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Connie Capdevila-Brophy

Connie Capdevila-Brophy

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Este artículo revisa la evolución legislativa sobre los instrumentos a disposición del juez de familia para ayudar a las familias en situación de ruptura de pareja a reducir la conflictividad, desde la creación de los primeros juzgados de familia y los primeros equipos psicosociales hasta los puntos de encuentro familiar, la implementación de la me...
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Parenting coordination is emerging in numerous countries around the globe as a response to the need to protect children in families whose parents experience high conflict following their separation or divorce. This article describes the different trends in the implementation of parenting coordination programs in Canada, Spain, and Italy and the soc...
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La bibliografía sobre los divorcios de alta conflictividad ha producido un gran número de artículos que buscan conceptualizar las dinámicas que llevan a un niño o niña a estar triangulado en el conflicto de los adultos, aliado con uno de los progenitores y rechazando al otro. Menos atención se ha prestado en la literatura a las intervenciones para...
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Families facing separation or divorce in Spain encounter a number of obstacles, including a primarily adversarial and slow justice system, nonspecialized courts and judges, and a lack of resources to help them through the process. Recent legislation at the regional level (autonomous communities) is moving toward emphasizing shared parental responsi...
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En los últimos 25 años, la coordinación de parentalidad ha evolucionado para instaurarse como una intervención útil para familias en situación de alta conflictividad post-ruptura de pareja en EE. UU. y Canadá. Este artículo quiere ofrecer una introducción práctica de la coordinación de parentalidad. Tras revisar los conceptos de alta conflictividad...
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Objective: The authors investigate differences in the neuropsychological and behavioral profiles of two groups of children with ADHD, one with predominantly inattentive subtype of ADHD (PI) and high sluggish cognitive tempo (SCT; n = 19) and another formed by the rest of the sample (children with ADHD combined subtype and children with PI and low...
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The BRIEF-P is one of the most used instruments to measure Executive Function (EF). This report is aimed at showing the psychometric properties of the Catalan version of it. To do this, a random cluster sampling was carried out in Osona (Catalonia), recruiting 417 teachers and 408 parents of children aged 3 to 6 years. As with the original instrume...
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The current debate on the Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) subtypes focuses on determining whether the similarities and differences found between them support the evidence to conceptualize both subtypes as manifestations of different disorders. The objective of this ex post facto retrospective study is to investigate the differences...
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El debate actual sobre los subtipos de Trastorno de Déficit Atencional/ Hiperactividad (TDAH) se centra en determinar si las similitudes y diferencias halladas en la sintomatología asociada aportan evidencia para conceptualizar los subtipos como manifestaciones de distinto trastorno. El objetivo de este estudio retrospectivo ex post facto es invest...
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The attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is an heterogeneous entity with three accepted subtypes. This article reviews changes in the diagnostic criteria and controversies around the ADHD subtypes. We review the sluggish cognitive tempo, construct which has been associated with the ADHD predominantly inattentive subtype. We illustrate th...
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Recent studies suggest that the ADHD subtypes would be best conceptualized as separate clinical entities, based on their epidemiology, central and associate symptomatology. To determine the differences and similarities between subtypes in its associate symptomatology, specifically in the neuropsychological phenotype of executive dysfunction. A grou...

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