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Os sintomas psicofuncionais e as consultas terapêuticas pais/bebê
Pinto, Elizabeth Batista;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2004000300007
Abstract: baby's psychofunctional symptoms are related to the quality of primary attachment, especially with the mother. several studies and researches in this field have early diagnosis and intervention as their main objective. theoretical concepts as psychic mutuality and transgenerational mandate have showed the influence of parental representation and specially their phantasmatic aspects in the child psychological organization. this article discusses the relationship between the presence of psychofunctional symptoms in the baby and the parents/baby patterns of interaction analyzing 3 axes: behavioral, affective and phantasmatic, as well as their patterns of attachment. finally, to illustrate, we describe the case of a baby with eating difficulties.
A pesquisa qualitativa em Psicologia Clínica
Batista Pinto, Elizabeth;
Psicologia USP , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642004000100012
Abstract: this article discusses the scientific research qualitative methodology in clinical psychology, considering science as a human subjectivity construct, and searching to understand its particularities. this methodology implies a dynamic process of investigation in a certain theoretical system. so, the qualitative research is always considered a research-action because the action is investigated and interpreted as it is being performed, modifying its own process
O desenvolvimento do comportamento do bebê prematuro no primeiro ano de vida
Pinto, Elizabeth Batista;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722009000100011
Abstract: this article presents a research about the behavior development of 21 preterm babies (between 33 and 36 weeks of pregnancy), from 1 to 12 months old, at the hospital of the university of s?o paulo, in brazil, using the child behavior development scale - cbds. the results showed that the preterm infants had an important improvement in the behavior development rhythm after the 3rd month of age, reducing in a statistically significant way the behaviors with pathological signs, but maintaining risk factors in 23% of non-normalized behaviors at 12 months of age. this study provides elements that can help the follow-up of the behavior development process of these children and the early detection of delays or possible disorders in that process.
Behavior development of preterm infants in the first year of life / O desenvolvimento do comportamento do bebê prematuro no primeiro ano de vida
Elizabeth Batista Pinto
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2009,
Abstract: This article presents a research about the behavior development of 21 preterm babies (between 33 and 36 weeks of pregnancy), from 1 to 12 months old, at the Hospital of the University of S o Paulo, in Brazil, using the Child Behavior Development Scale - CBDS. The results showed that the preterm infants had an important improvement in the behavior development rhythm after the 3rd month of age, reducing in a statistically significant way the behaviors with pathological signs, but maintaining risk factors in 23% of non-normalized behaviors at 12 months of age. This study provides elements that can help the follow-up of the behavior development process of these children and the early detection of delays or possible disorders in that process.
O mágico Jogo de Areia em pesquisa
Franco, Aicil;Pinto, Elizabeth Batista;
Psicologia USP , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642003000200007
Abstract: this paper presents sandplay as conceived by kalff (1980) in a junguian theoretical approach. we summon up some of the studies for the validation of its application in public health services as with patients suffering from cancer, abuse victims and other clinical patients. the clinical expansion of sandplay as a nonverbal psychotherapeutic method is also discussed. the need for sandplay use as a subject of scientific research is considered and justified. we also present some possibilities to enlarge the application of sandplay, focusing its projective and diagnostic qualities, as an instrument for academic research in clinical psychology.
Latino Immigrant Children's Health: Effects of Sociodemographic Variables and of a Preventive Intervention Program
John C. Rausch,Mary McCord,Milagros Batista,Elizabeth Anisfeld
International Journal of Population Research , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/250276
Abstract: The number of Latino immigrant children is expanding rapidly, and the factors that affect their health are multiple and interlinked. We therefore propose to describe the sociodemographic characteristics of a mostly Dominican immigrant population, to examine to what extent immigrant status and other factors play a role in determining measures of their children's health and well-being, and finally to investigate whether a home visiting intervention modified any of these factors. The data were collected as part of an evaluation of a primary prevention home visitation program for high-risk mothers and their children. Bivariate and multivariate models were constructed to investigate the factors that affected the outcome variables. We found that numerous factors, especially a composite for overall stress, affected the health and well-being of participant children. We also demonstrated that the visitation program had a positive effect on many of these outcomes. Future program planners will need to understand the strengths and weaknesses of the specific population they serve. 1. Introduction Between 1990 and 1997 the number of children in immigrant families grew by 47 percent, while the number of US-born children grew by only 7 percent. [1]. The number of immigrants is continuing to rise. Between 2000 and 2007, 10.3 million immigrants arrived in the USA, the highest seven-year period of immigration in USA history [2]. By 2050, 25% of the US population will be post-1994 immigrants [3]. Latinos represent the fastest growing immigrant population and are the largest minority group in the USA, comprising some 44 million individuals [4]. Therefore, it seems reasonable to assume that the factors that affect the health of immigrant children, and in particular of Latino immigrant children, are and will be an area of importance in the coming years. Research on immigrants and Latinos, in particular, has not kept pace with the increasing numbers [5]. Further complicating existing research is the fact that many studies pool Latinos together as one group. This makes the interpretation of results from such studies difficult. Also, there is an increasing recognition that mental health and physical illness are contextually based and culturally embedded and that these factors must be accounted for when studying immigrant groups [6]. Some factors affecting the health of immigrant children have been recognized for decades. One phenomenon is the often described epidemiologic paradox in which infants born to immigrant mothers have better birth outcomes, including fewer preterm
A participa??o popular em Ipatinga (MG, Brasil): conquistas e desafios do setor de saúde
Batista,Elizabeth da Costa; Melo,Elza Machado de;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232011000100036
Abstract: since the sus implementation in the 90's, it has been possible to observe the change from a political, administrative, and financially centered system to a scene where thousands of agents started to constitute fundamental citizens in the field of health. the objective of this work is to understand how these different actors have absorbed and guaranteed the community the right to participate in the decision of public health policies. this research also tries to investigate the democratic speech and the participative practice implemented by the worker's party (pt) in the city of ipatinga (mg, brazil). this work uses as theoretical referential the communicative action theory of habermas and, from this theory, a model of democracy which is understood as the institutionalization of the discursive processes of opinion and will formation. the results obtained indicate that there is an important democratic history in the city, but with indications, however, of retrocessions in the participative practices of the health sector, as the reproduction of traditional practices of government is verified
Sele??o de descritores na caracteriza??o de germoplasma de Paspalum sp. por meio de componentes principais
Strapasson, Elizabeth;Vencovsky, Roland;Batista, Luiz Alberto Rocha;
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-35982000000200008
Abstract: fifteen reproductive, 22 vegetative and 21 agronomic descriptors were evaluated, the agronomic ones comprised seven descriptors for annual, winter and summer evaluations, respectively, with the objective to select the most appropriate descriptors for characterization of paspalum guenoarum and paspalum plicatulum. principal components analysis was used to discard redundante or non-discriminative descriptors. the principal component analysis allowed a reduction of 53, 68 and 43%, respectively, in the number of initial descriptors considered. by means of this technique, it was possible to select eight descriptors, considered the most important descriptors to identify the genetic variability in this germplasm collection.
Sele o de descritores na caracteriza o de germoplasma de Paspalum sp. por meio de componentes principais
Strapasson Elizabeth,Vencovsky Roland,Batista Luiz Alberto Rocha
Revista Brasileira de Zootecnia , 2000,
Abstract: Foram avaliados 15 descritores reprodutivos, 22 vegetativos e 21 agron micos, em que os agron micos compreenderam sete descritores para a avalia o anual, sete descritores para a avalia o de inverno e sete descritores para a avalia o de ver o, com o objetivo de selecionar os melhores descritores botanico-agron micos para caracterizar acessos das espécies Paspalum guenoarum e Paspalum plicatulum. Utilizou-se a análise de componentes principais para descartar os descritores considerados redundantes ou n o-discriminantes. Este método permitiu redu o de 53, 68 e 43% dos descritores reprodutivos, vegetativos e agron micos, respectivamente, do conjunto inicialmente considerado. Foi possível selecionar, por intermédio desta técnica, oito descritores, considerados mais importantes na descri o da variabilidade presente na cole o de acessos do germoplasma estudado.
PSICANáLISE E UNIVERSIDADE: PERSPECTIVAS
Pinto Elizabeth Batista,Vaisberg Tania Maria José Aiello
Psicologia USP , 2001,
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