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    • Efectividad de una Intervención Psicoeducativa en la Reducción de la Sobrecarga del Cuidador Informal del Paciente con Esquizofrenia (EDUCA-III-OSA) 

      González-Fraile, Eduardo (1); Bastida-Loinaz, María Teresa; Martín-Carrasco, Manuel; Domínguez-Panchón, Ana I; Iruin-Sanz, Álvaro; EDUCA-III-OSA, grupo (Psychosocial Intervention, 12/2018)
      Los familiares de pacientes con esquizofrenia o trastorno esquizoafectivo frecuentemente padecen consecuencias negativas derivadas de su labor como cuidadores. El objetivo del estudio EDUCA-III-OSA es evaluar la efectividad ...
    • Efficacy of a psychoeducational intervention in caregivers of people with intellectual disabilities: A randomized controlled trial (EDUCA-IV trial) 

      González-Fraile, Eduardo (1); Domínguez-Panchón, Ana I; Berzosa, Pilar (1); Costas-González, Ana B.; Garrido-Jiménez, Inmaculada; Rufino-Ventura, Dulce; López-Aparicio, José Ignacio; Martín-Carrasco, Manuel; the EDUCA-IV group (Research in Developmental Disabilities, 11/2019)
      Background: People with intellectual disabilities (ID) are usually cared for by their own parents, families or informal caregivers. Caring for a person with ID can have a negative impact on caregivers' mental health (burden, ...
    • Incertidumbre Laboral, Salud Mental y Apoyo Social en trabajadores pobres 

      Llosa, José Antonio (1); Agulló-Tomás, Esteban; Menéndez-Espina, Sara; Rodríguez-Suárez, Julio; Boada-Grau, Joan (Athenea Digital, 2020)
      Los trabajadores pobres son aquellos que, incluso trabajando, no logran salir de los umbrales de riesgo de pobreza marcados por organismos internacionales. Representa una situación creciente en Europa, especialmente relevante ...
    • Incertidumbre Laboral, Salud Mental y Apoyo Social en trabajadores pobres 

      Llosa, José Antonio (1); Agulló-Tomás, Esteban; Menéndez-Espina, Sara; Rodríguez-Suárez, Julio; Boada-Grau, Joan (03/2020)
      Los trabajadores pobres son aquellos que, incluso trabajando, no logran salir de los umbrales de riesgo de pobreza marcados por organismos internacionales. Representa una situación creciente en Europa, especialmente relevante ...
    • Job insecurity and mental health: the moderating role of coping strategies from a gender perspective 

      Menéndez-Espina, Sara; Llosa, José Antonio (1); Agulló-Tomás, Esteban; Rodríguez-Suárez, Julio; Sáiz-Villar, Rosana; Lahseras-Díez, Félix (Frontiers in Psychology, 18/02/2019)
      Job insecurity is a growing phenomenon, typical of an employment context characterised by high rates of temporary work and unemployment. Previous research has shown a direct relationship between job insecurity and mental ...
    • Lifetime Mental Health Problems in Adult Lower Secondary Education: A Student Survey 

      Aznárez-Sanado, Maite; Artuch-Garde, Raquel (1); Carrica-Ochoa, Sarah; García-Roda, Carlos; Arellano, Araceli; Ramírez-Castillo, David; Arrondo, Gonzalo (Frontiers in Psychology, 06/07/2020)
      Background/Objective: Adult Lower Secondary Education is an education program for basic qualifications for the labor market. Our study aimed to compare lifetime mental health problems between current Adult Lower Secondary ...
    • Psychological Health and Physical Activity Levels during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Systematic Review 

      Violant-Holz, Verónica; Gallego Jiménez, Gloria (1); González González, Carina S; Muñoz-Violant, Sarah; Rodríguez, Manuel José; Sansano-Nadal, Oriol; Guerra-Balic, Myriam (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 12/2020)
      The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has been devastating in all senses, particularly psychologically. Physical activity (PA) is known to aid psychological well-being, and it is worth investigating whether PA has ...
    • Sexting and mental health among a Spanish college sample: an exploratory analysis 

      Gasso, Aina M.; Mueller-Johnson, Katrin; Agustina, José R.; Montiel, Irene (1) (International Journal of Cyber Criminology, 01/07/2019)
      Recent research on sexting suggests it could be related to mental health, but so far studies have often used simple and not clinically validated measures of mental health. Specific aims of this study were: 1) to analyze ...
    • Sexting, Online Sexual Victimization, and Psychopathology Correlates by Sex: Depression, Anxiety, and Global Psychopathology 

      Gasso, Aina M.; Mueller-Johnson, Katrin; Montiel, Irene (1) (International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 01/02/2020)
      Recent research on sexting highlighted a relationship between this new technology-mediated behavior and psychopathology correlates, although up to date results are mixed, and so far, studies have often used simple and not ...
    • Web-Based Mindfulness Interventions for Mental Health Treatment: Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis 

      Sevilla-Llewellyn-Jones, Julia; Santesteban-Echarri, Olga (1); Pryor, Ingrid; Alvarez-Jimenez, Mario (Journal of Medical Internet Research, 09/2018)
      Background: Web-based mindfulness interventions are increasingly delivered through the internet to treat mental health conditions. Objective: The objective of this study was to determine the effectiveness of web-based ...