Juliane P. de B. Gonçalves

Juliane P. de B. Gonçalves
University of São Paulo | USP · Institute of Psychiatry

Doctor of Medicine

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Objective: Religiosity and spirituality (R/S) have been negatively associated with several mental health problems, including delinquency. The study aimed to investigate the relationship between R/S and interpersonal violence using a systematic review. Methods: We carried out a descriptive systematic review followed by meta-analyses using seven d...
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Objectives Although previous studies have investigated the role of religiosity in violence outcomes, there is a lack of studies including this aspect as a mediator for violence in childhood and adulthood. This study aimed to investigate the relationship between religiosity and violence in childhood, as well as the possible mediating role of religio...
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Although there is a wide array of evidence showing the beneficial effect of religiosity on violence among adolescents, nationwide studies in the general population are scarce. This study aims to explore whether religiosity is associated or not with diminishing violence in a Brazilian population-based representative sample. This observational cross-...
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Introdução: O crescimento de pesquisas na área de saúde e espiritualidade/religiosidade (E/R) tem sido exponencial. Mais recentemente pode-se observar também um desenvolvimento de estudos sobre intervenção espiritual/religiosa (IER) como tratamento complementar em saúde, cujo objetivo é estimular essa dimensão para benefícios clínicos. Objetivo: Re...
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Since the end of twentieth century, a crescent number of studies have reported the influence of religiosity and spirituality on health. In view of this evidence, strategies have been proposed for stimulating this dimension in individuals, especially patients coping with diseases. However, only a few studies manage to apply careful and sound methodo...
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Objective To examine whether religious and spiritual interventions (RSIs) can promote physical health and quality of life in individuals. Methods The following databases were used to conduct a systematic review: PubMed, Scopus, Web of Science, EMBASE, PsycINFO, Cochrane, and Scielo. Randomized controlled trials that evaluated RSIs regarding physic...
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Background Although there is evidence of a relationship between religion/spirituality and mental health, it remains unclear how Brazilian psychiatrists deal with the religion/spirituality of their patients. Aims To explore whether Brazilian psychiatrists enquire about religion/spirituality in their practice and whether their own beliefs influence...
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Despite the extensive literature assessing associations between religiosity/spirituality and health, few studies have investigated the clinical applicability of this evidence. The purpose of this paper was to assess the impact of religious/spiritual interventions (RSI) through randomized clinical trials (RCTs). Method A systematic review was perfor...
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In order to deal with the suffering, a frequent strategy employed by patients is the use of religious beliefs and behaviors. Nevertheless, few studies in otorhinolaryngology have investigated this dimension. Therefore, the present study aims to investigate the role of religiousness on quality of life, mental health, self-esteem and appearance in 11...
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Biofield therapies are approaches that harness energy fields to influence the human body. These therapies encompass Reiki, Qigong, Therapeutic Touch, Johrei and Spiritist "passe", among others. The aim of this study was to evaluate bacterial growth in two groups of cultures subjected to biofield therapy (Spiritist "passe" and laying on of hands (LO...
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Significance has been attached to the pineal gland in numerous different cultures and beliefs. One religion that has advanced the role of the pineal gland is Spiritism. The objective of the present study was to compile information on the pineal gland drawing on the books of Francisco Cândido Xavier written through psychography and to carry out a cr...
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Functional Assessment of Chronic Illness Therapy-Spiritual Well-Being scale (FACIT-Sp 12) is one of the most used and most validated instruments for assessing spiritual well-being in the world. Some Brazilian studies have used this instrument without, however, assessing its psychometric properties. The present study aims to validate the Portuguese...

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