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  • article 8 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    The eleven-item Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST-11): Cross-cultural psychometric evaluation across 42 countries
    (2023) LEE, Chih-Ting; LIN, Chung-Ying; KOOS, Monika; NAGY, Lena; KRAUS, Shane W.; DEMETROVICS, Zsolt; POTENZA, Marc N.; BALLESTER-ARNAL, Rafael; BATTHYANY, Dominik; BERGERON, Sophie; BILLIEUX, Joel; BURKAUSKAS, Julius; CARDENAS-LOPEZ, Georgina; CARVALHO, Joana; CASTRO-CALVO, Jesus; CHEN, Lijun; CIOCCA, Giacomo; CORAZZA, Ornella; CSAKO, Rita I.; FERNANDEZ, David P.; FERNANDEZ, Elaine F.; FUJIWARA, Hironobu; FUSS, Johannes; GABRHELIK, Roman; GEWIRTZ-MEYDAN, Ateret; GJONESKA, Biljana; GOLA, Mateusz; GRUBBS, Joshua B.; HASHIM, Hashim T.; ISLAM, Md. Saiful; ISMAIL, Mustafa; JIMENEZ-MARTINEZ, Martha; JURIN, Tanja; KALINA, Ondrej; KLEIN, Verena; KOLTO, Andras; LEE, Sang-Kyu; LEWCZUK, Karol; LOCHNER, Christine; LOPEZ-ALVARADO, Silvia; LUKAVSKA, Katerina; MAYTA-TRISTAN, Percy; MILEA, Ionut; MILLER, Dan J.; OROSOVA, Olga; OROSZ, Gabor; TEAM, Fernando P. Sungkyunkwan Univ Res; PONCE, Fernando P.; QUINTANA, Gonzalo R.; GARZOLA, Gabriel C. Quintero; RAMOS-DIAZ, Jano; RIGAUD, Kevin; ROUSSEAU, Ann; SCANAVINO, Marco De Tubino; SCHULMEYER, Marion K.; SHARAN, Pratap; SHIBATA, Mami; SHOIB, Sheikh; SIGRE-LEIROS, Vera; SNIEWSKI, Luke; SPASOVSKI, Ognen; STEIBLIENE, Vesta; STEIN, Dan J.; STRIZEK, Julian; UNSAL, Berk C.; VAILLANCOURT-MOREL, Marie-Pier; HOUT, Marie Claire Van; BOTHE, Beata
    The Alcohol, Smoking and Substance Involvement Screening Test (ASSIST) is an instrument to screen substance -use-related health risks. However, little is known whether the ASSIST could be further shortened while remaining psychometrically sound across different countries, languages, gender identities, and sexual-orientation-based groups. The study aimed to validate a shortened 11-item ASSIST (ASSIST-11). Using the International Sex Sur-vey data, 82,243 participants (M age = 32.39 years) across 42 countries and 26 languages completed questions from the ASSIST-11 regarding gender identity, sexual orientation, and other information. Confirmatory factor analysis (CFA) and multigroup CFA (MGCFA) evaluated the ASSIST-11's structure and tested measurement invariance across groups. Cronbach's & alpha; and McDonald's & omega; were used to examine the internal consistency. Cohen's d and independent t-tests were used to examine known-group validity. The ASSIST-11 was unidimen-sional across countries, languages, age groups, gender identities (i.e., men, women, and gender-diverse in-dividuals), and sexual orientations (i.e., heterosexual and sexual minority individuals). Cronbach's & alpha; was 0.63 and McDonald's & omega; was 0.68 for the ASSIST-11. Known-group validity was supported by Cohen's d (range be-tween 0.23 and 0.40) with significant differences (p-values<0.001). The ASSIST-11 is a modified instrument with a unidimensional factor structure across different languages, age groups, countries, gender identities, and sexual orientations. The low internal consistency of the ASSIST-11 might be acceptable as it assesses a broad concept (i. e., use of several different substances). Healthcare providers and researchers may use the ASSIST-11 to quickly assess substance-use information from general populations and evaluate the need to follow up with more detailed questions about substance use.
  • article 8 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Sleep quality in overweight pregnant women
    (2015) RIBEIRO, Meireluci Costa; NAKAMURA, Mary Uchiyama; TORLONI, Maria Regina; SCANAVINO, Marco De Tubino; FORTE, Bruna Maria Bernardi; MANCINI, Pedro Eduardo; MATTAR, Rosiane
    PURPOSE: To compare sleep quality of overweight versus normal weight women in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy. METHODS: A cross-sectional study involving 223 women with 14 or more weeks of pregnancy, 105 of them overweight (pre-pregnancy body mass index - BMI - >= 25.0 kg/m(2)) and 118 of normal weight (BMI 18.5-24.9 kg/m2), attending the prenatal care clinic. The Brazilian version of the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI-BR) questionnaire was used to evaluate sleep quality. The Student t-test and the chi-square test were used to compare differences between groups and a p value < 0.05 was considered statistically significant. RESULTS: Most of the participants (67.7%) were poor sleepers (total score > 5); this proportion was significantly higher among overweight (80/105) versus normal weight (67/118) women (76.2 versus 56.8%, p= 0,004). During the second trimester, this difference did not reach statistical significance (72.5 versus 53.7%, respectively, p= 0.06) but mean total PSQI-BR scores were significantly higher among overweight participants (7.0 +/- 3.8 versus 5.5 +/- 3.2, p= 0.02). In the 2nd trimester, overweight women also had higher scores for sleep latency (1.4 +/- 1.0 versus 1.0 +/- 0.9, p= 0.02) and subjective sleep quality (1.3 +/- 0.8 versus 0.8 +/- 0.8, p= 0.02). In the third trimester, the proportion of women with poor sleep quality was significantly higher in the overweight group, but did not reach statistical significance (79.6 versus 60.8%, p= 0.06). During this period, total mean scores were similar for women with and without excess weight (9.4 +/- 4.2 versus 8.3 +/- 4.6, p= 0.2). However, overweight women had higher mean scores for sleep disturbance (2.3 +/- 0.7 versus 2.0 +/- 0.8, p= 0.04). CONCLUSION: Overweight women had a poorer sleep quality than normal weight women in the second and third trimesters of pregnancy.
  • bookPart
    Ensino da Psiquiatria na graduação
    (2021) HUMES, Eduardo de Castro; SCANAVINO, Marco de Tubino; LUCIANO, Alan Campos; LOTUFO NETO, Francisco
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    (2014) RIBEIRO, Meireluci Costa; NAKAMURA, Mary Uchiyama; TORLONI, Maria Regina; SCANAVINO, Marco de Tubino; MANCINI, Pedro Eduardo; MATTAR, Rosiane
  • article 44 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Compulsive sexual behavior and psychopathology among treatment-seeking men in Sao Paulo, Brazil
    (2013) SCANAVINO, Marco de Tubino; VENTUNEAC, Ana; ABDO, Carmita Helena Najjar; TAVARES, Hermano; AMARAL, Maria Luiza Sant'Ana do; MESSINA, Bruna; REIS, Sirlene Caramello dos; MATTINS, Joao Paulo Lian Branco; PARSONS, Jeffrey T.
    This study examined compulsive sexual behavior (CSB) and psychopathology in a treatment-seeking sample of men in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Eighty-six men (26% gay, 17% bisexual, 57% heterosexual) who met diagnostic criteria for excessive sexual drive and sexual addiction completed assessments consisting of the Mini International Neuropsychiatric Interview, a structured clinical interview for DSM-IV Axis I Disorders Clinical Version (segment for Impulse Control Disorder), Sexual Compulsivity Scale (SCS), and questions about problematic CSB. The average SCS score for our sample was above the cut-off score reported in other studies, and 72% of the sample presented at least one Axis I psychiatric diagnosis. There were no differences among gay, bisexual, and heterosexual men on SCS scores and psychiatric conditions, but gay and bisexual men were more likely than heterosexual men to report casual sex and sex with multiple casual partners as problematic behaviors. SCS scores were associated with psychiatric co-morbidities, mood disorder, and suicide risk, but diagnosis of a mood disorder predicted higher SCS scores in a regression analysis. The study provides important data on the mental health needs of men with CSB in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
  • article 0 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    O grupo de relacionamentos afetivo-sexuais seguros para portadores de transtorno mental grave
    (2011) SCANAVINO, Marco de Tubino; BENATTI, Edna Teresinha; SANT, Renato Del
  • bookPart
    Introdução à reabilitação psiquiátrica ao longo da vida
    (2021) SCANAVINO, Marco de Tubino; ALVES, Livia C. S.
  • article 2 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Treatment effects and adherence of sexually compulsive men in a randomized controlled trial of psychotherapy and medication
    (2023) SCANAVINO, Marco D. T.; GUIRADO, Alia Garrudo; MARQUES, Joao Miguel; AMARAL, Maria Luiza Sant'Ana Do; MESSINA, Bruna; REIS, Sirlene Caramello Dos; BARROS, Vivian Boschesi; ABDO, Carmita Helena Najjar; TAVARES, Hermano; PARSONS, Jeffrey T.
    Background: Little attention has been given to efficacious treatment and adherence to treatment of compulsive sexual behavior (CSB). Aims: Randomized controlled trial investigated short-term psycho -dynamic group therapy followed by relapse prevention group (STPGP-RPGT) and pharmacological treatment (PT) for CSB men on sexual compulsivity and adherence. Method: 135 men, 38 (SD = 9) years old on average, were randomly assigned to 1) STPGP-RPGT; 2) PT; 3) Both. Participants completed measures at baseline, 25th, and 34th week. 57 (42.2%) participants dropped out between baseline and 25th week, and 68 (50.4%) between baseline and 34th week. 94 (69.6%) did not adhere (80% pills taken or attended 75% therapy sessions). Results: A significant interaction effect was found between time and group (F (4, 128) = 2.62, P = 0.038, ES = 0.08), showing who received PT improved less in sexual compulsivity than those who received STPGP-RPGT (t = 2.41; P = 0.038; ES = 0.60) and PT thorn STPGP-RPGT (t = 3.15; P = 0.007, ES = 0.74). Adherent participants improved more in sexual compulsivity than non-adherent at the 25th week (t = 2.82; P = 0.006, ES = 0.65) and 34th week (t = 2.26; P = 0.027, ES = 0.55), but there was no interaction effect, F (2, 130) = 2.88; P = 0.06; ES = 0.04). The most reported behavior (masturbation) showed greater risk of non-adherence (72.6%). Discussion and conclusions: Adherent participants improved better than non-adherent. Participants who received psychotherapy improved better than those who received PT. Methodological limitations preclude conclusions on efficacy.
  • article 15 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Maternal overweight and sexual function in pregnancy
    (2016) RIBEIRO, Meireluci C.; NAKAMURA, Mary U.; TORLONI, Maria R.; SCANAVINO, Marco De T.; MANCINI, Pedro E.; FORTE, Bruna M. B.; MATTAR, Rosiane
    IntroductionObesity and overweight are increasing worldwide and may compromise female sexual function. Our aim was to compare the sexual function of normal and overweight women in pregnancy. Material and methodsA cross-sectional study involving 223 pregnant women: 105 overweight [pre-pregnancy body mass index (BMI) 25.0 kg/m(2)] and 118 normal weight (BMI 18.5-24.9 kg/m(2)), in the 2nd and 3rd trimester of pregnancy. These women were managed at an antenatal clinic of a public university hospital in SAo Paulo, Brazil, between 2011 and 2014. The Female Sexual Function Index (FSFI) was used. The characteristics of normal and overweight women were compared using two-tailed Student's t- or chi-squared tests. Differences in mean FSFI scores were assessed using the Kruskal-Wallis test. Pearsons correlation coefficient was used to assess the correlation between pre-pregnancy BMI and FSFI scores. ResultsIn the 2nd trimester, mean total FSFI scores were similar in overweight (n = 51) compared to normal weight (n = 67) women (21.9 9.8 vs. 21.7 +/- 10.4, p = 1.000). In the 3rd trimester, overweight women (n = 54) had significantly lower total FSFI scores than normal weight women (n = 51; 19.1 +/- 10.3 vs. 24.5 +/- 9.7, p = 0.0004). In the 3rd trimester, overweight women also had significantly lower mean scores in desire, arousal, lubrication, orgasm and dyspareunia domains. We found an inverse correlation between pre-pregnancy BMI and mean 3rd trimester total FSFI scores (r = -0.212, p = 0.030), desire (r = -0.216, p = 0.027) and orgasm (r = -0.222, p = 0.023). ConclusionOverweight women in the 3rd trimester of pregnancy had poorer sexual function compared with normal weight women.