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A coleção de Livros e Capítulos de Livros reúne capítulos e resumos de obras produzidas por autores do sistema FMUSP-HC que inclui a Faculdade de Medicina da Universidade de São Paulo (FMUSP), o Hospital das Clínicas da FMUSP e demais institutos associados.


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    Tackling Urbanicity and Pollution in Mental Health Prevention Strategies
    Globalization in the last decades has led to an increase of exchanges through the globe and an expansion of global markets as well as an increase of levels of urbanization through the continents. In particular, urbanization includes environmental, social, and economic changes and factors that may affect the mental health of the general population. In fact, emerging evidence reports higher rates of mental disorders in the urban settings than in rural areas, and social disparities and insecurity may impact on the mental health of the weaker groups of society. Also, the lack of contact with nature in the city and higher levels of pollution are associated with a remarkable rate of psychological distress. Pollution, in particular, is tightly related to the level of industrialization and employment of technology. It has been demonstrated that environmental pollutants (e.g., air pollutants, noise, ionizing radiations, etc.) may impact directly or indirectly on mental health: there may be a direct biological consequence of pollution on the human central nervous system as well as a range of psychological stress generated by the lasting exposure to pollutant agents. This chapter reports emerging evidence regarding the impact of urbanicity and pollution on public mental health and suggests further research and action in order to develop strategies of prevention of mental illness due to the burden of global urbanization. © The Editor(s) (if applicable) and The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2022.
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    Transtornos do pensamento
    (2016) BOARATI, Miguel Angelo; ASBAHR, Fernando Ramos; PANTANO, Telma; TURKIEWICZ, Gizela; GAGLIOTTI, Daniel Augusto Mori
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    Avaliação psiquiátrica
    (2016) GUIMARãES, Fabiana Meira; SAWADA, Julio Renó; BOARATI, Miguel Angelo
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    Intervenção multidisciplinar no atendimento de crianças e adolescentes com transtornos do humor e de ansiedade
    (2016) BOARATI, Miguel Angelo; COSTA, Carolina Zadrozny Gouvêa da; MORAES, Ana Jô Jennings; PANTANO, Telma; VIZZOTTO, Adriana Dias Barbosa
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    Intervenção multidisciplinar em crianças e adolescentes com transtornos do espectro obsessivo-compulsivo
    (2016) ASBAHR, Fernando Ramos; ZAMBOTTO, Carolina Sophia Vila; LABBADIA, Eunice; CASTRO, Lilian Lerner; SILVA, Renata Teixeira da; RESK, Karina Sauma; OLIVEIRA, Jordana Verano de
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    (2023) ROCHA, Lucas Almeida Santana; MORIKAWA, Márcia
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    Manejo de quadros de agitação psicomotora
    (2023) MORIKAWA, Márcia
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    Transtornos alimentares
    (2023) MARIN, Thaís Muriel; MORIKAWA, Márcia
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    Emergências psiquiátricas na infância e na adolescência
    (2023) RAMOS, Laura Trevizan Aires; CôRTES, Maria Teresa Ferreira; MORIKAWA, Márcia
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    Transtornos somatoformes
    (2023) FAZIO, Fábio Scarpelli; CASELLA, Caio Borba
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    Inovação e tecnologia - análises no big data, no seguimento e na monitorização contínua em pediatria
    (2023) TAHIRA, Ana Carolina; MASCHIETTO, Mariana; BRENTANI, Helena; JR, David Correa Martins
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    The status of women: Brazil
    (2017) COUTO, M. C. P. de Paula; SACCO, A. M.; SOUZA, A. P. L. de; SANTOS, E. C.; WENDT, G. W.; HABIGZANG, L. F.; KOLLER, S. H.
  • bookPart 0 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    The Effects of Trauma Type, Timing, Accumulation, and Sequencing
    (2018) LIU, H.; ANDRADE, L. H.; HARO, J. M.; STEIN, D. J.; KESSLER, R. C.
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    The Beck depression inventory: Uses and applications
    (2021) WANG, Y. P.; GORENSTEIN, C.
    The Beck depression inventory (BDI) is among the most used self-rating scales for measuring depression worldwide. Since the test construction in 1961, the BDI has been employed in more than 14,000 empirical studies. This chapter discusses the utility of the BDI based on previous studies on its psychometric properties. We only consider those studies that are primarily concerned with the validity of the psychometric properties. The advantages of the BDI are its good internal consistency, sensitivity to change, broad construct validity, flexible criterion validity in differentiating between depressed and nondepressed subjects, and international propagation. The main limitations of the tool are the lack of representative norms, doubtful objectivity of interpretation, and controversial factorial validity. Agreements and contradictions between the various studies, as well as potential factors (sampling issues, statistical procedures, sensitivity to change) accounting for the variance in their results, are discussed. © 2021 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
  • bookPart 1 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Assessment scoring tools of depression
    (2021) GORENSTEIN, C.; HENNA, E.; WANG, Y. P.
    Depression is a common psychiatric disorder and is associated with severe impairment in the patient’s lives. Even so, depressive conditions remain underdiagnosed and its assessment is made mainly by clinical judgment, which brings an unavoidable decrease in diagnostic reliability. There are several instruments widely used in research, which aim to enhance the detection of depression, to ensure diagnosis accuracy, to register the intensity of symptoms, and to follow-up the treatment efficacy. This chapter aims to present the most used scales for screening, diagnosing, and measuring outcomes in depression. Further, we highlight the psychometric properties of assessment tools of depression, to help clinicians to select the best-suited ones for their purposes. © 2021 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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    Major depressive disorder
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    The neuroscience of depression: Mechanisms and treatments
    (2021) WANG, Y. P.; GORENSTEIN, C.; Sá JUNIOR, A. R. de
    The present chapter summarizes aspects of depression among college students, who experience higher rates of depression than those found in general population. Depression in students is often associated with some risk behaviors, such as suicidal thoughts and attempts, non-suicidal self-injury, and substance abuse. Although universal screening of depression is recommended among students, resources of mental health should be available before implementing a screening program. Early identification and management may improve symptoms of depression, increase academic performance, and prevent college dropout. Counseling, psychotherapy, and psychopharmacotherapy are treatment options for depression in college campus. Many students with depression prefer managing their problems by themselves, delaying the help-seeking and aggravating the severity of depression. The effectiveness of interventions is associated with student’s suboptimal adherence and response rate to treatment. Therefore, access to health care should be improved, in terms of the adequacy and quality of the service offered to students with depression. © 2021 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
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    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
    (2015) CASTALDELLI-MAIA, J. M.
    Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a chronic, disabling disorder that is characterized by the presence of obsessions and/or compulsions. OCD groups with other related disorders such as body dysmorphic disorder, hoarding disorder, trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder), excoriation (skin-picking) disorder, and other disorders. However, it is important to note that this group of disorders guard close proximity with anxiety disorders. The prognosis of OCD improved dramatically with the introduction of special cognitive-behavioral techniques and the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors. At present, researchers attempt to integrate psychological, behavioral, neurochemical, and neuroanatomical findings in a comprehensive psychobiological model of OCD. © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.