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Revisiting the etiological aspects of dissociative identity disorder: a biopsychosocial perspective

Şar V, Dorahy MJ, Krüger C
2017 Psychology Research and Behavior Management  
On the contrary, DID is an empirically robust chronic psychiatric disorder based on neurobiological, cognitive, and interpersonal non-integration as a response to unbearable stress.  ...  Familial, societal, and cultural factors may give rise to the trauma and/or they may influence the expression of DID.  ...  On the contrary, DID is an empirically robust chronic psychiatric disorder based on neurobiological, cognitive, and interpersonal non-integration as a response to unbearable stress.  ... 
doaj:739ac2e5dbf445149610829a2c656486 fatcat:ofxepfdrj5duveemw2telelza4

Page 5485 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 80, Issue 12 [page]

1993 Psychological Abstracts  
They also deal with the art of communicating with such children and discuss the difficulties of relating to vulnerable adolescents.  ...  1974 to 1980 © deal with the psychological harm caused by personal, communal, and societal trauma and examine the means of therapeutic intervention — phenomenological approach to the evaluation of coping  ... 

Impact of Human Disasters and COVID-19 Pandemic on Mental Health: Potential of Digital Psychiatry

Krešimir Ćosić, Siniša Popović, Marko Šarlija, Ivan Kesedžić
2020 Psychiatria Danubina  
., can cause massive stress-related disorders.  ...  chronic Homeland-War-related posttraumatic stress disorders.  ...  Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw 2010; 13:73-8 13. osi K, Srbljinovi A, Popovi S, Wiederhold BK & Wiederhold MD: Emotionally based strategic communi- cations and societal stress-related disorders.  ... 
doi:10.24869/psyd.2020.25 pmid:32303026 fatcat:vg555mbd6rddvnewjfk3b3sg3m

Gender Differences in Emotional Intelligence: A Conceptual Review amongst Women with Reference to Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) [chapter]

Lakshmipriya S.
2018 Gender Parity and Women Empowerment–Challenges and Way Forward  
Emotional Intelligence (EI) is a mounting area of behavioural research, which focuses on the minds of general public, corporate, commercial world, scientific and research community.  ...  Emotionally intelligent women are more capable to handle their life conduct with productive thinking which frequently embraces emotional awareness.  ...  , stress tolerance and effectiveness in communication.  ... 
doi:10.9756/bp2018.1012/01 fatcat:lvmczatpn5hjrkrqh4ur6obxea

The Threat of Climate Change: Psychological Response, Adaptation, and Impacts [chapter]

Joseph P. Reser, Shirley A. Morrissey, Michelle Ellul
2011 International and Cultural Psychology  
Anxiety on the other hand, is considered to be more 'clinical', one may suffer with an anxiety disorders (e.g., social anxiety, health anxiety, panic disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, or generalised  ...  tapped into widespread societal anxieties and fears, dread relating to nuclear winter, a dying planet, and apocalypse (e.g., Eckersley, 2008) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4419-9742-5_2 fatcat:krndigy7qje4hdtc2oic3xe7ee

Domestic Violence in Pregnant Women and Their Types. Case Study in Bali, Indonesia [chapter]

Ni Komang Yuni Rahyani, Ni Made Dwi Mahayati, Made Widhi Gunapria Darmapatni, Ni Wayan Armini
2021 Empowering Midwives and Obstetric Nurses [Working Title]  
It is necessary to improve the role and competence of midwives in early detection of DV in pregnant women who have their antenatal care at a health facility and cross-sector cooperation.  ...  There is a link between the patrilineal kinship system and incidents of violence against women.  ...  Acknowledgements The author would like to thank: Head of the Health Research and Development Agency, Center for Humanities, Health Policy and Community Empowerment, Surabaya; Prof.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.98669 fatcat:q74dqveg4rcntc5pwi6vr3h53e

Freud was Right… About the Origins of Abnormal Behavior

Peter Muris
2006 Journal of Child and Family Studies  
That is, a stressful life event will elicit negative emotions in children and particularly in those who are characterized by high levels of emotionality.  ...  Age at onset of selected mental disorders in five community populations. Archives of General Psychiatry, 47, 511-518. Burkhardt, K., Loxton, H., & Muris, P. (2003).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10826-005-9006-9 fatcat:n2wecdwzgzfijpgtxrmfp6bcie

COVID-19 Pandemic and Domestic Violence Against Women: Implications of Strategies to Protect Women

Marzieh Azizi, Zahra Behboodi Moghadam, Mohsen Aarabi, Forouzan Elyasi
2021 Iranian Journal of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences  
Addressing DV requires a careful combination of legal actions, societal responses such as advocacy services, shelters, and heightened awareness in community healthcare services such as physicians who are  ...  Early detection and intervention can reduce disease, injury, and death related to DV against women (19) .  ... 
doi:10.5812/ijpbs.112460 fatcat:eugjdms2rbhbrooc7anvj5xuuy

Relationship between Cultural Values, Sense of Community and Trust and the Effect of Trust in Workplace [article]

Nazli Mohammad, Yvonne Stedham
2021 arXiv   pre-print
The results showed that trust is playing an important role in success for organizations involved in cross-national strategic partnerships.  ...  This paper provides a general overview of different perspectives and studies on trust, offers a definition of trust, and provides factors that play a substantial role in developing social trust, and shows  ...  Community Based on existing research, cohesion in a community positively affects trust.  ... 
arXiv:2106.13347v1 fatcat:o76jbwljxfforkw44kpvl7ipfi

Index [chapter]

2020 Cross-Cultural Family Research and Practice  
social justice principles, 485 strategic family therapy, 483, 486 structural family therapy model, 483 systems-based CFT approaches came, 486 New Zealand Association of Family Therapy (NZAFT), 492  ...  health (see Physical health) spouses' health-related behaviors, 357 Health-related quality of life (HRQoL), 366 Hindu Succession Act, 201 Hippocratic value system, 454-455 HIV/AIDS, 463-464 Home-based  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-815493-9.09995-6 fatcat:rqoclw5ckrftfospbers6ssyji

Emotional Intelligence and the Sustainable Development Goals: Supporting Peaceful, Just, and Inclusive Societies [chapter]

Christine Wamsler, Fernando Restoy
2020 Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals  
such as posttraumatic stress disorder, depression, or anxiety.  ...  , normative and strategic competencies, and creativity [Wiek et al. 2011 ], but are intrinsically connected with the latter) But how are emotionally-intelligent, conscious societies created?  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-71066-2_123-1 fatcat:jyyqywyrdbbutpfhwq6rn3tkpi

Suicide Terrorism, Genesis of [chapter]

A. Speckhard
2007 Encyclopedia of Stress  
The lethal cocktail leading to suicide terrorism consists of societal support for terrorism, groups organized for terror, an ideology that permits an individual to suicide in order to kill others, coupled  ...  stress disorders.  ...  Many have grown up witnessing countless acts of violence and as a result have not developed normally and often suffer from posttraumatic stress and dissociative disorders.  ... 
doi:10.1016/b978-012373947-6.00665-6 fatcat:g2ji65vt7basze4zbdzn3xgz64

Family-focused treatment for bipolar disorder in adults and youth

Chad D. Morris, David J. Miklowitz, Jeanette A. Waxmonsky
2007 Journal of Clinical Psychology  
FFT is a time-limited, modularized treatment consisting of psychoeducation, communication enhancement training, and problem-solving skills.  ...  This article briefly reviews the evidence for expressed emotion (EE) as a prognostic indicator and then illustrates family-focused treatment (FFT) with adults and adolescents suffering from bipolar disorder  ...  Having begun to establish effective communication and problem-solving skills, the family utilized FFT sessions to help Jenna strategize how she might better respect the renter's personal boundaries while  ... 
doi:10.1002/jclp.20359 pmid:17417810 pmcid:PMC2194806 fatcat:awb2udousvapbo667uz7bjzwoy

Worry and Generalized Anxiety Disorder: A Review and Theoretical Synthesis of Evidence on Nature, Etiology, Mechanisms, and Treatment

Michelle G. Newman, Sandra J. Llera, Thane M. Erickson, Amy Przeworski, Louis G. Castonguay
2013 Annual Review of Clinical Psychology  
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is associated with substantial personal and societal cost yet is the least successfully treated of the anxiety disorders.  ...  In this review, research on clinical features, boundary issues, and naturalistic course, as well as risk factors and maintaining mechanisms (cognitive, biological, neural, interpersonal, and developmental  ...  Association between generalized anxiety levels and pain in a community sample: evidence for diagnostic specificity. J Anxiety Disord. 2009; 23:684-93.  ... 
doi:10.1146/annurev-clinpsy-050212-185544 pmid:23537486 pmcid:PMC4964851 fatcat:lxlktq47avgptnwu52aobfivri

Mental Health in the Workplace

Ron Z. Goetzel, Enid Chung Roemer, Calliope Holingue, M. Daniele Fallin, Katherine McCleary, William Eaton, Jacqueline Agnew, Francisca Azocar, David Ballard, John Bartlett, Michael Braga, Heidi Conway (+13 others)
2018 Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine  
Methods-We convened a public health summit and assembled an Advisory Council consisting of experts in the field of occupational health and safety, workplace wellness, and public policy to offer recommendations  ...  for action steps to improve health and well-being of workers.  ...  We wish to thank the speakers at the summit and participants in the Advisory Council for their contribution to this manuscript and the ideas generated during the Summit and its follow-up.  ... 
doi:10.1097/jom.0000000000001271 pmid:29280775 pmcid:PMC5891372 fatcat:k3fwcgqhzbc5jf4aenucpcwvru
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