Arthur Saniotis
Arthur Saniotis
Ludwik Hirszfeld Institute of Immunology and Experimental Therapy, Polish Academy of Sciences
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The role of dopamine in schizophrenia from a neurobiological and evolutionary perspective: old fashioned, but still in vogue
R Brisch, A Saniotis, R Wolf, H Bielau, HG Bernstein, J Steiner, B Bogerts, ...
Frontiers in psychiatry 5, 47, 2014
The effects of extreme heat on human mortality and morbidity in Australia: implications for public health
P Bi, S Williams, M Loughnan, G Lloyd, A Hansen, T Kjellstrom, K Dear, ...
Asia Pacific Journal of Public Health 23 (2_suppl), 27S-36S, 2011
Muslims and ecology: fostering Islamic environmental ethics
A Saniotis
Contemporary Islam 6 (2), 155-171, 2012
Vulnerability to extreme heat and climate change: is ethnicity a factor?
A Hansen, L Bi, A Saniotis, M Nitschke
Global health action 6 (1), 21364, 2013
Embodying ambivalence: Muslim Australians as ‘other’
A Saniotis
Journal of Australian Studies 28 (82), 49-59, 2004
Understanding mind/body medicine from Muslim religious practices of salat and dhikr
A Saniotis
Journal of religion and health 57 (3), 849-857, 2018
Changing ethics in medical practice: a Thai perspective
A Saniotis
Indian Journal of Medical Ethics 4 (1), 24-25, 2007
Evolutionary origins of human brain and spirituality
M Henneberg, A Saniotis
Anthropologischer Anzeiger, 427-438, 2009
A systematic review of telecounselling and its effectiveness in managing depression amongst minority ethnic communities
DS Dorstyn, A Saniotis, F Sobhanian
Journal of telemedicine and telecare 19 (6), 338-346, 2013
Medicine could be constructing human bodies in the future
A Saniotis, M Henneberg
Medical hypotheses 77 (4), 560-564, 2011
Global warming and Australian public health: reasons to be concerned
P Bi, A Saniotis
Australian Health Review 33 (4), 611-617, 2009
Re-enchanting terrorism: Jihadists as “liminal beings”
A Saniotis
Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 28 (6), 533-545, 2005
Engaging stakeholders in an adaptation process: governance and institutional arrangements in heat-health policy development in Adelaide, Australia
DA Akompab, P Bi, S Williams, A Saniotis, IA Walker, M Augoustinos
Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 18 (7), 1001-1018, 2013
Extreme heat and climate change: adaptation in culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities
A Hansen, P Bi, A Saniotis
National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility, 2013
Extreme heat and cultural and linguistic minorities in Australia: perceptions of stakeholders
A Hansen, M Nitschke, A Saniotis, J Benson, Y Tan, V Smyth, L Wilson, ...
BMC public health 14 (1), 1-12, 2014
Extreme heat and health: perspectives from health service providers in rural and remote communities in South Australia
S Williams, P Bi, J Newbury, G Robinson, D Pisaniello, A Saniotis, ...
International journal of environmental research and public health 10 (11 …, 2013
Evolutionary and anthropological approaches towards understanding human need for psychotropic and mood altering substances
A Saniotis
Journal of psychoactive drugs 42 (4), 477-484, 2010
Present and future developments in cognitive enhancement technologies
A Saniotis
Journal of Futures Studies 14 (1), 27-38, 2009
Calretinin and parvalbumin in schizophrenia and affective disorders: a mini-review, a perspective on the evolutionary role of calretinin in schizophrenia, and a preliminary …
R Brisch, H Bielau, A Saniotis, R Wolf, B Bogerts, D Krell, J Steiner, ...
Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 9, 393, 2015
Climate change and the possible health effects on older Australians
A Saniotis, R Irvine
Australian Journal of Primary Health 16 (3), 217-220, 2010
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