Adverse life events have been shown to predict weight fluctuations and dietary restraint, as well as eating disorders during adolescence or early adulthood. Since the s-allele carriers of the 5-HTT gene-linked polymorphic region (5-HTTLPR) are biologically more reactive to stress related stimuli, we aimed to explore whether the eating disturbances are predicted by environmental stressors and moderated by the 5-HTTLPR genotype. The sample was based on the younger cohort of the Estonian Children Personality, Behaviour and Health Study and included those participating in its second and third wave. The history of stressful life events was self-reported at age 15. Data on eating behaviour and attitudes, anxiety, impulsivity and depressiveness were collected at age 18. The effect of the adverse life events on binge eating and on drive for thinness was found to be moderated by the 5-HTTLPR. Adolescent girls who at age 15 had reported a history of frequent adverse life events had elevated scores in ...
The study investigated the frequency of adverse life events and prevalence of MD recorded for clients with intellectual disabilities (ID) in a medium secure unit, using data from an electronic patient record (EPR) system. Prevalence of MD was calculated on the basis of ICD-10 diagnoses and a 38-item checklist was developed to investigate adverse/traumatic life events for sub-samples with and without MD. High rates of MD were reported overall, particularly of schizotypal and delusional disorders and disorders of personality. Adverse life events including abuse, bereavement and relationship difficulties had been documented by clinicians. The overall number of recorded events was significantly higher for clients diagnosed with a MD. Associations between MD and life events have been reported previously, but not in a forensic ID population. The study contributes to a growing body of literature highlighting the relationship between life events and mental health in people with ID, offering further ...
BACKGROUND: Abdominal pain-predominant functional gastrointestinal disorders (AP-FGIDs) are a common public health problem in children. The precise aetiology of AP-FGIDs is far from clear. Psychological stress and all forms of child abuse are known predisposing factors to develop AP-FGIDs. The main objective of this study is to study the association between adverse life events (ALEs) and development of AP-FGIDs. METHODS: A cross sectional, school based study was conducted in Gampaha district of Sri Lanka. All children aged 13-18 years were recruited from four randomly selected semi-urban schools in the district after obtaining consent from parents, school administration and children themselves. A translated and validated, self-administered questionnaire consisting of four parts was used for data collection. Part I was the Rome III questionnaire for functional gastrointestinal disorders, self-report form for children above 10 years. Part II was a questionnaire on exposure to adverse life events. ...
Although the limited size of the buffering effect may not be considered important in clinical settings, from a population health perspective the findings represent an additional small but significant piece of the puzzle in the pursuit to understand the determinants of population health. It is worth noting that the effect of experiencing a RLE on SRH seems to be completely mitigated or tempered in people with above average SOC. Additionally, it is plausible that much larger effects could be found if the outcomes examined were more proximal to the experience of stressful life events. For example, SOC might buffer the perceived stress, autonomic nervous system dysregulation, or neuroendocrine response associated with the experience of stressful life events to a much greater extent than was seen with the measure of SRH. Furthermore, the analysis in this study relied on a dichotomised derived index of various RLEs; it is possible that some stressful life events may be buffered to a greater or lesser ...
Although the limited size of the buffering effect may not be considered important in clinical settings, from a population health perspective the findings represent an additional small but significant piece of the puzzle in the pursuit to understand the determinants of population health. It is worth noting that the effect of experiencing a RLE on SRH seems to be completely mitigated or tempered in people with above average SOC. Additionally, it is plausible that much larger effects could be found if the outcomes examined were more proximal to the experience of stressful life events. For example, SOC might buffer the perceived stress, autonomic nervous system dysregulation, or neuroendocrine response associated with the experience of stressful life events to a much greater extent than was seen with the measure of SRH. Furthermore, the analysis in this study relied on a dichotomised derived index of various RLEs; it is possible that some stressful life events may be buffered to a greater or lesser ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Development and assessment of stressful life events subscales - A preliminary analysis. AU - Buccheri,Teresa. AU - Musaad,Salma. AU - Bost,Kelly K.. AU - Fiese,Barbara H.. AU - the STRONG Kids Research Team. PY - 2018/1/15. Y1 - 2018/1/15. N2 - Background Stress affects people of all ages, genders, and cultures and is associated with physical and psychological complications. Stressful life events are an important research focus and a psychometrically valid measure could provide useful clinical information. The purpose of the study was to develop a reliable and valid measurement of stressful life events and to assess its reliability and validity using established measures of social support, stress, depression, anxiety and maternal and child health. Methods The authors used an adaptation from the Social Readjustment Rating Scale (SRRS) to describe the prevalence of life events; they developed a 4-factor stressful life events subscales and used Medical Outcomes Social Support Scale, ...
Few studies on resilience in young children model risk appropriately and test theory-led hypotheses about its moderation. This study addressed both issues. Our hypothesis was that for preschool childrens emotional/ behavioral adjustment in the face of contextual risk protective factors should be lo... mehr Few studies on resilience in young children model risk appropriately and test theory-led hypotheses about its moderation. This study addressed both issues. Our hypothesis was that for preschool childrens emotional/ behavioral adjustment in the face of contextual risk protective factors should be located in the cognitive domain. Data were from the first two sweeps of the UKs Millennium Cohort Study. The final study sample was 4,748 three-year-old children clustered in 1,549 Lower layer Super Output Areas in nine strata. Contextual risk was measured at both area (with the Index of Multiple Deprivation) and family (with proximal and distal adverse life events experienced) level. Moderator ...
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AIMS: Evidence has indicated that stressful life events are associated with development of diabetes, yet studies in mainland China are scarce. In this study, we explored the associations between the cumulative and specific stressful life events and prevalence of diabetes in Chinese adults. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The cross-sectional data were from the China Kadoorie Biobank study, which enrolled approximately 0.5 million adults aged 30-79 years from 10 diverse regions of China. Logistic regression models were used to calculate the adjusted odds ratio (OR) and the 95% confidence interval (CI). RESULTS: Of the 473,607 participants, 25,301 (5.34%) had type 2 diabetes (T2DM, 2.68% clinically-identified and 2.66% screen-detected). Participants who experienced one and two or more stressful life events were 1.10-fold (OR: 1.10, 95% CI: 1.05-1.16) and 1.33-fold (OR: 1.33, 95% CI: 1.13-1.57) more likely to have T2DM. Three categories of work-related events (OR: 1.15, 95% CI: 1.01-1.31), as well as family-related
Previous studies have demonstrated an association between negative life events (NLEs) in childhood and resilience/posttraumatic growth (PTG) with regard to the pathogenesis of major depressive disorder. We hypothesized that the type and timing of NLEs interact to influence mental health in the general youth population. Therefore, the present study aimed to examine the effects of NLE timing and intensity on current depressive symptoms, and to determine the direct and indirect effects of NLEs/resilience on PTG and depression among non-clinical adolescents. Data were collected from 1,038 high school students across seven high schools in Fukui, Japan, during their freshman and sophomore years (648 boys and 390 girls, mean age = 15.71, SD = 0.524). Respondents completed a set of questionnaires designed to evaluate the type and timing of NLEs, depressive and traumatic symptoms, and PTG. Cluster analysis was used to divide participants into three groups based on outcomes:
At some point in their lives, everyone will experience a stressful life event. Usually, someone can cope with and make meaning from the event. However, the body of research investigating the impact of severe and/or chronic exposure to stressful life events on the brain shows that harmful effects of stress exposure accumulate. Considering the extant literature regarding religious meaning making in light of these findings and the robust literature on spiritual transformation following stressful life events, I developed three hypotheses: 1) stressful life events increase risk of (non)religious ID change, 2) earlier events continued to impact later ID changes, and 3) risk of ID change was similar across change groups. This study analyzed a nationally representative longitudinal dataset of US children born between 1980 and 1984 (N = 8984). The final analyses used multiple imputation to account for missing data and did not find evidence supporting the hypotheses ...
Mary Gilliam, Erika E. Forbes, Peter J. Gianaros, Kirk I. Erickson, Lauretta M. Brennan, Daniel S. Shaw, Maternal depression in childhood and aggression in young adulthood: evidence for mediation by offspring amygdala-hippocampal volume ratio, Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2015, 56, 10, ...
The binding protein FKBP5 is an important modulator of the function of the glucocorticoid receptor, the main receptor of the stress hormone system. This turns the FKBP5 gene into a key candidate for gene-environment interactions, which are considered critical for pathogenesis of stress-related disorders. The authors explored gene-environment interactions between FKBP5 gene variants and adverse life events in predicting the first occurrence of a major depressive episode.The analyses were based on 884 Caucasians in a 10-year prospective community study. At baseline, they were 14-24 years old and did not fulfill criteria for a major depressive episode. The DSM-IV-based Munich Composite International Diagnostic Interview was used to assess adverse life events preceding baseline and major depressive episodes during follow-up. On the basis of previous findings, five single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) within the FKBP5 gene were selected for genotyping.While the authors did not observe genetic main ...
Life changes also mean relationship changes. Marriages may end and new connections may happen, creating shifts in your sense of self and how you relate to your extended group of family and friends. There are also situations when a husband, wife, or family member becomes ill. The extended illness of a spouse can lead to a husband or wife finding themselves coping with the responsibilities of being a caregiver. Also, there are deaths that can be difficult to process.. And as these integral relationships change it may be time to assess other responsibilities, too. Maybe there are clubs youve belonged to for years that no longer fit in your life. Or if you volunteer maybe the organization you want to give your time to is one you never would have considered a decade prior. Discussing life changes with a personal support professional is a path to healing. There are many aspects of life that can feel uncertain when people reach the age of 50. While society views this time of life as steady, many are ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Negative events in childhood predict trajectories of internalizing symptoms up to young adulthood. T2 - An 18-year longitudinal study. AU - Melchior, Maria. AU - Touchette, Évelyne. AU - Prokofyeva, Elena. AU - Chollet, Aude. AU - Fombonne, Eric. AU - Elidemir, Gulizar. AU - Galéra, Cédric. N1 - Publisher Copyright: © 2014 Melchior et al. Copyright: Copyright 2014 Elsevier B.V., All rights reserved.. PY - 2014/12/8. Y1 - 2014/12/8. N2 - Background: Common negative events can precipitate the onset of internalizing symptoms. We studied whether their occurrence in childhood is associated with mental health trajectories over the course of development. Methods: Using data from the TEMPO study, a French community-based cohort study of youths, we studied the association between negative events in 1991 (when participants were aged 4-16 years) and internalizing symptoms, assessed by the ASEBA family of instruments in 1991, 1999, and 2009 (n=1503). Participants trajectories of ...
BACKGROUND: It is well-documented that African Americans have elevated risk for cognitive impairment and dementia in late life, but reasons for the racial disparities remain unknown. Stress processes have been linked to premature age-related morbidity, including Alzheimers and related dementias (ADRD), and plausibly contribute to social disparities in cognitive aging. OBJECTIVE: We examined the relationship between stressful life events and cognitive decline among African American and White participants enrolled in the Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimers Prevention (WRAP). METHODS: Linear mixed models including demographic, literacy, and health-related covariates were used to estimate (1) relationships between a life event index score and decline in cognitive test performance in two domains of executive function (Speed & Flexibility, Working Memory) and one domain of episodic memory (Verbal Learning & Memory) among 1,241 WRAP enrollees, stratified by race, and (2) contributions of stressful life ...
The key finding in the present study is that individuals who reported extremely stressful life events within finance- and work-related life domains had significantly higher odds for having the metabolic syndrome. The risk was further increased according to accumulation of stressful finance-related events and according to having at least three events in any of the life domains we measured, namely finance, work, social relationships, health, and housing. Accumulation of stressful finance- and work-related life events and having at least three stressful events in any of the life domains also associated significantly with insulin resistance, obesity, and triglycerides. The associations were not confounded by sex, age, lifestyle, or family history of diabetes.. Our findings are in agreement with previous studies (9-13) by showing that major stress-related events associate with an increased risk of having the metabolic syndrome. However, our findings further suggest that of the life events we ...
A recent study into the role social circumstances and life events have on mental health found the biggest determinant of chronic anxiety and depression is
In 2019, 20.7% of children and adolescents in families with incomes |200% of the poverty threshold and 12.6% of children and adolescents in families with incomes ≥200% of the poverty threshold had experienced at least one specified stressful life event. Children and adolescents in families with incomes |200% of the poverty threshold were more likely…
The Holmes And Rahe Stress Scale is often used by doctors to find this answer: Can the most stressful life events predict future illness?
The Holmes And Rahe Stress Scale is often used by doctors to find this answer: Can the most stressful life events predict future illness?
Okay, guys. Buckle up! This is going to be a wordy post, but I promise it will be an extremely rewarding read. Last week was National Library Week. Libraries across the country celebrated in various ways, but we all shared the same theme: Lives Change @ Your Library. Here at EPL we talked to you. My colleagues and I, armed with cookies and a laptop, asked you to share your library stories. We asked you to tell us what you love about the library and how it may have impacted your life. I have to say that the experience was both entertaining and very humbling. The shorter stories I tweeted; the longer ones I will share with you here. Know that every single one of you warmed my heart and made me thankful that Im able to work with people like you.
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© 2015 Elsevier Ltd All rights reserved. Adversity, particularly in early life, can cause illness. Clues to the responsible mechanisms may lie with the discovery of molecular signatures of stress, some of which include alterations to an individuals somatic genome. Here, using genome sequences from 11,670 women, we observed a highly significant association between a stress-related disease, major depression, and the amount of mtDNA (p = 9.00 × 10 | sup | -42 | /sup | , odds ratio 1.33 [95% confidence interval [CI] = 1.29-1.37] ) and telomere length (p = 2.84 × 10 | sup | -14 | /sup | , odds ratio 0.85 [95% CI = 0.81-0.89]). While both telomere length and mtDNA amount were associated with adverse life events, conditional regression analyses showed the molecular changes were contingent on the depressed state. We tested this hypothesis with experiments in mice, demonstrating that stress causes both molecular changes, which are partly reversible and can be elicited by the administration of corticosterone.
BACKGROUND : Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is a chronic and disabling disorder with a low rate of full remission. As it is commonly assumed that cases in the elderly principally represent the continuing chronic course of early onset illness, there has been little research into the clinical characteristics, including comorbid psychiatric and physical conditions, which may be specific to older people. METHODS : Lifetime GAD and psychiatric comorbidity were diagnosed in 1974 community-dwelling elderly people aged 65 or over using a standardized psychiatric examination, the MINI, based on DSM-IV criteria. Multivariate regression analyses were adjusted for socio-demographic, lifestyle, biological, and clinical variables, as well as adverse life events. RESULTS : The lifetime prevalence of GAD was 11% (95% CI=9.6-12.4%) of whom 24.6% reported a late onset with a first episode after 50 years of age. The 6-month current prevalence was 4.6% (95% CI=3.7-5.5%). Most of the prevalent cases were recurrent but
In most cultures, alcohol is the most frequently used brain depressant and a cause of considerable morbidity and mortality. At some time in their lives, as many as 90% of adults in the United States have had some experience with alcohol, and a substantial number (60% of males and 30% of females) have had one or more alcohol-related adverse life events (e.g., driving after consuming too much alcohol, missing school or work due to a hangover). Fortunately, most individuals learn from these experiences and moderate their drinking, thus avoiding Alcohol Dependence or Abuse(APA 212).. As Im sure is the case with most everyone, I originally quit drinking more than a year before my 21st birthday, thus avoiding alcohol dependence. Or so it seemed at the time. In hindsight, the behaviors that caused me to quit that first time were relatively benign. I had (and have) a long-standing problem with social anxiety and having a few drinks had an almost miraculous effect on my ability to interact with ...
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Genetic and environmental factors both contribute to cognitive test performance. A substantial increase in average intelligence test results in the second half of the previous century within one generation is unlikely to be explained by genetic changes. One possible explanation for the strong malleability of cognitive performance measure is that environmental factors modify gene expression via epigenetic mechanisms. Epigenetic factors may help to understand the recent observations of an association between dopamine-dependent encoding of reward prediction errors and cognitive capacity, which was modulated by adverse life events. The possible manifestation of malleable biomarkers contributing to variance in cognitive test performance, and thus possibly contributing to the
About 240 million Americans either have suffered or will suffer from some type of back pain or spinal injury. There are a number of reasons why, including: Trauma. Back pain may be caused by any of the following: poor posture, poor sleeping habits, slips and falls, vehicular accidents, sports impacts, strenuous exercise, work injuries or childhood falls. These injuries, not always immediately detected, often produce a misalignment of the bones, which place physical pressure and stress on the nerves.. Toxicity. Toxins in the food or environment can produce serious adverse effects in every cell, organ, gland and body system. When they interfere with the functioning of the nervous system, they are called toxic subluxations.. Emotional stress. Emotional stress of day-to-day life is often cumulative and creates an increasing risk factor for disease. Your responses to day-to-day stress and to traumatic life events are often programmed into your nervous system as conditioned reflexes. When they ...
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Off to class, but not quite making it A stressful event has just occurred, and once the dust has settled and the adrenal rush quiets down, next comes the inevitable question. Will my lupus flare? Traumas, losses and major life events have an effect on everyone experiencing them, but the impact can be more intense…
TY - THES. T1 - Hav dwelt here ever. No alms. Veri pore: life experiences of the poor in sixteenth-century Norwich - a longitudinal study. AU - Silvester, Lesley. PY - 2012. Y1 - 2012. N2 - [Truncated] In 1570, the authorities in Norwich, England, alarmed at the growing number of poor people in the town ordered a census to be taken. This Census of the Poor enumerated 2352 people in 790 households. Who were they and where did they come from? What were the life experiences of these individuals? Was their poverty intergenerational? This thesis investigates the experiences of this group of urban poor from 1540-1640 and examines the extent to which their experiences were shaped by their relationship with the Norwich authorities. Genealogical research methodologies are used to carry out a longitudinal study of the families, to interpret the social history of the group over time. Combining these methodologies with modified family reconstitution and nominal record linkage techniques, the detailed ...
Ive noticed and commented on it my whole life, yet it never ceases to amaze me how my real life experience changes my priorities.. Readers of this blog know all too well what I obsessively worried about when I first began treatment for cancer. The side effects from chemo were no joke - nausea (we have medication for that now), heart damage from the taxol (years from now) and lung damage from the radiation (small possibility, but by no means a certainty - Ill worry about it when and if the time comes). What I was obsessively concerned about - when will my hair start falling out? Every time I shampooed, I asked myself - Is today the day? Is today the day it comes out in clumps in my hands? Sometimes Id get out of the shower and just sob - my loss of hair wasnt total, but my already fine hair was becoming increasingly thin. I knew I should have it cut very short, but I dreaded going to the salon, leaning back into the shampoo sink, and worried that that would be the moment my hair as a unit ...
The science in this area is just beginning to be uncovered; having a fundamental understanding of these relationships will be important as new discoveries continue to change our thinking, leading potentially to changes in practice and targeted interventions.
An average of 15 million adults each year experience the symptoms of major depression. The symptoms of this illness are severe, persistent and may lead to other serious complications. Major depression could result from a traumatic event or it may slowly develop over time due to a variety of previous and current traumatic life events. Major depression can lead to serious complications such as substance abuse and/or suicide.
Stress is a part of day-to-day living. As university students, you may experience stress through meeting academic demands, adjusting to a new living environment, or developing friendships. The stress you experience is not necessarily harmful to your health. Mild forms of stress can act as motivators and energizers. However, if your stress level is too high, medical and social problems can result. Both positive and negative events in ones life can be stressful. However, major life changes are the greatest contributors of stress for most people. They place the greatest demand on resources for coping. ...
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Objective. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between stressful life events (LESs) and its effect on the initiation of Graves disease (GD) and toxic nodular goitre (TNG). Patients and method. Forty-five patients with GD, 24 patients with TNG and 36 healthy control (CG) were included to the study. Graves and TNG patients had diagnosed within the last 12 months, with clinical and biochemical confirmation in Endocrinology Metabolism Outpatient Clinic of Cerrahpasa Medical School. The Holmes-Rahe Stress Scale and the Life Experience Survey (LES) was the psychological evaluation instrument used in this study. Results. There was no significant difference according to Holmes-Rahe scale (Graves & TNG P = 0.329, Graves & Control P = 0.115, TNG and control P = 0.571). According to LES scale when negative event number, positive event number, neutral events and their effects are considered, between Graves and TNG groups no statistically difference was observed (P = 0.139, P = 0.083, ...
Piecewise growth curve model (PGCM) is often used when the underlying growth process is not linear and is hypothesized to consist of phasic developments connected by turning points (or knots or change points). When fitting a PGCM, the conventional practice is to specify turning points a priori. However, the true turning points are often unknown and misspecifications of turning points may occur. The study examined the consequences of turning point misspecifications on growth parameter estimates and evaluated the performance of commonly used fit indices in detecting model misspecification due to mis-specified locations of turning points. In addition, this study introduced and evaluated a newly developed PGCM which allows unknown turning points to be freely estimated. The study found that there are severe consequences of turning point misspecification. Commonly used model fit indices have low power in detecting turning point misspecification. On the other hand, the newly developed PGCM with freely
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Stressful life events, psychological distress, coping, and parenting of divorced mothers. T2 - A longitudinal study. AU - Tein, Jenn Yun. AU - Sandler, Irwin N.. AU - Zautra, Alex J.. PY - 2000/3. Y1 - 2000/3. N2 - This was a prospective longitudinal study of the relationships among life stress, psychological distress, coping, and parenting behaviors in a sample of divorced custodial mothers. First, the differential effects of major events and daily stressors on psychological distress and parenting were explored. Second, the mediational links among stress, distress, and 3 dimensions of parenting behaviors were studied. Third, 3 coping strategies were studied as moderators of the relationship between distress and parenting. The results showed that both major and small events had significant effects on parental distress, with the effects of daily negative events being greater than those of major events. Parental distress mediated the relationships between stressful life events and ...
This article systematically reviews the literature on the effects of adverse life events or trauma on people with intellectual disabilities. It is important to systematically examine empirical evidence of the effects of trauma in people with intellectual disabilities as to date the number of studies in this area is not substantial, and the effects of trauma seen in the predominately general population literature are not necessarily transferable to the intellectual disability population. Identification of the effects of trauma on people with intellectual disabilities facilitates case recognition and appropriate treatment. Fifteen articles were selected for the review, and the results suggest that studies to date have been hampered by the lack of a consistent definition of trauma and the lack of a reliable and valid means of measuring the effects of trauma in people with intellectual disabilities. The review also indicates a lack of studies establishing causal links between life events and ...
Understanding what happens at first onset of auditory verbal hallucinations (AVHs) is extremely important on a clinical and theoretical level. Previous studies have only focused on age with regard to first onset of AVHs. In the current epidemiological study, we examined a number of aspects relating to first onset of AVHs, such as the role of adverse life events at first onset of AVHs on symptom severity and general mental health. For this purpose, we compared participants who reported adverse life events at first onset of AHVs (adverse-trigger group; N = 76) to those that did not report any specific events at first onset of AVHs (no-adverse-trigger group; N = 59) on a large array of variables ...
Researchers define turning points as a major transformation in views about the self, identity or the meaning of life. They occur as new things are learned, rendering us amenable to change, and produce perceived, long-lasting redirection in the path of a ones life. Psychologists associate turning points with transitions and stages of human development defined and explored by Erik Erikson. Ignoring uplifting turning points and with distressing turning points in mind, the philosopher Frederick Nietzsche wrote that which does not kill us makes us stronger. Retirement or loss of retirement income, end of a love affair, reaching the golden years (maturity) or learning that one (or a family member) has a fatal disease are examples of turning points. Portrayals, in film and literature, of individuals coping with obstacles to happiness or overcoming adversity dramatize turning points. Rhetorical, films and literature are cultural artifacts that comfort, guide generations and teach us how to live! Lessons
Troubled early parent-child relationships and recent stressful life events are linked to poorer immune response to basal cell carcinoma (BCC), according to US researchers
Objectives: Stressful life events (SLEs) have been associated with adjustment problems in ado- lescence (APA) in cross-sectional studies. Using a longitudinal cohort, we examined the influence of these events and predefined covariates on APA and compared internalizing and externalizing trajectories among children with many versus few SLEs. Methods: Data were obtained from the Study of Early Child Care and Youth Development. One thousand three hundred sixty-four children and their families were followed from childs birth until age 15 years. Adjustment problems at age 15 years were defined as high ( > 60 T-score) internalizing and/or externalizing problems on the Youth Self-Report and Child Behavior Checklist. Stressful life events were evaluated at 54 months, and third and fifth grade. Categories created by mixture model analyses for covariates were used in logistic regressions to predict adjustment problems. Results: Mothers reported higher rates of adjustment problems than adolescents ...
Stressful events have been investigated in various immune-mediated diseases but not in celiac disease. Our aim was to examine the relationship of stressful events assessed by the standardized interview of Paykel with the diagnosis of celiac disease in comparison to patients, with a diagnosis of gastroesophageal reflux disease used as the control group. Adults with celiac disease (n = 186) reported more frequent and more severe life events in the years prior to the diagnosis than control patients (n = 96) (67.2% vs. 37.5%, p < 0.001, mean Paykel score 11.5 vs. 13.4, p = 0.001, respectively). Findings were not significantly different between celiac disease and control patients for the time lapse between the event and the diagnosis (mean 5.5 vs. 5.7 months). Pregnancy was defined as a negative event by 20.3% of celiac women, but never by control women. Findings were confirmed when analyses were repeated in the subgroup of patients of both groups with diagnosis made within one year of onset of symptoms.
Recovery from serious psychiatric disabilities is a multidimensional, nonlinear process that consists, in part, of a transformation from illness-dominated identities to identities centered on empowerment and agency. This transformation may be punctuated by critical turning points. Analysis of these turning points may provide insight into the recovery process and how recovery can be initiated and advanced. In this qualitative study, in-depth personal interviews were conducted with 16 psychiatric survivors who were also providers of consumer-operated services. Participants were asked to discuss the critical turning points instrumental in their recovery processes. Analysis of these turning points using grounded theory revealed that participants played an active role with the help of supportive allies in initiating and sustaining their recoveries and that recovery consisted of a complex and ongoing struggle against multiple constraints to establish more positive identities. Implications of these ...
Life events and schizophrenia.. Occurance of stressful life events associated with schizophrenia. Brown & Birley - prior to schizophrenic episode, patients who had previously experienced schizophrenia reported twice as many stressful life events. 50% of people experience stressful life event before an episode. Mechanism unknown, however high levels of physiological arousal associated with neurotransmitter changes.. Double-bind theory. Bateson et al- children who receive contradictory messages from parents more likely to experience schizophrenia - lead to self-doubt, confusion and withdrawal.. Expressed emotion. Negative emotional climate = high degree of EE. EE family communication style involving hostility, criticisms and emotional over-involvement. Influences relapse by 4 times. Stress beyond impaired coping mechanisms.. Labelling Theory. Social groups construct rules. Symptoms seen as deviant so label of schizophrenic applied. Then becomes self-fulfilling prophecy leading to further ...
A cross sectional population based epidemiological survey of 899 adults aged between 15 and 59 was undertaken in two urban areas of demographic surveillance sites in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, using the Clinical Interview Schedule Revised. Significantly higher rates were found among those who had experienced more than three severe life events in the last six months and relationship difficulties and death of a loved one.
Background Long life does not inevitably mean more healthy years; older women have an increased risk of disabilities, diseases and adverse life events. Nevertheless, many older women experience health. This may be explained by possessing resources that promote health, despite adversities. Inner strength is seen as a resource as such. In this thesis inner strength is interpreted according to a theoretical model where inner strength comprises four interrelated and interacting dimensions: connectedness, creativity, flexibility and firmness, and being rated by the Inner Strength Scale (ISS).. Aim and methods The overall purpose of this thesis was to explore inner strength as a health resource among older women. In study I six focus group interviews were performed with older women (66-84 years; n = 29) and the interviews were analysed by a concept driven approach and by means of qualitative content analysis. Studies II-IV had a quantitative, cross-sectional design. A questionnaire was sent to all ...
Beginning in the 1980s, children have increasingly served as witnesses in the criminal, civil, and family courts; currently, ,100 000 children appear in court each year. This statement updates the 1992 American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) policy statement The Child as a Witness and the subsequent 1999 The Child in Court: A Subject Review. It also builds on existing AAP policy on adverse life events affecting children and resources developed to understand and address childhood trauma. The purpose of this policy statement is to provide background information on some of the legal issues involving children testifying in court, including the accuracy and psychological impact of child testimony; to provide suggestions for how pediatricians can support patients who will testify in court; and to make recommendations for policy improvements to minimize the adverse psychological consequences for child witnesses ...
Bereavement and grief by definition involve reaction to an adverse life event. Depressive illness in contrast often occurs in the absence of any connected adverse event, and usually seems to insulate and distance the individual from external circumstances. Treatment of depression may lead to increased sensitivity to loss. ...
The lack of progress in reducing low birth weight, the leading cause of infant mortality and morbidity,1 challenges us to persevere in our examination of potential risk factors. Although by 1997 the U.S.
Page 2 of 2 - Turning Points - posted in History Forum: I think the biggest single turning point was when a certain ape decided that life in the trees suck.Absolutely my friend, and the next greatest moment in history would have been when they learned to speak, allowing the state of constant bickering to manifest itself...........Infy
Washington, D.C., November 3, 2015- A new report, A Healthy Early Childhood Action Plan: Policies for a Lifetime of Well-being, released today by the Trust for Americas Health (TFAH), highlights more than 40 policy target areas that are key to achieving national goals of reducing toxic stress and Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and improving the lives of millions of children.. Living with prolonged stress and/or adverse experiences can significantly increase a childs risk for a range of physical, mental and behavioral problems - increasing the likelihood for hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, stroke, cognitive and developmental disorders, depression, anxiety and a range of other concerns. Currently, around one-quarter of children ages 5 and younger live in poverty and more than half of all children experience at least one ACE. According to research from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one-quarter of children experience physical abuse (28.3 percent) and ...
Our aim is to create a network of researchers working on the relationship between early life adversity and DNA methylation. Bringing together a team of social and biological researchers will enable us to share data and expertise in order to drive the field forwards and speed up progress. We will use existing high-quality data from studies where people have been followed across the life course in order to better understand how early life adversity affects changes in DNA methylation and whether there are other factors that alter these relationships. In addition to carrying out specific research projects in this area, network members will meet at a series of workshops, in which the results from research will be discussed and future projects will be planned.. ...
A Special Encore Return to the World of SPIDER-MAN: LIFE STORY by the Original Creative Team; CHIP ZDARSKY and MARK BAGLEY SPIDER-MAN. Hes a threat. Hes a menace. And J. JONAH JAMESON will do whatever it takes to make the world see it! But in this companion piece to last years hit miniseries SPIDER-MAN: LIFE STORY, will the decades of his obsession bear fruit for Jonah...or be his destruction?
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Obituary & Life Story for Afton Cleo Wride. Born Jun 6, 1920, died Apr 23, 1986. See photos, service information and a complete Life Story. theMemories offers a living online obituary that lasts.
Principal Investigator:MASUI YUKIE, Project Period (FY):2015-04-01 - 2018-03-31, Research Category:Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C), Section:一般, Research Field:Clinical psychology
Reviews were identified by searching MEDLINE, EMBASE/Excerpta Medica, and PsycINFO using 47 search terms to describe study design, outcomes, and stressors. Reference lists of reviews and personal files of the investigators were also searched ...
Photography has the power to change lives. Thats no secret. But the positive impact photographs can have on models is often overlooked. Photographic sessions can help models cope during traumatic life transitions and illnesses. It can help subjects face, head on, who they are and push back against restraints, often unseen, that may be impeding their joy. Photo therapy sessions allow models to celebrate who they are, regardless of what society or friends and family dictate. The therapeutic value of photography is undeniable. My models have used these sessions to grapple with many different issues ranging from longstanding insecurity around weight, to regain power and energy at the end of a draining relationship, as well as to confront various issues around shyness, acne, religion, ethnicity, body type, etc. Many of my models simply want to capture who they are as a major life change nears, whether its an illness, an operation, or anything that may bring significant alteration. Some want to ...
Background: The latest version of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11) proposes a posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) diagnosis reduced to its core symptoms within the symptom clusters re-experiencing, avoidance and hyperarousal. Since children and adolescents often show a variety of internalizing and externalizing symptoms in the aftermath of traumatic events, the question arises whether such a conceptualization of the PTSD diagnosis is supported in children and adolescents. Furthermore, although dysfunctional posttraumatic cognitions (PTCs) appear to play an important role in the development and persistence of PTSD in children and adolescents, their function within diagnostic frameworks requires clarification. Methods: We compiled a large international data set of 2,313 children and adolescents aged 6 to 18 years exposed to trauma and calculated a network model including dysfunctional PTCs, PTSD core symptoms and depression symptoms. Central items and relations between ...
Neuropsychological functioning and jumping to conclusions in recent onset psychosis patients Schizophr Res. 2018 May; 195:366-371. . View in PubMed. Neuropsychological functioning and jumping to conclusions in recent onset psychosis patients Schizophr Res. 2018 05; 195:366-371. . View in PubMed. Development and validation of the Questionnaire of Stressful Life Events (QSLE) J Psychiatr Res. 2017 Dec; 95:213-223. . View in PubMed. Predictive capacity of prodromal symptoms in first-episode psychosis of recent onset Early Interv Psychiatry. 2017 Nov 08. . View in PubMed. Randomized control trial to assess the efficacy of metacognitive training compared with a psycho-educational group in people with a recent-onset psychosis Psychol Med. 2017 Jul; 47(9):1573-1584. . View in PubMed. Development and validation of the Questionnaire of Stressful Life Events (QSLE) J Psychiatr Res. 2017 12; 95:213-223. . View in PubMed. Influence of cognition, premorbid adjustment and psychotic symptoms on psycho-social ...
Stepping Outs purpose is to be a partner in trauma recovery and wellbeing. Our focus is on establishing and providing therapeutic support through the delivery of case management and case coordination services. Our practice is trauma informed and client centred, building on individual strengths. Our vision extends to every adult survivor of childhood sexual trauma being supported with services that are enduring and centred on their journey. Statistics show that 1 in 4 women have been sexually assaulted as children and 1 in 7 men have also experienced the same. We also know that over 80% of women in prison have experiences of childhood sexual trauma. At Stepping Out we aim to provide adult survivors the rare opportunity to address the impacts of this traumatic life event. The impacts can include but not limited to drug and alcohol abuse, sex work, domestic violence and homelessness. How Your Contribution Can Help Now Stepping Out is a specialist service that understands the impacts, triggers and ...
A lack of support following traumatic life events such as relationship problems, the loss of a loved one, abuse and sexual assault can trigger eating disorders,
The studies reported examined the feasibility of assessing QoL, and the factors that influence QoL perceptions, in persons with late-stage neurodegenerative illness. Residents with a range of diagnoses from the Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability, Putney, took part in five studies. The first assessed the psychometric properties of the SEIQoL-DW and the SF-36. The SEIQoL-DW, which measures QoL from the patients perspective, was valid and responsive to reported life changes within this population. The health-based SF-36 was unresponsive and produced floor and ceiling effects. The SEIQOL-DW was retained for use across studies 2 to 5. The relationship between social comparison processes, cognitive functioning and QoL was examined in study 2, results suggesting that cognitive ability to make comparisons and life changes influence the potentially negative consequences of making comparisons with ones own past when evaluating present QoL. Memory ability also affected perceived QoL; individuals with ...
Imagine stress as having a backpack full of stones that you have to carry around with you all the time. Throughout our lives we accumulate tensions which are stored in our bodies. If the stress is intense, you can feel this clearly, for example a feeling of having a knot in the heart after you had a fight with someone.. Fortunately, during rest the body will spontaneously remove these stones again, lightening the load on our shoulders. This is why we sleep, to dissolve the accumulated tensions from the previous day, so we can have a fresh start the next day.. The problem is that sleep doesnt seem to go deep enough, as anyone with that knot in the heart knows. The next morning the knot maybe a bit less intense, but its still there. This will probably become a stone well have to carry with us for the rest of our lives.. Eventually, if the backpack gets too heavy, it will start to affect our health, our mental wellbeing, our relationships, our self confidence, and, research now shows, even our ...
According to the latest U.S. Census estimate, Fairhopes population has grown an unprecedented 44% from 2010 to 2018. There is every reason to believe that the 2020 Census will put us at 50% growth since 2010. This growth, unmanaged, threatens the quality of life that we value and love about our community. And because of that, we believe citizens should have the opportunity to give input to plans for the use of City assets before decisions are made that will affect the future makeup of the City. A land use study, a strategic comprehensive plan that will guide us through this growth with a vision for our land use should be in place before decisions are made on any assets like the K-1 Center and The Triangle property. Citizens want the opportunity to weigh in on what Fairhope is to become in light of our growth and the challenges it presents. We understand there is funding coming in for a land use plan. We the Citizens of Fairhope request that our elected officials wait to develop that plan to ...
Id also add that in the current, and predicted, recessionary economy, the first things to get cut are the non-core expenses. I think planning a future based on income from entirely discretionary
No one maintains perfect nutrition. In fact, to set such a goal would be to set yourself up for failure. Instead, think of nutrition as a balancing act between what you want to eat and what you should eat. Focusing too heavily on the should side will set you up for failure and guilt, while focusing only on what you want will pile on the pounds and make you less healthy ...
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This study is likely to fuel debate about how best to treat PTSD and whether conventional post-disaster treatments are warranted and for whom, noted Dr. Boscarino.. While PTSD symptoms immediately following a traumatic event appear more commonly in younger persons, women, those with low self esteem, and those with a history of depression, delayed PTSD is more common among Hispanics non-native born persons, females, those with low self esteem and/or exposed to negative life events. In general, African Americans were found to have a lower incidence of PTSD.. In addition, the study suggests that following a traumatic event the risk of problem drinking and alcohol abuse is also commonly associated with a history of mental health issues. Dr. Boscarinos research at Geisinger is currently examining both the risk and protective factors for PTSD, as well as optimal treatments for this condition, including a better understanding of the genetic basis of this disorder. Armed with genetic information, ...
This year Turning Point have taken their Alcohol Awareness Week activities online, ensuring they can recognise this important occasion
A few years from now, the entire world may mark whats unfolding in Southern Australia, as a turning point. A turning point that causes global powers to shift…. A turning point that leads to old energy maps being torn apart and tossed aside in China, India, the Middle East, everywhere…. As new ones are drawn from scratch. And a turning point for average Americans who take action today… who rise up to stake their claims to this once-in-a-lifetime energy discovery in the Arckaringa Basin. Its those fortunate few who could join the ranks of the next wave of Main Street Millionaires. Will you be one of them?. Thats the choice you have in front of you at this very moment. And its one you shouldnt take lightly.. After all, Dr. Kent Moors is an energy adviser to 20 world governments - including Australia, China, and the United States.. As you just learned, these are the biggest players in this Arckaringa Basin discovery.. Dr. Moors is also on two U.S. State Department Task Forces for Shale ...
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As this Memorial Day weekend without parades comes quietly to an end, there is definitely a feeling in the air that we have reached the turning point, a change
Turning Point Therapy is able to offer low-cost counselling through our Interns who are professionally trained counsellors completing their training. They are usually with us for about 10 months and under the close supervision of Delyse Ledgard. As a result the fee is significantly reduced to $45 per session. We are reducing the fee to $35 until September to support those that have been affected financially by the pandemic.. Contact: 16046387221 or [email protected] ...
Bikash Mohapatra analyses the fifth Test at The Oval that saw England thump India to record a series whitewash -- their first over India in 37 years. | The turning points of The Oval Test
Posted by Bram Teitelman on August 5, 2016 Yesterday, Philadelphias annual This Is Hardcore fest began. The four-day festival brings together the best in punk and hardcore from up and coming bands to legacy acts. This year, Sunday nights headliner is Turning Point, the seminal Philly-area hardcore band that broke up in 1991 The band gained in popularity, with their catalog being re-released […]. ...
TNA Turning Point Review -- @MikeKillam (1) No DQ Match for the TNA TV Championship Results: Magnus threw a steel chair square into the face of the Champio