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Durán A,Samuel; Quijada M,María; Silva V,Loreto; Almonacid M,Nazarena; Berlanga Z,María; Rodríguez N,María;
Revista chilena de nutrición , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-75182011000400007
Abstract: introduction: artificial sweeteners are substances that do not provide energy and are added to foods to provide a sweet taste. sweeteners are used to replace sugar either in part or entirely. objective: to determine the consumption of artificial sweeteners in school children 6 to 14 years of age in the valparaiso region of chile and to compare consumption according to nutritional status. methods: 281 students of both sexes underwent anthropometric assessment (weight and height) and completed a food survey on the consumption of sweeteners. results: 100% of students consume foods or products containing artificial sweeteners, although no student consumed more than the maximum allowed. when comparing by nutritional status, obese children, compared to those with normal weight had a higher consumption of sucralose, aspartame, saccharin and acesulfame potassium (p <0.05). conclusion: the intake of sweeteners is massive, but consumption does not exceed permitted levels in this study sample.
El tratamiento burocrático y clasificación de personas desaparecidas (1976-1983)
Mora,Nazarena Belén;
Av?? , 2008,
Abstract: this article intends to reflect on the classification practices, or the ways of "putting each thing in its place" that state bureaucracies assumed during the last dictatorship in argentina (1976-1983). in particular, it will inquire on the ways that certain bureaucrats vested with state authority adopted to classify detained-disappeared people beyond the "daily world", in the scenery of two institutions of mar del plata city: a hospital and a police headquarter. and, to what extent this wasn't an intention to create a state of "normality" in a situation by all means "abnormal".
El tratamiento burocrático y clasificación de personas desaparecidas (1976-1983)
Nazarena Belén Mora
Avá : Revista de Antropología , 2008,
Abstract: En este trabajo se propone reflexionar acerca de las formas de clasificar o bien de "poner cada cosa en su lugar" que asumieron las burocracias estatales durante la última dictadura militar argentina (1976-1983). Particularmente, se indagará sobre las maneras que adoptaron ciertos burócratas investidos de autoridad estatal para clasificar a las personas detenidas-desaparecidas en el escenario de dos instituciones de la ciudad de Mar del Plata: un hospital y una comisaría. Y, en qué medida, esto creó un estado de "normalidad" en una situación por demás "anormal". This article intends to reflect on the classification practices, or the ways of "putting each thing in its place" that state bureaucracies assumed during the last dictatorship in Argentina (1976-1983). In particular, it will inquire on the ways that certain bureaucrats vested with state authority adopted to classify detained-disappeared people beyond the "daily world", in the scenery of two institutions of Mar del Plata city: a hospital and a police headquarter. And, to what extent this wasn't an intention to create a state of "normality" in a situation by all means "abnormal".
The Effectiveness of Clinical Colloquium Established by the “Drawing Recall” Technique in University Counselling Services for Student Mental Health  [PDF]
Valeria Biasi, Paolo Bonaiuto, Nazarena Patrizi, James M. Levin
Health (Health) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.75062
Abstract: An experimental assessment of the effectiveness of university counselling was conducted through the “Stress Drawing Recall” Technique applied before and after a clinical colloquium with 70 university students of both genders, aged 18 - 35 years, who had requested this service. Another 70 students waiting to undergo the colloquium were interviewed as a control group. Two parallel series of drawings depicting personal stress situations were collected and, after evaluation by three expert judges in “double-blind” conditions, led to establishing five forms of development of the graphic language from the first to second drawing, defined as follows: a) distension, with a reduction in stress indicators and increase in comfort indicators; b) explicit representation of conflict resolution; c) appearance of new elements, with persisting conflict; d) increase in stress indicators; e) invariant or equivalent repetition of the stress drawing. Results showed that students who underwent the clinical colloquium (experimental group) changed their stress drawings mainly in the direction of distension and conflict resolution, while the control group had more invariant or equivalent repetition of the stress situation (\"\"?= 62.77; p < 0.001). The events depicted in the stress drawings were divided into three categories: a) limited short-term stressful situations due to mainly external agents; b) externally induced stressful situations with intense emotional resonance; c) wide-ranging long-lasting stressful situations with great involvement of the self. The participants were divided into: a) very anxious subjects; b) averagely anxious subjects; c) not very anxious subjects, on the basis of their scores on two questionnaires: the MPI (1959) and the STAI (1970). There is a correspondence between the subjects’ level of conflict and extension of the depicted stress. This confirms the usefulness of the Stress Drawing Recall Technique in psychological counselling.
Personality Differences in Perception: The Role of Incongruity Intolerance and Mental Schemata on Aesthetic Preferences  [PDF]
Valeria Biasi, Paolo Bonaiuto, Nazarena Patrizi, James M. Levin
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.613169
Abstract: The influence of incongruity intolerance levels on people’s aesthetic preference of three categories of classic and modern artistic paintings was examined. The study uses pictures that trigger in the observer the amodal completion, which involves the application and confirmation of already consolidated mental schemata, or the perceptual contradiction, which highlights their non-confirmation, generating incongruity experience. As in a first preliminary study conducted by Bonaiuto, Biasi, Giannini, & Chiodetti (2001) with advertising images, incongruity intolerance levels were assessed with the Building Inclination Test (BIT). Also in this new study, we apply the BIT tool in order to select sixty young adults, divided into three subgroups: 20 very incongruity intolerant participants, 20 very incongruity tolerant ones, and 20 intermediate participants, both genders equally subdivided. Moreover, we selected eighteen colour laser reproductions of classical and modern artistic paintings on A4 paper sheets: six show the predominant completion phenomena, other six are based on clear incongruous situations and the last six show completion phenomena mixed with incongruity. Each participant individually evaluated each illustration on aesthetic and physiognomic aspects, using 11-point scales. Double-blind experimental conditions were assured. The results show that very incongruity intolerant participants highly aesthetically appreciate the completion pictures, but they do not like the incongruent pictures. Differently the very incongruity tolerant participants are able to appreciate all three types of images presented, and attribute positive aesthetic scores also to the incongruent and thus conflictual pictures. The third group of participants is characterized by intermediate level of incongruity intolerance and obtain intermediate scores. Collected data confirm our research paradigm based on the theoretical model of overloading of conflict, and stress the role of the individual level of intolerance of incongruity in the dynamics of aesthetic preferences. This survey also allows to obtain an effect of generalization of the theoretical model through the empirical verification with different types of images.
Heberprot-P: experimental background and pharmacological bases
Biotecnolog?-a Aplicada , 2010,
Abstract: heberprot-p is a novel drug intended to solve an unmet medical need: to heal high -grade, poor-prognostic ulcers which affect lower limbs of diabetic patients. the human recombinant epidermal growth factor (hregf) is the active pharmaceutical ingredient of heberprot-p. egf is a highly evolutionarily conserved polypeptide playing a significant role on the intra and extra-uterine life in mammals. based on the early findings of its epitheliotropic and mitogenic effects, it was prematurely intended as healing agent for problematic wounds. our center for genetic engineering and biotechnology manufactures (egf) since 1988. about 1991, we unleashed an intense experimental research program on in vivo systems which somewhat mirrored a variety of human pathological conditions . those studies accounted for the identification of novel pharmacological effects associated to the systemic or parenteral administration of egf. henceforth it enabled us to envision new therapeutic indications to treat processes requiring cytoprotective effects. we had demonstrated since 1995, that the local infiltration of egf in the hindlimbs of rats, mitigated the degenerative process on peripheral nerves and soft-tissues undergoing the consecuenses of denervation. further studies evidenced the ability of egf to rescue tissues and organs from death by ischemia/reperfusion events, and also in models of multiorgan damage under acute preconditioning or therapeutic schedules. during that decade, we demonstrated the need to preserve egf from the action of proteases released in full-thickness controlled wounds. all these aspects were pieces of knowledge supporting the hypothesis on the beneficial effect of the intralesional infiltration of egf to rescue and perpetuate cells in diabetic ulcers ensuring an appropriate local bioavailability.
Comparación en calidad de vida y estado nutricional entre alumnos de nutrición y dietética y de otras carreras universitarias de la Universidad Santo Tomás de Chile Comparison between the quality of life and nutritional status of nutrition students and those of other university careers at the Santo Thomas University in Chile
S. Durán Agüero,G. Bazaez Díaz,K. Figueroa Velásquez,M.R. Berlanga Zú?iga
Nutrición Hospitalaria , 2012, DOI: 10.3305/nh.2012.27.3.5746
Abstract: Objetivo: Determinar y comparar la calidad de vida, estado nutricional y auto percepción de imagen corporal entre estudiantes de Nutrición y Dietética (ND) con otras carreras (OC) de la Universidad Santo Tomas (UST), Sede Vi a del Mar. Métodos: Se evaluaron 200 estudiantes voluntarios (100 ND y 100 OC) aplicándoles: una encuesta de calidad de vida, evaluación nutricional y encuesta de autopercepción de imagen corporal. Resultados: El grupo ND presentó menor percepción de su calidad de vida, consumo de tabaco y sedentarismo. Mujeres ND presentaron menor IMC y circunferencia de cintura (CC) y hombres ND presentaron menor CC (p < 0,05). El grupo ND presentó un mayor consumo de leche, pollo (p < 0,05) y pescado (0,01), ambos grupos presentaron un elevado consumo de alcohol. La concordancia diagnóstica entre IMC y la imagen corporal es baja, 34% en ND y 38% en OC (Kappa 0,04 y 0,02) respectivamente. Conclusión: Con respecto a la percepción de calidad de vida es mejor en estudiantes de OC, sin embargo los estudiantes de ND presentaron mejor estado nutricional y selección de alimentos. Objective: To determine and compare the quality of life, nutritional status, and self-perceived body image between nutrition students and students from other careers from the University Santo Tomás-Vi a del Mar. Methods: We evaluated 200 student volunteers (100 nutrition students and 100 students from other careers) with a quality of life survey, a nutritional evaluation, and a survey of body image perception. Results: The group of nutritional students perceived a lower quality of life, consumed less tobacco, and was less sedentary. Women of the nutritional group had a lower BMI and showed a lower hip circumference. Men of the nutritional group also showed a lower hip circumference. The nutritional group consumed more milk, chicken, and fish in their diet. Both groups presented an elevated consumption of alcohol. The concordance between BMI and body image was low, 34% in the nutritional group and 38% in the other careers group (Kappa 0.04 and 0.02). Conclusion: With respect to perception of quality of life, students from other careers perceived a better quality of life, however students from the nutritional group presented better nutritional status and selection of food.
Microbios en la niebla: descubriendo el papel de los microbios en la biosfera
R. Guerrero,M. Berlanga
Ecosistemas , 2005,
Revista Galega de Economía , 2009,
Abstract: Ante la reciente revisión del Acuerdo de Nueva York del a o 1995 sobre especies transzonales y altamente migratorias, el objeto de este trabajo es identificar, desde una perspectiva jurídico-crítica, el actual grado de cumplimiento estatal e institucional de sus disposiciones, así como las orientaciones emprendidas para solucionar las dificultades de aplicación práctica de algunas de ellas.
La reforma de la política pesquera común y sus implicaciones para Espa a
Marta Iglesias Berlanga
Revista Galega de Economía , 2006,
Abstract: En vigor desde el 1 de enero de 2003, la Política Pesquera Común (PPC) afronta un nuevo y ambicioso proceso de revisión destinado a gestionar de manera más eficaz la dimensión biológica, económica y social de la pesca. A pesar de la necesidad de conciliar las reivindicaciones de los pescadores en el mantenimiento de su medio de vida con el crítico diagnóstico actual de las pesquerías europeas, el reto más controvertido de la nueva PPC se bifurca en una cuádruple dirección: primo , la fijación de objetivos a largo plazo; secundo , la adopción de una nueva política capaz de corregir la sobredimensión crónica de la flota de la Unión Europea (UE); tertio , una aplicación más eficaz de las normas convenidas en su seno y, por último, una mayor implicación de las partes interesadas. Concretándose de este modo la ratio essendi del estudio que se presenta, su principal objetivo reside en valorar los avances más significativos alcanzados en los diferentes ámbitos y sus repercusiones para Espa a.
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