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Abuso sexual en ni?os y adolescentes de ambos sexos
Almonte,Carlos; Insunza,Carla; Ruiz,Cecilia;
Revista chilena de neuro-psiquiatría , 2002, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-92272002000100003
Abstract: a definition is given of child sexual abuse (csa) for the purposes of this publication. the data was obtained from clinical records. sexual abuse is described in a population of 44 children and adolescents of both sexes, 24 girls (54.5%) and 20 boys (45.5%) that were seen at the pediatric mental health service of roberto del rio hospital during 1998 either directly for the sexual abuse, for psychiatric pathologies associated with the situation, or because of a past history of csa. the sexual abuse was generally the more serious type carrying more serious legal penalties (mouth, vaginal or anal penetration, or attempted penetration) and affected 62.5% of the girls and 55% of the boys. the abusers included both adults (over the age of 18) and adolescents (under 18), 79.5% and 20.5% respectively. abusers were relatives or acquaintances in 90.9% of the cases, and 66.7% were cases of intrafamily sexual abuse. sexual abuse is an emerging pathology in the pediatric psychiatric services, and it must be intentionally sought so that it does not go undetected. the need to establish multiprofessional groups is suggested in order to protect minors from subsequent abuse and to facilitate the recovery of the family members affected
Desarrollo de la orientación sexual en adolescentes de 16 a 18 a?os de ambos sexos de Santiago de Chile: Estudio Exploratorio
Conejero S,Jennifer; Almonte V,Carlos;
Revista chilena de neuro-psiquiatría , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-92272009000300004
Abstract: the purpose of this study is explore and describe the expression of the sexual orientation in 232 chilean adolescent (16 to 18 years old), resident of santiago city and they were studying in high-school of middle socioeconomic level, these high-school are sex differentiated. student responded a self-administrate sexual orientation questionnaire created by drs. almonte - herskovic. in this study were chosen variables associated to sexual orientation by many authors, these were: sexual identification, sexual attraction, sexual fantasies, feeling and romantics emotions and sexual behavior. the results indicated that 96,96% of males and 90,91% of females opted by heterosexual self identification, heterosexual was a mostly important tendency in all variables in both groups. although, men and women were statically heterogeneous in the way that they expressed their sexual orientation, women presented more different options than men. females responded non-heterosexuals options with major frequency than males. this paper postulated that could exist sexual dimorphism in the way that they express their sexual orientation and this dimorphism must be considerate in educative and clinical practice.
Consideraciones sobre problemáticas del adolescente a través de la patología
MARIO PEREZ,MARIO SEPULVEDA,CARLOS ALMONTE
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1973,
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Desarrollo de la orientación sexual en adolescentes de 16 a 18 a os de ambos sexos de Santiago de Chile: Estudio Exploratorio Sexual orientation development in adolescent of 16 to 18 years old of Santiago of Chile: Exploratory Study
Jennifer Conejero S,Carlos Almonte V
Revista Chilena de Neuro-Psiquiatría , 2009,
Abstract: El propósito de este estudio es explorar y describir la expresión de la orientación sexual en 232 adolescentes chilenos (16 a 18 a os), residentes en la ciudad de Santiago de Chile, que estén estudiando en la ense anza media en liceos diferenciados por sexo y, sean de nivel socioeconómico medio. Los estudiantes respondieron un cuestionario de Orientación Sexual creado por los Drs. Almonte y Herskovic. En este estudio fueron escogidas las variables relacionadas con la orientación sexual por diversos autores, estas son: identificación sexual, atracción sexual, fantasías sexuales, emociones y sentimientos románticos y conductas sexuales. Los resultados indican que el 96,96% de los hombres y el 90,91% de las mujeres escogieron la identificación sexual heterosexual, siendo ésta la tendencia dominante para todas las variables. Sin embargo, hombres y mujeres dieron cuenta de ser estadísticamente heterogéneos en el modo de expresar su orientación sexual, siendo las mujeres las que presentaron mayor variabilidad en las tendencias. Las mujeres optaron por las respuestas no-heterosexuales con mayor frecuencia que los varones. Esta investigación postula que existiría dimorfismo sexual en la expresión de la orientación sexual y, que este dimorfismo debe ser considerado en las prácticas educativas y clínicas. The purpose of this study is explore and describe the expression of the sexual orientation in 232 Chilean adolescent (16 to 18 years old), resident of Santiago City and they were studying in high-school of middle socioeconomic level, these high-school are sex differentiated. Student responded a self-administrate Sexual Orientation Questionnaire created by Drs. Almonte - Herskovic. In this study were chosen variables associated to sexual orientation by many authors, these were: sexual identification, sexual attraction, sexual fantasies, feeling and romantics emotions and sexual behavior. The results indicated that 96,96% of males and 90,91% of females opted by heterosexual self identification, heterosexual was a mostly important tendency in all variables in both groups. Although, men and women were statically heterogeneous in the way that they expressed their sexual orientation, women presented more different options than men. Females responded non-heterosexuals options with major frequency than males. This paper postulated that could exist sexual dimorphism in the way that they express their sexual orientation and this dimorphism must be considerate in educative and clinical practice.
Abuso sexual en ni os y adolescentes de ambos sexos Sexual Abuse in Children and Adolescents of Both Sexes
Carlos Almonte,Carla Insunza,Cecilia Ruiz
Revista Chilena de Neuro-Psiquiatría , 2002,
Abstract: Para los propósitos de esta publicación, se define lo que entendemos por abuso sexual infantil (ASI). Los datos se obtienen de un protocolo utilizado en la revisión de las fichas clínicas. Se describen algunas de las características del abuso sexual en una población de 44 ni os y adolescentes de ambos sexos, 24 mujeres (54,5%) y 20 varones (45,5%), que consultaron en el Servicio de Salud Mental Infantil del Hospital Roberto del Río durante 1998, ya sea directamente por la situación de abuso sexual, por la patología psiquiátrica asociada a esta situación o porque en sus antecedentes figuraba el dato de ASI. Los abusos sexuales mayoritariamente correspondieron a las formas más graves y de mayor penalidad legal (penetración bucal, vaginal, anal o intento de penetración), afectando éstos al 62,5% de las mujeres y al 55% de los varones. Los abusadores se distinguieron, de acuerdo a la edad, en adultos (mayores de 18 a os) y adolescentes (menores de 18 a os) que correspondían al 79,5% y 20,5% respectivamente. El abusador era un familiar o conocido en el 90,9% de los casos. El 66,7% de los casos fueron abusos sexuales intrafamiliares. El abuso sexual constituye una patología emergente en los Servicios de Psiquiatría Infantil, debe ser buscado intencionadamente, pues de lo contrario puede pasar desapercibido. Se plantea la necesidad de constituir grupos multiprofesionales para proteger al menor de nuevos abusos y favorecer la recuperación de los miembros de la familia afectados A definition is given of child sexual abuse (CSA) for the purposes of this publication. The data was obtained from clinical records. Sexual abuse is described in a population of 44 children and adolescents of both sexes, 24 girls (54.5%) and 20 boys (45.5%) that were seen at the Pediatric Mental Health Service of Roberto del Rio Hospital during 1998 either directly for the sexual abuse, for psychiatric pathologies associated with the situation, or because of a past history of CSA. The sexual abuse was generally the more serious type carrying more serious legal penalties (mouth, vaginal or anal penetration, or attempted penetration) and affected 62.5% of the girls and 55% of the boys. The abusers included both adults (over the age of 18) and adolescents (under 18), 79.5% and 20.5% respectively. Abusers were relatives or acquaintances in 90.9% of the cases, and 66.7% were cases of intrafamily sexual abuse. Sexual abuse is an emerging pathology in the pediatric psychiatric services, and it must be intentionally sought so that it does not go undetected. The need to establish multiprofessiona
Aspectos vivenciales en adolescentes que sobrevivieron a un cáncer de la infancia Emotional aspects in adolescents surviving cancer in infancy
Pilar Cubillos P,Carlos Almonte V,Eugenia Emparanza del S
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1996,
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Aspectos vivenciales en ni os sobrevivientes de cáncer infantil Emotional aspects in childhood cancer survivors
Carlos Almonte V,Pilar Cubillos P,Eugenia Emparanza del S
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1995,
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Características del desarrollo psicosocial en adolescentes de 16 a 19 anos en seguimiento longitudinal: II Conductas sexuales Trends in sexual behaviour in Chilean adolescents
Alfredo Avenda?o B,Carlos Valenzuela V,Francisco Correa A,Carlos Almonte V
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1988,
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Desarrollo Psicosocial de Adolescentes de 12 A 15 a os Psychosocial development in Early adolescence
Carlos Almonte V,Gabriela Scpulveda R,Alfredo Avcndano B,Carlos Valenzuela Y
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1985,
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Características del desarrollo psicosocial en adolescentes de 16 a 19 a os en seguimiento longitudinal: Future laboral: aspectos religiosos y recreación Labor expectancies, religious activities and use of free time in Chilean adolescents
Alfredo Avendano B,Carlos Valenzuela Y,Francisco Correa A,Carlos Almonte V
Revista chilena de pediatría , 1988,
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