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Does Perceived Health Status Influence Quality of Life after Renal Transplantation

1Institute of Applied Psychology University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(4), 99-103
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-4-4
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Fatima Kamran. Does Perceived Health Status Influence Quality of Life after Renal Transplantation. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(4):99-103. doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-4-4.

Correspondence to: Fatima  Kamran, Institute of Applied Psychology University of the Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan. Email: fatimakamran24@yahoo.com

Abstract

Organ transplantation aims to restore physical health status and overall QoL. This longitudinal was carried out to find out how most renal transplant recipients (RTRs) in Pakistan, perceive their health status and overall QoL after a successful kidney transplant. Renal transplant recipients (RTRs) were studied at three waves over 15 months. QoL was assessed using Ferrens & Powers QoL Index- Kidney Transplant Version that evaluated four major domains of life post-transplant. These included; health functioning scale (HF), psychological and spiritual scale (PS), social and economic scale (SE) and family subscale (FS). Perceived Health Status was measured using a self-developed questionnaire assessing frequency and severity common immunosuppressant side effects. The findings revealed that most RTRs were satisfied with their QoL and had positive perceptions of their health status. A significant positive correlation among QoL and PHS was found. A cross lagged correlation analysis to find if perceived health status influences perceptions of QoL or vice versa showed that it cannot be claimed whether, QoL always influences how recipients perceive their health status due to an inconsistent pattern at wave 1 and 2 where the data suggest the relationship is working in the opposite direction.

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Studying the Belief of Borderline Personality Disorder Patient about the Necessity of Medication and the Role of Demographic Factors in Adherence to Treatment

1Psychiatrist, Faculty Member and Assistant Professor of Islamic Azad University of Tehran

2Director of Psychology Department and Associate Professor of Islamic Azad University of Tehran


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(5), 104-108
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-5-1
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Bani Asad MH, Vahdat Shariaat Pana M, Hemmati MA. Studying the Belief of Borderline Personality Disorder Patient about the Necessity of Medication and the Role of Demographic Factors in Adherence to Treatment. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(5):104-108. doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-5-1.

Correspondence to: Bani  Asad MH, Psychiatrist, Faculty Member and Assistant Professor of Islamic Azad University of Tehran. Email: dr.a.zarghi@hotmail.com

Abstract

Adherence to appropriate treatment and medicine taking plays a crucial role in the success of treatment especially in treating chronic diseases and total quality in patient as “user- client”. Patient adherence to treatment is dependent on their belief about the necessity of the taking medicine and their concerns over its effects. This paper aims at studying the effect of patient belief about the prescribed medicine and the role of some demographic factors including gender, age and educational level in adherence to disease. This descriptive-analytical via cross-sectional study was done through interviewing 38 patients with border line personality disorder and three valid and reliable questionnaires including demographic, BMQ and Morisky features. Result showed there was a significant and reverse relationship between the patients’ age and their adherence to treatment, but this did not apply to the patient gender. There was a significant and reverse relationship between educational level and adherence to treatment, in patients with a history of violence and history of hospitalized there was also a significant relationship between patient belief in the necessity of prescribed medicine and adherence. So, through demographic features, age was a significant and reverse relationship (P=0.001) to adherence. There was a significant and reverse relationship between educational level and adherence to treatment in two groups of outpatients and patients with a history of violence too. Accordingly the more educated patients adhered less to treatment, there was no significant relationship between adherence to treatment and educational level. Therefore, we concluded applying educational interventions in order to improve patient awareness about medication and their belief on necessity of treatment will promote their health.

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Measuring Twitter Sentiment and Implications for Social Psychological Research

1University of Texas of the Permian Basin


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(5), 109-113
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-5-2
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Jason D. Carr. Measuring Twitter Sentiment and Implications for Social Psychological Research. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(5):109-113. doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-5-2.

Correspondence to: Jason  D. Carr, University of Texas of the Permian Basin. Email: jd.carr.tx@gmail.com

Abstract

This study was conducted to determine whether Twitter comments on moral issues might be classified into sentiment categories and whether underlying emotions or thoughts will influence online interactions differently than they do in the real world. A mixed methods study involving qualitative analysis was conducted to compare Twitter sentiment about a current emotionally charged topic – immigration – amongst users. Results indicated that 73% of the commenters favorably view the idea of immigration reform and/or immigrant acceptance into the U.S. and are open to online dialog. Conversely, the findings for negative comments demonstrated that users likely have underlying feelings or thoughts on the subject of immigration that in turn may cause them to interact differently online than they do in a real world setting. Stereotyping and/or bigotry may influence their communications both online and off. These findings support the need for further research to improve upon existing social psychology theories. Additionally, despite challenges present in studies of this nature, Twitter shows great promise for conducting social psychological studies in the future.

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Applications of Psychology in Brazil

1Editor on this special issue, PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and University Paulista – Santos – SP-Brazil


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(5A), -
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-0
Copyright © 2014 Science and Education Publishing

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Nobre Thalita Lacerda. Applications of Psychology in Brazil. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(5A): - . doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-0.

Correspondence to: Nobre  Thalita Lacerda, Editor on this special issue, PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and University Paulista – Santos – SP-Brazil. Email:

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Article

Maternal Function in Neonatal ICU: Psychoanalytic Considerations on the Experience of Mothers in Hospitals

1Psychoanalyst. Master in Clinical Psychology - Center for Psychoanalytic - Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC / SP). Specialist in Psychoanalysis by IPUSP. Member of ABEBE - Brazilian Association of Studies on Baby. Member of MPASP - Psychoanalytic Movement, Autism an d Public Health.Department, São Paulo, Brazil

2PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and Paulista University – Santos – SP - Brazil


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(5A), 1-4
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-1
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Barreto Cristiane Palmeira de O., Nobre Thalita Lacerda. Maternal Function in Neonatal ICU: Psychoanalytic Considerations on the Experience of Mothers in Hospitals. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(5A):1-4. doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-1.

Correspondence to: Nobre  Thalita Lacerda, PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and Paulista University – Santos – SP - Brazil. Email: thalita_l@yahoo.com.br

Abstract

This article is part of the dissertation entitled " Mothering and Maternal Function in Neonatal ICU: a psychoanalytic study" and has the purpose of elucidating the relationship between motherhood and maternal function in the hospital environment. Therefore, the meaning of the two concepts is presented, as well as a distance is proposed between the two where mothering competes the incumbency of the necessary caretaking for survival and maternal function, the exercise of a symbolic function - which refers the subject to the size of their psychic constitution in its relation to the language field. The research was to determine whether the difficulty in the exercise of motherhood, within a neonatal intensive care unit, could interfere with the conditions for sustaining maternal function, usually exercised by the mother. The research that led to this dissertation and the work was carried out in a private hospital of São Paulo city, with mothers of both male and female babies, preterm neonates at the Neonatal ICU, and subsequently after discharge. The theoretical foundation is sustained on the psychoanalytic theory of Freud and Lacan, and also on the four theoretical axes formulated in Clinical Indicators of Risks in Infant Development (IRDI). In conclusion, this study reveals the presence of suffering caused by the psychic impact of a preterm child and the admission in the Neonatal ICU, as well as the difficulty in mothering the baby, from the speech of mothers. However, despite the psychic rapture, in the analysis of the symbolic function – based on the four fundamental operations, deduced by me from IRDI - it was possible to note the conditions for the maternal function to be carried out.

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Caring for Psychological Health in an Organizational Context

1Department of Psychology, Paulista University - UNIP, Santos, Brazil


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(5A), 5-8
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-2
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G. M. S. Ortiz, J. B. L. Souza, S. C. A S. Santos. Caring for Psychological Health in an Organizational Context. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(5A):5-8. doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-2.

Correspondence to: J.  B. L. Souza, Department of Psychology, Paulista University - UNIP, Santos, Brazil. Email: psijaquedesouza@yahoo.com.br

Abstract

This article discusses an experience report on a lecture entitled "psychological aspects of pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium and the importance of the father", performed by trainees of the Psychology course at Paulista University - UNIP (Campus Santos-Rangel) in a company of telemarketing in the city of Santos. Participated in the lecture 31 pregnant employees, with ages between 18 and 35 years, the majority were multiparous. This lecture aimed to provide for future mothers, a space of listening and acceptance; in addition to basics on pregnancy healthy and the initial care of the newborn. Through a slide presentation and "Wheel of Conversation", where it was developed a dynamic presentation, the pregnant women discussed aspects related to planning of pregnancy; changes experienced: physical, emotional, social and professional; the roles that the woman represents in your family cycle and social; expectations for the future; importance of medical monitoring previous and post-natal, for health of both mother and baby; and importance of the father. This lecture was also a work of psychoeducation, to know the demands of these pregnant women, to provide, initially, a job orientation and subsequently intervene with action strategies. It was identified some common concerns, among them: the anxiety against the various concomitant issues at the end of maternity leave; the changes in all fields of interpersonal relationships; expectations for the future and the need to postpone or change some of these plans, the support of her partners and the active participation of them in the process of gestation. The result brought the reflection about how the psychologist can intervene in order to provide a better quality of life within an institution, as well as offer opportunities for dialog and guidance to such women and the proposal of the return of the interns to the institution with the drawing up of a new project.

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Article

Child Intervening Psychodiagnosis as a Facilitator Tool in the Relationship and Learning Difficulties

1Undergraduate Degree in Psychology from UNIP

2PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and University Paulista – Santos – SP-Brazil


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(5A), 9-13
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-3
Copyright © 2014 Science and Education Publishing

Cite this paper:
Assis Letícia Ferreira de, Rodrigues Meire Elen dos Santos, Nobre Thalita Lacerda. Child Intervening Psychodiagnosis as a Facilitator Tool in the Relationship and Learning Difficulties. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(5A):9-13. doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-3.

Correspondence to: Nobre  Thalita Lacerda, PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and University Paulista – Santos – SP-Brazil. Email: thalita_l@yahoo.com.br

Abstract

The Child Intervening Psychodiagnosis process is a scientific procedure, with limited duration, with purpose to understanding the dynamics of the patient and the family group. Although the area displays a vast bibliography, it was noticed a deficiency of research regarding the use of child intervening psychodiagnosis as facilitating tool in learning and relationship difficulties. There were 10 meetings, eight made in the school clinic, one school visit and one home visit, aiming at a better scope of the brought reports and a better understanding of the case. It was noticed during the consultations that S. had floating attention, and discrepancy in both communication and motor skills. In conclusion, there is a need for multidisciplinary care, however psychodiagnosis fulfill its role to clarify important points to the family and promote effective means of communication.

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Article

Therapeutic Assessment in Infancy

1University Paulista – UNIP Santos, Brazil

2Md in Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas (PUCCAMP). Professor and supervisor at University Paulista – UNIP, Brazil

3PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and University Paulista – Santos – SP-Brazil


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(5A), 14-16
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-4
Copyright © 2014 Science and Education Publishing

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MOITA Ivani de Sousa, FREITAS Francisca Clenilma da Rocha, HEREDIA Priscila Menezes Santana, SHIOTA Claudia Milhim, NOBRE Thalita Lacerda. Therapeutic Assessment in Infancy. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(5A):14-16. doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-4.

Correspondence to: NOBRE  Thalita Lacerda, PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and University Paulista – Santos – SP-Brazil. Email: thalita_l@yahoo.com.br

Abstract

The Interventive Psychodiagnostic has revealed a practice that effectively embraces the contemporary demands of clinical psychology. Aiming to contribute to the recent research on this practice, this study presents the case report of a child being treated in a University’s Teaching Clinic. It is about a girl, eleven years old, who had high cholesterol difficult to stabilize. The genitor believed that this medical condition could be related to 'emotional factors' because her daughter had introversion, sadness and low self-esteem. 14 meetings including recreational and interventional individual observations and group sessions were conducted; sessions involving her mother and sister; school visit; personality assessment and guidance with the mother, since the father did not attend requests for interviews with the trainees. Interventions had a goal assist children and their families in finding new meanings for that medical condition, to enable the development of more effective behaviors of treatment adherence. Also, these interventions aims to enable changes in the way they deal with the limitations imposed by emotional disorders. At the end of the process therapeutic gains were observed towards decreased anxiety and distress by both the child and the mother facilitating adherence and better control of medical condition. It is concluded that the results showed the effectiveness of the use of Therapeutic Assessment in clinical psychology with children.

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Article

Families Facing Hospitalization

1University Paulista – UNIP, Santos/SP, Brazil

2PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and University Paulista – Santos – SP – Brazil


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(5A), 17-20
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-5
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Ribeiro Thayana Aparecida de Oliveira, Nobre Thalita Lacerda. Families Facing Hospitalization. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(5A):17-20. doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-5.

Correspondence to: Nobre  Thalita Lacerda, PhD Clinical Psychology – Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC/SP). Professor and supervisor at Catholic University of Santos – SP – Brazil and University Paulista – Santos – SP – Brazil. Email: thalitaln@gmail.com.br

Abstract

This study aims to understand the relationship between the triad: patient-family-staff during the disease process and hospitalization. In view of this, to make the study of a fragment, we used the service provided to a patient on the ward: Clínica Médica II do Hospital Guilherme Álvaro, located in Santos / SP, o Programa de Aprimoramento Profissional. The choice of the topic was given from the difficulty in dialogue between the demands brought by patients and their families by posing as challenge of the important task of facilitating the relationship patient-family-staff, as providing a space for the emotions triggered in this process of struggling for life and give it the freedom of expression and come to be expressed and accepted. From a definition that considers family - closed system of interdependent relationships - is exposed in this work a brief introduction of the concept of family in order to describe the reactions of families most frequently observed in cases of hospitalization. The family can to get to act in pursuit of effective patient recovering, reintegrating them in the family system, paralyzing on the verge of death or diagnosis of the family, and even identifying benefits posed by the disease and mobilizing itself to keep it. Throughout the article are also explored phases faced by family - analogous to the stages experienced by the patient, the range of feelings and emotions that permeate the relations established in this context, to forms of communication and the suffering imposed denouncing through words, gestures, conflicts, silences implicated in the hospitalization process.

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Article

Hysteria Today

1Psychoanalysis Department of Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil


American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014, 2(5A), 21-24
DOI: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-6
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Claudia Livingston Ades. Hysteria Today. American Journal of Applied Psychology. 2014; 2(5A):21-24. doi: 10.12691/ajap-2-5A-6.

Correspondence to: Claudia  Livingston Ades, Psychoanalysis Department of Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. Email: clauades@uol.com.br

Abstract

The aim of this article is to study female hysteria, through the eyes of freudian psychoanalytical theory and Piera Aulagnier´s contributions. A clinical case study, whose subject has presented female hysteria characteristics, will be presented and, through a theoretical-clinic articulation, it will be possible to compare how this neurosis used to present itself in the past, and how it does today.

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