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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29755392/psychometric-properties-of-the-chinese-version-of-the-brief-borderline-symptom-list-in-undergraduate-students-and-clinical-patients
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Huihui Yang, Xiaoxia Lei, Mingtian Zhong, Qi Zhou, Yu Ling, Martin Jungkunz, Jinyao Yi
The brief version of the Borderline Symptom List (BSL-23) is a self-rated scale developed from the initial 95-item version of Borderline Symptom List (BSL-95). The current study aimed to evaluate the psychometric properties of the Chinese version of the BSL-23. A total of 570 undergraduate students and 323 clinical patients completed the BSL-23, the borderline subscale of the Personality Diagnostic Questionnaire (PDQ-4+), the Center for Epidemiologic Studies Depression Scale (CES-D), the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale, 11th version (BIS-11), the Childhood Trauma Questionnaire (CTQ) and the Attachment Style Questionnaire (ASQ)...
2018: Frontiers in Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29750353/who-is-my-jung-memories-reflections-prospects
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Martin Stone
The author describes his personal and professional journey in relation to the subject of the AJA 40th anniversary conference, 'Who is my Jung?' The first part of the paper covers his early life and his attempt to bring together two opposing parts within him: valuation of a scientific approach, and an interest in the inner world, dreams and the paranormal. Discussion of his professional life follows, including his relationship with Gerhard Adler, past problems and splits within the Jungian community and the author's attempts to heal these...
June 2018: Journal of Analytical Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29749287/a-qualitative-exploration-of-weight-bias-and-quality-of-health-care-among-health-care-professionals-using-hypothetical-patient-scenarios
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Justine Seymour, Jennifer L Barnes, Julie Schumacher, Rachel L Vollmer
The purpose of this study was to determine whether weight bias exhibited by health care professionals (HCPs) impacts quality of health care provided to individuals with obesity. HCPs (n = 220; 88% female, 87% nurses) in the Midwest region of the United States were recruited to complete an online survey. In this within-subjects study design, participants completed the Attitudes Towards Obese Persons (ATOP) scale to assess weight bias and responded to 2 (1 person with obesity and 1 person without obesity) hypothetical patient scenarios to evaluate quality of care...
January 2018: Inquiry: a Journal of Medical Care Organization, Provision and Financing
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29736645/infection-risk-in-gyms-during-physical-exercise
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Alexandro Andrade, Fábio Hech Dominski, Marcelo Luiz Pereira, Carla Maria de Liz, Giorgio Buonanno
This study aimed to analyze the risk of infection (influenza and tuberculosis) for individuals participating in physical exercise. This was achieved by assessment of carbon dioxide (CO2 ) concentrations, and examination of the physical characteristics of a number of gyms to determine whether there was a relationship to CO2 levels. This study was performed in three different gyms ventilated with either split system or central system air conditioners. The risk of airborne infection (percent of susceptible persons infected) was estimated for each gym using the Wells-Riley model...
May 7, 2018: Environmental Science and Pollution Research International
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29716945/fish-learn-collectively-but-groups-with-differing-personalities-are-slower-to-decide-and-more-likely-to-split
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Kyriacos Kareklas, Robert W Elwood, Richard A Holland
We tested zebrafish shoals to examine whether groups exhibit collective spatial learning and whether this relates to the personality of group members. To do this we trained shoals to associate a collective spatial decision to a reward and tested whether shoals could reorient to the learned location from a new starting point. There were strong indications of collective learning and collective reorienting, most likely by memorising distal cues, but these processes were unrelated to personality differences within shoals...
May 1, 2018: Biology Open
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29683712/get-even-and-feel-good-moderating-effects-of-justice-sensitivity-and-counterproductive-work-behavior-on-the-relationship-between-illegitimate-tasks-and-self-esteem
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Julia Schulte-Braucks, Anja Baethge, Christian Dormann, Tim Vahle-Hinz
We proposed that effects of illegitimate tasks, which comprise unreasonable and unnecessary tasks, on self-esteem and counterproductive work behavior (CWB) are enhanced among employees who are highly sensitive to injustice. CWB was further proposed to be a moderating coping strategy, which restores justice and buffers the detrimental effects of illegitimate tasks on self-esteem. In this study, 241 employees participated in a diary study over five workdays and a follow-up questionnaire one week later. Daily effects were determined in multilevel analyses: Unreasonable tasks decreased self-esteem and increased CWB the same day, especially among employees high in trait justice sensitivity...
April 23, 2018: Journal of Occupational Health Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29623277/worry-about-caregiving-performance-a-confirmatory-factor-analysis
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Ruijie Li, Mei Sian Chong, Peng Chew Mark Chan, Bee Gek Laura Tay, Noorhazlina Binte Ali, Wee Shiong Lim
Recent studies on the Zarit Burden Interview (ZBI) support the existence of a unique factor, worry about caregiving performance (WaP), beyond role and personal strain. Our current study aims to confirm the existence of WaP within the multidimensionality of ZBI and to determine if predictors of WaP differ from the role and personal strain. We performed confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) on 466 caregiver-patient dyads to compare between one-factor (total score), two-factor (role/personal strain), three-factor (role/personal strain and WaP), and four-factor models (role strain split into two factors)...
2018: Frontiers in Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29588574/application-of-health-quotient-to-enhance-chronic-periodontitis-treatments
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Zhaoxia Zhang, Dong Zhao, Mei Lin, Dongxue Zhang, Ruijuan Bai, Jing Fan, Zuomin Wang
Objectives: Based on the concept of health quotient (HQ), we designed and facilitated personalized plans to improve patients' compliance and oral health. The study aims to increase HQ level of patients with chronic periodontitis from four aspects, namely self-care, health knowledge, lifestyle, and mental health, and evaluate the effects of HQ training in maintaining oral health. Method: In total, 105 patients with chronic periodontitis were recruited from Capital Medical University-Affiliated Beijing Chaoyang Hospital from January 2015 to January 2017...
2018: Patient Preference and Adherence
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29587709/limitations-of-the-s-tofhla-in-measuring-poor-numeracy-a-cross-sectional-study
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Ashley J Housten, Lisa M Lowenstein, Diana S Hoover, Viola B Leal, Geetanjali R Kamath, Robert J Volk
BACKGROUND: Although the Short Test of Functional Health Literacy in Adults (S-TOFHLA) is widely used, misidentification of individuals with low health literacy (HL) in specific HL dimensions, like numeracy, is a concern. We examined the degree to which individuals scored as "adequate" HL on the S-TOFHLA would be considered as having low HL by two additional numerical measures. METHODS: English-speaking adults aged 45-75 years were recruited from a large, urban academic medical center and a community foodbank in the United States...
March 27, 2018: BMC Public Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29582901/dimensionality-and-scaling-properties-of-the-patient-categorisation-tool-in-patients-with-complex-rehabilitation-needs-following-acquired-brain-injury
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Richard J Siegert, Oleg Medvedev, Lynne Turner-Stokes
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the scaling properties of the Patient Categorisation Tool (PCAT) as an instrument to measure complexity of rehabilitation needs. DESIGN: Psychometric analysis in a multicentre cohort from the UK national clinical database. PATIENTS: A total of 8,222 patents admitted for specialist inpatient rehabilitation following acquired brain injury. METHODS: Dimensionality was explored using principal components analysis with Varimax rotation, followed by Rasch analysis on a random sample of n = 500...
March 27, 2018: Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29581459/predictors-and-estimation-of-risk-for-early-exit-from-working-life-by-poor-health-among-middle-and-older-aged-workers-in-korea
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Wanhyung Lee, Jin-Ha Yoon, Jung-Wan Koo, Sei-Jin Chang, Jaehoon Roh, Jong-Uk Won
The aims of this study were to investigate the predictors and estimate the risk for early exit from work owing to poor personal health status of the retirees. This study analysed the longitudinal data of 2,708 workers aged more than 45 years old from the Korean Longitudinal Study of Ageing. Multivariate Cox regression analyses were conducted to identify the predictors and to build a prediction model for early exit from work due to poor health. Internal validation was performed using random split, and external validation using the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing...
March 26, 2018: Scientific Reports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29572979/functional-rf-trilayer-sensors-for-tooth-mounted-wireless-monitoring-of-the-oral-cavity-and-food-consumption
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Peter Tseng, Bradley Napier, Logan Garbarini, David L Kaplan, Fiorenzo G Omenetto
Wearable devices have emerged as powerful tools for personalized healthcare in spite of some challenges that limit their widespread applicability as continuous monitors of physiological information. Here, a materials-based strategy to add utility to traditional dielectric sensors by developing a conformal radiofrequency (RF) construct composed of an active layer encapsulated between two reverse-facing split ring resonators is applied. These small (down to 2 mm × 2 mm) passive dielectric sensors possess enhanced sensitivity and can be further augmented by functionalization of this interlayer material...
March 23, 2018: Advanced Materials
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29566227/resting-state-networks-of-adolescents-experiencing-depersonalization-like-illusions-cross-sectional-and-longitudinal-findings
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Mélodie Derome, Eduardo Fonseca-Pedrero, Deborah Badoud, Larisa Morosan, Dimitri Van De Ville, François Lazeyras, Stephan Eliez, Raymond Chan, David Rudrauf, Sophie Schwartz, Martin Debbane
The mirror-gazing task (MGT) experimentally induces illusions, ranging from simple color changes in the specular image of oneself, to depersonalization-like anomalous self-experiences (ASE) as in experiencing one's specular image as someone else. The objective was to characterize how connectivity in resting-state networks (RSNs) differed in adolescents reporting such depersonalization-like ASEs during the MGT, in a cross-sectional (Y1) and in a longitudinal manner (a year after). 75 adolescents were recruited; for the cross-sectional analysis, participants were split into 2 groups: those who reported depersonalization-like ASEs on the MGT (ASE), and those who did not (NoASE)...
March 15, 2018: Schizophrenia Bulletin
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29547233/validation-of-an-uncertainty-of-illness-scale-adapted-to-use-with-spanish-emergency-department-patients-and-their-accompanying-relatives-or-friends
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Pedro Ruymán Brito-Brito, Esther García-Tesouro, Domingo Ángel Fernández-Gutiérrez, Alfonso Miguel García-Hernández, Raquel Fernández-Gutiérrez, Guillermo Burillo-Putze
OBJECTIVES: To validate a Spanish adaptation of the Mishel Uncertainty of Illness Scale for use with emergency-department (ED) patients and their accompanying relatives or friends (the UIS-ED). MATERIAL AND METHODS: We first developed a version of the questionnaire for Spanish ED situations. Next we assessed the content validity index for each of its items, revised it, and reassessed its face validity to produce a second version, which we then piloted in 20 hospital ED patients...
2018: Emergencias: Revista de la Sociedad Española de Medicina de Emergencias
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29546815/improving-measurement-of-trait-competitiveness-a-rasch-analysis-of-the-revised-competitiveness-index-with-samples-from-new-zealand-and-us-university-students
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Christian U Krägeloh, Oleg N Medvedev, Erin M Hill, Craig S Webster, Roger J Booth, Marcus A Henning
Measuring competitiveness is necessary to fully understand variables affecting student learning. The 14-item Revised Competitiveness Index has become a widely used measure to assess trait competitiveness. The current study reports on a Rasch analysis to investigate the psychometric properties of the Revised Competitiveness Index and to improve its precision for international comparisons. Students were recruited from medical studies at a university in New Zealand, undergraduate health sciences courses at another New Zealand university, and a psychology undergraduate class at a university in the United States...
January 1, 2018: Psychological Reports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29523047/introducing-consumer-directed-care-in-residential-care-settings-for-older-people-in-australia-views-of-a-citizens-jury
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Kate Laver, Emmanuel Gnanamanickam, Craig Whitehead, Susan Kurrle, Megan Corlis, Julie Ratcliffe, Wendy Shulver, Maria Crotty
Objectives Health services worldwide are increasingly adopting consumer directed care approaches. Traditionally, consumer directed care models have been implemented in home care services and there is little guidance as to how to implement them in residential care. This study used a citizens' jury to elicit views of members of the public regarding consumer directed care in residential care. Methods A citizens' jury involving 12 members of the public was held over two days in July 2016, exploring the question: For people with dementia living in residential care facilities, how do we enable increased personal decision making to ensure that care is based on their needs and preferences? Jury members were recruited through a market research company and selected to be broadly representative of the general public...
January 1, 2018: Journal of Health Services Research & Policy
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29519882/social-tenants-health-evaluating-the-effectiveness-of-landlord-interventions
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Paul Charles Cheshire, Stephen Gibbons, Jemma Mouland
BACKGROUND: The National Health Service (NHS) scores well internationally on access to healthcare. But access has been measured on methods likely to undersample the more disadvantaged. Social landlords have access to more disadvantaged groups and may be able to improve health outcomes for their tenants and reduce their NHS usage by simple interventions. METHODS: This is a randomised controlled trial of 547 London social housing 'general needs' tenants over 50 years of age...
May 2018: Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29512294/nomograms-forecasting-long-term-overall-and-cancer-specific-survival-of-patients-with-oral-squamous-cell-carcinoma
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Fengze Wang, Hui Zhang, Jiao Wen, Jun Zhou, Yuan Liu, Bingkun Cheng, Xun Chen, Jianhua Wei
Our aim was to establish a "nomogram" model to forecast the overall survival (OS) and cancer-specific survival (CSS) of oral squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) patients. The clinicopathological data for the 10,533 OSCC patients were collected from the Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) database. We used a credible random split-sample method to divide 10,533 patients into two cohorts: 7046 patients in the modeling cohort and 3487 patients in the external validation cohort (split-ratio = 2:1)...
April 2018: Cancer Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29504679/on-matters-of-mind-and-body-regarding-descartes
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Elizabeth Urban
In this paper the author considers Descartes' place in current thinking about the mind-body dilemma. The premise here is that in the history of ideas, the questions posed can be as significant as the answers acquired. Descartes' paramount question was 'How do we determine certainty?' and his pursuit of an answer led to cogito ergo sum. His discovery simultaneously raised the question whether mind is separate from or unified with the body. Some who currently hold that brain and subjectivity are unified contend that the philosopher 'split' mind from body and refer to 'Descartes' error'...
April 2018: Journal of Analytical Psychology
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/29502940/genome-wide-association-study-identifies-polymorphisms-associated-with-the-analgesic-effect-of-fentanyl-in-the-preoperative-cold-pressor-induced-pain-test
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Kaori Takahashi, Daisuke Nishizawa, Shinya Kasai, Yoshihiko Koukita, Ken-Ichi Fukuda, Tatsuya Ichinohe, Kazutaka Ikeda
Opioid analgesics are widely used for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. The analgesic effects of opioids are well known to vary among individuals. The present study focused on the genetic factors that are associated with interindividual differences in pain and opioid sensitivity. We conducted a multistage genome-wide association study in subjects who were scheduled to undergo mandibular sagittal split ramus osteotomy and were not medicated until they received fentanyl for the induction of anesthesia...
March 2018: Journal of Pharmacological Sciences
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