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*  Psychological Horoscope - Astrodienst
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*  How to Increase Brainpower
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*  The Potential Harmful Effects of Sucralose (Splenda)
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(1/30) Views of chartered physiotherapists on the psychological content of their practice: a preliminary study in the United Kingdom.

BACKGROUND: Although research into the psychological aspects of sports injury is increasing and psychological interventions have been identified as important in the rehabilitation process, few studies have focused on how sports medicine practitioners deal with psychological problems. OBJECTIVE: To investigate the perceptions of English chartered physiotherapists on the psychological content of their practice. METHODS: The Physiotherapist and Sport Psychology Questionnaire (PSPQ) was adapted slightly from the Athletic Trainer and Sport Psychology Questionnaire and used in this study. A survey package comprising a PSPQ, introductory letter, and self addressed envelope was mailed to 179 chartered physiotherapists registered in the England Eastern Region Sports Medicine Directory. RESULTS: In total, 90 (50% response rate) questionnaires were returned. The sample consisted of 67 women and 23 men with a mean (SD) age of 40.1 (5.4) years and 9.2 (3.1) years of experience as chartered physiotherapists. Descriptive statistical and qualitative analysis showed that physiotherapists believed athletes were often psychologically affected by injury. The physiotherapists also reported often using psychological techniques when treating injured athletes, but few reported having access to a sport psychologist for referral. CONCLUSIONS: This research indicates that future physiotherapy education may need more emphasis on the psychological aspect of injury, and seek to increase knowledge on the potential of using psychological interventions within a physiotherapy rehabilitation programme. Furthermore, some form of referral network should be established between chartered physiotherapists and sport psychologists.  (+info)

(2/30) Objectivity in psychoanalytic assessment of couple relationships.

BACKGROUND: Clinicians claim that partners in a couple can be understood to share a mode of relating, at an unconscious level. Assessment of this depends on inference from observable data. This study tests the viability and reliability of a modification of the Personal Relatedness Profile (PRP) for this purpose. AIMS: To test the interrater reliability and construct validity of a joint PRP score for couples. METHOD: Seven therapists independently rated couples' interactions using the 30-item PRP and segments of videotaped interviews with 19 couples. RESULTS: Interrater reliability was good and correlations between items clearly supported the underlying Kleinian bipolar model used (paranoid-schizoid/ depressive positions). CONCLUSIONS: Psychoanalytic couple psychotherapists agree in independent judgements of the nature of couple functioning, these judgements being based on envisaging couples in terms of an unconsciously shared state of mind.  (+info)

(3/30) First report of a psychosocial intervention for patients with alcohol-related liver disease undergoing liver transplantation.

Performing transplantations in patients with alcoholic liver disease raises great concerns for both clinicians and lay people, not least because of the fear that relapse back to drinking after the procedure may lead to poor outcomes. Therefore it is important to develop and evaluate new strategies for assessing and supporting such patients. A program of psychosocial intervention was developed to assist patients undergoing transplantation for alcoholic liver disease in coping with their alcohol problems. We describe a feasibility study of its implementation in a group of 20 such patients. This report shows that it is feasible to deliver a time-limited psychological intervention to patients undergoing assessment for liver transplantation. The intervention was readily integrated into the usual transplantation process and was acceptable to both patients and staff. Further research is required to clarify its impact on longer-term outcome measures.  (+info)

(4/30) Depression in later life: a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge.

Depression in elderly persons is widespread, often undiagnosed, and usually untreated. The current system of care is fragmented and inadequate, and staff at residential and other facilities often are ill-equipped to recognize and treat patients with depression. Because there is no reliable diagnostic test, a careful clinical evaluation is essential. Depressive illness in later life should be treated with antidepressants that are appropriate for use in geriatric patients. A comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach, including consideration of electroconvulsive treatment in some cases, is important. The overall long-term prognosis for elderly depressed patients is good.  (+info)

(5/30) Unmet demands for health care among patients with rheumatoid arthritis: indications for underuse?

OBJECTIVE: To assess the prevalence of unmet health care demands among rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients, and to determine if these unmet demands indicate underuse. METHODS: A total of 679 patients with RA participated in a questionnaire survey and clinical examination. Unmet health care demands and health care use were assessed for orthopedic care, allied health care, home care, and psychosocial care. Indications for underuse were determined by comparing health outcomes of patients with unmet health care demands and of health care users. RESULTS: Of the 679 patients, 28.7% had an unmet demand for 1 of the 4 services: 13.4% for allied health care, 9.7% for orthopedic care, 9.4% for home care, and 6.2% for psychosocial care. Underuse of allied health care, home care and psychosocial care was observed. CONCLUSION: Unmet demands for health care are frequent among RA patients. Most unmet demands indicate underuse. Health care professionals should therefore be more responsive to the demands of patients.  (+info)

(6/30) Evaluation of the support services provided to deaf children attending secondary general schools in Cyprus.

Deaf children have been integrated into secondary schools in Cyprus since 1990. This article reports the results of a major study carried out in Cyprus, the aim of which was to evaluate for the first time the support services available for deaf children receiving their education in secondary general schools. For the purposes of our study, four types of questionnaires were designed and administered to all deaf children integrated into secondary general schools, as well as to their parents, teachers, and head teachers. All participants stressed that the support services are vital for the children's academic success and social integration. The main support services identified by the participants in our study were: one-to-one and group sessions; presence of co-coordinators (special teachers of the deaf); "acoustical treatment" of the classrooms; provision and management of personal amplification, psychological support, and counseling; and in-service training for designated teachers. The majority of the participants expressed satisfaction with the support services offered to them. They also made some suggestions for the improvement of the integration of deaf children into secondary schools in Cyprus.  (+info)

(7/30) The effects of methylphenidate on a functional analysis of disruptive behavior: a replication and extension.

In the present investigation, a functional analysis of the disruptive behavior of a 18-year-old man who had been diagnosed with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and moderate mental retardation was conducted, both when he was taking methylphenidate and when he was not taking the medication. The results of this functional analysis demonstrated that the participant's disruptive behaviors were reinforced by access to attention only when he was not taking methylphenidate.  (+info)

(8/30) Nonpharmacologic and complementary approaches to cancer pain management.

Nonpharmacologic interventions are important adjuncts to treatment modalities for patients with cancer pain. A variety of modalities can be used to reduce pain and concomitant mood disturbance and increase quality of life. Physicians may feel relatively uninformed about which modalities have been used for patients with cancer and which have scientific support. This article reviews a few of the nonpharmacologic and complementary and alternative modalities commonly used by patients with cancer pain. It focuses on those modalities that have empirical support or promising preliminary evidence, with the goal of familiarizing physicians with treatment modalities that may complement regular oncologic care.  (+info)


What psychological techniques is advertisement for alcoholic beverages in magazines and on billboards used to


What psychological techniques is advertisement for alcoholic beverages in magazines and on billboards  used to sell the products?

 And  What are the hidden messages?
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It appeals to sex, attraction and fun.  Basically it comes down to making the viewer believe "If I drink that, than I will be having funa nd everyone will think I look sexy just like that guy/girl."  You will notice most women are thin and in a bikini, someplace "fun" and the men are larger, muscular and sexually appealing.  The thing is, they do that so the men identify the alcohol with being manly and getting hot women...and vice versa.  This is where society has gotten us...hope it helps.


What psychological techniques is advertisement for alcoholic beverages in magazines and on billboards used to


What psychological techniques is advertisement for alcoholic beverages in magazines and on billboards  used to sell the products?

 And  What are the hidden messages?
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It is all about the sex.


What psychological methods can you use to stop obsessing about a sick person?


I keep worrying about someone with a chronic illness.  I know she can't get better, but I wishing she would.  Are there any psychological techniques that can help me not worry about something I have no control over (besides medication)?
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There's mental illness and physical illness.  I have one friend with Crohn's Disease.  She's often in physical pain.  I worried about her all the time when I first met her.  Soon learned that (1) I couldn't make her feel any better, and (2) I could help her better if I wasn't obsessed about her illness.  She might need a ride to the hospital or something else.  Or she might just need reassurance or a calm head about her.  I could help most by not fretting and wringing my hands.  I have another friend with an emotional disturbance and chemical dependency issues.  That's a different matter altogether.  I learned that she would take advantage of my concern and convince me to do things against my own best interest in order to help her.  I had to go to a therapist to learn to detach myself and make her responsible for her own problems.  So it kind of depends on what you're dealing with.


How effective are the current psychological techniques in the treatment of anxiety?


Has your anxiety been cured by CBT, psychotherapy or NLP? Just to tell something about my problem - I found that I can't really relax entirely in front of people, especially strangers and that whenever I am expected to perform in front of an audience, an enormous sense of anxiety seems to grow inside and consume me and this naturally has an impact upon my performance.  My brain doesn't seem to be able to function at all when stressed. I lose the ability of language, memory, reason, etc. 

I assume that these techniques are fairly effective because they appear to be endorsed by medical professionals and yet I can't help being skeptical about the abilities and qualifications of the counsellors who practice them, having had a poor experience with a well known hypnotherapist. The only change I noticed was a lighter wallet and several hours out of my life wasted on the drivel he was pouring out.  It is quite easy to make money out of the desperate.
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Sounds like you have a mild case of social anxiety. Anxiety is actually THE group of disorders that therapy is best at treating. On the downside, social anxiety is harder to treat than other anxieties. It seems to have more of a physiological component than other anxiety disorders. While having a good therapist certainly helps, a lot of this will be up to you; it will be very difficult, but the more willing you are to engage in the therapy and related exercises, the better your outcome will be.

Here's what you do: find a psychologist (person with Ph.D in psychology or a Psy.D.) who can do CBT. While others can do therapy, psychologists are by far the most highly trained in therapy. You may also wish to see a psychiatrist (M.D.) to get on an anti-anxiety med. Studies consistently show that the combo of meds and therapy work better than either by itself.

Good Luck!


Why do people that love you, yell at you when you do something wrong in their eyes?


Why is it that if you do something wrong that one of your relatives doesn't approve of, most of the time they will yell at you. A lot of times they will yell at you for like 5 minutes and call you some mean names. Is this some sort of psychological technique they are using?
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Are there mental techniques for managing severe pain?


Source, especially on the web, would be most welcome.  I saw a brief reference to such techniques in the NY Times, in the context of beating a lie detector.
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I think you mean Psychological techniques for beating pain! The simple answer is yes!
http://www.asresearch.co.uk/text/pain_management.htm
http://www.healthauthority.com/painmanagement.htm
http://www.mental-health-matters.com/articles/article.php?artID=817


What are breathing techniques for running and a good running form?


Breathing techniques, running form, endurance, pace


How do you keep a good pace for your individual ability?
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Breathe from the belly and relax your abs when you run. Keep a straight back and move your arms in a front to back subtle motion- the idea is not to expend alot of energy flailing your arms about.
The old rule is if you are able to carry on a conversation or not get short of breath, pursue the pace you can sustain comfortably. What is your goal? Distance or time?  It's all a matter of personal preference and fine tuning it over time.   Have fun too. That's important!


What food ideas and techniques did the Japanese bring to Australia that Australians use today?


Food techniques and What foods did the Japanese bring to Australia years and years ago?
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The most popular Japanese invented food I believe is:

Chicken Fillet Burger at KFC!
Not many people know about this, but this burger was originally made in Japanese KFC in 1983 and then exported back to the States and the other 30 odd countries!
Twisters too...

Instant (2mins) Noodles were also invented in Japan in1955 and spread to the world

Answers like Sushi, Tempura and Tofu are boring, ha?