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  • Emotional stability is associated with the MAOA promoter uVNTR polymorphism in women. [Journal Article]
    Brain Behav 2019; 9(9):e01376Rodríguez-Ramos Á, Moriana JA, … Ruiz-Rubio M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our results indicate that neuroticism might be regulated by MAOA and could be a common factor between different phenotypes, such as aggressive behaviors or personality disorders, observed in women with higher activity genotype who had been exposed to negative environments during childhood. This study could lead to a better understanding of the basis of emotional stability and could lead to future projects for this purpose.
  • 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.
  • [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.
  • 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.
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