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  1. Restless legs syndrome in a bipolar disorder patient treated with low dose olanzapine: is there an association?
    adiye Visal Buturak, Duygu Tiryaki, Ersel Da, Yakup Trkel
    Anatolian Journal of Psychiatry. 2015; 16(4): 301-303.
  2. Comorbid disorders in outpatients with major depressive disorder and their sociodemographical aspects
    adiye Visal Buturak, Aye Devrim Baterzi, Aylin Yazc, Kemal Yazc, enel Tot Acar
    Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. 2011; 1(1): 7-13.
  3. A new therapy modality for treatment-resistant depression: Vagal nerve stimulation
    Visal Buturak, Blent Bakar
    Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. 2014; 4(4): 167-74.
  4. Attention deficit and hyperactivity symptoms in adult migraine patients
    Murat Alpua, Bahar Say, Esra Turgut, Ufuk Ergun, Sadiye Visal Buturak
    Annals of Medical Research. 2019; 26(6): 1029-32.
  5. Impulsivity in euthymic bipolar disorder patients and relation with age at onset of the disorder
    Gamze elikelolu, adiye Visal Buturak, Hatice zdemir Rezaki, Aslhan Gne, Orhan Murat Koak, erif Bora Nazl
    Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. 2015; 5(4): 173-8.
  6. The relationship between self-stigma due to seeking psychological help and social/ cultural intelligence in medical students
    Ergl akan, adiye Visal Buturak, Gamze ziek, Orhan Murat Koak, Hatice zdemir Rezaki, Aye Gl Ylmaz zpolat, mer Ouztrk
    Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. 2016; 6(3): 140-5.

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