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Ilam University of Medical Sciences

Items where Author is "Amirinezhad, A."

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(2019) Direct and indirect associations between perception of childhood trauma and suicidal ideation through emotion dysregulation in males who use Chock for heroin. Addictive Behaviors. p. 10. ISSN 0306-4603

(2019) Direct and indirect associations between perception of childhood trauma and suicidal ideation through emotion dysregulation in males who use heroin. Addictive Behaviors. p. 106011. ISSN 1873-6327 (Electronic) 0306-4603 (Linking)

(2019) Early maladaptive schemas in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia: A comparative study. Current Psychology. ISSN 10461310 (ISSN)

(2019) Effects of childhood emotional maltreatment on depressive symptoms through emotion dysregulation in treatment-seeking patients with heroin-dependence. Journal of affective disorders. pp. 448-457. ISSN 1573-2517 (Electronic) 0165-0327 (Linking)

(2019) Psychometric properties of the highly sensitive person scale and its relation to symptom dimensions in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Current Psychology. ISSN 10461310 (ISSN)

(2018) Early maladaptive schemas and suicidal risk in inpatients with bipolar disorder. Psychiatry Research. pp. 351-359. ISSN 1872-7123 (Electronic) 0165-1781 (Linking)

(2017) Early maladaptive schemas, behavioral inhibition/approach systems, and defense styles in the abusers of opiate, stimulant, and cannabis drugs and healthy subjects. Journal of Substance Use. pp. 317-323. ISSN 1465-9891

(2017) Early maladaptive schemas, behavioral inhibition/approach systems, and defense styles in the users of natural and synthetic substances and healthy subjects. Journal of Substance Use. pp. 168-175. ISSN 1465-9891

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