Giulio Perrotta

Giulio Perrotta
Università Politecnica delle Marche | Università degli Studi di Ancona · Department of Clinical and Specialist Sciences

Doctor of Psychology
Fields of investigation include clinical psychology, psychiatry, and neuroscience as applied to the microbiota

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September 2018 - July 2019
Trainee Psychologist
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  • Trainee Clinical and Educational Psychologist
January 2018 - March 2021
Psychologist
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  • Medical Professional
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  • Psychologist sp.ing Strategic Psychotherapy. Activities of theoretical and practical study, participation in conferences/courses/masters, editor of thematic essays, technical adviser on work and clinical psychology (profiles), prevention/diagnosis/psychological support activities for individual/family/group, research, and selection of personnel.
September 2017 - September 2018
Trainee Psychologist
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  • Trainee Clinical Psychologist
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January 2016 - June 2017
September 2011 - July 2013
September 2008 - July 2011
University of Florence
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Starting from the concept of "affective dependence", this work has shown that this nosography cannot be reduced to categorization in the list of behavioural dependencies, even if it has in common clinical and neurobiological aspects that could be misleading. In fact, the dependent manifestation is nothing more than a symptom that from time to time...
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p>Purpose: As a result of clinical findings it is necessary to make some changes to the previous model, the first version. The second version of the PICI model (Perrotta Integrative Clinical Interviews) improves the previous version by introducing some interpretative corrections, especially with regard to dysfunctional hyperactivation, unitary diag...
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Purpose: With regard to studies on sexual behaviours, this research proposes a series of updates to the previous edition in order to improve its administration; at the same time, a sample of the population is administered to test its reliability, usefulness and psychometric consistency. Methods: Clinical interview with administration of the “Perro...
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Starting from the models of James-Lange, Cannon-Bard, Watson, Darwin, Ekman, Cowen-Keltner, Schachter-Singer and Mandler, a new model on the subject of human emotions, the "Perrotta Human Emotions Model" (PHEM), was prepared, which would take into account the need to order and distinguish, in a clearer and more functional way, the following concept...
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p>Starting from the models proposed on the subject of defense mechanisms by Perry-Vaillant, Gleser-Ihilevich, Bond, Haan, Plutchik, Carver and Johnson-Gold, this research focuses attention on the need to respond to the need for a better structure than the current psychodynamic tools, in a functional framework, in terms of defense mechanisms, starti...
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Background and aims: Based on the concept of “cuckolding” and “troilism”, it was hypothesized that underlying this paraphilia is a counterphobic attitude that positively reinforced produces the establishment of behavioural addiction. The purpose of this study is to confirm this hypothesis. Materials and methods: Clinical interview, based on narrati...
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Background and aims: Starting from the concept of “affective addiction”, then reworked and critiqued according to a clinical key, it was hypothesized that it is not a behavioral addiction, as erroneously determined by modern psychiatry, but is a symptom of a well-identified personality disorder. The purpose of this research is to test the correctne...
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Acute heart failure (AHF) is a cardiac emergency with an increasing incidence, especially among elderly patients. The Emergency Heart failure Mortality Risk Grade (EHMRG) has been validated to assess the 7-days AHF mortality risk, suggesting the management of patients admitted to an emergency department (ED). EHMRG has never been implemented in Ita...
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Clinical publications on this morbid condition report as many as 16 different Nav1 7 channel substitutions. They also report more than 40 pharmacological treatments, including agents with sodium channel blocking but nonspecific activity (mexiletine, lidocaine, carbamazepine), anti-neuropathic drugs (gabapentinoids and antidepressants), antidepressa...
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Background and objectives: According to the PICI model, second edition, the personality disorders of the neurotic area are six (anxious, phobic, obsessive, somatic, avoidant, and manic) and the diagnosis of the psychopathological disorder is determined on the basis of the persistence of certain dysfunctional traits present in the personality framew...
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Celiac disease is an immune-mediated enteropathy, caused (in genetically predisposed or susceptible individuals) by the ingestion of gluten, the complex of water-insoluble proteins found in cereal grains such as wheat, rye and barley. In terms of terminology, it is the complex natural history and extremely polymorphous clinical presentation that ha...
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Ostomy patients are subject to signifi cant negative psychological impact, affecting their quality of life in all respects (physical, psychological, social, economic, and spiritual), especially if they are not properly constructed or if there are complications during the recovery phase. In the light of published research and studies, the main probl...
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The "port-site metastasis" represents a tumor recurrence that develops in the abdominal wall within the scar tissue of the insertion site of one or more trocars, after laparoscopic surgery, not associated with peritoneal carcinomatosis. This last aspect is central because in the literature some isolated cases are reported, but most cases are associ...
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p>Purpose: Starting from the classic definition of “alien abduction”, the present research, starting from the study published in 2020 on the proposed clinical classification of this particular phenomenon, is aimed at confirming the theoretical assumption of psychopathological origin. Methods: Clinical interview, based on narrative-anamnestic and...
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p>The spleen is an organ commonly injured in abdominal trauma of the upper left quadrant and until just under two decades the first choice was always splenectomy; however, based on new research and clinical experience, there is a tendency to preserve the spleen as much as possible, precisely because of its immune function and risk of infection. On...
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Purpose: This research addresses the topic of anxiety, phobic and obsessive disorders. In this research, the theme is addressed to the psychopathological investigation of personalities, according to the PICI-2TA model (Perrotta Integrative Clinical Interviews, version 2-TA), the PAD-Q (Perrotta Affective Dependency Questionnaire), the PSM (Perrotta...
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p>Purpose: Starting from the classic definition of “demonic possession” (as a psychophysical condition in which a person becomes the victim of a supernatural being of demonic origin), the present research, starting from the study published in 2019 on the proposed clinical classification of this particular phenomenon, is aimed at confirming the theo...
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Purpose: This research deals with the issue of dysfunctional personality traits in reference to affective dependency. In this research, the theme is aimed at the psychopathological investigation of personalities, according to the PICI-2 model and the PAD-Q, of all those subjects who with conscience and will complain of an emotional or sentimental r...
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p>Purpose: Starting from the psychopathological hypothesis of ‘Troilism’, just like ‘Cuckolding’, correctly framed (the latter) as a paraphilia, the present research aims to identify the clinical evidence capable of confirming the initial hypothesis, trying to identify the possible aetiological causes. For the purposes of this research, other possi...
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Purpose: Starting from the concept of "affective dependence" and its international nosographic framework, the Perrotta Affective Dependence Questionnaire (PAD-Q) aims to study the phenomenon of "affective dependence", defining it as a maladaptive model of the affective-sentimental relationship of a couple, which involves the establishment or persis...
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Purpose: The present research aims to find clinical evidence for the starting hypothesis: parental alienation is a form of psychological violence that is part of the adjustment disorder fuelled by dysfunctional parental conduct. Methods: Using the Perrotta Integrative Clinical Interview (PICI-1C, for children), a restricted and low sample of patie...
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Purpose: This research addresses the issue of personality profiles of subjects who, due to age and birth in the age of digitalisation and the internet, have been massively exposed to telematic content without extensive parental control. In this research, the subject is addressed to the psychopathological investigation of personalities, according to...
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The human intestinal Microbiota is considered the second brain, because of its implications and correlations in hundreds of functional and dysfunctional processes. Therefore, if knowing the Microbiome (and the Microbiota) is important from a neuroimmunological point of view, on the other hand, it is equally important to investigate the correlation...
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Purpose: As a result of clinical fi ndings it is necessary to make some changes to the previous model, the fi rst version. The second version of the PICI model (Perrotta Integrative Clinical Interviews) improves the previous version by introducing some interpretative corrections, especially with regard to dysfunctional hyperactivation, unitary diag...
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Purpose: The aim of this research is to detect any clinical evidence in patients on the basis of their sexual orientation choice. The starting hypothesis, taking into account the neurobiological and endocrinological data of the last twenty years on the subject of sexual orientation, is to demonstrate an increase in psychopathological indexation in...
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The human intestinal microbiota is considered "an organ within an organ", partially shrouded in mystery, as the issue related to the bacterial component but less the viral component and the other microorganisms present has been thoroughly investigated. To date, research has focused attention on the bacterial component and on the correlations betwee...
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Purpose: This research aims to identify any recurrent psychopathological profiles in individuals who abuse tattoos and that, for this reason, the tattoo itself could be the manifestation of a specific symptom. Methods: Clinical interview and administration of the MMPI-II and PICI-1. Results: The research on a population sample of 444 people has s...
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Purpose: In order to study in-depth the paraphiliac universe of the patient, avoiding diagnostic errors in terms of sexuality, sexual fantasies and disorders codified by the DSM-V, this research work focused on the importance of the exact identification of relevant sexual behaviours, in order to facilitate the relationship with the patient and the...
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The present work of analysis and research prepares, starting from the biological, clinical, socioeconomic and political analysis, an effective intervention plan to eradicate the pandemic problem and its direct and indirect consequences. Passing through the analysis of the therapies and treatments suggested and recommended in case of Covid-19 sympto...
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Purpose: Starting from the concept of 'polygamy', this research investigates the perception and motivations behind this relational choice by couples, distinguishing between various adaptive forms, including cuckolding and troilism. Methods: Clinical interview and administration of psychodiagnostic tests for personality disorders (PICI-1TA) and ind...
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p>Purpose: This research addresses the issue of the personality profiles of subjects who undertake the activity of luxury prostitution, understood as one or more acts aimed at offering sexual services in return for payment. In this research, the theme is aimed at the psychopathological investigation of the personalities, according to the PICI-1(TA)...
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p>Purpose: This research aims to reinforce the credibility of the PICI-1 psychodiagnostic instrument by making some corrections that are immediately evident in several clinical cases. Among all, the proposed case represents the clearest and most effective example. Methods: Clinical interview and administration of the MMPI-II, PICI-1 and PSM-1. Re...
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Starting from the strategic model, this research focuses on its critical aspects, to suggest a dynamic and structured model, called “decagonal model” to be applied in clinical practice and organised by actions (what), purpose (why), time/place (when/where) and modality (how). Framing the patient’s symptomatology in a specific nosographic framework...
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p>Consciousness, understood as the state of vigilance of the mind or the state of being conscious and present with respect to ourselves and the surrounding environment, allows us to interact at every level, unless there is a precise cause capable of interfering with and altering the functional state of our consciousness. This paper investigates the...
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With a population sample of 472 participants (240 males and 232 females), performing first a clinical interview, then the PICI-1TA and finally the MMPI-II, a comparison of 98.73% of the results were valid, while the remaining 1.27% seems to be attributable to circumstances that can be identified, such as the interpretative limits of the theoretical...
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Using the PICI-1, the following data emerged during the clinical interview: 1) The female population sample (F>M) is smaller and more diffi cult to find; moreover, the perception of one’s transsexuality, as well as the desire to change one’s gender occurs in 100% (40/40) of cases before the age of 36. 2) The sample of the male population (M>F) is m...
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This work focuses on the analysis of the general, clinical, neurobiological and therapeutic profiles of the disorder under examination, suggesting a particular attention to the elements that could make a difference in relation to healing or better management of symptoms, often aggravated by frequent comorbidities
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Purpose: Starting from the concept of “gender dysphoria”, this research aims to fi nd out if there is a correlation between GD and personality disorders. Methods: Having selected the population sample of 255 subjects, having the requirements of age between 18 and 72 years and a declaration of perceived transsexuality, in transition or final, and do...
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Starting from the general concept of behaviour disorder, in childhood, preschool and adolescence, in this work the descriptive boundaries of all diagnostic hypotheses are defined, with an orientation for clinical, neurobiological and therapeutic treatment, not leaving out the socio-cultural, educational and family contexts inherent to the growth of...
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The present work proposes the drafting of a questionnaire capable of investigating all the areas of clinical interest of individual human sexuality. By analysing the main psychosexual tests, we proceeded to draft a test that contains five sections: the first one is dedicated to personal and contact data; the second one is dedicated to sexual histor...
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Purpose: This research investigates the psychological implications arising from COVID-19-related pathological conditions and the possible relationship with previous pandemics. Methods: The selected population sample was 765 total Italian Covid positive symptomatic and asymptomatic patients, divided into the two categories (308 symptomatic and 457 a...
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Stress is an adaptive response of the organism to an event that can be both internal and external, interfering at the endocrine, humoral, organic and biological levels: If the person reacts with all his resources, in a constructive and functional way, then we speak of "eustress", responding in an adaptive and functional way; if, on the other hand,...
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Starting from the general concept of “personality”, this work dwells on the analysis of the different theories, to then expand the theme on practical, applicative, psychodynamic, and clinical profiles, proposing a revision of the classic and modern psychodynamic model, in an integrative key. Based on three specific corrective measures, we came to p...
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Starting from the general concept of “histrionic personality”, the present work focuses on the essential aspects of personality disorder that define the clinical and diagnostic contexts, laying the foundations for a correct differential diagnosis, without neglecting the neural characteristics developed by the scientific community. The discussion en...
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The psychotic spectrum is the category that groups together a series of disorders linked to symptomatology in which we witness the fragmentation of the plane of reality until it is completely broken. According to the DSM-V nosography, the disorders under examination are schizophrenia, delusional disorder, paranoid disorder, schizoid disorder, schi...
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Purpose: In order to study in depth the paraphiliac universe of the patient, avoiding diagnostic errors in terms of sexuality, sexual fantasies and disorders codified by the DSM-V, this research work focused on the importance of the exact identification of relevant sexual behaviours, in order to facilitate the relationship with the patient and the...
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Starting from the general concept of “personality”, this work dwells on the analysis of the different theories, to then expand the theme on practical, applicative, psychodynamic, and clinical profiles, proposing a revision of the classic and modern psychodynamic model, in an integrative key. Based on three specific corrective measures, we came to p...
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Starting from the general concept of personality, as elaborated in the previous research (which is substantially the first part of the work), the psychodiagnostic investigation model (now renamed PIM-1R) has been revised, elaborating a first version of the clinical interview for the analysis of personality disorders (Perrotta Integrative Clinical I...
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Starting from the general concept of affectivity, the present work focuses on the clinical, neurobiological, and dysfunctional aspects of the morbid condition, when dysfunction gradually becomes first an affective addiction and then a symptom of a psychopathological personality picture, thus suggesting a multidimensional treatment. From affective d...
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The concept of "Theory of Mind" (ToM) is defined as the cognitive ability to represent one's own and others' mental states, in terms of thoughts and beliefs, but also of desires, demands and feelings, so that one can explain and predict behaviour. In this work the theoretical profiles, the main reference models, the related neurobiological and clin...
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Starting from the general concept of Aphasia, the present work focuses on the clinical, neurobiological, and functional aspects of the morbid condition, suggesting a multidimensional treatment between physiotherapy, psychotherapy, and rehabilitation exercises for lost skills.
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Starting from the general concept of "narcissism", the present work focuses on the essential aspects of personality disorder that define the clinical and diagnostic contexts, laying the foundations for correct differential diagnosis, without neglecting the neural characteristics developed by the scientific community. A new classification of the nar...
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This work focuses on the theme of “dysfunctional sexual behaviours” and in particular on clinical, psychopathological, and anatomy physiological elements, to fully understand the different grades of the behavior under consideration: hypersexuality, persistent sexual arousal disorder, and sex addiction. The work is completed with an analysis of the...
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This work focuses on the issue of mistreatment in neonatal age in family contexts and in particular on socio-environmental and psychopathological elements. The fi rst part focused on the general profi les, highlighting, in particular, the defi ning contexts and the different types of implementation of the mistreatment, to focus more carefully on th...
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This work focuses on the study of neurobiological and functional profiles in terms of bisexuality, to carefully evaluate the direct correlation between anatomical and physiological elements and the choice of sexual preferences oriented on both sexes, hypothesizing any clinical profiles.
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Starting from the general concept of Agraphia, the present work focuses on the clinical, neurobiological, and functional aspects of the morbid condition, suggesting a multidimensional treatment between physiotherapy, psychotherapy, and rehabilitation exercises for lost skills.
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Recalling the concept of "epilepsy", already analyzed in a previous publication, this work focuses on the specific study of the best pharmacological treatments for the morbid condition under examination, paying attention to the clinical and prospective aspects of therapy, also in light of recent discoveries in the neuroinflammatory and neurogenetic...
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Accepting to face a path of psychotherapy is not in itself sufficient to achieve the goals set in the therapeutic agreement between patient and professional. The present work analyses the differences between "consciousness" (and knowledge) of one's dysfunctional state, "will" to achieve change and "awareness of change", passing through all the trap...
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Starting from the general concept of “borderline”, the present work focuses on the essential aspects of personality disorder that define the clinical and diagnostic contexts, laying the foundations for a correct differential diagnosis, without neglecting the neural characteristics developed by the scientific community. A new classification model of...
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The present work analyzes the clinical and psychopathological implications of hyperhistaminosis, starting from the general consideration that, despite the recent scarcity of research on the subject under examination, the correlation of hyperhistaminosis with different physical and psychic pathologies emerges and the direct relationship between body...
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p>Starting from the general concept of Apraxia, the present work focuses on the clinical, neurobiological, and functional aspects of the morbid condition, suggesting a multidimensional treatment between rehabilitation exercises for lost skills and psychotherapy.</p
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Starting from the concept of “cuckold” and having placed the substantial differences with the “troilism”, despite the terminological error committed by almost all the researchers who consider these two terms of synonyms, we proceeded to analyze the clinical, neurobiological and relational profiles, to then investigate the borderline forms of troili...
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p>This work focuses on the topic of pedophilia by reconstructing with a critical review all the main etiological theories proposed in the literature, focusing in particular on the clinical, psychological and neurobiological elements, to conclude that the multifactorial solution is the best possible proposal to account for clinical, psychological, a...
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p>This work focuses on the study of neurobiological profiles in terms of sexual orientation, in order to carefully evaluate the possible correlations between anatomical and physiological elements and sexual preferences, intended as a voluntary choice, position conditioned by biology or the environment, or by a set of factors. Neurobiological eviden...
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p>Starting from the general concept of “alien abduction experience”, the present work focuses on the essential aspects of the disorder defining the clinical and diagnostic contexts, laying the foundations for correct differential diagnosis, without neglecting the neural characteristics elaborated in the scientific community. The discussion conclude...
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Attachment is defi ned as a dynamic system of attitudes and behaviours that contribute to the formation of a specifi c bond between two people; a constraint whose roots can be traced in the primary relationships established between child and adult. In the psychological fi eld, the term is used to identify the relationships that are established with...
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Starting from the concept of suicidal risk, this work re-elaborates the main theories on the theme and related theme of mourning, proceeding with a complete examination of the possible differential diagnoses and of the neural correlates involved, up to the most suitable clinical strategies to avoid the event of death.
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Starting from the concept of suicidal risk, this work re-elaborates the main theories on the theme and related theme of mourning, proceeding with a complete examination of the possible differential diagnoses and of the neural correlates involved, up to the most suitable clinical strategies to avoid the event of death.
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Starting from the categorical definition of "pathological gambling disorder", we proceeded to list the individual characteristics, with particular attention to the statistical, clinical, neurobiological and therapeutic profiles, concluding the analysis of the possible strategies to be used to finalize the resolutions to the problems, arising from t...
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This work deals with the analysis of the theoretical and practical profiles of the strategic clinical model in psychotherapy, starting from the examination of the historical and evolutionary contents of this particular model, passing through the main theories and techniques used in the clinic.
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The definition of "psychological trauma", widely accepted by the scientific community, is undoubtedly the one provided by Janet's French psychodynamic school, which identifies it as one or more events that, due to their characteristics, can alter the subject's psychic system, threatening to fragment mental cohesion. This paper deals with a brief ov...
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The present work aims to investigate in a schematic and organized way all the main human mechanisms of psychological defense identified in the psychodynamic studies of world history, from Sigmund and Anna Freud to Perry, passing through Klein. The claim is therefore to offer the reader a reasoned analysis of the individual psychological mechanisms...
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The strategic theoretical model is mainly based on the patient's perceptive-reactive system and its functioning profiles, putting the typical nosographic descriptions of DSM-V in the background - in clinical practice. This methodological choice is aimed at favouring a more integrated and general approach, enhancing the particular individual compone...
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The strategic theoretical model is mainly based on the patient's perceptive-reactive system and its functioning profiles, putting the typical nosographic descriptions of DSM-V in the background-in clinical practice. This methodological choice is aimed at favouring a more integrated and general approach, enhancing the particular individual component...
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Starting from the categorical definition of "Internet Gaming Disorder" in young people and adolescent, we proceeded to list the individual characteristics, with particular attention to the statistical, clinical, neurobiological and therapeutic profiles, concluding the analysis of the possible strategies to be used to finalize the resolutions to the...
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Starting from the general concept of "bipolarity", the present work focuses on the essential aspects of the disorder defining the clinical and diagnostic contexts, laying the foundations for correct differential diagnosis, without neglecting the neural characteristics elaborated in the scientific community. The discussion concludes with the best th...
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Starting from the categorical definition of " behavioral addiction disorder", we proceeded to list the individual forms provided by the DSM-V, with a particular focus on historical, clinical, neurobiological and therapeutic profiles, concluding the analysis of the possible strategies to be used to finalize the resolutions to problems arising from t...
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Starting from the definition of "Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder" (ADHD), we proceeded to list the individual forms envisaged by the DSM-V, with a series of focus on clinical, neuropsychological and therapeutic profiles, concluding the analysis on the context resolution of the problems deriving from the disturbance in question
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In educational psychology, the specific disorders of learning and language probably represent the two most general categories among the subjects in the evolutionary phase under eighteen. Failure to diagnose leads to a high level of school exclusion and therefore, social marginalization, with an exponential danger of developing important latent psyc...
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Starting from the categorical definitions of “TIC disorder”, we proceeded to list the individual forms provided by the DSM-V, with a particular focus on clinical, neurobiological and therapeutic profiles, concluding the analysis of the possible strategies to be used to finalize the resolutions to problems arising from the disorder in question
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Starting from the figure of the Jewish-Christian and biblical ancient-testamentary God YHWH (Yahweh), now become the one and true God, omniscient and omnipresent, for Judaism and religions of Christian origin, through the manipulation of the "sacred" text and the historical facts narrated, the present study deals with the thorny question of the psy...
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Starting from the concept of "executive functions", we proceeded to describe the object under examination in a more complete and functional way, and their possible role in neuropsychology and developmental psychopathology. The use of statistical methods and clinical observation have allowed us to emphasize the understanding of the multicomponential...
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Starting from the concept of "executive functions", we proceeded to describe the object under examination in a more complete and functional way, and their possible role in neuropsychology and developmental psychopathology. The use of statistical methods and clinical observation have allowed us to emphasize the understanding of the multicomponential...
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Starting from the categorical definition of "behavioural addiction disorder", we proceeded to list the individual forms provided by the DSM-V, with a particular focus on historical, clinical, neurobiological and therapeutic profiles, concluding the analysis of the possible strategies to be used to finalize the resolutions to problems arising from t...
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Starting from the definition analysis of Alzheimer’s disease, we proceeded to study the clinical, psychological and socio-environmental context, to better analyze the intrinsic and extrinsic aspects of this chronic progressive neurodegenerative pathology. The present contribution focuses in particular on all the most significant elements, also from...
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Starting from the definition analysis of Parkinson's disorder, we proceeded to study the clinical, psychological and socio-environmental context, to better analyze the intrinsic and extrinsic aspects of this chronic progressive neurodegenerative pathology, placing emphasis also on secondary forms. The present contribution focuses in particular on a...
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Starting from the categorical definitions of "obsessive-compulsive disorder", we proceeded to list the individual forms provided by the DSM-V, with a particular focus on historical, clinical, neurobiological and therapeutic profiles, concluding the analysis of the possible strategies to be used to finalize the resolutions to problems arising from t...

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The "strategic laboratory" was created in order to bring together all the knowledge on strategic psychotherapy and to formulate a written text with didactic and popular contents, able to offer a historical, structural, functional and practical overview of the approach. The scientific handbook is currently being edited and will be published in Italian in 2022, while the English and Spanish versions will be released within 12 months from the release of the first text.
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This project is aimed at demonstrating the psychopathological nature of all polyamorous preferences, as adaptive modes to traumatic events up to truly normalized dysfunctionality.
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This project aims to study sexual orientations other than heterosexuality and gender dysphoria as a result of neuroscientific discoveries in order to analyze possible psychopathological hypotheses.