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  • Attitude and perceptions of patients towards long acting depot injections (LAIs). [Journal Article]
    Asian J Psychiatr 2019; 44:200-208Grover S, Sahoo S, … Avasthi A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Considering the fact that LAIs are highly underused in patients with severe mental disorders and there is lack of awareness about LAIs among patients with severe mental disorders, the present study findings suggest that there is reasonable level of acceptance of LAIs among patients with severe mental disorders when explained about the same.
  • Inventing the enemy. [Journal Article]
    J Anal Psychol 2019; 64(4):462-474Abramovitch Y
  • The following article elaborates on the need for the Other in order to delineate the self and one's identity, and the eternal psychological process of turning the Other into an enemy. A parallel process, which can be observed nowadays, leads to a disregard for the otherness of the Other that results in the blurring of identity and an internal loss of the differentiation of intrapsychic structures…
  • Between Shell Shock and PTSD? 'Accident Neurosis' and Its Sequelae in Post-War Britain. [Journal Article]
    Soc Hist Med 2019; 32(3):565-585Ross R
  • This article focuses on the concept of 'accident neurosis', popularised by neurologist Henry Miller in studies published in 1961. It aims to realise two goals. First, it introduces Miller's concept of accident neurosis to the broader history of trauma-to a field, that is, more preoccupied with military traumata and clear-cut psychiatric aetiologies. Secondly, I use Miller's studies, and the consi…
  • [The emotional-personal sphere of patients with gastroesophageal reflux disease]. [Journal Article]
    Vopr Kurortol Fizioter Lech Fiz Kult 2019; 96(3):25-30Odarushchenko OI
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings suggest that patients with GERD are characterized by a neurotic-like radical in the structure of personality and by a tendency to focus on their own somatic sensations and experiences. At the same time, the patients with GERD are commonly observed to have signs of obvious and severe chronic fatigue. There is more marked stress in the emotional sphere of these patients. Experimental and psychological examinations of the patient, by using this computer program, allow rehabilitation treatment and rehabilitation to be personified.
  • Triptolide-induced hepatotoxicity via apoptosis and autophagy in zebrafish. [Journal Article]
    J Appl Toxicol 2019Huo J, Yu Q, … Zhang L
  • Previous research about the development of triptolide (TP) as a natural active compound has often focused on hepatotoxicity. Among its various mechanisms, autophagy and apoptosis are two important signaling pathways. In this study, we used zebrafish to establish a TP-induced hepatotoxicity model, and investigated the roles of autophagy and apoptosis in the progress of liver injury. Zebrafish expo…
  • Social support and sense of life in patients with anxiety disorders - preliminary report. [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Pol 2019; 53(2):313-324Kroplewski Z, Serocka A, Szcześniak M
  • CONCLUSIONS: For preventive and therapeutic purposes, it is important to develop and sustain the internal resources of the individual (sense of life and age-related experience). In patients with neurotic disorders, it also seems essential to use psychotherapy aimed at changing the patterns of personality that impede them from building social support networks. This is due to the fact that anxiety disorders are often characterized by lower confidence, avoidance of interpersonal relationships, falsified perception of social support, leading thus to distorted interpretation of supportive actions.
  • Neurotic "disorders" or "disorder"? [Journal Article]
    Psychiatr Pol 2019; 53(2):293-312Aleksandrowicz JW
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results suggest that the symptoms of functional disorders constitute one set (syndrome), thus the conviction of the multiplicity of neurotic disorders seems unjustified.
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