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Relaciones de pareja y juego patológico: un estudio descriptivo a través de la Escala de Ajuste Diádico (DAS)

  title={Relaciones de pareja y juego patol{\'o}gico: un estudio descriptivo a trav{\'e}s de la Escala de Ajuste Di{\'a}dico (DAS)},
  author={Miguel Garrido Fern{\'a}ndez and Ana Dom{\'i}nguez Alvarez and Pedro Ja{\'e}n Rinc{\'o}n},
Pathological gambling is a psychological disturbance known to affect gravely the gambler?s family environment and, specifically, his/her spousal relationship. The article shows the result of a study relating diverse sociodemographic variables to spousal relationships assessed according to Spanier`s Dyadic Adjustment Scale (DAS). The results demonstrate a lesser dyadic adjustment for marriages with a pathological gambler. Likewise, certain variables such as age, number of children, and marriage… 
Terapia sistémica de pareja de la depresión. Un estudio de caso único
The treatment of a woman with the diagnosis of major depression using systemic couple therapy showed a substantial decrease in her depressive symptoms (measured with BDI-II) as compared to pre-therapy assessment.
La ludopatía y los empleados en la Universidad de San Buenaventura, seccional de Medellín, Colombia - 2010
This current study consists of a description of the use of games of chance and videogames by the students, instructors and employees at Saint Bonaventure University, Medellin branch and their
Gambling Disorder: Psychopathology and Family Variables in a Non-Clinical Sample
The main goal of the present study was to compare pathological gamblers from a non-clinical sample with control participants (non-gamblers and social gamblers) in terms of individual and psychosocial
Adaptation of the ESPA29 Parental Socialization Styles Scale to the Basque Language: Evidence of Validity
The aim of this study is to adapt the ESPA29 scale of parental socialization styles in adolescence to the Basque language and to conclude the equivalence of the two scales.
En este trabajo se presenta un analisis de las principales repercusiones familiares del juego patologico. Se revisan los estudios sobre las consecuencias fisicas y psicologicas observadas en la
Social Risk Factors in Spanish Youth and their Impact on Self-Concept Construction
This paper presents evidence from a psychosocial framework about the relationship among youth, work, and identity construction. The aims of this research were twofold. The first one was to analyze
The Pathological Gambler and his Spouse: How do their Narratives Match?
This case study compares the narratives of a pathological gambler and his spouse concerning family, marital and individual matters. It does so through identifying each of the key players' narratives
Un análisis longitudinal sobre las dimensiones relevantes del estilo parental durante la adolescencia
ResumenEl objetivo de este trabajo es profundizar, desde una perspectiva longitudinal, en las dimensiones que componen el constructo de Estilo Educativo, estudiando su evolucion a lo largo de la
Pathological Gambling and Couple: Towards an Integrative Systemic Model
The developed model is constituted by different levels of systemic complexity and explains the problem as a signal of perturbation in the marital subsystem vital functions though the regularities of marital dynamics of pathological gamblers.
Influencia del ajuste diádico sobre el estado de salud familiar: Percepción de las parejas de familias nucleares de Sevilla
Se ha determinado la influencia del ajuste diadico en el estado de salud familiar sobre una muestra de 369 familias nucleares de la provincia de Sevilla, a traves de un diseno observacional,


Pathological gamblers and their spouses: Problems in interaction
Two parallel self-administered surveys were distributed at three conferences of Gamblers Anonymous. One survey was for members of Gamblers Anonymous and the other was for members of GamAnon. Of the
The impact of pathological gambling on the spouse of the gambler
The present investigation focused on the spouses of compulsive gamblers and attempted to obtain baseline information on their personal characteristics, family backgrounds, as well as information
Compulsive gambling: Structured family intervention
  • M. Heineman
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Journal of gambling studies
  • 1994
During the intervention it is important to tell the compulsive gambler why the help of a professional was sought; what changes have been observed by family members and friends as a result of his/her gambling; how family relationships have been affected; and what each family member hopes will happen once the gambler is in recovery.
Prevalence estimates of pathological gambling in Seville (Spain).
This paper presents the first epidemiological study carried out in Spain on gambling and the estimated prevalence of pathological gambling in Seville, political capital of Andalucia, and suggests that further epidemiological studies are required at a national level.
Pathological gambling: Marital-familial factors, implications, and treatments
The literature relating marital/familial factors to pathological gambling is reviewed. It is pointed out that numerous authors who focus on individual factors note the existence of marital problems
Measuring Dyadic Adjustment: new scales for assessing the quality of marriage and similar dyads
This study reports on the development of the Dyadic Adjustment Scale, a new measure for assessing the quality of marriage and other similar dyads. The 32-item scale is designed for use with either
Familial and Social Influences on Juvenile Gambling Behavior
Gambling makes them feel important, 27% feel they gamble more than they desire to do so, and only 10% of the grade 8 students fear being caught gambling, suggesting gambling activities to be a socially acceptable behavior.
Pathological Gambling and the Family: Practice Implications
Pathological gambling is a growing problem in the United States. The authors define and describe the problem as well as review the research literature concerning the personal and family effects of
Does Spousal Participation in Gamblers Anonymous Benefit Compulsive Gamblers?
The results were in the direction of a beneficial effect of spousal participation, but the relationship was statistically nonsignificant.
Transformations: a blueprint for narrative changes in therapy.
  • C. Sluzki
  • Psychology, Medicine
    Family process
  • 1992
This essay closes with a discussion of the clinical, training, and, especially, research potentials of this systematization of therapy, with an emphasis on narratives.