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BACKGROUND Emotional instability has been extensively considered the main core of the borderline personality disorder (BPD) that is characterised by an important bias towards emotional information. The aim of this study was to determine the emotional bias in patients with BPD by means of an emotional Stroop paradigm. SAMPLING AND METHODS Sixty-one women(More)
E-Health systems are experiencing an impulse in these last years, when many medical agencies began to include digital solutions into their platforms. Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are one of the most important improvements, being in its most part a patient-oriented tool. To achieve a completely operational EHR platform, security and privacy problems have(More)
The processes of change dimension of Prochaska and DiClemente's transtheoretical model of change is tested in a sample of opiate addicts for the first time. A self-report (The Processes of Change Inventory for Opiate Addicts, PCI-OA) designed to assess the frequency of processes of change was administered in a sample of 178 heroin addicts in order to study(More)
Evaluation of the situations related to heroin-taking, and the consequent delimitation and characterization of the patient's drug-taking pattern, should be one of the first stages in the design of an individualized treatment in the context of a cognitive-behavioural therapeutic approach. The Inventory of Drug-Taking Situations (Heroin) (IDTS[H]; Annis y(More)
Combining two different samples of cocaine users (N = 183), we tested the factor structure of a brief (12-item), Spanish version of the Cocaine Craving Questionnaire-General using confirmatory factor analysis. The four-factor model provided excellent fit to the measure. Moreover, the measure significantly differentiated between recent cocaine users and(More)
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