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  1. Memories of the cognitive revolution
  2. Brainwaves and brainstorms
  3. Mentored by a Madman: The William Borroughs Experiment By Andrew J. Lees. Notting Hill Editions. 2016. £14.99 (hb). 192pp. ISBN 9781910749104
  4. Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Epilepsy Edited by Marco Mula, Springer 2016. €119.99 (hb). 398 pp. ISBN 9783319221588
  5. Neuroimaging and Neurophysiology in Psychiatry By David E. J. Linden. Oxford University Press. 2016. £29.99 (pb). 140 pp. ISBN 9780198739609
  6. Safety and efficacy of aripiprazole for the treatment of pediatric Tourette syndrome and other chronic tic disorders
  7. Neurophysiological investigations for the diagnosis of non-epileptic attack disorder in neuropsychiatry services: from safety standards to improved effectiveness
  8. Personality Profile of Male Adolescents With Tourette Syndrome: A Controlled Study
  9. Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome and Disruptive Behavior Disorders: Prevalence, Associations, and Explanation of the Relationships
  10. Health-related quality of life in chronic inflammatory neuropathies: A systematic review
  11. Functional tics and echophenomena
  12. The origin of consciousness and beyond
  13. Clinical utility of implantable neurostimulation devices as adjunctive treatment of uncontrolled seizures
  14. Epilepsy, behavior, and neuropsychiatry
  15. Tourette syndrome and obsessive compulsive disorder: Compulsivity along the continuum
  16. Sleep Attacks in Patients With Parkinson's Disease on Dopaminergic Medications: A Systematic Review
  17. DPP6 gene disruption in a family with Gilles de la Tourette syndrome
  18. Emotion recognition and social cognition in temporal lobe epilepsy and the effect of epilepsy surgery
  19. Measuring Anger Expression in Young Patients With Tourette Syndrome
  20. Neurology and psychiatry as one medical discipline
  21. Improved criteria for the diagnosis of tic disorders in DSM-5
  22. CBT-based group therapy intervention for nonepileptic attacks and other functional neurological symptoms: A pilot study
  23. Christian VII of Denmark and Tourette syndrome: fact or fiction?
  24. Premonitory urges and repetitive behaviours in adult patients with Tourette syndrome
  25. Biofeedback Treatment for Tourette Syndrome
  26. What is misophonia and how can we treat it?
  27. Zonisamide as a Treatment for Partial Epileptic Seizures: A Systematic Review
  28. Clinical Guidelines on Long-Term Pharmacotherapy for Bipolar Disorder in Children and Adolescents
  29. Consciousness
  30. Francis Crick and Christof Koch
  31. Roger Penrose and Stuart Hameroff
  32. Donald Davidson
  33. David Rosenthal
  34. John Searle
  35. Merlin Donald
  36. John Kevin O’Regan
  37. Jaegwon Kim
  38. Daniel Dennett
  39. Tim Crane
  40. Bernard Baars
  41. David Chalmers
  42. Stanislas Dehaene
  43. Paul and Patricia Churchland
  44. Hilary Putnam
  45. Antonio Damasio
  46. Colin McGinn
  47. William Lycan
  48. Nicholas Humphrey
  49. Alva Noë
  50. René Descartes
  51. Max Velmans
  52. John Eccles and Karl Popper
  53. Jerry Fodor
  54. Benjamin Libet
  55. Gerald Edelman
  56. Julian Jaynes
  57. Semir Zeki
  58. Giulio Tononi
  59. Thomas Nagel
  60. Epilepsy as a pathology of consciousness
  61. Emperor Claudius’ Neuropsychiatric Presentation: From Tics to Behavioral Symptoms
  62. The quantitative measurement of consciousness during epileptic seizures
  63. Epileptic qualia and self-awareness: A third dimension for consciousness
  64. Bilateral Shoe Deterioration as a Result of Complex Motor Tics in Tourette Syndrome
  65. Video-electroencephalography investigation of ictal alterations of consciousness in epilepsy and nonepileptic attack disorder: Practical considerations
  66. Magnetoencephalography in the study of epilepsy and consciousness
  67. Multimodal neuroimaging investigations of alterations to consciousness: The relationship between absence epilepsy and sleep
  68. Premonitory urges for tics in adult patients with Tourette syndrome
  69. “Not just right experiences” in patients with Tourette syndrome: Complex motor tics or compulsions?
  70. “Keep up the good work!”: A case study of the effects of a specific cognitive training in Alzheimer’s disease
  71. Psychiatric adverse effects of zonisamide in patients with epilepsy and mental disorder comorbidities
  72. Sensory phenomena: Clinical correlates and impact on quality of life in adult patients with Tourette syndrome
  73. TheWunderkammerof Consciousness
  74. On being your own worst enemy: An investigation of socially inappropriate symptoms in Tourette syndrome
  75. Tourette's syndrome
  76. The role of immune dysfunction in the development of tics and susceptibility to infections in Tourette syndrome: A systematic review
  77. Clinical Rating Instruments in Tourette Syndrome
  78. The psychopathological spectrum of Gilles de la Tourette syndrome
  79. The complex genetics of Gilles de la Tourette syndrome: implications for clinical practice
  80. Pharmacological interventions for depression in people with traumatic brain injury
  81. Resting state networks in paroxysmal disorders of consciousness
  82. A controlled study of personality and affect in Tourette syndrome
  83. Disease-Specific Quality of Life in Young Patients With Tourette Syndrome
  84. The pharmacology of Tourette syndrome
  85. Neuroimaging of Consciousness
  86. The Behavioural Neurology of Basal Ganglia Disorders
  87. Researching Tourette Syndrome in Europe
  88. The Pathophysiology of Impulse control Disorders in Parkinson Disease
  89. The Neurobiology and Treatment of Restless Legs Syndrome
  90. Behavioural Treatments for Tourette Syndrome: An Evidence-Based Review
  91. Premonitory Urges and Sensorimotor Processing in Tourette Syndrome
  92. Treatment of VGKC Complex Antibody-Associated Limbic Encephalitis: A Systematic Review
  93. Functional Neuroanatomy and Behavioural Correlates of the Basal Ganglia: Evidence from Lesion Studies
  94. Trials of Pharmacological Interventions for Tourette Syndrome: A Systematic Review
  95. Consciousness and Neuroscience
  96. Health-Related Quality of Life in Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome: A Decade of Research
  97. Generalized Tonic–Clonic Seizures
  98. Neuroimaging Studies of the Dwindling Self: Neurodegenerative Dementias
  99. Antiepileptic Drugs and Tourette Syndrome
  100. Deep Brain Stimulation for Tourette Syndrome
  101. Preface
  102. The Future of Research in Tourette Syndrome
  103. Altered Social Cognition in Tourette Syndrome: Nature and Implications
  104. Selective Sound Sensitivity Syndrome (Misophonia) in a Patient With Tourette Syndrome
  105. Handwriting Abnormality in Tourette Syndrome
  106. The Neuropsychiatry of Pellagra in Early American Studies
  107. The “Brother’s Arm:” Alien Hand Syndrome After Right Posterior Parietal Lesion
  108. Tourette Syndrome in a Patient With Resistance to Thyroid Hormone Syndrome
  109. An Introduction to the Clinical Phenomenology of Tourette Syndrome
  110. Selection of Patients with Tourette Syndrome for Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery
  111. Ictal Coprolalia in a Patient With Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
  112. Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome-Quality of Life Scale for Children and Adolescents
  113. The Gilles De La Tourette Syndrome-Quality of Life Scale for Children and Adolescents (C&A-GTS-QOL): Development and Validation of the Italian Version
  114. Metabolic Effects of Aripiprazole and Pimozide in Children With Tourette Syndrome
  115. Executive functions in uncomplicated Tourette syndrome
  116. Tolerability Profile of Clonidine in the Treatment of Adults With Tourette Syndrome
  117. Incognito: The secret lives of the brain
  118. Dissociative experiences and quality of life in patients with non-epileptic attack disorder
  119. Predictors during childhood of future health-related quality of life in adults with Gilles de la Tourette syndrome
  120. The evolving discipline and services of neuropsychiatry in the United Kingdom
  121. What Patients With Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome Should Be Treated With Deep Brain Stimulation and What Is the Best Target?
  122. Hyperfamiliarity in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy
  123. Treatment practices in Tourette syndrome: The European perspective
  124. Behavioral Adverse Effects of Antiepileptic Drugs in Epilepsy
  125. Pharmacotherapeutic and Non-Pharmacological Options for Refractory and Difficult-to-Treat Seizures
  126. From ipse dixit to evidence-based guidelines: On the optimal management of Tourette syndrome
  127. Epileptic aura and qualitative alterations of consciousness in focal seizures: A neuropsychiatric approach
  128. Beneficial and Adverse Psychotropic Effects of Antiepileptic Drugs in Patients with Epilepsy
  129. Prevalence and phenomenology of eye tics in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome
  130. The assessment of consciousness during partial seizures
  131. Brain Stimulation for Basal Ganglia Disorders
  132. Impulse-Control Disorders in Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome
  133. Tourette Syndrome
  134. Dyskinesias and Treatment with Pramipexole in Patients with Parkinson's Disease
  135. Good Response to Clonidine in Tourette Syndrome Associated With Chromosomal Translocation Involving the IMMP2L Gene
  136. The Effects of Comorbid Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder on Quality of Life in Tourette Syndrome
  137. Cognitive Function During Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Treatment-Refractory Epilepsy: A Pilot Study Using the Critical Flicker Fusion Test
  138. What makes a simple partial seizure complex?
  139. The Patient’s Brain: The Neuroscience Behind the Doctor-Patient Relationship
  140. The role of impulse control disorders in Tourette syndrome: An exploratory study
  141. Functional Connectivity and Coactivation of the Nucleus Accumbens: A Combined Functional Connectivity and Structure-Based Meta-analysis
  142. What Does Epilepsy Tell Us About the Neural Correlates of Consciousness?
  143. The neurophilosophy of epileptic experiences
  144. Cardiovascular safety of aripiprazole and pimozide in young patients with Tourette syndrome
  145. Gates and Rowan's non-epileptic seizures
  146. Social reasoning in Tourette syndrome
  147. Brain mechanisms of impaired consciousness in epilepsy
  148. Altered subjective fear responses in Huntington’s disease
  149. European clinical guidelines for Tourette syndrome and other tic disorders. Part IV: deep brain stimulation
  150. Paligraphia and written jocularity in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome
  151. Self-, parent-, and teacher-reported behavioral symptoms in youngsters with Tourette syndrome: A case-control study
  152. Prognosis and Outcome Predictors in Psychogenic Nonepileptic Seizures
  153. The prevalence and clinical characteristics of punding in Parkinson's disease
  154. Epilepsy and Disorders of Consciousness
  155. Epilepsy: The Quintessential Pathology of Consciousness
  156. Impulse Control Disorders Following Deep Brain Stimulation of the Subthalamic Nucleus in Parkinson's Disease: Clinical Aspects
  157. Tourette Syndrome
  158. Brain Mechanisms of Altered Consciousness in Focal Seizures
  159. Consciousness: A Neurological Perspective
  160. An approach to deep brain stimulation for severe treatment-refractory Tourette syndrome: the UK perspective
  161. Catatonia in Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition
  162. Clinical correlates of quality of life in Tourette syndrome
  163. Psychiatry as Cognitive Neuroscience: Philosophical Perspectives
  164. Ictal consciousness in epilepsy and nonepileptic attack disorder
  165. Causes and consequences of depression in multiple sclerosis
  166. Functional Connectivity of the Posteromedial Cortex
  167. Impaired Comprehension of Nonliteral Language in Tourette Syndrome
  168. Epileptic seizures and spirit possession in Haitian culture: Report of four cases and review of the literature
  169. Pathological laughter in Gilles de la Tourette syndrome: An unusual phonic tic
  170. “Trousseau's disease:” A description of the gilles de la tourette syndrome 12 years before 1885
  171. The “imprisoned illness:” Motor tic disorder in Rainer Maria Rilke's Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge
  172. Interictal dysphoric disorder and periictal dysphoric symptoms in patients with epilepsy
  173. Gilles de la Tourette: The man behind the syndrome
  174. Famous people with Gilles de la Tourette syndrome?
  175. Neurosurgical treatment for Gilles de la Tourette syndrome: The Italian perspective
  176. The many faces of Gilles de la Tourette syndrome
  177. The international prevalence, epidemiology, and clinical phenomenology of Tourette syndrome: A cross-cultural perspective
  178. Neuropsychological aspects of Tourette syndrome: A review
  179. Influence of sympathetic autonomic arousal on tics: Implications for a therapeutic behavioral intervention for Tourette syndrome
  180. Anatomy of neuropsychiatry: The new anatomy of the basal forebrain and its implications for neuropsychiatric illness
  181. Manic/hypomanic symptoms and quality of life measures in patients with epilepsy
  182. Brain mechanisms of altered conscious states during epileptic seizures
  183. Neuropsychiatric-developmental model for the expression of tics, pervasive developmental disorder, and schizophreniform symptomatology associated with PANDAS
  184. On the prevalence of bipolar disorder in epilepsy
  185. Air swallowing as a tic
  186. Hassler and Dieckmann's seminal paper on stereotactic thalamotomy for Gilles de la Tourette syndrome: Translation and critical reappraisal
  187. Clinical correlates of pathological gambling symptoms in patients with epilepsy
  188. The Disaster was my Fault!
  189. Anger symptoms and “delinquent” behavior in Tourette syndrome with and without attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
  190. Clinical and psychopathological definition of the interictal dysphoric disorder of epilepsy
  191. Behavioral correlates of posteromedial parietal cortex hypometabolism in a family with idiopathic basal ganglia calcifications
  192. Catatonic Signs in Gilles De La Tourette Syndrome
  193. Book Review
  194. Chapter 3.7 The role of the precuneus in episodic memory
  195. The Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome: a principal component factor analytic study of a large pedigree
  196. Uneven focal shoe deterioration in Tourette syndrome
  197. Psychopharmacology of topiramate: from epilepsy to bipolar disorder
  198. Essentials of neuroimaging for clinical practice. Edited by D. D. Dougherty, S. L. Rauch, and J. F. Rosenbaum. American Psychiatric Publishing, Washington, DC, 2004. Pages: 176
  199. Mental and Behavioral Dysfunction in Movement Disorders. Edited by M-A Bédard, Y. Agid, S. Chouinard, S. Fahn, A. D. Korczyn and P. Lespérance. Humana Press, Totowa, NJ, 2003. Pages: 561
  200. Obsessionality, obsessive–compulsive disorder, and temporal lobe epilepsy
  201. Consciousness, epilepsy, and emotional qualia
  202. Expectation modulates the response to subthalamic nucleus stimulation in Parkinsonian patients