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  • Hermann Rorschach: From klecksography to psychiatry. [Journal Article]
    Dement Neuropsychol. 2020 Jan-Mar; 14(1):80-82.Teles RV
  • Hermann Rorschach was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, best known for developing a projective test known as the Rorschach inkblot test, a test designed to reflect unconscious parts of the personality that project into the visual stimuli generated by the inkblots, allowing a psychodiagnosis to be established. The technique he developed has been applied since 1921 in a number of countries. A…
  • Therapeutic Particularities with Depot Medications in Schizophrenia. [Journal Article]
    Curr Health Sci J. 2018 Jul-Sep; 44(3):322-325.Sârbu C, Bădescu GȘ, … Stănia ID
  • Schizophrenia is a neurodegenerative disease with personality degradation, changes in behavior, cognition, affective disorder and reduced socio-professional insertion. Early diagnosis is necessary and maintenance is ensured by antipsychotic treatment and for non-compliant patients there is an alternative to depot medication that greatly improves therapeutic adherence. The study presents the case …
  • A New Measure for Assessing Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders: The Addictive Behavior Questionnaire (ABQ). [Journal Article]
    J Clin Med. 2018 Aug 01; 7(8)Caretti V, Gori A, … Schimmenti A
  • CONCLUSIONS: results of EFA indicated that all the scales of the ABQ are unidimensional and showed good internal consistency. The correlations between the sections of the ABQ and the other measures used in the current study were significant and in the expected directions. These results suggest that the ABQ has good psychometric properties and allows researchers and clinicians to gather relevant information regarding behaviors, psychopathology and severity of symptoms, for the best clinical reasoning and for planning tailored treatment for each patient.
  • [Psychosemantic diagnostics of aircrew professional fitness]. [Journal Article]
    Voen Med Zh. 2015 Apr; 336(4):50-6.Vorona AA, Syrkin LD, Usov VM
  • The process of becoming a professional pilot tends to a constant complication. This entails an increase in requirements for the professional competence of flight crews. Further improvement of the professional selection of pilots associated with the obvious need substantial expansion of methodological bases of psychological selection. Proposed improvements psychodiagnosis professional fitness, bui…
  • Position paper on the importance of psychosocial factors in cardiology: Update 2013. [Journal Article]
    Ger Med Sci. 2014; 12:Doc09.Ladwig KH, Lederbogen F, … Herrmann-Lingen C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The present state of the art paper presents an update of current empirical evidence in psychocardiology. The paper provides evidence-based recommendations for the integration of psychosocial factors into cardiological practice and highlights areas of high priority. The evidence for estimating the efficiency for psychotherapeutic and psychopharmacological interventions has increased substantially since the first release of the policy document but is, however, still weak. There remains an urgent need to establish curricula for physician competence in psychodiagnosis, communication and referral to ensure that current psychocardiac knowledge is translated into the daily routine.
  • Using the Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual in the training of the competent assessor. [Journal Article]
    J Pers Assess. 2011 Mar; 93(2):185-93.Brabender V, Whitehead ML
  • The Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual (PDM; PDM Task Force, 2006) was published in 2006 and very soon after that date, the assessment faculty at the Institute for Graduate Clinical Psychology considered its incorporation into the assessment curriculum. Personality assessment has been a major emphasis of the doctoral program since its inception in 1970. Although faculty had a high level of satisfact…
  • [Structural validity of miokinetic psychodiagnosis-revised and digitalyzed (MKP-RD) lineograms]. [Journal Article]
    Psicothema. 2007 May; 19(2):350-6.Tous JM, Viadé A, Muiños R
  • In this study, we have applied a principal components analysis to the data obtained from a graphical record of motor behaviour performed without vision. The data was obtained from two samples, one made up of men and the other one made up of women. Hand dominance was controlled in both samples. Five independent factors were obtained: Factor I (Tendency to increase or decrease the length), Factor I…
  • [Nic Waal--the mother of Norwegian child and adolescent psychiatry]. [Historical Article]
    Tidsskr Nor Laegeforen. 2002 Jan 30; 122(3):296-7.Lange J
  • Nic (Caroline) Waal (1905-60) is said to be the mother of Norwegian child and adolescent psychiatry. She was an engaged and engaging personality, outgoing, at times aggressive and at the same time very sensitive. Her sensitivity caused her suffering but it was an asset in her work with patients. She qualified in medicine in Oslo in 1930 and received her psychoanalytic training in Berlin and Oslo.…
  • Premenstrual dysphoric disorder and eating disorders. [Journal Article]
    Cephalalgia. 1997 Dec; 17 Suppl 20:25-8.Verri A, Nappi RE, … Martignoni E
  • CONCLUSIONS: from the present study it seems clear that a certain degree of similarity exists between the PMDD and ED. However, whether or not these two disorders really share common ground from a physiopathological point of view still has to be clarified by more extensive studies.
  • The reflective educator. [Journal Article]
    Am Psychol. 1995 Dec; 50(12):975-83.Peterson DR
  • Since the Boulder conference on training in clinical psychology in 1949, at least 13 national conferences have been convened to examine issues in training for practice in psychology, all based on the assumption that extensive training is required to develop professional skills in psychotherapy, psychodiagnosis, and related professional functions. This assumption is challenged by a large body of r…
  • [The characteristics of diagnosing homosexuality in examining a special population contingent]. [Journal Article]
    Sud Med Ekspert. 1995 Apr-Jun; 38(2):13-6.Bardenshteĭn LM, Ermolaev VS, … Ponomarev GN
  • In social terms homosexuality is one of the most dangerous sexual perversions, for it is subject to a strong social disapproval, affects the personality core, leads to social disadaptation, growth of anxiety, development of neurotic and depressive states, suicidal inclination, is conducive to the spread of syphilis and AIDS, forms the basis for numerous crimes (violence, aggression, murder). Homo…
  • Psychodiagnosis of personality structure. II: Borderline personality organization. [Review]
    J Pers Assess. 1993 Oct; 61(2):329-41.Acklin MW
  • The borderline conditions have been the focus of considerable debate and controversy for over 30 years. This article, second in a series of three articles focusing on Kernberg's (1975, 1984) psychostructural diagnosis of personality organization, examines Rorschach contributions to the description and diagnosis of borderline personality organization. Rorschach approaches integrating nomothetic an…
  • Psychopathological relationships in depressive illness. [Review]
    Rev Med Chir Soc Med Nat Iasi. 1992 Jul-Dec; 96(3-4):167-72.Pirozynski T, Chiriţă V, … Chirită R
  • The evolution of the clinical concepts regarding depressive syndromes underlines the need for correlating the epidemiological, clinical and etiopathogenic data for elaborating the classification, quantification and psychopathologic assessment systems. The psychological investigation, complementary to clinical examination and adapted to patient's subjective condition, requires an improvement of it…
  • Psychodiagnosis of personality structure: psychotic personality organization. [Journal Article]
    J Pers Assess. 1992 Jun; 58(3):454-63.Acklin MW
  • Recent developments in Rorschach psychology, including nomothetic approaches focused on scores, ratios, and indices and idiographic approaches focused on content emerging from psychoanalytic theory, offer the Rorschach clinician a rich and potent interpretive methodology. This article examines the structural diagnosis of personality organization with a focus on psychotic personality structure. Ro…
  • Clinical use of the five-factor model: an introduction. [Journal Article]
    J Pers Assess. 1991 Dec; 57(3):393-8.Costa PT
  • In the past decade, clinical psychologists have developed a renewed appreciation of the value of assessment. At the same time, personality psychologists have come to agree on a fundamental taxonomy of personality traits, the five-factor model. Articles in this special series describe the model and its measurement and discuss applications in three different settings: general clinical practice, a s…
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