publication . Article . 2006

Effects of a humor-centered activity on disruptive behavior in patients in a general hospital psychiatric ward

Higueras, A.; Carretero-Dios, H.; Muñoz, J. P.; Idini, E.; Ortiz, A.; Rincón, F.; David Prieto-Merino; Rodríguez Del Águila, M. M.;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2006 Journal: International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology (issn: 1697-2600, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract
El objetivo de este estudio cuasi-experimental es analizar lo efectos de una actividad centrada en el humor sobre las conductas disruptivas de pacientes hospitalizados en un servicio de Psiquiatría. Se han comparado, teniendo en cuenta dos grupos homogéneos de pacientes hospitalizados en un servicio de Psiquiatría de hospital general (unidad de agudos), dos periodos temporales de 83 días cada uno, siendo el período 1 el de línea base, y el período 2, el de intervención. Para ambos periodos, se codificaron y registraron un total de diez conductas disruptivas. En los 83 días del periodo de intervención, y con una frecuencia de dos días semanales, dos actores profe...
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free text keywords: Psychology, BF1-990
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