Lourdes Nieto

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BACKGROUND The aim of this study was to assess point and period prevalence and incidence of perinatal depression in Mexican women. METHODS The Structured Clinical Interview for DSM-IV and the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9) were administered at three points in time to 210 women: during the third trimester of pregnancy, at six weeks and at six months(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the relationship between individual and co-occurring childhood sexual, physical, and verbal abuse, prenatal depressive (PDS) and anxiety symptoms (PAS), and history of suicidal behavior (HSB) among Mexican pregnant women at risk of depression. METHODS A sample of 357 women screened for PDS was interviewed using the Childhood(More)
'Jumping to conclusions' (JTC) is a reasoning bias consisting of a tendency to take a decision without having enough information about an event. It has been related to the presence of delusions. The aim of the present study was to assess the relationship between three tasks differing in complexity and concept which assess JTC and cognitive functioning in a(More)
This study aimed to evaluate gender differences in the deficit of insight in psychosis and determine influences of clinical, functional, and sociodemographic variables. A multicenter sample of 401 adult patients with schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders who agreed to participate was evaluated in four centers of the metropolitan area of Barcelona(More)
Objectives Although maternal attachment is an important predictor of infant developmental outcomes, little is known about its pre- and postnatal predictors. The purpose of this secondary data analysis is to assess several risk factors for maternal attachment at 6 months postpartum in a sample of Mexican women at risk of depression. The predictors included(More)
Prospective studies on the predictors of postpartum depression (PPD) in Latin America are scarce, which is a matter of importance, since the significance of PPD risk factors may vary according to the level of development of a country, the types of measurement and the time periods assessed. This study identifies the prenatal predictors for PPD (diagnostic(More)
AIMS We aimed to test whether specific insight dimensions are associated with suicidality in patients with psychotic disorders. METHODS 143 patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders were recruited. Suicidality was assessed by item 8 of the Calgary Depression Scale for Schizophrenia (CDSS). Insight was measured by the Scale of Unawareness of Mental(More)
INTRODUCTION The aim of this study was to adapt the Markova and Berrios Insight scale in Spanish and to analyze its psychometric properties and relationships to the severity of the psychotic symptoms. METHODOLOGY A translation-backtranslation of the original scale was elaborated and a panel of professionals participated to assess conceptual equivalence(More)
OBJECTIVES To analyze the link between intimate partner violence (IPV) reported in the past year and depressive symptoms in pregnant Mexican women. MATERIAL AND METHODS The data were obtained from the National Addictions Survey (ENA) 2008. For the purposes of this paper, we analyzed a sample of women over 18 who reported being pregnant at the time of the(More)
AIMS This study was designed to evaluate the relationship between insight and the severity of psychotic symptomatology in a sample of patients in an acute phase of psychosis, as well as to analyze the relationship between insight and the symptomatic profile of the patient. In addition, the role of general cognitive abilities in this relationship was(More)