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Prof. Dr. Ebru Şalcıoğlu

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Prof. Dr. Ebru Şalcıoğlu bilişsel ve davranışçı terapiler uzmanı bir klinisyen, süpervizor, eğitmen ve çok sayıda uluslararası bilimsel araştırma projesini yönetmiş bir bilim insanıdır. Prof. Dr. Metin Başoğlu ile birlikte Kontrol Odaklı Davranış Tedavisi’ni ve bu tedavinin farklı uygulamalarını geliştirmiş olan Şalcıoğlu aynı zamanda Türkiye’de ve yurtdışında 4 farklı üniversitede davetli olarak  yüksek lisans ve doktora düzeyinde ders vermektedir.

Klinik Psikolog Prof. Dr. Ebru Şalcıoğlu psikoloji lisans ve klinik psikoloji yüksek lisans eğitimlerini Boğaziçi Üniversitesi’nde, doktora ve post-doktora eğitimlerini İngiltere’de Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, London’da (Psikiyatri Enstitüsü, Londra Üniversitesi) tamamladı ve akademik hayatını 2004 ile 2014 yılları arasında bu üniversitede sürdürdü. Şalcıoğlu bu dönemde aynı üniversiteye bağlı Section of Trauma Studies’in (Travma Araştırmaları Bölümü) uluslararası projelerinin merkezi olan DABATEM‘de Proje Yöneticisi olarak da çalıştı.

Şalcıoğlu; deprem, savaş, işkence, politik şiddet, cinsel ve cinsiyet temelli şiddet sonrası ortaya çıkan travma sonrası stres hastalığının etiyolojisine ve tedavisine yönelik çok sayıda uluslararası proje yürüttü. Kitlesel travma mağdurlarının kısa sürede etkili bir şekilde tedavi edilebilmesi için Prof. Dr. Metin Başoğlu (Section of Trauma Studies, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London bölüm başkanı) ile birlikte Kontrol Odaklı Davranış Terapisi’ni ve bu tedavinin farklı uygulamalarını geliştirdi.

Araştırmalarını Sosyal Bilimler Atıf Endeksi kapsamındaki uluslararası hakemli dergilerde, uluslararası kitap bölümlerinde ve Cambridge Üniversitesi Yayınevi tarafından çıkarılan ‘A Mental Healthcare Model for Mass Trauma Survivors: Control-Focused Behavioral Treatment of Earthquake, War and Torture Trauma’ isimli kitabında yayınladı. Şalcıoğlu 40’ı aşan sayıda uluslararası bilimsel dergiye danışmanlık ve Amerikan Psikoloji Birliği (APA) tarafından yayınlanan Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology dergisine 2 yıl danışman editörlük yaptı.

Davranış terapisi ve bilişsel-davranışçı terapi uygulamaları üzerine uzmanlığı olan Şalcıoğlu European Federation of Psychological Associations lisanslı bir klinisyendir. Psikolojik travma vakaları ile birlikte anksiyete (kaygı) hastalıkları, obsesif-kompülsif hastalık, uzamış (patolojik) yas, yeme hastalıkları ve depresyon tedavisinde kapsamlı klinik deneyime sahiptir. Ayrıca, borderline (sınırda) kişilik patolojileri için Diyalektik Davranış Terapisi (Dialectical Behavior Therapy) uygulamaktadır.

2012 yılından bu yana Türkiye’de ve yurtdışında çeşitli üniversitelerde davetli olarak ders veren Şalcıoğlu halen Abo Akademi, Vaasa, Finlandiya’da Peace, Conflict & Mediation yüksek lisans, İstanbul Bilgi Üniversitesi Ruhsal Travma yüksek lisans, Bahçeşehir Üniversitesi Klinik Psikoloji yüksek lisans, Arel Üniversitesi Klinik Psikoloji doktora programlarında Bilişsel ve Davranışçı Terapi dersleri ve süpervizyon vermektedir. Bunun yanı sıra Türkiye’de bilimsel temelli tedavilerin yaygınlaştırılması amacıyla ruh sağlığı alanında öğrenim gören ve bu alanda çalışan uzmanlara eğitimler düzenlemektedir.

KİTAPLAR

  1. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E. (2011) A mental healthcare model for mass trauma survivors: Control-focused behavioral treatment of earthquake, war, and torture trauma. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

TEDAVİ EL KİTAPLARI

  1. Başoğlu M and Şalcıoğlu E. (2011) Helping people recover from earthquake trauma – Control-Focused Behavioural Treatment Manual. In: Başoğlu M and Şalcıoğlu E. A mental health care model for mass trauma survivors: Control-focused behavioral treatment of earthquake, war, and torture trauma. Cambridge University Press.
  2. Başoğlu M and Şalcıoğlu E. (2011) Recovering from earthquake trauma – A self-help manual. In: Başoğlu M and Şalcıoğlu E. A mental health care model for mass trauma survivors: Control-focused behavioral treatment of earthquake, war, and torture trauma. Cambridge University Press.

BİLİMSEL MAKALELER

Sosyal Bilimler Atıf Endeksindeki Bilimsel Dergilerdeki Araştırma Yazıları

  1. Şalcıoğlu, E., Urhan, S., Pirinççioğlu, T., & Aydın, Ş. Anticipatory fear and helplessness predict PTSD and depression in domestic violence survivors. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, & Policy. IN PRESS
  2. Letica-Crepulja, M, Şalcıoğlu E, Frančišković T, Basoglu M. (2011) Factors associated with posttraumatic stress disorder and depression in war-survivors displaced in Croatia. Croatian Medical Journal, 52 (6), 709-717.
  3. Rosendal S, Şalcıoğlu E, Andersen HS, Mortensen EL. (2011) Exposure characteristics and peri-trauma emotional reactions during 2004 tsunami in Southeast Asia: What predicts posttraumatic stress and depressive symptoms? Comprehensive Psychiatry, 52, 630-637.
  4. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. (2010) Control focused behavioral treatment of earthquake survivors using live exposure to conditioned and simulated unconditioned stimuli. CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking, 13, 13-19.
  5. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M. (2009) Single case experimental studies of a self-help manual for traumatic stress in earthquake survivors. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 40, 50-58.
  6. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. (2008) Psychological effects of earthquakes on children: Prospects for brief behavioral treatment. World Journal of Pediatrics, 4, 165-172. [Invited article]
  7. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M, Livanou M. (2008) Psychosocial determinants of relocation in survivors of the 1999 earthquake in Turkey. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 196, 55-61.
  8. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M, Livanou M. (2007) Effects of live exposure on symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder: The role of reduced behavioral avoidance in improvement. Behavior Research and Therapy, 45, 2268-2279.
  9. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M, Livanou M. (2007) Post-traumatic stress disorder and comorbid depression among survivors of the 1999 earthquake in Turkey, Disasters, 31, 115-129.
  10. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M. (2007) A randomized controlled study of single-session behavioral treatment of earthquake-related posttraumatic stress using an earthquake simulator. Psychological Medicine, 37, 203-214.
  11. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M, Kalender D, Acar G (2005) Single-session behavioral treatment of earthquake-related posttraumatic stress disorder: A randomized waiting list controlled trial. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 18, 1-11.
  12. Başoğlu M, Kılıç C, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M. (2004) Prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder and comorbid depression in earthquake survivors in Turkey: An epidemiological study. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 17, 133-141.
  13. Başoğlu M, Livanou M, Şalcıoğlu E. (2003) A single-session with an earthquake simulator for traumatic stress in earthquake survivors. American Journal of Psychiatry, 160, 788-790.
  14. Başoğlu M, Livanou M, Şalcıoğlu E, Kalender D. (2003) A brief behavioral treatment of chronic posttraumatic stress disorder in earthquake survivors: Results from an open clinical trial. Psychological Medicine, 33, 647-654
  15. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M, Livanou M. (2003) Long-term psychological outcome in non-treatment-seeking earthquake survivors in Turkey. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 191, 154-160
  16. Livanou M, Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Kalender D. (2002) Traumatic stress responses in treatment-seeking earthquake survivors in Turkey. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 190, 816-823.
  17. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M. (2002) Traumatic stress responses in earthquake survivors in Turkey. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 15, 269-276.
  18. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M, et al. (2001) A study of the validity of a screening instrument for traumatic stress in earthquake survivors. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 14, 491-509.

KİTAPLARDA BÖLÜMLER

  1. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. Domestic violence versus torture – A comparative study. In M Basoglu (Ed), Torture And Its Definition In International Law: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Oxford University Press. İn Press.
  2. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. (2013). Current State of the Art in the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. In F Durbano (Ed), New Insights into Anxiety Disorders. Rijeka: InTech, 379-406 (invited, peer-reviewed chapter).
  3. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. (2009) Treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder. In JH Stone, M Blouin (Eds), International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) & L’Institut de Réadaptation en Déficience physique de Québec. Available online at http://cirrie.buffalo.edu/encyclopedia/article.php?id=106&language=en (invited, peer-reviewed chapter).
  4. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M. (2009) Advances in our understanding of earthquake trauma and its treatment – A self-help model of mental health care for survivors. In Y Neria, S Galea, F Norris (Eds), Mental Health and Disasters. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp 396-418. (invited, peer-reviewed chapter).
  5. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. (2007) Brief behavioral treatments of earthquake survivors. In U Niaz (Ed.), Pakistan Earthquake 2005-The Day the Mountains Moved: International Perspectives on Handling Psycho-Trauma. SAMA Editorial and Publishing Services, pp 200-220.
  6. Şalcıoğlu E. (2001) Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Empirical findings [In Turkish: Travma sonrası stres bozukluğu: Ampirik bulgular,]. In T Aker, ME Önder (Eds.), Psychological Trauma and its Consequences, Istanbul: 5US yayinlari (pp 65-77)

TÜRKÇE MAKALELER

  1. Şalcıoğlu E. (2003). Psikiyatrik Sorunlarda Davranışçı Yaklaşım: Kuramlar ve Kuramlara Göre Tedavi Uygulamaları. Journal of Psychiatry Psychology and Psychopharmachology, 11(2), 19-29. [Invited Review]
  2. Şalcıoğlu, E. (2001). Travma ve Bilişsel Davranışçı Tedavi. Toplum ve Bilim, 90, 91-104.

 

  1. Şalcıoğlu, E., Başoğlu, M. ‘Behavioural Treatment of Traumatized Refugees: Results from an Outcome Evaluation Study.’ 46th European Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Congress, Stockholm:, Sweeden: August 31-September 3, 2016
  2. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. Behavioral Treatment of Traumatized Refugees: Results from an Outcome Evaluation Study. Oral presentation, XIV Conference of European Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Vilnius, Lithuania: June 10-13, 2015.
  3. Şalcıoğlu, E. Mechanisms of Efficacy of Trauma-Focused Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies. Invited Lecture, Üniversiteler Psikolojik Danışma ve Rehberlik Sempozyumu. Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey: April 9-10, 2015.
  4. Şalcıoğlu, E. Control-Focused Behavioral Treatment of Mass Trauma Survivors: Theory, Practice, and Evidence for Efficacy. Invited Workshop, Üniversiteler Psikolojik Danışma ve Rehberlik Sempozyumu. Anadolu University, Eskişehir, Turkey: April 9-10, 2015.
  5. Şalcıoğlu E. Culture specific issues in application of cognitive and behavioral therapies. Workshop, 3rd National Congress of the Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies, Istanbul, Turkey: November 14-17, 201.
  6. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E. Recent advances in brief treatment of mass trauma survivors: A resilience-building self-help model of survivor care. Invited Workshop, United Nations Staff and Stress Counsellors Special Interest Group (SSCG) 12th Annual meeting, Istanbul, Turkey: October 11-14, 2011.
  7. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. A dismantling meta-analysis of cognitive behavioural interventions for posttraumatic stress disorder. Oral Presentation, 12th European Conference of Psychology, Istanbul, Turkey: July 4-8, 2011.
  8. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. What works best in cognitive behavioral treatment? A meta-analysis of therapeutic ingredients of treatment protocols for PTSD. Oral Presentation, 12th European Conference of Traumatic Stress, Vienna, Austria: June 2-5, 2011.
  9. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. Control-Focused Behavioural Treatment of female war survivors with torture and rape experience: Four case studies. Case Study Presentation, 12th European Conference of Traumatic Stress, Vienna, Austria: June 2-5, 2011.
  10. Şalcıoğlu E. Mental health consequences of earthquakes and their effective treatment: A Control-Focused Behavioural Treatment approach. Invited Lecture, II Thematic Conference of the Italian Society for Psychosocial Rehabilitation, L’Aquila, Italy: September 16-18, 2010.
  11. Şalcıoğlu E. Cognitive effects of earthquakes in Turkey – The relationship between lack of redress for trauma and posttrauma psychopathology. Oral presentation, World Psychiatric Association International Congress (pp 232), Istanbul, Turkey: July 12-16 2006.
  12. Şalcıoğlu E. Psychological responses to earthquakes in Turkey – Development of a psychological treatment model. Symposium chaired at National Congress of Psychology, Istanbul, Turkey: September 7-11 2004.
  13. Şalcıoğlu E. Development of a psychological treatment model for survivors of earthquake. Oral presentation at the symposium ‘Psychological responses to earthquakes in Turkey – Development of a psychological treatment model’. National Congress of Psychology (pp 82), Istanbul, Turkey: September 7-11 2004.
  14. Acar G, Şalcıoğlu E, Kalender D, Başoğlu M. Behavioral treatment of prolonged grief and posttraumatic stress disorder in earthquake survivors. Poster presentation, 39th National Psychiatric Congress (pp 266-270). Antalya, Turkey: 14-19 October 2003.
  15. The effect of beliefs, attribution of responsibility, redress and compensation on posttraumatic stress disorder in earthquake survivors in Turkey. Oral Presentation at the symposium ‘Social Change in Turkey’ chaired by Gündüz Vassaf. 1st Postgraduate Conference, Istanbul Bilgi University, Istanbul, Turkey: 10-11 September 2003.
  16. Şalcıoğlu E. Cognitive behavioral treatment modalities for posttraumatic stress disorder. Oral Presentation at the symposium ‘Cognitive behavioral treatment with difficult cases’ chaired by Prof. Mehmet Z. Sungur. Spring Symposia – VII (pp 49), Antalya, Turkey: 23-27 April 2003.
  17. Şalcıoğlu E. The effectiveness of brief behavioral treatment in earthquake survivors. Invited Lecture, Psychological Trauma MeetingsI, Izmit, Turkey: 27-28 September 2002.
  18. Şalcıoğlu E. Cognitive theories of posttraumatic stress disorder. Invited Lecture, Psychological Trauma MeetingsI, Izmit, Turkey: 27-28 September 2002
  19. The effectiveness of a single session behavioral treatment in the treatment of PTSD: preliminary findings from a controlled clinical trial. Oral Presentation at the symposium ‘Earthquakes in Turkey: 1999-2002’ chaired by A. Tamer Aker. Spring Symposia – VI (pp 47), Antalya, Turkey: 24-28 April 2002.
  20. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M, Kılıç C. Psychological responses to earthquakes in Turkey: Assessment and Treatment. Oral Presentation at the symposium chaired by Metin Başoğlu. 31st Annual Conference of the European Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy (pp 52), Istanbul, Turkey: 11-15 September 2001.
  21. Başoğlu M, Livanou M, Şalcıoğlu E, Kılıç C. Psychological responses to earthquakes in Turkey: Assessment and Treatment. Oral Presentation at the symposium chaired by Metin Başoğlu. 7th European Conference on Traumatic Stress (proceedings SY5), Edinburgh, Scotland: 26-29 May 2001.
  22. Şalcıoğlu E. Development of a screening instrument for traumatic stress in earthquake survivors. Oral Presentation at the symposium ‘Psychological Responses to Earthquakes in Turkey: Assessment and Treatment’ chaired by Metin Başoğlu. Spring Symposia – V (proceedings pp 21), Antalya, Turkey: 24-29 April 2001.
  23. Başoğlu M, Kılıç C, Kalender D, Aksoy A, Sorgun E, Erken S, Şalcıoğlu E. Behavioral group psychotherapy of traumatic stress in earthquake survivors: preliminary findings. Oral presentation. 36th National Psychiatric Congress (pp 75). Antalya, Turkey: 3-7 October 2000.
  24. Başoğlu M, Kılıç C, Erken S, Şalcıoğlu E. Psyhcological effects of earthquakes: an epidemiological study. Oral presentation. 36th National Psychiatric Congress. Antalya, 3-7 October 2000.
  25. Kılıç C, Şalcıoğlu E. Psychological Consequences of the 1999 Earthquake in Turkey: the ICBRT Experience. Presented at the symposium presentation ‘Earthquake and Trauma’ chaired by Prof. Orhan Öztürk. Spring Symposia – IV, Antalya, Turkey: 26-30 April 2000.

Prof. Dr. Metin Başoğlu

Bilimsel Danışman

Prof. Dr. Metin Başoğlu anksiyete hastalıkları, psikolojik travma ve travma sonrası ruhsal sorunların tedavisi konularında uluslararası bir otorite olarak tanınmaktadır. Kitlesel travma mağdurlarının tedavisi için yenilikçi tedaviler geliştiren Başoğlu, özellikle işkence konusunda yaptığı araştırmalarla tıp, psikiyatri, insan hakları, sosyal bilimler ve siyaset biliminin kesiştiği noktada yeni bir bilimsel disiplin yaratmıştır.

Prof. Dr. Metin Başoğlu 1973’te Hacettepe Tıp Fakültesi’nden mezun oldu. Psikiyatri uzmanlığını İstanbul Üniversitesi’nden aldı. 1984’te Londra Üniversitesi Psikiyatri Enstitüsü’nde çalışmaya başladı. Panik hastalığı, agorafobi, fobiler, obsesif-kompülsif hastalık, depresyon ve travma sonrası stres hastalığı gibi ruhsal sorunların fenomenolojisi ve davranışçı tedavisi konusunda uluslararası saygın dergilerde birçok araştırma yazısı yayınladı.  1998’de Londra Üniversitesi Psikiyatri Enstitüsü’nde Travma Araştırmaları Bölümü’nü kurarak 2005 yılına kadar başkanlığını yaptı. Anksiyete hastalıkları ve kitlesel travmaların davranışçı tedavisi konusunda Türkiye’de bir uzmanlık alanı oluşturmak amacıyla Davranış Bilimleri Araştırma ve Tedavi Merkezi’ni (DABATEM) kurdu.

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Başoğlu, anksiyete hastalıkları konusunda yaptığı çalışmalara ek olarak, 1980’li yılların sonlarına doğru politik şiddet ve işkence konusunda çalışmalar başlattı. Bu araştırmalarla anksiyete ve korkunun hayvan modelleri ile işkence altında insan deneyimi arasındaki benzerlikleri inceleyerek, insanda işkencenin etkilerini açıklayan bir kuram geliştirdi. Bu kuramı, editörlüğünü yaptığı, 1992 yılında Cambridge University Press tarafından yayınlanan, ve işkence konusunda halen klasik bir referans kaynağı olan Torture and Its Consequences: Current Treatment Approaches adlı kitabında yayınladı. Bu kitapla başlayan süreçte, tıp, psikiyatri, insan hakları, sosyal bilimler ve siyaset biliminin kesiştiği noktada yeni bir bilimsel disiplin yarattı ve işkencenin ruhsal etkileri üzerine bu alanda öncü nitelikte bilimsel araştırmalar yayınladı. Bu çalışmalarının kapsamını genişleterek 1996’da, eski Yugoslavya ülkelerinde savaş travmasının yarattığı ruh sağlığı sorunlarını ve etkili tedavi yöntemlerini araştırmak amacıyla, uluslararası işbirliğiyle gerçekleştirilen, dört merkezli bir araştırma programı başlattı. Türkiye’de 1999 depremlerinden sonra deprem travmasına yönelik, etkili ve kısa süreli tedavileri içeren bir ruh sağlığı modeli geliştirmek amacıyla ikinci bir büyük araştırma programı başlattı. Bu programlar kapsamında 10 yıl içinde 40’tan fazla araştırma projesi gerçekleştirdi.

 

Archives of General Psychiatry (yeni adıyla JAMA Psychiatry) adlı Amerikan dergisinde 2007’de yayınladığı bir araştırma makalesinde, uluslararası hukukta “zalimane, insanlık dışı veya onur kırıcı” (“cruel, inhuman, and degrading”) olarak tanımlanan kötü muamelelerin kısa ve uzun vadeli psikolojik etkileri açısından fiziksel işkenceden farklı olmadığını bilimsel olarak gösterdi. Bu makale, Amerika’da 11 Eylül olayları sonrası ortaya çıkan işkencenin tanımı konusundaki tartışmalara bilimsel bir yaklaşım getiren ilk çalışma olması ve Bush yönetimi döneminde kullanılan “etkisi arttırılmış sorgulama teknikleri”ne (“enhanced interrogation techniques”) yönelik politikaları doğrudan ilgilendirmesi nedeniyle dünya basınında geniş yer buldu ve insan hakları alanında yaygın etki yaptı. 2009’da yayınladığı ikinci bir makale ile ilk çalışmanın bulgularını bir kere daha doğruladı.

 

Başoğlu’nun kariyerine yön veren en önemli amaç, dünyada sayıları milyonlara ulaşan kitlesel travma mağdurlarına etkili bir tedaviyi en yaygın biçimde ve en düşük maliyetle iletilebilmesini sağlayacak bir ruh sağlığı modeli geliştirmek oldu. Türkiye’de 1999 depremlerinden sonra ekibiyle yaptığı çalışmalar sonucu Kontrol Odaklı Davranış Tedavisi’ni ve bu tedavinin değişik klinik ve alan uygulamalarını geliştirdi. Bu araştırmaların sonuçlarını, 2011 yılında Prof. Dr. Ebru Şalcıoğlu ile birlikte hazırladığı, A Mental Healthcare Model for Mass Trauma Survivors: Control-Focused Behavioral Treatment of Earthquake, War, and Torture Trauma (Cambridge University Press) adlı kitapta yayınladı. Bu ruh sağlığı modelinin savaş ve işkence travmasına yönelik olarak da kullanılabilmesini sağlamak amacıyla, 2010-2015 yıllarında, Prof. Dr. Ebru Şalcıoğlu yönetiminde, Kontrol Odaklı Davranış Tedavisi’nin sığınmacı ve mültecilerde yararını incelemeye yönelik bir araştırma programı gerçekleştirdi. Bu araştırma ortalama 6 seanslık tedavi ile savaş, işkence ve tecavüz travmasına bağlı travmatik stres ve depresyon belirtilerinde ileri derecede iyileşme sağlanabildiğini gösterdi.

 

Yaptığı araştırmalarla anksiyete hastalıkları ve kitlesel travmalar konusunda uluslararası bir otorite olarak tanınan Başoğlu, son 5 yıl içinde, Oxford University Press New York tarafından gelen bir davet üzerine, işkencenin tanımını davranış bilimleri ve uluslararası hukuk açılarından ele alan Torture and Its Definition in International Law: An Interdisciplinary Approach  başlıklı bir kitap üzerinde çalıştı. Uluslararası alanda tanınmış ruh sağlığı, insan hakları ve üst düzey Birleşmiş Milletler hukuk uzmanlarının da katkılarıyla hazırlanarak Ağustos 2017’de yayınlanan bu kitap, Başoğlu’nun psikolojik travma ve işkence konularında yaptığı çalışmalardan kaynaklanan bilgi ve deneyimlerini bir araya getirerek, uluslararası hukuk alanında sağlam bir kuramsal temele ve bilimsel kanıtlara dayalı bir işkence anlayışı kazandırmayı amaçlamaktadır.

 

Başoğlu halen emeritüs profesör olarak DABATEM’in bilimsel danışmanlığını yapmaktadır.

KİTAPLAR

 

  1. Başoğlu M (2017)  Torture and its definition in international law: An interdisciplinary approach. Oxford University Press, New York.
  2. Başoğlu M and Şalcıoğlu E (2011) A mental health care model for mass trauma survivors: Control-focused behavioral treatment of earthquake, war, and torture trauma. Cambridge University Press.
  3. Başoğlu M (1992) Torture and Its Consequences: Current Treatment Approaches. Cambridge University Press.

TEDAVİ EL KİTAPLARI

  1. Başoğlu M and Şalcıoğlu E. (2011) Helping people recover from earthquake trauma – Control-Focused Behavioural Treatment Manual. In: Başoğlu M and Şalcıoğlu E. A mental health care model for mass trauma survivors: Control-focused behavioral treatment of earthquake, war, and torture trauma. Cambridge University Press.
  2. Başoğlu M and Şalcıoğlu E. (2011) Recovering from earthquake trauma – A self-help manual. In: Başoğlu M and Şalcıoğlu E. A mental health care model for mass trauma survivors: Control-focused behavioral treatment of earthquake, war, and torture trauma. Cambridge University Press.

MAKALELER

Psikolojik travma

  1. Başoğlu M. (2017) Effective management of breathlessness: A review of potential human rights issues. European Respiratory Journal,
  2. Başoğlu M. (2017) Introduction. In M. Başoğlu (Ed.), Torture and Its Definition in International Law: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Oxford University Press, New York.
  3. Başoğlu M. (2017) A theory- and evidence-based approach to definition of torture. In M. Başoğlu (Ed.), Torture and Its Definition in International Law: An Interdisciplinary Approach:. Oxford University Press, New York.
  4. Reyes H & Başoğlu M. (2017) Control as a defining characteristic of torture: A learning theory analysis of the Kubark interrogation manual. In M. Başoğlu (Ed.), Torture and Its Definition in International Law: An Interdisciplinary Approach . Oxford University Press, New York.
  5. Şalcıoğlu E. & Başoğlu M. (2017) Domestic violence and torture: A theoretical and empirical comparison. In M. Başoğlu (Ed.), Torture and Its Definition in International LawAn Interdisciplinary Approach. Oxford University Press, New York.
  6. Başoğlu M. (2017) Definition of torture in US law: Does it provide legal cover for “enhanced interrogation techniques”? In M. Başoğlu (Ed.), Torture and Its Definition in International Law: An Interdisciplinary Approach  . Oxford University Press, New York.
  7. Başoğlu M. (2017) Discussion and conclusions. In M. Başoğlu (Ed.), Torture and Its Definition in International Law: An Interdisciplinary Approach . Oxford University Press, New York.
  8. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. (2013) Current state of the art in the treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. In F. Durbano (Ed), New Insights into Anxiety Disorders. Rijeka: InTech.
  9. Letica-Crepulja M, Şalcıoğlu E, Frančišković T, Başoğlu M (2011) Factors associated with posttraumatic stress disorder and depression in war-survivors displaced in Croatia. Croatian Medical Journal, 52: 709-17.
  10. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M (2011). Control-focused behavioural treatment of female war survivors with torture and gang rape experience: four case studies. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 2 Suppl 1, S192.
  11. Başoğlu M (2010) You can’t fight violence with violence. New Scientist, 10 July 2010, 2768, 22-23.
  12. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M (2010) Control-focused behavioral treatment of earthquake survivors using live exposure to conditioned and simulated unconditioned stimuli. CyberPsychology, Behavior and Social Networking, 13, 13-19.
  13. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M (2009) Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. In JH Stone, M Blouin (Eds.). International Encyclopedia of Rehabilitation. Center for International Rehabilitation Research Information and Exchange (CIRRIE) & L’Institut de Readaptation en Deficience Physique de Quebec. Available online at http://cirrie.buffalo.edu/encyclopedia/article.php?id=106&language=en
  14. Başoğlu M (2009) A multivariate contextual analysis of torture and cruel, inhuman, and degrading treatments: Implications for an evidence-based definition of torture. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 79,2,135-145.
  15. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M (2009) Single-case experimental studies of a self-help manual for traumatic stress in earthquake survivors. Journal of Behaviour Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 40, 50-58.
  16. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E (2009) Advances in our understanding of earthquake trauma and its treatment – A self-help model of mental health care for survivors. In Y. Neria, S. Galea, F. Norris (Eds) Mental Health and Disasters. Cambridge University Press, pp. 396-418.
  17. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M (2008). Psychological effects of earthquakes in children: Prospects for brief behavioural treatment. World Journal of Pediatrics,4 (3), 165-172.
  18. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M, Livanou M (2008) Psychosocial determinants of relocation in 1999 earthquake in Turkey. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 191,55-61.
  19. Başoğlu M (2007) A mental health care model for earthquake survivors. In U. Niaz (Ed.), Pakistan earthquake 2005 –The Day the Mountains moved: International Perspectives on Handling Psychotrauma. SAMA Editorial and Publishing Services, pp.194-199.
  20. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M (2007) Brief behavioural treatments for earthquake survivors. In U. Niaz (Ed.), Pakistan earthquake 2005 –The Day the Mountains moved: International Perspectives on Handling Psychotrauma. SAMA Editorial and Publishing Services, pp.200-220.
  21. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M, Livanou M (2007) Effects of live exposure on symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder: The role of reduced behavioural avoidance in improvement. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45, 2268-79.
  22. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M, Livanou M (2007) Posttraumatic stress disorder and comorbid depression among survivors of the 1999 earthquake in Turkey. Disasters, 31, 115-129.
  23. Başoğlu M, Livanou M, Crnobaric C (2007) Torture versus other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment: Is the distinction real or apparent? Archives of General Psychiatry, 64, 277-285.
  24. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M (2007) A randomized controlled study of single-session behavioral treatment of earthquake-related posttraumatic stress disorder using an earthquake simulator. Psychological Medicine, 37 (2): 203-214.
  25. Başoğlu M (2006) Rehabilitation of traumatised refugees and survivors of torture – After almost two decades we still do not use evidence based treatments. British Medical Journal, 333:1230-1231. (editorial)
  26. Başoğlu M, Livanou M, Crnobaric C, Franciskovic T, Suljic E, Duric D, Vranesic M (2005) Psychiatric and cognitive effects of war in former Yugoslavia – Association of lack of redress for trauma and posttraumatic stress reactions. Journal of American Medical Association, 294,580-590.
  27. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M, Kalender D, Acar G (2005) Single-session behavioral treatment of earthquake-related posttraumatic stress disorder: a randomized waiting list controlled trial. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 18, 1-11.
  28. Livanou M, Kasvikis Y, Başoğlu M, Mytskidou P, Sotiropoulou V, Spanea E, Mitsopoulou T, Voutsa N (2005) Earthquake-related psychological distress and associated factors 4 years after the Parnitha earthquake in Greece. European Psychiatry, 20,137-144.
  29. Başoğlu M (2004) Post-traumatic stress disorder after earthquakes. In M. Lader (Ed.) First Facts Psychiatry Highlights 2003-04. Health Press Ltd, Oxford, pp.61-67.
  30. Başoğlu M, Kılıç, C, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M (2004) Prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder and comorbid depression in earthquake survivors in Turkey: An epidemiological study. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 17(2):133-141.
  31. Başoğlu M, Ekblad S, Bäärnhielm S, Livanou M (2004) Cognitive-behavioral treatment of tortured asylum seekers: A case study. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 18(3),357-369.
  32. Başoğlu M, Livanou M, Şalcıoğlu E (2003) A single session with an earthquake simulator for traumatic stress in earthquake survivors. American Journal of Psychiatry, 160, 788-790.
  33. Başoğlu M, Livanou M, Şalcıoğlu E, Kalender D (2003) A brief behavioural treatment of chronic post-traumatic stress disorder in earthquake survivors: Results from an open clinical trial. Psychological Medicine, 33(4), 647-654.
  34. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M (2002) Traumatic stress responses in survivors of earthquake in Turkey. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 15,269-276.
  35. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M, Livanou M (2003) Long-term psychological outcome in non-treatment-seeking Earthquake survivors in Turkey. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 191(3):154-160
  36. Livanou M, Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Kalender D (2003) Traumatic stress responses in treatment-seeking earthquake survivors in Turkey. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease, 190(12):816-823.
  37. Livanou M, Başoğlu M, Marks IM, De Silva P, Noshirvani H, Lovell K, Thrasher S (2002) Beliefs, sense of control, and treatment outcome in post-traumatic stress disorder. Psychological Medicine, 32,157-165.
  38. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M, Özeren M, Aker T, Kılıç C, Mestçioğlu Ö (2001) A Study of the Validity of a Screening Instrument for Traumatic Stress in Earthquake Survivors in Turkey. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 14, 491-509.
  39. Fairbank JA, Friedman MJ, Başoğlu M (2001) Psychosocial models. In E. Gerrity, T. M. Keane, & F. Tuma (Eds.), The Mental Health Consequences of Torture.  NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, Inc, pp.65-72 (peer reviewed).
  40. Başoğlu M, Jaranson JM, Mollica R, Kastrup M (2001) Torture and mental health: A research overview.  In E. Gerrity, T.M. Keane, & F. Tuma (Eds.), The Mental Health Consequences of Torture.  NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, Inc., pp. 35-62.
  41. Başoğlu M (2001) Psychology of torture and its consequences. In N.J.Smelser & P.B. Baltes, (Eds), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, 15779-15783, Pergamon, Oxford.
  42. Aker AT, Özeren M, Başoğlu M, Kaptanoğlu C, Erol A, Buran B (1999) The Turkish version of Clinician-administered PTSD Scale for DSM-IV: A study of its reliability and validity. Turkish Journal of Psychiatry, 10, 286-293.
  43. Başoğlu M (1998) Behavioral and cognitive treatment of survivors of torture. In J.M. Jaranson and MK Popkin (Eds.), Caring for Victims of Torture. American Psychiatric Press: Washington, DC.
  44. Başoğlu M (1997) Torture as a stressful life event: A review of the current status of knowledge. In TW Miller (Ed.), Stressful Life Events. International Universities Press: New York, pp. 45-70.
  45. Başoğlu M, Mineka S, Paker M, Aker T, Livanou M, Gök S (1997) Psychological preparedness for trauma as a protective factor in survivors of torture. Psychological Medicine, 27,1421-1433.
  46. Başoğlu M, Paker M, Özmen E, Taşdemir Ö, Şahin D, Ceyhanlı A, Incesu C, Sarımurat, N (1996) Appraisal of self, social environment, and State authority as a possible mediator of post-traumatic stress disorder in tortured political activists. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 105(2), 232-236.
  47. Başoğlu M, Aker T (1996) Cognitive-behavioural treatment of torture survivors: A case study. Torture, 6,61-65.
  48. Sarantidis D, Piniou-Kalli M, Pantazis D, Sotiropoulou G, Haritakis G, Tsaklakidou D, Douroukou T, Başoğlu M (1996) Long-term effects of torture of victims during the period of dictatorship in Greece: study design and preliminary data. Torture, 6(1):16-18.
  49. Başoğlu M (1995) The impact of torture experience on psychological adjustment: Approaches to research. In Y. Kasvikis (Ed.), 25 years of Scientific Progress in Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies. Ellinika Grammata: Athens, pp.174-190.
  50. Başoğlu M, Paker M (1995) Severity of trauma as predictor of long-term psychological status in survivors of torture. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 9(4),339-350.
  51. Başoğlu M (1994) Torture and psychiatry: The psychological effects of torture and their treatment. Turkish Journal of Psychiatry, 5(4), 243-250.
  52. Başoğlu M, Paker M, Taşdemir Ö, Özmen E, Şahin D (1994) Factors related to long-term traumatic stress responses in survivors of torture in Turkey. Journal of American Medical Association, 272(5),357-363
  53. Başoğlu M, Paker M, Paker Ö, Özmen E, Marks IM, Incesu C, Sahin D, Sarimurat N (1994) A comparison of tortured with matched non-tortured political activists in Turkey. American Journal of Psychiatry, 151,76-81.
  54. Başoğlu M (1993) Prevention of torture and care of survivors: an integrated approach. Journal of American Medical Association, 270(5), 606-611.
  55. Başoğlu M, Marks IM, Şengün S (1992) Amitriptyline for PTSD in a torture survivor: a case study. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 5,1, 77-83.
  56. Miller T, Başoğlu M (1992) Posttraumatic stress disorder: The impact of life stress events on adjustment. Integrative Psychiatry, 7,207-215.
  57. Başoğlu M (1992) Introduction. In M Başoğlu (Ed.) Torture and Its Consequences: Current Treatment Approaches. Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-8.
  58. Başoğlu M (1992) Post-traumatic stress disorder: Psychobiological theories, recent advances in treatment and current issues. Turkish Journal of Psychiatry, 3, 1,9-21.
  59. Başoğlu M, Mineka S (1992) The role of uncontrollability and unpredictability of stress in the development of post-torture stress symptoms. In M. Başoğlu (Ed.), Torture and Its Consequences: Current Treatment Approaches. Cambridge University Press, pp.182-225.
  60. Başoğlu M (1992) Behavioural and cognitive treatment of PTSD in torture survivors. In M. Başoğlu (Ed.), Torture and Its Consequences: Current Treatment Approaches. Cambridge University Press, pp.402-429.
  61. Başoğlu M, Marks IM (1988) Torture. Research needed into how to help those who have been tortured. British Medical Journal, 297, 1423-4. (Editorial)

Anksiyete Hastalıkları

  1. Kılıç C, Noshirvani H, Başoğlu M, Marks IM (1997) Agoraphobia and panic disorder 3.5 years after alprazolam and/or exposure treatment. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 66,175-178.
  2. Kılıç C, Curran VC, Noshirvani H, Marks IM, Başoğlu M (1999) Long-term effects of alprazolam on memory: a 3.5 year follow-up of agoraphobia / panic patients. Psychological Medicine, 29,225-231.
  3. Başoğlu M, Marks IM, Livanou M, Swinson R (1997) Double-blindness procedures, rater blindness, and ratings of outcome: Observations from a controlled trial. Archives of General Psychiatry, 54,744-748.
  4. O’Sullivan G, Swinson R, Kuch K, Marks IM, Başoğlu M, Noshirvani H (1996) Alprazolam withdrawal symptoms in agoraphobia with panic disorder: observations from a controlled Anglo-Canadian study. Journal of Psychopharmacology, 10(2),101-109.
  5. Ito LM, Noshirvani H, Başoğlu M, Marks IM (1996) Does exposure to internal cues enhance exposure to external cues in agoraphobia with panic?: A pilot study of self-exposure. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 65,24-28.
  6. Stravinski A, Başoğlu M, Marks M, Sengün S, Marks IM (1995) Social sensitivity: a shared feature of phobias. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 34,343-351.
  7. Stravinski A, Başoğlu M, Marks M, Sengün S, Marks IM (1995) Distinctiveness of phobias: discriminant analysis of fears. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 9(2),89-101.
  8. Başoğlu M, Marks IM, Swinson RP, Noshirvani H, O’Sullivan G, Kuch K (1994) Pre-treatment predictors of treatment outcome in panic disorder and agoraphobia treated with alprazolam and exposure. Journal of Affective Disorders, 30,123-132.
  9. O’Sullivan G, Noshirvani H, Başoğlu M, Marks IM, Swinson R, Kuch K, Kirby M (1994) Safety and side effects of alprazolam during treatment in agoraphobia and panic disorder: a controlled study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 165(1),79-86.
  10. Başoğlu M, Marks IM, Kılıç C, Noshirvani H, O’Sullivan G (1994) The relationship between panic, anticipatory anxiety, agoraphobia, and global improvement in panic disorder with agoraphobia treated with alprazolam and exposure. British Journal of Psychiatry, 164,647-652.
  11. Başoğlu M, Marks IM, Kılıç C Brewin CR, Swinson RP (1994) Alprazolam and exposure for panic disorder with agoraphobia: Attribution of improvement to medication predicts subsequent relapse. British Journal of Psychiatry, 164,652-659.
  12. Marks IM, Swinson RP, Başoğlu M, Kuch K, Noshirvani H, O’Sullivan G, Lelliott P, Kirby M, McNamee G, Sengün S, Wickwire K (1993) Alprazolam and exposure alone and combined in panic disorder with agoraphobia: a controlled study in London and Toronto. British Journal of Psychiatry, 162,776-787.
  13. Başoğlu M, Kılıç C (1993) Drug treatment of panic disorder and agoraphobia: A review of recent studies. Turkish Journal of Psychiatry, 4(2), 89-96.
  14. Lax T, Başoğlu M, Marks IM (1992) Expectancy and compliance as predictors of outcome in the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Behavioural Psychotherapy, 20,257-266.
  15. Başoğlu M, Marks IM, Şengün S (1992) Prospective study of panic and anxiety in agoraphobia with panic disorder. British Journal of Psychiatry, 160, 57-64.
  16. Başoğlu M (1992) The relationship between panic disorder and agoraphobia. In G.D. Burrows, M. Roth, R. Noyes Jr (Eds.), Handbook of Anxiety. Volume 5, pp121-136. Elsevier Publications, Amsterdam. (Peer reviewed).
  17. Başoğlu M (1992) Pharmacological and behavioural treatment of panic disorder. Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics, 58, 57-59. (Editorial)
  18. Marks M, Başoğlu M, Al-Kubaisy T, Sengün S, Marks IM (1991) Are anxiety symptoms and catastrophic cognitions directly related? Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 5,247-254.
  19. Başoğlu M (1991) Are panic and anxiety different phenomena? The phenomenology of panic and anxiety in patients with panic disorder and agoraphobia. Turkish Journal of Psychiatry, 2, 3, 163-170.
  20. Başoğlu M (1991) On scientific research in psychiatry in Turkey. Turkish Journal of Psychiatry, 2, 4, 264-268.
  21. Başoğlu M (1990) Anxiety, panic and phobias: current issues. Turkish Journal of Psychiatry, 1, 8-17.
  22. O’Sullivan G, Başoğlu M (1990) Fears and phobias. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 3,223-228.
  23. Başoğlu M, Marks IM (1989) Anxiety, panic, and phobic disorders. Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 2, 235-239.
  24. Lelliott PT, Noshirvani HF, Başoğlu M, Marks IM, Monteiro WO (1988) Obsessive-Compulsive beliefs and treatment outcome. Psychological Medicine, 18,697-702.
  25. Başoğlu M, Lax T, Kasvikis YG, and Marks IM (1988) Predictors of improvement in obsessive-compulsive disorder, Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 2,229-317.
  26. Marks IM, Lelliott PT, Başoğlu M, Noshirvani HF, Monteiro WO, Cohen D Kasvikis YG (1988) Clomipramine, self-exposure and therapist-aided exposure for obsessive-compulsive rituals. British Journal of Psychiatry, 152,522-534.
  27. Kasvikis YG, Başoğlu M, Monteiro WO, Marks IM, Lelliott PT, Noshirvani HF (1988) Urine cortisol during exposure in obsessive-compulsive ritualizers. Psychiatry Research, 23,131-135.
  28. Lelliott PT, Noshirvani HF, Monteiro WO, Marks IM, Başoğlu M, Cohen D (1987) Relationship of skin conductance activity to clinical features in obsessive-compulsive ritualizers. Psychological Medicine, 17, 905-914.
  29. Lelliott PT, Noshirvani HF, Monteiro WO, Başoğlu M, Marks IM (1987) Psychophysiological and clinical changes during exposure. International Journal of Neuroscience, 32 (1-2), 774-774.
  30. Kasvikis YV, Tsakiris F, Marks IM, Başoğlu M, Noshirvani HF (1986) Women with obsessive-compulsive disorder frequently report a past history of anorexia nervosa. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 5, 1069-1075.

Diğer makaleler

  1. Uluşahin A, Başoğlu M, Paykel ES (1994) A cross-cultural comparative study of depressive symptoms in British and Turkish clinical samples. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 29,31-39.
  2. Başoğlu M, Yetkin N, Sercan M, Karaduman B (1986) Patterns of attrition for psychological and pharmacological treatment of male sexual dysfunction: implications for sex therapy research and cross-cultural perspectives. Sexual and Marital Therapy, 1,179-189.
  3. Başoğlu M (1984) Behavioural treatment of kleptomania: A case analysis. Turkish Journal of Psychology, 5, 17, 50-53.
  4. Başoğlu M (1984) The symptomatology of depressive illness in Turkey – A factor-analytic study of 100 depressed outpatients. Journal of Affective Disorders, 6, 317-330.
  5. Başoğlu M (1983) Curative factors in a therapeutic milieu. Turkish Archives of Neuropsychiatry, 20, 1-4.
  6. Başoğlu M (1982) Behavioural treatment of morbid grief – a case study. Turkish Journal of Psychology, 4, 16, 39-43.

BİLİMSEL MEKTUPLAR

  1. Başoğlu M (2010) Torture and terror. New Scientist, Vol. 205, No 2753, p. 26.
  2. Başoğlu M, Livanou M (2008) Torture, culture, war zone exposure, and posttraumatic stress disorder criterion A’s bracket creep – Reply. Archives of General Psychiatry, 65 (1), 116-117.
  3. Başoğlu M (2007) Treatment for depression symptoms in Ugandan Adolescent survivors of war and displacement. Journal of American Medical Association, 298 (18):2138.
  4. Marks IM, Başoğlu M, Noshirvani H (1995) Cognitive therapy for panic. British Journal of Psychiatry, 165(4), 541-542.
  5. Marks IM, Başoğlu M, Noshirvani H (1994) Cognitive therapy in panic disorder. British Journal of Psychiatry, 165, 556-557.
  6. Marks IM, Swinson RP, Başoğlu M, Noshirvani H, Kuch K, O’Sullivan G, Lelliott PT (1993) Reply to Comment on the London/Toronto study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 162,790-794.
  7. Marks IM, Başoğlu M, Noshirvani H, Greist J, Swinson R, O’Sullivan G (1993) Drug treatment of panic disorder: Further comment. British Journal of Psychiatry, 162,795-796.
  8. Marks IM, Başoğlu M, Noshirvani H, Swinson R, Kuch K, Lelliott P (1993) Panic disorder with agoraphobia – Reply. British Journal of Psychiatry, 163,836-837.
  9. Marks IM, Greist J, Başoğlu M, Noshirvani H, O’Sullivan G (1992) Comment on the second phase of the Cross-National Collaborative Panic Study. British Journal of Psychiatry, 160,202-205.
  10. Marks IM, Başoğlu M (1989) Obsessive-compulsive rituals. British Journal of Psychiatry, 154, 565-567.
  11. Başoğlu M, O’Sullivan G, Palazidou L (1988) Psychiatric abuse. British Medical Journal, 296, 66.

İşkence görenlerin rehabilitasyonu üzerine yayınlanan editoryale gelen mektuplara cevaplar (British Medical Journal)

  1. Başoğlu M (December 21, 2006) Brief treatment of torture trauma is possible – Dismissing evidence as ‘quick fix’ will not help torture survivors. British Medical Journal (Reply to Seltzer et al, December 19, 2006)
  2. Başoğlu M (December 26, 2006) Rehabilitating torture survivors – Social support is not enough. British Medical Journal (Reply to Rudnick, December 23, 2006).
  3. Başoğlu M (December 29, 2006) Defining priorities: Treat PTSD or related disability first? British Medical Journal (Reply to Rudnick, December 28, 2006).
  4. Başoğlu M (January 6, 2007) Putting things in perspective – Facts and myths about torture trauma. British Medical Journal (Reply to Vernon, January 2, 2007; Frank, January 3, 2007; Newell, January 4, 2007)
  5. Başoğlu M (January 9, 2007) Evidence base of exposure-based treatments in PTSD – Do we need more evidence? British Medical Journal (Reply to Cohen, January 8, 2007).
  6. Başoğlu M (January 10, 2007) Facts and myths about torture trauma – II. British Medical Journal (Reply to Seltzer et al, January 9, 2007).
  7. Başoğlu M (January 12, 2007) Evidence regarding usefulness of torture rehabilitation programmes – What do we mean by evidence? British Medical Journal (Reply to Seltzer et al, January 9, 2007).
  8. Başoğlu M (January 14, 2007) Clarifying misconceptions about brief behavioural treatment – It is no magic! British Medical Journal.
  9. Başoğlu M (January 16, 2007) Hiding the truth and ethics – Are they compatible? British Medical Journal (Reply to Eytan and Carlsson, January 15, 2007).
  10. Başoğlu M (January 20, 2007) Encouraging changes in thinking – Have we learned from past mistakes? British Medical Journal (Reply to Sjölund, January 19, 2007).
  11. Başoğlu M (January 23, 2007) Final response to the argument about torture trauma being different. British Medical Journal (Reply to Wenzel, January 21, 2007).
  12. Başoğlu M (January 31, 2007) More of the same – Reply to Jaranson et al. British Medical Journal.
  13. Başoğlu M (February 26, 2007) Conclusion – Need for concerted action. British Medical Journal.

BLOG MAKALELERİ

  1. Basoglu M (2015) Definition of torture in United States law: Does it provide legal cover for “enhanced interrogation techniques”? https://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2015/02/07/definition-of-torture-enhanced-interrogation/
  2. Başoğlu M. Waterboarding is severe torture: Research findings. http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2012/12/25/waterboarding-is-severe-torture-research-findings/ (December 25, 2012).
  3. Başoğlu M. Zero Dark Thirty: The unbearable lightness of the torture debate. http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2012/12/15/zero-dark-thirty-the-unbearable-lightness-of-the-debate-on-torture-2/ (December 15, 2012)
  4. Başoğlu M. Do drone strikes increase risk of revenge attacks? – A behavioral science perspective.http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2012/12/09/do-drone-strikes-increase-risk-of-revenge-attacks-a-behavioral-science-perspective/ (December 9, 2012)
  5. Başoğlu M. Drone strikes or mass torture? – A learning theory analysis. http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2012/11/25/drone-warfare-or-mass-torture-a-learning-theory-analysis/ (November 25, 2012)
  6. Başoğlu M. Psychological treatment of Van earthquake survivors: Reply to Turkish Assocation for Psychologists. http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2011/12/11/van-depremzedelerinin-psikolojik-tedavisi-konusunda-turk-psikologlar-dernegine-yanit/ (December 11, 2011)
  7. Başoğlu M. A cost-effective mental healthcare model for earthquake trauma. http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2011/11/15/deprem-travmasinin-tedavisinde-etkili-ve-ekonomik-bir-yaklasim-modeli/ (November 15, 2011)
  8. Başoğlu M. A critical review of ‘psychological support’ efforts for survivors of Van earthquake. http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2011/11/08/van-depremi-sonrasinda-%e2%80%98psikolojik-destek%e2%80%99-calismalarina-elestirel-bir-bakis/ (November 8, 2011)
  9. Başoğlu M. What can be done about the mental health problem caused by earthquakes in Turkey? – Some thoughts and recommendations after the Van earthquake. http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2011/11/05/turkiye%e2%80%99de-depremlerin-yarattigi-ruh-sagligi-sorunu-konusunda-ne-yapilabilir-van-depreminin-dusundurdukleri-ve-bazi-oneriler/ (November 5, 2011)
  10. Başoğlu M. Prevention of torture and rehabilitation of survivors – Review of the UN Committee against Torture Working Document on Article 14: Convention against Torture and other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment. http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2011/07/29/200/ (July 29, 2011).
  11. Başoğlu M. Mental health consequences of disaster in Japan: How reliable are “expert” opinions in the media? http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2011/04/02/mental-health-consequences-of-disaster-in-japan-how-reliable-are-%E2%80%9Cexpert-opinions%E2%80%9D-in-the-media/ (April 2, 2011)
  12. Başoğlu M. Should Japan use Western help in mental healthcare of disaster survivors? http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2011/03/30/should-japan-use-western-help-in-mental-healthcare-of-disaster-survivors/ (March 30, 2011).
  13. Başoğlu M. The likely psychological toll of the disaster in Japan and its socio-economic consequences: Prospects for recovery from mass trauma http://metinbasoglu.wordpress.com/2011/03/17/6/ (March 17, 2011).
  1. Asphyxiation torture and its psychological consequences: The dark side of respiratory psychophysiology. Invited lecture at conference on Dyspnea 2016 in Paris organised by Dyspnea Society and endorsed by the International Dyspnea Society, the European Respiratory Society, and the Société de Pneumologie de Langue Française. June 16, 2016, Paris, France.
  2. Recent advances in brief treatment of mass trauma survivors. The 12th annual meeting of UN Staff / Stress Counsellors Special Interest Group, October 11-14, 2011, Istanbul, Turkey.
  3. Invited expert at the Journal Club and Grand Round meeting of the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London on Torture: A Fine Line, February 2, 2011.
  4. A self-help model of mental health care for war, torture, and natural disaster survivors. Keynote address at the 11th European Conference on Traumatic Stress. Oslo, Norway, June 15-16, 2009.
  5. Psychological effects of torture – Current issues in rehabilitation and outcome evaluation. Invited lecture at the grant-giving foundations meeting at the Bromley Trust, London, UK, September 18, 2008.
  6. A self-help model of mental health care in war, torture, and natural disaster survivors. The Rehabilitation and Research Centre for Torture Victims. Copenhagen, Denmark, October 24, 2007.
  7. A learning theory approach in understanding war, torture, and natural disaster trauma and effective interventions. The Institute of Psychology, Copenhagen University. Copenhagen, Denmark, October 23, 2007.
  8. Recent Advances in Self-help Treatments for Mass Trauma Survivors – Can We Begin to Conceive Treatment Dissemination through Mass Media Channels? Keynote address (Part I) at the Conference on Psycho Social Interventions in Disasters – Psycho-Social Support and Rehabilitation of Survivors of War, Torture, and Natural Disasters: Recent Advances, Current Issues, and Controversies, University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark, October 22, 2007.
  9. Current Issues and Controversies in Rehabilitation of War, Torture, and Natural Disaster Survivors – Directions for the Future. Keynote address (Part II) at the Conference on Psycho Social Interventions in Disasters – Psycho-Social Support and Rehabilitation of Survivors of War, Torture, and Natural Disasters: Recent Advances, Current Issues, and Controversies, University of Copenhagen. Copenhagen, Denmark, October 22, 2007.
  10. A mental healthcare model for survivors of earthquakes, wars, and terrorism. The Social Sciences Seminar, College of Arts and Sciences, Koç University. Istanbul, Turkey. February 12, 2007.
  11. Brief behavioural treatment of torture survivors. Keynote address at the 16th Nordic Conference on Psychotherapy for Traumatised Refugees. Helsioner, Denmark. October 28-30, 2004
  12. Recent advances in brief behavioural treatment of mass trauma survivors – Implications for theory, clinical practice and public health policies. Catharina Pijls lecture at the Faculty of Health Sciences of the University of Maastricht, Maastricht, the Netherlands, November 16, 2004.
  13. Brief behavioural treatment of tortured refugees and asylum seekers. Invited lecture at the Research Institute of Experimental Psychopathology, University of Maastrict, Maastricht, the Netherlands, November 16-17, 2004.
  14. Cognitive-behavioural treatment of tortured refugees and asylum seekers. Keynote address at the 35th Annual Congress of the European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies. University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology. Manchester, UK, September 9-11, 2004.
  15. Interventions with survivors of war and torture. Symposium on Working with Asylum Seekers at the 35th Annual Congress of the European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies. University of Manchester, Institute of Science and Technology. Manchester, UK, September 9-11, 2004
  16. Brief behavioural treatments for natural disaster survivors. The International Mental Health at the Institute of Psychiatry inaugural conference ‘Bridging the Gap.’ London, UK. July 26-27, 2004.
  17. A mental health care model for earthquake survivors: Evidence of its usefulness. Conference organized by the Greek Association for Behavior Research. Athens, Greece, May 8, 2003.
  18. The psychological effects of war and natural disaster: Recent advances in treatment. The 39th National Psychiatric Congress. Antalya, Turkey, October 14-19, 2003.
  19. Natural disasters. The Psychotrauma conference at the Craiova University Clinic of Psychiatry, organized by MAD Foundation Holland. Craiova, Romania, September 26-28, 2002.
  20. Psychological responses to earthquakes in Turkeys: Assessment and treatment. Keynote lecture at the 3rd annual conference of the German Society for Psychotraumatology (DeGPT), University of Konstanz. Konstanz, Germany, April 27-29, 2001.
  21. Development of a treatment model for earthquake survivors. Plenary lecture at the 10th Anadolu Psikiyatri Günleri (organized by Department of Psychiatry, Düzce Medical Faculty, University of Abant Izzet Baysal). Bolu, Turkey, June 26-30, 2001
  22. Mental health effects of earthquakes in Turkey: Social, political, and economic implications. Plenary lecture at the 12th International Symposium of the Inter-University Consortium for International Social Development (Social Development, public expenditure and participation: The sharing of social responsibility), the Bosphorus University. Istanbul, Turkey, June 19-22, 2001.
  23. Psychological responses to war trauma: Preliminary results from a multi-site study in former Yugoslavia. Conference on Mental Health Problems Among Refugees. The Institute of Psychiatry – Clinical Centre of Serbia. Belgrade, Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, October 16-17, 2001.
  24. Psychological responses to war trauma in 153 Bosnian survivors of war. The International Conference on Torture, Psychological Consequences and Treatment. Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina, February 17-18, 2000.
  25. Cognitive and emotional responses to impunity for torturers and traumatic stress in survivors of war and torture. The XXVII. International Congress of Psychology. Stockholm, Sweden, July 23-28, 2000.
  26. Emotional and cognitive responses to torture and war. The ISTSS conference on Public Health Perspectives on Trauma Treatment and Research: A Continuum of Care from Primary Prevention to Clinical Services. San Antonio, Texas, USA, November 16-19, 2000.
  27. Psychological responses to a natural disaster: the earthquake experience in turkey. The ISTSS conference on Public Health Perspectives on Trauma Treatment and Research: A Continuum of Care from Primary Prevention to Clinical Services. San Antonio, Texas, USA, November 16-19, 2000.
  28. A brief self-help model of intervention for earthquake survivors: beyond debriefing? The ISTSS conference on Public Health Perspectives on Trauma Treatment and Research: A Continuum of Care from Primary Prevention to Clinical Services. San Antonio, Texas, USA, November 16-19, 2000.
  29. Cognitive and emotional responses to impunity for torturers and traumatic stress in survivors of war and torture. Featured symposium (Toward a Cross-Cultural Understanding of Trauma: Implications for Research Practice and Social Policy, chaired by Terence M. Keane) at the 16th Annual Conference of the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies in Miami. Miami, USA, November 14-17, 1999.
  30. Cognitive and emotional responses in torture survivors to impunity for torturers. The conference entitled “Niet alleen het verleden” (Not the past alone) at Centrum ’45, Den Haag, the Netherlands, October 30, 1998.
  31. Psychological responses to impunity for perpetrators of human rights violations in survivors of torture. Gessellschaft, kultur und psychiatrie. Department of Psychiatry, University of Istanbul, Istanbul, Turkey, June 12-14, 1997.
  32. Factors related to post-traumatic stress responses in survivors of torture: The role of psychological preparedness for trauma and impunity for torturers. The International Congress on Stress Related to Violations of Human Rights and Its Consequences. Ioannina, Greece, September 5-7, 1997.
  33. Research issues related to survivors of organised violence and torture. The Unit for Immigrant Environment and Health, National Swedish Institute for Psychosocial Factors and Health, Karolinska Institute. Stockholm, Sweden, October 6, 1997.
  34. Torture, treatment of PTSD, and research issues – The Fittja psychiatric clinic, Unit for Immigrant Environment and Health, National Swedish Institute for Psychosocial Factors and Health, Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, Sweden, October 6, 1997.
  35. Long-term effects of torture and political violence and needs to be addressed in rehabilitation and integration programme at the Office for Torture and Trauma Victims (KANTT) and National Swedish Board of Health and Welfare – The National Swedish Board of Health and Welfare, Stockholm, Sweden, October 7, 1997.
  36. The effect of socio-political and cultural factors in psychological functioning of torture survivors at CTD – The National Swedish Institute for Psychosocial Factors and Health, Karolinska Institute. Stockholm, Sweden, October 7, 1997.
  37. Cognitive-behavioural treatment of PTSD and general anxiety disorders – The Unit for Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy, Huddinge, University Hospital. Stockholm, Sweden, October 8, 1997.
  38. Cognitive-behavioural treatment of PTSD and general anxiety disorders – The Department of Psychiatry, Huddinge University Hospital. Stockholm, Sweden, October 8, 1997.
  39. Psychological effects of torture and treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. The Autumn Meeting on Torture-Trauma-After-effects organised by Psycho-soziales Zentrum für ausl. Flüchtlinge -Caritas-Asylberatung Köln e.V. Köln, Germany, October 28, 1997.
  40. Psychological effects of torture. Department of Psychiatry, University of Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, September 30, 1996.
  41. Cognitive-behavioural treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. Department of Psychiatry, University of Sarajevo, Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina, September 30, 1996.
  42. Cognitive-behavioural treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. The 5th Anatolian Psychiatric Conference. Izmir, Turkey, June 6-8, 1996.
  43. The role of psychological preparedness for trauma in post-traumatic stress responses in torture survivors. 5th Anatolian Psychiatric Conference. Izmir, Turkey, June 6-8, 1996.
  44. Cognitive-behavioural treatment of torture-related post-traumatic stress disorder: A case presentation. The 5th Anatolian Psychiatric Conference. Izmir, Turkey, June 6-8, 1996.
  45. Psychological effects of torture: A controlled comparison of tortured and non-tortured political activists. The Department of Psychiatry, Warneford Hospital, University of Oxford. British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) meeting, Oxford, UK, February 23, 1995.
  46. Psychological effects of torture: A controlled comparison of tortured and non-tortured political activists. The Department of Clinical Psychology, School of Psychiatry and Behavioural Sciences, Withington Hospital, Manchester. British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) meeting, Manchester, UK, March 14, 1995.
  47. Psychological effects of torture: A controlled comparison of tortured and non-tortured political activists. The British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP) Conference on PTSD: Trauma and anxiety, Psychological approaches to treatment. Withington Hospital, Manchester, UK, May 5, 1995.
  48. Prevention of torture and care of survivors: current research issues and future directions. Rehabilitation Centre for Victims of Torture (RCT), Copenhagen, Denmark, October 29, 1995.
  49. Research issues in care of survivors of torture. The VIIth International Symposium on Caring for Survivors of Torture. Capetown, South Africa, November 15-17, 1995.
  50. Health, Human Rights, and Behaviour Therapy: Current issues in research and care of survivors of political violence. Main Lecture at the 24th European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Conference. Corfu, Greece, September 6-10, 1994.
  51. Chaired symposium on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The 24th European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Conference in Corfu, Greece, September 6-10, 1994.
  52. Prevention of torture and care of survivors: Issues in research. The Balkan Meeting for the Prevention of Torture and the Rehabilitation of Torture Victims, Athens, Greece, November 12, 1993
  53. The impact of torture experience on psychological adaptation: approaches to research. Conference on Science on Refugee Mental Health: New Concepts and Methods. Harvard University Faculty Club, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA, September 29-October 1, 1992.
  54. Treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. Goodmayes Hospital, London, UK, 1991.
  55. Classification of panic and agoraphobia. Napsbury Hospital. St. Albans, U.K., 1991.
  56. Torture, its effects and their treatment. Goodmayes Hospital, London, UK, 1991.
  57. Human Rights and Psychiatry. The 26th National Congress of Psychiatry and Neurological Sciences. Izmir, Turkey, November 1-4, 1990.
  58. Treatment of anxiety disorders. The 26th National Congress of Psychiatry and Neurological Sciences. Izmir, Turkey, November 1-4, 1990.
  59. Classification of anxiety disorders. Duphar Symposium on `Panic: Symptom and Disorder.’ London, UK, 1989.
  60. Treatment of OCD. Nethern Hospital, London, UK, 1988.
  61. Treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder. St. Mary’s Hospital, London, UK, 1988.
  62. Treatment of anxiety disorders. Claybury Hospital, London, UK, 1987.
  63. Treatment of anxiety disorders. Runwell Hospital, London, UK, 1987.
  64. Cross-cultural aspects of depressive symptomatology, Department of Psychiatry, Free Berlin University, Berlin, Germany, 1984.
  1. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. (2011) What Works Best in Cognitive Behavioral Treatment? A Meta-Analysis of Therapeutic Ingredients of Treatment Protocols for PTSD. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 2 Suppl 1:S113-114. Presented at 12th Europen Conference on Traumatic Stress, Vienna, Austria, June 2-5, 2011.
  2. Şalcıoğlu E, Başoğlu M. (2011) Control-Focused Behavioural Treatment of Female War Survivors with Torture and Gang Rape Experience: Four Case Studies. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 2 Suppl 1:S192. Presented at 12th Europen Conference on Traumatic Stress, Vienna, Austria, June 2-5, 2011.
  3. Başoğlu M. What is torture? – A contextual analysis of captivity experiences and critique of current debate over definition of torture. Presented at the 11th European Conference on Traumatic Stress. Oslo, Norway, June 15-16, 2009.
  4. Başoğlu M. Current issues and controversies in rehabilitation of torture survivors –
    Reflections on past work and prospects for brief treatment. Presented at the 11th European Conference on Traumatic Stress. Oslo, Norway, June 15-16, 2009.
  5. Acar G, Şalcıoğlu E, Kalender D, and Başoğlu M. Behavioural treatment of prolonged grief and posttraumatic stress disorder in earthquake survivors. National Psychiatric Congress. Antalya, Turkey, October 14-19, 2003.
  6. Başoğlu M. A mental health care approach to traumatic stress problems in earthquake survivors. Symposium on Psychological Responses to Earthquakes in Turkey: Assessment and Treatment (Chair: M Başoğlu). Spring Symposia. Antalya, Turkey, April 24-29, 2001.
  7. Başoğlu M, Livanou M, Crnobaric C, and Vranesic M. Psychological responses to war trauma: Preliminary results from a multi-site study in former Yugoslavia. Symposium presented at the Traumatic Stress Conference. Edinburgh, UK, May 26-29, 2001.
  8. Başoğlu M, Livanou M, Şalcıoğlu E, and Kılıç C. Psychological responses to earthquakes in Turkey: Assessment and treatment. Symposium presented at the Traumatic Stress Conference. Edinburgh, UK, May 26 – 29, 2001.
  9. Başoğlu M, Vranesic M, Djuric D, Crnobaric C, Livanou M, Franciskovic M. Psychological responses to war trauma: Preliminary results from a multi-site study in former Yugoslavia. Symposium presented at the 31st Annual Conference of the European Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. Istanbul, Turkey, September 11-15, 2001.
  10. Başoğlu M, Şalcıoğlu E, Livanou M, and Kılıç C. Psychological responses to earthquakes in Turkey: Assessment and treatment. Symposium presented at the 31st Annual Conference of the European Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies. Istanbul, Turkey, September 11-15, 2001, 2001.
  11. Başoğlu M, Kılıç C, Kalender D, Aksoy A, Sorgun E, Erken S, and Şalcıoğlu E. Behavioural group psychotherapy of traumatic stress in earthquake survivors: preliminary findings. The 36th National Psychiatric Congress. Antalya, Turkey, October 3-7, 2000.
  12. Başoğlu M, Kılıç C, Erken S, and Şalcıoğlu E. Psychological effects of earthquakes: an epidemiological study. The 36th National Psychiatric Congress. Antalya, Turkey, October 3-7, 2000.
  13. Başoğlu M. Psychological responses to war trauma and human rights abuses in Bosnian survivors of war: Preliminary results from a multi-site study. Symposium on Survivors of Political Violence and Torture: Current Issues in Assessment, Treatment, and Research (chair: M Başoğlu) at the 6th ESTSS European Conference on Traumatic Stress. Istanbul, Turkey, June 5-8, 1999.
  14. Başoğlu M. Survivors of torture: emotional and cognitive responses to torture and impunity for perpetrators of human rights violations. Symposium on Survivors of Political Violence and Torture: Current Issues in Assessment, Treatment, and Research (chair: M Başoğlu) at the 6th ESTSS European Conference on Traumatic Stress. Istanbul, Turkey, June 5-8, 1999.
  15. Başoğlu M. Torture and its consequences: current status of knowledge. The 6th ESTSS European Conference on Traumatic Stress. Istanbul, Turkey, June 5-8, 1999.
  16. Başoğlu M. Impunity for perpetrators of human rights abuses and traumatic stress responses in survivors of war: are they related? The 6th ESTSS European Conference on Traumatic Stress. Istanbul, Turkey, June 5-8, 1999.
  17. Başoğlu M. Psychological responses to impunity for perpetrators of human rights violations in survivors of torture. Cornerstones for Mental Health: World Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health. July 6-11, 1997, Lahti and Helsinki, Finland.
  18. Başoğlu M. Psychological preparedness as a protective factor in survivors of torture. Cornerstones for Mental Health: World Congress of the World Federation for Mental Health. July 6-11, 1997, Lahti and Helsinki, Finland.
  19. Başoğlu M. Psychological responses to impunity for perpetrators of human rights violations in survivors of torture. The XXVII. Congress of European Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Therapies. Venice, Italy, September 24-27, 1997.
  20. Başoğlu M. Psychological preparedness as a protective factor in survivors of torture. Presented at the XXVII. Congress of European Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Therapies. Venice, Italy, September 24-27, 1997.
  21. Başoğlu M. Psychological effects of political violence and torture: A comparison of tortured and nontortured political activists and controls. The Fourth European Conference on Traumatic Stress, Paris, France, May 7-11, 1995.
  22. Başoğlu M. Psychological effects of political violence and torture: A comparison of tortured and nontortured political activists and controls. Presented at the World Congress on behavioural and Cognitive Therapies. Copenhagen, Denmark, July 11-15, 1995.
  23. Başoğlu M. Psychological effects of political violence and torture: A comparison of tortured and nontortured political activists and controls. Conference on Trauma and Anxiety, organised by the Istanbul Centre for Behaviour Research and Therapy. Istanbul, Turkey, July 20, 1995.
  24. Sarantidis D, Piniou-Kalli M, Pantazis D Sotiropoulou G, Haritakis G, Tsaklakidou D, Douroukou T, and Başoğlu M. Long-term effects of torture in victims during the dictatorship in Greece: study design and preliminary data. The VIIth International Symposium on Caring for Survivors of Torture: Challenges for the Medical and Health Professions. Capetown, South Africa, November 15-17, 1995.
  25. Başoğlu M. Psychological effects of political violence and torture: A comparison of tortured and nontortured political activists and controls. World Federation for Mental Health: Time for Reflection. World Congress. Dublin, Ireland, August 13-18, 1995.
  26. Başoğlu M. The role of attributional factors in relapse in panic disorder and agoraphobia treated with alprazolam and exposure. The 24th European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Conference. Corfu, Greece, September 6-10, 1994
  27. Başoğlu M. Psychological effects of political violence and torture: A comparison of tortured and nontortured political activists and controls. Symposium on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder at the 24th European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies Conference. Corfu, Greece, September 6-10, 1994.
  28. Başoğlu M. Behavioural and drug treatment of panic disorder. The Royal College of Psychiatrists Autumn Quarterly Meeting. London, UK, October 27, 1993.
  29. Başoğlu M. Psychological effects of torture: a controlled study in Turkey. Conference on Torture and Medical Profession. Istanbul, Turkey, October 22-24, 1992.
  30. Başoğlu M. Self-exposure treatment of OCD. Symposium on Recent Advances in the Treatment of OCD at the 20th European Congress on Behaviour Therapy. Paris, France, September 12-15, 1990.
  31. Başoğlu M. Amitriptyline for PTSD in a torture survivor: a case study. The II. International Conference of Centres, Institutions and Individuals Concerned with the Care of Victims of Organised Violence, San Jose, Costa Rica, November 26- December 2, 1989.
  32. Başoğlu M. PTSD in torture survivors: a review of treatment prospects. The II. International Conference of Centres. Institutions and Individuals concerned with the Care of Victims of Organised Violence. San Jose, Costa Rica, November 26 – December 2, 1989.
  33. Başoğlu M. A prospective study of panic and anxiety in agoraphobia and panic disorder. The VIII. World Congress of Psychiatry. Athens, October 12-19, 1989
  34. Başoğlu M. Amitriptyline for PTSD in a torture survivor: a case study. The VIII. World Congress of Psychiatry, Athens, Greece, October 12-19, 1989.
  35. Başoğlu M. A prospective study of panic and anxiety in agoraphobia and panic disorder. The 3rd World Congress of Behaviour Therapy. Edinburgh, UK, September 5-10, 1988.
  36. Başoğlu M. Clomipramine, self-exposure and therapist-aided exposure in obsessive-compulsive ritualizers. Presented at the 16th C.I.N.P. Congress. Munich, Germany, August 15-19, 1988.
  37. Başoğlu M. Predictors of improvement in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The 17th Congress of the European Association for Behaviour Therapy. Amsterdam, Holland, August 26-29, 1987.
  38. Başoğlu M. Predictors of improvement in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The Autumn Quarterly Meeting of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. London, UK, October 28-29, 1987.
  39. Başoğlu M. Problems encountered in the application of directive sex therapy techniques in traditional societies – results of an empirical study in Turkey. The 22nd National Congress of Psychiatry and Neurology. Marmaris, Turkey, October 29- November 1, 1986.
  40. Başoğlu M. Predictors of improvement in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The 2nd National Congress of Psychiatry and Neurology, Marmaris, Turkey, October 29- November 1, 1986.
  41. Başoğlu M. Predictors of improvement in obsessive-compulsive disorder. The 16th Congress of the European Association for Behaviour Therapy. Lausanne, Switzerland, September 8-10, 1986
  42. Karaduman B, Başoğlu M, Sercan M, and Yetkin N. The association between sexual dysfunction and marital adjustment. The 26th National Psychiatric and Neurological Sciences Congress. Bursa, Turkey, September 22-25, 1984.
  43. Yetkin N, Başoğlu M, Sercan M, and Karaduman B. Developmental aspects of sexual dysfunction in men. The 26th National Psychiatric and Neurological Sciences Congress. Bursa, Turkey, September 22-25, 1984.
  44. Başoğlu M, Yetkin N, Karaduman B, and Sercan M. Socio-demographic and family characteristics of men with sexual dysfunction. The 26th National Psychiatric and Neurological Sciences Congress. Bursa, Turkey, September 22-25, 1984.
  45. Başoğlu M. Depressive illness in Turkey – an empirical investigation of 100 depressed outpatients: I. Symptom frequency and social class. The Fourth Mediterranean Congress of Social Psychiatry. Ankara, Turkey, October 12-15, 1983.
  46. Başoğlu M. Depressive illness in Turkey – an empirical investigation of 100 depressed outpatients: II. Dimensions of clinical psychopathology. The Fourth Mediterranean Congress of Social Psychiatry. Ankara, Turkey, October 12-15, 1983.
  47. Başoğlu M. Depressive illness in Turkey – an empirical investigation of 100 depressed outpatients: III Sex differences in depressive symptoms. The Fourth Mediterranean Congress of Social Psychiatry. Ankara, Turkey, October 12-15, 1983.
  48. Başoğlu M. Socio-cultural aspects of prostitution in Istanbul. The Fourth Mediterranean Congress of Social Psychiatry. Ankara, Turkey, October 12-15, 1983.
  49. Başoğlu M. Therapeutic community approach in the treatment of psychiatric patients – its prospects and limitations in Turkey. The Fourth Mediterranean Congress of Social Psychiatry. Ankara, Turkey, October 12-15, 1983.
  50. Başoğlu M. Symptom profile of depression: A factor analytic study. The 19th National Psychiatric and Neurological Sciences Congress. University of Hacettepe, Ankara, Turkey, October 8-11, 1983.
  51. Başoğlu M. Sub-cultural aspects of prostitution and psychosocial processes in transition to prostitution. The 19th National Psychiatric and Neurological Sciences Congress, University of Hacettepe. Ankara, Turkey, October 8-11, 1983.
  52. Başoğlu M. Limiting factors in democratization processes in therapeutic milieu approach. The 19th National Psychiatric and Neurological Sciences Congress, University of Hacettepe. Ankara, Turkey, October 8-11, 1983.
  53. Başoğlu M. An overview of psychosocial factors in prostitution: case studies. The 19th National Psychiatric and Neurological Sciences Congress, University of Hacettepe. Ankara, Turkey, October 8-11, 1983.
  54. Başoğlu M. The distinction between transsexuality and homosexuality and indications for sex-change surgery. The 19th National Psychiatric and Neurological Sciences Congress, University of Hacettepe. Ankara, Turkey, October 8-11, 1983.
  55. Arena E, Başoğlu M, Kıray M, Öncü A, Savaşır I, and Yazıcı O. Psychological and social aspects of aggression. The 13th National Psychiatric and Neurological Sciences Congress, University of Hacettepe, Ankara, Turkey, 1977.
  1. SCIENCE. Scientists to Trump: Torture doesn’t work by John Bohannan, January 27, 2017.
  2. BBC: The secrets of extraordinary survivors by Michael Bond. August 14, 2015.
  3. BYU RADIO The Morning Show. Torture’s psychological toll by Julie Rose, January 6, 2015.
  4. WIENER ZEITUNG: Folter ist ein Herrschaftsinstrumentby Von Alexander U. Mathé. December 9, 2014.
  5. THE TELEGRAPH: Trigger warnings: more harm than good? by Florence Waters. October 4, 2014.
  6. bbc world service: Psychological treatment for trauma caused by earthquakes by Claudia Hammond. April 27, 2011.
  7. RADIO NEW ZEALAND: Metin Basoglu interview on Christchurch earthquake by Lloyd Scott. February 24, 2011.
  8. HUNGARIAN STATE RADIO “MR1 Kossuth”: “Challenge – themes the World disputes” by Judith Esti. March 26, 2010.
  9. NEW SCIENTIST: Beyond torture: the science of interrogation by Dan Jones. Vol. 205, no. 2750, 2010, p.40-43.
  10. ABC NEWS: The lingering effects of torture by Devine Powell, Inside Science News Service, Washington. July 3, 2009.
  11. FELIX NEWSPAPER AT IMPERIAL COLLEGE: The psychiatry of torture: Waterboarding is worse than pain by Jessica Bland, June 12, 2009.
  12. EUREKALERT: Cruel and inhuman treatment causes more mental damage than physical torture. Press release, June 2, 2009.
  13. Associated Press: Mental Trauma Rampant After China Earthquake by Audra Ang, May 27, 2008.
  14. BAVARIAN RADIO 2: Folter und Propoganda, broadcast in program entitled “IQ Wissenschaftsmagazine (IQ Science Magazine), October 2, 2007.
  15. The New York Times: The Line between Torture and Cruelty by Nicholas Bakalar, March 6, 2007.
  16. Associated Press: Ill Treatment May be as Traumatic as Torture by William J. Kole, March 5, 2007.
  17. Agence France Press: Mental Torture as Just as Damaging: Report by Louise Daily, March 6, 2007.
  18. The Boston Globe: Mental Torture is Just as Damaging as Physical Torture by Ishani Ganguli, March 12, 2007
  19. Los Angeles Times: Psychological Torture Just as Bad, Study Finds by Alan Zarembo, March 6, 2007.
  20. Nature: Psychological Attack Ran High on Torture List by Heidi Ledford, March 5, 2007.
  21. New Scientist: Psychological Torture ‘as Bad as Physical Torture by Roxanne Khamsi, March 5, 2007.
  22. Spiegel: Psychische Gewalt so verheerend wie kőrperkiche Folter by Von Vlad Georgescu, March 6, 2007
  23. BBC Boston: The World. Radio interview on definition of torture by Jeb Sharp, March 3, 2007.
  24. BBC News: Simulator ‘Conquers Quake Stress February 25, 2007.
  25. Expresso (Portugal): Vencer o medo by Nelson Marques, 31 March, 2007.
  26. Monitor on Psychology: Fear Itself – Susan Mineka’s animal research is helping to refine theories of–and even treatments for–anxiety disorders by Sadie F. Dingfelder, March 3, 2006.
  27. Associated Press: Study Examines Stress After Balkan Wars by William J. Kole, August 2, 2005.
  28. CNN INTERNATIONAL: Mental health effects of the tsunami in Asia by Charles Hudson, January, 2005.
  29. The Washington Diplomat: Treatment, Support Groups Assist Survivors by Carolyn Cosmos, August 2003.
  30. MİLLİYET: Davranış Bilimleri Tedavi Merkezi’nin deprem gőzlemlerine gőre yüzbinlerce stress hastası var by Osman İkiz, August 17, 2000.
  31. REFORMATORISCH DAGBLAD (The Netherlands): “Probeer eerst de angst te verminderen” by Door Marie van Beijnum, October 20, 1999.
  32. NATUR & VETENSKAP (Sweden): Piskrapp och elchocker – totyroffrens lidande finns I forskarens makabra statistic by Per Snaprud, December 12, 1997.
  33. KANTT (Sweden): Shapiro & Basoglu om korta och långa behandlingar by Rudi Firnhaber, January 1998.