controls were assessed with the Sociodemographic Data Form constructed for the present study, 20-item Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20), Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), and Beck Anxiety Scale (BAS). The patient group was also assessed with the International Restless Legs Syndrome Study Group (IRLSSG) RLS Severity Scale. Results: RLS patients were found to have greater TAS-20, BDI, and BAS scores compared with the control group (P < 0.05). RLS severity score was positively correlated with the scores of anxiety and depression scales. However, no significant relationship was found between scores of IRLSSG RLS scale and TAS-20 total and subscale scores. Conclusion: RLS patients were found to be more alexithymic than healthy controls, whereas no significant relationship was found between RLS severity and levels of alexithymia. Still, alexithymia might be a predictor for early diagnosis and may be considered in the treatment and follow-up of RLS. RLS patients have higher depression and anxiety scores than healthy individuals. Thus, depression and anxiety should be taken into consideration throughout the RLS treatment.
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    Investigation and Clinical Importance of Obsessive and Compulsive Signs Among Patients with Restless Legs Syndrome
    (2019-07-01T00:00:00Z) ŞENGÜL, YILDIZHAN; YILMAZ, Onur; Sengul, Hakan Serdar; PARLAKKAYA, FATMA BÜŞRA; ÖZTÜRK, AHMET; ŞENGÜL, YILDIZHAN; YILMAZ, ONUR; PARLAKKAYA, FATMA BÜŞRA; ÖZTÜRK, AHMET
    Objective: The purpose of this study was to examine obsessive and compulsive signs among patients with Restless Legs syndrome (RLS), to compare the results with healthy controls and to investigate clinic importance of those signs. Methods: Thirty nine patients with RLS and 40 age-, sex- and education- matched healthy controls were assessed in Bezmialem Foundation University Medical Faculty Hospital Neurology and Psychiatry Clinics Hospital. Structured Clinical Interview for Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-IV axis-1 disorders severe combined immune deficiency-1, socio-demographic data form and Maudsley obsessive compulsive inventory (MOCI) were applied to both patients and controls. Patient group seas also classified according to the International RLS study group RLS severity scale. Results: Patient group had higher MOCI total scores and doubting and rumination subscale scores than the control group and the difference was statistically significant (p<0.05). No statistically significant relationship was found between RLS severity score and MOCI total and subscale scores. Conclusion: Patients with RLS were generally found to have more obsessive and compulsive signs than healthy controls. In view of the fact that RLS is often a late-diagnosed syndrome, searching for concomitant RLS among young people who have obsessive and compulsive signs may be helpful for early diagnosis of RLS.