Articolele autorului Doina Cosman
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Suicide Prevention in Romania
Rational Emotive Therapy, Cognitive Therapy and medication in the treatment of major depressive disorder: Theory of change analysis
Reaction time and implicit learning in multiple episode schizophrenia patients

Cognitive impairment in schizophrenia involves multiple cognitive functions, especially memory, attention, motor skills, executive functions and intelligence. Our study set out to outline and assess impairments of executive functions in multiple episode schizophrenia patients, especially reaction times, response selection and implicit learning. The study included 39 patients diagnosed with schizophrenia according to DSM-IV-TR criteria, with at least

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Verbal, visuospatial and face working memory impairment in multiple episode schizophrenia patients

Memory impairment has been acknowledged as a core cognitive deficit in schizophrenia, and it is present irrespective of specific features related to the patient or the evolution of the disorder. It is suggested that distinct functional subsystems of memory are differently impaired in these patients, hence the broad range of levels of functioning affected in this specific population. The aim of this study was to assess working memory performance in

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Saving and Empowering Young Lives in Europe (SEYLE): a randomized controlled trial

BACKGROUND: There have been only a few reports illustrating the moderate effectiveness of suicide-preventive interventions in reducing suicidal behavior, and, in most of those studies, the target populations were primarily adults, whereas few focused on adolescents. Essentially, there have been no randomized controlled studies comparing the efficacy, cost-effectiveness and cultural adaptability of suicide-prevention strategies in schools. There is

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Rational emotive behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, and medication in the treatment of major depressive disorder: a randomized clinical trial, posttreatment outcomes, and six-month follow-up