Who is Erol Göka?
He became an MD in 1983, a psychiatrist in 1989 and an associate professor in 1992. He was appointed as psychiatry clinic chief in Ankara Numune Research and Training Hospital in 1998. He has taken part in many scientific studies in his field. Later, his focus shifted toward social sciences and philosophy, which led him to work on psychodynamic-oriented clinic applications and group psychotherapies. He was included in the 63-member Wisemen Committee as a central Anatolia member. He is known for his works that question the relationship between psychiatry and the world of thought and the historical and social psychology of Turks.