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Review of the extratransference intervention practice in the psychoanalytic psychotherapy
JojiBoris R.
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo , 2006, DOI: 10.2298/sarh0608320j
Abstract: The transference analysis takes the central position of the work in psychoanalytic psychotherapy. The work in extratransference sphere and experience in practical work with extratransference interventions are not often reported in expert literature. Extratransference sphere includes less transferring relation to the psychotherapist, transference on the other objects, or may refer to the external reality rather than the psychic reality or fantasy. In our illustration, we gave emphasis to extratransference interventions. Application of genetic interpretation and reconstruction were demonstrated as well, which can restore and establish connections between past and present, in order to understand influences of the past and current reality, and helping us to resolve infantile conflicts. Interpretation of extratransference situations is an important part of the analytical work and it is the essential category of interpretation. Analytic understanding should include transference and extratransference spheres, fantasy and reality, past and present. Working with neurotic patterns and character resistance needs an optimal choice of intervention in a given moment of analytic process. Extratransference interventions are the essential category of intervention, irreplaceable for their effectiveness in analytic process.
Use of extratransference interpretation in psychoanalytic psychotherapy
JojiBoris R.
Vojnosanitetski Pregled , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/vsp0510779j
Abstract: Background. In psychoanalytic psychotherapy, the transference analysis takes the central position of the work. The work in the extratransference sphere and experience in a professional practice with extratransference interventions have not been reported much in the literature. Extratransference sphere includes less transferring relation to a psychotherapist, transference to other objects, or may refer to the external reality rather than the psychic reality or fantasy. Case report. We pointed out extratransference interventions. We demonstrated an application of a genetic interpretation and reconstruction, too, which could restore and establish the connections between the past and the present, in order to understand the influences of the current reality and the past, and helping us, further, to resolve the infantile conflicts. Conclusion. Interpretation of extratransference situations takes an important part of an analytical work and it is an essential category of the interpretation. Analytic understanding should include transference and extratransference spheres, fantasy and reality, past and present. Working with neurotic patterns and character resistance needs an optimal choice of intervention in the given moment of the analytic process. Extratransference interventions are an essential category of intervention, irreplaceable for its effectiveness in the analytic process.
Autogenic training as a therapy for adjustment disorder in adolescents
JojiBoris R.,Leposavi? Ljubica M.
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/sarh0510424j
Abstract: INTRODUCTION Autogenic training is a widespread technique used in psychotherapy. The British school of autogenic training cites a large list of diseases, health states, and life changes, in which autogenic training can be of help. We wanted to explore the application of autogenic training as a therapy for adjustment disorder in adolescents. The sample consisted of a homogeneous group of 31 individuals, with an average age of 17.3±0.2 years, who were diagnosed with adjustment disorder, F 43.2, in accordance with ICD 10 search criteria. OBJECTIVE The aim of our work was to figure out the influence of autogenic training on adjustment disorder, through biophysical and biochemical indicators, and to research the efficacy of autogenic training as a therapy for adjustment disorder in adolescents. METHOD We observed adjustment disorder indicators and their changes in three phases, using initial, final, and control values, which we measured immediately before the beginning, immediately after the completion, and six months after the completion, of the practical course in autogenic training. We measured systolic and diastolic arterial blood pressure, brachial pulse rates, cortisol levels in plasma, cholesterol levels in blood, as well as glucose concentrations. During that period, autogenic training was employed as the sole therapy. RESULTS The study confirmed our preliminary assumptions. The measurements we performed showed that arterial blood pressure, pulse rates, cholesterol and cortisol concentrations, after the application of autogenic training among adolescents suffering from adjustment disorder, were lower than the initial values. They remained lower even six months after the completion of the practical course in autogenic training. CONCLUSION We concluded that autogenic training significantly decreases the values of physiological indicators of adjustment disorder, diminishes the effects of stress in an individual, and eases the adaptation of adolescents to stress, helping with recovery.
Autogenic training as a therapy for adjustment disorder in adults
JojiBoris R.,Leposavi? Ljubica M.
Srpski Arhiv za Celokupno Lekarstvo , 2005, DOI: 10.2298/sarh0512505j
Abstract: Introduction. Autogenic training is a widely recognised psychotherapy technique. The British School of Autogenic Training cites a large list of disorders, states, and changes, where autogenic training may prove to be of help. We wanted to explore the application of autogenic training as a therapy for adjustment disorder in adults. Our sample consisted of a homogeneous group of 35 individuals, with an average age of 39.3±1.6 years, who were diagnosed with adjustment disorder, F 43.2, in accordance with ICD 10 search criteria. Aim. The aim of our study was to research the effectiveness of autogenic training as a therapy for adjustment disorder in adults, by checking the influence of autogenic training on the biophysical and biochemical indicators of adjustment disorder. Method. We measured the indicators of adjustment disorder and their changes in three phases: before the beginning, immediately after the beginning, and six months after the completion, of a practical course in autogenic training. We measured systolic and diastolic arterial blood pressure, brachial pulse rate as well as the levels of cortisol in plasma, of cholesterol in blood, and of glucose. During that period, autogenic training functioned as the sole therapy. Results. The study confirmed our preliminary assumptions. The measurements we performed demonstrated that arterial blood pressure, pulse rate, concentration of cholesterol and cortisol, after the application of autogenic training among the subjects suffering from adjustment disorder, were lower in comparison to the initial values. These values remained lower even six months after the completion of the practical course in autogenic training. Conclusion. Autogenic training significantly decreases the values of physiological indicators of adjustment disorder, diminishes the effects of stress in an individual, and helps adults to cope with stress, facilitating their recuperation.
Effects of Nonuniform Outflow and Buoyancy on Drag Coefficient Acting on a Spherical Particle  [PDF]
Mariko Watanabe, Joji Yahagi
Journal of Flow Control, Measurement & Visualization (JFCMV) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jfcmv.2017.54008
Abstract: Pyrolysis gas jets out from the surface of a solid fuel particle when heated. This study experimentally observes the occurrence of gas jetsfrom heated solid fuel particles. Results reveal a local gas jet occurs from the particle’s surface when its temperature reaches the point at which a pyrolysis reaction occurs. To investigate the influence of the gas jet on particle motion, a numerical simulation of the uniform flow around a spherical particle with a nonuniform outflow or high surface temperature is conducted, and the drag force acting on the spherical particle is estimated. In the numerical study, the magnitude of the outflow velocity, direction of outflow, and Rayleigh number,?i.e., particle surface temperature, are altered, and outflow velocities and the Rayleigh number are set based on the experiment. The drag coefficient is found to decrease when an outflow occurs in the direction against the mainstream; this drag coefficient at a higher Rayleigh number is slightly higher than that at a Rayleigh number of zero.
Bright light enhances the efficiency of physical activity in combination with a restrictive diet  [PDF]
Boris B. Pinkhasov, Vera G. Selyatitskaya, Ani R. Karapetyan
Health (Health) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/health.2014.63030
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to analyze the effectiveness of measures aimed at correcting obesity in women and including bright light exposure during aerobic exercise combined with a restrictive diet. A one-stage, randomized study involved 80 obese women aged 20 to 58 years. The inclusion criterion for selecting participants for this research was the presence of primary alimentary-constitutional obesity with body mass index equal to or higher than 30 kg/m2. All the women were distributed into three groups according to the set of applied treatments. In Group 1, the women were on a restrictive diet; in Group 2, the restrictive diet was accompanied with daily aerobic exercise; in Group 3, women were exposed to bright light during exercise. Before and after the treatment course (3 weeks), body weight, waist and hip circumferences were measured; fat amount was determined by the impedancemetry method; and oxygen consumption was determined by indirect calorimetry. Women in Group 1 had reduced body weight, waist and hip circumferences, fat mass and oxygen consumption. Similar changes were identified in women of Group 2, but weight loss was greater, and the level of oxygen consumption increased as compared to the baseline. In women of Group 3, weight loss and increased oxygen consumption were more pronounced than in those of Group 2. The number of metabolic equivalents (MET) in women of Group 3 increased to nearly 1, which corresponded to the value of this index that reflected the resting metabolic rate in patients with normal body weight. Thus, exposure to bright full-spectrum light increases energy metabolism and enhances the effectiveness of exercises, despite prolonged food restriction, which is one of the mechanisms to improve the efficiency of obesity correction.
Atripla™ – HIV therapy in one pill
Boris Julg,Johannes R Bogner
Therapeutics and Clinical Risk Management , 2008,
Abstract: Boris Julg, Johannes R BognerMedizinische Poliklinik, Department of Infectious Diseases, University of Munich Medical School, Downtown Campus, GermanyAbstract: In July 2006 Atripla was approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), combining the active ingredients of one NNRTI and two NRTIs. Atripla is the first “one-pill-daily” regimen licensed for the treatment of HIV-1 infection in patients older than 18 years. Atripla contains efavirenz 600 mg, emtricitabine 200 mg and tenofovir disoproxil fumarate 300 mg. It therefore combines 3 compounds which have been widely used before and which were recommended for initial therapy due to their potency, tolerability, and safety profile. Efficacy and safety data of efavirenz, tenofovir DF, and emtricitabine are reviewed compared with other antiretroviral drugs, which are used as initial therapy for treatment-naive patient.Keywords: Atripla antiretroviral therapy, new “one-pill-daily” regimen, review efficacy and safety data
Chiral Condensate, Master Field and all that in $QCD_2 (N\to\infty)$
Boris Chibisov,Ariel R. Zhitnitsky
Physics , 1995, DOI: 10.1016/0370-2693(95)01140-L
Abstract: We discuss the various aspects of two-dimensional $QCD_{2}(N\rightarrow\infty)$ (the 't Hooft model\cite{Hooft}). Our main interest (motivated by the corresponding analysis in the four dimensional QCD) is the vacuum structure of the theory. We use the very general methods in the analysis, such as dispersion relations and duality in order to relate the known spectrum of $QCD_2$ to the different vacuum characteristics. We explicitly calculate (in terms of physical parameters like masses and matrix elements) the chiral condensate as well as the mixed vacuum condensates: $$\la 0|\bar{q}(g\epsilon_{\mu\nu} G_{\mu\nu})^nq |0\ra \sim M_{eff}^{2n}\la 0|\bar{q} q |0\ra .$$ We interpret the factorization property for the mixed vacuum condensates as a reminiscent of the master field at large $N$.
Transverse momentum distribution in hadrons. What can we learn from QCD?
Boris Chibisov Ariel R. Zhitnitsky
Physics , 1995, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.52.5273
Abstract: We discuss some QCD constraints on light-cone $\pi$ meson wave function $\psi(\k, x)$ . The analysis is based on such general methods as dispersion relations, duality and PCAC. We calculate the asymptotical behavior of the wave function ($wf$) at the end-point region ($x\to 1$ and $\k\to\infty$) by analysing the corresponding large $n-$th moments in transverse $\la\vec{k}_{\perp}^{2n}\ra \sim n!$ and longitudinal $\la (2x-1)^n\ra \sim 1/n^2$ directions. This information fixes the asymptotic behavior of $wf$ at large $\k$ (which is turned out to be Gaussian commonly used in the phenomenological analyses). We discuss one particular application of the obtained results. We calculate the nonleading "soft" contribution to the pion form factor at intermediate momentum transfer. We argue, that due to the specific properties of $\psi(\k, x)$, the corresponding contribution can temporarily {\bf simulate} the leading twist behavior in the extent region of $ Q^2:~~3 GeV^2\leq Q^2\leq 40 GeV^2 $, where $Q^2 F(Q^2)\sim const.$ Such a mechanism, if it is correct, would be an explanation of the phenomenological success of the dimensional counting rules at available, very modest energies for many different processes. We discuss some inclusive amplitudes (like Drell Yan and Deep Inelastic) where intrinsic $\pi$ meson structure might be essential. The relation to the valence quark model is also discussed.
Distance between two random k-out digraphs, with and without preferential attachment
Nicholas R. Peterson,Boris Pittel
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: A random k-out mapping (digraph) on [n] is generated by choosing k random images of each vertex one at a time, subject to a "preferential attachment" rule: the current vertex selects an image i with probability proportional to a given parameter \alpha = \alpha(n) plus the number of times i has already been selected. Intuitively, the larger \alpha gets, the closer the resulting k-out mapping is to the uniformly random k-out mapping. We prove that \alpha = \Theta(n^{1/2}) is the threshold for \alpha growing "fast enough" to make the random digraph approach the uniformly random digraph in terms of the total variation distance. We also determine an exact limit for this distance for \alpha = \beta n^{1/2}.
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