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I was born and raised in Tehran Iran .I came to the U.S in 1976 to study psychology. With time decided to hang my hat here and became a U.S. citizen.
My areas of interest in psychology are varied. However I mostly work with stroke patients. I minored in history and Anthropology in college. I worked as a clinical neuropsychologist and as an assistant professor of psychology in Northeastern Ohio Medical University. I have written articles, books, and Invented treatments for serious neurological conditions.Currently my focus is on research for treatment of hemianopsia.
I fought in Iranian revolution, Iranian politics and American politics. However, politics has a second place in my life and is replaced by research in my field.
(14 comments) SHARE Saturday, November 5, 2016 Diagnostic status of Donald Trump
This article is about vivid psychiatric and psychological problem of Donald Trump. My hope is that by writing them in a methodological language spell them out for all people to know what they are dealing with
(1 comments) SHARE Wednesday, September 28, 2016 Treatment of post dominant hand stroke syndrome with Depakote
Behavioral problems associated with treating patients suffering from right-hemisphere stroke (or trauma) make the treatment of the patient difficult if not impossible. Depending on the site of the injury, age, and sex, various symptoms can appear with different intensities.
(4 comments) SHARE Sunday, August 14, 2011 Breakthrough treatment for Hemianopia
The last real treatment taking care of this neurological condition was introduction of L-dopa in 1964. During the last fifty years there have been tremendous achievements in diagnosis of this neurological problem, from CT scan, to Functional MRI. There are a wide variety of diagnostic instruments, however the treatments have been marginal and there has been no real breakthrough until now.
(10 comments) SHARE Friday, March 26, 2010 Iranian People's Struggle for Freedom, Part VI: The1953 MI6 - CIA, Coup in Iran
I am convinced that the 1953 MI6/CIA coup had the most massive, irreversible, and destructive, impact on all the countries of the Middle East as well as the United States. The damage is so profound and so horrific that its unintended consequences will never get buried in history books. Nothing has changed. The U.S. continues to befriend the trash of the Middle East.
(2 comments) SHARE Friday, March 5, 2010 THE IRANIAN PEOPLE'S STRUGGLE FOR FREEDOM, PART V:
The Soviets, after several attempts, were able to get two nuclei of the communist party planted in Iran, One was civilian and other was in the army. This article is about the Iranian communist party (Tudeh party) and the dirty work of cold war.
SHARE Wednesday, February 10, 2010 Iranian government turning off communication
Observers inside Iran say the government is disrupting vital communications links, including the internet and mobile-phone service in an effort to keep the opposition off guard.
(10 comments) SHARE Monday, February 8, 2010 Neuropsychology of Ayatollah Rohollah Khomeini
Ayatollah Khomeini's fame in western countries is mostly related to the events which took place from 1979 to 1982. However, he had been a part of Iranian politics since the early 1950's. His introduction to western media was due to his leadership during the Iranian revolution of 1979.
(4 comments) SHARE Tuesday, February 2, 2010 My Big Fat Persian Wedding
The reason for this article is to try to demonstrate how our mind, the people of ancient countries work. Iranians historically have been proud people .We managed to Survive Alexander the freak, Islam and Changes Khan.But "what the heck happened"?
SHARE Saturday, January 23, 2010 The Iranian People's Struggle for Freedom, Part IV. Socialism (1)
The blowback from the severe dictatorship of the last 100 years is the main cause of the attraction to socialism. Although the socialist movements consisted of very small cells, the long border with the Soviet Union and the strong desire of Russians to get to the Persian Gulf modified these sporadic movements to serious uprisings which could have easily turned Iran into one of the Soviet Republics.
(16 comments) SHARE Wednesday, January 13, 2010 Charlie Wilson where are you?
I need someone who would listen for a few minutes. You know the place I am talking about, it is Iran. I know that you know the area well, but I just wanted to make sure that you do not end up in one of the capitals of our peaceful neighborhood.
Charlie, hear me out. I have had it with these Ayatollahs.
(2 comments) SHARE Saturday, January 9, 2010 Demonstrations in Tehran:
It was the day of "Ashura" - the most sacred day of the Shiite sect of Islam. Ashura is a day dedicated to those who knowingly choose martyrdom for the cause of God and would not give in to those who are in position of power. This Ashura was not the usual mourning of the saints who were killed 1400 years ago. This year there was a real rebellion against the forces of evil.
(4 comments) SHARE Saturday, December 19, 2009 The History of Iranian people's struggle for freedom
thirty years of total cut on communications and negative propaganda from all sides had caused a black hole in the amount of available information on Iran. Noticing this vacuum of knowledge, I decided to put a simple articletogether regarding Iranian politics and politicians.
(13 comments) SHARE Wednesday, November 25, 2009 The origins of Human Religious Behavior:Part Three
In the last two segments of this article we covered the instinctual nature of human religiosity as well as the neuropsychological basis of human religious behavior. This segment is dedicated the role of religion in man's search for meaning of life and parapsychology.