Jesús Rosel

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3,4-Methylenedioxymethamphetamine (MDMA) is a potent stimulant and hallucinogenic drug whose ability to regulate neurogenesis in the adult has not been previously investigated. We used 5'-bromo-2-deoxyuridine (BrdU) and Ki-67 as mitotic markers, and doublecortin (DCX) as a marker of immature neurons, to study proliferation, survival and maturation of(More)
This study uses hierarchical or multilevel modeling to identify variables that contribute to daily stressors in a population of schoolchildren. Four hierarchical levels with several predictive variables were considered: student (age, sex, social adaptation of the student, number of life events and chronic stressors experienced, and educational level of the(More)
This study examined the impact of medication management compared to a psycho-educational program on parent and teacher ratings of children with combined type ADHD. The study lasted 14 weeks and included 50 children. 17 children took medication, 17 received psycho-educational intervention, and 16 children were assigned to the control group. The measures used(More)
One hundred and fifty-five mothers of children with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) completed a semi-structured interview, the Parenting Stress Index Questionnaire (Abidin, 1990), to evaluate parenting stress. The Parenting Scale (Arnold, O'Leary, Wolff & Acker, 1993) was also administered to measure dysfunctional discipline strategies.(More)
Resumen: Se ha realizado un experimento de reconoci-miento serial, presentándose secuencialmente seis patrones visuales (seleccionados al azar de entre 128 que se pueden formar combinando siete dimensiones que admiten dos ni-veles cada una de ellas). Se comprueba que los sujetos re-cuerdan correctamente pocos patrones visuales 'en bruto'; pero al analizar(More)
The objective of this research was to ascertain if there are different temporal patterns of smoking. The method of data collection was to use voluntary subject smokers who recorded their daily cigarette consumption for 84 days. Subjects had smoked more than 5 cigarettes per day throughout the previous year; 29 subjects kept accurate autorecords. The daily(More)
21 university students participated in a study to assess intergroup differences in psychophysiological activation, reactivity, and recovery. Findings support the hypothesis that 12 Type A scorers showed a greater activation and reactivity than the 9 Type B scorers. Type A scorers needed more time to recover normal psychophysiological levels than Type B(More)
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