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PBS. 2013; 3(2): 82-5


Sensorial development hypothesis and a case report

Oğuz Erkan Berksun, Gökben Hızlı Sayar.

Abstract
This article offers a developmental theory of the human brain that is associated with sensorial capabilities. According to this theory, sensorial capacity develops throughout life and has its own sensorial products (drive, motion, emotion, perception). Here we present a female patient with a diagnosis of bipolar disorder manic episode, triggered by sensorial clues.

Key words: sensorial, development, mania



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