Epilepsy, cognition, and neuropsychiatry (Epilepsy, Brain, and Mind, part 2)

Amos D. Korczyn, Steven C. Schachter, Martin J. Brodie, Sarang S. Dalal, Jerome Engel, Alla Guekht, Hrvoje Hecimovic, Karim Jerbi, Andres M Kanner, Cecilie Johannessen Landmark, Pavel Mares, Petr Marusic, Stefano Meletti, Marco Mula, Philip N. Patsalos, Markus Reuber, Philippe Ryvlin, Klára Štillová, Roberto Tuchman, Ivan Rektor

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Abstract

Epilepsy is, of course, not one disease but rather a huge number of disorders that can present with seizures. In common, they all reflect brain dysfunction. Moreover, they can affect the mind and, of course, behavior. While animals too may suffer from epilepsy, as far as we know, the electrical discharges are less likely to affect the mind and behavior, which is not surprising. While the epileptic seizures themselves are episodic, the mental and behavioral changes continue, in many cases, interictally. The episodic mental and behavioral manifestations are more dramatic, while the interictal ones are easier to study with anatomical and functional studies. The following extended summaries complement those presented in Part 1.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)283-302
Number of pages20
JournalEpilepsy and Behavior
Volume28
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - Aug 1 2013

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Neuropsychiatry
Cognition
Epilepsy
Brain
Seizures

Keywords

  • Antiepileptic drugs
  • Behavior
  • Cognition
  • EEG
  • Epilepsy
  • Imaging
  • Mind
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychology
  • Social issues
  • Stress

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Clinical Neurology
  • Behavioral Neuroscience
  • Neurology

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Korczyn, A. D., Schachter, S. C., Brodie, M. J., Dalal, S. S., Engel, J., Guekht, A., ... Rektor, I. (2013). Epilepsy, cognition, and neuropsychiatry (Epilepsy, Brain, and Mind, part 2). Epilepsy and Behavior, 28(2), 283-302. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.yebeh.2013.03.012

Epilepsy, cognition, and neuropsychiatry (Epilepsy, Brain, and Mind, part 2). / Korczyn, Amos D.; Schachter, Steven C.; Brodie, Martin J.; Dalal, Sarang S.; Engel, Jerome; Guekht, Alla; Hecimovic, Hrvoje; Jerbi, Karim; Kanner, Andres M; Johannessen Landmark, Cecilie; Mares, Pavel; Marusic, Petr; Meletti, Stefano; Mula, Marco; Patsalos, Philip N.; Reuber, Markus; Ryvlin, Philippe; Štillová, Klára; Tuchman, Roberto; Rektor, Ivan.

In: Epilepsy and Behavior, Vol. 28, No. 2, 01.08.2013, p. 283-302.

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Korczyn, AD, Schachter, SC, Brodie, MJ, Dalal, SS, Engel, J, Guekht, A, Hecimovic, H, Jerbi, K, Kanner, AM, Johannessen Landmark, C, Mares, P, Marusic, P, Meletti, S, Mula, M, Patsalos, PN, Reuber, M, Ryvlin, P, Štillová, K, Tuchman, R & Rektor, I 2013, 'Epilepsy, cognition, and neuropsychiatry (Epilepsy, Brain, and Mind, part 2)', Epilepsy and Behavior, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 283-302. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.yebeh.2013.03.012
Korczyn AD, Schachter SC, Brodie MJ, Dalal SS, Engel J, Guekht A et al. Epilepsy, cognition, and neuropsychiatry (Epilepsy, Brain, and Mind, part 2). Epilepsy and Behavior. 2013 Aug 1;28(2):283-302. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.yebeh.2013.03.012
Korczyn, Amos D. ; Schachter, Steven C. ; Brodie, Martin J. ; Dalal, Sarang S. ; Engel, Jerome ; Guekht, Alla ; Hecimovic, Hrvoje ; Jerbi, Karim ; Kanner, Andres M ; Johannessen Landmark, Cecilie ; Mares, Pavel ; Marusic, Petr ; Meletti, Stefano ; Mula, Marco ; Patsalos, Philip N. ; Reuber, Markus ; Ryvlin, Philippe ; Štillová, Klára ; Tuchman, Roberto ; Rektor, Ivan. / Epilepsy, cognition, and neuropsychiatry (Epilepsy, Brain, and Mind, part 2). In: Epilepsy and Behavior. 2013 ; Vol. 28, No. 2. pp. 283-302.
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