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- White Matter Integrity Reductions in Intermittent Explosive Disorder
Emotional intelligence and impulsive aggression in Intermittent Explosive Disorder.
Schizophrenia research, Volume , Issue , , Pages Abstract :. Code :. Data :. Perceived emotional intelligence is impaired and associated with poor community functioning in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Naomi T Tabak.
The goal of this study was to investigate different aspects of anger and aggression in patients with these disorders. Twenty-nine unmedicated female BPD patients, 28 ADHD patients and 30 healthy controls HC completed self-reports measuring trait anger, aggression and emotion regulation capacities. A modified version of the Point Subtraction Aggression Paradigm and a state anger measurement were applied under resting and stress conditions. Both patient groups scored significantly higher on all self-report measures compared to HCs. Compared to ADHD patients, BPD patients reported higher trait aggression and hostility, a stronger tendency to express anger when provoked and to direct anger inwardly.
Previous issue Free of fees Open Access Journal. RU In Russian. Journal of Modern Foreign Psychology Kochetova Y. Klimakova M. Obukhova, department of psychology of education, Moscow city psychological-pedagogical University, Moscow, Russia e-mail: Mk yandex.
In psychology , impulsivity or impulsiveness is a tendency to act on a whim , displaying behavior characterized by little or no forethought , reflection, or consideration of the consequences. Impulsivity is both a facet of personality and a major component of various disorders, including ADHD ,  substance use disorders ,   bipolar disorder ,  antisocial personality disorder ,  and borderline personality disorder. Many actions contain both impulsive and compulsive features, but impulsivity and compulsivity are functionally distinct. Impulsivity and compulsivity are interrelated in that each exhibits a tendency to act prematurely or without considered thought and often include negative outcomes. Impulsivity is a common feature of the conditions of gambling and alcohol addiction. Research has shown that individuals with either of these addictions discount delayed money at higher rates than those without, and that the presence of gambling and alcohol abuse lead to additive effects on discounting. For many years it was understood that impulsivity is a trait but with further analysis it can be found that there were five traits that can lead to impulsive actions: positive urgency, negative urgency, sensation seeking , lack of planning, and lack of perseverance.
The purpose of this two-group pretest-posttest quasi-experimental study was to examine the effectiveness of an emotional intelligence development program on the impulsive behavior of junior high school students in extended opportunity education schools in Bangkok. One hundred and sixty-eight participants were randomized equally into the experimental and control groups 84 in each group. The experimental group received the emotional intelligence development program that was developed based on the Bar-On model of the emotional intelligence factors of impulse control, along with the Kolb model of experiential learning, for a period of 4 weeks, while the control group was treated normally. The research instruments were: 1 the emotional intelligence development program; 2 a general information questionnaire; and 3 the Barratt Impulsiveness Scale BIS11 translated into Thai. General data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, comparing the average impulsive behavior scores in the experimental group before and after the program using dependent t-test, and comparing the average impulsive behavior scores after the program between the experimental group and the control group with independent t-test. Quick jump to page content.
White Matter Integrity Reductions in Intermittent Explosive Disorder
Although numerous neuroimaging studies have evaluated the characteristics of intermittent explosive disorder IED , studies on the structural alterations and focal dysfunction in the brain in this condition are limited. This study aimed to identify gray matter deficits and functional alterations in individuals with IED using voxel-based morphometry VBM and functional magnetic resonance imaging fMRI analyses. Fifteen men with IED and 15 age- and sex-matched healthy controls participated in this study.
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