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Micorrización en la conservación de los bosques
Blanca Susana Cruz Ulloa
Ciencia Ergo Sum , 1999,
Abstract: Se dan a conocer las ventajas de las micorrizas sobre el crecimiento y supervivencia de las plantas con las que se asocian como una alternativa biotecnológica para hacer posible la compatibilidad de la producción forestal en la conservación del ambiente.
Homicídio seguido de suicídio na cidade de Porto Alegre
, Samantha Dubugras;Werlang, Blanca Susana Guevara;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2007000200005
Abstract: this paper intended to characterize the profile of individuals who have committed homicide followed by suicide in porto alegre, during an 8-year period. the information about the events were gotten by newspaper articles and police inquiries researches, and through informants' interviews. in the 14 cases located, the event seems to be a gender-related phenomenon, as men were the killers, while women and children were the victims. the most used method for both the homicide and suicide was gunshot. the victim's home was the place where most homicides and suicides were committed, usually during the morning. in five cases, the event triggers were jealousy, threats or end of a relationship. the aggressor had problems in his primary support group, signs of impulsiveness , aggressiveness, alcohol abuse and criminal records, especially due to violence against his own family.
Estudo de idea??o suicida em adolescentes de 15 a 19 anos
Borges, Vivian Roxo;Werlang, Blanca Susana Guevara;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2006000300012
Abstract: this study aimed at identifying suicide ideation among adolescents aged 15 to 19 years old within the general population of porto alegre city, brazil; characterizing adolescents with and without suicide ideation as to depression/hopelessness intensity; identifying suicide ideation, association level between suicide ideation and depression/hopelessness in those youngsters; as well as identifying the variables most associated to suicide ideation in those adolescents showing this behavior. a social-demographic datasheet, beck scale for suicide ideation, beck depression inventory and beck hopelessness scale were used. data were submitted to frequency calculation, chi-square test and logistic regression analysis. from the 526 adolescents in the sample, 36% presented suicide ideation. out of them, 36% showed depression symptoms and 28,6% hopelessness (moderate and/or severe). the variables most associated to suicide ideation were: feminine gender, a friend's suicide attempt, depression and hopelessness.
Estudo de fidedignidade e validade da Escala de Avalia??o de Dor Psicológica
Fensterseifer, Liza;Werlang, Blanca Susana Guevara;
Psico-USF , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-82712005000100004
Abstract: in the suicidology field, shneidman proposed the psychological pain assessment scale - ppas. the objective of this study was identifying the ppas psychometric properties in adolescents with or without suicide ideation within the general population. the sample included 525 adolescents, aged 15 to 19, attending public and private schools of porto alegre, brazil. beck depression inventory, beck scale for suicidal ideation and ppas were used. as to reliability, an internal consistency rate of 0.55 (p<0.001) was found and, as to temporal stability, the rate was 0.93 (p<0.001). as to discriminant validity, ppas showed to be able of differentiating adolescents having and not having suicidal ideation; for convergent validity, a weak-to-moderate correlation was found; factorial validity suggested three dimensions. findings showed further studies would be needed concerning ppas, including those carried out with clinical populations, as ideal psychometric properties were not assessed.
Estudo de idea??o suicida em adolescentes de 13 e 19 anos
Borges,Vivian Roxo; Werlang,Blanca Susana Guevara;
Psicologia, Saúde & Doen?as , 2006,
Abstract: assessing suicide ideation among adolescents in general population was the goal of this study. the research included 730 youngsters between 13 and 19 years old, from porto alegre and erechim towns, rio grande do sul state, brazil. individuals were female (57.3%) and male (42.7%) youngsters attending public and private schools within the studied towns. instruments used included a sociodemographic data sheet, beck?s scale of suicide ideation (bsi) and beck?s depression inventory (bdi). data were surveyed in the studied schools. out of the 730 adolescents surveyed, 253 (34.7%) have shown suicide ideation, i.e., more than one third of the sample, 176 (69.6%) being female. the research has also found a significant association (p<0,001) between depression and suicide ideation. among the studied variables, depression and female gender were those more associated to suicide ideation.
Flexibilidade mental na resolu??o de problemas em indivíduos que cumprem pena por homicídio qualificado
Del Pino, Viviane;Werlang, Blanca Susana Guevara;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722008000100018
Abstract: this study aimed at assessing problem-solving mental flexibility in individuals who were convicted for qualified murder, and confined in a medium-security prison within the metropolitan area of porto alegre, brazil. the quantitative cross-research study had a convenience sample (n=60) including 30 homicides, paired by gender, age, schooling and social class to 30 individuals who had no criminal records. assessment instruments used were wisconsin card sorting test; stroop color and word test, wais-iii block design, digit-symbol coding and vocabulary subtests, a mini-international psychiatric interview and a socio-demographic datasheet. in the wcst categories and in the stroop test, the group of homicides showed lower scores than the control group with a statistically significant difference (p<0,05). it is concluded that individuals convicted for qualified murder show lower problem-solving flexibility, than the individuals having no criminal records.
HOMICIDIO SEGUIDO DE SUICIDIO
DUBUGRAS Sá,SAMANTHA; GUEVARA WERLANG,BLANCA SUSANA;
Universitas Psychologica , 2007,
Abstract: homicide followed by suicide (h/s) is a complex and poorly studied phenomenon. this research aims at identifying h/s cases occurred in porto alegre from 1996 throughout 2004. information on h/s was extracted from newspapers, police reports and interviews with the informants. from the 14 identified cases, men were the killers/suicides and women and children their victims. the most frequently used weapons were firearms. in general, the aggressor was an impulsive, aggressive individual showing problems within its primary supporting group, possibly suffering depression and alcohol-addicted with criminal backgrounds (violence against the family). events were mainly triggered by jealousy, threats or the end of a love relationship.
HOMICIDE FOLLOWED BY SUICIDE
SAMANTHA DUBUGRAS,BLANCA SUSANA GUEVARA WERLANG
Universitas Psychologica , 2007,
Abstract: Homicide followed by suicide (H/S) is a complex and poorly studied phenomenon. This research aims at identifyingH/S cases occurred in Porto Alegre from 1996 throughout 2004. Information on H/S was extracted from newspapers,police reports and interviews with the informants. From the 14 identified cases, men were the killers/suicides andwomen and children their victims. The most frequently used weapons were firearms. In general, the aggressor was animpulsive, aggressive individual showing problems within its primary supporting group, possibly suffering depressionand alcohol-addicted with criminal backgrounds (violence against the family). Events were mainly triggered by jealousy,threats or the end of a love relationship.
Problem-solving mental flexibility in individuals who were convicted for murder / Flexibilidade mental na resolu o de problemas em indivíduos que cumprem pena por homicídio qualificado
Viviane Del Pino,Blanca Susana Guevara Werlang
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2008,
Abstract: This study aimed at assessing problem-solving mental flexibility in individuals who were convicted for qualified murder, and confined in a medium-security prison within the Metropolitan Area of Porto Alegre, Brazil. The quantitative cross-research study had a convenience sample (n=60) including 30 homicides, paired by gender, age, schooling and social class to 30 individuals who had no criminal records. Assessment instruments used were Wisconsin Card Sorting Test; Stroop Color and Word Test, WAIS-III Block Design, Digit-Symbol Coding and Vocabulary subtests, a Mini-International Psychiatric Interview and a socio-demographic datasheet. In the WCST categories and in the Stroop Test, the group of homicides showed lower scores than the control group with a statistically significant difference (p<0,05). It is concluded that individuals convicted for qualified murder show lower problem-solving flexibility, than the individuals having no criminal records.
LA INTERPRETACIóN DELA PRáCTICA PEDAGóGICA DE UNA DOCENTE DE MATEMáTICAS
BARRERO RIVERA,FLORALBA; MEJíA VéLEZ,BLANCA SUSANA;
Acta Colombiana de Psicología , 2005,
Abstract: the purpose of this study was to describe the pedagogical practice of a female mathematics teacher of psychology faculty at catholic university of colombia. a class-room served for the micro-ethnographic investigation was carried out. the interpretative interest that characterized this investigation had an essential phenomenological connotation, whilst it occupied of devealing styles, patterns and other inherent aspects refered to academic practice. the hermeneutic focus that had this study allowed to characterize de teacher′s pedagogical practice, as well as the strategies and proceeding used by academic actors in order to understand through intersubjectivity the communicative interchange, the various forms of interaction between teacher-student. for that, the study posed the following categories: 1. pedagogical practice of university teaching. 2. teacher-student interaction influenced by the class-room environment. 3. teacher′s discursive hegemony as a teacherstudents communicative actuation. the study finally concluded that pedagogical patterns are not enough for explaining pedagogical practice. it also suggests that when flexibilizing models and making conscious about pedagogical practice complexity, teachers may become research workers of their own practice.
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