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Effects of Brain Attention Biofeedback Self-regulation Training Nursing Intervention on Attention, Multidimensional Impulsivity, Emotional Response Intensity, and Self-regulated Learning Ability of School-aged Children in the COVID-19 Pandemic Situation

Cho Y, Park W

Purpose: This study examined the brain attention biofeedback self-regulation training (BABST) effects on attention, multidimensional impulsivity, emotional response intensity, and self-regulated learning ability of school-aged children in the prolonged COVID-19...
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The Impact of Health Promotion Activities on the Physiological, Psychological, and Social Functions of Inpatients With Chronic Mental Illness

Lan YL, Ping LY, Su LW, Chen CC

Objective To explore the impact of the participation of patients with chronic mental illness in health promotion activities on their physical, psychological, and social functions. Methods This study included inpatient with...
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Effects of a Strength Coaching Program on Positive Psychological Capital, Coaching Leadership, and Organizational Commitment in Front-line Nursing Managers

Lee R, Kim M

Purpose: This study aimed to develop a strength coaching program and verify its effects on positive psychological capital, coaching leadership, and organizational commitment for front-line nurse managers. Methods: The participants...
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A Phenomenological Study on the Lived Experiences of Patients Recovered from COVID-19

Kim HS, Park JW

Purpose: This descriptive phenomenological study explored the lived experiences of patients recovering from Coronavirus Disease-2019 (COVID-19). Methods: Using a purposive sampling method, participants were recruited from the Korean Psychological Association’s...
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Efficacy of the Complementary and Alternative Therapies for the Management of Psychological Symptoms of Menopause: A Systematic Review of Randomized Controlled Trials

Mehrnoush V, Darsareh F, Roozbeh N, Ziraeie A

Menopause is not a high-risk period for psychiatric illness but can cause psychological issues; the most common of which are anxiety and depression, which can impair coping and reduce women’s...
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Development and Feasibility Test of a Mouth Contactless Breathing Exercise Solution Using Virtual Reality: ARandomized Crossover Trial

Kang J, Hong J, Lee YH

Purpose The purpose of this study was to develop a novel mouth contactless breathing exercise solution based on virtual reality (VR), and to test its feasibility. Methods We developed the Virtual Reality-based Breathing...
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Why Biological Psychiatry Hasn’t Delivered Yet – and Why Neurology Knows

Frisch S

It is increasingly recognized that neuroscience has not delivered the revolutionary clinical possibilities for psychiatry that had been promised. Explanations differ, however: some proponents emphasize the divide between biopsychosocial psychiatry...
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Critical Hazard Factors in the Risk Assessments of Industrial Robots: Causal Analysis and Case Studies

Lee K, Shin J, Lim JY

Background With the increasing demand for industrial robots and the “noncontact” trend, it is an appropriate point in time to examine whether risk assessments conducted for robot operations are performed effectively...
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Determinants of depression in non-cardiac chest pain patients: a cross sectional study

Roohafza H, Yavari N, Feizi A, Khani A, Saneian P, Bagherieh S, Sattar F, Sadeghi M

Background: Non-cardiac chest pain (NCCP) is a common patient complaint imposing great costs on the healthcare system. It is associated with psychological factors such as depression. The aim of the...
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Psychological Insulin Resistance: Key Factors and Intervention

Jang YJ

Insulin is a mainstay of treatment in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus to control blood sugar levels and reduce the risk of diabetes complications, but psychological insulin resistance can...
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COVID-19 Vaccine and Psychosocial Challenges

Kim DJ, Heo JY, Kim HS

It has been a year and half since the World Health Organization declared the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. As of July 23, 2021, more than 193 million people worldwide...
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Relationship Between the Exposure to Occupation-related Psychosocial and Physical Exertion and Upper Body Musculoskeletal Diseases in Hospital Nurses: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

Du J, Zhang L, Xu C, Qiao J

Purpose Nurses’ musculoskeletal diseases (MSDs) are worldwide prevalent and are considered to be a costly occupational injury. This study aims to investigate the relationship between exposure to occupation-related psychosocial factors, physical...
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Psychological Distress Associated with Patient-Reported Outcomes in Preoperative Patients with Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

Kitano T, Kawakami M, Ishimoto Y, Teraguchi M, Fukui D, Matsuoka T, Nakagawa Y

Study Design Cross-sectional study. Purpose The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of psychotic symptoms such as anxiety and fear in patients undergoing lumbar spinal canal stenosis. Overview of Literature Recently, patients...
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Influences of Job Stress and Positive Psychological Capital on Turnover Intention among Novice Nurses

Kwon S, Gang M

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to identify the factors influencing of job stress and positive psychological capital on turnover intention among novice nurses. Methods: A descriptive correlational study...
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An Integrative Literature Review on Psychological Intervention Research for Firefighters

Im M, Kwak M

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to find core components of psychological intervention for firefighters by integrative literature review. Methods: Whittemore and Knafl’s integrative review methods was used to synthesize...
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Psychological Resilience of Second-Pregnancy Women in China: A Cross-sectional Study of Influencing Factors

Jin X, Xu X, Qiu J, Xu Z, Sun L, Wang Z, Shan L

Purpose: The aim of the study was to evaluate the status of psychological resilience among women in their second pregnancy and to investigate the possible influencing factors. Methods: A total of...
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Effects of Positive Psychology-Based Program for the Depressed Pregnant Women

Shin HH, Shin YH

Purpose: This study examined the effects of a positive psychology-based program for depressed pregnant women. Methods: Of the 221 pregnant women who were screened, 24 were recruited from 4 local women’s...
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Psychosocial Experiences of Individuals with Type 1 Diabetes and Their Parents

Kim MY

Type 1 diabetes is a chronic disease that requires constant adaptation and management. Both individuals with type 1 diabetes and their parents can experience negative psychosocial effects, which can be...
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Factors Affecting Forgiveness of Wives of Alcoholics

Kim HK

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to explore the forgiveness of wives of alcoholics and examine factors contributing to their forgiveness. Methods: A total of 166 females selected through convenience...
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Psychological characteristics of adult neurofibromatosis type 1 patients seeking elective surgery

Min K, Hong DW, Kim EK, Lee BH

Background Neurofibromatosis type 1 (NF1) is an autosomal dominant genetic disorder involving the nervous system characterized by the development of neurofibromas throughout the body. Patients with NF1 are also known...
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