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The Mysterious Hypnotic Analgesia: Experimental Evidences  [PDF]
Edoardo Casiglia, Edoardo Casiglia, Valérie Tikhonoff, Federica Albertini, Antonio M. Lapenta, Federica Gasparotti, Francesco Finatti, Augusto M. Rossi, Gastone Zanette, Margherita Giacomello, Nunzia Giordano, Jacopo Favaro, Enrico Facco
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.98112
Abstract: In the last years, the Laboratory of Experimental Hypnosis of the University of Padova and of the Institute Franco Granone of Torino, also in collaboration with the Foundation Hospital San Camillo in Venice, studied the effectiveness and the mechanisms of hypnotic analgesia in non-trigeminal an trigeminal pain. In this paper, the results of our work are summarized, starting from what was already known on the topic and exploring experimentally many different aspects of hypnotic analgesia. All the studies described in the present paper were conducted following scientific protocols and using the methods and means of Galilean science, employing in particular many instruments pertaining to human physiology and belonging to cardiology and neurology. This leads to the demonstration that hypnotic analgesia is an objective, real and measurable phenomenon.
Experimental Approach to the Transmission of Information in Hypnosis  [PDF]
Edoardo Casiglia, Federica Albertini, Valérie Tikhonoff, Federica Gasparotti, Jacopo Favaro, Francesco Finatti, Panagiota Rempelou, Antonio Maria Lapenta, Paolo Spinella
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2018.91001
Abstract: The means by which information can be transmitted in hypnosis are debated. Aim of this pilot study was to induce and maintain hypnosis without the hypnotist and the subject being in the same room. In other words, we wanted to clarify, using measurable outcomes, if the hypnotic message could be conveyed through an electronic device. We studied 6 young healthy highly hypnotizable volunteers. After a session aimed at creating the rapport, each participant underwent an experimental session consisting in the execution of a cold pressor test (CTP) in basal awake condition, during hypnotic focused analgesia in the presence of the hypnotist (HFA-P) and during hypnotic focused analgesia suggested via transceiver (HFA-R). Cardiovascular monitoring was performed throughout the session. Perceived pain intensity and hemodynamic parameters during the CPT (baseline, 1st minute, end of the test) in the three phases of the experimental session were compared with paired t-test. During both HFA-P and HFA-R, perceived pain was nullified. The times of permanence in icy water significantly increased in comparison to non-hypnotic condition by 369.2% in HFA-P and by 394.3% in HFA-R. The systolic blood pressure × heart rate product increased in non-hypnotic conditions (+27.8%, p < 0.01, at the 1st minute; +35.3%, p = 0.01, at the end) but not during HFA-P (-1% and -0.2%, NS) or HFA-R (+7.3% and -1.6%, NS). In conclusion, hypnosis induced and maintained via transceiver was equivalent to that in the presence of the hypnotist. The hypnotic information therefore turned out to be more important than the means chosen to transmit it.
L'intervention en santé mentale au travail: Une lecture interactionniste
Favaro,Marc;
Revista Ciencias de la Salud , 2006,
Abstract: the psychological aggressions in the work (exhaustions, harassments, stress, violence) have become one of the subjects of greater preoccupation in the prevention of professional risks. additionally to the necessity to know and to describe to the sectors and the exposed populations more, as well as to characterize the diverse factors in causal, also it seems important to debate the theoretical and practical modalities of the used interventions. in an accessible language for the land professionals who question this difficult subject of the mental health in the work, this text proposes reflection tracks, from the point of view of the contribution interrelated between the individuals and the organizations in the origin of the observed professional sufferings.
Voces convergentes: Resultados divergentes. Argentina, 1910-2010
Favaro,Orietta;
Revista Pilquen , 2010,
Abstract: the objective of this proposal is to bring some thoughts together about the actions of political leaders and professionals and technicians from the state government that generated public policies and alternatives to the current economic model and the natural resources. this is comparative analyses of two moments: 1910 and 2010.
Mental Health Intervention at Work: an Interactionist Approach
Marc Favaro
Revista Ciencias de la Salud , 2006,
Abstract: The psychological aggressions in the work(exhaustions, harassments, stress, violence) havebecome one of the subjects of greater preoccupationin the prevention of professional risks. Additionallyto the necessity to know and to describeto the sectors and the exposed populations more,as well as to characterize the diverse factors incausal, also it seems important to debate thetheoretical and practical modalities of the usedinterventions. In an accessible language for theland professionals who question this difficultsubject of the mental health in the work, this textproposes reflection tracks, from the point of viewof the contribution interrelated between theindividuals and the organizations in the originof the observed professional sufferings.
L’italiano L2 : auto-apprendimento e narratività. Materiali multimediali di italiano L2 per bambini e ragazzi.
Graziella Favaro
Italiano LinguaDue , 2009, DOI: 10.6092/2037-3597/445
Abstract: Insegnare l'italiano come seconda lingua ai bambini e ragazzi di recente immigrazione è un percorso delicato e complesso che fa ormai parte dei compiti professionali ";ordinari"; dei docenti che operano nelle classi sempre più multiculturali e plurilingui. La modalità di insegnamento/apprendimento della L2 più diffusa ed efficace è quella integrata: l'alunno non italofono è inserito nella classe comune e, parallelamente, in determinati momenti, frequenta il laboratorio di italiano L2. Per sostenere questo modello integrato e accompagnare il viaggio de
UNA LINGUA “SECONDA E ADOTTIVA”. L’ITALIANO DELLE SECONDE GENERAZIONI
Graziella Favaro
Italiano LinguaDue , 2011, DOI: 10.6092/2037-3597/819
Abstract: Si assiste nella scuola italiana ad un cambiamento importante che riguarda i bambini e i ragazzi stranieri inseriti: aumentano di anno in anno coloro che sono nati in Italia e che entrano nel sistema scolastico nei tempi e modi comuni ai coetanei autoctoni mentre diminuisce il numero di coloro che arrivano qui dal paese d’origine per ricongiungersi ai famigliari. Ma come parlano i bambini stranieri nati in Italia ? Quali caratteristiche interlinguistiche ha l’italiano dei “futuri cittadini”? Una ricerca osservativa ha coinvolto alcuni bambini stranieri di cinque anni inseriti nella scuola dell'infanzia e ha cercato di descrivere l’italiano delle seconde generazioni, tra esitazioni, silenzi, conquiste e creatività linguistica. A “second and adopted” language. Second generation Italian speakers. In Italian schools there is an important change which regards foreign children enrolled: every year there are more and more of them who were born in Italy and they enter the school system following the same rhythms as their native classmates while fewer and fewer foreigners arrive from their home countries to reunite with their families. How do foreign children, born in Italy, speak? What interlinguistic characteristics does the Italian spoken by these “future citizens” have? This observational study focused on some foreign 5-year-old children in Italian preschools and attempted to describe the language used by these second-generation speakers, between hesitations, silences, achievements and linguistic creativity.
PAROLE, LINGUE E ALFABETI NELLA CLASSE MULTICULTURALE
Graziella Favaro
Italiano LinguaDue , 2012, DOI: 10.6092/2037-3597/2283
Abstract: Il bilinguismo è soprattutto un’opportunità e una ricchezza perché la padronanza di due lingue amplia le frontiere delle possibilità e il mondo si allarga di conseguenza. Ma che cosa succede quando in epoche diverse della vita – nella prima infanzia, nell’infanzia o nell’adolescenza – a causa del viaggio di migrazione, una nuova lingua entra a far parte del patrimonio linguistico dei bambini? Quali rapporti profondi di concorrenza, conflitto, complementarietà, integrazione si stabiliscono tra i due codici, tra i diversi significati e i significanti? E se la lingua madre diventa improvvisamente muta e una nuova lingua sostituisce quella originaria, quali cambiamenti e perdite si verificano nella vita emotiva dei bambini venuti da lontano? Sono queste alcune delle domande a cui il contributo si propone di rispondere, analizzando la condizione bilingue variegata e molteplice degli alunni stranieri in Italia e presentando alcuni progetti significativi e materiali innovativi per valorizzare la pluralità linguistica della classe. WORDS, LANGUAGES AND ALPHABETS IN THE MULTICULTURAL CLASSROOM Bilingualism is above all an opportunity and a richness, since mastering two languages creates greater possibilities and the world expands as a consequence. But what happens in different stages of life- in childhood or adolescence- due to migration, when a new language becomes part of a child’s heritage? What profound relationships –competition, conflict, complementarity, integration- are established between the two codes, between different meanings and signifiers? And if the new language renders the mother tongue mute, what changes and losses take place in the emotional sphere of migrant children? These are a few of the questions which the paper attempts to answer, by analyzing the varied and multifaceted bilingual condition of foreign students in Italy. The paper presents a few important projects and innovative materials to give value to the plurality of languages in classrooms.
How Liquid Based Microbiology Can Change the Workflow in the Microbiology Laboratories  [PDF]
Carla Fontana, Marco Favaro, Cartesio Favalli
Advances in Microbiology (AiM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/aim.2013.36067
Abstract: Liquid-based microbiology (LBM) is the future for the technological development of microbiology laboratories. In particular, the Eswab system (by Copan) simplifies and streamlines specimen collection and represents the only liquid system supporting the recovery of all types of bacteria (aerobic, anaerobic, and fastidious bacteria). In addition, LBM offers advantages in the efficiency of microorganism recovery and ease of sampling, transport, and storage. LBM also allows the introduction of true automation in the laboratory: either by using Copan ? (Walk-Away Specimen Processor) or any other commercially available specimen processor that utilizes LBM. In this paper, we illustrate how LBM can positively change laboratory workflow by illustrating several years of our experience with LBM. LBM allows clinical specimen optimization and has several important advantages: cost reduction (due to the smaller number of different devices used), time savings for medical or nursing staff (less confusion in collection device selection and fewer samples being collected), time savings for laboratory staff (fewer samples to access and handle for individual investigations), and patient comfort improvement (multiple sample collection can be avoided). A unique collection device for several investigations also guarantees quality due to the uniformity of the sample and standardization of procedures.

 

Per l'interpretazione dell'etnonimo gallico Tectosages
Jacopo Garzonio
Studi Linguistici e Filologici Online , 2003,
Abstract: The Gaulish ethnic name Tectosages, lit. 'the ones seeking possessions', is traditionally explained referring it to the historical migrations of these people. However there are many reasons, also linguistic, to reject such a theory. The aim of this article is to propose an alternative hypothesis, based on the evidence got out of the Irish and Gaulish culture. It may be supposed that a name like Tectosages is related to an ancient social subdivision in age grades. Examples of similar habits can also be found in other Indo-European civilisations.
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