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Researcher Profile - Kiumars Lalezarzadeh

First Name:Kiumars
Last Name:Lalezarzadeh
Advanced Degrees:M.A., Ph.D.
Affiliation:BHITS, Q's Ministry, NIHARD-pending, CBAS / ADHC
Department:Pastoral Care
Street Address 1:10940 Wilshire Blvd
Street Address 2:Suite 600
City:Los Angeles
Zip/Postal Code:90024
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Member reports no financial or other potential conflicts of interest. [Last Modified: 16 March 2015]
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Clinical Interests:
Research Focus:
Work Sector(s):
Non-profit, Health Center
Reasearcher Bio
MA SUNY at Stony Brook
PhD Suny at Stony Brook

Assistant Professor, SUNY, CUNY
Associate Professor, LIU
Pastor, ULC
Consultant, CBAS/ADHC
Top Papers
1) R. Contrast Effect Going from an Inhibitory to Facilitatory Operant or Vice Versa as a Function of Reproductive or Aggressive Rfs: Another Account of Response Motivation Incompatibility and Operant-Respondent Interaction. EPAPublication, N.J., (1990, March, Philadelphia, PA., convention proceedings, No. 61, 9). Masters Thesis (1989, State University of New York at Stony Brook).

2) Male Fighting Fish Choose Aggressive Manipulanda (Self-Image) Predicting Conspecifics but Habituation of Aggression Potentiates Choice for Female (sexual) Place. APS, Washington, D.C. (1990, June, Dallas, TX., convention proceedings, No. 2).

3) Tolman's Systematicity Accommodates the Misb. of Organisms. Paper Session: "Global Concepts and Purposive B. in Ps's History." APA Publication, Washington, D.C. (1990, August, Boston, MA., convention proceedings, No. 98).

4) B Imaging of Conflict Between Aggressive and Sexual M. American Association for Advancement of Science Publication, Washington, D.C., Science Innovation: The Conference on Research Techniques (1993, August, Boston, MA, convention proceedings, No. 93-21-S).

5) Reproductive and Aggressive Rfs of "Inside" and "Outside" Nest-Bubble Building in a Teleost Fish: With Neurohormonal and Pharmacological Hypothesis. University of Michigan International Publication, Dissertation (1995, Ann Arbor, MI., No.9705060).
What are the top three papers (not yours) you have read recently?
Henmi, Y. (2008). Prodromal Symptoms of Relapse in Schizophrenic Outpatients: Retrospective and Prospective Study. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences, 47(4), 753-775.

Gumley, A., White, C. A., Power, K. (1999). An interacting cognitive subsystems model of relapse and the course of psychosis. Clinical P & P therapy, 6(4), 261-278.

Parnas, J., Vianin, P., Sæbye, D., Jansson, L., Larsen, A. V., Bovet, P. (2008). Visual binding abilities in the initial and advanced stages of schizophrenia. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica, 103(3), 171-180.
If resources were not limited, what research projects would you pursue?
Systems interaction between neurochemohormonal basis for reproduction and aggression in an acquisition paradigm.
What is your leading hypothesis?
The conflict between actions and e,s.
What piece of missing evidence would help prove it?
The neurochemohormonal basis.
What is your fallback position?
Acquisition theory, PsSom.

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