Arantxa Duque

Arantxa Duque
Universidad Internacional Valenciana | VIU · Department of Psychology

Psychology degree

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March 2013 - December 2016
University of Valencia
Position
  • PhD Student

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Publications (25)
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Introduction While online consultations have shown promise to be a means for the effective delivery of high-quality mental healthcare and the first implementations of these digital therapeutic contacts go back nearly two decades, uptake has remained limited over the years. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically altered this relative stands...
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La Ciberpsicología es mencionada en un artículo en español en el año 1999 por Gordo-López, cuando ya tenía unos años de investigación y desarrollo en Estados Unidos (Suler, 1996). La Ciberpsicología estudia la relación entre las personas y el uso de la tecnología en nuestro día a día, su impacto en la conducta humana y su relación con inteligencia...
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The main alcohol consumption pattern in adolescence is binge drinking (BD), characterized by intermittent consumption of large quantities of alcohol in short periods of time. BD has serious biomedical consequences and it is a prominent risk factor for later development of alcohol use disorders. Animal models can be extremely valuable for studying t...
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In previous research, we found that chronic-intermittent ethanol administration (CIEA), a model of binge drinking, impaired emotional memory in mice, and this impairment was counteracted by the anti-inflammatory drug indomethacin. In the present study, we evaluated the effects of CIEA on spatial memory and cognitive flexibility in adolescent mice o...
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Las intervenciones en salud mental mediante videoconferencia han adquirido cada vez más relevancia. Sin embargo, el corpus científico parece aún poco desarrollado. Así, el objetivo de la presente revisión es recoger la evidencia disponible acerca de la utilización de la videoconferencia en la atención psicológica y psiquiátrica en el contexto hispa...
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Introduction While the general uptake of e-mental health interventions remained low over the past years, physical distancing and lockdown measures relating to the COVID-19 pandemic created a need and demand for online consultations in only a matter of weeks. Objective This study investigates the uptake of online consultations provided by mental he...
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BACKGROUND While the general uptake of e-mental health interventions remained low over the past years, physical distancing and quarantine measures relating to the COVID-19 pandemic created a need and demand for online consultations and telepsychology in only a matter of weeks. OBJECTIVE This study investigates the uptake of online consultations pr...
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The Binge Drinking (BD) pattern of alcohol consumption, prevalent in adolescents and young adults, has been associated with memory impairment. In addition, evidence shows that alcohol abuse causes neuroinflammation, which may contribute to the brain damage produced by alcohol and explain its cognitive consequences. In this study, we evaluated the e...
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Binge drinking (BD), characterized by intermittent consumption of large quantities of alcohol in short periods of time, is the main alcohol consumption pattern in adolescents and young adults. BD has serious biomedical consequences, and it is a prominent risk factor for later development of alcohol use disorders. Rodent models offer exceptional pow...
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The environmental enrichment (EE) paradigm has been evaluated as a means of counteracting some of the consequences of chronic stress in rodents as well as a model of protective environment against drug abuse development. In the present chapter, our main aim is to describe the models of EE and chronic social stress and how they can be applied jointl...
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The binge drinking (BD) pattern of alcohol consumption is prevalent during adolescence, a period characterized by critical changes to the structural and functional development of brain areas related with memory and cognition. There is considerable evidence of the cognitive dysfunctions caused by the neurotoxic effects of BD in the not-yet-adult bra...
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Extensive data highlight the existence of major differences in individuals’ susceptibility to stress [1, 2, 3, 4]. While genetic factors [5, 6] and exposure to early life stress [7, 8] are key components for such neurobehavioral diversity, intriguing observations revealed individual differences in response to stress in inbred mice [9, 10, 11, 12]....
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Aims: Binge drinking (BD) is characterized by intermittent consumption of large quantities of alcohol in short periods. This pattern of drinking is prevalent among adolescents, and has been associated with undermined learning and memory ability. This study investigates the relationships between a history of BD and the effects of acute exposure to...
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We have previously observed the impairing effects of chronic social defeat stress (CSDS) on emotional memory in mice. Given the relation between stress and inflammatory processes, we sought to study the effectiveness of the anti-inflammatory indomethacin in reversing the detrimental effects of CSDS on emotional memory in mice. The effects of CSDS a...
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Interaction ratios distribution. (TIFF)
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Novel object recognition data. (XLSX)
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We have previously observed impairing effects of social defeat stress (CSDS) on inhibitory avoidance (IA) in mice. Given the similarity between changes produced by social stress in animals and symptoms of certain human psychopathologies such as depression and anxiety, the effects of the antidepressant clomipramine on IA impairment produced by CSDS...
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In the present study, the effects of several degrees of CSDS (Chronic Social Defeat Stress) on emotional and spatial memory in mice were evaluated in separate experiments. Male CD1 mice were randomly assigned to four experimental groups (n=10-12) for each experiment: NS (non-stressed), S5, S10 and S20 (5, 10 and 20 sessions of CSDS, respectively)....

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Proyecto de investigación acerca de la atención a la salud mental por medios on-line en profesionales de habla hispana, en particular en el contexto de países iberoamericanos.
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How stress differently affects our brain and why some people are susceptible while other individuals are resilient to develop depression after stress exposure