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Doen a periodontal e diabete melito tipo 2
Georgia Verardi,Ana Luísa Lupatini,Joana Cristina Beltrame,Micheline Sandini Trentin
Odonto , 2009,
Abstract: Introdu o: a doen a periodontal é considerada a sexta complica o clássica do diabete melito. Estudos recentes relatam que o diabete melito e a doen a periodontal apresentam uma associa o bidirecional, na qual o diabete favorece o desenvolvimento da doen a periodontal e esta, quando n o tratada, dificulta o controle metabólico do diabete. As periodontites relacionadas a doen as sistêmicas s o causadas pela placa bacteriana e também exacerbadas pela condi o oral. Objetivo: realizar uma revis o de literatura em rela o à influência da doen a periodontal no fator sistêmico do paciente diabético, e por sua vez, a influência do diabete no desenvolvimento e progress o da doen a periodontal. Conclus o: o diabete melito é um fator de importancia na incidência e prevalência da doen a periodontal, assim como a doen a periodontal pode ter influência sobre o controle metabólico do diabete. O tratamento periodontal parece contribuir para a melhoria do controle glicêmico de indivíduos diabéticos e com doen a periodontal.
Children Friendship: The Role of Hope in Attributions, Emotions and Expectations  [PDF]
Georgia Stephanou
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2011.28133
Abstract: This research aimed to examine a) children’s attributions and emotions for their subjectively perceived friendships with their best friends as positive or negative, b) the role of children’s hope (pathways thinking, agency thinking) in the generation of their perception of their friendships as positive or negative, in the formulation of the subsequent attributions and emotions, and in the impact of attributions on emotions, and c) the effects of hope in the interactive impact of attributions and emotions on friendship expectations. The participants were 322 children, both gender, 5th and 6th grades, representing various parental socioeconomic levels. The results showed that the perceived satisfactory friendships were mainly attributed to internal, and self-friend interactive internal and controllable factors, while the estimated as non satisfactory friendships were predominately attributed to stable, friend’s controllable and internal, and self-friend interactive internal factors. The children experienced intense positive and negative emotions for their perceived satisfactory and non satisfactory friendships, respectively. Hope (mostly, agency thinking) positively influenced the generation of the perceived quality of the friendship, the subsequent attributions (particularly, stability) and emotions, and the impact of attributions on emotions, mainly in the negative friendships group. Also, in the positive friendship group, high-pathway thinking children had higher expectations of positive friendship, whereas, in the non satisfactory friendship group, low-agency thinking children had low expectations of positive friendship. Finally, hope proved formulator of the interactive effect of attributions (mainly, locus of causality) and emotions on friendship expectations. The findings from this study suggest the significant role of good friendship in children’s life, and indicate the importance of examining children friendship along the role of hope in evaluating, attributing causes, experiencing emotions and forming expectations.
Romantic Relationships in Emerging Adulthood: Perception-Partner Ideal Discrepancies, Attributions, and Expectations  [PDF]
Georgia Stephanou
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2012.32023
Abstract: This study aimed to examine 1) emerging adults’ attributions for their subjectively perceived current ro- mantic relationship as good or bad, 2) the role of their perception-partner ideal discrepancies in estimate- ing their current romantic relationship as good or bad, and in the formation of attributions, and 3) the ef- fects of all the three concepts on the generation of the expectations for the quality of the romantic rela- tionship in the future. Undergraduate and postgraduate university students, from various faculties, ages of 18 to 25, both genders, participated in this study. The participants filled in, first, the scale of the romantic partner ideals, and, after one week, the scales of perceived of the quality of the current romantic relation- ship, attributions and expectations. The results regarding attributions revealed that 1) the perceived good romantic relationships were mainly attributed to internal and self-partner internal and controllable factors (love, passion, effective communication, honesty-loyalty, understanding each-other), whereas the per- ceived bad romantic relationships were mainly attributed to personal uncontrollable, external, unstable and partner’s internal factors (untrustworthiness, lack of passion, non honesty-loyalty, lack of love, and ineffective communication), and 2) locus of causality, followed by personal controllability and stability, was the most powerful attributional dimension in discriminating the two groups of the emerging adults. The findings regarding the perception-partner ideal discrepancy showed that 1) the students who had smaller perception-partner ideal discrepancy, compared to students who had larger perception-partner ideal discrepancy, estimated their current romantic relationships more favourable but only trustworthiness accounted for unique variance in it and 2) perception-partner ideal discrepancy in trustworthiness, fol- lowed by warmth/intimacy, and attractiveness/vitality, was the most powerful factor in discriminating the two groups of the participants. The results with respect to effects of partner ideal discrepancy on attributions indicated that 1) the students’ perception-partner ideal discrepancies proved to be a significant and positive factor in the formulation of the attributional dimensions (expect for external controllability), mainly both stability and locus of causality, for the perceived current quality of their romantic relationship and 2) only trustworthiness and warmth/intimacy had unique effects on locus of causality, and only trustworthiness uniquely contributed into
Histeria: primeiras formula??es teóricas de Freud
Bocca, Francisco Verardi;
Psicologia USP , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-65642011005000029
Abstract: with the intention of presenting the evasive matter which is the hysteria, i decided to overlook it using the theories and works of freud, assuming the period between 1886 and 1898. the hysteria, since always an heterogeneous object of multiple belongings, claimed by the natural and the supernatural, by reason and superstition, demanded an inquiry if, so often closed either in the body or in the spirit, would be whether or not a disease. we are interested in the hysteria from the treatment given by freud. as to the reading keys that guided this research i anticipate some to the guidance of the reader: the very historical and chronological presentation of the theme and the works of freud about it. conceptually, the relationship between mind and body, the thesis of ideogenia in the etiology of hysteria, the gradual introduction of infantile sexuality and finally, the overcoming of the traumatic hypothesis, supported by the seduction theory, towards the admission of fantasy. all this, in order to practice an understanding on the freudian theory which recognizes the specificity of his production from an alternative route, which does not take into account the fact of neither a rupture nor a conceptual continuity in its elaboration.
Do que depende a vida em sociedade? What does life in society depend on?
Francisco Verardi Bocca
Trans/Form/A??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/s0101-31732012000300007
Abstract: O presente artigo apresenta, na tentativa de produzir uma interpreta o filosófica do pensamento de Freud, uma problematiza o acerca de uma gama de no es como subjetividade, realidade, princípio de prazer, princípio de realidade, puls o de morte, fonte e sustenta o da vida individual e grupal, entre outras. Investigando as condi es de constitui o da subjetividade humana, privilegiamos, entre outras vias possíveis, pelo apoio em diversos textos do psicanalista sobre hipnose. Pretendemos esclarecer, a partir dela e das rela es que comporta, as condi es em que os la os sociais, vale dizer libidinais, s o estabelecidos, além do que proporcionam, a saber, a própria sustenta o da vida pela oposi o que oferecem à agressividade e autodestrutividade primária postulada por Freud. Com esse recurso, pretendemos sustentar nossa tese de que toda constitui o da subjetividade como a sustenta o da vida se d o por uma articula o entre interior e exterior que se op e, por um período determinado de tempo, à conservadora puls o de morte que subsiste em todo organismo. In an attempt to produce a philosophical interpretation of Freud's thought, this essay presents a problematization of a range of notions such as subjectivity, reality, the pleasure principle, the reality principle, the death instinct and the source and sustenance of individual and group life. In investigating the conditions for the constitution of human subjectivity, we have chosen to examine several texts on hypnosis by the psychoanalyst. Based on these texts and on the relationship that holds among them, we intend to clarify the conditions under which social - that is, libidinal - bonds are established, beyond merely the sustenance of life, the opposition to aggressiveness and primary self-destructiveness, as postulated by Freud. In this way, we intend to support our thesis that the whole constitution of subjectivity, as well as life sustenance, takes place through an interaction between the inner and outer which is opposed, for a determined period of time, to the conservative death drive that exists in every organism.
Historia, progreso y ciencia: Textos e imágenes en Inglaterra, 1580-1640
Julián Verardi
Prismas : Revista de Historia Intelectual , 2010,
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Keith Thomas, The Ends of Life: Roads to Fulfilment in Early Modern England, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2009, 393 páginas
Julián Verardi
Prismas : Revista de Historia Intelectual , 2012,
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Mensch und Schrift. Die Privaturkunden der Karolingerzeit
Andrea Antonio Verardi
Scrineum Rivista , 2006,
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Le Alpi porta d'Europa. Scritture, uomini, idee da Giustiniano al Barbarossa
Andrea Antonio Verardi
Scrineum Rivista , 2006,
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Desenvolvimento de Sociedade Rural na Serra do Sudeste (Metade Sul/RS): um Olhar Sobre o Comportamento Coletivo
Marco Ant?nio Verardi Fialho
Desenvolvimento em Quest?o , 2005,
Abstract: This work deals with the development process of an agricultural locality of the city of Cangu u/RS (South Half) from the understanding of the complexity of the context of the social relations which is integrated. The people of the locality, in the great majority, characterize themselves for the miscegenation between descendants of Portuguese, indians, blacks and Spaniard, for the agriculture of familiar base and the stigmata attributed to the ethnic origin. The objective of this study was to analyze the process of development of this agricultural society from the comment and understanding of the human behavior in interaction in the time and the space, looking for to perceive it as collective (local society) in continuous relation with the environment, in an open and interdependent process. For its accomplishment we in such a way use of the bibliographical research and secondary sources, as of comments and interviews opened in field research. As result: the construction of identities is related with the differentials of being able, characterizing or disqualifying social groups in imaginary the social one; b) the attribution of stigmata the subordinates social groups produces, in psique of these, mechanisms that impose limits to the social development.
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